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13970  Teas 6  Teas 6  
13968  a gumball machine contains red,green and blue gumballs.twenty percent of the gumballs are red,30% orange,5%green and the rest are blue. if there are a total of 120 gumballs,how many more blue gumballs are there than yellow?  teas 6 math  
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I have a midterm 204MT basic LA math qizz due this fri 23Jun17, can you log on and complete this for me? I also have 3 more math homework and a final quizz, how much will it coast to have these done for me? v/r V 
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13965  I need 3 math homeworks done and a mid term and finals quiz done, the mid term needs to be accomplished by fri23rd Jun.Can you log online with my id to complete this course?  mt204 liberal arts math  
13929  What is 1+1?  how to ad  
13880  teas 6 math test  Teas 6 Math Questions  
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13864  hw help  introduction to simultaneous linear equations  
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Liberal arts homework 
Homework  
13801  Liberal arts homework help  
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SEE ATTACHMENT FOR QUESTION. PLEASE DO THE WRITEUP AND ALSO ATTACH THE EXCEL USED. PLEASE INCLUDE REFERENCE 
Business Statistic case study for Profstan only  
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5,344 − 57 Simplify the expression above. Which of the following is correct?
3(x − 4) = 18 Solve the equation above. Which of the following is correct?
The above is known as what type of graph?
(5x − 1) (3x + 2) Simplify the expression above. Which of the following is correct?
Timmy can usually make six paper airplanes in an hour. However, if he gets interrupted by his parents, he can only make four per hour. His friend John can make seven paper airplanes per hour. One day, Timmy and John decide to have a threehour long contest to see who can make the most paper airplanes. During the contest, Timmy is interrupted once every hour. John also had to take a break and do chores for an hour. How many more paper airplanes does the winner make?
If a car travels 360 kilometers in 5 hours, how far will it travel in 9 hours?
What degrees Fahrenheit is it at 30 degrees Celsius? Note: °F = (°C * 9/5) + 32
0.27 x 0.56 Simplify the expression above. Which of the following is correct?
At a comic book store, Robert purchased three comics for $2.65 each. If he paid with a $20 bill, how much change did he receive?
Simplify the expression above. Which of the following is correct?
Express 5/8 as its closest rounded percentage.
Amanda wants to paint the walls of a room. She knows that each can of paint contains one gallon. A half gallon will cover a 55 square feet of wall. Each of the four walls is 10 feet high. Two of the walls are 10 feet wide and two of the walls are 15 feet wide. How many 1gallon buckets of paint does Amanda need to buy in order to fully paint the room?
How many millimeters are there in 5 meters?
0.67 x 0.09? Simplify the expression above. Which of the following is correct?
2 − 8 ÷ (24 ÷ 2) = Simplify the expression above. Which of the following is correct?
Which type of graph would best indicate the percentage of a school’s annual scholarship fund spent on freshman students?
−1/4, π, 3/8, −0.2 Order the above list of numbers from least to greatest. Which of the following is correct?
A certain number is 12 more than half a given number. Translate this phrase into a mathematical expression equivalent to the given number if “c” represents the certain number.
 2x − 5  = 19 Which of the following is the solution set for the equation above?
If Maria left a $10.16 tip on a breakfast that cost $86.89, approximately what percentage was the tip?
A nurse working at a medical clinic earns $17.81 per hour. The nurse works three 8hour shifts and one 12hour shift every week, and is paid weekly. Weekly deductions are: federal tax $102.80, state tax $24.58, federal insurance $18.13, and family health insurance $52.15. What is the nurse's takehome pay each week?
How many imperial gallons are there in 1,400 liters? Note: 1 kiloliter = 220 imperial gallons
Derek purchased concert tickets in the month of June for $73, $66, $96, $17, and $66 dollars. Which of the following is an accurate estimate of the total amount he spent on concert tickets in June?
5y − 8 > 32 Solve the inequality above. Which of the following is correct?
There are 48 students studying foreign language at the community college. If the only two foreign languages offered are French and Spanish, and 28 students are studying French, which of the following represents the ratio of students studying Spanish to the total number of foreign language students?
What is 181.5% of 18?
Which of the following is equivalent to 0.0009?
A father is planning a birthday party for his son. He is expecting a total attendance of 7 adults and 13 children. Food costs will be $11.00 for each adult and $5.00 for each child. He will also need to spend $2.00 per child for party favors. Which of the following is the total cost of the birthday party?
7 x 4 + (9 − 6) + 13 Simplify the expression above. Which of the following is correct?
Write the number 1906 in Roman numerals.

TEAS math test practice questions  
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Math125 Spring 2016, Written HW 4  Final Exam Practice. Due Friday last day of class in Lecture. Counts 20 points toward HW Score. This Page must be stapled to front.
Math 125 Final Exam Practice Include your Name and math125 classid.
No late homeworks will be accepted.
