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
Louie Martinez
April 15, 2015
NT1110_Louie Martinez_Module5_Lab.doc
Task 1:
When the AMI BIOS beeps six consecutive times it is indication that there is a
Gate A20 failure. The keyboard controller IC has failed; it is not letting the GateA20
switch the pr
MA1210 Lab 3.1
By John Kirkhart
Question 1:
Y = 20,000 2,800x
A) Y represents the value of the car, 20,000 is the original value of the car and 2,800 is
the yearly decrease amount for the value of the car, x is however many years the car
has been around.
MA1210: Module 3 Equations, Inequalities, and Matrices
Lab 3.1
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
MA1210: Week 5 Lab
1. A relation is a set of numbers that gives information from both a specific domain and
range. A function takes the relation as one part of the information, but to be a function
the relation has to be unique to where it generates only
Jake Nichols
02/26/2016
MA1210: Module 6
Exponential & Logarithmic Functions Lab 1
1. Evaluate 4-1.5 . Round your answer to three decimal places.
1/41.5 = 0.125
2. The forumula S = C(1+r)t models inflation, where
C = The Value today
R = The annual inflati
Jake Nichols
02/05/2016
MA1210: Module 4 Functions and Their Graphs
Module 4 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.
To determine whether or not a relation is a function, you can
MA1210: Module 3 Equations, Inequalities, and Matrices
Lab 3.1
Kathryn Eubanks
Linear Equations and Matrices
1. (30 points) We often use graphs pf recent data to project what future data may
bring. The following is the graph of a cars value.
The car was p
MA1210: Module 3 Functions
Exercise 3.1
Quadratic and Exponential Functions
1.) Jerry wants to purchase some items whose cost function is C=3x+5 where
x is the number of items. If Jerry spends between $50 and $80, find the
minimum and maximum number of it
MA1210: Module 2 Algebraic Equations and Inequalities
Exercise 2.1
Algebraic Equations and Inequalities
1.) If 5 times the value of a number is increased by 3, the result is 28. What is
the number?
5 + 3 = 28
-3 -3
5 = 25
/5
MA1210: Module 4 Systems of Equations and Matrices
Exercise 4.1
System of Equations and Inequalities
Problem 1: Two packets of apples and one packet of brownies contain 700
calories in all. One packet of apples and four packets of brownies contain 1,400
c
a.)
y=20,0002800 x
b.)
1.
Bronson Mock
Lab 3.1
MA1210
1/24/2016
y=200002800 (5 )
y=2000014000
y=6000
6000, and yes the number is correct according to the graph.
c.)
d.)
2.
y axis label = value of car; x axis label = years owned
20,000 is the y intercept a
Module 4
Lab 4.1
Kyle Smith
MA1210: College Mathematics
Module: 4 Lab 4.1
12/8/16
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 determi
Lab 2.1
Nicholas A. Stewart
Math 1210
Kurtina Olivier
October 11, 2015
Solve the following problems providing detailed steps wherever required.
Factoring polynomials.
1. (15 points) Factor trinomials whose leading coefficient is 1.
a. X2-14x+45 Since the
MA1210: Week 3 Lab
1a.
y = 20000 - 2800x
20000 is the value of the new car
2800 is the loss in value each year
X is how many years you have had it
Y is the new value of the car.
b.
y = 20000 - 2800x
y = 20000 2800(5)
y = 20000 14000
y = 6000
Yes, this mat
MA1210
Mod 4
Exe 4.1
Niel Smith
School of Information 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
devi
MA1210 College Mathematics I
Quizzes and Exams
PRACTICE QUIZ 3 QUESTIONS
1. Solve the equation using the square root property.
a.
b.
c.
d.
2. Solve the radical equation for .
a.
b.
c.
d.
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School of Information Technology
1. The following quadratic equation describes the average RAM installed, y, in
Gigabytes, on PCs t years after 2000.
=0.0222+0.25
a. Find the average RAM installed on PCs in the year 2007.
y= .022(7)2 + .25
y = .022*49 + .
MA1210: Module 5 Introduction to Trigonometry
Exercise 5.1
Trigonometric Functions
1.) The minute hand of a clock moves from 3 oclock to 6 oclock, or 1/4 of
a complete revolution. Through how many degrees does it move?
a. A circle is 360 degrees and the h
MA1210
Mod 5
Polynomial and rational Functions
Exe 5.1
Niel Smith
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
MA1210
Mod 6
Lab 6.1
Niel Smith
1.5
(10 points) Evaluate 4
. Round your answer to three decimal places.
A: 0.125
2.(10 points) The formula
r
1+
models inflation, where
S=C
C= The Value today A: c=$510,000
R = The Annual inflation rate A: r=.03
S= The Inf
Course: PT 1420
Week 1
Homework
Chapter 1: Introduction to computers and
programming
Multiple Choice 1-25 on pages 23-25
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A (B) program is a set of instructions that a computer follows to perform a task.
The physical devices that a computer
Bronson Mock
MA1210 College Mathematics
Ostling- Exercise 1.1
1/24/2016
1. 200x 1400, 1400/200
X=7
So the answer for the facebook users would be 7 million by the year
2020 with the given formula.
2. 8.6 x 10^9 = 8600000000
8600000000 * 5 = 43000000000
So
Niel Smith
MA1210
School of Electronics Technology
1. (30 points) The following quadratic equation describes the average random access
memory (RAM) installed, , in Gigabytes, on PCs t years after 2000.
=0.0222+0.25
a. Find the average RAM installed on PCs
COLLEGE MATHEMATICS
1
College Mathematics
D. Scott Senf
ITT Technical Institute Online
COLLEGE MATHEMATICS
2
1. The following formula estimates the number of smartphone users, in millions, since 2010. Assume this
trend continues, and use the following for
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