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**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**For more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**MAT 126 Entire Course MAT 126 Week 1 DQ 1 MAT 126 Week 1 DQ 1 MAT 126 Week 1 Quiz MAT 126 Week 1 Written Assignment (Arithmetic and geometric sequence) MAT 126 Week 2 DQ 1 MAT 126 Week 2 DQ 2 MAT 126 Week 2 Assignment Is It Fat Free MAT 126 Week 2 Quiz MAT 126 Week 3 DQ 1 MAT 126 Week 3 DQ 2 All numbers in our real number system are the product of prime numbers. Complete the following steps for this discussion: List the ages of two people in your life, one older than you and one younger than you. It would be best if the younger person was 15 years of age or younger. Find the prime factorizations of your age and the other two persons’ ages. Show your work listed by name and age. Make sure your work is clear and concise. Find the LCM and the GCF for each set of numbers. Again, be clear and concise. Explain or show how you arrived at your answers.**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**MAT 126 Week 1 Quiz MAT 126 Week 1 Written Assignment (Arithmetic and geometric sequence) MAT 126 Week 1 Quiz 1. Question : Upon examining the contents of 38 backpacks, it was found that 23 contained a black pen, 27 contained a blue pen, and 21 contained a pencil, 15 contained both a black pen and a blue pen, 12 contained both a black pen and a pencil, 18 contained both a blue pen and a pencil, and 10 contained all three items. How many backpacks contained exactly two of the three writing instruments? Assignment Following completion of your readings, complete exercises 35 and 37 in the “Real World Applications” section on page 280 of Mathematics in Our World. For each exercise, specify whether it involves an arithmetic sequence or a geometric sequence and use the proper formulas where applicable. Format your math work as shown in the Week One Assignment Guide and be concise in your reasoning. Plan the logic necessary to complete the exercise before you begin writing. For an example of the math required for this assignment, please review the Week One Assignment Guide.**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**MAT 126 Week 2 Assignment Is It Fat Free MAT 126 Week 2 DQ 1 Following completion of your weekly readings, read “Are You Sure It’s Fat Free?” on page 286 of Mathematics in Our World. Gather three of your favorite packaged foods; perhaps one from each: breakfast, lunch and dinner. Use the model explained in the “Are You Sure It’s Fat Free?” to analyze, through the mathematical formula explained, the fat content and protein content from your foods. To analyze the protein content use 4 calories per gram of protein, rather than the 9 calories for grams of fat. This Discussion should be an eye opener for most students. We will look at our food shopping trends and how we spend our money. The outcomes should reveal some interesting facts. Save a cash register receipt from a shopping trip to the food market, or borrow one from a family member or friend. The cost of four prepackaged food items that are sold by weight and the cost of at least three fresh fruits, or vegetables need to appear on the receipt. If you have no access to a receipt with these items, then you will need to go to the store and write down the cost information, or find a grocery advertisement online. Do not use liquids such as milk, juice, or soda because these are sold by volume and not by weight. Also, do not include ingredients like flour, sugar, oil, dry beans, etc. because these items are not prepackaged foods.**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**MAT 126 Week 2 DQ 2 MAT 126 Week 2 Quiz This Discussion will help us learn to develop our own mathematical models, write down the equations and then solve the equations for unknown values using algebraic methods. Refer back to Week One Discussion and use the names and ages of yourself and the other two people you selected. Make sure one is older than you and one is younger than you. In years, how old was the older person when you were born? Write an equation that models how old in years each of you will be, when your ages add up to 150 years old. For example, if x = your age and the eldest person was a year older than you, you would write their age as x + 1. Then the equation would be: x + (x+1) = 150. Week 2 1. Question : Multiply. 1B7twelve x 29twelve 2. Question : Find the value of 327 in the mod 7 system. 3. Question : Determine the place value of the digit 8 in the number 3,684,159. 4. Question : Evaluate (3 + 4) + 1 in the mod 5 system.