Students per Computer In the early years of microcomputers, school districts could not afford to
buy a computer for every student. As the price of computers decreased, more and more school
districts have been able to attain this goal. The following table
108. Comparing wind chills. Use the formula from
Exercise 107 to determine who will feel colder:
A person in Minneapolis at 10F with a 15-mph wind or a person in
Chicago at 20F with a 25-mph wind.
Solution:
W 91.4
(10.5 6.7 v 0.45v)(457 5t )
110
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t
Week 4 Team Assignment Exercises
Complete the following exercises from Chapter 6 in the text:
Section 6.1:
120. Toxic pollutants. The annual cost in dollars for removing p% of the
toxic chemicals from a towns water supply is given by the formula:
.
a) Use
WEEK 2 LEARNING TEAM PART 2 OF 2
Team Exercises (due Week Two)
Complete the following exercises from Chapter 4 in the text:
a.
Section 4.2: Exercise 84 114
b.
Section 4.3: Exercises 94 and 98
c.
Section 4.4: Exercises 78 and 86
d.
Section 4.5: Exercise 52
Team Exercises (due Week Three)
Complete the following exercises from Chapter 5 in the text:
a.
Section 5.1: Exercises 94 and 96
Exercise 94
area of rec tan gle x 2 50 x
area of triangle is given by widht * length
width x
let length y
x. y x 2 50 x
x 2 50
WEEK 5 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. Please respond to one of the two Discussion
Questions with 100-150 words.
A garden measuring 12 meters by 16 meters is to
have a pedestrian pathway installed all around it,
increasing the total area to 285 square meters.
Wha
Math 209- College Algebra II
Quiz2
Chapter 5-Factoring
50 points
Name:
Work the following problems. Show all your own work for maximum credit. Each
problem is worth 5 points. Post your work in your individual forum.
Please put the quiz number and your nam
Math 209- College Mathematics II
Answer Key forQuiz1
Chapter 4- Exponents and Polynomials
1. Perform the following three parts in question1
In the expression:
x3 + 5x3 +3x -6x +2
x
Identify, by highlighting,
Term- x3 + 5x3 +3x -6x +2
x
Factor- x3 + 5 x3 +
Week 3 Learning Team Assignment
Learning Team A
January Prather/ Roland Goodson/ Trevor Ball
Math 209
Suzette Meeks
November 22, 2013
During our week three assignment we had difficulty with problems numbers 3, 5, 9 and
11 on the quiz.
Do all rational equa
Week 2 Learning Team Assignment
Learning Team A
January Prather/ Roland Goodson/ Trevor Ball
Math 209
Suzette Meeks
November 15, 2013
During our week two assignment we had difficulty with the following four problems:
1.
2.
3.
4.
y^3-12y^2+32y
15a^3+11a^2+
Week One Assignment
Learning Team A
Roland Goodson/ January Prather
Math/ 209 College Mathematics II
Suzette Meeks
November 8, 2013
1. What four steps should be used in evaluating expressions? Can these steps be skipped or
rearranged?
The four steps when
Title:
MAT 209 FINAL EXAM / TEST
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MAT 209 FINAL EXAM / TEST- USE AS STUDY MATERIAL
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Math 209
150 points
Work the following problems. Show all your own work for maximum credit. An incorrect answer,
with no associated calculations has no basis for partial credit. Each problem is worth 10 points.
Post your completed work as an attachment in
Math 209- College Algebra II
Quiz3
Chapter 6- Rational Expressions
Answer Key
1.
What is a rational expression
See definition on page 378
1.1. How is a rational expression different from a rational number?
Refer to first paragraph on page 378
1
1.2. List
WEEK 4 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS PART 2
DQ1
Please respond to one of the two Discussion Questions with 100-150 words.
1.
How to you compute the intercepts of a quadratic function?
a)
In case of a quadratic function, why are there two x-intercepts and one yinte
WEEK 2 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
Week 2 DQ questions
1. What is a common factor? Where do you use the common factor in an
expression consisting of various terms? Examples?
2. Find a math website that may be of benefit to a student taking MTH209 and
write newsp
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Adaptive Math Assignment 1A
Tammy Sims
MAT 209
September 23, 2014
Diane Lussier
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