Chapter 2
Functions and
Graphs
Section 6
Logarithmic Functions
Learning Objectives for Section 2.6
Logarithmic Functions
The student will be able to use and apply inverse
functions.
The student will be able to use and apply logarithmic
functions and pro
Week One Lecture
Chapter 1 gives us the opportunity to explore different methods of solving equations and
inequalities. We will explore the rectangular coordinate system to find a relationship between
algebra and geometry and find equation that model real
Solving Investment Problems with Linear Equations
Jeffrey Sills
MAT/205 Finite Mathematics
November, 8, 2012
Shirley Sinacore, Ed.D.
The economy of any country is a constantly evolving and changing system. An
investor is always seeking to maximize the pro
1
Amortization
Jeffrey Sills
MAT/205 Finite Mathematics
November, 24, 2012
Shirley Sinacore, Ed.D.
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The time has arrived to purchase a new vehicle, but the finance options available can be
confusing to the average consumer with all of the different loan
1
Nutritional Benefits by Linear Equation
Jeffrey Sills
MAT/205 Finite Mathematics
December, 6, 2012
Shirley Sinacore, Ed.D.
2
A new diet is always being announced on the television or the radio. The decline in
nutritional health and the increase in fast
The world of economics for a business can be a challenging area for the owners
and operators to keep control of. The process of balancing cost of production to the
profit of the item has to be constantly balanced. There are methods that can help a
busines
1
Simplex method for the Paint Company
Jeffrey Sills
MAT/205 Finite Mathematics
December, 20, 2012
Shirley Sinacore, Ed.D.
2
The world of economics for a business can be a challenging area for the owners and
operators to keep control of. The process of ba
3x - 4(x + 6) =
a) x + 6
b) -x - 24
c) 7x + 6
d) -7x 24
Answer .B
5) 3 4/5 expressed as a decimal is
a) 3.40
b) 3.45
c) 3.50
d) 3.80
Answer .D
6) Which of the following is the Highest Common Factor of 18, 24 and 36?
a) 6
b) 18
c) 36
d) 72
Answer .A
7) If
In coordinate geometry, the equation of the x-axis is
a) y = x
b) y = 0
c) x = 0
d) y = 1
Answer .C
4) 3x - 4(x + 6) =
a) x + 6
b) -x - 24
c) 7x + 6
d) -7x 24
Answer .B
5) 3 4/5 expressed as a decimal is
a) 3.40
b) 3.45
c) 3.50
d) 3.80
Answer .D
6) Which
It is easier to roll a stone up a sloping road than to lift it vertical upwards because
A.
work done in rolling is more than in lifting
B.
work done in lifting the stone is equal to rolling it
C.
work done in both is same but the rate of doing work is les
3 4/5 expressed as a decimal is
a) 3.40
b) 3.45
c) 3.50
d) 3.80
Answer .D
6) Which of the following is the Highest Common Factor of 18, 24 and 36?
a) 6
b) 18
c) 36
d) 72
Answer .A
7) If -2< 4 , then
a) 4 > x < -8
b) 4 < x > -8
c) 4 < x < -8
d) 4 > x > -8
The value of 5 in the number 357.21 is
a) 5 tenths
b) 5 ones
c) 5 tens
d) 5 hundreds
Answer .C
3) In coordinate geometry, the equation of the x-axis is
a) y = x
b) y = 0
c) x = 0
d) y = 1
Answer .C
4) 3x - 4(x + 6) =
a) x + 6
b) -x - 24
c) 7x + 6
d) -7x 2
Which of the following is a subset of cfw_b, c, d?
a) cfw_
b) cfw_a
c) cfw_1 , 2 , 3
d) cfw_a, b, c
Answer . .A
2) The value of 5 in the number 357.21 is
a) 5 tenths
b) 5 ones
c) 5 tens
d) 5 hundreds
Answer .C
3) In coordinate geometry, the equation of t
Chapter 2
Functions and
Graphs
Section 5
Exponential Functions
Objectives for Section 2.5
Exponential Functions
The student will be able to graph and identify the
properties of exponential functions.
The student will be able to graph and identify the
pr
Chapter 1
Linear Equations and
Graphs
Section 2
Graphs and Lines
Learning Objectives for Section 1.2
Graphs and Lines
The student will be able to identify and work with the
Cartesian coordinate system.
The student will be able to draw graphs for equatio
Define the fundamental principle of counting and use an example.
This is one of the basic ideas in statistics. It just says that if there are A ways to do one thing and
B ways to do another, that if you want to know how many ways you can do the two togeth
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Compare the maturity value of simple interest A = P(1 + rt) to the maturity
(future) value of compound interest. Maturity value of compound interest
formula is A = P(1 + i)n where i = m/n and n = m*t.
With simple interest, interest is paid only on the pri
Difference between expression and equation.
If I remember, an expression is a group of mathematical items that make sense together, such as
numbers, variables, and operation signs. You cannot simply throw a bunch of these together
and have it be an expres
For people filing a single return, federal income tax is a function of adjusted gross income: for
each value of adjusted gross income, there is a specific tax to be paid. By contrast, the price of a
house is not a function of the lot size on which the hou
Explain how to determine if a system is inconsistent or dependent using the addition or
subtraction method whenever the system of two linear equations in two unknowns is
presented.
Both systems are geared toward attempting to solve for one variable in one
Compare effective rate to stated rate of interest and explain effective rates purpose.
The stated rate of interest is the interest rate that is quoted usually in agreements where
interest is paid. The stated rate of interest does not usually take into acc
Are the properties used to solve equations the same as those used to solve inequalities?
I would have to imagine that they are similar and some may be exactly so. An inequality is
created by taking the equal sign in an equation and putting another mathema
Define sequence.
A sequence is any group of items laid out in succession in a specific arrangement where there is
a rule about what items can be included in that group. It is all about the increments between
the items and that all the items conform to the
Compare the solution set of a linear inequality in two variables, 2x + 3y < 4 to the solution set of
a linear equation in two variables 2x + 3y = 4.
The difference is the sign used in both equations and what it indicates is true about the
equations soluti