MA1210 College Math 1
Wynoard Williams
10/13/2015
Exercise 3.1
School of Technology
2
y=0.022 x + 0.25
1.)
a.) Find the avg RAM installed on PCs in the year 2007
2
y=0.022 x + 0.25
2
y=0.022(7) 0.25
y=1.078+0.25
y=1.328
b.) If this trend continues, in whi
MA1210 College Math 1
11/4/2015
Lab 5.1
.1) a. A = X*Y
b. 150 = 2X + y
c. Y = 150 2X
2
d. A = X * Y = X * (150 2X) = 150X 2 X
2
e. f(x) = -2 X 150 X
f.
b
150
150
=
=
=37.5 ( max ( X value ) )
2a
4
2 (2 )
) ( )
(
g. Y = 150 2(37.5) = 75 (Y value)
h. A = X
MA1210 College Mathematics I
Wynoard Williams
9/22/2015
Exercise 1.1
School of Electronics Technology
1.) 24x 180; the formula for estimating the number of smartphone users, in millions, since
2010; x represents the number of years past 2000; find the pro
MA1210 College Math 1
10/22/2015
WYNOARD WILLIAMS
Exercise 4.1
School of Electronics Technology
1.) In power system generalized Ohm and Kirchhoff laws can be sufficient, but more
important you need to know the philosophy of the problem you solve. for othe
MA1210 College Math 1
11/6/2015
Wynoard Williams
Exercise 5.1
1. a Cost function = C(x) = 1800 + 8x
b Average Cost functions =
1800+8 x
x
1800+ 8 (200 )
=$ 98
( 200 )
c AC(200) =
AC(1500)
AC ( x )=
1800+ 8 ( 1500 )
=$ 20
( 1500 )
d Average Cost functions
MA1210 College Mathematics 1
Wynoard Williams
9/29/2015
Exercise 2.1
School of Electronics Technology
V =2 t+13
1.)
a. How many views did the video have after 1 hour (t = 1)
V =2 1+ 13
V =2+13
V =15
b. How many views did the video have after 4 hours ( t =
MA1210 College Mathematics I
Wynoard Williams
Wynoard Williams (19767546)
Lab 2.1
Factoring Polynomials
1
a.) X^2 14X + 45
X^ 2 14X + 45; 9 * 5 gives you 45 & -9 + (-5) gives you -14 so your answer would be
(X 9) (X 5)
b.) X^2 8X +15
X^2 8X +15; 3 * 5 giv
Rodriguez1
Tammy Rodriguez
Mrs. Farcasiu
Statistics
3/3/15
Unit 6 Problem Set 1 Hypothesis Testing
8-2 10. The proportion of people aged 18 to 25 who currently use illicit drugs is equal to
0.20 (or 20%).
Original claim: p=0.20
H- : p = 0.20
H-1: p 0.20
8
Rodriguez1
Tammy Rodriguez
Mrs. Farcasiu
Statistics
3/3/15
Unit 5 Problem Set 1 Estimates and Sample Sizes
7-2 6.
I used this formula in excel: =NORMSINV(0.9975) = 2.807033768
7-2 20.
E = 1.645 (0.35)(0.65)/1780 = 0.0186
7-2. 24.
7-2 34. Misleading Survey
Rodriguez1
Tammy Rodriguez
Mrs. Farcasiu
Statistic
3/3/15
Unit 4 Problem Set 1: Normal Probability Distributions
6-3 6.
This is the formula that I used in Excel: =1-NORM.DIST(80,100,15,1)
This is the answer: 0.90878878
6-3 8.
This is the formula that I us
Rodriguez1
Tammy Rodriguez
Mrs. Farcasiu
Statistics
3/3/15
Unit 3 problem Set 1 Discrete and Normal Distributions
5-2 10. Eye Color Group of five babies are randomly selected. In each group, the random
variable x is the number of babies with green eyes (b
Rodriguez1
Tammy Rodriguez
Mrs. Farcacui
Statistics
3/3/15
Unit 2 Problem Set 1: Descriptive Statistics and Probability
3-2 8. FICO Scores.
No, the mean of the of the FICO scores that are presented is 761.
3-3 8. FICO Scores.
Based on the results that is
Rodriguez1
Tammy Rodriguez
Mrs. Farcasiu
Statistics
3/3/15
Unit 1 Problem Set 1: Using Statistical Thinking and Summarizing Data
1-2 26. Surgery versus Splints.
a. No.
b. I believe the study does have statistical significance; it shows the success rates o
College Mathematics l.U2.GA2.Unit 2 Problem Set
NAME: Will/(L
Unit 2. Assignment 3: Unit 2 Problem Set
Learning Objectives and Outcomes
4. Solve linear equations.
Solve rational equations with variables in the denominator.
Soive a formula for a given var
Algebra Review
Systems of Linear Equations
(continued)
Elimination Method
i. Write the equations in standard form:
Ax + By = C.
ii. Multiply one or both equations by appro-
priate numbers so that the sum of the
coefficient of one variable is 0.
iii. A
Section 1.5
Quadratic Equations
Definition of a Quadratic Equation
A quadratic equation in x is an equation that can be written
in the general form
ax 2 +bx +x =0,
where a, b, and c are real numbers, with a 0. A quadratic
equation in x is also called a se
College Mathematics l.U1.GA2.Unit 1 Problem Set
Unit 1 Assignment 1: Unit 1 Problem Set
Learning Objectives and Outcomes
a Use fundamental concepts of algebra to work with expressions and mathematical models.
- Plot points in the rectangular coordinate sy
STEVEN CARTER
UNIT 4
IS1320
LAB 4
1. What are the three types of IPv4 classes and what are the maximum amount of
addresses they can facilitate respectively?
A= 16,777,216
B= 65,536
C= 256
2. What are the private address ranges of each of the three IPv4 cl
STEVEN CARTER
IS3120
UNIT 5 ASSIGNMENT
A WLAN Solution
Procedures to be performed prior to installation should include that any power, air
conditioning, circuit installation, or other work has been completed prior to the implementation
team's arrival. Ens
STEVEN CARTER
IS1320
UNIT 5
LAB 5
lab
NO
1
Vulnerability
No
Configure/Po
or Security
2
No Set
Physical
boundaries
Description
not
functional, or the
service set identifiers
(SSIDs) are not
changed, this can
cause external
attacks. Also, if an
access point
STEVEN CARTER
IS1320
UNIT 3
LAB 3
SCREEN SHOTS & QUESTION & ANSWERS
1. What is the purpose of the address resolution protocol (ARP)?
IP to host name resolution, host name to IP address resolution, Mac to IP address
resolution, and IP to Mac address resolu
STEVEN CARTER
1S1320
DISCUSSION:
CONNECTIONLESS vs CONNECTION-ORIENTED COMMUNICATIONS
Medium
Wired
Disadvantages
equipment is inexpensive
Running the wires from each room within
the home can be a difficult task.
computers have a wired network
adapter
Netw
Steven carter
IS3120
FINAL PROJECT
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