For my discussion, I will be factoring problems #10 and #90 from pages 345 and 346, as well as
#22 from page 353. I will also be using the following five vocabulary words in my explanation of
the problems: factor, GCF, prime factors, perfect square and gr
MAT 222 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
My first problem was # 14 on pages 708-711.
The relation is h(x) = | - 2x |
The point that I had graphed were (-2,4), (-1,2), (0,0), (2,1), (4,2).
x
h(x)
4
-2
2
-1
0
0
2
1
4
2
My graph was shaped like a V facing upward parabol
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Principal root
Product rule
Quotient rule
Reciprocal
nth root
In my discussion, I was given the problem number 82 and 50 from pages 575-577 and 584-585.
In the first problem, I am to simplify with positive exponents. Keeping in mind that using the power
x2 7x + 12
5x
29
w2 9w 36
16w2 1
MAT221 Week 1 discussion
The domain of any algebraic expression in one variable is the set of all real numbers that can be used in
place of the variable. For rational expressions, the domain must exclude any real numbers t
I will be using my sons birth date for this exercise and it is 10 September 2012. This means that I have
the following integers to work with:
A= 9
B= -10
C= 12
The algebraic expression AC will be used for parts 3 5 of the required discussion.
A) A^3 B^3 T
A domain is a set of possible values of the independent variable . It will make the function work
and will kick out the y values .
A denominator cannot be zero because it won't be a legal fraction because the overall value
would be undefined . You can't d
RUNNING HEAD: Problems 35 & 37
Problems 35 and 37
Randy Fleming
MAT 126
James Segala
October 8, 2012
RUNNING HEAD: Problems 35 & 37
There needs to be an introduction that summarizes to the reader what they are about to learn in
the report.
Problem 35:
In
RUNNING HEAD: are you sure?
1
Are you sure its fat free?
Randy Fleming
MAT 126
James Segala
October 15, 2012
2
Are you sure?
We have learned that food companies often calculate fat content in a misleading way to sway you
into buying certain products witho
RUNNING HEAD: Supplement: Misuses.
1
Supplement: Misuses of Statistics
MAT 126
Randy Fleming
James Segala
November 5, 2012
2
Supplement: Miuses.
We have learned in our recent studies in class different ways that companies or
advertisement agencies use to
RUNNING HEAD: Problems 35 & 37
Problems 35 and 37
Randy Fleming
MAT 126
James Segala
October 8, 2012
RUNNING HEAD: Problems 35 & 37
Problem 35:
In this scenario a 90 foot tower is to be built. We already know that to get the first 10 ft built it is
going
1.
In your own words, describe two main differences between classical and empirical probabilities.
o
2.
Classical Probability implies having an equal chance of probability. Empirical Probability is
a probability based on calculations of certain events whi
RUNNING HEAD: Pythagorean Triples.
1
Pythagorean Triples
Randy Fleming
Mat 126
James Segala
October 29, 2012
2
Pythagorean Triples
After doing some research I learned that Pythagorean Triples are a set of 3 positive numbers that
when the first 2 numbers s
Part 1
1.
In your own words, define the word function.
A: A function is a set of number(x and y) where for every x there is only one possible outcome for y. In other words there is no y in
the set of numbers that are the same.
2.
Give your own example of
RUNNING HEAD: are you sure?
1
Are you sure its fat free?
Randy Fleming
MAT 126
James Segala
October 15, 2012
2
Are you sure?
We have learned that food companies often calculate fat content in a misleading way to sway you
into buying certain products witho
1.
Choose a room in your house. Measure the length, the width, and the height. Make sure you use feet and inches. Most rooms are not a
whole number, such as 10 feet; they are 10 feet and 3 inches, or 9 feet 6 inches, etc.
NOTE: Do not use decimal numbers
RUNNING HEAD: Pythagorean Triples.
1
Pythagorean Triples
Randy Fleming
Mat 126
James Segala
October 29, 2012
2
Pythagorean Triples
After doing some research I learned that Pythagorean Triples are a set of 3 positive numbers that
when the first 2 numbers s
RUNNING HEAD:Projects
1
Projects
Randy Fleming
MAT 126
James Segala
October 22, 2012
2
Projects
For this weeks assignment we are exploring quadratic equations. It is said that the
method we are using comes from India. I am going to demonstrate a 6 step pr
1.
Select the first three letters of your last name. Each letter has a numerical place value in the alphabet. For
example, D is 4, L is 12, and Z is 26. Add the three place values together. For example, Wallace would yield
WAL, which is 23+1+12 = 36.
2.
F
MAT 222 Week 1 DQ1
Domains of Rational Expressions
In this discussion, you are assigned two rational expressions with which you will work. Remember that
each polynomial must be fully factored and that you can only cancel factors; you cannot cancel terms.
MAT 222 Week 2 DQ1
One-Variable Compound Inequalities
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 v
Problem #26
The function is
h ( x )=3 x 2
x
h ( x )=3 x 2
-2
2 2
h (2 )=3
-12
-1
1
h (1 ) =3
-3
0
0 2
h ( 0 )=3
0
1
1 2
h ( 1 )=3
-3
2
2
h ( 2 )=3
2
-12
2
For this function I was able to find the y value by substituting the values
for x into the funct
Nausea from air sickness affects some travelers. A drug company. wanting to establish the effectiveness of its motion sickness pili, randomly gives either its piil or a looksalike suga
pi| (placebo) to 200 passengers.
Degree of Nausea
None Siignt Mode
CONFIDENCE IN DRUGS
0
Confidence In Drugs
MAT 540 Statistical Concepts for Research
Instructor: Paul LaBine
April 24, 2017
CONFIDENCE IN DRUGS
1
Confidence In Drugs
Billions of dollars are spent on media buy towards ads relating to medical conditions and
Dear Instructor LaBine and Class,
It was difficult to research by using the terms Scatter Plot or plotting index to look for a good example. So I added terms
relative to me including, Disney, Florida, Orlando, etc. in order to make the search more relevan
Dear Instructor LaBine and Class:
Research at its most basic form is the quest to find answers. The decision for most beginner
researchers has to deal with which type of research will best fit the process of finding the
intended answers. There is always t