MathandCulinaryArts
By: John Smith MM 150 section xx Month Day, Year
AChefsCareer
Asanychefknows,thecreationor alterationofarecipeisvitaltobeableto servehisorherclientsastheyrequest. Havingabasicrecipethatistriedandtrue isthebasisforsuccess. Inarestaurant
1. Determine whether the variation between the indicated quantities is direct or inverse.
T he distance between two cities on the map and the actual distance between the two cities (Points: 1)
A. Direct
B. Inverse
2. Determine the slope of the line throug
Here are the given instructions for creating your Final Project: Real Estate is the Chosen Profession. Choose either Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint in which to create your project. This
course does not teach PowerPoint, so if you choose this forma
I think the graph is generally more informative than an equation because it is a visual representation of the connection between the two quantities. Although the slope of a line can be read from an equation, for me the visual representation of that line i
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92% x 100% The plot of (3.5, 5.5) looks like this:
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Point A is (3, 1) The others, just in case they are needed too: Point B is (-6, 1) Point C is (3, -4) Point D is (-2, -3) Point E is (2, 4) Point F is (-7, 3) Point G is (1.5, -1)
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Plot the int
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Math and Culinary Arts Math 150-section xx John Smith Month Day, Year
A Chefs Career
As any chef knows, the creation or alteration of a recipe is vital to be able to serve his or her clients as they request. Having a basic recipe that is tried and
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Math and Real Estate Math 150-section xx First Last Month Day, Year
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The Business of Real Estate: A Realtors Math
Mathematics is a critical component of any realtors services. Having
a tried and true method of analyzing recent sales, in order to forec
The Order of Operation is a process that needs to be followed in a particular order. The mathematical order of operations contains some or all of the following in operations in this order:
Parentheses Exponents Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction
1. In your own words, explain why perimeter is measured in units and area is measured in square units. Give examples to clarify your explanation. Why would we measure volume in cubic units? Perimeter is a one-dimensional measurement. Area is 2 dimensional
The order that we use to assemble a cake or build a house is important. The same holds true for evaluating any expression in math. We call this the Order of Operations. In your own words, explain the Order of Operations.
Give an example of an expression
*BONUS QUESTION*
Linear relationships between two quantities can be described by an equation or a graph. Which do you think is the more informative? Why? Please answer with a minimum of 100 words.
1. Determine whether the variation between the indicated quantities is direct or inverse.
T he distance between two cities on the map and the actual distance between the two cities (Points: 1)
Direct
2. Determine the slope of the line through points (4, 1