Student Answer and Work Form Unit 1 Ver. A
Student Name (required): _Latia Johnson_
1a. Answer: _
1a. Key work steps
(2.0,216,000) (3.0, 204,000)
1b. Answer: _
1b. Key work steps
(204000-216000)/(3-2) = -12000
1c. Answer: _
1c. Key work steps
y = mx+b
216
MATH133: Unit 1 Individual Project 2B Student Answer Form
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MATH133
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
Answers:
Show your work here:
B=-3x C=-10 x^2-3x-10=0
b) Solve the quad
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.
Learn how to type math roots and fractions by clicking on the link in the assignment list.
Al
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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 transformation. For
example, vertical shift up 2 or reflected about
College Algebra
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x^2 - 3x - 28 = 0
1a)
(x
)(x
)=0
(x
4)(x 7) = 0
(x + 4)(x - 7) = 0
Let each factor equal 0:
(x + 4) = 0
or
x+4=0
or
x = -4
or
(x - 7) = 0
x-7=0
x=7
Try to follow my steps with everything the same
except
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Business
Michael Freeman
BUSINESS
2
Business
The first way I would look at getting money toward the $50,000 is my local government
office. They have access to many grants that help out people to start a business. With some type
of
MATH133 Unit 4: Functions and Their Graphs
Individual Project Assignment: Version 2A
Name (Required): _Tanaquil Ross_
IMPORTANT: Please see Question 3 under Problem 2 for special instructions for this
weeks IP assignment. This is mandatory.
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MATH133 UNIT 2: Quadratic Equations
Individual Project Assignment: Version 2A
Name (Required): _Tanaquil Ross_
Show all of your work details for these calculations. Please review this Web site to see how to
type mathematics using the keyboard symbols. Han
MATH133 Unit 5: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Individual Project Assignment: Version 2A
Name (Required): _Tanaquil Ross_
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type mathematics using the key
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, exponential, or logarithmic is determined
by how they ch
Latia Johnson
AIU Online
Unit 4 discussion board
The five values I picked are 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
1.
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) =30-7
P(x) = 3
P(x) =33
P(x) =13
P(x) =23
(2,13)
(3,2
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 5 Ver. A
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1a. Answer: _
1a. Key work steps
Description of transformation: shifted left 5 units
Equation for vertical asymptote: x = -10
X-intercept in (x, y) form: (- 11, 0)
1b. Answer: _
1b. Key
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 4 Ver. A
Student Name (required): _Latia Johnson_
1a. Answer: _
1a. Key work steps
Function: i(x) = (x + 3)^2
Description of transformation: The graph of f(x) is shifted 3 units to the left
1b. Answer: _
1b. Key work step
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 2 Ver. A
Student Name (required): _Latia Johnson_
1a. Answer: _
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 x=3
X+9=0 X=-9
1b. Answer: _
1b. Key work steps
3x^2 +
A firm currently uses 50,000 workers to produce 120,000 units of output per day. The
daily wage per worker is $100, and the price of the firm's output is $48. The cost of
other variable inputs is $400,000 per day.
Assume that total fixed cost equals $900,
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Assignment 4
Michael Freeman
ASSIGNMENT 4
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Assignment 4
Define colonization. What was the motivation for it?
1620s, "to settle with colonists," from stem of Latin colonus "tiller of the soil, farmer"
(see colony ); in sense "
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1
UNIT 4 PROJECT
Small Group 2
MATH133 College Algebra
by
James McCarl, Brandy Jarrell, Dennis Hunziker, Cathy Phillips
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College Algebra: Group 2 Project
The Meaning of the Numbers
Annual profit in thousands of dollars is given b
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1
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 : LIBERAL ARTS
b archaic : LEARNING, SCHOLARSHIP
3: an occu
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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 of man. They were built out of
stone and masonry. They
Running head:
1
art
8-4-14
2
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 statue is carved out of marble and it was
Fourth century
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1
Baroque Period
Rembrandt Painted( Decent from the cross) Created in 1633, this beautifully large-scale
work is signed and dated in the plate along the bottom center margin by Harmensz van Rijn
Rembrandt (1606 1669): Rembrand
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Philosophy differs sharply from the natural and social sciences. The epistemologist tries to find
some general basis for distinguishing true claims from false claims. Any area of human concern
can become the subject of philosophical interest; in fact, phi