My first step was to write out the problem as I read it: 51 = 2(x) + 2(5.9x) I put the 5.9 multiplied by x
because the length is 5.9 times longer than x.
Next I solved it further: 51 = 2x+ 11.8x
Since
To solve this equation I need to figure out the area of the grey shaded area minus the white area. The
area equation for the grey part would be a= 6y (14y-5)
Then for the white sections a= 3y (3y+15)
First I needed to find the equation of the graph to discover my slope
I used two points from the graph (0, 20000) and (5, 10000)
I then used the slope equation of m= y1-y2/x1-x2
M= 10000-20000/5-0 sub
I need to make two equations to represent the two days that tickets were sold.
She sold four adult tickets and two childrens tickets for $80 so the equation would be 4x+2y=80
For day two she sold five
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Authors full name:
Article title:
One sentence
identifying the
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The Bionic Man
The article discusses Hugh Herr and his develo
MAT1222 - Algebra
Module 05 Written Assignment
Instructions: Complete the problem given below. You need to show ALL of your work and steps. You will
also need to explain in English how you solved it a
MAT1222 - Algebra
Module 03 Written Assignment
Instructions: Complete the problem given below. You need to show ALL of your work and steps. You will
also need to explain in English how you solved it a
Module 04 Written Assignment: Polynomials
First we need to find the area of the shaded figure.
14y-5(6y)
Use distributive property to distribute terms
14y(6y) 5(6y)
Multiply terms
84y^2 30y
Area of sh
Module 05 Written Assignment: Factoring
The volume of a rectangular prism is given by the formula
(lengthwidthheight). What are the
length, width, and height of the prism if the volume is
? Your answe
Module 1 Written Assignment Solving Equations
In order to solve this equation we must first find the width of the rectangle. Since we know that
the length of the rectangle is 5.9 times longer that the
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Learning and Cognitive Theories
Hannah Jones
Rasmussen College
Author Note
This paper is being submitted on November 15, 2016, for Kristin Hollingsworth
Running head: HUMAN GENOME PROJECT
Module 3 Written Assignment:
The Human Genome Project & Chromosome Abnormality
Hannah Jones
Rasmussen College
Author Note
This paper is being submitted on January 22
P= 2W+2L
L is 5.9 > width
Step 1: Substitute 51 for P
51= 2W+2L
Step 2: We also know L = w + 5.9, so use this is place of L
51= 2W + 2(w+5.9)
Step 3: Now we can distribute 2.
51= 2w + 2w + 11.8
Step 4
Stephanie Jones
Module 3 Written Assignment:
The circus is coming to town and Sue is selling tickets. The first day she sold 4 senior citizen tickets and 2
children's tickets for a total of $80. The s
Module 4: Written Assignment
I started by building my equations. I first looked at the grey rectangle to get
the width and length which I got 6y, 14y-5. So I made my first equation.
6y(14y-5)
I then g
Domain and Range
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Define domain and range.
Identify the domain and range for relations described with words, symbols, tables, sets of
ordered pairs, and graphs.
Introduction
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Running head: ALGEBRA
ALGEBRA
Joel Kilgore
Rasmussen College
Author Note
This paper is being submitted November 4, 2016 for Chad Worrels
MAT1222 Section 1 Algebra course.
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The volume of a rectangular
Running head: ALGEBRA
ALGEBRA
Joel Kilgore
Rasmussen College
Author Note
This paper is being submitted October 25, 2016 for Chad Worrels
MAT1222 Section 1 Algebra course.
1
Mod 4Written
Write a polyno
Running head: ALGEBRA
ALGEBRA
Joel Kilgore
Rasmussen College
Author Note
This paper is being submitted October 23, 2016 for Chad Worrels
MAT1222 Section 1 Algebra course.
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The circus is coming to tow
Running head: ALGEBRA
ALGEBRA
Joel Kilgore
Rasmussen College
Author Note
This paper is being submitted October 25, 2016 for Chad Worrels
MAT1222 Section 1 Algebra course.
1
Mod 4Written
Write a polyno
Running head: ALGEBRA
ALGEBRA
Joel Kilgore
Rasmussen College
Author Note
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MAT1222 Section 1 Algebra course.
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Mod 2 Written
Looking at th
Ranetta M. Smith
MAT1222 - Algebra
Module 03 Written Assignment
Introduction
Restate your problem here including the graph.
State what the x and y axis stand for in the graph.
Question #1
Answer in co
Radicals (Horizon)
If you are looking at the horizon, you can determine the distance you are from the horizon in
miles, D, from a height, h, in feet by the equation of D = 1.2 square root h.
If you ar
y=35,000+0.45x
In this equation Toms base salary is 35,000. The percent Tom earns is 45% because 0.45
is equal to 45%. Tom would be able to use this same equation next year if his commission
percentag
Explaining Absolute Values
When evaluating the expression I begin with the equation 3x-16 within the absolute value
symbols. I do this because we cannot multiply across the absolute value sign. The 2
Car Value Depreciation
For the graph shown, we were given variables V and Y. V standing for the value of the car and Y
to represent the year since purchased. We need to find out how much will the car
System of Equations
4 senior tickets + 2 children tickets = $80
5 senior tickets + 7 children tickets = $145
How much is the cost of a single senior ticket?
How much is the cost of single child ticket
Ranetta M. Smith
MAT1222 - Algebra
Module 03 Written Assignment
Introduction
Jane takes a job at the local Marcys department store. Her Job
pays $8.00 and hour. The graph shows how much Jane earns for
Ranetta Smith
MAT1222 - Algebra
Module 09 Written Assignment
Introduction
The volume of the rectangular prism is given by the formula v=lwh
where l= length, w= width, and h = height. What are the expr
Written assignment- Future sales
Step 1- The first thing I did was to find the rate of change in the
car value. In a graph like this the rate of change is the slope. In
order to that, I looked at the