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Tai et al.Cells and Materials Vol. 14. 2007 (pages 64-77)
Control of tissue engineering scaffold
ISSN 1473-2262
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CONTROL OF PORE SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF TISSUE ENGINEERING
SCAFFOLDS PRODUCED BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PROCESSING
Hongyun Tai1
NIH Public Access
Author Manuscript
Biofabrication. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2012 December 1.
NIH-PA Author Manuscript
Published in final edited form as:
Biofabrication. 2011 December ; 3(4): 045003. doi:10.1088/1758-5082/3/4/045003.
Fabricatio
LaTonya Meori: Matt 540 Week 7 Homework
Candace Johnson
Dr. Micheal Hines
MAT 540
Strayer University-Lithonia Campus
12/3/13
Week 7 Homework
LaTonya Meori: Matt 540 Week 7 Homework
8. Southern Sporting Goods Company makes basketballs and footballs. Each p
Weekly MyMathLab Checkpoint
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Objectives:
1.1
1.2
1.3
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Instructions
Quiz
Grading
The purpose of the MyMathLab Checkpoint is to assess your understanding of weekly learning
objectives.
Prerequisite As
Week 1 Signature Assignment:
Choosing a Topic
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Assignment Files
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The purpose of the Signature Assignment is to have you work with real-life data to answer a real-life
question using t
Axia College Material
Appendix F
Buying a Home
For most people, buying a house is a great investment that can offer security in an uncertain world, but
buying a house is also a commitment.
Application Practice
Answer the following questions. Use Equation
Axia College Material
Appendix E
Fueling Up
Motorists often complain about rising gas prices. Some motorists purchase fuel efficient vehicles and
participate in trip reduction plans, such as carpooling and using alternative transportation. Other drivers
t
Axia College Material
Appendix D
Landscape Design
Landscape designers often use coordinate geometry and algebra as they help their clients. In many
regions, landscape design is a growing field. With the increasing popularity of do-it-yourself television
s
Axia College Material
Appendix C
Starting a Business
Starting your own business can be exciting and daunting at the same time. Businesses use math when
managing finances, determining production levels, designing products and packaging, and monitoring
labo
Answer Key for Expressions and EquationsPart 1, Due in Week Two
Answers to Appendix C are provided in red below. This answer key is provided as a grading guideline, as
there are sometimes many ways to arrive at a correct answer. Please use your profession
The way to know if a value is a solution for an inequality is when it makes the inequality
true.
For example: x < 3
Any number greater than 3 is not a solution for the inequality because it will make the
inequality false.
Now a value is a solution to an e
A domain is the set of all values that an independent variable can obtain. Range is the set of all values that the
dependent variable and the function can possibly obtain.
An example of a linear function in real-life:
John decides that he wants to open a
Week 1
Mat 116
DQ 2
There are rules that we should apply when numerous operations must be completed. Shown below is
the correct order of operations:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Doing calculations within grouping symbols
Evaluating exponents
Multiplying and dividing in or
Week 2
Math 116
Concept Checkpoint
How do you know when an equation has infinitely many solutions?
They way to find out if an equation has infinite number of solution is to look at the solution and see if it has
the same number on both sides.
For Example:
Week 1
MAT 116
DQ 1
An expression can be a number, a variable, and or a combination of both linked by operation signs. An
equation is two expressions divided by an equal sign which generally means that they are equivalent.
One of the differences among an
A function can sometimes be confused with an equation and sometimes it can be hard
to understand the difference between the two terms. An equation has no unique details
to identify it, while a function is represented by letters.
Example: f(x) = 3x+7
The f
MAT 116 Course Calendar
Week 1
MAT 116
Week 2
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Day 7
Day 6
Day 7
Post Bio
Day 1
DQ 1
Day 2
DQ 2
Day 3
Day 4
MAT 116
Week 3
Day 1
MAT 116
Week 4
Day 2
Day 3
DQ 1
Da
The author determines that the variables in the equations should be
written first. All three examples begin by assigning the variables and
concluding their sum to be equal to a real number. When the equations
are formed, we can already solve for the value
In an inequality, one side is bigger than the other side.
For example lets say that some number y > than some other number x
If it is an inequality, its an equation that looks like
x > y or y > x
With positive and negative numbers, the bigger the numeral,
Week 9
MAT 116
Capstone: Discussion Question
Capstone Discussion Question
Due Date: Day 3 [Main forum]
Post your response to the following: Has the content in this course allowed you to think of math as a useful tool? If
so, how? What concepts investigate
Graphing:
Pro- You can see where the solution(s) is on the graph, and where the equation intersect together is
the solution of your system
Con- If the graph is not accurate and the solution has strange numbers such as many decimal
numbers, than it can be
FORMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
FORM
Standard
SlopeIntercept
Point-Slope
Two-Point
Horizontal
Vertical
EQUATION
Ax By C
y mx b
CONDITIONS
Coefficients A and B cannot both be zero
y-intercept is (0,b), slope is m
y y1 m x x1
Line contains point (x1, y1), slope
Consecutive Integer word problems:
The first thing to accomplish when working on word problems is to Define the
Variables.
This may be as simple as stating: x is the first number and y is the second
number.
Consecutive integers are numbers such as 5 and 6
Formulas for Slope and Equations of Lines
Slope(m)
rise change in y coordinates
run change in y coordinates
Given : x1 , y1 and x2 , y2
slope (m)=
y 2 y1
x 2 x1
x1 , y1 and x2 , y2
(m)=
y 2 y1
x 2 x1
Slope Intercept Form
slope (m)=
y 2 y1
x 2 x1
Given