This week we are assigned two rational functions with which we have to do variety of
math work.
According to my first initial which is K, the rational expressions assigned to me are.
x2 - 36
7w - 2
3x
B or K
16w2 - 1
In a rational expression the domain is
Sailboat Stability
Sailboat Stability
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra
Sailboat Stability
Solve part a, b and c of problem 103 on page 605 of Elementary and intermediate Algebra
chapter 9.1-9.5
Sailboat Stability: To be considered safe for ocean sailing, the
The first problem is from page 576:
#52: (54)1/2
Product Rule.
using the exponent working on an exponent calls for the
5(4*1/2)
next multiply the exponents with each other.
52
4*1/2=2 so the new exponent is 2
1
52
the two exponent is still a reciprocal of
For our discussion this week we are to solve the equations that are given for the
third letter of our last name. According to third letter of my last name, which is
n; I will be working on problem number 40 on page 636 and problem number 50
on page 636.
T
Running Head: Week 5 Assignment
Week 5 Assignment Composition and Inverse
MAT 222
Ashford University
Week 5 Assignment
In this assignment, we have to show variety of operations on functions given to us. We have
to perform operations like subtraction of fu
For this week we are discussing how to simplify radicals. We will simplify and compare
equivalent expressions written both in radical form and with rational (fractional) exponents.
Using the last letter of my first name that is N, the problem assigned to
MAT 222 Week 1
Solving Proportions
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra
Solving Proportions
Problem 1
Bear population. To estimate the size of the bear population on
the Keweenaw Peninsula, conservationists captured, tagged,
and released 50 bears. One year later,
The domain in a math-related where letters stand for numbers expression is all real numbers that could
take the place in a certain variable. The denominator cannot be a zero because this would cause the entire
expression to be undefined. So, when solving
Hello Classmates,
My name is Pamela I currently reside in San Diego County. I have a son who is also in college
focusing on communications. My current career is government accounting, but I am not
attending Ashford to change my career to Human Resource Ma
-4 3 + 7x < 24
5 x 7 or 8x 3 > 29
Week 2 Discussion 1: One-Variable Compound Inequalities
In our discussion we are to do two problems that are compound equalities. The first one is
the and compound inequality and the second is the or compound inequality.
Math 221 week 4 dis 1
R is the third letter in my last name so I will be doing #2 on 635-636 and
#78 on page 637.
2. X2 + 6x +8 = 0
With this equation it is already solved
by completing the square so we will solve the equations
by factoring.
X2 + 2x+4x+8
Running Header: SOLVING PROPROTIONS
1
Solving Proportions
Nadine Fockler
MAT 222
William Trautman
October 13, 2014
Solving Proportions
Solving a proportion as we learned this week, signals that you are missing an import
number in your equation or fraction
The principal issue I will be settling is relation: y=|x-1|+2. To diagram this I first must find without a doubt the
worth vertex. To discover the x direction of the vertex set within indisputably the quality x-1 to equivalent 0.
For this comparison x-1=0
1
Running Header: TWO-VARIABLE
Two- Variable Inequalities
Nadine Fockler
MAT 222
William Trautman
October 20, 2014
Two-Variable Inequalities
In Elementary Algebra we have figured out how to understand frameworks of
mathematical statements. The answer for
1
Running head: FUNCTIONS
Composition and Inverse Functions
Nadine Fockler
MAT 222
William Trautman
November 9, 2014
Composition and Inverse Functions
In this current week's task I am given three Composition and Inverse Functions.
Functions give an opport
1
Running Header: RADICAL FORMULAS
Real World Radical Formulas
Nadine Fockler
MAT 222
William Trautman
October 27, 2014
Real World Radical Formulas
Radical equations are utilized within numerous fields of this present reality; a few
samples are in finance
This week according to last letter of my last name I will be solving for problem 2 on page
708, and problem 56 on page 710.
Problem # 2, Page 708.
(Dugopolski,2012)
-2
-1
0
1
2
4
4
4
4
4
Table 1
This graph is of a line (Graph 1). This graph has one y-inte
Running Head: QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
Real World Quadratic Functions
Karyn Lenhardt-Betts
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra Week 4 Assignment
Instructor Sharon Giles
August 12, 2013
1
QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
2
Real World Quadratic Functions
For this weeks assignment w
1
Running Head: TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
Two Variable Inequalities
Karyn Lenhardt-Betts
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra
Instructor: Sharon Giles
July 28, 2013
Two Variable Inequalities
For this weeks assignment we are asked to solve problem 68 and answer th
Math 222 week 5 dis 1
I have problems 8 and 64.
My first problem is number 8:
Y= - 3/4x + 4
My next step is to find the points for the graph. First we need to find out what x will be so that
we can so we can find out what y will be.
x |
y
0 |
4
8 | -2
-4
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Solving Proportions
Lindsay Neilson
MAT 222: Intermediate Algebra
Instructor: Jonathon Summers
September 30, 2014
1
SOLVING PROPORTIONS
2
Solving Proportions
Rather we realize it or not, we use proportions in our day to
Running Header: TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
1
Two Variable Inequalities
Lindsay Neilson
MAT 222: Intermediate Algebra
Instructor Jonathon Summers
September 30, 2014
TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
2
Two-Variable Inequalities
In problem 68 on page 439, we are aske
RADICAL FORMULAS
1
Radical Formulas
Lindsay Neilson
MAT 222: Intermediate Algebra
Instructor Jonathon Summers
September 30, 2014
RADICAL FORMULAS
2
Radical formulas are formulas that are cubed or squared and can be signified in the
formula with either a o
Running Header: QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
Quadratic Functions
Lindsay Neilson
MAT 222: Intermediate Algebra
Instructor: Jonathon Summer
September 30, 2014
1
QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
2
Quadratic Functions
Quadratic functions can be very complex problems, yet they ten
Running Header: COMPOSED AND INVERSE
Composed and Inverse Functions
Lindsay Neilson
MAT 222: Intermediate Algebra
Instructor: Jonathon Summer
September 30, 2014
1
COMPOSED AND INVERSE
2
Functions can be very useful because they give us the option to chang