Running head: WEEK 2 QUIZ
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Week 2 Quiz
Ginger Robinson
MTH/214
July 25, 2016
Charles Swenson
MTH 214 - Week 2 Quiz
1. How many planes are determined by four points, no three of which are collinear?
A plane is determined by three non-collinear points.
If

WEEK 5 MATH QUIZ
1
Week 5 Math Quiz
Ginger Robinson
MTH/214
August 15, 2016
Charlie Swenson
MTH 214 Quiz 5
1. How many batting lineups are there for nine players of a baseball team if the center
fielder must bat fourth, the second baseman must bat third a

WEEK 4 QUIZ
1
Week 4 Quiz
Ginger Robinson
MTH/214
August 8, 2016
Charles Swenson
MTH214 - Week 4 Quiz
1. Convert 400 yards into inches.
14,400 inches
2. A rectangular piece of land is 1300 yds 1500 yds. What is the area in acres?
1 acre=4840 sq. yds.
1300

WEEK 3 QUIZ
1
Week 3 Quiz
Ginger Robinson
MTH/214
August 1, 2016
Charlie Swenson
MTH 214 - Week 3 Quiz
1. If two students are constructing equilateral triangles with one side of 4 inches,
explain whether the triangles constructed must be congruent.
If the

WEEK 1 QUIZ
1
Week 1 Quiz
Ginger Robinson
MTH/214
July 18, 2016
Charles Swenson
MTH 214 Quiz 1
1. A pair of fair dice is rolled. What is the probability of rolling a sum that is even or
prime?
10
there are 6 even4 prime so the probability is
11
2. A mathe

Teaching Alternate
Algorithms
Team D
Joanie Nickerson
Brea Beard
Kevin Sullivan
Tracillio Jones
Addition Algorithms
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13
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32
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Running head: TESSELLATION PATTERNS
Tessellation Patterns
Joanie Nickerson
MTH/214
September 5, 2016
RICHELLE GRAYS
1
TESSELLATION PATTERNS
2
Tessellation Patterns
Tessellations are patterns that repeat over and over. There are many ways to create a
tesse

Running head: MATH PAPER
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Math Paper
Joanie Nickerson
MTH/214
September 19th, 2016
Richelle Grays
MATH PAPER
2
Math Paper
There are many jobs in our society today that depend on the use of probability,
measurement and geometry. We use some form of each o

Cone
Real world Land mark of a Cone
Questions
1. How many faces does a cone have?
2. How is the surface area found on a cone with a base of 4 cm and a
height of 8 cm?
3. How would you find the volume of a cone that has a base of 3 cm
and a height of 9 cm?

Running head: REFLECTIVE PAPER
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Reflective Paper
Joanie Nickerson
MTH/213
August 15,2016
Ericka Pilon
REFLECTIVE PAPER
2
Reflective Paper
Throughout this we have learned a number of mathematical concepts from problem
solving to Algebraic thinking. In eac

Running head: REFLECTIVE PAPER
1
Reflective Paper
Joanie Nickerson
MTH/213
August 15,2016
Ericka Pilon
REFLECTIVE PAPER
2
Reflective Paper
Throughout this course, we have learned some mathematical concepts from problemsolving to Algebraic thinking. In eac