Math 111
Solutions for Group Activity: Sequences and Population Growth
1. A bacteria colony doubles in size every hour. At noon, there are 1000 bacteria. Let B (t) be the number
of bacteria in the colony t hours after noon.
(a) How many bacteria are in th
Math 111
Solutions for Group Activity: A Fair Deal
Situation: XYZ Corporation issues promissory notes in $1000 denominations under the following terms:
purchase a $1000 note now and, two years from now, they will give the owner of the note $2000. You
purc
Math 111
Solutions for Group Activity: Percent and Proportionate Change
Suppose you are awarded a 5% raise in your salary. We call 5% the percentage change (or just percent
change) in your salary and that percentage expressed as a decimal, 0.05, the propo
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Math 111
Group Activity: The Method of Linear Programming
The Grass is Greener lawn care company produces two dierent lawn fertilizers: Regular and Deluxe. The
prot on each bag of Regular is $0.75, while the prot on each bag of Deluxe is $1
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Math 111
Solutions for Group Activity: Maximizing Prot Three Ways
You work for Tasty Tours, organizing tours of a local winery. In order to make your tour competitive with
other companies, you oer price breaks for larger groups. The followi
Math 111
Solutions for Group Activity: Two Vats of Water
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Water is owing in and out of two vats, a red vat and a
green vat. The graphs to the right show the amounts
of water in the two vats over a several-hour period.
We also have a gauge which measu