Formulas:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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10.
Find the common difference of the sequence 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, What is the common
difference ? 5
Find the 31st term in the sequence whose general term is an = -3 + 4(n - 1). 117
What is the common ratio for the geome
Week 1 54%
QUESTION 1
1.
Given f(x) = 3x2 6x + 1, evaluate f(-2)
A. -2
B. 25
C. 24
D. 1
5 points
QUESTION 2
1.
Which of the following graphs does NOT represent a function?
A.
B.
C.
D.
5 points
QUESTION 3
1.
Find the domain of f(x) = x 3
A. All real number
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Fiscal Problems
Yehuwdiyth Yodhhewawhe
Student ID: G00082764
AC460 Govt. & Non-Profit Accounting
March 13, 2014
Fiscal Problems
Value of Donated Assets
Which is the proper value to be assigned to certain donated assets? (This
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1a. As the curve approaches x = -3 from the left
x c f ( x )=3.1
lim
b. As the curve approaches x = -3 from the right
x c + f ( x )=3.1
lim
c. Since the two above one-sided limits agree
lim f ( x)=3.1
x c
2a. As the curv
Running head: FISCAL PROBLEMS
Fiscal Problems
Yehuwdiyth Yodhhewawhe
Student ID: G00082764
AC460 Govt. & Non-Profit Accounting
March 13, 2014
Fiscal Problems
Alleviating Fiscal Problems
A city imposes an overhead charge on one of its departments to allevi
Please answer the following problems, clearly showing all steps. You MUST use the specified
methods for problems 7, 8, and 9. Using a different method will yield ZERO points.
Calculate. If not possible, put undefined:
Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 = 5 poi
Matrices have several applications. This week, your task is to investigate and discuss an application of
matrices that you find interesting. Your post must be substantive and informative.
In robotics and automation, matrices are the base elements for the
Formulas:
1. Find the common difference of the sequence 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, What is the common difference ? 5
2. Find the 31st term in the sequence whose general term is an = -3 + 4(n - 1). a31 = -3 + 4(30) = 117
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3. What is the common ratio for the ge
Applications of Probability
There are several real life applications of probability. Your task this week is to research and share
with the class in detail, an application of probability that you find interesting. Each student must
post a unique applicatio
First of all I would like to say that much to my surprise, I really enjoyed this class. It was challenging and
refreshing at the same time, I earned a much better understanding of mathematics as a whole as well as
a greater understanding of my own capabil
The Big Game Dilemma
You have just won a 300 million Dollar power ball Jack Pot. Based on your individual state and
federal taxes, which option (annuity or lump sum) do you think better and why? Be sure to
research both options before posting your opinion
My name is George Campbell, I am 37 years old, married and I have 4 beautiful children.
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Careers for mathematicians
Careers for mathematicians
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Careers for mathematicians
Careers for mathematicians
Basically, the knowledge and skills learnt in mathematics are usually used by
individuals in a wide variety of settings. Ac
I have always been fascinated with the pyramids of ancient Egypt. The dedication and fortitude to
construct structures of that size and exactitude, using the primitive tools available to them is astonishing.
While do my research this week I came across in
Final Exam
For numbers 1 & 2. Let c = -3. Find the following. If limit does not exist, state Does Not Exist.
1.
a.
b.
c.
c = - 3, the curve is continuous at just below 3.
(a)
lim f x 3.2
x c
(b)
lim f x 3.2
x c
(c)
lim f x 3.2
x c
2.
d.
e.
f.
Left side
Final Exam
For numbers 1 & 2. Let c = -3. Find the following. If limit does not exist, state Does Not Exist.
1.
a.
b.
c.
Observe that the graph is blurred and so, the decimals which we provide may
differ by some percentage.
See that when c = - 3, the curv
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MA141
Week 4
Mathematician
The median annual salary for mathematicians in 2010 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
(BLS) was $99,380 per year. Many Mathematicians use advanced mathematics to develop and
understand mathematical principl
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Week 1 "Functions" If? 3
51119 =?, cosB=E Findtan.
Equations Selected Answer: 4&5
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I want to make a 15% Saline solution for house hold use. The store only sells 10% saline solutions and
30% saline solution. I want to make 10 Liter of 15% Saline solution
10% =X
30%=Y
10%+30%=15%
X + Y=10L
10%+30%=15%
(.10=.30=.15) 10
Substitute for X
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Use the substitution method to find all solutions of the systems of equations:
2)
cfw_2xx2+yy=7
=2
4)
cfw_
6)
cfw_
8)
x 2 + y 2=25
y=2 x
2
x + y =9
x y+ 3=0
cfw_
x 2 y=1
2 x 2
QUESTION 1
1.
Determine whether the relation is a function.
cfw_(-6, 3), (-1, 3), (1, -1), (1, 1)
Function
Not a
function
0 points
QUESTION 2
1.
Determine whether the relation is a function.
cfw_(-1, -6), (2, -5), (4, 9), (8, -5), (10, 3)
Not a
function
F
MATHEMATICIAN OCCUPATIONS 1
Running head: MATHEMATICIAN OCCUPATIONS
Mathematician Occupations
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Grantham University
GS102 Pre-Calculus
July 21, 2015
MATHEMATICIAN OCCUPATIONS 2
Abstract
This paper will discuss different occupations available for