Unitl Day 3 HW
l. The constant rate of change of w with respect to x is 5.9, and (5, 12) is a point on the graph.
Write the linear function that gives w with respect to x.
w: 59 (145% Hz
2. Recall the
Unit 2 Dayl HW
In Exercises #1-8, determine the requested information for each exponential function.
1. k(x)=12(1.23)"
l-unit Change Factor: |. lg
Iunit Percent Change: 2; Z
Reference Point: (0, n.)
Unit 2 Day3 Rehearsal
1. What is a log? That is, when you determine the log of a number, what are you finding? For example,
explain what your answer to og $ 100 represents.
2. You read a news story ab
1.
MATl87 Unit 1 Review
The table of the mction 11 shows the average price for lean ground beef in the United States from 2002 to
2008 (Source: Statistical Abstract of the United States, 2010, Table 7
Unit 2 Day2 Rehearsal
1. The doubling time of a certain population of deer is 15 years.
a. By what percent does the number of deer increase each year?
b. By what percent does the number of deer increa
Unit 2 Day1 Rehearsal
1. Explain the difference between a linear function and an exponential function. Specifically, what
makes a function exponential? What makes a function linear?
2. Explain the dif
Math 1300 5.3 (and a bit of 5.4) Name: Solutions
1. A cup of coffee at 90C is put into a 20C room when t = 0. The coees temperature is
changing at a rate of
'r(t) = 7e-
degrees. Celsius per minute,
Essay Prompt 4
.99999 = 1?
Regarding the statement .9 repeating is exactly equal to 1, express your logic on why
you believe the statement is true or false. After watching this video, https:/www.youtu
Math l314-all sections, College Algebra
Spring 2016
Final Exam Review Problems (86 questions-12 pages)
Final Exam: Saturday, May 14, 2016, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm (locations may have been changed)
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1. Fi
1.3 Graphs and Average Rate of Change
Mathematicians often describe data as beautiful. Data are capable of telling incredible stories
about the world around us. For example, over time we might see a t
Chapter 2
Equations and Inequalities
2.2 Linear Equations in One Variable
Verbal
65. What does it mean when we say that two lines are parallel?
It means they have the same slope.
66. What is the relat
Chapter 1
Prerequisites
1.5 Factoring Polynomials
Verbal
258.
If the terms of a polynomial do not have a greatest common factor, then does that
mean it is not factorable? Explain.
The terms of a polyn
Chapter 2
Equations and Inequalities
2.1 The Rectangular Coordinate Systems and Graphs
Verbal
1. Is it possible for a point plotted in the Cartesian coordinate system to not lie in one of the
four qua
1.3
1. Answers vary
a. Bill loses weight constantly for the first two weeks. Then he stays at 136 lbs for
the next week, and then begins to put the weight back on at a rate of about 4 lbs
per week.
b.
Chapter 1
Linearr Functtions
1.1 Functionns
Function
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freezer (tthat is properly functioniing) takes wate
Chapter 1
Prerequisites
1.3 Radicals and Rational Expressions
Verbal
128. What does it mean when a radical does not have an index? Is the expression equal to
the radicand? Explain.
When there is no in
Chapter 1
Prerequisites
1.2 Exponents and Scientific Notation
Verbal
69. Is
23
the same as
32
? Explain.
No, the two expressions are not the same. An exponent tells how many times you
multiply the bas
Chapter 1
Prerequisites
1.4 Polynomials
Verbal
201. Evaluate the following statement: the degree of a polynomial in standard form is the exponent of
the leading term. Explain why the statement is true
Week 10: Quadratic Formula and Vertex HW
1. Explain in your own words why it makes sense that
is the formula that gives the
-value of the vertex. (You can use ideas presented in the week's videos to h
Matthew Fornof
Math 141
March 3rd 2016
Loan Project
Part I: Mortgages
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2. According to Bankrate.com, the current APR for mortgages
Stock Market Project
Matthew Fornof
Stock Week 1
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Hackett Group
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Southwestern Energy Company
Bank of America
Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc.
Exxon
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Steven Le
Professor Moore
ENG 102
20 September 2016
CCRAP Test
Galea, Sandro. Homelessness, Its Consequences, and Its Causes. Boston University School of
Public Health, 28 Feb. 2016. Web. 20 Sept
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English 101
Bizarre Tours - Final Draft
12 May 2016
Enjoyment Out of Misery
According to UN-Habitat about 863 million people around the world are living in slums.
A slum is an overpopul
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Reflection
Calculus Club
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You MUST submit electronicallydo NOT write on this paper and expect
credit. This
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Professor Moore
Eng 102
20 September 2016
Personal Response
The article that our group read was, Little Girls or Little Women? The Disney Princess
Effect by Stephanie Hanes. The overall
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Unit IV Practice Test
MAT 221 [MRudibaugh]
Show all of your work since points will be awarded based on your work shown,
your ability to communicate, and your final answer. Write each answer in
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Unit IV Practice Test
MAT 221 [MRudibaugh]
Show all of your work since points will be awarded based on your work shown,
your ability to communicate, and your final answer. Write each answe