Revised Narrative Essay
1
Juan Diaz
WRI1000
Florida Institute of Technology
Escaping ITT Tech
Revised Narrative Essay
2
Escaping ITT Tech
As someone who loves learning and has taken a big step to completing my education, I
thought I had made a great decis
Genetic Profiling: Good or Bad?
1
Juan Diaz
Argumentative Essay
Florida Institute of Technology
Genetic Profiling: Good or Bad?
2
Genetic Profiling: Good or Bad?
Genetic profiling has been coming under scrutiny because it raises privacy issues and
ethical
Escaping ITT Tech
1
Juan Diaz
WRI1000
Florida Institute of Technology
Escaping ITT Tech
Escaping ITT Tech
2
Escaping ITT Tech
As someone who loves learning and has taken a big step to completing my education, I
thought I had made a great decision by choos
Owen Melgar
MA1310 College Mathematics II
12-11-15
Exercise 1.1
1. Describe an Arithmetic sequence in two sentences:
An arithmetic sequence goes from one term to the next by always adding (or subtracting)
the same value. The number added (or subtracted) a
Owen Melgar
9-17-2015
Professor Cathy McGuire
MA 1210 College Mathematics I Homework
1. The following formula estimates the number of smartphone users, in millions, since
2010. Assume this trend continues, and use the following formula to find the
project
Owen Melgar
MA1310 College Mathematics II
1-29-15
Exercise 4.2
1. Explain why (r, ) and (-r, + 180) represent the same points in polar coordinates.
These represent the same points because adding 180 to an angle and replacing r with r
does not change the p
Owen Melgar
MA1310 College Mathematics II
12-18-15
Discussion Exponential Function
Growth:
In 1985, there were 285 cell phone subscribers in the small town of Centerville. The
number of cell phone subscribers increased by 75% per year after 1985. How many
1.
Owen Melgar
MA1310 College Mathematics II
2-26-15
Exercise 6.1
Define binomial coefficient. Give an example. Write the steps of a graphing utility to
evaluate your binomial coefficient and the final answer.
Binomial Coefficient Any one of the codfficie
Owen Melgar
MA1310 College Mathematics II
1-15-15
Exercise 3.1
1. Find the exact value of:
a. Sin 300 o = -3/2
b. Tan 405 o = 1
c. Cot (13/3) = 1/3 2.
2. If sin < 0 and tan < 0, then in which quadrant does lies?
The angle will lies in the 3rd quadrant
3.
Owen Melgar
10-15-2015
Homework
MA1210 College Mathematics I
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 h
Owen Melgar
MA1310 College Mathematics II
1-29-15
Exercise 4.1
1. Use the values given in the above triangle and find the value of B, b and c.
B = 180 -97-48 = 35 B = 35
b= a / SinA = b /SinB = 12/Sin (48) = b / Sin (35) b = 9.26
c= a / SinA = c /SinC = 1
Owen Melgar
MA1310 College Mathematics II
12-18-15
Exercise 2.1
1. What is an exponential function?
Functions whose equations contain a variable in the exponent are called exponential
functions. Its a function whose value is a constant raised to the power
Owen Melgar
MA1310 College Mathematics II
2-26-15
Exercise 5.2
1. Describe an ellipse in two sentences.
An ellipse is the set of all points, P, in a plane the sum of whose distances from two fixed
points, F1 and F2, is constant. These two fixed points are
Owen Melgar
MA1310 College Mathematics II
2-26-15
Exercise 5.1
1. What is a directed line segment?
A line segment to which a direction has been assigned is called a directed line segment.
2. What are equal vectors?
Two vectors are equal if their correspon
Bradley Elliot
Chapter 5 Problem solving homework
1-25-14
5.13.
