MGF1107
Final WriteUp
This semester I participated in tracking my budget/expenses on a weekly basis and
eventually saved up for a big ticket item. In this paper I will examine my reflections from each
lesson, the process by which I underwent it, and what
Maximiliano Ramos
04/27/16
MGF1107
MWF 9:009:50 AM
Student Choice Project
For my student choice project, I decided to research approximately how much it might cost to major in
sports medicine. In this paper, I will discuss my reasoning for picking this t
Maximiliano Ramos
04/27/16
MGF1107
MWF 9:009:50 AM
Final WriteUp
This semester, one of the main assignments in this class was to keep track of our income and expenses
in order to create a budget to buy a big ticket item at the end of the semester. For m
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MGF1107
8/31/2016
Number Representation and Calculation
1. Please explain to the class what it means to:
Rewrite a number to a different base
Add two or three numbers in a different base
Subtract two numbers in a different b
Recycling Survey
In a bid to determine how a recycling initiative is progressing, the mayor of a large city hired a recycling company
to conduct a survey to estimate the number of residents interested in recycling aluminum cans, glass, and
newspapers. The
MGF 1106
Set Theory
Prof. NicoliSuco

SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
List the elements in the set.
1) cfw_x  x is a whole number between 5 and 9
1)
Answer: cfw_6, 7, 8
2) cfw_x  x is
MGF 1106
Section 3.1
Statements, Negations, and Quantified Statements
Objective 1
The learner will identify statements and express statements using symbols.
My Math Lab Homework 1 & 2
Statement: a sentence that is either true or false, but not both simult
8.5 Installment Loans, Amortizations, & Credit Cards
A mortgage is a longterm loan for the purpose of buying a home, for which the property is pledged as
security for payment. The down payment is the portion of the sale price of the home that the buyer i
8.3 Compound Interest
Compound interest is interest that is calculated on the original principal as well as on any accumulated
interest. The period of time between two interest payments is called the compounding period. A = P(1 + r/n)nt,
where A is the fu
14.2 Flaws of Voting Methods
In the 1950s a mathematical economist, Kenneth Arrow, proved that a method for determining election results that is
democratic and always fair is a mathematical impossibility. There are four fairness criteria that mathematicia
5.6 Exponents and Scientific Notation
PropertiesofExponents:
Rule
b b =b
m n
m+n
(bm)n=bmn
bm
= m m  n ,b0
bn
b0=1
Meaning
Example
Whenmultiplyinglikebases,copythebaseandaddthe
3 (3 )=39
exponents
Whenraisingapowertoapower,keepthebaseandmultiplythe (35)4
15.3 Hamilton Paths and Hamilton Circuits
A path that passes through each vertex of a graph exactly once is called a Hamilton path. If a Hamilton path begins and
ends at the same vertex, it is called a Hamilton circuit. A complete graph has an edge betwee
5.3TheRationalNumbers
Rationalnumbersarenumbersthatcanbeexpressedintheform
a
,whereaandbareintegers,b0.Arational
b
numberisreducedtoitslowestterms,orsimplified,whenthenumeratoranddenominatorhavenocommondivisiors
otherthan1.FundamentalPrincialofRationalNum
15.4 TREES
A tree is a graph that is connected and has no circuits with the following properties: [1] There is one and only one path
joining any two vertices; [2] Every edge is a bridge; [3] A tree with n vertices must have n 1 vertices. One way to
improv
7.4: Exponential Functions
Exponential function is a function in the form f(x) = bx where b is a positive real number and b
F 1 I
1
The number e is the number that G n J approaches as n.
H K
n
1 and x is any real number.
Approximate to three decimal plac
15.1 Graphs, Paths, and Circuits
A graph consists of a finite set of points, called vertices and line segments or curves, called edges, that start
and end at vertices. An edge that starts and ends at the same vertex is called a loop. Two graphs are
equiva
15.2 Euler Paths and Euler Circuits
A Euler path is a path that travels through every edge of a graph once and only once. A Euler circuit is a circuit that
travels through every edge of a graph once and only once. Eulers Theorem: [1] If a graph has exactl
14.1 Voting Methods
Preference ballots are ballots in which the voter ranks all the candidates in order of preference. A
preference table shows how often each particular outcome occurs. Four of the most popular ways to decide
the outcome of elections are:
14.4 Flaws of Apportionment Methods
Flaw May not satisfy the quota rule (apportionment should always be the upper or lower limit). May produce Alabama Paradox (an increase in total apportioned items results in the lost of an item for a group. May produce
7.2: Linear Functions & Their Graphs
The solution set for an equation in two variables consists of all order pairs (x, y) that satisfy the equation. For a linear equation such as y = 3x + 8, there is an infinite number of ordered pairs that satisfy the eq
13.1 Mathematical Systems
A binary operation is a rule that can be used to combine any two elements in a set, resulting in a single element. A mathematical system consists of a set of elements and at least one binary operation. A system is closed or has c
13.2 Rotational Symmetry, Groups, and Clock Arithmetic
A symmetry of an object is a motion that moves the object back onto itself, meaning that at the end of the motion the object looks exactly the same. If it takes m equal turns to restore an object to i
5.4 The Irrational Numbers
The set of irrational numbers is the set of numbers whose decimal representations are neither terminating nor repeating. Radical numbers that are not perfect roots are irrational. Square roots: The b = a if a2 = b.
All positive
8.2 SIMPLE INTEREST
Interest is the dollar amount that we are paid when we lend or invest money or the amount that we pay when we borrow money. Simple interest is interest that is calculated only on principal, the original amount that we invest, lend, or