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- Geometry AssignmentDescription: MLA; Mathematics & Economics; By inspection, you can determine that Plane P is not the name of a plane shown in the figure....1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | MLA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Contribution to Sales Ratio and Statement of Financial PositionDescription: MLA; Accounting, Finance, SPSS; An acid test ratio of 0.59 shows that the company many struggles to offsets its current liabilities over the next three months because it is less than one. This means that the company’s current assets are almost of the value as the current liabilities.Therefore, the company ought to come up with alternative...2 pages/≈550 words| No Sources | MLA | Accounting, Finance, SPSS | Math Problem |
- Slope Intercept, Graph Linear Equation and Getting the X and Y InterceptsDescription: APA; Literature & Language; Your cell phone contract has a base charge of $10 per month and a $0.03 per minute charge for nationwide calling. A. Find five solutions for y= 0.03x + 10 by completing the table of values. (3 points)Plot the ordered pairs to graph the above equation (2 points). Upload the completed table and graph....3 pages/≈825 words| No Sources | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- SPSS TESTSDescription: Other; Engineering; Exercise 10.11 Descriptives N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error 95% Confidence Interval for Mean Minimum Maximum Lower Bound Upper Bound HIGHEST YEAR OF SCHOOL COMPLETED PROTESTANT 760 13.41 3.110 .113 13.19 13.63 0 20 CATHOLIC 3...4 pages/≈1100 words| No Sources | Other | Engineering | Math Problem |
- Activity: Pure Mathematical EquationsDescription: MLA; Mathematics & Economics; The function g is related to one of the parent functions g(x) = x^2 + 6 The parent function f is: f(x)= x^2...3 pages/≈825 words| No Sources | MLA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Hypothesis Testing: Cell BatteriesDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; In a sample of 200 residents of Georgetown country, 120 reported they believe that country real estate taxes were too high. Developed a 95% confidence interval that proportioned of residents who believe the tax rate is too high...5 pages/≈1375 words| 2 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Solving Integral EquationsDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; We will evaluate by integration by parts. If the equationcan be written in form of udvdxdx=uv-vdudxdx, then let u=x and dudx=sin3x The above equation can be re written in form of uv-vdudxdx Therefore,xsin3xdx=x-13cos3x-x-13cos3x1dx =-x3cos3x+13cos3xdx =x3cos3x+19sin3x+c The solution to equation...7 pages/≈1925 words| 3 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Quadratic Functions and the Substitution MethodDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; et the sides of the triangle be a,b,c a=b-1 and=b+1 and b=b r=△s=ss-as-bs-cs=4 s=3b2 b2+1b2b2-13b2=4 Square both side b2+1b2b2-13b2=16 Simplify the equation b+22b2b-223b2 (b2-4)b=192b Which implies that b3-4b=192b Which implies that b3=196b Divide both side by b , b2=196 which implies that b=14...5 pages/≈1375 words| 3 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Solving Partial Differential EquationDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Question 1 Answer Rewrite the general integral surface of the quasi-linear differential equation xy2-zp+yx2+z=x2-y2z Solution dxxy2-z=dy-yx2+z=dzx2-y2z dxx+dyy+dzz=0y2-z-x2+z+x2-y2=0 dxx+dyy+dzz=0 dxx+dyy+dzz=c1 lnxyz=lnc1xyz=c1 Again dxxy2-z=dy-yx2+z=dzx2-y2z xdxx2y2-z=ydy-y2x2+z=dzx2-y2z ...1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Computation of a Mathematical EquationDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Factoring method x2-2x-15=0 Find the product and the sum of the equation Product=1×-15=-15 and sum=-2 Expand the equation x2-5x+3x-15=0 Factorise x+3x-5=0 Set each equation equal to zero x+3=0 or x-5=0 x=-3 or 5 Quadratic methodax2+bx+c=0 x=-b±b2-4ac2a x2-2x-15=0 Apply the quadratic formula...6 pages/≈1650 words| 3 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Computation Involving Average Claim, Random Sample and Mean, and Alpha Description: APA; Mathematics & Economics; A school transportation manager claims that her drivers spend an average of 36 hours in professional development training per school semester, with a population standard deviation of σ = 16 hours. A survey of a random sample of n = 36 drivers revealed a sample mean time of 40 hours of professional ...4 pages/≈1100 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Solving Mathematical Word Problems Involving SpeedDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Vivian and Noelle both leave the park at the same time, but in opposite directions. If Noelle travels 5 mph faster than Vivian and after 8 hours, they are 136 