Unconditional and unconditional Convergence
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Any finite sum may be rearranged and summed in any order because addition is commutative but it isn’t the case with series.
Quadratic equations
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rve opens downward, as characterized by the negative leading coefficient, one manages to determine that a maximum cost is reached when x = -57/[ 2(-0.03) ]. The cost may be predicted to decline once the store decides to purchase materials greater than this value of ‘x’ on
IP 5
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You found a starter duplex that you can purchase with an assessed value of $75,000. Property taxes average 2.975% of the assessed value. The state sales tax rate is 6% on purchases, but this does not apply to food and clothing. The
Estimation of the value of gravitational acceleration g based on measurements from a simple pendulum
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The results obtained were analysed in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. The students used simple linear regression to come up with a linear model for the data. The gradient was then used to compute the value of
consumer credit
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On April 24, he discovers a monthly statement from March that had accidentally slid down between his desk and the wall. Because he has
Perfect Square formula
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If we know the center, (h, k) and radius, r of the circle then we can find the circle equation by using the distance formula, as {(x – h)^2 + (y – k)^2}^(1/2) = r. Squaring both side, we get (x – h)^2 + (y – k)^2 = r^2,
maths report 2
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Models have been in use for a long period. This paper explains what models are and attempt a few problems to show how they are used to solve problems in the real world. The success of a mathematical model depends on how quickly it can be used,
Find a topic about math and relate to interior& architecture design major.
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It is thus a reason the arts and natural science’s representatives began seeking for own ways for mathematical development, as
Financial Analysis
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It is headquartered in Round Rock, Texas in the United States (Van Horne, 2010). It is involved in developing and selling of computers and other computer related products and services. The company bears the name of its founder, Michael Saul Dell. It is one of the largest
Calculus
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He even used Calculus to try to explain how planets orbit around the sun. On the other hand, according to Leibniz, Calculus entailed analyzing the changes in
Discrete Math Project
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An important application of the matrix in wildlife management is projecting the population growth of specific animals or a certain species. Using the Leslie matrix model, which is
IN VITRO FERTILIZATION
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A couple may be considered infertile if, after two years of regular sexual intercourse, without contraception, the woman has not become pregnant (and there is no other reason, such as breastfeeding or postpartum
MAT 126 Wk3
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For this purpose five random numbers are proposed. Utilizing the guidelines for solving linear equations, five numbers selected on my discretion will be substituted for the value of “x” variable. This way a number will be
Infectious Disease
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This is known to modern mathematics as ‘SIR’ model. Some individuals are considered to be susceptible. Although they don’t have the disease, there is still chance that they might get infected, for example, if they were in contact with
math 107
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Subjects on study are randomly assigned to two groups, the Experimental Group on which the complete experiment is performed and the Control Group that is put to
Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics (Week 4)
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6.) If a, b are distinct vertices in a connected undirected graph G, the distance from a to b is defined to be the length of a shortest path from a to b (when a = b the distance is defined to be0). For the graph in Fig. 11.9, find the distances from d to (each
report
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Mathematical modeling is the process of describing a system using mathematical concepts and mathematical language. Mathematical models are used in many areas especially in the natural sciences where they are used to
From Data to Decision
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The first class has the widest band being based between 0 and 30 while the other bands are classified in increments of 10 up to 80. One understandable reason for such classification is the small amount of data in this classification in the actors’ data set though this
AQR vi.d.9 assignment
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Under this analysis, the main consideration was the financial health and core performance. Therefore, the selection criterion was based on the extent of debt financing, solidity of cash flow and consistency in revenue generation (Damodaran 56).
Evaluation on Mathematics
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From this understanding, the reader can come to appreciate how fundamentally vital education in mathematics is for the future success of the student. Yet, many students believe that they are simply “not good at math”; and that no matter
question about fundamental groups (algebraic topology)
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Solving the s Mobius strip comes with relating it to the twisted cylinder. It is a one sided surface cut out from a band into a strip. Each half has a twist that reattaches on either side. The Mobius with an independent attachment to Listing who made the
Relations and Functions
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The y-intercept is 4 that is at (0, 4). As such, there is no start/end point. This is because the graph of the equation goes to infinity (-∞ or +∞) both sides (left and right) of the y-axis. The x-intercept is 4 that is at (4, 0) and the y-intercept is -2
Quiz 4
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17) Five divided by the sum of a number and 11, minus the quotient of 3 and the difference of the number and 11 is equal to 6 times the reciprocal of the difference of the number squared and 121. What is the number? 20) The distance that an object falls when it
Math Assignment
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In our daily life would be rather inactive without the knowledge of mathematics. There are several lines of duties where individuals use basic mathematics in their living. Below is a list of some methods where people use mathematics.
