Historical mathematician

  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 caused historical events in the world (30pts) Discover the importance of mathematics (20pts)

Algebra

   Module 05 Content Scenario The height, in feet, of an object shot upwards into the air with an initial velocity, in feet per second, of vi, after t seconds is given by the formula: Use the equation above to answer questions about a model rocket is launched from the ground into the air with… Continue reading Algebra

Math Discussion 4

  Pick two of the exponent rules listed above and explain it in your own words. Provide an example to each rule you chose to illustrate the rule. Create two exercises about the rules you explained above, so your classmates work it out. Substantive Guidelines: Demonstrate and explain with words how you worked your classmates’ exercises.

Algebra

  Assessment Instructions Show and explain all steps in your responses to the following parts of the assignment. All mathematical steps must be formatted using the equation editor. Part 1: Find the total area of flower bed. Part 2: Write the area of the flower bed as an equation using multiplication of two binomials. Part… Continue reading Algebra

MA

  Assessment Instructions Show and explain all steps in your responses to the following parts of the assignment. All mathematical steps must be formatted using the equation editor. Part 1: Calculate the base fee (in dollars) charged by the ride-share service. Part 2: Calculate the rate of increase in cost in dollars per mile. (Hint:… Continue reading MA

Math- Discussion

  Please answer all of the questions below to receive full credit: Why is it impossible to combine the expression (see attached immage)  into a single term? Explain. What does it mean when we say “rationalize the denominator”? Find an example, by finding values for a and b, to show that (see attached immage. Comment on at least one (1) classmate’s… Continue reading Math- Discussion

College algebra DO NOT BID IF YOU DINT DO MATH !!!!

For this discussion, you are to pick one video from a reputable site. Examples of reputable sites include PurpleMath, Khan Academy, Whiteboard Math… The video you select must cover one of the following topics: Dividing Radical Expressions Simplifying Radical Expressions Rationalizing  Radical Expressions After viewing one of the videos, offer a brief synopsis of its… Continue reading College algebra DO NOT BID IF YOU DINT DO MATH !!!!

ASAP

  Scenario A friend has given you left-over landscaping bricks. You decide to make a garden bed and surround it with the bricks. There are 62 bricks, and each brick is 8 inches long. You would like the garden bed to be slightly more than twice as long as it is wide, as shown in… Continue reading ASAP