miles apart, how fast in mile per hour is each traveling? * The speed of Noelle would be: x mph * Then the speed of Vivian would be: x-5 mph * ...1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Computation of Algebraic ExpressionsDescription: MLA; Mathematics & Economics; Question 1. Find the value of (7-6.35)÷6.5+9.9(1.2÷36+1.2÷0.25-1516)÷16924 Firstly, solve the numerator of the expression by using BODMAS: (7-6.35)÷6.5+9.9 Bracket; (7-6.35)= 0.65 0.65÷6.5+9.9 Division; 0.65÷6.5=0.656.5, 6.5 goes to 0.65, 0.1 times. Addition; 0.1+ 9.9=1.0 ...1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | MLA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Sample Mathematics Problem Type ExaminationDescription: Other; Literature & Language; This paper consists of 15 printed pages. Candidates should check the question paper to ensure that all the pages are printed as indicated and no questions are missing. SECTION A (50 MARKS) 1. Using logarithms, evaluate correct to 4d.p.(4mks) 0.8 25.48 X 0.0212. 6.159 2. Solve the equation below. ...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- ADHD and School Performance in Children. Math Problem.Description: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, ADHD, makes learning difficult through loss of focus. The learners feel a constant need for movement, their thoughts drift and they have difficulty filtering their thoughts....1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Examples of Logical ProblemsDescription: Other; Mathematics & Economics; 1 ∀x(Ax → Bx) 2 ∀x (Ax→Cx) 3 Ad→Bd 1, ∀Elim 4 Ad→Cd 2, ∀Elim 5 Ad Assumption for CP 6 Bd 3,5 →Elim 7 Cd 3,4 → Elim 8 Bd & Cd 6,7 & Intro 9 Ad → (Bd &Cd) 5,-8 →Intro 10 ∀x[Ax→(Bx&Cx)] 9, ∀Intro 1 ∀x(¬Cx →¬Ax) 2 ∃xCx → (∃x¬(¬Bx V ¬ Dx) 3 ¬(¬∃xAx V ∃xBx) Assumption for IP 4 ¬Cd → ¬Ad 1, ∀ Elim 5 ...6 pages/≈1650 words| No Sources | Other | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Constructing Pay-Off Matrix on Representing ProfitsDescription: APA; Literature & Language; Market research has determined estimates for each law firm’s expected profits for the various outcomes of this scenario. If both firms agree to the merger, then each should individually expect a profit of 20 million in the next year. If our client agrees to the merger while the competitor does not....1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Using Pythagoras Theorem in Math ProblemsDescription: APA; Literature & Language; The theorem postulates that, to evaluate the hypotenuse, denoted d2, it is equal to the sum squares of the base and the height, denoted a2 + b2. The triangle is three sided with a perpendicular 900 angle. For the purpose of this report, we will use a as the height, b as the base and d as the hypotenuse, ...1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- The Over and Under Valuation Theory in StocksDescription: APA; Accounting, Finance, SPSS; The dividends are projected until 2024 where they will stagnate. However, for 2024, the terminal value has to be gotten, which is the value of perpetuity via the normal dividend growth formula; The next step is calculating the present values of the projected dividend values using the formula; Where; D is the...7 pages/≈1925 words| 1 Source | APA | Accounting, Finance, SPSS | Math Problem |
- Calculating Mean, Range, and Standard DeviationDescription: Other; Literature & Language; Use the data to calculate the following: a. Mean - 104.25b. Median – 104 c. Range – 35d. Q1 – 101 e. Q3 – 108.5f. IQR – 7.5 2. Create a boxplot of the data from question #1. 3. Answer the following questions using the box plot below. a. Give the 5-number summary (approximate) of actors. Min - 30 Q1...4 pages/≈1100 words| No Sources | Other | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Solving Mathematical Equation Involving IntegrationDescription: Other; Mathematics & Economics; To evaluate ʃ x sin 3x dx, we use the method of integration by parts given by the formula; ʃ u dv = uv-ʃ v du Let u = x, dv = sin 3x; then, v= -cos 3x and du = dx. Now substituting in the formula we get; ʃ x sin 3x dx = x-1/3cos 3x-ʃ-1/3cos 3x dx = -1/3cos 3x+1/9sin 3x+C, where C is a constant. ...2 pages/≈550 words| No Sources | Other | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Solving Mathematical Word Problems Involving SalesDescription: APA; Literature & Language; The Konrath Company, a wholesaler in the Midwest, is considering extending credit to the Hawk Company, a retail chain operation that has a number of stores in the Midwest. The Konrath Company has had gross margin of approximately 60% in recent years and expects to have similar gross margin on Hawk Company ...