A small risk I should take is getting a credit card my risk of failure with this is that I may
not be able make my payments on time and may ruin my credit but the reason I nee to do this is
t
Bradley Elliott
Samuel Paper
Math II
June 6, 2016
Answer the following questions to complete this exercise:
1. The sequence shown below is defined using a recursion formula. Write the first four
terms of the sequence.
a1 = 13 and an = an 1 + 8 for n 2
Res
Bradley Elliott
Samuel Paper
Math II
July 31, 2016
Solve the following problems:
1. Use the values given in the triangle and find the values of B, b, and c. A = 48, C =
97, and a = 12
B = 35
b = 9.262
C= 16.03
2. The two sides and an angle (SSA) of a tria
Bradley Elliott
Samuel Paper
Math II
July 23, 2016
Answer the following questions to complete this lab:
1. The graph of a tangent function is given below. Find the equation of the graph in the
form y = A tan (Bx C).
a. Find the value of A. The y-coordinat
Solve the following problems:
1. The rectangular coordinates of a point are given. Find the polar coordinates of
the point. Express in radians.
(5, 5)
r= x 2 + y 2
r= 52 +52
r= 25+25
r= 50
r=7.1
r=5 2
tan 0=
1
y
x
tan (1 )=
7
5
The polar coordinates are (
Bradley Elliott
Samuel Paper
Math II
August 21, 2016
Solve the following problems:
1. A phone company has two different phone plans from which you can choose.
Plan A: $40 a month for unlimited calling
Plan B: $20 a month plus $0.10 a minute Based on the
Bradley Elliott
Samuel Paper
Math II
July 24, 2016
Solve the given five problems based on complex numbers and polar coordinates.
1. Match the point (-4,- 2 ) in polar coordinates with A, B, C, or D on the graph.
The match for the would be D from what I ca
Bradley Elliott
Samuel Paper
Math II
July 23, 2016
1. Using the triangle above, find the exact value of the following:
sin ()
=
b. cos ()
=
y
x
d. cot ()
=
x
v + y2
2
c. tan ()
=
y
x + y2
2
x
y
e. sec ()
2
=
x +y
x
2
2. Evaluate the following: sin (s
Answer the following questions to complete this exercise:
1. Let v be a vector from initial point P1 = (11, 12) to terminal point P2 = (2, 5). Write v in
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
terms of i and j.
Answer: V= (x2-x1) i + (y2-y1) j v= (2.11) i + (5.12) j V= 13i + 17
Solve the following problems.
1. Graph the ellipse
(x1)2 ( y +2)2
+
9
4
,and choose the correct graph from the given
graphs:
[Hint: To graph this ellipse, find the center (h, k) by comparing the given equation with
the standard form of the equation center
BRAD1991
Jane, an expert in vectors, and Jill, a student with inaccurate knowledge of vectors, made the
following statements. Based on your understanding of vectors, identify the statement(s) made by
Jane and the statement(s) made by Jill.
I used a vector
The purpose of this assessment is to help you determine whether you have a clear
understanding of vectors and dot products.
Answer the following questions to complete this exercise:
1. Let v be a vector from initial point P1 = (11, 12) to terminal point P
Discussion 5.1
1. I used a vector to represent a wind velocity of 13 miles per hour from the west.
a. Jane
2. I used a vector to represent the average yearly rate of change in a mans height between
ages 13 and 18.
a. Jill
3. After I have found a unit vect
Lab 4.1
1. Solve the triangle.
Round lengths to the nearest tenth and angle measure to
the nearest degree.
A 48
o
C 97
o
a 12
Find the value of B, b, and c.
A + B+C=180
a.
b.
48 + B+97 =180
c.
145 +B=180
d.
B=35
b
12
=
sin35 sin 48
e.
35
sin
12
b=
Discussion 4.1
Solve the given five problems based on complex numbers and polar coordinates.
1. Match the point
a.
(4, 2 )
(4, 2 )
in polar coordinates with A, B, C, or D on the graph.
= (4,90 ) = A
2. Find the rectangular coordinates of the polar point
a
Exercise 4.1
1. The rectangular coordinates of a point are given. Find the polar coordinates of the point. Express
( 50 ,135 )
in radians. (5, 5)
a. QII
b. r= x 2+ y 2= (5 )2 +52= 25+25= 50
x 5
cos = =
=135
c.
r 50
2. Plot the complex number. z = 4 + 5i