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...**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

...Derivatives of sine functions Investigate the derivative of the function Figure Graph of function and for Figure shows the graph of function (red curve) and it derivative (gradient) (green curve). From graph it can be seen that the gradient of the function behaves similarly as original function, however it shifts left side by (or shift right side by).
= or
From above, it is obvious that the graphs of the sine and it derivative cosine functions are sinusoids of different phases1. The derivative is also a sine function with a phase-shift of (or).
Conjecture: The graphs of the sine function, and its derivative cosine function, are sinusoids of different phases i.e. the derivative is also a sine function with a phase-shift... of sine...

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...circumstance.
Nevada First-degree murder with at least 1 of 15 aggravating circumstances (NRS 200.030, 200.033, 200.035).
New Hampshire Murder committed in the **course** of rape, kidnapping, or drug crimes; killing of a law enforcement
officer; murder for hire; murder by an inmate while serving a sentence of life without parole (RSA 630:1, RSA 630:5).
New Mexico First-degree murder with at least 1 of 7 statutorily-defined aggravating circumstances (Section 30-2-1 A, NMSA).
New Yorkc First-degree murder with 1 of 13 aggravating factors (NY Penal Law §125.27).
North Carolina First-degree murder (NCGS §14-17).
Ohio Aggravated murder with at least 1 of 10 aggravating circumstances (O.R.C. secs. 2903.01, 2929.02, and...

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... XXXXX Number: XXXXX XXXXX XXXXXX XXXXX of XXXXX XX – Jun - 2010
Mathematics - Assignment
A. What kind of correlation do you expect to find between annual income and amount spent on car? Will it be positive or negative? Will it be a strong relationship? Base your answer on your personal guess as well as by looking through the data.
The two variables, annual income and amount spent on car are expected to have a positive correlation. The main reason is that when the income is higher, people tend to spend more on their cars. Moreover, the relationship between the two variables is expected to be strong.
Based on the data given, it is evident that the annual income and the amount spent on car are directly proportional to one... XXXXX Number:...

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...Self Reflective Essay
I had always been a little apprehensive about studying **Math**. However, I found the **Math** 101 **course** specifically designed to cater to students like me. All the concepts were explained clearly and in a simple manner so that I could understand them well. This **course** has given me a strong foundation in basic **math** such that I am able to understand and appreciate various mathematical concepts in a wider perspective. I therefore feel more confident about the subject now.
Looking back, I feel that my learning was initially clouded by the apprehension I had regarding the subject. However, as I attended the classes, I gained confidence...

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...Chapter 5 & 6 Questions Find the prime factorization of 191 or if the number is prime. (Format: prime or not prime) prime 2. Determine whether 580 is divisible by 2, 3, or 5. State your answer as a single number or two or three numbers divided by a comma, i.e., 2,3 or 2,5, etc.
(Format: Whole numbers separated by commas such as 4,7 or as a single number such as 4)
580 = 2*290
580 = 5*116
Divisible by: 2, 5
3. Find the LCM of 12,15, and 20.
(Format: Whole number such as 4)
12 = 2*2*3
15 = 3*5
20 = 2*2*5
LCM = 2*2*3*5 = 60
4. Use the LCM determined above to add: 1/12+ 1/15 + 1/20. State your answer in fraction form and reduced to the lowest common form.
(Format: Fraction such as 1/6)
(1/12) + (1/15) + (1/20) = (5 + 4 + 3)/60...

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... Mathematics The first button used is obviously the ‘Home’. This button includes the summary of all the contents of the My **Math** Lab. Second button is ‘Temporary Access’, this button leads to the temporary access page to my assignments and **course** work by providing a temporary access code. The ‘HOMEWORK’ button enables access to homework and tests and other things related to the **course** work. Quizzes and test button contains details of test that were conducted and upcoming test details. Study Plan button contains practice test and quizzes tabs and score of each completed quiz. Grade Book button contains grades of the completed quizzes and tests. Expand Chapter content button it populates more tabs with the heading of the chapters... and their...

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...Full Question A False. The Kuznets hypothesis s that the income inequality in poor countries first increase at a decreasing rate, then reaches a maximum and decline at an increasing rate with respect to per-capita income. Kuznets curve is inverted U shape. Its x and y axis shows per-capita income and inequality respectively. Therefore the slope of the curve denotes the growth rate of inequality at low per-capita income levels and the rate of declining of inequality at high per-capita income levels.
2. Question A-1:
True.
By drawing Lorenz Curves of two countries in the same panel the income inequality of those countries can be compared. These curves can cross in more than one place. Here an unequivocal statement regarding... Question A...

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...Repeat Application-Exceeding 5 repeats information Currently, I have 7 repeats, as shown in the table below. Attempt/Grade
Repeat 1/Grade
**Math** **157**
2010 Summer/C+
2013 Summer/A-
Econ 105
2010 Fall/ D
2013 Summer/B-
Econ 103
2011 Spring/C+
2013 Summer/C+
French 120
2011 Spring/D
2014 Spring/B-
Bus 251
2012 Fall/N
2013 Summer/C
Phil 100w
2012 Fall/D
2014 Fall/C
Bus 254
2013 Fall/D
2015 Spring/-
I joined the University in 2010 as a business major and in the five years I have been at the University, I have been unfortunate to do seven repeats. I have various reasons that resulted in me taking seven repeats that I aim at sharing and it is my hope that my **course** repeat application will be...

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...and ascribing symbols to smaller unequal parts of the cube, children even memorized algebraic formula for cube of a trinomial. Thus, it was revealed that children can remember quantity and order through visual memory of objects.
6. How sensorial and practical life activities relate to Montessori **Math** curriculum, control of error, direct and indirect Aim of Montessori **Math** Materials
Sensorial activities includes geometric materials such as cubes, prisms and rods, which aim at refinement of child’s senses and stereognostic skills. The activities help the child in discriminating and identifying objects in relation to properties such as size, shape, color, texture and smell. These objects possess...

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