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RUNNING HEAD: EXPONENTIAL GROWTH
Exponential Growth
Carrie L. Ells
Argosy University
MAT106 Quantitative Literacy
Pamela Kimbrough
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RUNNING HEAD: EXPONENTIAL GROWTH
Calculating the growth in population of the great horned owl in Wisconsin and Minnesota
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RUNNING HEAD: LINEAR REGRESSION
Linear Regression
Carrie L. Ells
Argosy University
Quantitative Literacy MAT106
Pamela Kimbrough
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RUNNING HEAD: LINEAR REGRESSION
The sample selected was to see if there was correlation between hours of study and resulti
The example I found for use of percentages to describe change was an absolute change in the price of
gas between September 20 and September 30.
(1.651.83)100=0.18(100)=18%pergallon
The gas of price decreased by 18% per gallon (math.umb.edu, n.d.)
The exam
I have to admit I am not a big fan of politics, I do however vote during every election. I am not just talking
about my civic responsibility as an American to vote for the President of the United States, I also vote
during our local elections as well. I f
The statistical study I chose was women and tobacco use. This is a broad study conducted across the
United States in 2008 by the American Lung Association. It stated that 21.1 million (18.3%) women
smoked compared to 24.8 million (23.1%) men. The study st
According to the Pythagoras theorem the sum of the squares of two sides of a right triangle is equal to
the square of the hypotenuse. E.g. Let one side of the right triangle is a, the other side is b and
hypotenuse is given by c. According to the Pythagor
The first commercial I looked at was an Axe Effect commercial. This commercial represents the False
Cause fallacy. Its basically saying that the effect of the axe body spray can get you any girl you want, to
include someone elses girl. The sad fact of the
The first advertisement was of Axe. Axe body spray commercials uses hasty generalization, by believing
that every guy that uses Axe becomes a chick magnet. In the commercial it shows a guy spraying
himself with chocolate scented spray, then he turns into
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EXPONENTIAL GROWTH IN THE RALEIGH NC AREA
Exponential Growth in the Raleigh NC area (Module 5)
Tammy Torres
Argosy University
Quantitative Literacy MAT106
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EXPONENTIAL GROWTH IN THE RALEIGH NC AREA
Doing the calculations based on the graph I was very c
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LINEAR REGRESSION
Linear Regression (Module 3)
Tammy Torres
Argosy University
MAT106 Quantitative Literacy
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LINEAR REGRESSION
Every College student has their own way to study and how long they study. Unlike
children in middle school and sometimes high
Running head: COSTING SYSTEMS
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1. Production Cost per unit using Original Costing System
Original Production Cost Per Unit
Total Labor Hours
Job A
8000
Labor Costs
$160,000 $12,000
Overhead
$176,000 $13,200
Total Cost
Number of Units
$556,000 $55,200
100
Consider a supplier of agricultural equipment is producing two products tractors and
threshers. The firm is deciding how much of two products should be produced. The firm will
decide how much to produce each good in such a way that the profit of the firm
Running head: THE APPORTIONMENT PROBLEM
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The Apportionment Problem
General Education Mathematics/MAT109
Santina Wood
3/28/2016
Instructor Elena Kauffman
THE APPORTIONMENT PROBLEM
You are a census officer in a newly democratic nation and you have bee
Instructor
You asked in part:
How do we start to prevent (or can we at all) and fix this issue of money pulling at
our leaders ethical compass?
Unfortunately, there is never going to be a cure-all for ethics violations; especially
those that are perpetrat
Running head: [SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS] 1
M3_A2 LASA
Emily Price
[SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS] 2
1. Report the sample you selected and the question that was explored in the study.
I selected 21 hours of study resulted in a grade of 91.
During my search of Google, I found this systematic problem solving that could help
anyone in life. This problem involves a broken computer that needs to be fixed which can
happen to anyone at any time. The computer is making a strange noise and does not
Module 2 Discussion
I am a traveling salesman who sells exercise equipment to companies who are interested
in installing the equipment in their business for employee use during their breaks. During
my traveling, I will be visiting clients in Philadelphia,
Module 4 Discussion
I am in Pennsylvania and the population as of 2014 is 12,787,209. The annual growth rate
for the state is 0.24%.
Determine the population of your state 10 years from now.
P(1 + r)n
12,787,209 (1 + .0024)10
= 12,787,209 (1.0024)10
= 13,
Module 5 Discussion
Who receives the collection of frogs?
Abraham receives the collection of frogs.
What is each persons fair share of the monetary value of the collection?
Abraham: $12000/3 = $4000
Bobby: $6000/3 = $2000
Charlene: $9000/3 = $3000
Why is
Module 1 Discussion
After researching the Polyas principles, I have come up with this example of
mathematical problem solving. This problem involves a number pattern and what
continues in the pattern. Mary did a written number pattern that begins with 1,
Module 3 Discussion
How is consumer debt different today than in the past?
Consumer debt in 1980 was $1,540 per person that was 7.3% of the average
household income of $21,000. In 2013, consumer debt rose to $9,800 per of which is
13.4% of household incom
Module 3 LASA Template
How to use this Template:
Please do not remove or delete anything from this template.
Where you see the words Please show your work here please show all calculations and
explanations that helped you to reach your final answer.
Where
Module 5 LASA Template
How to use the template:
Please do not delete anything from the template except for the words you fill out. Simply place your answers where requested below, and
be sure to show and explain all of your work. Please also attach your E
The Initial Population of Hope Mills, NC in 1902
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The Initial Population of Hope Mills, NC in 1902 and the
Future Population of Hope Mills, NC
LASA 2: Exponential Growth
Danielle R. Ferrante
Argosy University
Author Note
Danielle Ferrante, Bachelor Degre
The Correlation Between the Amounts of Hours Spent Studying
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The Correlation Between the Amounts of Hours Spent Studying
And the Grades Received On Exams
LASA 1: Linear Regression
Danielle R. Ferrante
Argosy University
Author Note
Danielle Ferrante, Bach
Santina Wood
MAT106
02/14/2015
* In the near future, Congress and the states will abolish the process of voting at the polls in the
United States. Instead, all citizens will cast their votes via an approved and secure smartphone
app.
Describe what changes