Hello Instructor Glidewell and class,
Also in this weeks discussion, my assigned number is 28.
Given equation
4 3 + 7x < 24
5 x 7 or 8x 3 > 29
My equation is a compound equality where 3+7x must be less than or
equal to -4 and at the same time less than 24
Running Head: SOLVING PROPORTIONS
1
Solving Proportions
Name
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra
Prof. Richard Smatt
May 23, 2014
SOLVING PROPORTIONS
2
Solving Proportions
Conservationists are able to use proportions in order to estimate animal populations. To
d
The two rational expressions I have been assigned are:
20c3 + 5c2 c
7c 14
3a2 12a
24a2 18a
First Problem:
20c3 + 5c2 c
7c 14
7c 14
The domain for this algebraic expression can be found by setting it equal to zero
and working to isolate the variable.
7c -
11.2 Graphs of Functions and Relations
Graph each function, and state the domain and range
Problem # 24
y=|x2|
(2,0)
Vertex for y = | x 2 | and is the starting point
(2, 0)
Substitute the x value 0 into f (x) = | x - 2 to get y = 2.
y = f (0) = | (0) 2|
R
Week 2 Discussion:
Assigned #: 19
In this discussion, you will be demonstrating your understanding of compound inequalities and the effect that
dividing by a negative has on an inequality. Read the following instructions in order and view the example
(ava
Problem #58: Simplifying Expressions Involving Variables
Simplify each expression. Assume the variables represent any real number and use absolute value as necessary.
b
( 10)1/ 2
a
1
( )
mn
n
Apply the Power Rule and multiply exponents, ( m) = a to get b1
If your
Use
assigned FACTORING to
number is
solve:
25x x3 = 0
19
Use the
QUADRATIC
FORMULA to
solve:
3x2 + x - 2 = 0
x
I will use factoring to solve my first problem: 25x 25x -
x
3
25x -
x
3
2
x 25 + x (- ( x ) = 0
Move x
x 25 + x (x (25 2
x
x
2
2
2
)=0
)
SAS Curriculum Pathways
Algebra I: User Tips
Entering Answers
As you work through the course, youll frequently be asked to enter answers using math notation.
To enter math notation such as fractions, radicals, or a not-equal sign, use the palette availabl
Week 1
Real Numbers and Their Properties
(Section 1.3: Addition and
Subtraction of Real Numbers)
Week 1 Objectives
This week students will:
Utilize proper math terminology in written explanations.
Compute basic operations with signed numbers.
Exemplify
Week 1
Real Numbers and Their Properties
(Section 1.5: Exponential Expressions
and the Order of Operations)
Week 1 Objectives
This week students will:
Utilize proper math terminology in written explanations.
Compute basic operations with signed numbers.
Week 1
Real Numbers and Their Properties
(Section 1.6, 1.7, 1.8)
Week 1 Objectives
This week students will:
Utilize proper math terminology in written explanations.
Compute basic operations with signed numbers.
Exemplify properties of real numbers.
Ex
Week 1
Real Numbers and Their Properties
(Section 1.4: Multiplication and
Division of Real Numbers)
Week 1 Objectives
This week students will:
Utilize proper math terminology in written explanations.
Compute basic operations with signed numbers.
Exempl
Week 1
Real Numbers and Their Properties
(Section 1.2: Fractions)
Week 1 Objectives
This week students will:
Utilize proper math terminology in written explanations.
Compute basic operations with signed numbers.
Exemplify properties of real numbers.
E
Week 1
Real Numbers and Their Properties
Section 1.1 The Real Numbers
Week 1 Objectives
This week students will:
Utilize proper math terminology in written explanations.
Compute basic operations with signed numbers.
Exemplify properties of real numbers
Week 1
Introduction
My name is TaNasha Young; I am a mother of two and wife to a wonderful active duty Air Force
man. I have one girl, she is 14 years old and a son who is six years old. I have been a student at
Ashford since this past summer, earning my
Week 1
Introduction
My name is TaNasha Young; I am a mother of two and wife to a wonderful active duty Air Force
man. I have one girl, she is 14 years old and a son who is six years old. I have been a student at
Ashford since this past summer, earning my
Graph the parabola.
=y +x 423
To graph the parabola, plot the vertex and four additional points, two on each side of the vertex.
Then click on the graph icon.
The solutions of the quadratic equation
=+a x 2+b x c 0
are given by the quadratic formula.
2
=x
Running Head:TWO-VAR INEQ
1
Two-Variable Inequalities
Leslye Sanchez
MAT 222 Week 2 Assignment
Professor Lane Andrew
September, 22nd 2014
Solving Proportions
TWO-VAR INEQ
2
Two variable inequalities are used to determine possible solutions for a specific
Running Head:RADIC
1
Radicals
Leslye Sanchez
MAT 222 Week 3 Assignment
Professor Lane Andrew
September, 29th 2014
Radicals
RADIC
2
Rational exponents and rational expressions are a important form of expression that is
commonly used in the financial indust
Week 4 Discussion 1
The third letter of my last name is N, so I will be doing the following problems
40 and 50 on p. 636
2
My first problem will be solved my factoring as instructed. 3 x 6 x =24
To turn this into a equation able to factor I must first bri
Week 5 Discussion 1
We have all reached the last week of this class and should all be very proud of this
accomplishment. Personally I have struggled in this class, but I am proud of myself for not
giving up. I wish you all the best and good luck to all of
Week 2 Discussion 1
My last name begins with S so these are my assigned problems.
For my first problem,
This is my and compound inequality. It means 4 plus 2x must be equal to or less than 22 and
also greater than or equal to zero. First I subtract 4 from
Running Head: QUADRATIC FORMULA
Real World Quadratic Functions
MAT 222 Week 4 Assignment
Instructor Heidi Fernandez
June 1, 2014
Real World Quadratic Function
1
QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
2
In this weeks assignment we are learning the Quadratic Function. A quadr