SUBJECT: Quadratic Formula and Complex numbers pg. 354 #3a-f GRADE: 11TH GRADE The quadratic formula helps us solve any quadratic equation. First, we bring the equation to the form ax²+bx+c=0, where a, b, and c are coefficients. Then, we plug these coefficients in the formula: (-b±√(b²-4ac))/(2a). The vertex form of a quadratic function is f(x) […]

## The admissions exam consists of challenging problems to be completed by applican

The admissions exam consists of challenging problems to be completed by applicants on their own time. The only time restriction is the application deadline. Solve as many of the problems as you can. Report partial progress toward a solution, in the event you are unable to solve a problem completely. Provide detailed explanations with all […]

## Define Random Variables

This project is the primary assessment mechanism in IE342 for the Probability portion of the course. It is the culmination of our study of Probability Theory over Modules 2-9, which included the following topics: • sample spaces, • events, • additive rules of probability, • conditional probability, • Bayes Theorem, • random variables, • general […]

## How have various numeration systems—including past and modern day–served the goals of the society in which they were developed and used?

Answer the following questions: 1. How have various numeration systems—including past and modern day–served the goals of the society in which they were developed and used? 2. Why do you think that different cultures, throughout history, have developed different types of numeration systems? In what historical context did these number systems arise? What influenced the […]

## Time in hours for car A to catch car B

19. If stock car A is traveling at a constant 100 miles per hour, if stock car B is traveling at a constant 90 miles per hour, if car A is one third lap (revolution) behind car B, and if the circular racetrack has radius 1.25 miles, answer the following with respect to A catching […]

## How many adults, teenagers, and preteens attended?

Tickets to a band concert cost \$5 for adults, \$3 for teenagers, and \$2 for preteens. There are 570 people at the concert, and total ticket receipts were \$1950. Three-fourths as many teenagers as preteens attended. How many adults, teenagers, and preteens attended?

## Explain why math is important in each case and illustrate your point by using math in some examples.

Writing Prompt: Select one topic from below and write a short paper about it. Use the Internet to research your topic to help you discuss any new discoveries or inventions dealing with your topic or any other relevant, interesting information. Topics: Home Improvement – Pick a home improvement project that interests you and identify at […]

## When calculating these costs, the complications can occur when you figure the taxes and shared lender fees, etc.

Using the information provided below, calculate the buyer’s and seller’s costs and credits as they would appear on the Closing Disclosure Form (CDF). You are not required to use the actual CDF Word Document, but you are certainly welcome to use it and it might make things a little easier. There is also a blank […]

## What about in a display of five cards? Does this agree with what you expect for a display of five cards based on your answers above?

Recall that the goal of the game of SET is to score points by finding SETs; groups of three cards where each of four card features is the same or different. Recall that the features are (a) Number: one, two, or three (b) Color: red, green, or purple (c) Shape: oval, diamond, or squiggle (d) […]

## Explain or briefly summarize the mathematics involved.

The goal of this “paper” is to give you practice describing an interesting piece of mathematics to someone else in the class. This should be done briefly, so as to keep their attention, and passionately, so as to spark their interest. For the first goal, I’ll have you complete this assignment by answering some short-answer […]