The Radical equation used by Company B seems to be more realistic because it has a starting point and
continues to grow whereas the linear equation seems to go on and on even into the negative which I
would consider wrong because we are talking about when
Meghan C. Lewis 1
Crime and Criminology (revised)
By Meghan C. Lewis
Meghan C. Lewis 2
Criminologists study crime and criminal behavior in order to determine the social or
psychological issues that cause it. They dive into a criminals past and mind to dis
Meghan C. Lewis 1
Criminal Genetics
By
Meghan C. Lewis
Meghan C. Lewis 2
The theory of criminal genetics states that criminals dont have a choice when they
commit crimes and were already genetically predisposed to commit these acts. Although the
justice s
Meghan C. Lewis 1
Theories of Criminal Justice
By Meghan C. Lewis
Meghan C. Lewis 2
Social control is a criminological theory that exploits the socialization process to increase
an individuals self-control and to decrease their urge to behave in a way tha
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 1 Ver. A
Student Name (required): _Meghan C. Lewis_
1a. Answer: _(2.0, 216,00) (1.0, 228,000)_
1a. Key work steps
1b. Answer: _-12,000_
1b. Key work steps
228,000 216,000 = 12,000 = -12,000
1.0-2.0
-1
1c. Answer: Y= 12,00
Write a bulleted list comparing and contrasting the United States' crime rates with other
countries around the world.
o United Kingdom
Acquitted
Assault victims
Believe in police efficiency
Bribe payers index
Car thefts
Death penalty > Abolition date
Dea
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 2 Ver. A
Student Name (required): _Meghan C. Lewis_
1a. Answer: _(x+3)(x-9)= 0_
1a. Key work steps
GCF= 3
X^2 6x 27= 0
factor out the 3 and you are left with (x+3)(x-9)
1b. Answer: x= 2 x = -2 2/3_
1b. Key work steps
2a.
I think the reason that some neighborhoods have less crime than others is because of
social control factors such as family and friends. Most people dont commit crimes because they
fear how they will be viewed by their peers, family members, and others in
Student Answer and Work Form Unit 4 Ver. A
Student Name (required): _
1a. Answer: _i(x)=(x+3)^2_
1a. Key work steps
1b. Answer: _h(x)=_x^2-2_
1b. Key work steps
1c. Answer: _j(x)= (x+1)^2+3_
1c. Key work steps
1d. Answer: _g(x)=(x-2)^2_
1d. Key work steps
1. C(x)=3x+2500
2. (-0.15x^2+153x)-(3x+2500)
0.15x2+150x-2500
3. -b/(2a)=500 p(500)=-0.15(500)^2*150+500-2500 Maximum profit=35,000
-b/(2a)= -150/2(-0.15) -150/-0.30=-0.3 -b/(2a)=500 To find the value of f(-b/(2a) or to find
f(500) plug x=500.
4. 10,000=-
1. C(x)=3x+2500
2. (-0.15x^2+153x)-(3x+2500)
0.15x2+150x-2500
3. -b/(2a)=500 p(500)=-0.15(500)^2*150+500-2500 Maximum profit=35,000
-b/(2a)= -150/2(-0.15) -150/-0.30=-0.3 -b/(2a)=500 To find the value of f(-b/(2a) or to find
f(500) plug x=500.
4. 10,000=-
Individual project 5
1.
2. Core 2 duo 2006= 290,000,000 Core 2 duo and quad core +GPU Core
i7= 1,140,000,000
3. The actual value for core 2 duo in 2006 is 291,000,000 and core 2 duo and quad core +
GPU core i7 in2011 is 1,160,000,000. The values that were
Name: James E Rose Jr
MTH133
Units 3-5 Individual Project A
Name: James E Rose Jr
1) Solve algebraically. Trial and error is not an appropriate method of
solution. You must show all your work.
Learn how to type math roots and fractions by clicking on the
Name: James E Rose Jr.
MTH133
Units 3-5 Individual Project B
Name:
1)
Solve algebraically. Trial and error is not an appropriate method of solution. You
must show all your work.
Learn how to type math roots and fractions by clicking on the link in the ass
Name: James E Rose Jr
MTH133
Unit 1-2 Individual Project (IP2 in Unit 2)
1. The following graph shows how a 4-color web printing press depreciates from the
year 2006 to the year 2010. It was purchased new in the year 2006; therefore
x = 0 represents the y
Name: James E Rose Jr.
MTH133
Unit 1-2 Individual Project (IP2 in Unit 2)
1. The following graph shows how a 4-color web printing press depreciates from the
year 2006 to the year 2010. It was purchased new in the year 2006; therefore
x = 0 represents the
MTH133
Unit 4 Group Project
Name: James E. Rose Jr.
Your group will develop four different population scenarios for a town. As a group, you will
decide on the name of the town and the initial population. You will graph the function for each
population sce
Name: James E Rose Jr. 2-15-11
MTH133
Unit 1-2 Individual Project (IP2 in Unit 2)
1. The following graph shows how a 4-color web printing press depreciates from the
year 2006 to the year 2010. It was purchased new in the year 2006; therefore
x = 0 represe
Name:
MTH133
Units 3-5 Individual Project B
Name:
1)
Solve algebraically. Trial and error is not an appropriate method of solution. You
must show all your work.
Learn how to type math roots and fractions by clicking on the link in the assignment list.
Alt
For this weeks discussion, the country I chose is
Germany because I have been stationed there twice
throughout my 13-year career. In Germany, the inflation
rate in 2009 is an at all time low at -0.3% for the Euro,
the currency of choice for Germany and a
Part 1:
Using the Library, web resources, and/or other materials, find the gas mileage
of your dream car or any car of your choice. Let x be the number of miles
driven on 50 gallons of gas. By setting up and solving a proportion involving
x, find the valu
IP1
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IP1
For Part 1, I chose 60 and 75 as the lengths. Doing the
formula, I came up with areas of 14,400 and 16,785 respectively. Obviou
Name:
MTH133
Units 3-5 Individual Project B
Name:
1)
Solve algebraically. Trial and error is not an appropriate method of solution. You
must show all your work.
Learn how to type math roots and fractions by clicking on the link in the assignment list.
Alt
Name:
MTH133
Unit 1-2 Individual Project (IP3 in Unit 2)
1. The following graph shows how a 4-color web printing press depreciates from the
year 2006 to the year 2010. It was purchased new in the year 2006; therefore
x = 0 represents the year 2006.
X axis
MTH133
Unit 4 Group Project
Name: Roosvelt Porto, Neweanna Lawson, Cassie Meacham, Ronashanti Neason
Your group will develop four different population scenarios for a town. As a group, you will
decide on the name of the town and the initial population. Y
F = 1.8 C +32
C=mx+b [0.05(68) + 30
On average, temperatures in Najaf, Iraq, about 50 kilometers from where my base lies, averages
around mid-80 degrees Fahrenheit. This year, even as fall is here and summer has now gone, the daily
temperatures are low to