1. Question :
In the slideshow, Graphing the Solution Set located in Chapter 8,
the solution set to a compound inequality using the connective
and is _.
Student Answer:
Graphed in opposite directions
Graphed on a Cartesian plane
The intersection of the tw
FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
Financial Polynomials
Carlton Hunter
MAT 221
Dr. Nathan Schrenk
April 27, 2014
FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
Financial Polynomials
On page 309, problem number 90 says: P dollars is invested at annual interest rate r for
2 years. If the inter
SIMPLIFYING EXPRESSIONS
Simplifying Expressions
Carlton Hunter
MAT 221
Dr. Nathan Schrenk
05 April 2014
SIMPLIFYING EXPRESSIONS
Simplifying Expressions
The properties of algebra are important because they help us understand and solve
problems in a wide ra
PYTHAGOREAN QUADRATIC
Pythagorean Quadratic
Carlton Hunter
MAT 221
Dr. Nathan Schrenk
May 4, 2014
PYTHAGOREAN QUADRATIC
Pythagorean Quadratic
The Pythagorean Theorem was termed after Pythagoras, who was a well-known Greek
philosopher and mathematician, an
INEQUALITIES
Inequalities
Carlton Hunter
MAT 221
Mr. Nathen Schrenk
13 April 2014
INEQUALITIES
Inequalities
When it comes to measuring someones weight most doctors and physical trainers
measures a persons BMI which stands for Body Mass Index. To determine
Running head: RADICAL FORMULA
1
Real World Radical Formulas
Carlton Hunter
MAT 222 Week 3 Assignment
Instructor Andrea Grych
October 18, 2014
RADICAL FORMULA
2
Abstract
This week we learned about Radical Formulas and how this can be applied in our everyda
Running head: COMPOSITION AND INVERSE
1
Composition and Inverse
Carlton Hunter
MAT 222 Week 5 Assignment
Instructor Andrea Grych
November 01, 2014
COMPOSITION AND INVERSE
2
Composition and Inverse
In this weeks assignment, we are told to complete Composit
# 58 on pgs. 708-711
h(x)=
x3
Find the set of inequalities that express where x is defined.
x3 0
Solve to find the values of x that make the expression defined.
x3
The domain is all values of x that make the expression defined.
[ 3, )
cfw_xx 3
The range
Subtract 3 from 2 to get 5.
2
2 x 5=0
Since 5 does not contain the variable to solve for, move it to the right side of the equation by adding 5
to both sides.
2 x 2=5
Multiply each term by 1/2 and simplify.
x 2=
5
2
Take the square root of both sides of t
My assigned number was 29 giving me this equation for my parallel and perpendicular lines: Y=x+7, and
a ordered pair (-7,1). The origin is 7 down and 1 to the left.
The slope of my parallel line is -7, the slope equation that is to be used it y-y=m(x-x)
W
Here is my And Compound inequality:
16 2+9 x 11
Step 1
162 9 x2 112
Step 2
-18 9 x 9
We must subtract 2 to all parts of the problem.
Simplify
Step 3
18
x1
9
divide all parts by 9 and simplify.
Answer
-2x 1
-2 x 1 (written algebraically)
Intersections of
Algebra 222 week 5 Quiz
CLOSE WINDOW
Week5:Functions,DateSubmitted:11/03/2014(StartedOn:11/02/2014)
1.Inversefunctions:Problemtype1
Theonetoonefunctions
g
and
h
aredefinedasfollows.
=g 4, 8, 2, 4, 1, 9, 9, 4
=h x 3x 4
Findthefollowing.
g 19
=
h 1x
=
h 1h
Math 222 Week 1
CLOSE WINDOW
Week4:QuadraticEquationsandFunctions,DateSubmitted:10/26/2014
1.Findingtherootsofaquadraticequationwithleadingcoefficient1
Solvefor
y
.
=+y 23y 40
Ifthereismorethanonesolution,separatethemwithcommas.Ifthereisnosolution,clickon
The given to problem for me and the third letter in my last name is C. I have problem
# 84 which is found on page 636. And the second problem is # 44 which can be found
on page # 646 and 647.
Solve using the Quadratic Formula: #44 p.646
I am going to be S
INSTRUCTOR GUIDANCE EXAMPLE: Week Two Discussion
One-Variable Compound Inequalities
compound inequality
and
or
intersection
union
This is my and compound inequality: -7 5 + 3x 20
What that means is the inequality must fulfill two conditions at the same ti
TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
1
Two Variable Inequalities
Carlton Hunter
MAT222: Intermediate Algebra
Instructor Andrea Grych
October 12, 2014
TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
2
Abstract
This paper is being written for an assignment the class was asked to solve prob