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Week 5 DQ1
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Why is it important to simplify radical expressions before adding or subtracting? In most cases is it not possible to add or subtract a radical expression without simplifying because we cant combine two radicals that have different values in the square ro

Mat 117 Week 9 Final Exam
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Name DateSubmitted TimeSpent Score WeekNineFinalExam 12/04/1111:43pm 4h51m8s 68.84%(45.43of66pts) Questions:66 Question 1 Question 4 Question 7 Question 10 Question 13 Question 16 Question 19 Question 22 Question 25 Question 28 Question 31

Week 5 DQ2
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Describe two laws of exponents and provide an example illustrating each law, explain how to simplify your expression. 1. Law for powers of powers; if you have a power of a power, then all you need to do to get a simplified answer is to multiply the powers

Week 7 DQ2
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Quadratic equations can be solved by graphing, using the quadratic formula, completing the square, and factoring. What are the pros and cons of each of these methods? With the quadratic formula, Just substitute, do a little arithmetic and you're done. Its

Mat 117 Week 1 Dq
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Mat 117 week 1 dqs Week One  DQ #1  Exponents Due Week One Day Two (Tuesday) Post your response to these questions by clicking on Reply. Explain three rules for exponents listed in the chart on p. 239 (section 4.2). Do not explain the first two definiti

Mat 117 Week 8 Quiz
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Mat 117 Week 8 Quiz Thomas Evans This quiz was the hardest thing we have had yet in this class. Name DateSubmitted TimeSpent Score WeekEightAssignment:WeeksSevenandEightQuiz 11/27/118:44pm 2h6m58s 70%(16.1of23pts) Questions:23 Question 1 Question 4 Questi

Week 9 Concepy Check
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Math 117
The vertex of a parabola is the point where the parabola crosses its axis. The turning point of a parabola is called the vertex. The vertex will be the highest or lowest point of the parabola. If the parabola opens upward, the vertex is the lowest point.

Math Number Games
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Math 117
Diophantus was a Greek mathematician who lived in the third century. He was one of the first mathematicians to use algebraic symbols. Most of what is known about Diophantus's life comes from an algebraic riddle from around the early sixth century. The rid

Pythagorean Theorem Week 6 Concept Check
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Math 117
Pythagorean Theorem 1 Pythagorean Theorem MAT/117 Jamie Jordan March 13, 2012 Ann Ronan Pythagorean Theorem 2 The Pythagorean Theorem is a triangle with a right angle is a right triangle. The two sides of the triangle that form the right angle are the leg

Week 7 Dq2
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Math 117
The graph of any quadratic function is a symmetric curve called a parabola. You can graph a quadratic function by making a table of ordered pairs, plotting the points, and connecting the points with a smooth curve. Parabolas are useful in clarifying conce

Week 5 DQ1
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Math 117
Why is it important to simplify radical expressions before adding or subtracting? How is adding radical expressions similar to adding polynomial expressions? How is it different? Provide a radical expression for your classmates to simplify. In order to si

Week 3 DQ1
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Math 117
I chose number 26; 262 = 676 676 1 = 675 675 25 = 27 27 26 = 1 I can not explain exactly how this works; it is just the laws of mathematics. A game that we use to use back in school, and I have taught my children is very common; it is about the only algeb

Rules Of Fractions
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Math 117
When adding fractions with the same denominator, you will add just the numerator. Example; 2/5 + 1/5 = 3/5 However when adding fractions with different denominators, you will need to change the fraction. Example: 1/2 + 2/8, change to 4/8 + 2/8 = 6/8 = Wh

MAT117Week5DQ1
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Math 117
MAT/117 Week 5 Discussion Question2 Review section 10.2 (p. 692) of your text. Describe two laws of exponents and provide an example illustrating each law. Explain how to simplify your expression. How do the laws work with rational exponents? Provide the

Mat117_appendix_c[1]
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Math 117
Associate Level Material Appendix C Polynomials Retail companies must keep close track of their operations to maintain profitability. Often, the sales data of each individual product is analyzed separately, which can be used to help set pricing and other

Week 2 Concept Check
School: University Of Phoenix
Course: Algebra 1B
How do you determine if a polynomial is the difference of two squares? When it comes to polynomials both x^2 and 9 are perfect squares. Since subtraction is occurring between these squares, this expression is the difference of two squares. Here is an exam