Math 106
Quiz 2
Math 106 Quiz 2
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Professor: Sonya McQueen
Instructions:
The quiz is worth 100 points. There are 10 problems, each worth 10 points. Your score on the quiz will
be converted to a p
MATH 106 / STAT 200 Contingency Table
Spring 2016
How to Build and Use Contingency Tables
(MATH 106 Weeks 4 & 5; STAT 200 Weeks 2 & 3)
One of the best tools to help people understand counting principl
Inequalities, interval notation, and number lines:
Remember: when we multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by a negative
number, we change the direction of the inequality sign in that step.
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How to create a number line solution set from your keyboard
We often graph the solution set to an inequality on a number line. You may be
wondering how we can create these kinds of graphs from the key
Quiz 2
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Quiz 3
1) Solve the following system by Gaussian elimination:
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2) You invested $25,000 into two accounts: one that has simple
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Quiz 4
Solve the following problem using the graphical method. Choose your variables, write the objective
function and the constraints, graph the constraints, shade the feasibility region
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1. Mary owes June $800, and wants to pay her off. She decides to borrow the amount from her
bank at a discount rate of 12%. If she borrows the money for 10 months,
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Directions:
- Read and sign the academic honesty certification statement below, then read the questions
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MATH 106 QUIZ 1
Instructor: Cheryl Ryan
NAME_
Fall 2016
INSTRUCTIONS
The quiz is worth 100 points total.
The quiz covers mathematics of finance (Applied Finite Mathematics, Chapter 9: Mathematics of
MATH 106
Competency 204 Counting
V1.0 (Summer 2016)
Counting Techniques Decision Tree
How many things will you be making
groups from? This value = n
How many of those things per group?
This value = r
MATH 106 QUIZ 2
Instructor: Cheryl Ryan
NAME_
Fall 2016
INSTRUCTIONS
The quiz is worth 100 points total.
The quiz covers linear equations, inequalities, and models (Basic Mathematics Review, Chapter
Statistics Project For this assignment, you will implement a project involving statistical procedures. You
will be expected to analyze, interpret, and evaluate information using appropriate technologi
Math 106
Quiz 4
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Math 106 Quiz 4
Professor: Sonya McQueen
Name_ Date_16/10/2016_
Instructions:
The quiz is worth 100 points. There are 10 problems, each worth 10 points. Your score on the quiz w
Running head: HOME MORTGAGE LOAN
Calculating Home Mortgage Loan
Name- Frank Runge
Calculating Home Mortgage Loan
1. Find a description, asking price, and real estate taxes of a house for sale, and dec
Math 106
Quiz 5
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Math 106 Quiz 5
Professor: Sonya McQueen
Name_Frank Runge_
Instructions:
The quiz is worth 100 points. There are 10 problems, each worth 10 points. Your score on the quiz will
b
Purpose: Compare the amount of sugar in a standard serving size of different brands ofcereal.
Procedure: Go to the grocery store (or your pantry) and pick at least 10 different brands of
cereal. (In
Math 106
Quiz 6
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MAT 106 Quiz 6
Professor: Sonya McQueen
Name_Frank Runge_
Date_26/10/2016_
Instructions:
The quiz is worth 100 points. There are 10 problems, each worth 10 points. Your score on
MATH 106 QUIZ 4
Instructor: Cheryl Ryan
NAME_
Fall 2016
INSTRUCTIONS
The quiz is worth 100 points total.
The quiz covers linear programming, sets and counting (Applied Finite Mathematics Chapters 5,
MATH 106 QUIZ 5
Instructor: Cheryl Ryan
NAME_
Fall 2016
INSTRUCTIONS
The quiz is worth 100 points total.
The quiz covers probability (Applied Finite Mathematics, Chapters 13, 14, 15 and 16).
The qu
Math 106
Quiz 3
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MAT106 Quiz 3
Professor: Sonya McQueen
Instructions:
The quiz is worth 100 points. There are 10 problems, each worth 10 points. Your score on the quiz will
be converted to a per