I have been instructed to complete two expressions based on the first letter of my first
name, which is D.
Before going into the expressions, I would like to elaborate on what a domain is and
what a range is. The domain of a function is the set of all pos
Running head: SOLVING PROPROTIONS
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Solving Proportions
Deanna Pates
MAT 222 Week 1 Assignment
Katherine Achacoso
01 Feb 2014
SOLVING PROPROTIONS
2
A proportion is a name we give to a statement that two ratios are equal.
Proportions exist in many real-wor
Relations and Functions
Pg 708 #2
We have a constant function, f(x) = 4.
For all the values of x, the value of the function is constant and equal to 4.
The function has only one y intercept at (0, 4) and no x intercept.
Since the value of the function is
Question Type:
True/False
Multiple Choice
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Question 1.Question :
In the slideshow, Rational expressions, located in Chapter 6, to
determine the answer, we focus on the denominator.
Student Tr
Question Type:
True/False
Multiple Choice
# Of Questions:
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4
# Correct:
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Question 1.Question :
In the slideshow Finding ordered pairs, which is located in the
media section of Chapter 10, the presenter finds that the orde
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Question 1.Question :
When looking at the example in the slideshow, Graphing the
Solution Set, in the media section of Chapter 8, the presenter states
that the intersec
ONE-VARIABLE COMPOUND INEQUALITIES
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One-Variable Compound Inequalities
Deanna Pates
MAT 222 Week 2 Discussion
Katherine Achacoso
ONE-VARIABLE COMPOUND INEQUALITIES
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As the first letter of my last name is P. This is my and compound inequality:
-9 < -1 +
Question Type:
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Multiple Choice
# Of Questions:
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# Correct:
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Question 1.Question :
In the video in Exercise 29, Rational Exponents: Evaluate the
Expression,
the exponent is 4/3. How is the negative exponent ha
uestion Type:
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Question 1.Question :
After viewing the example in the slideshow, Quadratic Functions,
in the media section of Chapter 11, the presenter locates the
SOLVING PROPORTIONS
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Solving Proportions
XYZ
Math 222 Week 1 Assignment
XYZ
02/14/2015
Solving Proportions
A proportion is a special form of an algebraic equation. It is used to compare two ratios or make
equivalent fractions. A ratio is a comparison bet
QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
1
Real World Quadratic Functions
XYZ
Math 222 Week 4 Assignment
XYZ
03/08/2015
Real World Quadratic Functions
Aquadraticfunctionisaseconddegreeequationthatis,2isthehighestpowerofthe
independentvariable.Writteninstandardform,theequation
Equation #1: y = -2x 4; and the parallel line must pass through point (2, -3)
We need to find the line y= mx +b to y=-2x-4; that passes through (2,-3)
When a line is parallel to another line, both lines then have the same slope. I will use the ordered
pai
( 54 )
My first equation is
1/ 2
.
To simplify this I would use the power rule to multiply the exponent
The exponent rule of
c
( a b ) =abc
=
41
=2
2
4
=2 I divide 4 by 2 = 2
2
Placing the exponent back into our original equation =
Which would be 5 X 5 =
Running head: QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
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Real World Quadratic Functions
Deanna Pates
MAT 222 Week 4 Assignment
Katherine Achacoso
22 Feb 2014
QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
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Real World Quadratic Functions
Quadratic functions are perhaps the best example of how math conc
SIMPLIFYING RADICALS
1
Simplifying Radicals
Deanna Pates
MAT 222Week 3 Discussion
Katherine Achacoso
SIMPLIFYING RADICALS
2
1. We will simplify each expression using the rules of exponents and explain the steps we are
taking.
2. Next, we will write each e
Solving Quadratic Equations
#4 pg 636: Solve by Factoring
1. There is another way this problem could be solved (by completing the square which has
already been done to it) but our instructions say to solve by factoring. This will require us to
multiply ou
Running head: COMPOSITION AND INVERSE
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Composition and Inverse
Deanna Pates
MAT 222 Week 5 Assignment
Katherine Achacoso
02 March 2014
COMPOSITION AND INVERSE
2
Composition and Inverse
Functions provide an opportunity for manipulating expressions using d
Running head: REAL WORLD RADICAL FORMULAS
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Real World Radical Formulas
Deanna Pates
MAT 222 Week 3 Assignment
Katherine Achacoso
16 Feb 2014
REAL WORLD RADICAL FORMULAS
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Real World Radical Formulas
To solve a radical equation, an equation that contains
A = P(1+r)^-n The amount formula
In 12 years I want to take my wife on a cruise for our 15 th wedding anniversary. It will cost 10,000 with an
interest rate of 8%.
P= Present value, which is currently unknown
A= The total cost for the cruise
r= the rate o
PROBLEM 1:
1 3 + 2x < 17
This is my and compound inequality. This
means that it must be true for both conditions
simultaneously.
I separated the compound inequality to create
2 separate inequalities.
1 3 + 2x
3 + 2x < 17
1 +3 3 + 2x +3
3 + 2x +3 < 17 +3
N
TWO-VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
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Two-Variable Inequalities
XYZ
Math 222 Week 2 Assignment
XYZ
02/25/2015
Two-Variable Inequalities
We deal with mathematical inequalities almost every day, but we dont think about those
in mathematical terms because these are so