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
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
Algebra Week 3 Discussion 1
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My assigned number is 41. I will be writing the equation of a line perpendicular to
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Running head: SOLVING PROPORTIONS
Solving Proportions
MAT222: Intermediate Algebra
Jon Smithers
October 9, 2014
SOLVING PROPORTIONS
This weeks assignment is on solving proportions. Solving proportions
Running head: TWO-VAR INEQ
Two-Variable Inequalities
MAT222: Intermediate Algebra
Jon Smithers
October 13, 2014
TWO-VAR INEQ
This weeks assignment is on two-variable inequalities. Based on the informa
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A class called MyPoint, which models a 2D point with x and y coordinates, is designed as shown
in the class diagram. It contains:
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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 sim
# 58 on pgs. 708-711
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Find the set of inequalities that express where x is defined.
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Solve to find the values of x that make the expression defined.
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For this weeks discussion, based on the third letter of my last name, which is S, I was given the
following quadratic equations to solve. I will solve the first equation, which is #4 on page 635, by
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For this week's discussion, I was assigned equations, #20 and #54 from pages 708 through 711.
I will need to graph the functions and clearly describe the graphs. I will describe the general shape and
For this weeks discussion, my and compound inequality is -12 < 12 + 4x < 0.
This means that I will find the two numbers that the solution set for x will fall in between and this
inequality must fulfil
For my first equation, I was given #84 on page 576 which is, 9 -1 91/2
First, I was able to use the product rule that states that when you multiply two numbers with the same
base, the base stays the s
In this discussion, you are assigned two rational expressions to work on. Remember to factor all
polynomials completely. Read the following instructions in order and view the example to complete this
TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
1
Two Variable Inequalities
Carlton Hunter
MAT222: Intermediate Algebra
Instructor Andrea Grych
October 12, 2014
TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
2
Abstract
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Running head: COMPOSITION AND INVERSE
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Composition and Inverse
Carlton Hunter
MAT 222 Week 5 Assignment
Instructor Andrea Grych
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COMPOSITION AND INVERSE
2
Composition and Inverse
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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 Radi
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 per
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 w
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
FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
Financial Polynomials
Carlton Hunter
MAT 221
Dr. Nathan Schrenk
April 27, 2014
FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
Financial Polynomials
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Parallel and Perpendicular
I was given an equation of a line. I had to find a equations for lines parallel or perpendicular to it
going through specified points. I had to use the appropriate equations