Is It Ever Permissible To Torture a Person?
Clay Vaughn Jr.
PHI103 Informal Logic (ACL1647D)
Ginger Lee
December 18, 2016
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Is It Ever Permissible To Torture a Person?
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The topic that has a lot of people's heads rolling back is Is It Ever Permissible To
Today I will be doing the problems 40, 94, and 52 from the textbook.
Exercise 40.
h236 + 5h
1. Put the equation into ax2+bx+c form.
h2+5h-36
2. To factor h2+5h-36, we need two integers that have a product of 36 and a sum of 5. I know that
I need to find a
I am thinking of investing in a new vehicle. I want something that is small eco-friendly and good on gas.
I have been looking at the Toyota Prius and the Toyota Corolla. Now vehicles range within the $20,000
price but the Corolla is a bit cheaper which wo
Hello everyone,
Today I will be completing the math problems that are based on the third letter of your last name. Since
my last name is Moss I will doing Exercise 4 on page 635 and Exercise 82 on page 637.
Exercise 4 Page 635
w2-2w=15
w2-2w=15
-15=-15 Su
Today I will be solving the radical expressions 42 from page 576 and 101 from
page 577 because my first name ends with the letter a. So today I will be trying to
simplify the radical expressions in these equations.
To begin first lets make sure that the r
First of all, let me say I apologize because I did the wrong set of problems I went by the third letter of my
first name. But I did go back and do the correct math problems for the discussion, which where 46 on
page 636 and 48 on page 646. Now in order to
Since my last name ends with N I will be solving problems 16 and 50 from the eBook. So lets get
started.
h(x) =|-2x|
First choose values for x and find h(x). I am going to use -2, -1, 0, 1, and 2 for the values of h(x). Since I
am looking for the absolute
Hello everyone
Today I will be solving Exercise 2 on page 708 and Exercise 56 on page 710.
Exercise 2
f (x)=4
y=4
x
y
-2
4
-1 0 1
4 4 4
2
4
In order to the graph the equation we have to find the x value for this function in relation to the
y value. Since
I will be using my nieces birthday which is 12/14/06. I will be using these three algebraic equations
1. a3-b3
2. (a-b)(a2+ab+b2)
3. (b-c)
(2b-a)
Using the birthday and variables as instructed: Now let a = the one- or two-digit month number, b = the
negat
1. My birthdate is August 18, 1988. The following is a list of variables and their
corresponding integers. The variables are a, b, and c. The integers are made
from the date 8/18/88.
a=8
b = -18
c = 88
2.
a3 b3
3
3
8 +18
512+ 5832
6344
I started by replac
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Simplifying Expressions
Carmen Sotelo
MAT 221
Dr. Patricia Chernovitz
MAY 5, 2014
Running Head: INEQUALITIES
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INEQUALITIES
The textbook provides the Body Mass Index (BMI) formula on page 151
(Dugopolski, 2012) as follows: BMI
Running Head: TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITY
Two Variable Inequality
Carmen Sotelo
MAT 221
Dr. Patricia Chernovitz
MAY 12, 2014
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Running Head: TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITY
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TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
Two variable inequalities are an important concept to understand.
David Wright
Wk. 1 D. 1
April 07, 2016
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
The five vocabulary words I will be using to complete this equation for the Week One
Discussion assignment are Exponent, Integer, Variable, Lowest terms, and Divisor.
The formula I wi
Marco A. Caban
MAT222 Week 5 Discussion Relations and Functions
For Week 5 discussion we are assigned two equations with which you will then do a variety of
math work having to do with mathematical functions. The last letter of my last name is "N" so I
wi
Running Head: QUADRATIC FORMULAS
Real World Quadratic Functions
Marco A. Caban
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra
Submitted to Prof. John Gomillion
June 16, 2013
Real World Quadratic Functions
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QUADRATIC FORMULAS
2
A chain store manager has been told by the ma
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Running Head: RADICAL FORMULAS
Real World Radical Formulas
Marco A. Caban
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra
Submitted to Prof. John Gomillion
June 9, 2013
Real World Radical Formulas
RADICAL FORMULAS
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It is stated in #103 on page 605 that the capsize screen
Marco Caban
MAT 222
Week 2 Discussion 2
This is my and compound inequality -10 < -2 + 8x < 22
-10 < -2 + 8x < 22
The and compound inequality.
What that means is the inequality must fulfill two conditions at the same time. It means -2 + 8x
must be greater
Running Head: TWO-VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
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Two-Variable Inequalities
Marco A. Caban
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra
Submitted to Prof. John Gomillion
June 1, 2013
Two-Variable Inequalities
A shipping container can carry maximum of 330 TV's and no refrigerator
Two-Variable Inequalities
A shipping container can carry maximum of 330 TV's and no refrigerators, or maximum of no
TV's and 110 refrigerators. Study the graph and write an equation to fit the line. Pretend the
triangle region is shaded in and change your
Running Head: COMPOSITION AND INVERSE
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Composition and Inverse
Marco A. Caban
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra
Submitted to Prof. John Gomillion
June 23, 2013
Composition and Inverse
We are working with the following functions:
QUADRATIC FORMULAS
f(x) = 2x +
MAT222 Week 3 Discussion
Simplifying Radicals
For Week 3 we are asked to:
1. Simplify each expression using the rules of exponents and explain the steps you
are taking.
2. Next, write each expression in the equivalent radical form and demonstrate how it
c
Running Head: FINANCIAL POLYNOMIALS
Financial Polynomials
Marco A. Caban
MAT 221 Introduction to Algebra
Submitted to Dr. Stacie Williams
April 6, 2013
Financial Polynomials
Polynomials are equations of variables, consisting of two or more summed terms. I
Running Head: PYTHAGOREAN QUADTRACTIC
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Pythagorean Quadratic
Marco A. Caban
MAT 221 Introduction to Algebra
Submitted to Dr. Stacie Williams
April 14, 2013
Pythagorean Quadratic
"The Pythagorean theorem was one of the earliest theorems known to ancient
c
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Running Head: INEQUALITIES
Inequalities
Marco A. Caban
MAT 221 Introduction to Algebra
Submitted to Dr. Stacie Williams
March 24, 2013
Inequalities
Just like with equations, the solution to an inequality is a value that makes the inequality
true. You ca
Running Head: TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITY
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Two Variable Inequality
Marco A. Caban
MAT 221 Introduction to Algebra
Submitted to Dr. Stacie Williams
March 24, 2013
Two Variable Inequality
We all know that in any linear equation contains the equal sign. So what
Running Head: ABC'S CORPORATE CONTROLLER
Final Paper: ABC's Corporate Controller
Marco A. Caban
ACC 206 Principles of Accounting II
Submitted to Professor George Wakgira
January 30, 2014
Final Paper: ABC's Corporate Controller
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ABC'S CORPORATE CONTROLL
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Running Head: INEQUALITIES
Inequalities
Marco A. Caban
MAT 221 Introduction to Algebra
Submitted to Dr. Stacie Williams
March 16, 2013
Inequalities
The first interval shows who might have a longer life span than average. The compound inequality
for this
Marco Caban
MAT 222 WK1 DIS1
We are given two rational expressions to work with.
&
First we are asked to find the domain of each expression. To do this I will set the denominator
equal to zero and solve for x.
2x+1
The first expression
2x+1=0
set the deno
MAT221 Week 3 Discussion
Simplifying Radicals
For Week 3 we are asked to:
1. Simplify each expression using the rules of exponents and explain the steps you
are taking.
2. Next, write each expression in the equivalent radical form and demonstrate how it
c