A passbook savings account is a simple savings account that enables consumers to save money on a
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withdrawals. A small minimum balance usually is required to
Application Problems Week 4
Brief Exercises 5-1, 5-2, 5-4
Exercises 6-2, 6-5, 6-7
Indirect labor is variable cost: Because the change in cost (100%) is equal to change in units produced
Supervisory salary is fixed cost:
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driving. A BOG-mile trip re
A shadow stick also known as a gnomon, is used to tell time by the shadow cased by
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Read sections 9.1 9.3 from our textbook
Lecture "Properties of Summation and Writing Summations"
A simple way of indicating the sum of a finite (ending) number of terms in a sequence is the summation
notation. This method makes use of the Gr
Probability is a part of mathematics that we use everyday. The best way to describe
this is that probabilities are numbers between 0 and 1. 0 means that it is
impossible for something to happen and 1 means that something will happen.
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First of all if I won a $300 million dollar Power Ball jackpot, I would probably scream
the loudest I could, then tell my parents to retire and call my sister. However, when it
comes to lump sum or annuity I would go with lump sum, but should go with
A conic section is the intersection of a plane and a cone.
The General Equation for a Conic Section: Ax^2 + Bxy + Cy^2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0
A parabola is a curved line. When it comes to sports and the balls used in the
Regular M&Ms are $2.75 per pound. Peanut M&Ms are $3.50 per pound. The
mixture should have 35 pounds. How much of each if the cost is to be $3.00.
Peanut M&Ms = P
Regular M&Ms = R
Mixture = 35 pounds
Total cost = $3.00
R + P = 35
P = 35 - R
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I am Mitali Patel a computer engineering student from New Jersey. Math is not one
of my best subjects. The first couple of years during school I excelled in
mathematics, however after high school I didnt seem to do as well in it. I did take
Infinity: Infinity is endless. This number can go on forever and ever without stopping. It
looks like a sideway number eight. Instead of being a real number it is more like an idea,
an idea that there is no end.
History: John Wallis formed this endless nu
Did the course meet your expectations? This course was quite helpful. With the help of
everyones posts in the discussion forum it helped me better understand math. Really
enjoyed what other thought of the topic we were discussing.
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The intermediate value theorem states that if a and b are real numbers where a<b
than a polynomial function where f(a) and f(b) are not equal than, in the interval
[a,b], f takes all values between f(a) and f(b). Since any number smaller than zero is
Flat Fee = $5
Per mile = $3
C = Cost
M = miles
Identify the independent and the dependent variables and describe how they are related.
Independent Variable = The miles The cost increases as the miles increase by $3
1. Explain what happens to the focusing distance y as the object moves far away
from the lens.
First rearrange the given equation to get the y variable by itself; (y= -x/(1-fx). Where y
is the focusing distance and X is the distance from lens.
So, when yo
When, you divide each side by (x-1), the result will be
(This is the original equation)
(Once you divide both sides by (x-1), it cancels both sides (x-1)'s out)
3. x+2=5 now subtract both sides
Hi, my name is Mitali Patel and I live in New Jersey. I use to be very good in
mathematics, however in high school I started to see a drop in my grade (not a lot,
but there was a drop) in the subject. Since, then math has become a subject I
I like this discussion. From the beginning I knew this class would be difficult because
I am not a math person. Math doesnt come easy to me, but I must say the first two
weeks were easier on me then excepted. However, week 3 came along and my grade
Benefits with new computer
Less: Benefits with old computer
(1) Marginal added benefits
Cost of new computer
Less: Proceeds from sale of old computer
(2) Marginal (added) costs
Net benefit [(1) - (2)]
Net pay received
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The increasing number of illegal immigrants in the southern states of United States of America
has negatively affected their economies. Employers want cheap l
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The Associate in Arts degree is designed for students planning to transfer to four-year c
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Mock Trial and Ethical Issues
Grand Canyon University: BUS-340
Mock Trial and Ethical Issues
This report is based on Mock Trials performed by Midwest This was a very complex trial