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 s
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.
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 t
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
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 g
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 the
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 s
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 t
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 Cramer
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
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 usin
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 f
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 distanc
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.
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 followin