## CHECK THESE SAMPLES OF Elementary Math Questions

... From the given data, it can be seen that Project ‘p’ has a higher NPV as compared to Project ‘q’. Hence, if NPV is chosen as the criterion, Project ‘p’ must be preferred. However, it is also seen that Project ‘q’ has a higher IRR. Thus, form IRR point of view ‘q’ is the preferred project. Overall, there is a large difference between NPVs of the two projects while there is a smaller difference between their IRRs. Hence, Project ‘p’ should be selected over Project ‘q’. Moreover, IRR ranking is misleading here because the base investment (initial cash outflow) in the two projects is not the same. The cash outflow in Project ‘p’ ($200) is twice that of project ‘q’ ($100). Hence, it would not be appropriate to compare the two projects...

7 Pages(1750 words)Math Problem

...is used to highlight the steps necessary for implementation of differentiated instruction. The acronym stands for: Reflect on will and skill; Evaluate the curriculum; Analyze the learners; Craft research-based lessons; and Hone in on the data. It is imperative that the educator take these steps to seriously inquire about themselves, and thus implement differentiating instruction. The educator must first Reflect on their own knowledge and skills and come up with reasonable goals. They must Evaluate the curriculum to identify what the content is, and why the student should care about it. This can be found out through open ended **questions**. Then, Analyze the learners. Who are they? Who is on the back burner? This is to...

6 Pages(1500 words)Research Paper

...the hypothesis that computer gaming improves the motivation of learning mathematics in **elementary** schools. According to Azevedo (2005), mathematics or **math** games are fun activities. They usually encourage motivation, call for deep thinking, require both chance and skills, and provide multiple approaches to problem solving. These games implement certain mathematical strategies and skills by leveraging the natural inclination of the student to play. The games can either be played by an individual, a small or large group; it can be cooperative and/or competitive (Azevedo, 2005). Mathematical games have been proved to have some rewarding impacts to students. Azevedo (2005) argues that games are usually part...

4 Pages(1000 words)Research Paper

...**Math** Problem a) I constructed the first linear function based on the municipal solid waste data for 1970 and 1997 and the second linear function based on the data for 1980 and 1997. A dependent variable is the annual production of municipal solid waste in million tons. An independent variable is the number of years after 1960.
Based on the municipal solid waste data from the graph, I received such numbers for independent and dependent variables for the models.
Model 1
Model 2
Dependent Variable
Independent Variable
Dependent Variable
Independent Variable
121
10
152
20
217
37
217
37
Model 1:
121 = a + b*10
217 = a + b*37
The solution is a=85.4, b=3.56. Therefore, the first linear function is:
Annual MSW =...

2 Pages(500 words)Math Problem

...Death Penalty Thesis ment: The statistics used in death penalty cases can be used to argue for or against the practice, but rarely are all of the real statistics given.
Outline
I. Introduction
II. Pro Death Penalty Statistics
a. Victims
b. Death Row Inmates with Prior Convictions
III. Anti Death Penalty Statistics
a. Race
b. Education Level of Death Row Inmates
IV. Real Death Penalty Statistics
a. Race
b. Number of Executions since 1930
V. Conclusion
The statistics used in death penalty cases can be used to argue for or against the practice, but rarely are all of the real statistics given. Pro death penalty advocates generally state crime statistics, while anti death penalty advocates cite the cost... Penalty Thesis ment: ...

5 Pages(1250 words)Essay

...DQ Rational expression is very much similar to fraction and therefore doing operations—adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing—with rationalexpressions is similar to doing operations with fractions. When we multiply rational expressions, we multiply numerators and multiply denominators. For dividing by a rational expression, we multiply by its reciprocal. For adding and subtracting rational expressions, we take least common multiple, (LCM) of denominators so as to have same denominator in every expressions and than we add (or subtract) the numerators. Both fractions and rational expressions follow the same rule for doing operations. Therefore, understanding how to work with one kind of problem can help understand how... Rational...

1 Pages(250 words)Assignment

...Wk4 DQ **elementary** **Math** Success in mathematics does not depend on their ability to solve mathematical problems but their understanding of the solution. If confronted by parents concerning the scenario I will respond as follows.
Mathematics is different from other subjects taught in **elementary** school and, therefore, students require a different approach. Teaching mathematics involves linking abstract ideas and reality. In this case, an abstract idea might be a mathematics formula while reality can be the real life implication of mathematical concept behind the formulae. The mind of an average student does not have this ability. My use of manipulative is to enhance understanding of abstract...

1 Pages(250 words)Coursework

...are, on one hand, the person being asked may be readily and psychologically conditioned to consider the importance of tutorial in any case without paying due regard on situations it is most needed, and on the other, he or she may find that passing students make no significant difference from the failing ones. So the ambiguity of meanings attached to the **question** might cause results out of an erroneous understanding that tutorial is actually a necessity and the query sounds as if no second thoughts or further analysis is required.
Conclusion
It is quite obvious how the application of suspect samples in the first problem is demonstrated through an ad statement. Likewise, the second exercise consists of a biased...

1 Pages(250 words)Speech or Presentation

.... Twelve of the twenty participants in the study expressed concern because their school has not seen any markable improvement in **math** achievement scores since being placed on program improvement status. In fact, four of the members on the research panel stated that **math** scores have subsequently declined since receiving PI Status designation. Of the other eight participants, only two stated that there has been considerable improvement in **math** scores, but this was from the teacher’s perspective. They admitted that they did not truly know the state of their **elementary** school overall. The bottom line is that there has been no noticeable improvement in...

21 Pages(5250 words)Essay

...& Kocak, 2006). Individuals who experience anxiety in mathematics usually try to avoid college majors that require mathematics. They also avoid elective **math** coursework and even go further to avoiding career paths that involve **math** (Ashcraft & Moore, 2009). Both studies agreed that students of **elementary** education majors have highest level of **math** anxiety compared to students in other majors, especially to **Math** and Science majors (Ashcraft & Moore, 2009; Balogu & Kocak, 2006).
To reconfirm all the previous predictions about relationship between gender, age, majors and GPA with mathematic anxiety, the purpose of the present study was to explore the new...

6 Pages(1500 words)Research Paper