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Module 6 Lab 6
1. A phone company has two different phone plans from which you can choose.
Plan A: $40 a month for unlimited calling
Plan B: $20 a month plus $0.10 a minute
Based on the infor
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Module 5 Discussion
Jane, an expert in vectors, and Jill, a student with inaccurate knowledge of vectors,
made the following statements. Based on your understanding of vectors, identify the
sta
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2. Let u = 8i 6j and v = 5i + 8j. Find the vector u + v.
u = 8i 6j
v = -5i + 8j
Answer: u + v = 3i + 2j
3. Find the unit vector that has the same direction as vector v = 12j.
Answe
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Module 2 Exercise 1
1. The data in the table provided does not represent a probability distribution, because it
doesnt add up to 1
2. N= 100 P=1/5= .2
a. Mean= 100(.2)= 20
b. Stand
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Module 4 Exercise 1
Task 1:
The first obvious thing is that the sample sizes are different making the result inaccurate of the
bat. Also since the student surveyed her friends it d
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Exercise 2.2
Task 1
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To me the pie chart is the best graphical representation of
MA1310: Module 4 Applications of Trigonometry
(r,) and (-r , +180) are the same point because adding 180 takes you to the
exact opposite side of the unit circle , but the MINUS r brings you back to wh
MA1310: Module 6 Binomial Theorem, Counting Principle, Permutation, and
Combination
The binomial coefficient is the number of ways of picking unordered outcomes
from possibilities, also known as a com
MA1310: Module 5 Vectors and Conic Sections
Directed Line Segment: A directed line segment is a portion of a line that has both
a magnitude and direction. Magnitude: A magnitude is the length of a lin
MA1310: Module 5 Vectors and Conic Sections
An ellipse is defined by two points, each called a focus. If you take any point on
the ellipse, the sum of the distances to the focus points is constant.
Th
MA1310: Module 3 Trigonometric Functions
A=1
B=1
C = /2
D=2
E = 1.57
F = i. y = -cot(x)
ii. y = tan(x)
iii. y = -tan(x)
iv. y = cot(x)
Find the exact value?
A = 60
B = 150
C = -45
D = 4.1888
E = .28 o
MA1310: Module 4 Applications of Trigonometry
B = 35
b = 9.262
c = 16.03
You will get 2 triangles
sin x = (7/5)sin 70 = 1.316, which is impossible. With angle A = 70 opposite the
side of length 7, the
MA1310: Module 2 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Solve the following exponential equation by expressing each side as a power of
the same base and then equating exponents:
6x = 216? 6x=216x=3.2
S
MA1310: Module 2 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Answer the following questions to complete this exercise:
What is an exponential function? It is a constant raised to a power of.
What is a natur
MA1310: Module Trigonometric Functions
a. sin 60 = sqr(3)/2
b. the tan of 45 is 1
c. = cot(pi/3) = 1/tan(pi/3) = 1/(1/root(3) = root(3)
2. Quadrant 0 lies in? the 4th quadrant
3. Find exact quadrant 0
MA1310: Module 1 Sequences Exercise 1.1 Sequences and Notations
Answer the following questions to complete this exercise:
Describe an arithmetic sequence in two sentences.
In an Arithmetic Sequence th