Week two Discussion
One Variable Compound Inequalities

Compound inequality
And
Or
Intersection
Union
This is my and compound inequality: 12 2 + 2x 10
What that means is 2+2x must be equal to or less than 10 and also at the same
time greater than or eq
Hello everyone!
I am very excited about this class because I love math. My father is an
algebra math teacher and my grandfather teaches college algebra,
geometry, and calculus. I am from Milwaukee, WI but I live in Houston, TX
where I met my fianc of know
Week 3 Discussion
For this weeks discussion I am going to find the equations of lines that are parallel or perpendicular to
the given lines and which are passing through the specified point. First, I will work on the equation for
the parallel line.
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Week 2 Discussion
For this discussion we are to use Cowlings Rule to determine the child sized dose of
a particular medicine. With this being a literal equation this one has three
variables.
The Formula is:
D=
D(a+1)
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a= childs age
D= adult dose
d= chil
Week One Discussion
1. I will use the following vocabulary words to demonstrate their meaning to my math work.
Exponent
Integer
Variable
Lowest terms
Divisor
2. I will be using my birth date for this exercise, and it is December 28 th, 1993.This mean
Answer
1) Inferential statistics example
You have been hired by the XYZ Company which has over 10,000 employees and asked to
examine what their employees think about their working policy. Whom will you ask?
This is the case of inferential statistics becau
Geometry Midterm Exam
Name: _Jerome Hines_ _
Student Number: _JM1408230_
Answer the questions below. Make sure to show your work and provide complete geometric explanations
for full
credit.
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MATH 221 Statistics for Decision Making
Week 2 iLab
Name:_Jodie Wimer_
Statistical Concepts that you will learn after completing this iLab:
Using Excel for Statistics
Graphics
Shapes of Distributions
Descriptive Statistics
Empirical Rule
Week 2 iLa
MATH 221 Statistics for Decision Making
Week 4 iLab
Name: _Jodie Wimer_
MATH221
Statistical Concepts:
Probability
Binomial Probability Distribution
Calculating Binomial Probabilities
Open a new Excel worksheet.
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Open spreadsheet
In cell A
Exercise91
(1)
Product
Cost
(2)
Per Unit
Inventory Value
[Lower of (1)
and (2)]
NRV (*)
1
$ 20
$34
$20
2
90
80
80
3
50
60
50
* Selling price less costs to sell.
Exercise93
(1)
(2)
Per Unit
Inventory
Value
[Lower of (1)
and (2)]
Product
Cost
NRV (*)
A
$40
Drive (miles)
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An Analysis of the Financial Statements of the CocaCola Company
1
An Analysis of the 2016 Financial Statements of the CocaCola Company
An Analysis of the Financial Statements of the CocaCola Company
Introduction
An Analysis of the Financial Statements
Exercise 71
Requirement 1
Cash and cash equivalents includes:
a. Balance in checking account
Balance in savings account
b. Undeposited customer checks
c. Currency and coins on hand
f. U.S. treasury bills with 2month maturity
Total
$13,500
22,100
5,200
58
WEEK 4 SOLUTIONS
Exercise 51
Requirement 1
Alpine West should recognize revenue over the ski season on an anticipated usage basis; in this
case, equally throughout the season. The fact that the $450 price is nonrefundable is not
relevant to the revenue r
MAT222 Intermediate Algebra
(S. Salmasizadeh)
Week One Guidance
Hello everyone and welcome to MAT222  Intermediate Algebra. I hope you are as excited as I
am about the journey we are about to embark upon. Over the next five weeks, we will have the
opport
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(1) Represent all numbers between 2 and 4: (2,4)
The smaller number is always on the left.
In set notation, this interval would be represented as cfw_x 2 < x < 4.
This is read as the set of numbers x such that x is greater than 2 and less than 4.
(2) Re
My first assigned problem was #12 on page 708. For this problem I will graph the
absolute value function as well as state its domain and range.
1.
x
g ( x ) =x3
2
g( x)
1
0
1
2
1
2
3
2
Domain: ( , )
1
Range: (3, )
Vertex: (0,3)
The first step to
I want to have 25,000 in my childs college fund in 15 years.
The cost in 15 years will be 25,000 dollars
The interest rate of my invest will be 7%
The resent value formula is
P=A(1+r)n
so the P presents the value which the amount to A dollar in the n yea
A) My assigned number is 31. I calculated for a 7yearold child dose of
ibuprofen given that the adult dose is 200 mg.
d = D(a + 1) I used Cowlings literal equation to solve for the variable
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d = 200(7 + 1) I substituted 200 for D and 7 for a.
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d = 2
1, Im using my birthday which is 11/19/1985
a=11 b=19
c=85
a3 b3=
a3(6859)
1331(6859)
1331+6859=8190
The steps I did, I put the following integers in the variables a=11 and b=19. Both of the
variables had the exponent of 3. I did raise both of the i
Lab 1 Introduction to Science
Exercise 1: The Scientific Method
In this exercise, you will answer the questions based on what you have seen in the videos
throughout the lab. Be sure to pay careful attention to the videos you will not only need them to
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I did number 31
The given equation y = 2x + 5; (3,0) my parallel and perpendicular lines need to pass through
(3,0)
Here is what I got on my slope 2 so the parallel given which will have the origin slope that is
given on the line. First, the parallel wi
Hi Laverne,
You did a wonderful job on your week 5 discussion. It was easy to follow. For Number 48
15y^2+8y+1 here is what I got.
I believe the first term is 15y^2 and the coefficient is 15
Now the middle term is +8y and the coefficient is 8
The las term
CowlingsRule
I. Solving (a)
To solve part (a), I used the formula:
d=D(a+1)
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We know this as Cowling's Rule, which is a process used to solve linear equations, like
this one, involving two or more variables. The variables in this equation are:
D=adult d
ASSIGNMENT 4
C17 College Mathematics
Directions: Answer each question in the handout and show all your work.
Use Microsoft Equation Editor or a similar tool to help you insert
mathematical equations and symbols in your response. For further
assistance, do
ASSIGNMENT 4
C17 College Mathematics
Directions: Answer each question in the handout and show all your work.
Use Microsoft Equation Editor or a similar tool to help you insert
mathematical equations and symbols in your response. For further
assistance, do
What struck you in particular as you explored the course materials this week?
What struck me was learning about The Native Americans and how white settlers took their land
and decimated the buffalos to keep the American Indians under government control.
Hello everyone and Instructor, my name is Theresa Duarte and I am 42 yrs. Old. I have two
grown children that live back in Texas. I was born and raised in Texas, but am currently in Iowa.
I am hoping to move back to Texas in the summer to be closer to my
Since my last name begins with M this is my and compound inequality: 1 3 +2x < 11
In order to solve these inequalities we need to write them as two separates inequalities and find
the values of x that satisfy both of them, so it would mean that 3 +2x mus