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Homework on graphs, slopes and functionsDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Homework on graphs, slopes and functions Mathematics & Economics Math Problem...6 pages/≈1650 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- The Sets Description: APA; Mathematics & Economics; 1 Write down the elements of the sets U, A and B. Write in set notation: left25717500 U means universal set. The set containing all objects or elements and of which all other sets are subsets. These elements are1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10. In set notation U=1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10 A means set A. ...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- DecompositionDescription: APA; Engineering; The symmetry group of a cube is isomorphic to S4 the permutation group on 4 elements. If we number the vertices of the cube from 1 to 4, and where opposite vertices are given the same number, the permutation corresponding to asymmetry can be read out from one of the faces. If we e.g. let the top face be ...2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Engineering | Math Problem |
- Mathematics exam setting. Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: Other; Mathematics & Economics; 5x x 52y = 25 and 32x x 3y = QUOTE (3 Marks) Solve for x in (log x)2 = QUOTE (3 marks) Solve for x in the equation. (3 marks) 9(22x+ 2) – 41(2x) + 8 = 0 Solve for x in the equation. EMBED Equation.3 (3 marks) Solve for x in the given equation. (3 marks) 64x – 121 = 7...1 page/≈550 words| 1 Source | Other | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Differential Equations Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; 1 u''+u'+2u= sin2t The auxiliary equation is r2+r+2=0 Using the general formula x=-b±b2-4ac2a a = 1, b = 1, c = 2 x=-1±12-4(1)22(1) x=-1±1-82 x=-1±1-82 x=-1±-72 x=-1+-72 or -1--72 ∴If the roots are complex numbers, i.e r1= α+iβ , r2= α-iβ Where α, β are real numbers, from the solution we have....17 pages/≈4675 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Solution of Quadratic EquationDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Method 1 Solve by factoring method x2-2x-15=0 Find the product and the sum of the equation Product=1×-15=-15 and sum=-2 Expand the equation x2-5x+3x-15=0 Factorise x+3x-5=0 Set each equation equal to zero x+3=0 or x-5=0 x=-3 or 5 Method 2Solve by Quadratic method ax2+bx+c=0 x=-b±b2-4ac2a ...1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Pure Mathematics Economics Math Problem Research PaperDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; If a regression model reveals the value of R squared = 0.69,then that times that the predictive model of the data set can account for 0.69=69% which is effective to make a judgment. The R-Square value expected range is between 0.60-0.90 which is translated to mean...1 page/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- USING MATLAB TO ANALYZE THE DATA TABLES. Mathematics & EconomicsDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Read the questions in this document 2 Edit your responses into this document 1 Replace the text in blue italics with your responses 2 The associated data and/or original graphs are provided separately in an Excel spreadsheet where necessary....4 pages/≈1100 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Ecomomics Mathematics & Economics Math Problem PaperDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Marginal revenue is calculated by dividing the change in total revenue by the change in the quantity sold. This shows that the marginal revenue is the gradient (slope) of the total revenue curve. Marginal Revenue = Change in Total RevenueChange in Quantity Sold...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Mathematics Guideline on the Warehouse Economics Math ProblemDescription: Other; Mathematics & Economics; 572.31 square feet = 82944 cubic inch Give the need to store 200000 pallets within the warehouse, and there is a need for theoretical square feet measurements as given below: 572.31×200000=114462000...1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | Other | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Fundamental Equation Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Fundamental equations are simple but important equations derived from the definition of entropy and the First Law of thermodynamics. The derived equations can be expanded to form complex thermodynamic functions using various mathematical manipulations....1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Calculus Math ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Using integration by parts U = x dudx=1 , therefore du =dx dv =sin3x dx v =- 3cos3x = vu -vdu =-x3cos3x+13cos3x dx =-x3cos3x+19sin3x +c 2. If, then for what value of α is A an identity matrix? lefttopto find the determinant of matrix A cos2α - sin2α =1 but cos2α +sin2α =1 cos2α - sin2α = cos2α ...1 page/≈550 words| 1 Source | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Solving Mathematics problem - Geometry. Mathematics & Economics Description: APA; Mathematics & Economics; A triangle has sides that measure 6 cm, 8cm and 10cm. Find the exact volume of the solid of revolutions formed when the triangle is revolved about the side of the length of 8cm. Volume = π r 2 _h_...1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Physics and Natural Sciences. Engineering Math ProblemDescription: Other; Engineering; The particle moves along the positive X-axis, hence its velocity varies as V=αx, where α is a positive constant. Assuming that at the moment t=0 the particle was located at the point x=0, please find:...2 pages/≈550 words| No Sources | Other | Engineering | Math Problem |
