1. My birthday is 10/24/86 so I will be using these integers to substitute the following
variables a, b, and c.
a = 10,
b = -24 (24 will be negative integer)
c = 86
2. Use the following algebraic expressions for parts 3-5 of the discussion:
3
a b
3
a3 b3
My assigned number is number 1 so I will be factoring the problems 2 and 82 on page 345-6 and
problem 14 on page 353.
Beginning with problem 2 which is y2 + 6y + 5
Using the Ac method which is a method of factoring trinomials in the form of ax2+bx +c
y2 +
For this discussion I will be using Cowlings Rule to find out the child sized dose of a
particular medicine. Cowlings Rule is a formula which helps convert an adult dose into a childs
dose using the childs age. I will be using the formula d = D(a + 1)
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Since my assigned number is 17. My and compound inequality: 1 < 6x + 1 13. My
compound inequality needs to accomplish two situations simultaneously. In my compound
inequality 6x + 1 has to be equal to or less than or equal to 13 and in addition it must be
Per our instructions I am to use the number that I was assigned to find out what equations
to use to solve for the parallel or perpendicular lines since I have been assigned the number 1 I
will be using the equation below for this weeks discussion
y = x +
My desired item is an auto loan for a 2017 Grand Cherokee Limited. In 12 years it will
cost me roughly around $37,895 with an interest rate of 8%. Using the Present Value Formula on
page 270 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra which is P = A(1 + r)-n I
My last letter to my first name is R to I was charged with the questions of number 94 and 62 for this
weeks discussion post.
84. 9-191/2
9-191/2 (Original Problem)
9 = 32 (Get the nth root)
(9)1 = (32)1 = 32
(9-1) x32
2
Simplify to:
(9)-1 = (32)(-1) = (3)
With my last name being Redd I have been assigned the following task for this weeks discussion. This
is my and compound inequality:
My first compound inequality that I will be working on is -11 -5 + 6x < 13. This inequality means that it
must fulfill two
With the third letter in my last name is D Im charged with the following problems #10 located on page
635 and #20 located on page 646.
10. 4w^2-25=0
Add 25 to both sides.
4w^2=25
Divide by 4.
W^2=25/4
Square root of both sides.
w=
25/4
Simplify.
w=
25
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My first name starts with the initial J. for Jamaar below are my equations for this weeks discussion posts.
DOMAINS OF RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
The two rational expressions that I have been given to work with are:
5m2 + m
7m
AND
12y 15
25y2 4
The word domain
My last letter to my last name is D to I was charged with the questions of number 94 and 62 for this
weeks discussion post.
16
94. ( 81 )-1/4
1. Simplify the problem
16
( 81 )-1)/4
16 = 24
(16)-1 = (24)(-1) = (2)(-4)
81 = 34(81)-1 = (34)(-1) = (3)(-4)
(2)
Hello classmates, Im Jamaar Redd; Im a married father of four originally from Chester, PA. Im presently
living in the El Paso area due to me being in the military. I currently have 12 more courses to complete
for my bachelors in business management from A
Assignment # 4
Michael Gouchie
Mat 221 Instructor Deshonda Stringer
09 June 2014
Financial Polynomials
Financial polynomials are commonly used in finance to calculate present value. This is
used in accounting when the present value of money or assets must
Running Head: PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM
1
Assignment # 5
Michael Gouchie
Mat 221 Instructor Deshonda Stringer
16 June 2014
Pythagorean Theorem
According to problem 98 on page 371 of our text book, Ahmed has half of a treasure
map, which indicates that the treas
Assignment # 3
Michael Gouchie
Mat 221 Instructor Deshonda Stringer
2 June 2014
Ozark Furniture Company
The first step is much like any other step; we must attain a understanding of what we are
working with. Ozark Furniture Company can obtain at most 3,00
Assignment # 1
Michael Gouchie
Mat 221 Instructor Deshonda Stringer
19 May 2014
In the first assignment we need to be able to simplify our equations, using many methods. As we
us like terms to shorten down the equations, we cant forget that removing the p
Running Head: Comparing the Dreamcast and the Playstation 2
Assignment 2: Comparing the Dreamcast and the Playstaion 2
ENG 121
Instructor: Craig Smith
May 8, 2011
The 6th generation of videogame consoles set a new standard of innovation in the gaming
indu
Story of my life 1
Story Of My Life
Assignment 1
PSY202
Instructor: Virginia Krauss
March 17, 2011
Story of my life 2
Outline
1) Where I am from?
Moved a lot
2) Who were the important people in my life?
Parents, mentors/teacher and bosses?
3) Who was my f
Final Writing Assignment
Transformational Change
March 4, 2011
The four stages of Transformation learning are recognizing a significant problem,
confronting it intensely, finding a solution, and integrating a new perspective into your life.
Transformation
Assignment 1
Assignment 1 week 2
EXP105
Instructor: Terri Surrency
February 9, 2011
My motivation for learning comes from wanting to have a better life. I live in Michigan
and our economy is one of the worst in the country at the present point in time. Fi
QUADRATIC EQUATIONS
0
Assignment 3: Quadratic Equations
MAT 126
Instructor: Yuhan Lim
July 5, 2011
QUADRATIC EQUATIONS
1
In this assignment we used a method from India to solve quadratic equations, and then
investigated a formula to determine if it could
FAT AND PROTEIN PERCENTAGES
0
Assignment 2: Fat and Protein Percentages
MAT 126
Instructor: Yuhan Lim
July 3, 2011
FAT AND PROTEIN PERCENTAGES
1
In this assignment we studied the fat and protein content of several food items to see what
the true fat and p
Story of my life 1
Story Of My Life
Assignment 1
PSY202
Instructor: Virginia Krauss
March 17, 2011
Story of my life 2
Outline
1) Where I am from?
Moved a lot
2) Who were the important people in my life?
Parents, mentors/teacher and bosses?
3) Who was my f
PYTHAGOREAN TRIPLES
0
Assignment 4: Pythagorean Triples
MAT 126
Instructor: Yuhan Lim
July 14, 2011
PYTHAGOREAN TRIPLES
1
This assignment was a study of the Pythagorean Theorem. This theorem states that for
any right triangle, the sum of the squares of th
Parallel and Perpendicular
I will be finding the equations of parallel and perpendicular lines with the provided equation and point.
Parallel
The equation I have been assigned is: y = 1/4 x - 2
The parallel line must pass through point (8, -1)
Parallel li
adult dose 75mg Tamiflu; 11 year old child
1000mg adult, 600mg child
I have been assigned to calculate a 11-year-old childs dose of Tamiflu given that the adult dose is 75mg.
d = childs dose
D = adult dose
a = childs age
d=
D(a+ 1)
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The Cowlings Rule fo