Week 7 Math END-OF-CHAPTER PROBLEMS Graw connect Check figures for odd-numbered problems in Appendix B. Date_ DRILL PROBLEMS For all problems, round your final answer to the nearest cent. Do not round net price equivalent rates or single equivalent discount rates. Complete the following: LU 7-1(4) Item Net price Single equivalent List Chain equivalent discount […]

## Use the information below to calculate, in one week, what is the probability that the airline will lose at least 10 suitcases?

Math Problems The following problems reflect the reading material you had to prepare for this week. From the list below, choose one problem, write it down, and solve it in detail (show all of your steps). You should pick a problem that has not yet been attempted if you can. Label your solution with the […]

## Find two new sets of data within your same topic and create a different graphical representation (graph/chart) for each set of data.

Poverty and High school Graduation Rates In the U.S. 1.) Reread your initial post from last week’s discussion board. Recall the topic you chose and the graphical representation you’ve already created. 2.) Find two new sets of data within your same topic and create a different graphical representation (graph/chart) for each set of data. 3.) […]

## Submit the algorithm in pseudocode (or any computer language) to minimize f(x) by finding vector x using gradient-based optimization: f(x) = 0.5 * ||A * x − b||^2, where A, x, and b are some vectors.

Optimization Submit the algorithm in pseudocode (or any computer language) to minimize f(x) by finding vector x using gradient-based optimization: f(x) = 0.5 * ||A * x − b||^2, where A, x, and b are some vectors.

## Calculate the percent discrepancy between the average value of g and the theoretical value of g, which is 9.81 m/s2.

Assignment: Week of the experiment OBJECTIVE(S) (3 points): EXPERIMENTAL DATA (3 points): Obtain experimental data that will be used for further calculations from the graphs. Also include screenshots of your graphs. Part 1: One way motion without friction. Run 1: Slope of the velocity vs time graph and its uncertainty (extra ________ g is on […]

## Determine Mathematics the values of m and n for 𝑓(𝑥) = 𝑚𝑥^3 + 12𝑥^2 + 𝑛𝑥 − 3 given that the remainder when dividing by (𝑥 + 3) is zero, and when divided by (𝑥 − 2) the remainder is 85.

ASSIGNMENT Determine Mathematics the values of m and n for 𝑓(𝑥) = 𝑚𝑥^3 + 12𝑥^2 + 𝑛𝑥 − 3 given that the remainder when dividing by (𝑥 + 3) is zero, and when divided by (𝑥 − 2) the remainder is 85. 85 = m(2)^3 + 12(2)^2 + n(2) -3 85 = 8m +48 +2n […]

## Express the negation of 3xVy(P(x, y) V Q(y)) so that the negation symbols immediately precede the predicates. Show the work of the derivation and state what rules are used.

ASSIGNMENT Problem 3. (12 points) (a) Distribute the quantifiers for the statement 3x (P(x)V -.Q(x)) so that all the quantifiers occur immediately before the predicates or the negation symbol. If distribution is not possible, briefly explain why. (b) Determine whether the two statements 3x(P(x) —> Q(x)) and 3xP(x) 3rQ(x) are equivalent. Explain. Problem 4. (10 […]

## Introduce your topic and its importance along with discussing methodology and numerical findings in the data. Also include your graphical representation and give a summary of it.

Research Paper Assignment Instructions for Initial Post 1.) Visit the following page: https://www.cdc.gov/DataStatistics/Links to an external site. 2.) Under “Data and Stats by Topic”, pick a topic you find interesting. Click on the topic. After you choose a topic be sure to put in that information in the previous page title PICK YOUR TOPIC HERE. […]

## If a student is selected at random, find the probability that he or she owns a credit card and that the student is a sophomore. Round your answer to three decimal places.

ASSIGNMENT The following problem reflect the reading material you had to prepare for this week. Write it down, and solve it in detail (show all of your steps). In your solutions, you are only to use the math concepts that have been covered in this course up to this point. A group of students were […]

## Solve the unknown from the following equations: X – 40 = 400; A + 64 = 98; Q + 100= 400; 3(P – 3) = 27.

Week 5 Math Check figures for odd-numbered problems in Appendix B. Name Date DRILL PROBLEMS (First of Three Sets) Solve the unknown from the following equations: 5-1. X – 40 = 400 5-2. A + 64 = 98 5-5. 5 Y = 75 5-6. P = 92 6 5-9. 4(P – 9) = 64 5-10. […]