Mathematics

Funeral Services, Mathematics and or Finance

Requirements: (Please remember that this is a RESEARCH Paper, which means it must include resources!!!) 1. Two to Four Pages Double Spaced (Arial Font) with Nhhhorma 2. Must use MLA format. 3. Must include a Resources page that includes all sources in MLA format. At least 3 reputable resources (Not Wikipedia). You may choose your topic, but it must pertain to Funeral Services, Mathematics and or Finance.

Aug 14th, 2021

Mathematics

show how to solve an example of a Type 1 and Type 2 Exponential equation. How do you solve exponential equations? (Make sure to explain how to solve them with like bases and unlike bases.)

Aug 14th, 2021

Mathematics

For this Critical Thinking assignment, you will apply counting techniques to real-world scenarios. A random password generator is a computer program, hardware device, or online tool used to generate passwords using a set of parameters like length, letters, numbers, symbols, and strength (Nicholas, 2016). Suppose that you want to create a password of four characters in length that can only include lower case letters and numbers from 0 to 9. Part I: Answer the following questions: Assuming repetitions are allowed, how many passwords are possible? Assuming repetitions are not allowed, how many passwords are possible? Assuming repetitions are not allowed and there must be exactly two numbers, how many passwords are possible? Assuming repetitions are not allowed and there must be exactly two numbers, located at the end of the password, how many passwords are possible? Assuming repetitions are not allowed, there must be exactly two numbers, located at the end of the password, and that the letters can only be vowels, how many passwords are possible? Part II: Based on your work in Part I, discuss the following: Explain your thought process to answer questions one through five in Part I. Identify which counting technique you used to answer each question. Could you have used any other counting technique to answer question one, Part I? Justify your answer. Could you have used any other counting technique to answer question two, Part I? Justify your answer. Compare your answers to questions one and two in Part I. Elaborate on what happens when repetitions are allowed versus not allowed. Compare your answers to questions three and four in Part I. Elaborate on what happens when you restrict the location of the two numbers. Explain how you can use a tree diagram to answer question five, Part I. Do not actually include the tree diagram. Compare your answers to questions one through five in Part I. Reflect about the security of passwords as more restrictions are added. Think of another scenario where you can apply counting techniques. Discuss the advantages of knowing how to use counting techniques in the context of the scenario you created. You must submit two files for this assignment. The first file should contain the computations, graphs, diagrams, etc., associated with the questions in Part I. This file may be formatted as a numbered list of answers. Unless stated in the problem, a narrative discussion is not required, but you must provide enough information to show how you arrived at the answer. The second file should be a 2-page narrative paper, written in APA format, associated with the situation described in Part II.

Aug 14th, 2021

Mathematics

Funeral Services, Mathematics and or Finance | GET SOLUTION

Requirements: (Please remember that this is a RESEARCH Paper, which means it must include resources!!!) 1. Two to Four Pages Double Spaced (Arial Font) with Nhhhorma 2. Must use MLA format. 3. Must include a Resources page that includes all sources in MLA format. At least 3 reputable resources (Not Wikipedia). You may choose your topic, but it must pertain to Funeral Services, Mathematics and or Finance.

Aug 14th, 2021

Mathematics

Exponential Equation | GET SOLUTION

show how to solve an example of a Type 1 and Type 2 Exponential equation. How do you solve exponential equations? (Make sure to explain how to solve them with like bases and unlike bases.)

