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Geometry
February 3
Over the course of this module I learned many new things and my knowledge about
geometry expanded. I found many things challenging but the most difficult thing for me to
understand was the how to find a ratio of line. Th
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KEITH DEVLIN: Introduction to Mathematical Thinking (Fall 2015)
ASSIGNMENT 10.2
1. Let A = cfw_r Q | r > 0 r2 > 3. Show that A has a lower bound in Q but no greatest lower bound
in Q. Give all details of the proof along the lines of the proof given in the
KEITH DEVLIN: Introduction to Mathematical Thinking (Fall 2015)
ASSIGNMENT 10.1
1. Prove that the intersection of two intervals is again an interval. Is the same true for unions?
2. Taking R as the universal set, express the following as simply as possibl
KEITH DEVLIN: Introduction to Mathematical Thinking (Fall 2015)
ASSIGNMENT 5
1. Express the following as existence assertions. (Feel free to use a mix of symbols and words.)
(a) The equation x3 = 27 has a natural number solution.
(b) 1,000,000 is not the
KEITH DEVLIN: Introduction to Mathematical Thinking (Fall 2015)
ASSIGNMENT 6
1. Show that [xA(x)] is equivalent to x[A(x)].
2. Prove that the following statement is false:
There is an even prime bigger than 2
3. Translate the following sentences into symb
KEITH DEVLIN: Introduction to Mathematical Thinking (Fall 2015)
ASSIGNMENT 1
1. Find two unambiguous (but natural sounding) sentences equivalent to the sentence The man saw
the woman with a telescope, the rst where the man has the telescope, the second wh
KEITH DEVLIN: Introduction to Mathematical Thinking (Fall 2015)
ASSIGNMENT 3
Remember, the intention is that you work with other students on the assignments. In particular, share
your attempts with others and get their feedback. It will take you much long
KEITH DEVLIN: Introduction to Mathematical Thinking (Fall 2015)
ASSIGNMENT 2
1. Simplify the following symbolic statements as much as you can, leaving your answer in the standard
symbolic form. (In case you are not familiar with the notation, Ill answer t
Math 140
In-Class Work
College of the Canyons
Chapters 13: Experiments
1. What are the 4 principles of experiment design? Include a description of each.
2. Researchers plan to investigate a new medication that may reduce blood pressure for individuals
wit
1. Two containers are filled with gases at the same temperature. In the container on the left
is a gas of molar mass 2M, volume 2V, and number of moles 2n. In the container on the
right is a gas of molar mass M, volume V, and moles n. Which is most nearly
1. What is the formula for zinc fluoride? B. ZnF2
2. What is the formula for the compound formed by lead(II) ions and chromate ions? A. PbCrO4
3. Name the compound Ni(ClO3)2? 1. Nickel(II) chlorate
4. Name the compound CF4? C. Carbon tetrafluoride
5. What
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3 3
Step 1: Recognize that the numerator is a
difference of cubes.
Step 2: Recall that a difference of cubes can be
factored as such: a3 b3 = (a b)(a2 + ab + b2)
Step 3: Factor the numerator into the following:
m3
n3 = (m n)(m2 + mn + n2)
Step 4: Rec
Problem (a.k.a. the Clockblock Problem)
The diagram below shows the circular face of a clock with radius
cm and a circular disk
with radius
cm externally tangent to the clock face at o'clock. The disk has an arrow
painted on it, initially pointing in the
Problem 13
Claudia has 12 coins, each of which is a 5-cent coin or a 10-cent coin. There are exactly 17
different values that can be obtained as combinations of one or more of her coins. How
many 10-cent coins does Claudia have?
Solution #1
Let Claudia ha
2015 AMC 10A Problems/Problem 12
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2015 AMC 10A Problems/Problem 11
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so both problems redirect to this page.
Problem 11
The ratio of the length to the width of a re
20. The difference of 10x and 3x is less than or equal to the sum of 4x and 21.
21.
The sum of 2x and 4x is greater than or equal to the sum of 3x and 36.
22.
The difference of 2x and 15 is less than or equal to the sum of 4x and 17.
23.
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Rewrite the linear system so that the like terms are arranged in columns.
8x y = 19
y + 3x = 7
4x = y 11
6y + 4x = 3
9x 2y = 5
2y = 11x + 8
Describe the first step you would use to solve the linear system.
22x y = 4
y = 6x 5
25 = x 7y
x
Write the coordinates of the point.
1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
Tell whether the ordered pair is a solution of the equation.
5. y = 2x + 2; (3, 2)
6. 2x + y = 1; (1, 3)
7. 4y 3x = 4; (0, 1)
Draw the line that has the given intercepts.
8. xintercept: 2
yintercept:
Tell whether the ordered pair is a solution of the linear system.
1. (4, 1);
x + 2y = 6
3x + y = 11
2. (4, 3);
3x + 2y = 18
6x- 2y = 27
3. (4, 3);
4x + 3y = 12
x + 2y = 6
Use the graph to solve the linear system. Check your solution.
4. x y = 8
5. 5x y =
Match the verbal sentence with the inequality. Then solve the inequality.
1. The product of 3 and x is less than or equal to 18.
A
2. The product of 18 and x is greater than or equal to 3.
B. 18x 3
3. The quotient of x and 18 is greater than or equal to 3
Match the linear system with its graph. Then use the graph to tell whether the linear
system has one solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions.
1. y + 3 = 4x
3y = 12x 9
2. 2x + y = 1
2x + y = 5
3. 3x + y = 1
2x + y = 3
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b.
c.
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Golf Clubs A sporting goods store stocks a better set of golf clubs in both left- handed
and right-handed sets. The set of left-handed golf clubs sells for x dollars and the set of
right-handed golf clubs sells for y dollars. In one month, the store sells
4.
Pavilion Rental You and three of your friends decide to rent a pavilion at a local park for
an end-of-the-school-year party. The group budget is $80. The group decides to split the cost
equally.
a. What are the possible amounts of money that each of yo