Shantae Lovett
MAT 126
Instructor: Farshad Foroozan
August 27, 2012
Gather three of your favorite packaged foods; perhaps one from each: breakfast, lunch
and dinner. Use the model explained in the Are
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MAT126 Assignment 1, Week 3
MAT126 Assignment 1, Week 3
Rick Warner
MAT 126
Gary West
20 January 2014
MAT126 Assignment 1, Week 3
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MAT126 Assignment 1, Week 3
An interesting method for solving quad
1.) Choose a room in your house. Measure the length, the width, and the height. Make
sure you use feet and inches. Most rooms are not a whole number, such as 10 feet;
they are 10 feet and 3 inches, or
1. Two main differences between Classical and Empirical probabilities.
First difference
Classical probability is a theoretical computation.
Empirical probability is computed based on experiment or obs
Last week's discussion I used three people, one older and one younger as follows:
Me 42
Father-in-law 63
Daughter 12
b. The older person (father-in-law) was 21 years old when I was born.
63-42=21
c. X
People and Ages
Kaylen (daughter) =4
Brelyn (sister) =12
Jessica (self) =23
In week one I did not select a person who was older than me but I will add one for this problem.
My dad Jay who is 51years o
Geometric or Arithmetic Sequences
Naomi L Johnson
MAT 126
Geometric or Arithmetic Sequences
Tim Carter
February 14 2011
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Geometric or Arithmetic Sequences
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Geometric or Arithmetic Sequences
I will b
A tree which is 93 feet tall casts a shadow of 26 feet. Find the angle of
elevation of the sun.
Student Answer:
72
77
74
Instructor
Explanation:
Points Received:
79
See section 10.6 of the textbook.
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1. Find the additive inverse of 5 on the 12-hour clock. (Points : 1)
Let the additive inverse is x
5+x=0
In 12 hour clock format
12=0
5+x=12
X=7
Hence addtive inverse is x=7
2. Simplify: 5(-3x + 3) (P
Week 5 Quiz 5
1.
Question :
The area under a normal distribution curve that lies within one standard
deviation of the mean is approximately _.
Student Answer:
95%
99.7%
68%
65%
Instructor Explanation:
Week Five Written Assignment
Following completion of your readings, answer the following two questions from Chapter 12
Supplement of Mathematics in Our World.
1. Select one even problem from exercises
D iscussion1week2
1. Saveacashregisterreceiptfro m ashoppingtriptothefoodmarket,orborrowonefro m afamily
m e m b erorfriend.Thec ostoffourprepackagedfoodite msthataresoldbyweightandthec ostofat
leastt
DQ by dec 29th and assignment by jan 2nd please.
WeekFiveDiscussion
This Discussion will give you the opportunity to calculate or identify the three measures of
central tendency. You will be asked to
Running head: REAL WORLD APPLICATIONS OF SEQUENCES
Real World Applications of Sequences
Edward Thompson Jr.
MAT 126: Survey of Mathematical Methods
Professor Yelena Vaynberg
May 23, 2014
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REAL WORLD
Project 1
Shantae Lovett
MAT 126
Instructor: Farshad Foroozan
September 4, 2012
For this project I will try my best to solve these equations. With solving these
equations I will be using a method that
Investments
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Different Types of Investment Choices Ashley Dyal Ms. Lorton MAT 126 November 11, 2010
Investments
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Different Types of Investment Choices According to the problem found in our textbook
need dq's by december 15th and writing assignment and quiz by dec 18th
This Discussion will concentrate on functions and graphs. Understanding the definitions of
words is the essence of mathematics. W
Beginning with an "is" and deducing an "ought" is known as which of the
following?
A) A false dilemma
B) The genetic fallacy.
C) The naturalistic fallacy.
D) The subjectivist fallacy.
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Which of the f
RUNNING HEAD: Problems 35 & 37
Problems 35 and 37
Randy Fleming
MAT 126
James Segala
October 8, 2012
RUNNING HEAD: Problems 35 & 37
Problem 35:
In this scenario a 90 foot tower is to be built. We alre
RUNNING HEAD: Supplement: Misuses.
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Supplement: Misuses of Statistics
MAT 126
Randy Fleming
James Segala
November 5, 2012
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Supplement: Miuses.
We have learned in our recent studies in class differen
RUNNING HEAD: are you sure?
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Are you sure its fat free?
Randy Fleming
MAT 126
James Segala
October 15, 2012
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Are you sure?
We have learned that food companies often calculate fat content in a mislea
WEEK 2
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Week 2 Written Assignment
Charmaine Green
MAT 126
Instructor: Shywanda Moore
February 20, 2014
WEEK 2
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Week 2 Written Assignment
There are three types of packaged foods discussed in this ass
1.
Select the first three letters of your last name. Each letter has a numerical place value in the alphabet. For
example, D is 4, L is 12, and Z is 26. Add the three place values together. For exampl
FAT AND PROTEIN PERCENTAGES
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Assignment 2: Fat and Protein Percentages
MAT 126
Instructor: Yuhan Lim
July 3, 2011
FAT AND PROTEIN PERCENTAGES
1
In this assignment we studied the fat and protein conte
Story of my life 1
Story Of My Life
Assignment 1
PSY202
Instructor: Virginia Krauss
March 17, 2011
Story of my life 2
Outline
1) Where I am from?
Moved a lot
2) Who were the important people in my lif
PYTHAGOREAN TRIPLES
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Assignment 4: Pythagorean Triples
MAT 126
Instructor: Yuhan Lim
July 14, 2011
PYTHAGOREAN TRIPLES
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This assignment was a study of the Pythagorean Theorem. This theorem states th
Week 2 responses
Nichol, after looking at your amounts I came to this result
4.28 - 2.69 = 1.59
The difference in your processed food per pound and your fresh produce per pound is $1.59.
That is a lot
1.
In your own words, describe two main differences between classical and empirical probabilities.
o
2.
Classical Probability implies having an equal chance of probability. Empirical Probability is
a
RUNNING HEAD: Pythagorean Triples.
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Pythagorean Triples
Randy Fleming
Mat 126
James Segala
October 29, 2012
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Pythagorean Triples
After doing some research I learned that Pythagorean Triples are a se
Example #1:
Vitamin E is a proven antioxidant and may help in fighting cancer and heart disease.
What are some of the problems with this statistic? The first glaring issue is creating an
implied conne
Problem #1 (PG 280, Real World Application # 35)
-A person hired a firm to build a CB radio tower. The firm charges $100 for labor for the first 10
feet. After that, the cost of the labor for each suc
Food manufacturers and packagers will do anything to have the best looking food,
whether that be the most visual appealing, or appealing to our stomachs and our diets through
their nutritional facts.
ASSIGNMENT #1
Solve two equations using a method from India on solving Quadratic Equations
1)x2 2x 13 = 0
Step 1: Move the constant term to the right side of the equation.
x2 2x = 13
Step 2: Multiply
-Set a as any odd numbered integer.
-Plug that value into the following formula to solve for b: (a2 -1)/2 = b
-Plug the value for b into the following formula to solve for c: b+1 = c
For example, lets