- Polynomial. Answer polynomial questions with written explanationDescription: APA; Literature & Language; x^2 - 15x +54 The general form of this polynomial is ax^2 + bx +c . To factor this polynomial, you need to find two factors that will give the product of ax^2 by c and the sum of the two factors will be equal to bx. In our problem here, the product should be 54x^2 and the sum should be -15x....1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Logarithm. Mathematics & Economics Math Problem AssignmentDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; log (2x + 1) – log (6) = 2 Solution We can combine the two logarithms on the left side of the equation so that the equation now looks like this; log ((2x +1) /(6)) = 2...1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Mean and variance. Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Seven samples were obtained having the values 21,22,26,29,27,26 and 24. Find the value of the mean and standard deviation. To find the mean of a data set, you add all the values in the data set and divide by the number of values in the set....1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Trigonometry Problems and SolutionsDescription: Other; Mathematics & Economics; With the consideration of angle θ, the side represented as 10 feet is the “opposite”, the side labelled ‘S’ the “Hypotenuse” and side ‘a’ as the “Adjacent”. These terms will be used in the solution of the trigonometric problem. * Write θ as a function of S. Solution According to trigonometric functions ...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Quantitative Reasoning. Accounting, Finance, SPSS Math ProblemDescription: MLA; Accounting, Finance, SPSS; 2.5 % lie below 60 kg since 25/1000 = 2.5%; for the same reason 2.5 % lie above 88 %. In other words, the middle 95% weigh between 60 kg and 88 kg. Since the distribution is Normal, 95% of the data lies within two standard deviations of the mean...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | MLA | Accounting, Finance, SPSS | Math Problem |
- Optimization Mathematics & Economics Math Problem PaperDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Volume= (U+3)m3, where U is the third digit of the student number. In this case the student number is 1839996 and so the third digit is 9. So, Volume=(9+3)m3=12m3, The cost breakdown is given by: * Cost of the base and top is 8 Pounds/m2 * Cost of the front side is (10+Z)Pounds/m2= 16 Pounds/m2...5 pages/≈1375 words| 3 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Solution of Linear System Using MATLAB Mathematics ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Question Two MATLAB CODE % system of 3 by 3 linear algebraic equations % -5x + 3y -2z = -19 % 2x -7y -4z = -28 % -4x +y -2z = 16 clc; clear; A = [-5,3,-2;2,-7,-4;-4,1,-2]; % Coefficient matrix b = [-19;-28;16]; % Right hand side xyz = A\b; % Solution is inverse of A times b...3 pages/≈825 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- EVALUATION OF FUNCTIONS AND COMPOSITION OF FUNCTIONS IN ELEMENTARY CALCULUSDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; TASK TWO. ELEMENTARY CALCULUS. 1 We are given fx=5x+4 and gx=2x-6, and therefore, * f+gx=fx+gx=(5x+4)+(2x-6)=7x-2 * f-gx=fx-gx=5x+4-2x-6=3x+10 ...2 pages/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Integration Mathematics & Economics Math Problem PaperDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; The constant 3 can be taken out of integral as shown in equation (1). Applying u- substitution as shown by (Carl,2003) we let u=2x-1 and so dudx=2 which implies that dx=du2. The indefinite integral (1) now becomes 3secutanudu2=32secutanudu.