MA1210 Exercise 3.1
April 13, 2016
College Mathematics
MA1210 Exercise 3.1
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ITT Technical Institute
April 13, 2016
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MA1210 Exercise 3.1
April 13, 2016
EXERCISE 3.1
SCHOOL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Question 1: The following quadratic equation descr
MA1210: Module 5 Polynomial and Rational Functions
Exercise 5.1
Quadratic and Polynomial Functions
In this assessment, you need to solve problems related to your school of study. Provide detailed steps
wherever required. Also, support each solution with a
Module 4
Lab 4.1
Osvaldo B. Guerrero
MA1210: College Mathematics
Module: 4 Lab 4.1
MA1210
Module 4
Lab 4.1
MA1210
1. 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 determ
MA1210: Module 4 Functions and Their Graphs
Exercise 4.1
FunctionsTheir Slopes and Graphs
In this assessment, you will find five questions listed under each school of study. You only need to solve
problems related to your school of study. Provide detailed
Sarah Halloway
04-23-16
1. (10 points) Evaluate 41.5. Round your answer to three decimal places.
- 0.125
2. (10 points) The formula = (1 + )t models inflation, where
= The value today
= The annual inflation rate
= The inflated value t years from now
Us
School of Information Technology
1. 200x-1400
200*20-1400
4000-1400
2600
x=20
2. 5(8.6 x 109)
8.6 x 109 = 8,600,000,000
8,600,000,000 x 5 = 43,000,000,000
43,000,000,000 = 4.3 x 1010
3.
a.
We use scientific notation in todays world to help express either
1.
a. y = 20,000-2,800x
b. y = 20,000-2,800(x) x=5
y = 20,000-2,800(5)
y = 20,000-14,000
y = 6,000
c. x = Time (years)
y = Car Value (dollars)
d. y-intercept = 20,000 > This intercept represents the peak value of the
car.
x-intercept = 7.14 > This interce
Joseph McAvoy
6/12/16
1. To determine if a graph is a function or not simply use the vertical line test. This is
a simple test where you pick several x points and draw a vertical line, if you can
make a vertical line at every x-intercept, and only one ver
School of Information Technology
1. (30 points) The following formula describes a large companys number of viruses, V, on employee
computers. The variable, t, is time, in years, since 2002. Answer the following questions showing all
of your work.
= 5+ 12
School of Nursing
1. 0.20x + 8
0.20(180lbs) + 8
36 + 8
44
2. 7 * 1027
7 * 1027 * 5
= 35 * 1028
3. A) Scientific notation is used in todays world when you have to express very large and very small
numbers.
B) 0.000002186 = 2.186 x 10-6
C) As a computer pro
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 address. Describe an everyday situatio
This lab includes problems based on graphing various functions and application problems
involving the slope and equations of lines.
Recommended Procedures:
Solve the following problems, providing detailed steps wherever required.
1. (10 points) What test
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
equipment, 24-hour tec
School of Information Technology
1)
V=5t+12
t=time in years since 2002
a. 2003(t=1) = 17
b. 2006(t=4) = 22
c. 2038(t=36) = 42
d. This equation is the increase of 5 viruses for the square root of the number of years
since 2002 where 12 was their starting n
MA1210
Lab 3.1
Michael Piat
04/05/13
1. Interpreting Graphs:
a. y = 20,000 2,800x
b. $6,000. Yes.
c. Y axis represents the value of the car. X axis represents the number of years after purchase.
d. Y intercept is 20,000 which shows the initial value of th
Each DVD on my shelf corresponds to a movie. The DVDs are the domain and the movies are the range.
I have 26 DVDs on my shelf, but there are 27 movies. One of the DVDs is double sided and has a
different movie on each of its sides. This is not a function
Joseph McAvoy
6/12/16
1. To determine if a graph is a function or not simply use the vertical line test. This is
a simple test where you pick several x points and draw a vertical line, if you can
make a vertical line at every x-intercept, and only one ver
School of Information Technology
1. y=0.022x2+0.25
a. x=7
b.
c.
y=14
y=0.022(7)2+0.25
y=0.022(49)+0.25
y=1.078+0.25
y=1.328
y=1.3Gb
14=0.022x2+0.25
13.75=0.022x2
(13.75)=(0.022x2)
3.7 = 0.15x
3.7/0.15 = 0.15x/0.15
24.67 = x
X=24.67 years
The vertex of thi
1.
a. A=xy
b. 150 = 2x + y
c. 150 = 2x + y
-2x+150 = y
y = -2x+150
d. A = 150x -2x2
e. f(x) = ax2+bx+c
f(x) = -2x2 + 150x + 0
f. -150(-2*2) = 37.5
g. y = -2x+150
y = -2(37.5)+150
y =150-75
y = 75
h. A = 37.5 * 75
A = 2812.5
2. x - y = 24
p = 24 + 2y = 0
2
School of Information Technologies
1. The MAC address is a mathematical function due to all of the tasks and functions it can perform.
A computer uses the MAC address functions to manipulate the IP or MAC address by means of
converting binary representati
Joseph A. McAvoy
1. 4-1.5 = 0.125
2.
a. C = $510,000
b. R = 0.03
c. T= 7
S = c1+rt
S = 510,000(1+.03)7
S = 510,000(1.037)
S = 510,000(1.289588)
S = 657,690
3. 6 = log264
6 = log
2 = base
26 = 64
4. log(8y) = log(300)
ylog(8) = log(300)
y=log(300)/log(8)
y
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.
A = x*y
b. Write the equation for the fencing.
150 = 2x + y
c. Solve the equation for fencing for
MA1210: Module 3 Equations, Inequalities, and Matrices
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Due: 11/3/2015
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involving the slope and equations of lines.
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In this assessment, you need to solve problems related to your school of study. Provide
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