Modern pricing models
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As such, investors get to learn how best to place their investments judging from the future expected price changes of a given stock
Two-Variable Inequality
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The required region must first be identified and shaded. The shaded part satisfies the equation of the inequality. Maple rockers. Ozark Furniture Company can obtain at most 3000 board feet of maple lumber for making its classic and modern maple rocking chairs. A classic
pre cal questions
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The angle of elevation of the slant height of Egyptian pyramids is commonly 44° or 52°. These angles allegedly provide an aesthetic quality to the pyramids. Do you agree that these are the most beautiful
Quadratic Equations
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My pet is a cat, which naturally spends a better part of its day in the house. This does not make it “a potato couch” and; thus, the need to fence my backyard arises. The backyard is of a rectangular shape with its length, L = 2W- 2 and a
Pythagorean Thagorean equations
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In all the triples identified, it was verified that a, b, and c are in the exact proportion and relationship in accordance with the Pythagorean Theorem equation. The two numbers of the
Algebra for Business
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Both the lines, in this case, are equivalent to each other and thus cross on many points or have the similar graphs, in case if it is desired to solve the systems of equation, the results will be in such a form that: Algebra.com. (2014). Lesson Types of systems -
Find solutions to inequalities in one variable and for a specified variable
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popular formula used is P = 2L + 2W where ‘P’ stands for the perimeter whereas variables ‘L’ and ‘W’ refer to the length and the width of the rectangle, respectively. Application #2: A newly bought rectangular lawn needs to be fenced with 450 yards
benefits and shortcomings of getting this additional degree
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3. Jose attends a local Community College, where he will shortly graduate with his Associate’s degree in Graphic Design. He has considered continuing his education to get another
Understanding the definition of words.
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No value of ‘x’ appears more than once in the example and this is a necessary condition for a relation to be considered a
MSc Subsea Engineering and Management Personal Statement
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Astonished by vast engineering field and high market demand compelled me to pursue my education in Engineering, and that was why engineering was my first and last choice. Right now, I am doing my B-Engineering from Heriot Watt University. Heriot Watt
Explain
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For example, the equation 5 – x = 3 is true if and only if the value of x is 3. If not, the equation is false. As compared to thus, 5 – x = 5 – x is always
Title is Open
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Much of Gauss’ influence is seen in the fields of mathematics and science. He had a true passion in mathematics (West, 2008). This piece of work
journal article review
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f mostly students from minority and disadvantageous social group, was able to convey the probability concept by using basic statements, which described events of their daily lives. Children were able to distinguish differences of those statements describing which events are
Real World Quadratic Functions
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When the parabola opens downward, the vertex is the point where the relative minimum of the function occurs and when the parabola opens upward, the vertex is the point where the relative maximum of the function occurs. The daily profit, P of a chain store is
Math
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Of those who made a purchase, 151 were happy with the service and 133 were not. Of those who made no purchase, 201 were happy with
Math Tidal Flows project
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Also estimate the average rate of flow from your day until 3 days after your day; from your day until 2 days after your day; from your day until
College Algebra-Repost-Graphs of Equations and Inequalities
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It tells one of the quantity or size of commodities or values (Pachpatte 1). There are four inequalities symbols, and they include less than (), greater than or equal to (≥), less than or equal to (≤). These symbols are employed in
Math questions
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On each exercise, the type of statistical misrepresentation is identified, detailing how either scenario may not be a reliable source of info or formal query for research purposes. Comment on this statement taken from a magazine
Linear Model and Nonlinear Model
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When plotting for a regression line in the scatter plot, one needs to be careful on how to deal with the outlier values which may not feature anywhere around the regression line (Vonesh 75). The creation of a mathematical
two variables
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In writing the inequality that represents the region, we initially have to determine the equation of the solid boundary line. The region of interest is enclosed by the x and y axes and the boundary line. It is a
statistical works and solutions
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There is clear relationship between, the histogram and the values calculated, for example on the histogram, the mean is around the middle or 100, this is the seam as 94 which was achieved on calculation (ii).The points in the graph seem to be
mathematics models infance and industry22
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Let  denote the positive diffusion coefficient and v the velocity of the water. Derive the following equation for : 2. Suppose that the effects of diffusion and degradation are neglectably small and the water flow is constant with
spectral graph theory
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This is without forgetting the wide use in computation and operations investigations by researcher and specialists (Cvetković & Dragoš, 7). The graph theory makes use of different techniques to prove basic results in important areas
math 104
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Determine the probability of a win for each player. In my strategy, I have put into consideration all the possible outcomes resulting from any of the remaining cards being dealt. I have calculated probabilities of occurrence of each winning-hand and thus the
Math 230 Quant Analysis
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Second, the amount of extra principal payments in option A was zero all the way from the start to the end whereas in the schedule of option B, a figure of $1,000 appeared at
Is there a relation between age and income?
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Understanding the relationship that exists between income and age is not hard. Usually, it takes years to attain the skills and
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