I struggle a little with this discussion, but I did the best I can on it. Since the letter of my first
name is (A) my two rational expressions are as follows.
X2-25 and _37_
Domain is a territory over which rule or control is exercised. It is th
After viewing the chart of problems and applying the last letter of my first name, for this
weeks discussion I was prompted to complete numbers 52 and 102. The first problems that I
will complete is 52, followed by 102. For number 52, I was given (54)1/2
Based on the name schematic provided by the Instructor, here are my assigned rational
First Rational Expression
Second Rational Expression
The domain of a rational expression is the set of all numbers that can be substitu
Solving Quadratic Equations
#44 pg. 636: Solve by Factoring
For the first problem that I was assigned, z + z = 2, there are two ways this problem
could be solved. One way this problem could be solved would be by completing the
square and the other by fa
Week Five Discussion: Relations and Functions
2.) f (x) = 4 (found on pg. 708)
For the first equation, f(x)=4, the y-coordinate is four.
Since, the only y-coordinate for f(x) = 4 is 4, the range is cfw_4 and it would be depicted as
a horizontal line that
My first problem is w^2-2w=15 I will solve by factoring. To set the left-handed side
of the equation equal to 0, move all the expressions to the left-handed side. W2-2w-15-0.
Factor the left-side of the equation w2-2w-15=0
For polynomial of the form ax 2
My first problem is h(x) = - 3x^2.
In finding the vertex: I will set the polynomial equal to y to find the properties of the parabola.
The vertex form y = a(x-h)^2 + k, to determine the values of a, h, and k.
k = 0 since the value of a
The Domain is the set of all real numbers for which the expression is defined as a real
number. In other words it is all the real numbers for which an expression make sense. A
denominator cannot be zero because in a rational number or expression the denom
Domains of Rational Expressions
In this weeks discussion we were assigned to solve two rational expressions based on
the first letter of our first name. My name begins with the letter L. The algebraic
expressions that I will be factoring in this assignmen
-1 -3 + 2x < 17 is the AND compound inequality that represents the first letter of my last
name, which is H. Another way of simplifying compound inequalities is to say that they are
inequalities that make up two or more separate inequa
Running Head: TWO-VARIABLES
MAT 222: Intermediate Algebra
Professor Lane Andrew
July 12, 2014
This weeks assignment is broken into two parts. It will show the detail in the practical
application of two-vari
Specifically mention any key points on the graphs, including intercepts, vertex, or
start/end points. (Points with decimal values need not be listed, as they might be found in
a square root function. Stick to integer value points.)
w2 2w = 15
82). 3v2 + 4v-1=0
My first problem I will be solving by factoring.
4). w2 2w = 15
To set the left-hand side of the equation equal to 0, move all the expressions to the left-hand side.
W 2 2w15=0
Factor the left-side of the equation w 2 2w15=0.
1WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENT
Week 1 Assignment Solving Proportions
March 2, 2014
2WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENT
Week 1 Assignment Solving Proportions
I would have to say that this week has been a struggle for me in Mat 222. I know that
1RUNNING HEAD: WEEK 2
Week 2 Assignment
March 9, 2014
2RUNNING HEAD: WEEK 2
Week Two Problems
I have to say that this weeks work has been pretty easy for me to catch on to. I am not
As prescribed in this weeks discussion prompting, my and compound inequality is:
-4 3+7x < 24 and my or compound inequality is: 5 x 7 or 8x 3 > 29.
I am going to start off by solving for the and compound inequality and it will look
like this. As you alrea