Week 8 Discussion-Exploring Graphs
Let's review the different types of graphs studied this week.
Respond to the following questions:
1. Why is a graph helpful when trying to share information? What information can more
easily be conveyed with a graph as o
Week 1 Discussion-Integers and Operations
Part 1 - The first part of this discussion is an introduction. Please tell us a bit about yourself
before moving on to respond to the discussion topic. Knowing your classmates will enrich your
discussions and enha
Week 7 Discussion-Geometry and
Measurements
Since globalization is a major part of business today and people travel and explore other parts of
the world much more than they used to, based on what you have learned this week, respond to
the following questi
Week 5 Discussion-Revising Concepts
Mid-term Review Lecture
On the basis of the lessons learned in the past four weeks, answer the questions below.
Respond to the following questions.
I.
II.
III.
What has been the most difficult concept for you to master
Week 4 Discussion-Exploring Algebra
We have discussed and learned about equations this week, and it is time to test your
understanding. Let us have a fun and exciting discussion regarding this week's lesson.
Based on your research and readings this week,
Week 3 Discussion-Fun with Decimals
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Explain the difference between the "hundreds place" and the "hundredths place." Which
one represents a larger value?
Who of the following is correct and why? Would you have made any of these errors?
a.
Sarah
Week 10 Discussion-Preparing for the Final
Exam
You must have a plan in place to prepare for the final. Let us discuss your plan.
Share your strategy to prepare for the final exam.
What were the three most challenging concepts for you to grasp, and how di
Week 6 Discussion-Ratio and Proportion
Let us discuss the important points you learned this week regarding rates, ratios, proportions, and
probability.
Respond to the following questions:
1. Explain the difference between a ratio and a rate. What makes a
Week 9 Discussion-Linear Equations
Let us discuss the important points regarding slopes and graphing you learned this week.
Respond to the following questions:
1. Identify each part of the slope-intercept form of an equation and give an example.
Different
Week 2 Discussion-Improper Fractions
Please read Chapter 4, view each relevant video, and post your response to each prompt.
Respond to the following questions.
I.
Write the steps for converting an improper fraction to a mixed number. Include a numeric
ex
Week 2
College Mathematics Week Two
Introduction
Fractions are part of everyones life, both personal and professional. We are using fractions when we talk
about 1/4 of a pizza, 1/2 of a dollar, or 1/3 cup of sugar.
Fractions can be classified as proper fr
Week 3
College Mathematics Week Three
Introduction
Like whole numbers and fractions, decimals are also part of our everyday life. They are used in our day-today monetary transactions, such as buying groceries, clothes, and furniture. Therefore, this week,
Week 1
College Mathematics Week One
Introduction
This week provides a review of place value system, whole numbers, and signed numbers. It also includes
arithmetic operations of whole numbers and signed numbers. In addition, you will learn to solve numeric
I: Write the steps for converting an improper fraction to a mixed number. Include a numeric example
along with your written steps. Also, show how you would check your answer to see if it is correct.
Example 36/8
8 is divided into 36 - 4 times with a remai
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The function increases without bound to the right, and decreases without bound to the left.
As x -, f(x) -.
As x , f(x) .
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(x+3)(x+2)(x+1)= x3+6 x2+11x+6
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f(x) = 3x5 9x4 + 5x3 4x2 + x 3
since f(x) is a 5th degre