Assignment 3: Biotechnology Applications
Biotechnology Applications
Latacha Hendrix
SCI215 A02
June 28, 2017
Dr. James Lilly
Assignment 3: Biotechnology Applications
Biotechnology is defined as exploiting an organism or biological process in order to
prod
Analysis of Credit Card Debt
Latacha Hendrix
MAT109 A01
June 15, 2017
Krsita Collins Hines
Most credit cards require an individual to pay a minimum monthly payment of two
percent of the credit balance. Based upon a balance of $5,720.00 if the percentage r
The two scenarios that I have picked are the first (2). The first one is, you are writing up
your weekly responses for your COM106 course and want to respond to a classmate who
discusses the need to use social media in a job search. You are not familiar w
Personal Expenses
First Quarter
Bills
Car Gas
Groceries
Food
Peronal Hygienes
Savings Account
Life Insurance
Clothing
TOTAL
JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH Total in US Dollars
$800
$950
$750 $
2,500.00
$100
$250
$132 $
482.00
$500
$1,500
$645 $
2,645.00
$740
$820
KINGDOM OF TONGA
By: Makanani Auau
Com 106
Argosy University
Table of Contents
Location and Geography
Island of Tonga
Food
Travel Budget
Location and Geography
Has 4 major Islands: 1) Tongatapu,
2)Ha`apai 3)Vava`u and 4) Niua
Population was about 97, 7
Emily Carlson
M3A1
Discussion
1. I
started out
by finding
the inverse
of the
function
(steps
explained in
the picture).
I then solved
for y to help
me find the
intercepts
for the
graph. I
found the
intercepts
for the
inverse
function and the original func
6.1 Problem 40
Solve using the elimination method. Also determine whether each system is consistent or inconsistent and whether the equations are dependent or independent.
Simplify both equations
multiply the second equation by 7
add the equations
+
solv
Exercise Set
Problem # 40
X =3 and Y =1
To solve this problem, you need to remove everything that is outside of
the equation to inside in order to solve the X and Y 14 and 2x. The first
equation when you remove 14 to inside you will get 7x7y14=0. The
se
6.1 Exercise Set #40
Solve using the elimination method. Also determine whether each system is consistent
or inconsistent and whether the equations are dependent or independent.
7(xy)=14 Factor
2x=y+5
Place x and y on the same side
7x7y=14
2xy=5
Multip
[M4A1 Working with Algebra Discussion
1. 6.1 EXERCISE SET, PROBLEM #40
Solve using the elimination method. Also determine whether each system is consistent or
inconsistent and whether the equations are dependent or independent.
Simplify both equations
Mul
M4A1
To solve this problem by
elimination, I first put
both of the equations
into Ax+By=C form. The I
multiplied the second
equation by 7 in order
to eliminate y. Then I
solved for x. Once I got a
number for x I placed
that number into one of
the origina
Module 4 Assignment 1 Discussion Board
Michael Underwood
Argosy University
MAT107
March 10, 2017
Section 6.1 Problem 40
Simplify the left side and apply the distributive property.
Move y to the left side of the equation.
Multiply each equation by the valu
Running head: THE APPORTIONMENT
1
The Apportionment Problem
General Education Mathematics
Amanda Naia
Argosy University
THE APPORTIONMENT PROBLEM
2
When it comes to the House of Representatives, how each state determines the amount of
people is always det
Running head: CREDIT CARD DEBT ANALYSIS
Credit Card Debt Analysis
MAT109
Amanda Naia
Argosy University
1
CREDIT CARD DEBT ANALYSIS
2
Ever wonder why it takes so long to pay off credit card debt? APR or Annual Percentage
Rate is the answer and it is also t
Consumer debt is different today from in the past in terms of currency that was used. In
the past, there was a constant exchange of goods. In the 2008 financial crisis, the Fed has made
monthly bond purchases to keep rates particularly low and support con
For this assignment, the 5 cities I chose are: Atlantic City, New Jersey; Baltimore,
Maryland; New Orleans, Louisiana; Cleveland, Ohio; and San Diego, California with the trip
ending back in Atlantic City, New Jersey on a 5,000dollar budget and a 12day
In fair share scenarios, we expect that each participant is to receive equal proportions of
what is being divided; that is fair division. In this given scenario, each participant unseals
different values of estimates for the frog collection. Abraham, Bobb
New Jersey
P= Population of New Jersey 2016 (8,944,469)
R= Annual growth rate in New Jersey (1.89% 0.0189)
N= Projected population growth in 10 years (20162026)
New Jersey population in 10 years
=8,944,469(1 + 0.0189) ^10
=8,944,469(1.0189) ^10
=10,786,2
Hello class! My name is Amanda Naia. I am 24 years old and live in a little town near Seaside Heights,
New Jersey. I currently work at Advance Auto Parts as a parts pro. I love my job, its like being at home
and the fact that working on cars is one of my
My example for this assignment is to continue the following numerical sequences. Copy
the problem and fill in the next three blanks in each part.
4, 7, 10, 13, _, _, _.
19, 20, 22, 25, 29, _, _, _.
2, 6, 18, 54, _, _, _.
First thing is to understand the p
o
11.1 Exercise Set
o 19.
6(5x + 2)
(6)(5x+2)
(6)(5x)+(6)(2)
= 30x+12
o
11.2 Exercise Set
o 39.
7.4 = x + 2.3
Flip the equation.
x+2.3 = 7.4
Subtract 2.3 from both sides.
x+2.32.3 = 7.42.3
x=5.1
o
11.3 Exercise Set
o 16.
7x = 56
Divide both sides by 7.

o 6.2 Exercise Set
8. 9/10
9 / 10 = .9 * 100 = 90%
o 6.3 Exercise Set
29. 70% of what is 14?
70/100 of 14/x = 14*100 = 1400/70 = 20
o 6.5 Exercise Set
29. Car Depreciation. A car generally depreciates 25% of its original value in the first year. A
car is