18x 10 y 90
4x 5 y 16 6x y 7
Graph the Inequalities and determine the Feasible Set. SHOW WORK. Clearly mark your Axes and label graphed points with coordinates for full credit.
Maximize : 1500 8x 3 y subject to 5x y 360 x 3 y 180 x y 80 x 0 , y 0
$2600 per day to operate. Determine how many days each mine should be used to fill this order at the least total cost. SET UP(do NOT solve) a Linear Programming Problem for this situation.
matrix and the resulting one from RREF, plus your solution.
x 2 y 3z 14
x y 18z 3
x1 x2 x3 15
2x1 3x2 3x3 30
4x y z 14
5x y 2z 18
3 2
3
2 6 5 6
1 2
3 7 5
x 2 y 36 x y 20
x 0,
y 4
3 8 1 7
2
2 3
2 5
6
4 8
1
A
B 9
2 6
C
D
8 1
E
4
5 1 4 9 5 3 7
5 7 3
5 6
13
18 10 7
A
and B , and 2A – C = B, find the matrix C.
6 17 16
23
You may use a calculator, but show any commands used.
If the population needs(in Millions) $32 of metal, $25 of plastic, and $40 of wood, how much of each must be produced to satisfy this demand?
USING the
X A 1 B method.
2 2 1 2 1 3
2x y 3z 4
1 1
1
and
1 0
1
x z 2
2 1 1
3 2 4
3x 2 y 4z 8
Squares Line of Best Fit for this data set. Roundoff values to the nearest thousandth.
SHOW ALL WORK FOR FULL CREDIT. Your calculator’s graph IS NOT acceptable. Minimize : 900 5x 7 y subject to 2x 4 y 64 6x 2 y 72 x 4 y 44
x 0,
y 0
cost $40/day to care for, tigers cost $30, and bears cost $35. Help the manager build a population meeting his needs at the lowest daily cost.
Set up the Linear Programming Problem using only TWO variables. DO NOT SOLVE.
853 hours of staining available each week. The manager would like to make as much money as he can.
Minimize : 14x 9 y subject to x y 120 4x y 260 2x 5 y 600 x 0 , y 0
20pts
Maximize : z 3x 5 y 2z s.t. 2x 4 y 2z 34 3x 6 y 4z 57 2x 5 y z 30 x 0 , y 0 , z 0
the value of each decision variable. USE sensitivity analysis, NOT by redoing Simplex Method
the value of each decision variable. USE sensitivity analysis, NOT by redoing Simplex Method
22.
3 x 2 y 2z 2w 2 2x 2 y 4z 2w 3
x 2z w 2
x 2 y 6z
2
For the system of linear equations given above, find the value of X in a solution where Y = 2.5
$0.04 of coal, $0.20 of steel, and $.08 of electricity, while to produce $1 of steel, it takes $0.15 of coal and $0.10 of electricity. To produce $1 of electricity, it takes $0.02 of their own output, plus $0.30 of coal and $0.10 of steel. If the economy needs $54 million of coal, $26 of steel, and $85 of electricity, how much must be produced in the electricity industry, in millions to the nearest tenth?
(Hint: the useful formulas are
X AX D
(I A) 1 D X )
I S (I R) 1
0 0
to determine what percentage of the population starting in Y will eventually end up in Z.
W X Y Z
W .2 0 .15 0
X .3 1 .45 0 Y .4 0 .05 0
Z .1 0 .35 1
X Z W Y
X 1 0 .3 .45
Z 0 1 .1 .35 W 0 0 .2 .15
Y 0 0 .4 .05
3 2 6
2
A 5 4 , C 11 6
and AB C , find the total: b2,1 b2,2
60%
40%
E 20% K 80% 25%
30% P Z 100% 45%
Minimize : 600 5x 7 y subject to :
x 4 y 132 x 12
Solve by GRAPHING
C
2 0 1
R 0
3 4
3 2 0
Write the payoff matrix for this game, showing any necessary labels on the matrix. Decide whether this game is Strictly Determined or not. If it is strictly determined, what is the Value of the game?
C
15 40 25
R 25
10
5
45 20
15
R .2 .4 .4
.5
and C 0 .5
Construct either Linear Programming Problem which can be used to find the optimal play for each of R and C. Solve the LP problem. Find the fraction of the time each player should make their choices, and find the value of the game(in regards to the original matrix form)
C
0 3
R 1 2
Construct either Linear Programming Problem which can be used to find the optimal play for each of R and C. Solve the LP problem. Find the fraction of the time each player should make their choices, and find the value of the game(in regards to the original matrix form)
C
2 3 0
R 1
1 2
0 4 1 
Algebra 125  
7632  Elementary Linear Algebra  
7631  Elementary Linear Algebra For Business  
7629  Elementary Linear Algebra For Business  
7628  Elementary Linear Algebra For Business  
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