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Homework 4
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 4 Section 2.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. The Bata Aerobics Company manufactures two models of steppers used for aerobics exercises. To manufacture each luxury model requires 20 lb of plastic and 9 min of labor. T

Homework 2
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.5b(2nd Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C

Homework 14 Due Oct 17
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 14 Section 5.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. In a survey of 480 students, 253 indicated that play the piano, 268 indicated that they play the harp and 73 indicated they play the piano and the harp. 1. How many s

Week5W
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Section 4.1 Present Value with Compound Interest Formula: P = F (1 + i ) n where = and = Example 4: Kim and Ken find that they will need $15,500 to build an addition to their home in 4 years. How much should they invest now at 3.25% per year com

1313_qtpt_sp12
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Testing and Quiz Schedule Test Schedule and Material Test# 1 2 3 4 Final Start End 18Jan 29Jan 17Feb 21Feb 31Mar 3Apr 28Apr 1May Look at Final Exam Schedule Material Prerequisite 1.3, 1.4, 2.2 2.6, 3.2, 3.2 Ch 5, 6 ,7.1  7.4 7.5, 7.6 and Ch 8 Co

Homework 15 Due Oct 19
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 15 Section 5.3 1. Four different types of monthly commuter passes are offered by a citys local transit authority for three different groups of passengers: youths, adults, and senior citizens. How many different kinds of passes must be p

Homework 1
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 1 Section 1.5(1st Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,000,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the rate of depreciation. a. $25,000 b. $1,000,000 c. $1,000,0

Homework 3
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 3 Section 2.1 Answer questions 1  3 for problem number 10 from the book. 1. Give the corners of the feasible set. a. (0,0), (0,5), (5,0) b. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0) c. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0), (2,3) d. (3,0), (5,0), (2,3) e. (0,5), (0,9), (2,3)

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School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 8 PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 8 Question 1 Given that P(E) = 0.34, P(F) = 0.34, and P(E F) = 0.16. Find P(E F). a) j k l m n 0.52 b) j k l m n 0.16 c) j k l m n 0.48 d) j k l m n 0 e) j k l m n 1 f) j k l m n None of the above. Question 2

Week2Homework
School: U. Houston
Online Math 1313 Homework 2 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 2 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework

Homework 10 Due Sept 28
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 10 Section 4.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. Corrie bought a new flat screen 60 inch television and a speaker system from a local electronics store on credit. The store will charge 14% per year compounded monthl

Homework 11 Due Oct 5
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 11 Section 4.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $4,200. She put down 20% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 14% per year compounded quarte

Homework 5
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 5 Section 3.2 1. The choices for problem number 8 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 2. The choices for problem number 10 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 3. The choices for

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School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
1313  Quiz#9 Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 0.33, P(B) = 0.35 and P(A B) = 0.14. Find P(A  B). a) 0.2059 b) 0.4242 c) 0.4000 d) 0.9429 e) 0.0286 f) None of the above. Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) =

1313_pt4
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 9 PRINTABLE VERSION Practice Test 4 Question 1 Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 7/25, P(B) = 41/100, and P(A B) = 3/50. Find P( B  Ac ). a) j k l m n 0.5694 b) j k l m n 0.6829 c) j k l m n 0.8537 d) j k l m

Week1 Homework
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Online Homework 1 1. The choices for problem number 20 from section 1.2 in the book are given below. Find the xintercept and yintercept. a. b. c. d. e. xintercept: (0,2) yintercept: (5,0) xintercept: (2/5,0) yintercept: (0,5) xintercept:

1313_pt3_after
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 12 PRINTABLE VERSION Practice Test 3 Question 1 A problem is listed below. Identify its type. Craig bought a new boat. He made a 19% down payment. He financed the rest through his bank for 5 years. His bank charged 6% per year compoun

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School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Test 2 Review 1. It costs a recording company $180000 to prepare a new CD recording costs, case design costs, etc. There are other costs such as materials, marketing and royalties that amount to $6 per CD. Suppose the CD is sold to music stores

