COMPUTER ETHICS 10 COMMANDMENTS
MEGAN BISHOP
EDWARD BAKKER
FEBRUARY 1, 2015
COMPUTER ETHICS 10 COMMANDMENTS
Ethics deals with placing a "value" on acts according to whether they are "good" or "bad". Every society has its rules about whether certain acts
For this discussion, I was given problem number 20 and we were asked to find equations for lines
parallel and perpindicular lines of the given equation and points.
The equation I was assigned was y=x+4 and the ordered pair correlated with my assigned equa
For this week's discussion we are dealing with a literal equation to figure out the correct dosage for
children and a conditional equation to find the child's age. Cowling's Rule gives us the
following formula and variables:
d= Child's dosage D= Adult dos
1. Question :
When looking at the problem given in the video, Example
97, Evaluate an expression, which is located in the media section
of Chapter 1, the presenter shows that the first step in evaluating
the exponent results in:
52 = 25
Student Answer:
52
This week we are learning Parallel and Perpendicular lines. I will admit that I am having a very difficult time comprehending the formula in the
example this week. My work in my ALEKs Lab, the formula was also giving me a lot of trouble. However, as we al
My husband and I would like to remodel our home within the next 12 years. We would like to
add another bathroom, bedroom and redo the kitchen. We figured that we will need $40,000 total
in order to achieve this goal. In the meantime, weve found an investm
Grade Details - All Questions
Question 1 Question :
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The presenter of example 50, The Multiplication Property of
Equality: Fractional Coefficient which is located in the media
section of Chapter 2, says that when solving for t, both sides of
the equation
Cowlings Rule is a formula used to determine a child size dose based on the childs age and what an adult dose is. This is a literal equation
meaning there is more than one variable will be used to solve the equation of what the childs dose should be. We w
If your assigned number is
On Page 345-6
On Page 345-6
On Page 353
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Page 345 Problem #10
For this problem I need to find the two integers are need that have a product of -6 and a sum of 5. Keeping in mind that as the product of 6 is
positive and
INTRODUCTION
Hello to all! My name is Tiffany Heath. I am 34 years old and live in Tallahassee Florida with my 2
beautiful daughters Taylor at age 13 and Ainsley at age 9. Family is a very big aspect of my life and I
value and cherish every minute. We lov
For this discussion, I have chosen to start a college fund for my daughters.
Cost of the college fund in 12 years: 40,000
Interest amount on the purchase: 6%
Time to purchase: 12 years
Below is the formula that I will be using to show how much money I wil
For the problems on pages 345 and 346, factor the polynomials using whatever strategy seems
appropriate. State what methods you will use and then demonstrate the methods on your problems,
explaining the process as you go. Discuss any particular challenges
For the problems on pages 345 and 346, factor the polynomials using whatever strategy seems
appropriate.
Problem #28 (Factor each polynomial. If the polynomial is prime, say so)
3y + y-10 The given expression. To factor the given expression, I need two in
For the problems on pages 345 and 346, factor the polynomials using whatever strategy seems
appropriate. State what methods you will use and then demonstrate the methods on your problems,
explaining the process as you go. Discuss any particular challenges
Initial Investment
The desired item is college fund. One of my goals in life is to graduate college, and achieve my
degree. For that I need to attend college, however, college is not cheap. I will have to use
$35,000 for my bachelors degree in Business Ad
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
My date of birth is February 29, 1976, so following the directions, I converted the numbers
into the correct variables. a=2, b=(-29), c=76
For my first equation I replaced all the letters that were given as samples with my
Formulas
To resolve Cowlings Rule, which is an example of conditional equation, we have to substitute
the variables to their descriptions. In all literal equation they have variables, this one has three
variables, which are:
a = age,
D = adult dose,
d = c
Since my last name is Lenhardt-Betts and the third letter of my last name is N I will be using the column
for A or N and problems 80 and 106 on page 345 and problem 68 on page 353.
I am a not going to kid anyone here. I struggled with this weeks discussio
Factoring
In this weeks discussion, I will be factoring polynomials using the appropriate strategy associated
with the assigned problem. Since the third letter of my name is n, on pages 345-6 I will be
working on problems 80 and 106 and on page 353 I will
Parallel and Perpendicular
Parallel example. Parallel lines never intersect with each other and have the same slope. My first
name starts with A, so I will use: y= 1/2x +3 (-2, 1).
The slope of my parallel line is 1/2. I need to replace ordered pair with
Week 4 Discussion
Initial Investment
Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review the example of
how to complete the math required for this assignment:
1. Think of something you want or need for which you currently do n
Week 5 - Discussion 1
Factoring
Problem #42
m2 + 23m + 24
To factor this polynomial, I started by breaking down every term into Prime Factors,
which expands the expression to:
m x m + 23 x m + 24
Next I looked for factors that appear in every single term
Week 3 - Discussion 1
Parallel and Perpendicular
Given an equation of a line, find equations for lines parallel or perpendicular to it going through
specified points. Find the appropriate equations and points from the table below. Simplify your
equations
Ashford 3: - Week 2 - Discussion 1
Solve parts (a) and (b) of the problem using the following details indicated for your assigned number:
21 adult dose 75mg Tamiflu; 3 year old child
1000mg adult, 167mg child
Vocabulary words
Literal equation
Formula
Solv
Question Type:
True/False
Multiple Choice
# Of Questions:
2
3
# Correct:
2
3
Grade Details - All Questions
Question 1.Question :
In order to graph the inequality given in the video Example
12, Graphing Linear inequalities: Less than, which is located in t
Question Type:
True/False
Multiple Choice
# Of Questions:
1
4
# Correct:
1
3
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Question 1.Question :
When looking at 3x = 2x +9, the example of the video, Example
62 Variables on Both Sides, which is located in the media sectio
Question Type:
True/False
Multiple Choice
# Of Questions:
2
3
# Correct:
2
3
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Question 1.Question :
When looking at the problem given in the Video Example 66 GCF
is a Binomial, located in the media section of Chapter 5, there
Question Type:
True/False
Multiple Choice
# Of Questions:
3
2
# Correct:
3
2
Grade Details - All Questions
Question 1.Question :
The presenter of Example 58, Subtraction of Polynomials, which is
located in the media section of Chapter 4, the example has t
Question Type:
True/False
Multiple Choice
# Of Questions:
3
2
# Correct:
3
2
Grade Details - All Questions
Question 1.Question :
When looking at the example in the video, Example 44, Using the
Distributive Property to Factor, which is located in the media