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HOMEWORK 4
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Thursday 10/10, at 6pm.
From the book: section 2.7: question 14, 22, 48, 54; 2.8: 30.
Hint: In the last question, it may be useful to think of the usual trick of multiplying and
dividing by the conjugate.
There is al
HOMEWORK 5
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Thursday 10/17, at 6pm.
From the book: section 3.2: questions 24, 54; 3.3: 12; 3.4: 22, 40.
There is also a component to be completed on WebAssign, due at the same
time. The class key is columbia 1696 0664.
On WebAss
HOMEWORK 10
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Monday 12/2, at 6pm (note the different time).
From the book: section 5.3: questions 24, 46, 68, 76; 5.4: 27, 50, 60.
There is also a component to be completed on WebAssign, due at the same
time. The class key is co
HOMEWORK 9
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Thursday 11/21, at 6pm.
From the book: section 4.9: questions 14, 32, 41, 46; 5.2: 34, 38.
There is also a component to be completed on WebAssign, due at the same
time. The class key is columbia 1696 0664.
On WebAssi
HOMEWORK 2
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Thursday 9/19, at 6pm (note the different time).
From the book: section 1.6: questions 24, 26, 62.a); 2.2: 18; 2.3: 20, 38.
There is also a component to be completed on WebAssign, due on Friday 9/20,
at 6pm (extended
HOMEWORK 8
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Thursday 11/7, at 6pm.
From the book: section 4.3: questions 26, 36, 50; 4.5: 12, 26; 4.7: 20, 28.
There is also a component to be completed on WebAssign, due at the same
time. The class key is columbia 1696 0664.
IM
HOMEWORK 6
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Thursday 10/24, at 6pm.
From the book: section 3.5: questions 16, 28; 3.6: 28, 48; 3.8: 2 (dont do part (a); you
may need a calculator for some parts of this question); 3.9: 10.
There is also a component to be comple
HOMEWORK 7
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Thursday 10/31, at 6pm.
From the book: section 4.4: questions 13, 33, 42; 4.1: 8, 10, 28, 54.
There is also a component to be completed on WebAssign, due at the same
time. The class key is columbia 1696 0664.
On WebA
HOMEWORK 3
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Thursday 9/26, at 6pm.
From the book: section 2.4: question 30; 2.5: 20, 40; 2.6: 34.
There is also a component to be completed on WebAssign, due at the same
time. The class key is columbia 1696 0664.
On WebAssign, y
HOMEWORK 1
MATH V1101, SECTION 11
Due: Wednesday 9/11, at 5pm.
From the book: section 1.1: question 58; 1.3: 14, 18; 1.5: 2
There is also a component to be completed on WebAssign, due at the same
time. The class key is columbia 1696 0664.
The written part
MA150A
Agenda
1.
Pick up old hw
2.
Quick review
3.
Grade new hw
4.
Begin Sec. 3.1
Quadratic Functions;
Parabolas
5.
Closing questions
Section 3-1 Quadratic Functions;
Parabolas
Section 3-1
Quadratic Function 2nd degree function
y = ax2 + bx + c
Section 3-
MA150A
Agenda
1.
Pick up old hw
2.
Quick review
3.
Grade new hw
4.
Discuss Sec. 2.4
Systems of Linear
Inequalities
5.
Closing questions
Section 2-4 Solutions of
Linear Inequalties
Section 2-4
Sample: Suppose that in a company producing electronic
reading
MA150A
Agenda
1.
Pick up old hw
2.
Quick review do at
the beginning of class
3.
Grade new hw
4.
Finish Sec. 2.3
Systems of Linear
Equations in 2 Var.
5.
Closing questions
Section 2-3 Systems of Linear
Equations in Two Variables
Section 2-3
Example 8: A nu
Question 1 (1 point)
Solve the problem.
Estimate the y-value associated with x = 25 as predicted by the natural logarithmic regression equation
for the following data. Round to the nearest hundredth.
Question 1 options:
a) 2.87
b) 3.07
c) 3.57
d) 3.37
Sav
Question 1 (1 point)
Solve the problem.
Wind speed varies in the first twenty meters above the ground. For a particular day, let
model the wind speed
above the ground. What is the wind speed
above the ground?
Round results to the nearest hundredth.
Questi
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date: "September 29, 2017"
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# Instructions
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Mathematics GU4051
Topology
Assignment #1
Due September 15, 2017
Read and digest 1.11.7 and 1.9 of Munkres if you are not familiar with these things.
If S is a subset of R, its complement, R\S, is defined to be cfw_x R | x 6 S.
A subset of R is said to be
Question 1 (1 point)
Solve the problem.
A balloon in the shape of a sphere is deflating. Given that t represents the time, in minutes,
since it began losing air, the radius of the balloon (in cm) is
V(r) =
Let the equation
r3 represent the volume of a sph
Applications (Linear Equations]
Question 1 1 1'1 poi1t
Solve the problem.
A repair company's charge for repairing a certain type of copY machine ts the model y = 4133 + 0.617): where y is the number of dollars charged and x is the
number of minutes the re
Find Equation of Line
Main-I1
Write the slope-intercept Emui the equamxtle line Pissing through the aneupmeipuint:
(-3.03Et9.1
_ 8 Eli
allF-F?
_ 1 l6
I_I b F=-x+
_ 3 36
x -!- er=Tx+T
_ 2 [IS
-r dllY=x+
Find Equation of Parallel or F'erpendioular Line
main
uestion 1 (1 point)
Write the equation of the line whose graph is shown.
Question 1 options:
a) y = -3x - 7
b)
y=
x+3
c) y = 3x - 7
d)
y=
x-7
Save
Question 2 (1 point)
Write the equation of the line with the given conditions.
passing through (9, 5) and pe
Question 1 (1 point)
Solve the problem.
The profit for a product is given by p = 2000 + x2 - 105x, where x is the number of units produced and
sold. Graphically find the x-intercepts of this function to find how many units will give break-even (that is
re
Question 1 (1 point)
Solve the problem.
At Allied Electronics, production has begun on the X-15 Computer Chip. The total revenue function is
given by
and the total cost function is given by
, where x represents the
number of boxes of computer chips produc
Question 1 (1 point)
Solve the problem.
Persons taking a 30-hour review course to prepare for a standardized exam average a score
of 620 on that exam. Persons taking a 70-hour review course average a score of 747. Find a
linear function S(t), which fits t