## Polynomial functions and rational functions Rational functions: The purpose of t

Polynomial functions and rational functions Rational functions: The purpose of this discussion is to find out why some rational functions are not defined for a certain real numbers . Consider the rational function  f(x)=x2+5x+6×2−4x+3f(x)=x2+5x+6×2−4x+3   Instruction: 1. Find the domain of f(x) in set builder notation 2. Find the domain of f(x) in interval notation. …

## Systems of linear equations Instruction:   Solve the problem and interpret the s

Systems of linear equations Instruction:   Solve the problem and interpret the solution.  Also, comment to at least to two students posts.    This discussion forum is graded, please check the rubrics for the grading procedure.   There are two types of tickets sold at the Canadian Formula One Grand Prix race.  The price of 6 grandstand …

## For this DQ, please complete the attached spreadsheet, which provides practice i

For this DQ, please complete the attached spreadsheet, which provides practice in working with Excel formulas and using formatting in Excel. AttachmentsMAT-144 – Working with Formulas and Formatting 20200708.xlsx (Please put work into excel and save )

## INSTRUCTIONS MATH 107 in the subject heading. Consider the function ????(????) =

INSTRUCTIONS MATH 107 in the subject heading. Consider the function ????(????) = −????2 + 14???? − 48 Solve Problems 1-4: Problem 1: Find the vertex. Problem 2: Determine whether there is maximum or minimum value and find that value.  Problem 3: Solve ????(????) = 0. Problem 4: Solve ????(????) ≥ 0. Problem 5: Use the …

## In Exercises 11 – 20, find the real zeros of the given polynomial and their corr

In Exercises 11 – 20, find the real zeros of the given polynomial and their corresponding multiplic- ities. Use this information along with a sign chart to provide a rough sketch of the graph of the polynomial. Compare your answer with the result from a graphing utility. 11. a(x)=x(x+2)2

## [WRITER AVAILABLE] Instructions For this assignment, collect data exhibiting a relatively linear tr

Instructions For this assignment, collect data exhibiting a relatively linear trend, find the line of best fit, plot the data and the line, interpret the slope, and use the linear equation to make a prediction. Also, find r2 (coefficient of determination) and r (correlation coefficient). Discuss your findings. Your topic may be that is related to sports, your work, …

## [FULL SOLUTION] part1 When posting here in the Weekly Summary section please do not post “answer

part1 When posting here in the Weekly Summary section please do not post “answers only” but rather show how you obtained your answers in a step by step manner. If your solution is correct, it is in your best interest for us to see how you obtained the answer. If your solution is incorrect, showing …

## [SOLVED] Unit 3 algebra UMGC © Jules Kouatchou Fall 2020 INSTRUCTIONS •This assigment cov

Unit 3 algebra UMGC © Jules Kouatchou Fall 2020 INSTRUCTIONS •This assigment covers Sections 1.6, 1.7, 2.1, 2.2, 2.5 •Please only use the Answer Sheet either to type your work or if you prefer to write your work and scan it. Be sure to include your name in the document. Consider the graph of a …

## [SOLUTION AVAILABLE] Response Requirements: 1) Research and write about food deserts in the United St

Response Requirements: 1) Research and write about food deserts in the United States. Which communities are most impacted by food deserts? What areas in the United States are most impacted by food deserts? What are proposed or possible solutions to the damage caused by food deserts? Summarize your findings in a 100 words or less. …

## [TUTOR AVAILABLE] For each of the following situations, decide which point of view would work best

For each of the following situations, decide which point of view would work best. Discuss with your classmates the advantages and disadvantages of using the first- and third-person points of view for each example:  The day you decided to change something important in your life. An incident at school that a classmate told you about.