1313Sec21afilled
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 2.1 Linear Programming Problems A linear programming problem is a problem to find the optimal solution of a linear objective function such to constraints in the form of linear inequalities. Definitions: A function subject to a system of

1313Sec21filled
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 2.1 Linear Programming Problems A linear programming problem is a problem to find the optimal solution of a linear objective function such to constraints in the form of linear inequalities. Definitions: A function subject to a system of

1313Section61filled
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 6.1 Experiments, Sample Spaces and Events Terminology In this chapter, you will learn the basics of probability. We need to start with several definitions. An experiment is _. Examples of experiments are o Rolling a die and observing the

1313Sec53filled
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 5.3 The Multiplication Principle Suppose there are n1 ways to perform task T1 , n2 ways to perform task T2 , and nk ways to perform task Tk . Then, there are n1 * n2 *.* nk ways to perform all k tasks in succession. Example 1: Suppose y

1313Sec52filled
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 5.2 The Number of Elements in a Finite Set Sometimes we will need to know how many elements are in a set. This is obvious if our sets are all given in roster notation. Usually, however, well have more work to do. In this section, well le

1313Sec51filled
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 5.1 Sets and Set Operations A collection of objects is called _. At object that is in a set is called _. Some examples of sets: Notation: 2 A means _. 5 B means_. Set builder notation a method of writing a set using a rule instead of lis

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School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Section 4.3 Amortization and Sinking Funds Amortization Amortize means to pay off a debt by installment payments. For example: You borrowed money from a bank and want to know how much your monthly payments should be so that the loan will be amortized at t

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School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 4.2 Annuities A sequence of equal periodic payments made at the end of each payment period is called an ordinary annuity. Examples of annuities: 1. Regular deposits into a savings account. 2. Monthly home mortgage payments. 3. Payments i

1313Sec41filled
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 4.1 Simple and Compound Interest Interest is money paid for borrowing a certain sum or earned from depositing a sum of money. Simple Interest the interest earned is based solely on the principal initial amount invested. Formula: I = Prt

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School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 3.5 The Inverse of a Square Matrix In this section we discuss a procedure for finding the inverse of a matrix and show how the inverse can be used to help us solve a system of linear equations. When considering a real number, we can find

1313Sec33filled
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 3.3 Matrix Operations Equality of Matrices Two matrices are equal if they have the same dimension and their corresponding entries are equal. Example 1: Solve the following matrix equation for x, y, and z. 8 5 1 10 8 8 5 x 10 8 0 5 3z

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School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Section 3.2 Solving Systems of Linear Equations As you may recall from College Algebra, you can solve a system of linear equations in two variables easily by applying the substitution or addition method. Since these methods become tedious when solving a l

1313Sec31filled
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Section 3.2 Solving Systems of Linear Equations As you may recall from College Algebra, you can solve a system of linear equations in two variables easily by applying the substitution or addition method. Since these methods become tedious when solving a l

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School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1313 Section 2.2 Applications of Linear Programming In the last section we looked at the math involved in solving linear programming problems in two variables. Now, lets use this technique to solve real problems. Procedure 1. Organize the information

Week4W
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Section 3.4 Example 4: Multiply the following matrices if possible. 3 3 1 4 1 3 0 10 9 6 Let A = 2 4 1 , B = 2 0 3 , C = 6 4 , and D = 0 1 2 1 8 9 1 9 4 compute, if possible: CD CA Popper 3: The following represent matrices and the dimen

Week4M
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Section 3.3 Section 3.3: Matrix Operations Addition and Subtraction of Matrices If A and B are two matrices of the same size, 1. A + B is the matrix obtained by adding the corresponding entries in the two matrices. 2. A B is the matrix obtained

Week3W
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Section 3.2 Example 6: Solve the system of linear equations using the GaussJordan elimination method. y 8z = 9 x 2 y + 3z = 3 7 y 5 z = 12 Popper 2: Is the following matrix in row reduced form? 01003 00103 00017 00000 a. Yes b. No Math 1313 Sec

