Solving Quadratic Equations
In this discussion, you will solve quadratic equations by two main methods: factoring and using
the quadratic formula. Read the following instructions in order and view the example to
complete this discussion. Please find the p
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Simplifying Radicals
Key words used for definitions in this discussion will be the following:
Principal root
Product rule
Quotient rule
Reciprocal
nth root
My first name is Jaime, which means the radicals I am suppose to work with coordinate with the
Running head: Different Function Types
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Different Function Types: Composition and Inverse
MAT 222
Instructor Hatshepsitu Massey
December 14, 2014
Different Function Types
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Different Function Types: Composition and Inverse
Utilizing functions gives an op
Relations and Functions
Key words used for definitions in this discussion will be the following:
Function
Relation
Vertical Line test
Transformation
My last name is German, which indicates that I am to work with coordinate with the N, since my last
na
Running header: Solving Proportions
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Solving Proportions
Chad DeBoard
MAT222: Intermediate Algebra
Patricia Chernovitz
September 2, 2013
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SOLVING PROPORTIONS
Solving Proportions
The assignment is to create and solve the proportion for a bear population
Running Head: RADICAL FORMULAS
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Real World Radical Formulas
Chad DeBoard
MAT222: Intermediate Algebra
Patricia Chernovitz
September 15, 2013
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RADICAL FORMULAS
Real World Radical Formulas
Assignment three asks to solve a three-part problem, 103, from the
Running Head: QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
Real World Quadratic Functions
Chad DeBoard
MAT222: Intermediate Algebra
Patricia Chernovitz
September 21, 2013
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2
Quadratic Functions
Real World Quadratic Functions
The assignment for week four requested to complete pro
TWO-VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
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Two-Variable Inequalities
Chad DeBoard
MAT222: Intermediate Algebra
Patricia Chernovitz
September 9, 2013
TWO-VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
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Two-Variable Inequalities
The assignment was difficult and struggled to find the solutions. H
Running Head: COMPOSITION AND INVERSE
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Composition and Inverse
Chad DeBoard
MAT222: Intermediate Algebra
Patricia Chernovitz
September 30, 2013
2
Composition and Inverse
Composition and Inverse
Being my last general education class in the Ashford Univers
For this weeks discussion question the two compound inequalities assigned are:
-17 < 3 + 10x 33 and 5x + 3 -2 or 13 x 6. Below you will find the solutions as
well as graphs plotting the solution.
-17 < 3 + 10x 33 is an and in equality
Start by moving all
My first letter of my last name begins with D, which gives me problems 94 and 62.
Below are the results to the above assignments.
First the nth root is a positive integer which is greater than x and a,
which are real numbers and factor so
.
Next remove th
Running head: Two-Varaibles
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Two-Variable Inequalities
MAT 222
Instructor Hatshepsitu Massey
November 24, 2014
Two-Variables
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Two-Variable Inequalities
Have you ever questioned the ability to place your personal belongings into a storage unit
and wonder
Running head: Radical Formulas
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Real World Radical Formulas
MAT 222
Instructor Hatshepsitu Massey
December 1, 2014
Radical Formulas
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Real World Radical Formulas
Radical formulas are applied in our every day real world environments; examples stem
from ph
Running head: Quadratic Functions
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Real World Quadratic Functions
MAT 222
Instructor Hatshepsitu Massey
December 7, 2014
Quadratic Functions
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Real World Quadratic Functions
The business industry and numerous managers use quadratic equations on a daily b
In this discussion, you are assigned two rational expressions with which you will
work. Remember to factor all polynomials completely. Read the following instructions in order
and view the example to complete this discussion:
Find your two rational expres
One-Variable Compound Inequalities
In this discussion, you will be demonstrating your understanding of compound inequalities and
the effect that dividing by a negative has on an inequality. Read the following instructions in
order and view the example to
Simplifying Radicals
In this discussion, you will simplify and compare equivalent expressions written both in radical
form and with rational (fractional) exponents. Read the following instructions in order and view
the example to complete this discussion.
Relations and Functions
In this discussion, you will be assigned two equations with which you will then do a variety of
math work having to do with mathematical functions. Read the following instructions in order
and view the example to complete this disc
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Advanced technical developments have made sports equipment faster, lighter,
and more responsive to the human body. Behind the more exible skis, lighter
bats, and comfortable athle
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The practice of awarding degrees originated in the universities of medieval
Europe. The rst known degree, a degree in civil law, was awarded in Italy at the
University of Bologna i
Chapter
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Systems of Linear
Equations
What determines the prices of the products that you buy? Why do prices of some
products go down while the prices of others go up? Economists theorize that
prices result from
Chapter
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Radicals and Rational
Exponents
Just how cold is it in Fargo, North Dakota, in winter? According to local meteorol
ogists, the mercury hit a low of 33F on January 18, 1994. But air temperature
alone is
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Quadratic Equations,
Functions, and Inequalities
Is it possible to measure beauty? For thousands of years artists and philosophers
have been challenged to answer this question. The seventeenth-century
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Functions
Working in a world of numbers, designers of racing boats blend art with science to
design attractive boats that are also fast and safe. If the sail area is increased, the
boat will go faster
Running head: Solving Proportions
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Solving Proportions
MAT 222
Instructor Hatshepsitu Massey
November 16, 2014
Solving Proportions
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Solving Proportions
There has always been an unconscious ability of mathematics that has surrounded us in
our world. When
Problem number 88 on page 636 of the text is x2 + x + 12 = 0. Below is how one would
factor the equation by Factoring.
x2 + x + 12 = 0
First, multiply each term by -1.
x2 - x - 12 = 0
Next insert 3 in the right term of one factor and -4 as the right term