Week6:IndividualWork
CollegeAlgebra24
Equations and Inequalities in Two Variables and Functions
3.1 Graphing Linear Equations with Two Unknowns
4.) (5,1) fit the equation because x=5 and y=1 so the equation would look like
2(5)-3(1)=7
10-3=7
6.)
y= 4-3(-3
Running Head: INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 6
Individual Work Week 6
Desi Curry
Everest Online University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for College Algebra - 5 (MAT 1033-5), taught by Professor
Rasheeda Askew.
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INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 6
2
Abstract
To demonstra
Running Head: INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 8
Individual Work Week 8
Desi Curry
Everest Online University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for College Algebra - 5 (MAT 1033-5), taught by Professor
Rasheeda Askew.
1
INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 8
2
Abstract
Please compl
Running Head: INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 4
Individual Work Week 4
Desi Curry
Everest Online University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for College Algebra - 5 (MAT 1033-5), taught by Professor
Rasheeda Askew.
1
INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 4
2
Abstract
To demonstra
Running Head: INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 2
Individual Work Week 2
Desi Curry
Everest Online University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for College Algebra - 5 (MAT 1033-5), taught by Professor
Rasheeda Askew.
1
INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 2
2
Abstract
To demonstra
Fundamentals of Statistics
1
JK
Statistics
Instructor Richard Smatt
September 25, 2016
Fundamentals of Statistics
Fundamentals of Statistics
Section 9.1
22. You Explain It! Superstition
a) Yes, this is the answer.
b) No, the 3% range applies to the data,
Probability
1
JK
Statistics
Instructor Richard Smatt
September 11, 2016
Probability
Probability
2
Section 5.1
12. , , 2/3, 0
34. More Genetics
A) Sample space is cfw_SS,Ss,sS,ss where S=dominant disease allele and s=normal recessive allele
B) Since P(S)=P
Statistical Thinking
1
Jessica Kurr
Statistics
Instructor Richard Smatt
September 4, 2016
Statistical Thinking
Statistical Thinking
2
Section 2.1
26. Presidents State of Birth
(a) Construct a frequency bar graph for state of birth.
State
Frequency
Arkansa
Fundamentals of Statistics
1
JK
Statistics
Instructor Richard Smatt
October 2, 2016
Fundamentals of Statistics
Fundamentals of Statistics
2
Section 10.1
18. Fair Packaging and Labeling
Ho: A jar contains >= 32 ounces.
Ha: A jar contains < 32 ounces
alpha
Statistical Thinking
1
JK
Statistics
Instructor Richard Smatt
August 28, 2016
Statistical Thinking
Statistical Thinking
2
Section 1.1
22. Student ID number
Quantitative
24. Volume of water lost each day through a leaky faucet
Continuous
32. Movie ratings
When you are trying to find the square root of a number you will need to discover what
number times that same number equals the one you are trying to find the square root for. For
instance, is one way of saying what is the square root of 16 which is 4 bec
1.) Add up what Tracy and Max spend every week on lunch.
2.) What is the weekly cost of bringing their own lunches?
2(15)
= 30
3.)How much will they save every week?
4.) After how many weeks of saving will they have enough money?
Running Head: WEEK 7 TEAM PROJECT
1
Week 7 Team Project
Amanda Warford, Marissa Mcdade,
Martin Ross and Katerina McFarland
Everest University
WEEK 7 TEAM PROJECT
2
1. Add up what Tracy and Mac spend every week on lunch.
a. Tracy: 8*4=32+13=$45 per week
b.
1
Team 1
Team C: Teamwork
College Algebra
Instructor Renwick Pulwarty
Everest University
Team 1
2
Team 1
A linear equation is an equation where each variable included has an exponent of 1. A
function I which the variable only appears in the first degree i
Week 10: Individual Work
College Algebra - 24
Chapter 6: Rational Expressions and Equations
6.1 Rational Expressions and Functions: Simplifying, Multiplying, and Dividing
2.
All real numbers except
6.
=
16.
24.
34.
40.
42.
6.2 Adding and Subtracting Ratio
Running Head: INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 11
Individual Work Week 11
Desi Curry
Everest Online University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for College Algebra - 5 (MAT 1033-5), taught by Professor
Rasheeda Askew.
1
INDIVIDUAL WORK WEEK 11
2
Abstract
Review th