MA1210:Week2Lab
Factorizing Polynomials and Solving Rational Expressions
Answer the following questions and show all your calculations. There are
different methods for factoring. All methods involve some sort of trial and
error. Thats why it is always imp
MA1210:Week4Lab
Quadratic Equations and Linear Inequalities
This lab requires you to:
Identify and use the quadratic formula to solve a quadratic equation.
Solve an equation that is quadratic in form.
Write a linear inequality and solve it for a given con
MA1210:Week1Lab
Exponents, Scientific Notation, and Radicals
1.
Order of operations:
Solve using the order of operations. Be sure to show each step to receive full
credit.
(16 2) 4 3 + 82 =29
Reduce the expression (-16/2) by removing a factor of 2 from th
To find the inverse of the function, interchange the variables and solve for.
Since is on the right-hand side of the equation, switch the sides so it is on the left-hand side of
the equation.
Multiply each term in the equation by 9.
Simplify the left-hand
Write a formula to model the cars value, where y is the value of the car and x is the
number of years. Y= 20000-2800x
a.
Find the value of the car algebraically after five years. Does this
match the graph above?$6000 and yes
b.
What is an appropriate labe
NT1210: Network Media
Most network administrators work with limited budgets, a litany of user requests, and somewhat
unrealistic expectations from upper management. They need to know what requests they can
accommodate and at what cost.
In this project you
MA1210:Week2Lab
Factorizing Polynomials and Solving Rational Expressions
Answer the following questions and show all your calculations. There are
different methods for factoring. All methods involve some sort of trial and
error. Thats why it is always imp
MA1210:Week1Lab
Exponents, Scientific Notation, and Radicals
1.
Order of operations:
Solve using the order of operations. Be sure to show each step to receive full
credit.
(16 2) 4 3 + 82 =29
Reduce the expression (-16/2) by removing a factor of 2 from th
MA1210:Week10Lab
Matrix Solutions, Determinants, and Cramers Rule
This lab requires you to:
Solve a matrix using back-substitution.
Find the determinant of a matrix.
Solve a linear system using Cramers rule.
Answer a short question on Gaussian elimination
MA1210:Week9Lab
Systems of Nonlinear Equations and Inequalities
This lab requires you to:
Solve a nonlinear system of equations using the addition method.
Solve a system of inequalities that describes a real-life application.
Complete review problems on l
MA1210:Week8Lab1
Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables
This lab requires you to:
Solve a linear system using either the addition method or the substitution
method.
Solve a business problem using the system of linear equations.
Complete review probl
MA1210:Week5Lab
Functions: Their Graphs, Slopes, and Transformations
This lab requires you to:
Define functions.
Identify the test for determining whether a graph is a function.
Evaluate a piecewise function for given parameters.
Determine the slope of a
MA1210:Week6Lab
Composite and Inverse Functions, Distance, Midpoint, and Circles
This lab requires you to:
Combine functions.
Form a composite function.
Find the inverse of functions.
Find the distance using the distance formula in a real-life problem.
Fi
MA1210:Week7Lab
Quadratic Functions, Dividing Polynomials, and Zeros of Polynomials
This lab requires you to:
Find the maximum area of a field that can be fenced given the limited
quantity of fencing.
Use synthetic division to find zeros of a polynomial.
MA1210:Week8Lab2
Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables
This lab requires you to:
Solve a linear equation in three variables.
Apply the method to solve a real-life example.
Answer the following questions to complete this lab. Show all of your work