Homework 6
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 6 Section 3.3 Given the following matrices, answer the following questions below. 2 1 = 1 0 , 4 2 0 = 3 2 4 , 2 1 = 1 5 43 , 2 1 2 = 6 4 4 2 7 8 = 6 2 2 3 , 1 1 0 6 0 1 3 4, 72 3 2 =2 4 0 4 1. Find the transpose of A. a. = b. = c. d. 2

Homework 27 Due Dec 5
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 27 Section 7.5/7.6 Find the value of the probability of the standard normal variable Z corresponding to this area for problems 13. 1. ( < 1.26). a. 0.8962 b. 0.9959 c. 0.1317 d. 0.7489 e. None of the above 2. ( > 1.57) a. 0.0582 b. 0.2

Homework 26 Due Nov 30
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 26 Section 7.4 1. The choices for the problem number 2 from the book are given below. a. 0.3042 b. 0.3333 c. 0.1317 d. 0.2813 e. None of the above 2. The choices for problem number 6 from the book are given below. a. 0.1350 b. 0.2347 c.

Homework 25 Due Nov 28
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 25 Section 7.3 1. The choices for problem number 2 (WHAT IS THE MEAN?) from the book are given below. a. 2.84 b. 1.00 c. 1.80 d. 2.49 e. None of the above. 2. The choices for problem number 2 part b(WHAT IS THE STANDARD DEVIATION?) from

Homework 24 Due Nov 21
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 24 Section 7.2 1. Find the expected value of a random variable having the following probability distribution: x P(X=x) a. b. c. d. e. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0.350 0.200 0.245 0.125 0.066 0.010 0.004 2.890 3.403 3.205 2.998 None of the above 2. F

Homework 19 Due Oct 31
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 19 Section 6.3 Use the following problems to answer questions 1 3. A group of 347 people includes 147 play the flute, 152 play the clarinet, and 72 both the flute and the clarinet. A person is selected at random. 1. What is the probabil

Homework 18 Due Oct 26
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 18 Section 6.2 1. The choices for problem number 4 part a from the book are given below. a. b. c. d. S = cfw_6, 12, 18, 54, 125, 185 S = cfw_Vanilla, Chocolate, Red Velvet, Lemon, Italian Cream, Carrot S = cfw_400 None of the above 2. T

Homework 17 Due Oct 26
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 17 Section 6.1 Use the following information for question 1 and 2. An experiment consists of tossing a coin 4 times. 1. List the event of getting two heads. a. E = cfw_HHTT,cfw_TTHH b. E = cfw_TTHH,cfw_THTH,cfw_THHT,cfw_HTTH,cfw_HTHT,cf

Homework 16 Due Oct 24
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 16 Section 5.4 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. A coin is tossed 16 times. 1. In how many outcomes do exactly 14 heads occur? a. 34 b. 120 c. 224 d. 280 e. 6 f. None of the above. 2. In how many outcomes do exactly

Homework 7 Due Sept 21
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 7 Section 3.4 Use the following information to answer questions 1 6. The following represent matrices and the dimension of each is also stated below. A is a matrix of size 4X2 B is a matrix of size 3X5 C is a matrix of size 7X2 D is a m

Homework 8 Due Sept 26
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
1. Let = a. b. c. d. e. f. 2. Let a. b. c. d. e. f. 3. Let 4. Let a. b. c. d. e. f. 8 12 . Find the determinant (i.e. D = ad bc). 7 10 11 4 5 4 11 None of the above. 15 3 . Find the determinant (i.e. D = ad bc). 16 4 12 6 38 1 2 None of the above. =

Week3M
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Section 3.1 Section 3.1: Matrices A matrix is an ordered rectangular array of numbers, letters, symbols or algebraic expressions. A matrix with m rows and n columns has size or dimension m x n. The real numbers that make up the matrix are called

Week2W
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Section 2.1 Example 4: Maximize the following Linear Programming Problem. Maximize C = 2x + 2y s. t. x + 3y < 15 4x + y <16 x0 y0 Popper 2: Given the following linear programming problem. Give the object function. Minimize C = 2x + 10y subject t

