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: Module 2 Fundamentals of Algebra, Part 2
Lab 2.1
Polynomials and Rational Expressions
Throughout this course you will be analyzing polynomials and their properties. This lab
includes factoring exercises of many different types of polynomials. Addi
Kevin Howell
MA1210: Module 6 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Lab 6.1
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
This lab requires you to solve exponential and logarithmic equations by using different
methods.
Recommended Procedures:
1. 5 points) Evaluat
MA1210: Module 4 Functions and Their Graphs
Lab 4.1
Transformation, Composite, and Inverse Functions
Due: 11/3/2015
This lab includes problems based on graphing various functions and application problems
involving the slope and equations of lines.
Recomme
MA1210: Module 3 Equations, Inequalities, and Matrices
Exercise 3.1
Equations and Their Graphs
In this assessment, you need to solve problems related to your school of study. Provide
detailed steps, wherever required. Also, support each solution with an a
MA1210: Module 2 Fundamentals of Algebra, Part 2
Exercise 2.1
Exponents and Polynomials
In this assessment, you will find four questions listed under each school of study. You only need
to solve problems related to your school of study. Provide detailed s
MA1210: Module 4 Functions and Their Graphs
Exercise 4.1
Functions Their Slopes and Graphs
School of Information Technology
1. (20 points) The media access control (MAC) address of a network interface is a
unique address. Each network interface relating t
Kevin Howell
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 so
MA1210: Module 5 Polynomial and Rational Functions
Lab 5.1
Rational Functions and Inequalities
This lab requires you to find the maximum area, use synthetic division to find zeros of a
polynomial, and use the remainder theorem to evaluate a polynomial fun
Mod2 Ex1
Assessment Preparation Checklist:
To prepare for this assessment:
Read Section 4.1: Exponential Functions, pp. 412424, Section 4.2: Logarithmic
Functions, pp. 424437, and Section 4.3: Properties of Logarithms, pp. 437446 from
your textbook, Algeb
I chose problem #10
3 < 3x + 29 < 50
9 < 3x < 21
6 < x < 18
This was solved incorrectly, because the numbers were not divided correctly.
This is the correct way to solve this problem
38 < 3x + 29 < 50
subtract 29 on both sides
9 < 3x < 21
divide by 3
3<x<
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
Name:
Juan Diaz EDS 1021
Each box to be filled in with a value is worth 1 point.
Data Table 1
Prediction of # atoms
that will decay when
time reaches one halflife
Number of atoms in the
sample at Time = 0
Radioactive
Element
Carbon-14
100
Uranium-238
100
Michelle
Vazquez
MA1310
Module 5 Lab
1. Let v be a vector from initial point P1 = (11, 12) to terminal point P2 =
(2, 5). Write v in terms of j and I.
Answer: v = ( x 2x i+( y 2 y) j
v=
( 211 ) i+ (512 ) j v= 13i + 17j
2. Let u = 8i 6j and v = 5i + 8j. Fi
Michelle
Vazquez
MA1310
Module 5 Discussion
I used a vector to represent a wind velocity of 13 miles per hour
from the west.
o Jane made this statement because a vector has a magnitude
and direction. The magnitude and she refers to this, as the
winds vel
Michelle
Vazquez
MA 1310
Module 2
Exponential and Logarithmic Equations and Properties
1. The formula S = C (1 + r)t models inflation, where
C = the value of today
R = the annual inflation rate
S = the inflated value t years from now
Use this formula to s
Michelle
Vazquez
MA1310
MA1310: Module 2 Trigonometric, Exponential, and Log Functions
1. Find the exact value of:
a. sin 300
sin 300 = 360 - 60 = 3 = -0.866
2
b. tan (405) (Hint: 405 = 360 + 45)
405 = 360 + 45
45 =
4
sin
= 2
4
2
=
cos
2
4
2
sin = 1
cos
c
GraphsofOtherTrigonometricFunctions
Michelle
Vazquez
MA1310
(a) y=Atan(Bx-C). Let us take the consecutive asymptotes at x=0 and x=. Now
moving 1/4th and 3/4th of their gap means moving to x=/4 and x=3/4. the
problem we have : y(at x=/4) = -1 and y(at x=3/
MA1210: Module 2 Fundamentals of Algebra, Part 2
Lab 2.1
Polynomials and Rational Expressions
Throughout this course you will be analyzing polynomials and their properties. This lab includes factoring
exercises of many different types of polynomials. Addi
Question 1
A. the formula to model the cars value is y=20000-2800x
b. What will be the value of the car after 5 years?
Y=20000 2800(5)
Y=20000 14000
Y=6000.
The answer matches the graph provided in the question as for the graph corresponding
to the value
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
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
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
Bryce Coffman
MA1210
Unit 1 Analyzing Graphs
Graph using is Bit Rate
Y axis is Mbits/s
X axis is Time (pm)
From looking at the graph I conclude that the Mbits/s goes up between the time of aprox. 3 to the
time of 8 after which the Mbits/s goes down to whe
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: 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