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## [SOLVED] discussion week1 mat 1033 – Algebra

APA FORMAT (CITATION, REFERENCES)      Word Count 300-400   To receive Discussion Board Credit:  Watch at least 2 video links below regarding the operations with fractions.  Post a substantial commentary on what you found beneficial in the video that helped you deepen...

## [SOLVED] peer response discussion MAT 1033- WEEK1 (DARNIELLIA) – Algebra

APA format, citation and reference. Word Count 200-300  Read another student’s post and reply with substantial comments.DARNIELLIA SPICER Dividing and Multiplying Fractions COLLAPSE Top of Form Dividing Fractions You must look at the equation as how many of a...

## [SOLVED] Methods used to represent a set ( N6 MAC 1105 College Algebra) – Algebra

Describe the three methods used to represent a set. Give an example  of a set represented by each method. Respond to at least 2 of your  classmates. Submission Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 200 words/numbers or a combination of both. Your initial...

## [SOLVED] Help please – Algebra

need helpPick one of the topics listed below, start a new thread, and discuss it in a post. Also, respond to two classmates. 1. Research a credit card and discuss the terms. Would this be a good option for you? Why or why not? 2. Give an example of a loan which worked...

## [SOLVED] peer response discussion MAT1033 WEEK 1-DOMINIQUE – Algebra

APA format , citation, references  Word Count 200-300    Read another student’s post and reply with substantial comments.Dominique Davis   I watched 2 videos on dividing and multiplying fractions. Once I started watching the videos I chuckled a bit at the images...

## [SOLVED] We list some radioactive isotopes and their associated half-lives. Assume that each decays according to the formula A(t) = A0e kt where A0 is the initial amount of the material and k is the decay cons – Algebra

We list some radioactive isotopes and their associated half-lives. Assume that each decays according to the formula A(t) = A0e kt where A0 is the initial amount of the material and k is the decay constant. For each isotope:  Find the decay constant k. Round your...