MATH133 Unit 2 Individual Project
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Student Answer and Work Form Unit 1 Ver. A
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(2.0,216,000) (3.0, 204,000)
1b. Answer: _
1b. Key work steps
(204000-216000)/(3-2)
MATH133: Unit 1 Individual Project
Mathematical Modeling
It is useful to construct a mathematical function that represents observed data. Whether
these data are linear, quadratic, rational, radical, e
MATH133 Unit 2 Individual Project
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MATH133: Unit 1 Individual Project 2B Student Answer Form
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MATH133 Unit 3 Individual Project
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MATH133 Unit 2 Individual Project
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Unit 3 IP Version C 1 | P a g e
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MATH133 Unit 3 Individual Project C
1) Solve the following equations algebraically. You must show all your work.
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Unit 2 Individual Project 2 C
Typing hint: Type x2 as x^2 (shift 6 on the keyboard will give ^)
1) Solve the following quadratic equation by factoring:
a) 0 10 3 2 x x
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MATH133 Unit 5 Individual Project A
Describe the transformations on the following graph of f ( x) log( x) . State the
placement of the vertical asymptote and x-intercept after the transformatio
Running head: 2 GOTHIC CATHEDRALS
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2 Gothic cathedrals
I think the Cathedral has caught my eye. I am very intrigued by the way the 3D
was built. When they built the high ceilings they werent thinking
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 5 Ver. A
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Description of transformation: shifted left 5 units
Equation for vertical asymptote: x = -10
X-in
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 4 Ver. A
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Function: i(x) = (x + 3)^2
Description of transformation: The graph of f(x) is shif
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 3 Ver. C
Student Name: _Latia Johnson_
1a. Answer: _
1a. Key work steps
t^2/3=4
(t^2/3)^3=(4)^3
t=64
t=8
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5x+1=3
5x+1-1=3-1
5x=2
(5x)^
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 2 Ver. A
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1a. Key work steps
X^2-6x-27=0
X=3 X=-9
Show my work
A) 1
B) -6
C) -27
X^2-6x-27=0
(X-3) (X +9)
X-3=0
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art
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Art
Statue of Aphrodite
I came across and interesting marble statue of Aphrodite. She is a 3D statue that is the
Goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation. The st
Running head: ART
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Art
Full Definition of ART
1: skill acquired by experience, study, or observation <the art of making friends>
2a : a branch of learning: (1) : one of the humanities (2) plural : LI
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UNIT 4 PROJECT
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MATH133 College Algebra
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College Algebra: Group 2 Project
The Meaning of the N
MATH133: Unit 4 Individual Project 2B Student Answer Form
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MATH133 Unit 1 Individual Project
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Notes on T-Distribution Feb. 9, 2017
Math class 6
T-distribution can be used for the samples drawn from an abnormally distributed population or
with samples of size smaller than 30. The equations to c
Z distribution notes
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Math class ( 7 )
Feb.
Z-distribution can be used for the samples drawn from a normally distributed population or even
for samples of size greater or equal to 30.
It is dr
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The five values I picked are 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
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Company A (Linear)
P (x) =-10(1)-7
(x) =-10(4)-7
P (x) =-10(2)-7
P(x) =10-7
P(x) =40-7
P(x) =20-7
P(x
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Assignment 2
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ASSIGNMENT 2
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Assignment 2
Yeast cells thrive on simple sugars. As the sugars are metabolized, carbon dioxide and
alcohol are released into t
MATH133 Unit 5: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Individual Project Assignment: Version 2A
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Show all of your work details for these calculations. Please review thi
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Term:
Composite Shapes
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made up of simple shapes
Geometry Shapes
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Term:
Parallel Lines
Definition:
never cross, or intersect, each other
Angle Pairs
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