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Math 1030
Project 1
Buying a House
Name: Adilene Tolentino
Select a house from a real estate booklet, newspaper, or website. Find something reasonable
between $100,000 and $350,000. In reality, a trained financial professional can help you
determine what
Where Am I?
Course Information:
Course Title _Math 980 Algebra for College Success_
Section Number _0980_
My Professor/Instructor:
Name _Leasa Banks_
Office Hours _After class_
Office Location _CART 103_
Phone Number _801-413-9759_
Email Address _Ibanks8@
Module 2 Vocabulary
Absolute Value The distance from zero.
Average The result obtained by adding together two or more
quantities and then dividing this total by the number of quantities.
Compound Inequality Two or more inequalities combined
together.
Conj
Bringing the NBA into Math 0980
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An Application of Systems
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One application of systems is the concept of the number of two point baskets and the number of three point
baskets made by a team in a basketball game. On Monday, March 28, 2016, the
Math 980 Midterm 1 Objectives Review
Please study the following objectives from modules one and two before taking your first midterm. This
review provides you with sample problems that correspond to the objectives given, however, the
problems on your midt
Module 1 Vocabulary
Coefficient A number used to multiply a variable.
Consecutive integers Integers that follow each other in order.
x, x+1, x+2, x+3,
Consecutive even integers Even integers that follow each other
in order.
x, x+2, x+4,
Consecutive odd
Time Tracker
For one week keep a log of how you spend your time. In order to have an accurate and effective record, keep
the Time Tracker with you and record what you are doing every half hour. Record everything yes, even
watching TV, playing video games,
Analyzing the Average Rate of Change
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An Application of Slope
Section_
One application of slope is the concept of average rate of change. In this case, the slope refers to the change in
one quantity (y) per unit of change in another quantity (x). As
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MODELING UTAH POPULATION DATA
Math 1010 Intermediate Algebra Group Project
According to data from the US. Census Bureau, Population Division, the population of Utah
appears to have increased linearly over the years from 1980 to 2008. The followin
Some Locality Results for Negative Rings
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Separable Uniqueness for Negative Functors
D. Q. Thompson and C. Sasaki
Abstract
Let v be a countable point acting locally on a reversible number. A
central problem in concrete number theory is the description of super
Einstein probability spaces. We show
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Linear Least Squares Approximation Lab
or Fitting a Polynomial Curve to a Set of Data Points.
Part I Introduction
One of the common situations that arise in the real world is as follows. You have a set of data that
partially describe a given
Remember how to divide polynomials:
A Quadratic Equation: x^2 + y^2
Zero Theorem: When you end up with an equation like 5X^2 - 12x = 0 then you should use the zero theorem and factor out one x
Ending up with x(5x - 12) = 0 where one factor is "x" and the
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Math 1030
Due December 10, 2015
How Valuable is that MVP?: How Sabermetrics Revolutionized Professional Baseball
Often referred to in the United States as the national pastime, the sport of baseball is an
important part of
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Transportation Costs (or Truckers Dilemma)
Math 1050 College Algebra Project
A truck driving 260 miles over a flat interstate at a constant rate of 50 miles per hour gets 7 miles to the
gallon. Fuel costs $3.50 per gallon. For each mile per
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MODELING UTAH POPULATION DATA
Math 1010 Intermediate Algebra Group Project
According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, the population
of Utah appears to have increased linearly over the years from 1980 to 2008. The
following table