MATH 140
LIMITED LOGISTIC GROWTH MODEL ACTIVITY
Objective: Extend your understanding of the mathematical model for limited logistic growth, by
generating graphs, describing model behavior for an appli
8.4
14. Solve by the Substitution Method
xy=4;
x 2+ y 2 =8
4
xy=4 x= y
4
y
Insert
for x and solve for y:
x 2+ y 2 =8
42 2
16
+ y =8 2 + y2 =8
y
y
Multiply all sides with
4
16+ y =8 y
y2 :
2
Re-write
Carl Friedrich Gauss
Hollie Kepic
Math 140
15 January 2016
Carl Friedrich Gauss was a prodigious man who, by the age of ten, had far surpassed
those around him. When he was 14 years old, he met with o
EXERCISE SETS
Hollie Kepic
MATH 140
12/10/2015
Exercise Set 3.4 page 387
Problem 9
f ( x )=x 3 + x 24 x 4
a. List all rational zeros
1, -1, 2, -2, 4, -4
b. Use synthetic division to test possible rati
Logistic Functions Set
Module 6
Hollie Kepic
12/20/2015
Math 140
Task 1
17
1 lightyear is the equivalent of about 9.5* 10 cm
1light year
17
9.510 cm
The equation is
=
( 2100 )( 1 light year
)
1012 = 1
Logarithms: Where and How Today
Ive read that the originators of logarithms date back to 1550s where two
individuals were said to have pioneers them at nearly the same time. They were
John Napier and
Task 1
17
1 lightyear is the equivalent of about 9.5* 10 cm
1light year
17
9.510 cm
The equation is
=
( 2100 )( 1 light year
)
1012 = 1.3 trillion
17
9.510 cm = 1.3*
lightyears
Task 2
Verhulst
Task 3
Exercise 8.2
8:
The system of equations:
x y 3z 8
3 x y 2 z 2
2x 4 y z 0
The equations in matrix form
1 1 3 x 8
3 1 2 y 2
2 4 1 z 0
The augmented matrix
1 1 3 8
3 1 2 2
2 4 1 0
Convert t
Gaussian Elimination
Exercise-Module 8
Math 140
1/13/2016
2016
*Please note: I downloaded a trial for mathtype 6.0 to see if I liked it any better than the normal
equation editor. That is why my equat