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WEEK 2
Week 2 Assignment
LaKinya Torres
Grantham University
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WEEK 2
1.True: Two Line equations will have a unique solution if and only if they intersect each other at
a particular point ( x, y ). If Lines are parallel, then they'll never intersect and
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WEEK 5
Week 5 Assignment
LaKinya Torres
Grantham University
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WEEK 5
1. True, the formula for simple interest is I=P*r*t, so the relationship itself says that I is directly
proportional to T and T is of order 1, so the interest is linearly dependent.
2.
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WEEK 7
Week 7 Assignment
LaKinya Torres
Grantham University
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WEEK 7
1. False, E and F are mutually exclusive if E
2. True, there are only two possible outcomes heads or tails. The probability of getting a head is
0.51, so the probability of getting a t
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WEEK 5
Week 5 Assignment
LaKinya Torres
Grantham University
2
WEEK 5
1.True or false. When simple interest is used, the accumulated amount is linear function of time.
True, the formula for simple interest is I=P*r*t, so the relationship itself says that
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WEEK 3
Week 3 Assignment
LaKinya Torres
Grantham University
2
WEEK 3
1. TRUE : all the coefficients are nonpositive so if one of the xi becomes positive (so not
equal to 0) the value of the objective function would decrease : so the only possibility to
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WEEK 7
Week 7 Assignment
LaKinya Torres
Grantham University
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WEEK 7
1. False, E and F are mutually exclusive if E F. E and G are mutually exclusive so E G. But
we dont necessarily have F G. E F and E G but not F G. Say E is 2,4,6 and F is 1,3,5
then th
What is a fair game? Is the game of roulette as played in American
casinos a fair game? Why?
A Fair game is that game in which one player has no advantage over the other, in
probability we say that a game is fair when the expected value E(x) of an event i
a) Derive an equation of the line passing through the points A(0,5) and
B(4,25).
b) Using the equation found in part a find the percentage of homes with
digital TV services at the beginning of 2001.
a) We find the slope between points (0,5) and (4,25)
slo
Week 4 test review
Question 1
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Question 2
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Question 3
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Question 4
Find the slope of the line that passes through the given pair of points.
(2, 2) and (8, 5)
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B.
C.
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E.
Question 5
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Question 6
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MIDTERM
Question 1
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Question 2
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D. infinitely many solutions
Question 3
A. x = 16, y = 0, z = 16, t = 0, u = 80, v = 21, w = 61, P = 180
B. x = 0, y = 16, z = 0, t = 0, u = 80, v = 21, w = 61, P = 96
C. x = 80, y = 16, z = 0, t = 0,
1.
Write the following set in builder notation form
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
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2.
In a poll conducted among 180 active investors, it was found that 100 use discount brokers,
122 use full-service brokers, a
1.
Let . S=cfw_1,2,3,4,5,6 E= cfw_1,3,5 F= cfw_2,4,6 G= cfw_2,3
Are the events F and G mutually exclusive?
A) yes
B) no
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2.
Let .
Are the events F and G complementary?
A) no
1.
Write the following set in builder notation form
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
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Correct Answer(s): B
2.
List the elements of the given set in roster notation.
A)
B)
C)
D)
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1.
Metro Department Store's annual sales (in millions of dollars) during 5 years were
Annual Sales, y
Year, x
5.8 6.1 7.2 8.3 9
1
2
3
4 5
Plot the annual sales (y) versus the year (x) and draw a straight line L through the points
corresponding to the firs
1.
Find the simple interest on a $400 investment made for 5 years at an interest rate of
7%/year. What is the accumulated amount?
A) The simple interest is $140, the accumulated amount is $540.
B) The simple interest is $115, the accumulated amount is $51
1.
Solve the linear system of equations
A)
Unique solution:
B)
Unique solution:
C)
Infinitely many solutions:
D) No solution
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2.
Solve the linear system of equations
A)
Uniq
1.
Consider the linear programming problem.
Sketch the feasible set for the linear programming problem.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
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2.
Find an equation of the line that passes through t
1.
Check that the given simplex tableau is in final form. Find the solution to the associated
regular linear programming problem.
A)
B)
C)
D)
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2.
Find the maximum value of p
1. True
2. False. Simple interest is computed only once a year. Compound interest is
computed more often, like semi-annual, quartly, monthly etc. Interest is earned
on that interest added to the account, but the extra interest actually earned is
rather sm
1. False
Slope = 0
Equations are in the form of y = constant
Example y =2
2. False
If P is (1,1) then Q will have to be (-2,5) which means Q is not 2 units to the right
of P
3. False
Solve the equation for y
Ax+By=C
By=-Ax+C
y=-A/Bx+C/B
4. True
5. True
6.
5/14/2015 Review Test Submission: W3 Quiz MA170 Finite
8x+ 73: + :2 s 133
6x + y + z 5 77
x 2 U, y a 0,2 2 0
[5-, X3¢ \{zlb 2=¢+1¢U:?¢V:Q~lw=bi Clip
QUESUOn 5 out of S oints
15 Solve the linear programming problem by the simplex method. p
h-[aximize
MA 170 ASSIGNMENT WEEK 5 Number 4 GARY MCCRACKEN G00025974
Exercise 5.1 Page 269
4)
The formula for future amount using simple interest is
A=P(1+rt)
P=$1200, r=0.07, t= 8 months = 8/12 years = 2/3
A= 1200 (1+0.07[2/3])
A = $ 1256
6)
A= P (1+rt)
P= A/1+rt
MA 170 ASSIGNMENT NUMBER 1 GARY MCCRACKEN G00025974
Section 1.1 Page 6
Parenthesis have to be used before some of
the equations in order to keep excel from
formulating
4) Quadurant 2 (-2,5)
Section 1.2 Page 18
2)
(3,-1), (-1,0)
m= y2-y1/x2-x1
"= (-1) - 0
CJ305 Intro to Criminal Justice Ethics W1 Assignment Ethical Systems
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CJ305 Intro to Crim Justice Ethics
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July 1 2013
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