Aug 14th, 2021

Mathematics

Write a Explanation on How to Solve the Problem Below

Math problems often require many steps and involve using many rules that you have learned both here in this course and in your past encounters with math. Completing the Problem of the Week and detailing each step in words will enhance your understanding of the concepts and help me pinpoint any areas that you may need additional help. As you complete each step, write a sentence or two that explains what you did and which algebraic rules or principles you applied. Activity Instructions This week, you will again explain the process for solving a problem. However, be careful, this is a trick answer! You must then explain the meaning of the answer. Solve and explain the process of solving the following system with matrix reduced row-echelon form. Last, explain your results for the following problem. You may also use an alternative method to check your solution. 3x – 4y + 4z =7 x – y – 2z = 2 2x – 3y + 6z = 5

Aug 14th, 2021

Mathematics

Counting Techniques | GET SOLUTION

For this Critical Thinking assignment, you will apply counting techniques to real-world scenarios. A random password generator is a computer program, hardware device, or online tool used to generate passwords using a set of parameters like length, letters, numbers, symbols, and strength (Nicholas, 2016). Suppose that you want to create a password of four characters in length that can only include lower case letters and numbers from 0 to 9. Part I: Answer the following questions: Assuming repetitions are allowed, how many passwords are possible? Assuming repetitions are not allowed, how many passwords are possible? Assuming repetitions are not allowed and there must be exactly two numbers, how many passwords are possible? Assuming repetitions are not allowed and there must be exactly two numbers, located at the end of the password, how many passwords are possible? Assuming repetitions are not allowed, there must be exactly two numbers, located at the end of the password, and that the letters can only be vowels, how many passwords are possible? Part II: Based on your work in Part I, discuss the following: Explain your thought process to answer questions one through five in Part I. Identify which counting technique you used to answer each question. Could you have used any other counting technique to answer question one, Part I? Justify your answer. Could you have used any other counting technique to answer question two, Part I? Justify your answer. Compare your answers to questions one and two in Part I. Elaborate on what happens when repetitions are allowed versus not allowed. Compare your answers to questions three and four in Part I. Elaborate on what happens when you restrict the location of the two numbers. Explain how you can use a tree diagram to answer question five, Part I. Do not actually include the tree diagram. Compare your answers to questions one through five in Part I. Reflect about the security of passwords as more restrictions are added. Think of another scenario where you can apply counting techniques. Discuss the advantages of knowing how to use counting techniques in the context of the scenario you created. You must submit two files for this assignment. The first file should contain the computations, graphs, diagrams, etc., associated with the questions in Part I. This file may be formatted as a numbered list of answers. Unless stated in the problem, a narrative discussion is not required, but you must provide enough information to show how you arrived at the answer. The second file should be a 2-page narrative paper, written in APA format, associated with the situation described in Part II.

Aug 14th, 2021

Mathematics

Writing a Paper on a Known Mathematician Due: 8/17 Objective: · Research a known historical mathematician (Examples: Euler, Newton, Leibniz, Galois, Lorentz) (20pts) · Discover the mathematician contributions to modern-day mathematics (30pts) · Explain how this mathematics may have influenced modern-day life or how it has effected historical events in the world (30pts) · Discover the importance of mathematics (20pts) Criteria: · The paper must meet all the objectives · Must be 2- 3 pages long (the paper can be no longer than 3-pages) · Must be cited

Aug 14th, 2021

Mathematics

Write a Page Explaining the Problem Below

Math problems often require many steps and involve using many rules that you have learned both here in this course and in your past encounters with math. Completing the Problem of the Week and detailing each step in words will enhance your understanding of the concepts and help me pinpoint any areas that you may need additional help. As you complete each step, write a sentence or two that explains what you did and which algebraic rules or principles you applied. Activity Instructions This week, you will graph a system of equations and find the solution. You may also apply additional methods of solving to check your solution. Graph the following system of equations on a sheet. Then, scan the hand-drawn copy. (Alternatively, you can take a photo of the graph with your phone and email the photo to yourself.) Next, explain your solution process. Upload the scan/photo and the solution for this activity. 4x + 3y = -1 3x = 3 – y

Aug 14th, 2021

Mathematics

This project is minimum of two pages long (not including pictures or graphs, cover page or references). It is due August 14th via blackboard. Please be original in your work since they will be sent to SafeAssign for originality. Based on that report the project will be accepted or not. PLEASE PICK ONE TOPIC ONLY! Topics: History of the Venn Diagrams Please research about the history of it and how it can be used to solve real life problems.

Aug 14th, 2021

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