My assigned number is 22.
My first problem 7 < 2x 5 4
This is my and compound inequality 7 < 2x 5 4 A compound inequality is an equation
with two or more inequalities joined together with either "and" or "or" This means 2x 5 must
be equal to or less than
My assigned number is #13 There are serves ways these problem could be solved by completing
the square, by factoring and quadratic formula
My first problem from #13 is x2 + x 42 = 0 for this problem we will use factoring
(x2 6x) +(7x 42)
first we break th
My assigned number is #13 I struggled a little on this not sure that I used all my vocabulary
words correctly looking forward to the feedback.
My first problem from page 577
100. (5x 1/2)2
A negative fractional exponent indicates a reciprocal, a root, a
Relations and Functions
My assigned number is #11
My first problem 58. h(x) =x 3
x

x 3
3

0
4

1
7

2
12

3
19

4
The relation is h(x) = (x 3) where the 3 is included with x under the radical. This is a square
root function; it is shaped like half
My assigned number 13.
My first rational expression is
n2 2n 15
n2
My second rational expression is
8k + 6
8k2 + 2k 3
Domain of a rational expression is the set of all numbers that can be substituted for the variable in the
expression. If a denominator is
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42.
(2^3)2We have to use the Quotient rule
Simplify the expression.
The exact power rule tells us that we multiple the exponents
Form: Do not use the product rule we only have one variable so it is not suited for this problem
4^9
Decimal Form:
0.4444444
Its important for a leader to be able to manage across
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9 < 1 + 4x < 15 compound inequality:
8<4x<16 The solution for x is between both ends of the inequality.
We must find out what these numbers are between.
Divide each term in the inequality by 4 ; inequality means that that
two or more inequalities are jo
AttentionDeficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) typically exhibit some combination
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For polynomial of the form x2+bx+c, find two factors of c(40) that add up to b(13). In this
problem 8*5=40 and 8+5=13, so insert 8 as the right hand term of one factor and 5 as the righthand term of the other factor
(m+8)(m+5)/6m
The domain of an express
My name is Joshua F. Pilgrim. I have always wanted to be a part of something that was bigger than me.
When I was younger I was not quite sure of what I would partake in that will fulfill this desire. I knew it
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This is I had to complete problem 42 on page 576 and problem 101 on page 577.
Page 576
Problem 42
27
2/3
27
1/ 3
27
2/3
+ 27
1/ 2
First thing I used was the quotient rule, which means I need to
subtract the exponents.
27
Now that the equation is a nega
First rational expression: 5m2+m)/(7m)
Final result:
5m + 1
7
Reformatting the input:
Changes made to the input should not affect the solution:
(1): "m2" was replaced by "m^2".
Step by step solution:
Step 1 :
Equation at the end of step 1 :
Step 2 :
5m2 +
Based on the last letter of my first name, which is N, in this week's discussion I will be solving problems
70 & 78 from pages 576 & 577 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. I will examine and simplify each
expression using the rules of exponents and w
Week 4
Discussion 1
Alexis Thiele
1/8/2015 6:42:08 PM
The third letter in my last name is I. I have been given problem #10 on page 636 and problem 20 on page 646.
For my first example I was given the equation: 4w25=0
I notice that both of the coefficient
Because my last name ends with "n", I have problems 16 and 50.
16. h(x)=I2xI This is an absolute value function. To graph this function, you will have to
choose some values of x.
h(3)=I2(3)I=I6I=6
h(2)=I2(2)I=I4I=4
h(1)=I2(1)I=I2I=2
h(0)=I2(0)I
Based on the last letter of my first name, which is N, in this week's discussion I will be solving problems
70 & 78 from pages 576 & 577 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. I will examine and simplify each
expression using the rules of exponents and w
Math 222 week 5 dis 1
I have problems 8 and 64.
My first problem is number 8:
Y=  3/4x + 4
My next step is to find the points for the graph. First we need to find out what x will be so that
we can so we can find out what y will be.
x 
y
0 
4
8  2
4
Math 221 week 4 dis 1
R is the third letter in my last name so I will be doing #2 on 635636 and
#78 on page 637.
2. X2 + 6x +8 = 0
With this equation it is already solved
by completing the square so we will solve the equations
by factoring.
X2 + 2x+4x+8
Math 221 week 3 dis 1 #78
My first problem is number 78: (4^16 )^(1/2)
To solve this problem, the first step we will need to do is use the power of a power rule. This is
applicable because the problem is using a real number (4) as the base, with an expone
Math 221 week 2 dis 1 I have t
Inequalities involving a single inequality symbol are simple inequalities. If we join two simple
inequalities with the connective and or the connective or, we get a compound inequality. A
compound inequality using the connec
Math 221
Week 1 dis 1
Explain in your own words what the meaning of domain is. Also, explain why a
denominator cannot be zero.
The domain is the set of all possible input values (X, Y,) and so on, they will produce a valid
output from a specific function.
Quadratic function.
Graph each quadratic function, and state its domain and range for problem 22 on page 708.
y = x2
The table will give me the points so I can graph and see the shape as we connect the points.
Every parabola has a vertex, because this gr
For week three discussion, I will be working on two expressions.
First problem is
a1/2 / a2
this is the problem given, and I will be using the Quotient rule. This rule tells us
we can divide two powers with the same base by subtracting the exponents.
a
we
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Running Head: QUADRATIC EQUATION
Quadratic Equation
Vicky Garcia
MATT 222
Instructor: Glidewell
August 19, 2013
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Running Head: QUADRATIC EQUATION
This weeks assignment I will be solving problem 56 on page 666. The problem says that
a chain store manage