(2) Applying u-substituion again, we let v=secu and so...1 page/≈550 words| 1 Source | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Linear Equations Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; We have adopted the notation by (Anthony & Burgess, 2014), where in this case, ∆y∆x=1,500.00 $/year is the annual rate of change of salary and C is a constant denoting the starting annual salary. Using ∆y∆x=1,500.00 $/year we can write the model equation as...1 page/≈550 words| 1 Source | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Formation and Solution of Quadratic Equations Mathematics ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; This gives values of z as; z=4, and z=36. Since z=x2 we have the four values of x as x=-6, x=-2, x=2, x=6. The corresponding values of y, using y=6x are y=-1 when x=-6, y= -3 when x=-2, and y=3 when x=2, y=1 when x=6. Step 3: Computation of the required result...1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Geometry Mathematics & Economics Math Problem EssayDescription: MLA; Mathematics & Economics; Geometry Mathematics & Economics Math Problem Essay A triangle has sides that measure 6cm, 8cm, and 10 cm. Find the exact volume of the solid of revolutions formed when the triangle is revolved about the side of length 8 cm. Please find the picture below for more information....1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | MLA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Algebraic Expression Literature & Language Math ProblemDescription: APA; Literature & Language; Multiplying all terms by the L.C.M QUOTE QUOTE – QUOTE QUOTE = 23 QUOTE QUOTE - QUOTE = 23 QUOTE QUOTE +3 QUOTE - QUOTE = 23 QUOTE QUOTE - QUOTE = 23 QUOTE ...1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Algebra Mathematics & Economics Math Problem ResearchDescription: Other; Mathematics & Economics; Algebra Mathematics & Economics Math Problem Research 7-6.35÷6.5+9.91.2+36+1.2÷0.25-2116÷16924 =0.65÷6.5+9.91.236+1.20.25-2116×24169 =0.1+9.91694824169 =10.012 =10×2 =20 2. x2+1x-4-x2-1x+3=23...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Calculation: Algebra TaskDescription: Other; Mathematics & Economics; 1 Value of x: x2+x-12=0 x2+4x-3x-12=0 xx+4-3x+4=0 x-3x+4=0 x=3, x=-4 2 Value of x: 22x-4=64 22x-4=26 2x-4=6 2x=6+4 2x=10 x=5 3 Value of x: 3cosx+2sin2x=0 From trigonometrical identities: sin2x=1-cos2x Substituting into the equation. 3cosx+21-cos2x=0 3cosx+2-2cos2x=0 2cos2x-3cosx-2=0 Let ...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Probability Mathematics & Economics Math Problem PaperDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Probability Mathematics & Economics Math Problem Paper Solving Mathematics problems on Probability, Combinations and permutations. Probability Mathematics & Economics Math Problem Paper Solving Mathematics problems on Probability, Combinations and permutations...4 pages/≈1100 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Linear Equations Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: Other; Mathematics & Economics; Kendra’s cost to run a hot dog stand includes $1200 to rent the cart and $1 per hot dog. She charges her customers $2.50 for each hot dog. A system of equations that represents this scenario is given by The variable d is dollars and the variable x is the number of hot dogs....1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Periodic Functions Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Periodic Functions Mathematics & Economics Math Problem Your task is to create a model of the data to predict the times during the year that a location would be pleasant to visit. This may be when the average monthly temperature is over 14°C....5 pages/≈1375 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- FINANCIAL ANALYSIS - PORTFOLIO PAPER. Mathematics & EconomicsDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; The statement problem is about time value of money and will be solved using two approaches namely; the present value and the future value of money. The future value approach is also known as the compounding approach. ...6 pages/≈1650 words| 4 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Mathematician Descartes and the Cartesian Coordinate SystemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Rene Descartes lived between 1596-1650. He was a visionary mathematician, a scientific thinker, and metaphysician. Rene discovered techniques that are in use in mathematic up to today. In mathematics, he made sure that analytical geometry was possible; which is an alternative for geometrical ...1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Logarithm Question Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Logarithm Question Mathematics & Economics Math Problem In logarithms, we take + ( addition) as multiplication and - (subtraction) as division. In our case we have the subtraction sign which means we divide the values as follows: 4 Log(a/b) = 2 5 NOTE: This is a logarithmic function with base 10...2 pages/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Finance Accounting, Finance, Spss Math Problem EssayDescription: APA; Accounting, Finance, SPSS; Distinct financial research could be the most excellent symbol of all transactions since it has an important result in other zones. Economic planning indicates being the watchful and in-depth assessment of an individual's present and forthcoming monetary objectives. Market liquidity...1 page/≈275 words| 6 Sources | APA | Accounting, Finance, SPSS | Math Problem |
