Estimation Problem 2
First, I looked up on google maps the distance from Le Moyne College to the Rockefeller Plaza.
The closes route it gave me was the I-81 south, which is approximately 251 miles. This route is
made for cars; therefore, the amo
Estimation Problem #3
To estimate the amount of soda that will be consumed from the 8th-24th of February, I found the
hours of the Le Moyne dinning hours. On Monday-Friday Breakfast serves from 7:45am10:30am, Lunch serves from 11:00am-2:30pm, an
First I substituted each category with a variable (young=x, balanced=y, mentoring=z).
Then I made three equations based off of the information that was given.
Second I used the numbers from the equations I made to come up with a coeffi
Math 120 Critical #2
First, I substituted the food with variables. X for the number of hot dogs, Y for the number of
bacon cheese burger, and Z for the number of chips and dip platter.
Secondly, I made two different equations from the information that
First, I made a matrix with the numbers of items needed for each agriculture, textile,
manufacturing and shipping.
With the equation D=(I-A)X , to find the amount of production needed, I found (I-A) by
subtracting the matrix I made from th
Math 120 Critical #1
First, I substituted the objects with variables. X for the number of widgets, Y for the number of
gidgets, and Z for the number of sprockets.
Secondly, I made two different equations from the information given. The first equation
First I made an objective equation with the last sentence in the problem; making X1:Basic Set,
X2:Regular Set, and X3:Deluxe Set. Then, I made three inequalities from the information given.
For example, the first inequality was for the amo
September 20, 2013
The objective of the murders in both Killings by Andrew Dubus and A
Rose for Emily by William Faulkner dealt with the concept of love. Ironically,
both of these stories start off at a funeral and ar
Math (MTH) 1
MTH007. Intermediate Algebra. 0 Credit Hours.
A non-credit, pre-college course in intermediate algebra stressing
graphing and equation solving, algebraic manipulation, laws of exponents
functions, and logarithms.