What does it mean for one line to be parallel to another?
They have the same slope, they have different y intercepts, and will never meet.
What does it mean for one line to be perpendicular to another?
It means that a line will cross with another line an
Buried Treasure
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Buried Treasure
Ashford University
MAT 221
Buried Treasure
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Buried Treasure
For this weeks Assignment we are given a word problem involving buried treasure and
the use of the Pythagorean Theorem. We will use many different ways to attem
In this weeks discussion, I will be factoring polynomials using the appropriate strategy
associated with the assigned problem. Since the third letter of my name is n, on pages 345-6 I
will be working on problems 80 and 106 and on page 353 I will be workin
Compounded Semiannual Interest
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Compounded Semiannual Interest
Ashford University
MAT 221
Compounded Semiannual Interest
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Compounded Semiannual Interest
In this paper we are given three problems to figure out. Two of these problems entail the
use of com
Body Mass Index
Body Mass Index
MAT 221
Body Mass Index
The Body Mass Index (BMI) is an indicator to help people to determine if they
might have a longer life span than average, are probably not overweight, are probably
overweight, or are obese. The inter
Parallel lines are two lines that do not intersect one another. These two lines will
never meet. I will now find the equation of lines that are parallel to one another.
2
x+2
Given equation with points of (-6,-3)
3
1
xx
Point slope equation formula
y y 1
In this literal equation I will use the formula known as Cowlings rule to determine
the dosage of ibuprofen for a 2-year-old child. The given dosage of ibuprofen for an
adult is 400 milligrams.
d=
D(a+ 1)
24
d=
400 (2+1)
24
In this literal equation the va
For this assignment we were asked to look at page 304, problem 90 in our textbook and
complete the following: (
Solve problem 90 on page 304 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. Be sure that
you show all steps of the squaring of the binomial and multip
Two-Variable Inequality
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Eboni Bryant
Two Variable Inequality
Mat 221
Instructor: Peter Surgent
3/16/14
Two-Variable Inequality
The goal for the first portion of the assignment is to write an inequality that limits
the possible amount of each rocker that
My desired item is a RV
In 12 years it will cost about $7000
My interest rate is 5%
P= Principal amount needed
A= Amount desired item will cost in 12 years
r= Interest rate
n= Number of years
P=A(1+r)-n
P=7000(1+.05)-12
P=7000(1.05)-12
P=7000
1.79585
P=38
1. In the following response I will use these vocabulary words.
exponent
integer
variable
lowest terms
divisor
2. My birth date for this exercise, March 26, 1978 3/26/78. This means I have the
following integers to work with:
Let a = 3
b = 26 (notice I ma
I did my mothers birthday, 6-6-54
First algebraic expression is
With variables and exponent of 3.
I first need to replace the variables with the correct Integers
.
Then I multiply each Integer to its exponent
It will equal
I move on to the next expression
I will factor three different problems with different methods.
First problem is #82 from page 96
9w-w3
Given equation, with a common factor w
w (9-w2)
Factor out the GFC from both terms
Use difference of square formula, because both terms are perfect squa
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Running Header: PROPERTIES
Properties of Algebra
Vicky Garcia
MAT 221
Instructor: Michael Tulino
May 20, 2013
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Running Header: PROPERTIES
There are a number of properties that are very important when working with various
algebraic expressions. One of t
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Running head: FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
Financial Polynomials
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MAT221
Instructor: Tulino
June 11, 2013
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Running head: FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
Financial Polynomials on page 304, problem #90 states: P dollars is invested at annual interest
rate r for 1 yea
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Running head: 2 VARIABLE INEQUALITY
2- Variable Inequality
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MAT 221
Instructor: Michael Tulino
June 4, 2013
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Running head: 2 VARIABLE INEQUALITY
In week three assignment I will be applying the properties of inequality to the production
of maple roc
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Running head: FINDING TREASURE
Finding Treasure
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MAT 221
Instructor: Tulino
6/17/2013
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Running head: FINDING TREASURE
I will be using the Pythagorean Theorem to solve the treasure finding problem. The
problem reads Ahmed has half of a treasure map
A=7
B = -8
C = 80
Expression 1
a3 b3
7 x 7 x 7 = 343
-8 x -8 x -8 = -512
343 (-512) = 855
In this formula I multiplied the variables according to the exponents value. I determined the
variable value by plugging the number in according to the variable valu
For this weeks discussion I will give an equation line for y = 2x - 1: and the parallel line must
pass through this point (2, -2).
The slope of the given line is 2. So, the slope of the parallel line will also be 2. We now know the
slope of the new line a
The Cowling Rule will be used in this weeks discussion to solve the literal equations as
instructed. We were asked to convert an adult sized dose of medicine into a child size dose
using the Cowling Rule formula
. Notice the Cowling Rule uses three variab
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 currently do not have the funds. It could be a vehi
This week in our discussion, we are to complete one-variable compound inequalities. A
compound inequality is an equation with two or more inequalities joined together with either
and or or. We are demonstrating the and inequality and or inequality. As req
Simplifying Radicals
This week we are learning how to solve radical equations and simplify radicals. Radicals are
used to express roots in math. In order to simplify radicals we first must find the prime
factorization of the number inside the radical, def
Relations and Functions
This weeks discussion involves relations and functions. A function is a relationship
between values. Each function input value has one output value. The value must be the same as
it is not a function if it has a different output va
In this weeks discussion, which is our final week, we are learning about factoring. When we
factor an expression, we write the expression as a product. To describe it another way we are
splitting an expression into a multiplication of simpler expressions.
Working in Corporate America for so many years I was not that concerned about retirement.
However now that I own my own business I must put aside money for retirement. At the age of
43, I have decided that now is a great time to place money away to start
This week we are learning how to solve quadratic equations. A quadratic equation is an equation
where one or more of the terms is squared but raised to no higher power. For example the
formula ax2 + bx + c = 0 a and b are coefficients, and c is a constant