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Running head: ALGEBRA
Algebra: Simplifying Expressions
Jody Christiansen
MAT 221
Instructor Arthur Morris
February 10, 2014
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Algebra: Simplifying Expressions
The properties of algebraic expressions can be quite complex to understand, but
they are equal
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Running head: TWO-VARIABLE
Algebra: Two-Variable Inequality
Jody Christiansen
MAT221: Introduction to Algebra
Instructor Arthur Morris
February 26, 2014
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Algebra: Two-Variable Inequality
Inequalities are used when an equation has several possible answe
Running head: FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
Financial Polynomials
Keli Dawn Tomlinson
Ashford University
Introduction to Algebra
MAT 221
Ju'Ton Hemphill
October 29, 2013
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FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
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Financial Polynomials
For this weeks written assignment I will be w
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review
the example of how to complete the math required for this assignment:
1. Write your birth date or the birth date of someone in your family as
Page 345, #76
This expression is not called a difference of two squares. Notice the addition sign, not a
subtraction sign between the terms. An algebraic term is a perfect square when the
numerical coefficient (the number in front of the variables) is a p
Ozark Furniture Company
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Ozark Furniture Company
Ashford University
MAT 221
Ozark Furniture Company
Ozark Furniture Company
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In this paper we will discuss a linear inequality word problem. We will discuss and
determine the regions which are safe and uns
Since my last name is Lenhardt-Betts and the third letter of my last name is N I will be using the
column for A or N and problems 80 and 106 on page 345 and problem 68 on page 353.
I am a not going to kid anyone here. I struggled with this weeks discussio
Week 1 Discussion 1: Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
1. Write your birth date or the birth date of someone in your family as mm/dd/yy.
The birthdate I am going to use is 10/1/73.
The integers I will be using are as follows:
A= 10
B= -1
C= 73
2. Use the f
In this weeks discussion, I will be factoring polynomials using the appropriate strategy
associated with the assigned problem. Since the second letter of my name is a, on pages 345-6
I will be working on problems 80 and 106 and on page 353 I will be worki
1. The presenter of Example 46, Multiplying Binomials in Your Head, which is located in the
media section of Chapter 4, the presenter uses the FOIL method to multiply two binomials. How
did she get the 24y in the solution? (Points : 1)
multiplying the Inn
1. In the equation presented in the video, example 50, The Power of a Product Rule located in
the media section of Chapter 4, the presenter states that when you have 3 to the third power,
you only multiply the 3, not the negative. (Points : 1)
True
False
Running head: FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
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Financial Polynomials
Karyn Lenhardt-Betts
MAT221 Introduction to Algebra
Instructor: Andrea Grych
July 1, 2013
Running head: FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
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Financial Polynomials
Financial polynomials can be very useful if y
Inequality
Luis Sanchez
MAT 221
Inequality
Question 46:
Maple rockers. Ozark Furniture Company can obtain at most 3000 board feet of maple
lumber for making its classic and modern maple rocking chairs. A classic maple rocker requires
15 board feet of mapl
Factoring
Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review
the example of how to complete the math required for this assignment:
On pages 345-6 and 353 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra, there are many
factoring proble
RUNNING HEAD: PYTHAGOREAN QUADRATIC
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PYTHAGOREAN QUADRATIC
Karyn Lenhardt-Betts
Ashford University Online
MAT 221
Professor: Andrea Grych
July 8, 2013
PYTHAGOREAN QUADRATIC
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PYTHAGOREAN QUADRATIC
Ahmed and Vanessa have two separate maps indicating the l
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Running head: POLYNOMIALS
Math: Financial Polynomials
Jody Christiansen
MAT221
Instructor Arthur Morris
March 5, 2014
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Math: Financial Polynomials
On page 304, problem #90 states: P dollars is invested at an annual interest rate r for 1 year. If
the in
MAT122
Week 4 Discussion
2/27/14
Initial Investment
Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review the example of
how to complete the math required for this assignment:
1. Think of something you want or need for which you
MAT221
Wk 5 Discussion
03/06/14
Factoring
Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review the example of
how to complete the math required for this assignment:
On pages 345-6 and 353 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra,
MAT 122
Week 1 Discussion 1
07/30/13
1. During my discussion I will be using the following vocabulary words to show you my
understanding of their meaning and how they relate to my math work.
Divisor
Exponent
Integer
Lowest terms
Variable
2. For this exerc
MAT 122
Week 3 Discussion 1
02/17/14
Per our instructions we must go by the first letter of our name to find out what equations to use
to solve the problem or parallel or perpendicular. The first letter of my name starts with a J so I
will be using the eq
MAT 122
Week 2 Discussion
2/11/14
Formulas
Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review the example of how to complete the
math required for this assignment:
Read about Cowlings Rule for child sized doses of medication
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Running head: PYTHAGOREAN QUADRATIC
Math: Pythagorean Quadratic
Jody Christiansen
MAT221
Instructor Arthur Morris
March 10, 2014
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Math: Pythagorean Quadratic
Problem 98 on page 371 seems to be more difficult than it really is. It relies on the ability
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Running head: INEQUALITIES
Math: Inequality Examples Using The Body Mass Index
Jody Christiansen
MAT 122
Instructor Arthur Morris
February 17, 2014
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Math: Inequality Examples Using The Body Mass Index
Math inequalities are simply mathematical expressio
Two Variable Inequalities
RUNNING HEAD: Two Variable Inequalities
Two Variable Inequalities
Name
MAT221: Introduction to Algebra
Professor
Date
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Two Variable Inequalities
Two Variable Inequalities
In this assignment, we will examine two variable inequali
Week 2 Discussion: Formulas
There are two parts to this discussion. The first part is to find out the size of a childs dose of
amoxicillin. The second part is to find the age of the child when given the dose. To convert these
I will be using Cowlings Rue.
RUNNING HEADER: TWO-VARIABLE INEQUALITY
Two-Variable Inequality
Lisa Carlson
MAT 221
Instructor: Mark Marino
March 16, 2014
TWO-VARIABLE INEQUALITY
Two-Variable Inequality
In the real world one may use algebra in construction. You would need to know it to
Week 3 Discussion: Parallel and Perpendicular
This weeks discussion is about parallel and perpendicular lines. I am going to find the lines that
which pass through a certain point. The first one I will work on is the equation for the parallel
line.
This i