MATH125: Unit 3 Individual Project
Does it make more sense to buy or lease a car from a dealership?
Being well-informed, at least knowing the right questions to ask, can save you from being taken
advantage of. The purchase of a car involves so many variab
MATH125: Unit 2 Individual Project
Ebony Hill
Question 1: CONSUMER CREDIT
1. Assume you bought new appliances for your newly renovated home. Based on the first
letter of your last name, choose the total value of the appliances that you have purchased.
Thi
Scenario:
You are on your way to a very important doctors appointment and just barely have
enough time to get to the appointment. You know that if you do not get to the appointment on
time, it will cost you $200 and you will not be able to get another app
Ebony Hill
1. UNDERSTANDING THE PROBLEM
The bedroom is 14ft. 3in by 16ft
The ceiling is 8ft
Paint covers 75sq. (gallon at 33.50 per gallon)
Bright paint is 28.50 per gallon that will only cover 50sq
The one window in the room is 3ft. 4in by 5ft wont be pa
1)
2)
3)
4)
Principal value (p) of new car = 3000
Interest rate of (r)of new car = 2%
Time (t) would be = 6
Monthly payment 76.52
I = Prt
= 3000
( 1002 ) ( 6)
= 360
5) 76.52 x 12 x 6 = 5509.44 + 3000 = 8509.44
6) Monthly interest pay equals 76.52
7) 3000
Obafemi Jaji
Math 125 Week 2
1) The total value of appliances, P = $5,499.5
2) Annual interest rate in decimal form, r = 0.23
3) I = 5,499.5 x 0.23 x 2 = $2,529.77
If delayed interest would be $2,529.77
4) Appliance = P + I
5,499.5 x 2,529.77 = 8,029.27
T
MATH125: Unit 1 Individual Project
Mathematical Modeling and Problem Solving
All commonly used formulas for geometric objects are really mathematical models of the characteristics
of physical objects.For example, the characteristic of the volume inside a
Analysis of Data
1
Visual Representation and Analysis of Data
Monica Kennedy
American Intercontinental University
Analysis of Data
2
Analysis of Data
Continue- The rest of Week 5 IP
5.) Which of these three chart types do you think gives the most useful v
MATH125: Unit 1 Individual Project
Mathematical Modeling and Problem Solving
All commonly used formulas for geometric objects are really mathematical models of the characteristics
of physical objects. For example, the characteristic of the volume inside a
Polyas First Principle: Understand the problem
This seems so obvious that it is often not even mentioned, yet studens are often stymied in their eorts
to solve problems simply because they dont understand it fully, or even in part. Polya taught teachers t
MATH125: Unit 4 Individual Project
Counting Techniques and Introduction to Probability
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Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of
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Hawaii
Idaho
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Katelynn Miller
Live Chat
Unit 4 3/6/2016
Math125
1. 2012 crime statistics:
Murder
Rape
Robbery
Assault
Burglary
Theft
Autotheft
Total
419
1,162
20,201
31,211
18,635
115,935
8,190
195,753
a) Probability that robbery was committed? 20,201/195,753 = 0.103 o
Katelynn Miller
Math125
Live Chat Unit 2
Part 1:
a) If I was to deposit $25,000 with 6.25% simple interest, how much interest would I
acquire after 40 years?
b) I = 25,000 0.0625 40
I = $62,500
What would my total retirement fund include after 40 years wi
Katelynn Miller
Live Chat Unit 1
2/2/16
Math125
Part 1: I graduated high school at 15 years of age. My past with math has not been so
could it has always been my least favorite subject and the one I struggle with the most. I am in
college because I want t
Katelynn Miller
03/08/2016
Math125
MATH125: Unit 4 Individual Project
Counting Techniques and Introduction to Probability
State
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of
Columbia
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois3
Indiana
Io
Katelynn Miller
2/28/2016
Math125
MATH125: Unit 3 Individual Project
Logic and Decision Making
Does it make more sense to buy or lease a car from a dealership?
Being well-informed, at least knowing the right questions to ask, can save you from being taken
Katelynn Miller
Math125
Unit 2
02/21/2016
MATH125: Unit 2 Individual Project
Number Sense, Estimation, and Financial Computations
Be sure to show ALL of your work details. Submit your answers in a Word document in the Unit 2 IP
Submissions area.
Question
Katelynn Miller
Math125
2/2/16
Assignment 1 Unit 1
This assignment was a challenge for me to understand without the live chat I probably
would not been able to complete it. I used George Ployas problem-solving techniques by first
assessing my problem, whi