Week2M
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Section 2.1 Section 2.1: Solving Linear Programming Problems Definitions: An objective function is subject to a system of constraints to be optimized (maximized or minimized) Constraints are a system of equalities or inequalities to which an obj

Week2Alt
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Online Alternate Assignment Week 2 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare. BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under EMCF" an

Week1W
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Section 1.5 Section 1.5: Linear Models An asset is an item owned that has value. Linear Depreciation refers to the amount of decrease in the book value of an asset. The purchase price, also known as original cost, of an asset is the price paid f

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School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Online Alternate Assignment Week #1 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare. BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under EMCF" a

1313sn1_1
School: U. Houston
Math1313 Section 1.2 Math 1313 Section 1.2: Graphs of Linear Equations In this section, well review plotting points, slope of a line and different forms of an equation of a line. Graphing Points and Regions Heres the coordinate plane: As we see the plane

Sn1
School: U. Houston
Math1313 Section 1.2 Math 1313 Section 1.2: Graphs of Linear Equations In this section, well review plotting points, slope of a line and different forms of an equation of a line. Graphing Points and Regions Heres the coordinate plane: As we see the plane

Homework 13 Due Oct 12
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 13 Section 5.1 Use the following information to answer questions 1 3. Given the following Venn diagram, which region(s) make up: A I B III II V IV VI C VII 1. a. b. c. d. e. f. 2. 3. VIII I, IV, VII I, IV, VII, VIII VII, VIII III, VI I,

HW
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 3 Section 2.1 Answer questions 1  3 for problem number 12 from the book. 1. Give the corners of the feasible set. a. (0,0), (0,4), (6,0) b. (0,0), (0,8), (4,0) c. (3,2), (4,0), (6,0) d. (0,0), (0,4), (3,2), (4,0) e. (2,3), (0,4), (0,8)

Sn_alt5b
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 5b (missed session 2 week 5: February 13) Due February 16, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt5b. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions.

Sn_alt4b
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 4b (missed session 1 week 3, February 6, 2014) Due February 9, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt4b. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questio

Sn_alt5a
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 5a (missed session 1 week 5: February 11) Due February 16, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt5a. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions.

Sn_alt3b
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 3b (missed session 2 week 3, January 30, 2014 ) Due February 2, 2013 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt3b. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questi

Sn_alt4a
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 4a (missed session 1 week 3: February 4, 2014) Due February 9, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt4a. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questio

Sn_alt3a
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 3a Try for practice Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt3a. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions. The completed notes will not be enough. 1. Is the follo

Hw8
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Homework 8 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose HW8 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework will

Class Notes_3b
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Math 1313 ONLINE Week 3 Session Two Notes Instructor: Dianne L. Gross Email: dgross@math.uh.edu Course Website: www.online.math.uh.edu/courses. Click on the link to Math 1313. CASA Website: www. casa.uh.edu Section 3. 2 Example 1: Determine which of the f

Hw7
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Homework 7 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 7 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework

Hw6
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online 1313 Homework 6 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose HW 6 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework will be a

Hw4
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Homework 4 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 4 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework

Hw5
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Homework 5 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 5 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework

Sn_3a
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Math 1313 ONLINE Week 3 Session One Notes Instructor: Dianne L. Gross Email: dgross@math.uh.edu Course Website: www.online.math.uh.edu/courses. Click on the link to Math 1313. CASA Website: www. casa.uh.edu Section 3.1 Definition of a matrix (plural matri

Sn_alt6a
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 6a (missed session 1 week 6: February 18, 2013) Due February 23, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt6a. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the quest

Sn_alt6b
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 6b (missed session 2 week 6: February 20) Due February 23, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt6b. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions.

