MAT 106
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MAT 106
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MAT 106
1. Given the following graph, fill out the table below:
Property
Values
Set of Vertices
6
The size of the graph
6
Degree of the Vertex 3
2
Show one path from 1 to 6
1 -> 5 -> 4
MAT 106
Running head: MAT 106
MAT 106
Trident University International
MAT 106
Module 5
Case Assignment
1. Given the following tree, fill out the table below:
Property
Is this rooted tree?
Leaf vertices
Internal vertices
Ancestors of vertice H
Descendants
MAT 106
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MAT 106
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MAT 106
Over the past eight weeks I have really improved in overall logic. I can see why this course was
designed to help with programming because it teaches you the same logic that is
MAT 106
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MAT 106
Trident University International
MAT 106
Module 3
Case Assignment
1. The format of telephone numbers in North America is specified by a numbering plan. A
telephone number consists of 10 digits, which are split into a
Describe the concept of a complete graph? Provide an example of a four-vertex graph for your
classmates to solve for an adjacency list. Check and respond to the solutions posted by your classmates.
A complete graph is known as a graph that all vertexes co
Describe the concept of a complete graph? Provide an example of a four-vertex graph for your
classmates to solve for an adjacency list. Check and respond to the solutions posted by your classmates.
A complete graph is known as a graph that all vertexes co
Discuss how this course improved your quantitative reasoning and problem solving. Are there any
concepts that you can apply in your personal or professional life? Identify and discuss two topics that
you enjoyed learning.
Krishan,
I agree with you. This c
Provide two real-world applications of a tree in business, economics or the sciences (but not a family
tree). Describe, in enough detail to make clear to your classmates, why a tree layout would be useful for
these situations. Comment on whether the trees
Provide two real-world applications of a tree in business, economics or the sciences (but not a family
tree). Describe, in enough detail to make clear to your classmates, why a tree layout would be useful for
these situations. Comment on whether the trees
Please respond to both questions.
1. A machine shop has eight screw machines but only three spaces available in the
production area for the machine. In how many different ways can the eight machines be
arranged in the three spaces available? 8 screw machi
MAT 106
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MAT 106
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Author Note
This paper was prepared for MAT 106, module 1 case taught by Professor Bibb
06/11/2016.
MAT 106
Module 1
Case Assignment
1. Which of these are propositions? Wha
Please respond to both questions.
1. A machine shop has eight screw machines but only three spaces available in the
production area for the machine. In how many different ways can the eight machines be
arranged in the three spaces available? 8 screw machi
Discuss how this course improved your quantitative reasoning and problem solving. Are there any
concepts that you can apply in your personal or professional life? Identify and discuss two topics that
you enjoyed learning.
This course helped improve my qua
MAT 106
Running head: MAT 106
MAT 106
MAT 106
Module 2
Case Assignment
1. Which of the two sets are equivalent?
a) A = cfw_a, c, b B = cfw_a, b, c
b) A = cfw_a, b, c B = cfw_a, c, d
c) A = cfw_a, b, c, a, b, c B = cfw_a, b, c
a) A = cfw_a, c, b B = cfw_a,
Please respond to both questions.
1. A machine shop has eight screw machines but only three spaces available in the
production area for the machine. In how many different ways can the eight machines be
arranged in the three spaces available? 8 screw machi
Is a proper subset different from a regular subset? Is an empty set a proper subset? Provide an example
of a set for your classmates to solve for a proper subset and an empty set. Check and respond to the
replies to your examples.
Brandon,
Great explanati
Is a proper subset different from a regular subset? Is an empty set a proper subset? Provide an example
of a set for your classmates to solve for a proper subset and an empty set. Check and respond to the
replies to your examples.
Steve,
That was a great
Is a proper subset different from a regular subset? Is an empty set a proper subset? Provide an example
of a set for your classmates to solve for a proper subset and an empty set. Check and respond to the
replies to your examples.
A proper subset and a re
How are propositions and tautologies different? Describe their differences with the aid of an example of
a proposition and a tautology. Review the examples posted by your classmates. Do you agree that the
examples posted are propositions and tautologies?
How are propositions and tautologies different? Describe their differences with the aid of an example of
a proposition and a tautology. Review the examples posted by your classmates. Do you agree that the
examples posted are propositions and tautologies?
How are propositions and tautologies different? Describe their differences with the aid of an example of
a proposition and a tautology. Review the examples posted by your classmates. Do you agree that the
examples posted are propositions and tautologies?
Ihaveneverfeltwhatitisliketodriveabrandnewtruck.Iknowthatbuyingnewistheworstfinancial
decisiononecouldmake,butIstillwanttoknowwhatitfeelsliketobuyabrandnewtruck.Some
dealersofferfreemaintenancefor23years,whichwouldbenice.Iwouldlovetoknowwhatitfeelslike
to
My date of birth was August 31, 1973 = 08/31/73
a3-b3 / I multiplied 8 three times as the exponent dictates and subtracted the total of -313
to get a total of 30,303
For the next equation I followed the directions with the integers and variables.
(8-(-31)
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Simplifying Expressions
Richard G Cox
MAT221 Introduction to Algebra
Instructor Sharon Edwards
April 5, 2014
Running Head: SIMPLIFYING
2
In this assignment I will be utilizing terms such as simplify, like terms, coefficient,
di
Running Head: INEQUALITIES
1
Inequalities
Richard Cox
MAT221 Introduction to Algebra
Instructor Sharon Edwards
April 14, 2014
Running Head: INEQUALITIES
This assignment is designed to demonstrate the ability to solve Body Mass Index (BMI),
explain why the
For one line to be parallel to each other means that they do not intersect at any point and
share the same slope. For lines to be perpendicular to each other means they intersect at one
point at a right angle to each other and their slope is the negative
I am completing problems 58 and 88 on page 345-6 and 34 on page 353
58. h2-9hs+9s2
I use a method that is very similar to what I call the box method. Ultimately it requires the same.
If the sum of b = ac then we can plug in the remaining integers and sign
Running Head: TWO-VARIABLE INEQUALITY
Two-Variable Inequality
Richard G Cox
MAT221-Introduction to Algebra
Instructor Sharon Edwards
April 19, 2014
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Running Head: TWO-VARIABLE
2
Two-Variable Inequality
In this assignment I am to write a linear inequality
With first letter of my last name being a C I will be solving for a using adult dose of 500mg
amoxicillin and an 11 year old child AND I will be solving for b using adult dose 250mg and
52mg child.
Cowlings Rule
d=
D ( a+1 )
24
This is the literal equatio
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Pythagorean Quadratic
Richard G Cox
Mat 221
Instructor Sharon Edwards
May 7, 2014
1
Running Head: PYTHAGOREAN
2
On this, our final hurrah, we are to once again mix English class with Algebra (Im just
kidding Sharon). To