- Physics. Life Sciences Math Problem. Physics and Natural SciencesDescription: APA; Life Sciences; The particle moves along the positive X-axis, hence its velocity varies as V=αx, where α is a positive constant. Assuming that at the moment t=0 the particle was located at the point х=0, please find:...6 pages/≈1650 words| 1 Source | APA | Life Sciences | Math Problem |
- Logistic Regression Problem Set Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: MLA; Mathematics & Economics; The goodness of fit of the estimated model measures how well the model describes the response variable. Assessing goodness of fit involves investigating how close values predicted by the model are to the observed values of the response variable. The Hosmer–Lemeshow test was used to examine ...7 pages/≈1925 words| No Sources | MLA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Math Solution with ExplanationDescription: APA; Literature & Language; A retired couple has $160,000 to invest to obtain annual income. They want some of it invested in safe Certificates of Deposit yielding 6%. The rest they want to invest in AA bonds yielding 11% per year. How much should they invest in each to realize exactly $15,600 per year? SOLUTION WITH EXPLANATION To ...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Math. Providing a worked out answer on the problemsDescription: APA; Literature & Language; A retired couple has $160,000 to invest to obtain annual income. They want some of it invested in safe Certificates of Deposit yielding 6%. The rest they want to invest in AA bonds yielding 11% per year. ...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Algebra. Providing a worked out answer on given questionsDescription: APA; Literature & Language; We shall use BODMAS rule to solve this equation where we solve the numerator first ((7-6.35) ÷6.5+9.9)) we start we the value in brackets. 0.65/6.5+9.9 then we do division...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Beam Design. Beam Design to Eurocode 2. Engineering Math ProblemDescription: APA; Engineering; Beam is a structural component that carries laterally applied loads. It primarily deflects through bending. When loads are applied on a beam, reactions forces are produced at its supports (Wight & MacGregor, 2005)....6 pages/≈1650 words| 5 Sources | APA | Engineering | Math Problem |
- Statistics Questions Literature & Language Math ProblemDescription: Other; Literature & Language; 1 Assume you are trying to forecast US Tesla car sales by using the number of elephants in Africa as an explanatory variable. Write a regression equation showing a zero intercept and that US Tesla sales is insensitive (unaffected by) the number of elephants in Africa....1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Evolution In Action: Natural Selection Math ProblemDescription: APA; Literature & Language; What observations can you make about the overall shape of each graph? (Imagine that you are drawing a line that connects the tops of the horizontal bars.) In the graph of ground Finches that did not survive, there is an overall increase...1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Literature & Language | Math Problem |
- Analytical Geometry Mathematics & Economics Math ProblemDescription: APA; Mathematics & Economics; Analytical Geometry Mathematics & Economics Math Problem BMA 1205 ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY CAT The equation of a parabola x2+4x+ 6y-8=0.Find the vertex and the focus of the parabola. (3mks) Solution x2+4x = 6y + 8 (x +2)2 = -6y + 8 +4 (x +2)2 = -6y + 12 (x +2)2 = -6(y - 2) 4p = -6...8 pages/≈2200 words| No Sources | APA | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
- Financial and Institutional market Accounting, Finance Math ProblemDescription: APA; Accounting, Finance, SPSS; If PV value is $9,000 with 6 years investment, a rate of 12% compounded quarterly, then, the number of periods will be n=6*4=24. Using the present value table, we find the value at 12% with 24 periods the future value then will be: $9,000*0.066=$594....1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Accounting, Finance, SPSS | Math Problem |
- Software Project Decision Point. Accounting, Finance Math ProblemDescription: APA; Accounting, Finance, SPSS; Option 1 bears the following costs -$200,000 - $85,000 - $50,000 - 5*$40,000 = - $535,000. However, it is possible to save 5*$61,000 = $305,000. As a result, the spending of the company will be $230,000. ...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Accounting, Finance, SPSS | Math Problem |
- Economics Mathematics & Economics Math Problem PaperDescription: Other; Mathematics & Economics; Economics Mathematics & Economics Math Problem Paper In order to maximize his utility, John will satisfy the following relationship Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Number Date Economics 2 Question 2...1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Mathematics & Economics | Math Problem |
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