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Math › Algebra › Solution Id 13609

Constructing and describing the linear equation related to the real life.

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Think of a mathematical function that represents something from your own life.  For example, suppose the number of beers you drink depends o... Read More
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Math › Probability › Solution Id 13608

Finding the probability.

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A music store has jazz, classical, country-western and rock music albums on tapes and CDs in the following quantities:   Jazz Classical ... Read More
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Math › Probability › Solution Id 13607

Finding the probability.

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For the sample space {A, B, C} the points A and B are assigned probabilities P (A) = 0.2 and P (B) = 0.4. what is P (C)? A student is ... Read More
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Math › Algebra › Solution Id 13606

Forming an equation for the given table.

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Take a look at the table below and write out an equation for f(x). x -2 -1 0 1 2 f(x) -1 1 3 5 7 Read More
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Math › Algebra › Solution Id 13605

Construct a linear equation for the given scenario .

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Suppose you have a lemonade stand, and when you charge $1 per cup of lemonade you sell 50 cups.  But when you raise your price to $2 you only sel... Read More
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Math › Algebra › Solution Id 13604

Classify linear and non linear functions described by the Scenario.

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For each of the relationships below, explain whether you think it is best described by a linear function or a non-linear function.  Explain your ... Read More
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Math › Algebra › Solution Id 13603

Determining whether the following are functions.

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Which of the following are functions?  The last two problems, i.e., b & c, are multi part relations consider all parts when de... Read More
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Math › Set Theory › Solution Id 13602

Solving word problems using venn diagram.

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1.The SWR Group advertised for applicants for secretarial, clerical and typist positions. Respondents could apply for one or more of the pos... Read More
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Math › Probability › Solution Id 13601

Finding the joint probability density function.

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Let f(x,y) =k , if x>0, y>0, x+y<3 and 0, otherwise.  Find P(X + Y < 1) (find k first). Read More
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Math › Probability › Solution Id 13600

Applications of combination in solving problems.

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Nine students, five men and four women, interview for four internships sponsored by a company.  (a) In how many ways can the company chose a set ... Read More
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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14653

Discussion on the causes of the stagflation of 197...

1.(Stagflation) what were some of the causes of the stagflation of 1973 and 1979? In what ways were these episodes of stagflation different from the g... Read More

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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14652

Calculation of market clearing price and quantity.

Suppose a highly competitive market is described by the following supply and demand functions S= 3P=90 and  D=7910 -5P .suppose also that a repre... Read More

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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14651

Explaining the relation between macroeconomic vari...

Describe the relationship between each of the following variables based on the experience of the U.S. economy over the past 30 years. (a)   ... Read More

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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14650

Discussion on recent recession.

a) Explain what is measured by Real GDP. (b) When a recession is over, do people begin to immediately feel the effects of an efficient economy? Use th... Read More

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Economics › Econometrics › Solution Id 14649

Calculation of variance and standard deviation of ...

A company is considering between two projects: project 1 and project 2. The estimated cash flows and their probabilities of the two projects are given... Read More

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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14648

Calculation of optimal output.

Two monopolistically competitive firms face the same demand and total revenue functions but face different total cost functions. These demand, total r... Read More

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