HW
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 5 Section 3.2 1. The choices for problem number 6 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 2. The choices for problem number 12 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 3. The choices for

HW
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 1 Section 1.5(1st Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,600,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the annual rate of depreciation. a. $1,600,000 b. $40,000 c. $

HW
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 12 Chapter 4 Identify For the following problems do not work them out. Identify the type of problem each one is. 1. A newborn child receives a $20,000 gift towards college education from her grandparents. How much will the $20,000 be wo

Whw4_key
School: U. Houston
Course: Math
Math 2311 Written Homework 4 (Sections 3.13.3) ) KEY 15 points total give 1 for each problem attempted and 1 point for each of 13, 58 correct Name:_ PeopleSoft ID:_ Instructions: Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must

Sn_alt10b
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 10b (missed session 2 week 10: March 20) Due March 23, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt9b. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions. The

Sn_alt10a
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 10a (missed session 1 week 10: March 18) Due March 23, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt9a. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions. The

Calss Notes_1b
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Math1313 Section 1.2 Math 1313 Section 1.2: Graphs of Linear Equations In this section, well review plotting points, slope of a line and different forms of an equation of a line. Graphing Points and Regions Heres the coordinate plane: As we see the plane

Sn_pop01
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Math 1313 Online Popper 1 Attendance Assignment for week 1 and 2 Due January 26, 2014 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare. BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignmen

Sn_alt8b
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 8b (missed session 2 week 8: March 6) Due March 9, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt8b. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions. The comp

Sn_alt8a
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 8a (missed session 1 week 8: March 4) Due March 9, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt8a. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions. The comp

Sn_alt7b
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 7b (missed session 2 week 7: February 27) Due March 2 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt7b. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions. The comple

Sn_alt7a
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Alternate 7a (missed session 1 week 7: February 25) Due March 2, 2014 at 11:59PM Answer the questions at www.casa.uh.edu under the EMCF tab in the slot titled Alt7a. You will have to watch the video to complete some of the questions. The

Hw1
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Math 1313 Online Homework 1 1. The choices for problem number 20 from section 1.2 in the book are given below. Find the xintercept and yintercept. a. b. c. d. e. xintercept: (0,2) yintercept: (5,0) xintercept: (2/5,0) yintercept: (0,5) xintercept:

Hw3 (1)
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Homework 3 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 3 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework

Hw2 (1)
School: U. Houston
Course: FINITE MATH WITH APPLICATIONS
Online Math 1313 Homework 2 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 2 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework

Test 2 Review Solutions
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Test 2 Supplemental Review Solutions 1. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. a. C(x) = 6x + 180,000 R(x) = 12x P(x) = 6x 180,000 P(28,000) = 12,000; Loss of $12,000 P(50,000) = $120,000; Profit of $120,000 x = 30,000 units R(30,000) = $360,000 (30,000, 360,000

Test 3 Practice Questions Solutions
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Test 3 Supplemental Review Solutions 1. Present Value of an Annuity .09 48 1 1 + 1 (1 + i ) n 12 = $14064.67 P = E = 350 .09 i 12 2. Amortization Part I: .18 12000( ) Pi 12 = $273.69 E= = n .18 72 1 (1 + i ) ) 1 (1 + 12 Part II: 273.6

Test 1 Solutions
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Prerequisites Equations (These will not be given on the test. You need to memorize them.) y 2 y1 x 2 x1 SlopeIntercept Form: y = mx + b PointSlope Form: y y1 = m( x x1 ) Standard Form: ax + by = c Slope of a line: m = Example 1: Write an equat

Test 2 Practice Questions
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Test 2 Supplemental Review 1. It costs a recording company $180,000 to prepare a new CD recording costs, case design costs, etc. There are other costs such as materials, marketing and royalties that amount to $6 per CD. Suppose the CD is sold to

The Number Of Elements In A Finite Set Notes
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Math 1313 Section 6.2 The Number of Elements in a Finite Set Sometimes we will need to know how many elements are in a set. This is obvious il'our sets are all given in roster notation. Usually, however, well have more work to do. In this section, well l

Solving Systems Of Linear Equations Notes
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
9 2 ngWS as Section 2.2 Solving Systems of Linear Equations I As you may recall om College Algebra, you can solve a system of linear equations in two variables easily by applying the substitution or addition method. Since these methods become tedious wh