MATH 1030 College Math
Explain Your Brain Problems
Instructions
Use the table below each of your assigned problems to write out each step needed to solve the problem along
with the calculations necessary to find the answer to your assigned problem.
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MATH 1030 College Math
Explain Your Brain Problems
Instructions
Use the table below each of your assigned problems to write out each step needed to solve the problem along
with the calculations necessary to find the answer to your assigned problem.
The C
MATH 1030 College Math
Explain Your Brain Problems
Instructions
Use the table below each of your assigned problems to write out each step needed to solve the problem along
with the calculations necessary to find the answer to your assigned problem.
The C
MATH 1030 College Math
Explain Your Brain Problems
Week 5
W5.1
A population of children in a state are divided into groups according to social class. A random sample is chosen
from each group. Which type of sampling does this represent?
a. Convenience sam
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Questions about this assignment? Post them in the Contact the instructor area under Course Home. That way. everyone in
the class will see and benet from the instructors response.
To prepare tor the Homework:
- Review the we
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MATH 1030: College Math
Week 4: Probability
"It hasn't rained on a Sunday for almost two months. The law of averages says we're due for rain today."
Do you recognize the faulty logic in this statement? "Th
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MyMathLab Media
' The following video and Power Point links pertain to specic sections of the course text. You may opt to view these videos
while working on your homework assignment rather than using the these links. As y
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. Do I answer all parts of the questions being asked?
Submit your Solutions DRAFT to this Discussion board.
Submit your Explain Your Brain Solutions DRAFT to this Group Discussion board. In the text of your Group Discussion
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You can continue to take sample tests to update your Show What I Need to Study list at any time.
To prepare for the quiz:
- Review the weekly Learning Resources contained in the course text. Thinking Mathematically. and the
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Learning Resources
Required Readings
Blitzer. R. (2011). Thinking mathematically (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River. NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.
To access the chapter listed below. please click on the MyMathLab link on the course
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As a group, you will use this area to discuss your thoughts and ideas regarding your assigned grobierns.
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MATH 1030: College Math
Week 3: Measurement and Geometry
You may be surprised about how often you encounter geometry in your life. When you'r
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- Expand on your colleague's posting.
Return to this Discussion in a few days to read the responses to your initial posting. Note what you have learned and/or
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Learning Resources
Required Readings
Blitzer. R. (2011). Thinking mathematically (5th ed ). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall
To access the chap
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This week you outlined steps to solve a geometric problem and calculated perimeter. circumferen
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Learning Resources
Required Readings
Blitzer. R (2011) Thinking mathematically (5th ed). Upper Saddle River. NJ: Pearson Prentice Hail
To access the chapter listed below. please click on the MyMathLab link o
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MATH 1030: College Math
Week 2: Critical Thinking and Logic
Do you believe everything you hear. read. or see? When evaluating the world around us it is important to think critically and
use
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By Day 4
Respond to your teammates.
Read and respond to at least two of your group members' draft solutions. addressing any difculties they may have had and
providing help with completing their problem as co
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The assignment:
0 Click on the MyMathLab link on the course navigation menu and select the MyLabsPlus Bridge link.
- Then. click the Week 2 tab and then click on Homework.
. Next. click on the Week 2 Homewor
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Discussion: Explain Your Brain Assignment and Group
Discussion
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Optional Resources
The following video and Power Point links pertain to specic sections of the course text You may opt to view these videos
while working on your homework assignment rather than using the the
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To take the graded quiz:
- Click on the MyMathLab link on the course navigation menu and select the MyLabsPlus Bridge link.
- Click the Week 2 tab and then the Content Review Quiz link. Next, click the Week
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Week 1: Critical Thinking and Set Theory
You have opportunities on a daily basis to apply mathematical reasoning. Whether it's choosing the most efcient order in
which to run errand