Alex Jaramillo
Prof. Elenica Stojanovska
MA1210
Lab 5.1
1.
a. A = xy
b. 150 = 2x + y
c. 150 = 2x + y
150 2x = y
d. a = 150x 2x2
e. f(x) = -2x2 + 150x + 0
f. area is max when x = 39
g. 72
h. 2810
2. The continuous equation for the area is as follows for si

Alex Jaramillo
Prof. Elenica Stojanovska
MA1210
Lab 4.1
1. The Vertical Line test is a common method to determine if a graph is a function.
In this test, a vertical line is drawn on the graph to see if there is more than one
crossing point on the graph, i

Alex Jaramillo
Prof. Elenica Stojanovska
MA1210
Ex. 3.1
School of Information Technology
y = 0.022x2 + 0.25
1. a. y = 0.022(7)2 + 0.25, y = 1.328GB
b. 14 = 0.022x2 + 0.25, 13.75 = 0.022x2, 625 = x2, x = 25. The year will be 2025.
c. 0.022x2 + 0.25, x = 0/

Module 1 Fundamentals of Algebra, Part 1
Alex Jaramillo
Exercise 1.1
MA1210
Professor Elenica Stojanovska
1. (35 points) The following formula estimates the number of Facebook users, in
millions, since 2008. Assume this trend continues and use the followi

Module 1 Fundamentals of Algebra, Part 2
Alex Jaramillo
Exercise 2.1
MA1210
Professor Elenica Stojanovska
1. (30 points) The following formula describes a large companys number of viruses,
V, on employee computers. The variable, t, is time, in years, sinc

Alex Jaramillo
Prof. Elenica Stojanovska
MA1210
Lab 3.1
1. a. y = 20,000 2,800x
b. 20,000 2,800(5) =
20,000 14,000 =
6,000
The graph shows about 7,400 at five years.
c. y = value of car, x = years
d. The y intercept is 20,000 and the x intercept is about