I will be using the Cowlings Rule to find the proper dosage or medication. The
Cowlings Rule is the formula used to convert an adults dosage or medication in to a
childs dose using the childs age, and adults age. This literal equation has three
variables.
Part 1) I will use my birthday is 7/25/86. The integers numbers are as followed:
a=7
b = -25
c = 86
3
3
a b This is the given expression with variables a and b and exponents of 3 on
each of them
25
( 3)
73
343(15,625)
343+15,625
15,968
Part 2.)
2
2
(ab)(
Part 1:
Here is the equation I have been given.
y = x 2; (8, -1)
The parallel line must pass through point (8, -1)
The slope of my parallel ling is . Now I have the slope and the ordered pair I will
now use the point slop form of a linear equation to writ
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When people hear that someone they have known for years has committed a murder, they often
express great surprise and seem to find it hard to believe that the seemingly normal person they
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Practice Exam
MCR 3U0
1. Solve for x:
Name_
8 2 x 2 16 x 2
2. Simplify and state restrictions:
a)
x 2 4 x 4 x 2 5x 6
3x 6
x2 x 2
b)
2x
5
x 3x 2 x 1
2
c)
x 2 6 x 5 2 x 2 11 x 5
4x2 4
8x 2 4x
3. Solve the following (no decimal answers):
3 x 2 11 x 6 0
Pract
Question 1.
Question :
After viewing the example in the slideshow, Quadratic Functions, in the media section of Chapter 11, the presenter
locates the xintercepts by _.
Student Answer:
setting the y = 0 and solving for x.
setting the x = 0 and solving for
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1.
Question :
In the slideshow Rational Exponents, under media in
Chapter 9, the presenter reduces the expression so that
we can evaluate 2^3.
Studen
t
Answe
r:
True
Points Received:
False
0 of 1
Comments:
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5/4/2017
34 min , 15 secs
Good evening class, my assigned number is 31 and here are the steps I took for the following problem:
1.) For my and compound inequality -17 < 3 + 10x 33
I first have to separate the two inequalities
3 + 10x > -17 and 3 + 10x 33
My next step would be to s
Solving Quadratic Equations
I have always had trouble with quadratic equations, the videos provided a lot of
information that has helped me understand the process a lot better. This week my assignment is
to solve by factoring the equation. This problem co
Week 5 Discussion
Relations and Functions
Page 708 #4
A linear function is written in the form f(x) = mx + b.
My assigned function is g(x) = x + 2.
To solve for the x-intercept, you will set g(x) equal to 0.
0=x+2
Subtract 2 to both sides
0-2=x+22
-2 = x
Week Three Discussion 1: Simplifying Radicals
The process of simplifying radicals begins with using the rules of exponents. The Power Rule is
used when and exponent works on another exponent.
I was assigned the following expressions for the week 3 discuss
Week 2 Discussion
The assigned equations are one-variable compound inequalities.
My assigned and compound inequality is:
5 3x 2 < 8
5+2 -3x 2+2 < 8+2
Add 2 to all components of the inequality
7 -3x < 10
7/-3 -3x/-3 < 10/-3
Divide all parts by -3
-7/3 > x
Assigned Discussion Problem for
Week Five
Students Name
Blackwell,Javan
Brown,Christopher
Burrow,Lindsey
Buzzard,Cameron
Cephas,Tricia
Craig,Yolanda
Dobshinsky,Nakidra
Donovan,Kristin
Earle,Ammy
Garrett,Rachel
Goldsmith,Joshua
Grant,Janiel
Hartzog,David
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Allison Black
MAT221: Introduction to Algebra
Instructor: Issac Hines
Week 5 Discussion 1.
My assigned number was three; therefore I was assigned problem number 6 on page 345.
The problem reads: b^2+7b+12
I first began by trying to find the factor for eac
Parallel and Perpendicular
MAT221
Instructor Dula
David Christian Toepfer
10/8/2014
For this weeks discussion I was instructed to put forth the equation of a line parallel to
( y=x+ 3 , Which passes through the point (2,2 ) . To find this point if needed
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Question 1. Question :
Student Answer:
In the Video: Addition of Rational Expressions, located in the media section of
Chapter 6, the common denominator of first example problem is _.
(x 3)
(x 4)
(3x 4)
(x 7)
Points Received:
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Question 1.
Question :
Student Answer:
When looking the example in the video, Exercise 24: Using the LCD to Simplify Complex
Fractions: Denominators are Monomials, located in the media section of Chapter 6, the
LCD of the fra
My two rational expressions for this week are
22 x +11
x 3 x10
2
and
12 c
2
20 c +10 c .
The domain of a rational expression is all values that a variable can be. In rational expressions, it
will be any variable that does not create the denominator to be
For this weeks discussion, I will solve two compound inequalities using the connective and
and or. My and compound inequality is 5 3 x2 8 and my or compound
inequality is 5 x 15x6<1 .
Solving compound inequalities using the connective and.
5 3 x2 8
This i
For this weeks discussion I will graph and state the domain and range of
y=0.3 x . For my
second problem, I will graph of a function and state the domain and range of
Graph and state the domain and range of
y=|x2|+1 .
y=0.3 x .
The y-intercept is 0 and th
For this weeks discussion I will solve
x 39 x=0
49 1 2
x =0 using the
2 4
by factoring and
quadratic formula.
Use factoring to solve
3
x 9 x=0 .
x 39 x=0
x ( x 29 )=0
The first step in factoring out the problem is to factor out one
x
.
x ( x 29 )=0
x ( x
1. Solve parts (a) and (b) of the problem:
a. Adult dose 75mg Tamiflu; 5 year old child
b. 1200mg adult, 300mg child
2. Adult dose 75mg Tamiflu; 5 year old child
a. Using Cowlings Rule, I will solve the formula to find the child dosage. This literal
equat
1. Write your birth date as mm/dd/yy.
01/01/1990
a=1
b = -1
c = 90
2. Use the following algebraic expressions for the discussion:
3
3
a b
(a b)(a 2+ ab+b 2)
b c
2 ba
3. Evaluate the three given expressions using the a, b, and c from your birth date.
3
3
a