Why is math useful in our day to day life?

High School, Mathematics and Statistics
Structure Suggestion (example)Your report may include: INTROA premise and why this topic is of interest to you. What you expect to find and your research method. BODYYour specific area of research (subtopic) within the field of study and how it connects to the whole field of study.History of the topic, modern techniques, applications/use cases, interesting/challenging problems, the future. CONCLUSIONSWhat you have discovered. Is it what you expected? How would you investigate further? Critique of your own study? (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly!)
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Quantitative Business Methods

APA (edition "APA 6"), Mathematics and Statistics
This assignment involves solving 2 math problems as thoroughly as possible.Please read chapter 1, 2, and 3 from the assigned textbook and attached PDFs to gain background information before you start the assignment.Use this WORD file attached to submit your assignment. You need to show your thorough calculation steps and answers
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Nurses Work Schedule Characteristics, Nurse Staffing, and Patient Mortality

APA (edition "APA 6"), Mathematics and Statistics
- read the article at least two times- highlight the important points of the article in every section- read the critique question in the template and write the answer to each question. The answer should be in a sentence format with supporting evidence from the article to justify the response to the question.I attached a copy of Nurses Work Schedule Characteristics, Nurse Staffing, and Patient Mortality to you and the rubric.
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Deliverable 3 – Confidence Intervals

Mathematics and Statistics, Undergraduate
InstructionsScenario (information repeated for deliverable 01, 03, and 04)A major client of your company is interested in the salary distributions of jobs in the state of Minnesota that range from $30,000 to $200,000 per year. As a Business Analyst, your boss asks you to research and analyze the salary distributions. You are given a spreadsheet that contains the following information:A listing of the jobs by titleThe salary (in dollars) for each jobYou have previously explained some of the basic statistics to your client already, and he really liked your work. Now he wants you to analyze the confidence intervals.Background information on the DataThe data set in the spreadsheet consists of 364 records that you will be analyzing from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data set contains a listing of…
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Reading Response

Mathematics and Statistics, Undergraduate
Choose two of the following Response Questions. Identify the numbers of the questions you answer in the initial post. Those numbers will be important when it comes to responding to peer posts. 1. Mathematical community is inherently at the heart of learning in the math classroom. Su (2020) points out that often, community consists of hierarchical components (sometimes connected to achievement, sometimes more implicit). What is one hierarchical component of a mathematics classroom that you see or have experienced? Describe how this component functions in a mathematics class and impacts the community of learners. Then, propose two specific alternatives to that hierarchical component and articulate how you see them building a more authentic and inviting community for all learners.2. Return to the example of two mathematics professors and a group…
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Super easy!!

Mathematics and Statistics, Undergraduate
IntroductionSample design is very important, as we saw in the U.S. 2000 presidential election, where Florida was initially declared for the Democratic candidate based on a sample that did not truly reflect the entire state. Careful consideration must be paid to ensure a representative sample if we are inferring those results on a population.Locate and Complete Have you seen or read about an example where data were presented on an issue, but the sample was not representative of the population from which it was drawn? If you can't recall a specific example, locate one using an Internet search.For this discussion, summarize the issue and respond to the following questions.    Why do you believe the sample was not representative of the population?    What are the undesirable consequences of using a poor…
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Super easy!!

Mathematics and Statistics, Undergraduate
IntroductionThis module focuses on sampling techniques. However, there may be times when you need to use a number generator to simulate a simple random sample. Random number generators could be used to avoid bias in the sample selection process. In this assignment, you will explore the circumstances under which a random number generator is used and experiment with selecting and using one.Complete and Submit First, research random number generators. Then, respond to the following in a paper.When would you use a random number generator?Select a random number generator and use it to generate at least ten numbers.Your paper should be two double-spaced pages. Use current APA formatting to cite your sources.Include a link to your selected random number generator and a screenshot of the numbers you generate.Submit your paper to…
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systems of equations

APA (edition "APA 6"), Mathematics and Statistics
Systems of equations are used in many cost models in the real world. Here is an example scenario for you to consider.Suppose you are running a carnival. You are selling hamburgers and sodas. A hamburger is $1.75 and a soda is .75. You expect to make a total of $117.50 for the dayYou also plan to sell 120 hamburgers and sodasHow many sodas and hamburgers will you sell each? Suppose you decide to change the price ratio between hamburgers and sodas so that they produce a more equal consumption of hamburgers and sodas.What would you change the price to for each and why?What would be the new amount of hamburgers and soda each at your price points?For your discussion, you are asked to provide an example like the one presented…
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Math

Mathematics and Statistics, Not applicable
1. Given two samples, one in which n = 36, the other where n = 60, which distribution would have the larger variance? Which variance is likely to be closer in value to the population variance? Which sample is likely to have the larger range? 2. A school psychologist wants to inform a teacher about the mean and standard deviation of the students IQ scores. The scores are below; assume they are a sample.IQ scores 98, 111, 102, 100,101,109A. What is the mean?B. What is the standard deviation? 3. Calculate the range, variance, and standard deviation of this sample of scores.A. 2, 4, 7, 4, 8, 5, 1, 4, 4, 5 B. What is the range? C. What is the variance? D. What is the standard deviation? 4. For the…
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Any topic (writer’s choice)

Mathematics and Statistics, Undergraduate
Analysis of justification: Across the grade bands (elementary-, middle- and high- school) compare and contrast the role of mathematical justification in supporting students mathematics learning? Questions that need are answered are below...1. What are the implications of the similarities or differences of mathematical justification for equitable mathematics learning (i.e, each and every student learning rigorous and important mathematics)?2. Given our discussion of mathematical identity in Module One, what role do you see mathematical justification playing in fostering productive mathematical identities? Be sure to draw on course readings/activities to support your response.Video resource that needs to me used: https://rucore.libraries.rutgers.edu/rutgers-lib/46919/emap/1/standalone
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