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... need to get a broader perception about the context implied. Lockhart’s comparison of **math** to art proves strong since the involved teacher could have broken the surface area of a cylinder as the sum of the surface area of the two circles (at the top and bottom) plus that of the area of the triangle (2?rh). Considering the nature of **math** teaching, the educators should be fully responsible for making **math** interesting to the kids. The educators have failed in recovering the need for studying and embracing **math**. The curriculum accentuates that the only expectation from **math** education is to perform well in the subject while living out the need for real knowledge useful in the long run. It orients the students to believe that cracking the exams...

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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 = 85.4+3.56*(Number of years after...

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...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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...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: ...

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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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...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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...plain the true meaning of the question, this certainly would yield erroneous output based on conclusions produced.
Conclusion
The first problem has shown with evidence how confusing words may help establish an enticing propaganda for a skincare commodity. Similarly, the second problem has demonstrated how double negatives within queries may likely create variable responses leading to data of errors due to misinterpretation of the query itself. Out of these exercises, one would observe that often, statistical misrepresentations are intentionally utilized for marketing claims or ideas that improve an organization’s economy or advocacy.
Reference
Sobecki, Dave et al. (2010). **Math** in Our World. 2nd ed. McGraw-Hill...

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... such info is provided in the ‘Graphing Calculator Help’ and the ‘review’ tab provides summarised content that may be needed while dealing with mathematical problems. ‘Support for technology’ tab also includes useful guides for using the graphic calculator and working on MS Excel. ‘The extended applications tab provides various case studies where the mathematical tools are utilised for solving problems in the real world. The mathematical application in the management sciences and social sciences fields is discussed in ‘Diagraphs and networks’. The interactive figures tab is yet to be provided to the students as it is mentioned there ‘coming soon’ (Tools for success).
There are different advantages of My **Math** Lab, some of these are;
It helps...

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...r, which enables child to learn concepts such as accuracy and self-correction. Practical life activities include real materials and objects, which provide students with learning of concepts such as care of self, people and the environment, and help in development of abilities such as concentration, coordination and confidence. These activities promote physical and psychological independence in children, and include a direct and an indirect aim. For example, the direct aim involved in a flower arrangement activity is to learn the art of arranging objects in a specific order. The indirect aim relates to the **math** curriculum, such as visually estimating length of stem of a flower that has to be placed in a vase with particular space and...

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