MATH 1070 Worksheet #1
Sections 1.1, 2.1, 2.2, 2.5 (Equations and Functions)
1.
Solve problems number 10 (page 48) and 48 (page 87) from your book.
2.
Find the domains for the functions:
(a)
f ( x) 3 x 2 x 5
(b)
g ( x)
(c)
h( z ) 4 z 1
(d)
k ( x) x
(e)
Chapter 5: Sale of Goods and
Consumer Protection Law
Learning Objectives
Effect of Business Practices and Consumer Protection Act
(BPCPA) on conditions, warranties, title, and remedies for
contract breach
Effects of e-commerce on legal developments
BP
Chapter 6: Methods of
Carrying On Business
Learning Objectives
Understand various business structures
Explain legal characteristics, benefits, and
drawbacks of sole proprietorship
Distinguish between various partnerships
Discuss advantages and limita
Chapter 7: Workplace Law
Learning objectives
Understand running business in conformity
with human rights legislation
Discuss common law effect on hiring/firing
Identify rights/obligations under employment
standards, workplace safety and insurance,
hea
Chapter 8: Property Law:
Personal, Real, and Intellectual
Learning objectives
Define and discuss property law
Ownership vs. Possession the difference
Define personal, real, and intellectual property
Explore concepts around bailment
Land titles vs. regist
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MATH 1070
Wks# 06 - 2.1 Part II - Demand and Supply as Linear Functions
1. The supply price in $ per square metres for vinyl siding is p and the quantity demanded monthly(in
thousands of square metres) is q. Suppose that p and q are related by the equatio
MATH 1070
Wks# 07 - 3.3 Quadratic Functions and Applications
1. A manufacturer of sports trophies knows that the total cost, C in dollars, of making x thousand trophies is
given by C ( x) 600 60 x and the corresponding revenue, R in dollars, is given by R
MATH 1070
Wks# 03 - 3.1 LINES
The graph of any linear function is a line of general form: ax by c 0, a ,b, c R
The slope of a line, denoted m , is a measure of its steepness.
The slope also tells us whether the line goes downhill m 0 , uphill m 0 (as we m
MATH 1070
Wks# 04 - 1.1 Part I - Cost Revenue Profit
Definitions:
Fixed Cost is the sum of all costs that are independent of the level of production
Example: rent, insurance etc
Note: this cost must be paid whether or not output is produced.
Variable Cost
MATH 1070
Wks# 05 - Applications to Linear Functions
1.1 Part II - The Cost, Revenue and Profit Functions
The Cost Function
Let x be the number of items produced, then the cost becomes a function of x :
C ( x) mx b
where m is marginal cost (variable cost)
MATH 1070
Wks# 01 - Algebra Review - Chapter 0
1. Evaluate the following expressions:
a) 2 2 3 =
2
b) 3 2 2 0
0
1 2 2
c) 3 1 =
9 3
d)
36 64
e)
36 64
2. Rewrite in the exponential form and simplify:
a)
x2 y
b)
x
x
3. Rewrite in radical form and simp
Sample Final Exam
Part 1. Multiple Choice Questions (15 marks).
Please answer the following multiple choice questions on both the question sheet and the
supplied scantron form. Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement
or answers
BUEC 2320 Sample Final Exam Solutions
Part 1
1. d, 15 = 120/square root of 64
2. b
3. d
4. c, 0.75 = 0.5 + 0.5 * (0.5)(0.5)
5. a
6. d
7. a
8. b
9. d, event A must be a subset of event C (if this is not clear, sketch a Venn diagram)
10. b
11. a, df = 19, t
Math 1070
Practice Term Test and Review for Term Test
These are some exercises to help you with your midterm review. It does not cover everything. For your review, use: the
text book, worksheets, exercises covered in class, the answer keys to quizzes on m
Math 1070
Final Review and Practice Exam
These are some exercises to help you with your final review. It does not cover the entire material. For your
review, use: the text book, the student solution manual, the worksheets on www.mymoodle.com , the exercis
Math 1070
Practice Term Test - KEY
These are some exercises to help you with your midterm review. It does not cover everything. For your review, use:
the text book, worksheets, exercises covered in class, the worksheets on moodle, and the student solution
Business Mathematics (MATH107)
Assignment 6
1.
An investor bought 5,000 shares of BC Resources at .75 and received a dividend of .05. He then sold them at .80. What was the
investors total gain? (4 MARKS)
Purchase Price = 5,000 x .755 = $3,775
Dividend =
Business Mathematics (MATH107)
Assignment 4
1.
If money is worth 13 % compounded semi-annually, what will have accumulated from end-of-monthly $160 deposits after 15
years? (6 MARKS)
R = $160
2.
n = 5 x 4 = 20
i = .135/2 = .0675
f = (1 + .0675) 1/6 1) = .
Total Marks: 100
It is extremely important to show all workings on this assignment.
1.
What is the value of a $5,200 debt incurred 2 years ago if money is worth
13 percent compounded semi-annually?
S=P(1+I)n
S=5200(1+.0675)4
S=5200(1.2985885)
S=6752.6599
Assignment 3
1. An annuity in which payments are made and interest is
compounded at the end of every month is known as:
Ordinary Annuity
(1 mark)
2. J. Carson donated $650,000 for annual scholarships, and
this money was invested at 10.5 percent compounded
MATH 170 W10 Test 1 Solutions
1
1. Write the negation for the following statements:
a) real numbers x, if x > 4 then x2 > 16.
Solution: real number x such that x > 4 and x2 16.
b) real number x such that x is irrational and x2 is rational.
Solution: real