**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**MAT 126 Week 3 Assignment Quadratic Equations MAT 126 Week 3 DQ 1 Following completion of your weekly readings, complete the exercises in the “Projects” section on page 397 of Mathematics in Our World.You should be concise in your reasoning. For Project #1, work only equations (a) and (c), but complete all 6 steps (a-f) as shown in the example. This Discussion will concentrate on functions and graphs. Understanding the definitions of words is the essence of mathematics. When we understand the meaning of words, finding a solution is much easier because we know what task the problem is asking us to complete.Part 1 In your own words, define the word “function.” Give your own example of a function using a set of at least 4 ordered pairs. The domain will be any four integers between 0 and +10. The range will be any four integers between -12 and 5. Your example should not be the same as those of other students or the textbook. There are thousands of possible examples. Explain why your example models a function. This is extremely important for your learning. Give your own example of at least four ordered pairs that does not model a function. The domain will be any four integers between 0 and +10. The range will be any four integers between -12 and +5. Your example should not be the same as those of other students or the textbook. There are thousands of possible examples.**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**MAT 126 Week 3 DQ 2 MAT 126 Week 3 Quiz This Discussion tests your ability to use a ruler and convert from Standard English measure to Metrics. You will then apply your knowledge of the geometric measurements of area and volume through real world problems. Choose a room in your house. Measure the length, the width, and the height. Make sure you use feet and inches. Most rooms are not a whole number, such as 10 feet; they are 10 feet and 3 inches, or 9 feet 6 inches, etc.NOTE: Do not use decimal numbers for the feet. For example, do not write 10.3 to mean 10’3”, because that is incorrect. Convert the measurements to all inches for step 2, and then convert back to square feet for step 3. Week 3 1. Question : Find the circumference and area of the circle if d = 30. Use = 3.14. 2. Question : Find the vertex of the parabola. y = -4x2 - 16x - 11 3. Question : Find the domain and range of the relation, and state whether or not the relation is a function. {(3, 9), (3, 10), (3, 11), (3, 12)}**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**MAT 126 week 4 Assignment Pythagorean Triples MAT 126 Week 4 DQ 1 Assignment: Following completion of your readings, complete exercise 4 in the “Projects” section on page 620 of Mathematics in Our World. Make sure you build or generate at least five more Pythagorean Triples using one of the many formulas available online for doing this. After building your triples, verify each of them in the Pythagorean Theorem equation The purpose of this Discussion is to analyze a financial plan that portrays a somewhat typical budgeting scheme. You will calculate expenses, a mortgage payment, and the effects of interest and financing on your budget. Show your math work for every answer and identify the answers with words. Select the first three letters of your last name. Each letter has a numerical place value in the alphabet. For example, D is 4, L is 12, and Z is 26. Add the three place values together. For example, Wallace would yield WAL, which is 23+1+12 = 36.**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**MAT 126 Week 4 DQ 2 MAT 126 Week 4 Quiz This Discussion allows you to demonstrate your understanding of the similarities and differences between classical probability and empirical probability. In your own words, describe two main differences between classical and empirical probabilities. Gather coins you find around your home or in your pocket or purse. You will need an even number of coins (any denomination) between 16 and 30. You do not need more than that. Put all of the coins in a small bag or container big enough to allow the coins to be shaken around. Shake the bag well and empty the coins onto a table. Tally up how many heads and tails are showing. Do ten repetitions of this experiment, and record your findings every time. Week 4 1. Question : A single card is drawn from a deck. What is the probability of getting a queen or a king? 2. Question : In a shop there are 20 customers, 18 of whom will make a purchase. If three customers are selected, one at a time, at random, what is the probability that all will make a purchase?**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**MAT 126 Week 5 Assignment Misinterpretation or Misuse MAT 126 Week 5 Quiz Assignment: Following completion of your readings, answer the following two questions from “Chapter 12 Supplement” of Mathematics in Our World. Select one even problem from exercises 1 through 10 on page 810. Select one even problem from exercises 11 through 22 on pages 811-812. As you answer the questions above, identify what types of misrepresentation or misuse have been demonstrated by referring to the bold headings in the “Chapter 12 Supplement” (e.g., Suspect Samples, Asking Biased Questions, Misleading Graphs, etc.). 1. Question : Find the area under the normal distribution curve between z = 1.52 and z = 2.43. 2. Question : For the 20 test scores shown, find the percentile rank for a score of 86. 75 63 92 74 86 50 77 82 98 65 71 89 75 66 87 59 70 83 91 73**MAT 126(ASH) UOP Course Tutorial**For more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com