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...1. You are planning to spend no less than $6,000 and no more than $10,000 on your landscaping project. a) Write an inequality that demonstrates how much money you will be willing to spend on the project.
Ans. 6000 x 10000
b) Suppose you want to cover the backyard with decorative rock and plant some trees as the first phase of the project. You need 30 tons of rock to cover the area. If each ton cost $60 and each tree is $84, what is the maximum number of trees you can buy with a budget for rock and trees of $2,500 Write an inequality that illustrates the problem and solve. Express your answer as an inequality and explain how you arrived at your answer.
Ans. 8
60r + 84t 2500 where r stands for no of rock and t stands... You are planning...

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...movement, style of music and costuming and sequencing.
Truman is surrounded by an illusion that is perfect and artificial and he responds to them in a similar fashion. In the initial part of the movie, he is seen leaving his house for work in the morning. Every morning is the same routine and he goes **through** them in the same detached manner. As he leaves the house he sees his neighbors, to whom he says the same corny lines with a cheesy fake smile. This is the first impression that the audience receives that the scene in scripted and played out by actors. The artificiality of the scene does not end there and the camera tips an angle that shows us the images of perfectly mowed lawns, white picket fences, pastel-colored...

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... and Section # of COOPERATIVE **LEARNING** (**GRADE** TO **GRADE** 12) Cooperative **Learning** To understand cooperative **learning**, it is firstly important to understand the underlying meaning of cooperation. Cooperation is termed as an act of working together to accomplish shared goals. By the help of cooperative activities, individuals **learn** to work for themselves and for others as well as the outcomes for these activities are beneficial for them as well as for everyone else in the group. Cooperative **learning** therefore is the 'instructional' use of small groups to propagate the idea of students working together for shared tasks and goals. The idea is relatively simple. The class is first assembled into groups and then assigned tasks. The groups... In...

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...**algebra**, an n-by-n (square) matrix A is called invertible, non-singular, or regular.
If an n-by-n matrix exists the matrix must be square.
6) A is expressible as a product of elementary matrices, because every elementary matrices are invertible and its inverse is also an elementary matrices. A square matrix is only invertible if it can be written as a product of an elementary matrix.
7) A family of vectors is linearly independent if none of them can be written as a linear combination of finitely many other vectors in the collection. An alternative method uses the fact that n vectors in Rn are linearly dependent if and only if the determinant of the matrix formed by the vectors is zero.
8) To prove that columns span...

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...Part I: Linear **Algebra** and Geometry Assignment: Give a detailed of how linear transformations can be used to study rotated conic sections. Your essay should include:
1) A description of rotations **through** an angle about the origin.
Each of the conic sections which are centered at the origin can be described by the equation
Ax2 + Cy2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0
This curve can be rotated **through** an angle about the origin by using the rotation equations:
x = x’ cos - y’ sin
y = x’ sin + y’ cos
so that the transformation matrix is:
R =
cos
- sin
sin
cos
These values for x and y are substituted into the equation of the curve in order to obtain a new equation for the...

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...a. Evaluate how s and **experiences** in program have contributed to your growth, problem solving, written and oral communication skills, information retrieval and utilization, and collaboration. (400 words)
I have grown so much in the meaningful **experiences** my University program has provided me. Stimulating my mind with wonderful new ideas I have never encountered before and challenging me to think out of the box may be enough motivation for me to persist in my studies. Initially, concepts in various courses may be difficult to digest, but upon careful analysis and questioning, I have come to understand them and apply them accordingly. What is amazing is that the **learnings** from different...

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...Teaching and **Learning** **Algebra** Most find it difficult to understand and apply **algebra**, especially when first introduced to the This paper examines some of the reasons for this and focuses specifically on student difficulties with three major **algebraic** issues.
Students’ Persistent **Algebra** Difficulties
The National Curriculum has for many years set forth standards for teaching **algebra** to students from ages younger than 16 years **through** 19 years. An extensive analysis of the impact of these standards was conducted by the Joint Mathematical Council and The Royal Society during 1994-1997. It concluded that the standards...

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... is six years.
The above formula can be rearranged and with enough data, we can easily find out the values of different variables.
Discussion # 3 Parallel and Perpendicular
Read about Cowling’s Rule for child sized doses of medication (number 92 on page 119 of Elementary and Intermediate **Algebra**).
Given an equation of a line, find equations for lines parallel or perpendicular to it going **through** specified points. Simplify your equations into slope-intercept form.
Write the equation of a line parallel to the given line but passing **through** the given point. Y=x+4;(-7,1)
y = x + c
1 = -7 + c
c = 8
Write the equation of a line perpendicular to the given line but passing **through** the given point. Y= -x +1;(4,2)
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...and C41 is useless. The cofactors C11 will be necessary, so
Therefore C11= 0 so, the determinant A is,
Since the determinant of the matrix is Zero hence the given matrix is a singular matrix.
Answer # 6
Part 1
The given equation can be converted into matrix form as,
Now finding the determinant Using Cramer’s rule
Therefore
Now
Now for x2
Now
Similarly
Solving both
Hence the solution can be written as
Part 2
Writing the given equations in matrix form,
Finding the determinant of D,
Now we find the determinant of to find the value of fist variable
Now we find the determinant of to find the value of second variable,
And now we will find out the determinant of in order to find the value of third variable i.e. x3
Now
Similarly
And
Now...

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