W2.1
Combine the three simple statements below in a compound sentence of the form
( p ~ q) r
.
That is, provide a written statement in which you translate this symbolic statement to English.
p: the heat is solar generated
q: the car is run by electric pow
W5.1
A person collecting data stands in the food court of the mall asking people who walk by to fill out a survey.
Which type of sampling does this represent?
a. Convenience sampling
b. Stratified sampling
c. Systematic sampling
d. Cluster sampling
Calcul
W1.1
Determine if the collection is not well defined or not. Explain your answer.
The top five best-selling car models in 2011.
1
2
Calculations
The top five best-selling car models in
2011.
Yes It is well defined
Explanations
Copy the problem or write ou
W4.1
A password to a computer account is to consist of 2 lower-case letters followed by four digits. How many
different passwords are possible if repetition of letters and numbers is not permitted. (Fundamental
Counting Principle)
1
2
Calculations
A passw
W3.1
Convert the given measurement to the unit indicated. Round to the nearest hundredth.
15in. to cm
Calculations
Explanations
Copy the problem or write out important information.
1
2
15in converted to cm then rounded to the
nearest hundredth
2.54 = 1in
This week in class, we read The Open Window and Aint I a Women. We then
viewed/listened to both stories. This gave me a different perspective of the stories. The
purpose was to see if the multiple perspectives increase or decrease our level of
understandi
Dear Parents,
This year I will be incorporating Writers Workshop for an hour each days.
Writers workshop will allow students to develop writing skills and begin to love the idea
of writing. I will incorporate literature of different content areas in our w
Malia is a pretty brown haired girl who always have enjoyed school. Then one
year, her whole world turns upside down. Her parents decided they are getting divorced
and her mom decides to move across country. One day, her mom loads her and her big
brother
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
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
Topic: High School GPAs Affect on Math and Verbal SAT Scores
(LR-1) Purpose: To analyze if a persons high school gpa has an affect on their combined math
and science SAT scores. Data: The statistical GPA and SAT scores were retrieved from
http:/www.stats4
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FINAL PROJECT PART III
Final Project: Part III
Catonnya Riley
Professor Monette Elizalde
Walden University
Math 1025
January 6, 2017
2
FINAL PROJECT PART III
Most of the time when thinking about math, it is usually not thought of in my everyday life.
Wh
THE CHANGE IN SOCIETY
1
Exploration Activity: The Change in Society
Catonnya Riley
Professor Monette Elizalde
Walden University
Math 1025
November 30, 2016
THE CHANGE IN SOCIETY
2
While deciding the topic that was most important to me, was harder than exp
Porsha Reid
Week 4 EYB
Instructor: keva Yarbrough
11/7/16
W4.2
Determine whether the following problem involves a permutation or combination. (It is not necessary to
solve the problem.) Explain why you chose your answer.
A password can be formed from four
Porsha Reid
10/17/16
Week 1 Discussion group b
W1.1
Determine if the collection is not well defined or not. Explain your answer.
The 10 best-selling movies on DVD of all time.
Calculations
1
2
Explanations
Copy the problem or write out important informati
Porsha Reid
EYB Week5
Math 1030
Instructor: Keva Yarbrough
11/7/16
W5.3
For the following set of numbers, find the median.
4, 6, 10, 12, 10, 9, 365, 40, 37, 8
Calculations
1
2
Explanations
4,6,10,12,10,9,365,40,37,8
Find the median
4,6,8,9,10,10,12,37,40,
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
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
For this weeks discussion I am focusing to study on the U.S. economy and how a personal
financial strategies help economy and how economic decision affects its citizens. There are
numerous factors that affect the economy of the US. Personal, corporate, an
The development of this thinking is key to the development of mathematical
intelligence and is essential for the welfare of children and their development, as this type
of intelligence goes far beyond the numerical capabilities, provides important benefit
W3.1
Convert the given measurement to the unit indicated. Round to the nearest
hundredth.
37cm to in.
1
Calculations
Convert the given measurement to
the unit indicated. Round to the
nearest hundredth.
37cm to in
1in=2.54 cm
2
3
1
Firstly we need to conve
Running header: Reflection Paper
1
Final Exam: Reflection Paper
William Snell
MATH-1030-2
Keva Yarbrough
10/02/2016
2
Reflection Paper
Reflection Paper
The development of this thinking is key to the development of mathematical intelligence
and is essentia
In real world, geometry has a lot of practical uses, from the most basic to the most advanced
phenomena in life. Even the very basic concept of area can be a utilized in big way in our day to
day business.
For example, space is a huge issue when planning
W4.1
There are 5 performers who will present their comedy acts this weekend at a comedy club. One of the
performers insists on being the first stand-up comic of the evening. If this performers request is granted,
how many different ways are there to sched
W5.2
A professor had students keep track of their social interactions for a week. The number of social
interactions over the week is shown in the following grouped frequency distribution. How many students
had at least 60 social interactions for the week?
Week 5 Group EYB Final Submission
Week Number: 5 Problem Number: 1
Suppose that you have $12,000 to invest over a 4-year period. There are two accounts to choose from:
4% compounded monthly or 3.7% compounded continuously.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Write the formula fo