MATH233 Unit 4 Individual Project
Dr. Claude Shannon (1916 2001), the father of information theory, observed that the
maximum error-free capacity in bits per second (bps) obtainable in a communication channel can
be found by the Shannon-Hartley equation:
MATH233 Unit 1 Individual Project
To communicate most effectively, network administrators attempt to maximize
bandwidth and throughput speeds to achieve high data transmission rates within the
buildings CAT5e cables. These performance data transfer rates
MATH 233 Unit 5 Individual Project
Unit 5 IP Assignment Choice 2:
According to its Web site, SpeedOf.Me is an HTML5 Internet speed test. The smartest and most
accurate online bandwidth test; it works well onmobile devices as well as desktop computers.
By
Math 233 Unit 2 Individual Project
A computer virus is a malicious program that can cause high levels of destruction to your
computer or your mobile device. Even with an antivirus program installed, infections can still
spread very rapidly as it is restri
MATH 233 Unit 5 Individual Project
In this IP assignment, you will have a choice between two different Unit 5 IPs. Complete only 1
of the following two assignment choices.
Unit 5 IP Assignment Choice 1
The Internet is defined as a worldwide interconnectio
MATH233 Unit 4 Individual Project
Dr. Claude Shannon (1916 2001), the father of information theory, observed that the
maximum error-free capacity in bits per second (bps) obtainable in a communication channel can
be found by the Shannon-Hartley equation:
MATH 233 Unit 5 Individual Project
In this IP assignment, you will have a choice between two different Unit 5 IPs. Complete only 1
of the following two assignment choices.
Unit 5 IP Assignment Choice 1
The Internet is defined as a worldwide interconnectio
The chances ofa tax retum being audited are about 12 in 1,000 ifan income is less than $100,000 and 40 in 1,000 if an income is $100,000 or more.
Complete parts 2 Through e.
a. “What is the probability that a taxpayer with income less than $100,000 will b
According to a consumer survey of'young adults (18—24 years ofage) who shop online, 22%: own a Jnobile phone with internet access. In a random
sample of 200 young adults who shop online, let x be the number who own a mobile phone with internet access.
a.
A national standard requires that public bridges over 2.0 feet in length must be inspected and rated every 2. years. The rating scale ranges fronl D
(poorest rating) to 9 {highest rating). A group ofengineers used a probabilistic model to forecast the ins
A country's govermnent has devoted considerable funding to missile defense research over the past 20 years. The latest development is the
Space—Based infrared System (SBIRS), which uses satellite imagery to detect and track missiles. The probability that
The chances ofa tax retum being audited are about 12 in 1,000 ifan income is less than $100,000 and 40 in 1,000 if an income is $100,000 or more.
Complete parts 2 Through e.
a. “What is the probability that a taxpayer with income less than $100,000 will b
Unit 3 DB
Cindy Condrey
1) I chose George Clooney whose weight is 190 pounds and is 511 (How much do they
weight, 2011).
2) Underweight: Chosen BMI = 18.00
H = sqrt [703(190)/18]
H = sqrt [133,570/18]
H = sqrt [7420.56]
H = 86.1 inches or 7 ft. 2 in.
Norm
Unit 1 DB
Cindy Condrey
American InterContinental University
1)
The pair of numbers I chose are (3, 1200) and (18, 150).
Q2Q
1501200
1050
= -70 M = -70
M=
=
=
183
15
P2 P
Q 2 = M P2 + B
150 = -70(18) + B
2)
1
1
3)
150 = -1260 + B
150 + 1260 = -1260 + 1260
Trigonometry
Unit Circle
Note: Each ordered pair is(cos(),sin()
Double Angle Identities
sin(2A) = 2sin(A)cos(A)
cos(2A) = cos2(A) - sin2(A) = 2cos2(A) - 1= 1 - 2sin2(A)
2 tan ( A )
tan ( 2 A )
1
2
tan ( A )
Half Angle Identities
cos
A
=+
1
2
2
sin
A
=+
1
MODULE 8 HOMEWORK 1
Running head: MODULE 8 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT
Module 8 Homework Assignment
Donald Harrison
Allied American University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for Math 120, Module 8 Homework Assignment taught by
Professor Brian Stout.
MODULE 8
MODULE 2 HOMEWORK 1
Running head: MODULE 2 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT
Module 2 Homework Assignment
Donald Harrison
Allied American University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for Math 120, Module 2 Homework Assignment taught by
Professor Brian Stout.
MODULE 2
MODULE 7 HOMEWORK 1
Running head: MODULE 7 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMET
Module 7 Homework Assignment
Donald Harrison
Allied American University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for Math 120, Module 7 Homework Assignment taught by
Professor Brian Stout.
MODULE 7
MODULE 3 HOMEWORK 1
Running head: MODULE 3 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT
Module 3 Homework Assignment
Donald Harrison
Allied American University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for Math 120, Module 3 Homework Assignment taught by
Professor Brian Stout.
MODULE 3
MODULE 6 HOMEWORK 1
Running head: MODULE 6 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT
Module 6 Homework Assignment
Donald Harrison
Allied American University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for Math 120, Module 6 Homework Assignment taught by
Professor Brian Stout.
MODULE 6
MODULE 1 HOMEWORK 1
Running head: MODULE 1 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT
Module 1 Homework Assignment
Donald Harrison
Allied American University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for Math 120, Module 1 Homework Assignment taught by
Professor Brian Stout.
MODULE 1
MODULE 4 HOMEWORK 1
Running head: MODULE 4 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT
Module 4 Homework Assignment
Donald Harrison
Allied American University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for Math 120, Module 4 Homework Assignment taught by
Professor Brian Stout.
MODULE 4
MATH133: Unit 3 Individual Project 2B Student Answer Form
Name (Required): _JASON S. CAMPBELL_
Please show all work details with answers, insert the graph, and provide answers
to all the critical thinking questions on this form for the Unit 3 IP assignmen
1. Un artista de prestigio ha concluido 4 obras de arte. Las galeras A,
B y C estn interesadas en adquirirlas y estn dispuestas a pagar
por cada obra las cantidades (en millones de unidades monetarias)
que se recogen en la siguiente tabla:
Galera A
Galera
Fundamentos de Informtica Seccin 03
Prctica Calificada 1
2016-I
ALUMNO: Margarita Prez Amarsifuen CDIGO.
Sede:
Av. Petit Thouars 385 (torre 2)
rea:
PPE
Profesor:
Carrasco Merma, Yannick Patrick
Duracin:
1:00 hr.
Fecha del examen: Sbado 16 de enero del 201
Test 8
1. Collect like terms: 6x 8y x + 2y
a.
6x 6y
b.
4x 6y
c.
5x 6y
d.
4x 10y
Hint: Chapter 11
SLO8:Solve equations.
LO8D:explain algebraic properties using examples.
2. Money is invested in a savings account at 4% simple interest. After 1 year, there i
Test 7
1.
1
Find the volume.
a. 489 m3
b. 425 m3
c. 452 m3
d. 468 m3
Hint: Chapter 9
SLO4:Calculate the perimeter and area of rectangular figures.
LO4D:compute area, volume, and perimeter using the appropriate formulas.
2. Compute and simplify: -1/3 x (-4