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Zach Zigrossi
Algebra for Business
Phase 2 DB
Part 1:
The equation I am showing is this: 125x+100(x-1)=800. This is an example from the text. First step is to
work the parenthesis. This gives you 125x+100x-100=800. Next step is to add like terms, which gi
Zach Zigrossi
Algebra for Business
Phase 3 DB
Ive decided to research the topic of break-even analysis. This analysis helps business owners
calculate what you need to sell in order to cover your costs of doing business. While it is called the breakeven an
Zach Zigrossi
Algebra for Business
Phase 1 DB 2
Part 1
I have taken a class like this not too long ago, and Algebra was something that I was proficient in,
so there was a lot of info in this that I had experienced before. The main thing that I took away f
Henry Castle
Applications of Discrete Mathematics (MATH203-1603B-01)
Unit 3 IP
9/5/2016
For my example I am going to assume that the vertexes 1-5 are named A-E.
A
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3
5
1
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4
D
So i assumed that the rows and columns could both be A-E. Using the firs
Henry Castle
Unit 1 Discussion Board
Applications of Discrete Mathematics
8/16/2016
The intersection of two sets of elements is what they have in common, and the union is a
combination of two sets of elements. So for example:
A= cfw_f | f is women in Linc
Henry Castle
Applications of Discrete Mathematics (MATH203-1603B-01)
9/7/2016
Unit 4 Discussion Board
1.
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If my understanding of this is correct then A, B, C are states. A is the initial state and C is the
accepting state. when in state A
Henry Castle
Applications of Discrete Mathematics (MATH203-1603B-01)
DB 3
9/4/2016
Being a father of 5 kids, 4 of which are still in school, I am going to use my children for this
post. In my town, we only have one school that runs K-12. For me as a paren
Henry Castle
Applications of Discrete Mathematics (MATH203-1603B-01)
Unit 2 IP
8/29/2016
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Bryan Henderson, Jr.
Applications of Discrete Mathematics
Math203-1603B-01
Prof. Cynthia Bervig
9/5/16
Unit 3 Individual Project
Part 1: Adjacency Matrix and Shortest Path
Construct a graph based on the adjacency matrix that appears below. Label all
nodes
Bryan Henderson
Math203-1603B-01
08/22/16
Unit 1-Individual Project
Logic and Set Theory
Part 1
Definition of set A, set B, and Universal set:
U = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
A = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
Bryan Henderson, Jr
Math 203-1603-01
Prof. Cynthia Bervig
9/7/16
Unit 4 Discussion Board
Below you will find a question the areas of automata. Solve the problem showing all steps.
Thoroughly explain how and why you performed each step with complete senten
Bryan Henderson, Jr.
Applications of Discrete Mathematics
Math 203-1603B-01
Prof. Cynthia Bervig
8/31/16
Unit 3 Discussion Board
Task Background: Graphs and trees provide you with ways to visualize data sets, and the
opportunity to do analysis on the data
Use in-order traversal to traverse the tree, and select the correct list.
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What traversal method traverses a tree on the left, then the right, and ends with the root?
Post-order traversal
Select the binary search tree representing the word "t
In the SDLC, the
design
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In the SDLC, development happens in the
implementation
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In the SDLC, the
requirements and analysis
phase helps the d
If edges were added to the graph connecting A and D and C and F, why would the graph not represent an Euler path?
Vertices A, B, C, and E are of odd degrees. An Euler path only has two vertices with odd degrees.
What is not a Hamilton circuit when startin