Sabrina Carter (10086215)
Lab 6
1. The minute hand of a clock moves from 3 o clock to 6 o clock, or of a complete revolution.
Through how many degrees does it move?
a. A whole revolution is 360 degrees (1/4)* 360 = 90 degrees
2. The minute hand of a clock
Tristan Gata
MA1210
Lab 4.1
1. (10 points) What test can we use to determine if a graph is a function or not? Explain
in your own words.
Answer:
The Vertical Line Test is the test that we can use to determine if a graph is a
function or not. By using the
Sabrina Carter (10086215)
MA1210: Module 4 Functions and Their Graphs Lab 4.1 Transformation, Composite, and Inverse Functions
This lab includes problems based on graphing various functions and application problems involving the slope and
equations of lin
Sabrina Carter 10/18/2015
Title: Linear Equations and Matrices
This lab will include solving linear systems. Additionally, this lab will include writing the
augmented matrix for a linear system and then solving linear systems using the matrix.
Recommended
MA1310: Module 4 Complex Numbers and Polar Coordinates
Austin Mailloux
1. B = 35
b = 9.262
c = 16.03
2. 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 Law of Sines gives
sin
Sabrina Carter
1. You have 150 yards of fencing to enclose a rectangular region. One side of the rectangle
does not need fenced.
a. Write the equation for area. A=xy
b. Write the equation for the fencing. 150 = 2x+y
c. Solve the equation for fencing for y
MA1210- Module 1
Translating Word Problems: Examples
Translate "the sum of 8 and y" into an algebraic expression.
This translates to "8 + y"
Translate "4 less than x" into an algebraic expression.
This translates to "x 4"
Remember? "Less than" is backward
MA1210- Module 1
Simplifying Expression:
In general, it is simpler if it is easier to use.
Example 1: Simplify 5x + x - 3
= 6x - 3
Example 2 : 3x + 2(x 4)
= 3x + 2x 8
= 5x 8
Problem 1:
a)
b)
d
)
c)
e)
Evaluating Expressions
In an algebraic expression, let
Problem 1.
$256-14-35-15 =192-52=$140
Her account is minus $-14 to start then she is charged a $35. fee on top of that which
brings her account to a negative $-49 then she is charged a additional $5. a day for ever day she
is over drawn which was 3 days.
I'm doing problem 29 even though I'm still having a hard time with it I'm slowly getting it
2x^2+5x-12
take all the exponents away
2*12=24 multiply the first term with the last number
then find two factors of 24 that add up to the middle term of 5
-24+1=2
MA1210_DG_Ex5-1.docx
School of Information Technology
1. (35 points) A large technology company is planning to start a new technical support program. The fixed
monthly cost of the program will be $22,000 and it will cost $150 per user. This includes all e
MA1210: College Mathematics I_V6.0 > Module 3 > Submit Exercise > Exercise
School of Information Technology
1. (30 points) The following quadratic equation describes the average RAM installed, , in
Gigabytes, on PCs t years after 2000.
= 0.0222 + 0.25
a.
Tristan Gata
MA1210
Exercise 4.1
1. (25 points) The media access control (MAC) address of a network interface is a
unique address. Each network interface relating to its MAC fits the criteria of a function
because each device has its own, unique MAC addre
Algebraic Expressions and Real Numbers
By
Katty Escalera
ITT Technical Institute
MA1210: College Mathematics
Taruna Arora
March 20, 2016
1. The following formula estimates the projected number of crimes for a city based on the median
income in that city.
MA1210 EXERCISE 3.1
EXERCISE 3.1
SCHOOL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Question 1: (30 points) The following quadratic equation describes the average RAM
installed, y, in Gigabytes, on PCs t years after 2000. y=0.022x2 + 0.25
a. Find the average RAM installed
MA1210_DG_Lab4-1.docx
Solve the following problems, providing detailed steps wherever required.
1. (10 points) What test can we use to determine if a graph is a function or not? Explain in
your own words.
The vertical line test can be used to determine wh
MA1210_DG_Lab3-1.docx
Solve the following problems, providing detailed steps wherever required.
1. (30 points) We often use graphs of recent data to project what future data may bring. The
following is the graph of a cars value.
The car was purchased for
MA1210_DG_Lab5-1
1.
(30 points) You have 150 yards of fencing to enclose a rectangular region. One side of the rectangle does not
need fenced.
a. Write the equation for area.
b. Write the equation for the fencing.
c. Solve the equation for fencing for y.
MA1210_DG_Ex4-1.docx
School of Electronics Technology
1. (25 points) The media access control (MAC) address of a network interface is a unique
address. Each network interface relating to its MAC fits the criteria of a function because
each device has its
Austin Mailloux 4/30/16
1. What test can we use to determine if a graph is a function or not? Explain in your
own words.
We can determine if a graph is a function by using a vertical line test because a
function can only have one output for each input.
2.
1. The following quadratic equation describes the average random access memory (RAM) installed, y, in
Gigabytes, on PCs t years after 2000.
a. Find the average RAM installed on PCs in the year 2007.
Year 2007 corresponds to so the equation would read .022
1. (30 points) The following formula describes the number of times, V, in
thousands, a video has been viewed. The variable, t, is time, in hours, after
the videos release. Answer the following questions showing all of your work.
= 2 + 13
a. = 21 + 13
V =
MA1210: Module 5 Polynomial and Rational Functions
Lab 5.1
Rational Functions and Inequalities
1. (30 points) You have 150 yards of fencing to enclose a rectangular region. One side of the
rectangle does not need to be fenced.
a. Write the equation for ar
Module 4 Exercise
1.
The media access control (MAC) address of a network interface is a unique address. Each
network interface relating to its MAC fits the criteria of a function because each device has its
own unique MAC address. Describe an everyday sit
MA1210: Module 6 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Lab 6.1
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
1. (10 points) Evaluate 4^1.5 Round your answer to three decimal places.
0.125
2. (10 points) The formula = (1 + ) models inflation, where
= The value to
MA1210: Module 5 Polynomial and Rational Functions
Exercise 5.1
1. (35 points) An electronics company is planning to produce a new, specialized calculator for a very
large, nationwide financial company. The fixed monthly cost of production will be $18,000