Is this relationship a Fuction?
This is a function because is mainly a one to one relationship between football team and Quarter Back. However it wouldn’t be a function if the Quarter Backs were the Domain. It exist as a function because of the simple relationship 1 to 1 (x, y) or ( 1 , a ).

Reversing the fuction

Is this Relationship a Function
This diagram does not qualify as a function because Arrow’s coming from Joe Namath are more than one pick out of the range. Givin that a function from F (x) X to Y has to be a 1 to 1 relationship this function simply doesn’t not Qualify.

Part 2 Sequences
Mathematical sequences can be used to model real life applications. Suppose you want to construct a movie theater in your town. The number of seats in each row can be modeled by the formula C_n = 16 + 4n, when n refers to the nth row, and you need 50 rows of seats. Write the sequence for the number of seats for the first 5 rows C_n= 16+4n Formulia

16+4(1)=N 16+4=20

16+4(2)=N 16+8=24

16+4(3)=N 16+12=28

16+4(4)=N 16+16=32

16+4(5)=N 16+20=36

1st row = 20
2nd row =24
3rd row=28
4th row=32
5th row=36
Number of Seats for the first 5 rows 140
(b) How many seats will be in the last row? C_n= 16+4n N=16+4(n)
N=16+4(50)
N=16+200
N=216

Last Row has 216 seats

(c) What will be the total number of seats in the theater? N=16+4(6)=40 N=16+4(8)=48
N=16+4(9)=52
N=16+4(10)=56
N=16+4(11)=60
N=16+4(12)=64
N=16+4(13)=68
N=16+4(14)=72

...COT3103
10/21/2014
Exercises Section 2.5
2. Determine whether each of these sets is finite, countably infinite, or uncountable. For those that are countably infinite, exhibit a one-to-one correspondence between the set of positive integers and that set.
a. The integers greater than 10.
This is countably infinite.
Starting from the first integer greater than 10, which is 11, one can infinitely count upwards since there is no boundary on the right side of the number line for this instance.
The equation ƒ(x) = x + 11 can be used to show a one-to-one correspondence.
x: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, …
ƒ(x): 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 …
b. The odd negative integers.
This is countably infinite.
Starting from the first odd negative integer closest to 0, which is -1, we can count backwards infinitely without a boundary on the left side of the number line for this instance.
The equation ƒ(x) = -2x + 1 can be used to show a one-to-one correspondence.
x: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, …
ƒ(x): -1, -3, -5, -7, -9, -11, …
c. The integers with absolute value less than 1,000,000.
Finite.
This set is {−999,999, −999,998, ... ,−1, 0, 1, ... , 999,999}.
It is finite, with cardinality 1,999,999.
d. The real numbers between 0 and 2.
Uncountable.
We can prove it by the same diagonalization argument as was used to prove that the set of all reals is uncountable in Example 5.
e. The set A × Z+ where A = {2,3}.
This set is countable.
We can list its elements in the...

...natives’ power. In his heart he really wants to keep it as a secret.
George Orwell also fights against his conscience. What is ethical correct to do. His heart tries to convince him to leave the elephant alive. The Indians behind him affects him to do the opposite.
The affect of their surroundings overcomes their conscience and both of them succumb.
For George the act surprisingly gave him a great experience which was hard to regret.
And for Gideon his succumb decreased the chances of future blindness.
Both of their acts are to be proud of.
Task 2.3B:
Kursistens evaluering af lærerens arbejde, under - visningsmaterialet og undervisningsformen
Fra: Tobias Jonassen / kursist nr. 108570
Til: Hanne, Henrik & Søren
Efter modul 2/6
Hvordan fungerer samarbejdet med læreren? Og giv den bare gas.
Kursistens kommentarer: Jeg synes samarbejdet med lærerne virker rigtig godt. De er gode til at rose en og give konstruktiv feedback når det er relevant. |
Her kan du kommentere undervisningsmaterialet.
Kursistens kommentarer: Undervisningsmaterialet virker umiddelbart udmærket. Teksterne vi læser er i hvert fald fangende. |
Her kan du kommentere undervisningsformen.
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Andet:
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Læreren, undervisningsmaterialet og undervisningsformen er under stadig udvikling, og kommentarer til...

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American InterContinental University
Unit 2 Individual Project
Circular Flow
In the textbook, there are two circular flow diagrams. One represents the flows in the macro-economy as a closed system and the other represents the flows as an open system. The circular flow diagrams show how money travels through the economic systems including businesses, households, foreign agents and governments (Editorial Board, 2013). Within the closed and open systems there are two consumers. The first consumers are households that buy goods and services and the second consumers are those businesses that purchase factors to produce. Households enter the goods market while the businesses enter factor markets.
The first type of circular flow is that of the closed macro-economy system. This is the circular flow of money. A closed system is an economic model that counts only domestic exchanges but not the foreign agents. This therefore means that without foreign agents, the government or the economy is free of leakages. This system is basically shut off from surrounding environments and is self-contained. An example of a closed system would be the Earth system as a whole. Although energy passes across the Earth’s system boundary, no mass is exchanged throughout the Earth’s system and the rest of the universe (Ritter, M., 2011).
The second type of circular flow in the macro-economy is considered the open system. The open system is the opposite of the closed system. It...

...Unit 2 – Probability and Distributions
Michelle Hartman
American InterContinental University
Abstract
This is a single paragraph, no indentation is required. The next page will be an abstract; “a brief, comprehensive summary of the contents of the article; it allows the readers to survey the contents of an article quickly” (Publication Manual, 2010). The length of this abstract should be 35-50 words (2-3 sentences). NOTE: the abstract must be on page2 and the body of the paper will begin on page 3.
Memo
To: American Intellectual Union
From: Michelle Hartman
Date: January 13, 2013
Subject: Data Set
Dear American Intellectuel Union:
Provide a brief introduction (2-3 sentences) to the email you are writing to provide a preview of what will be covered.
Overview of the Data Set
Provide an overview for the current data set. What variables does it include? Which are qualitative, which are quantitative? What categories are used and why are they used? Begin your e-mail to AIU by first providing an overview of the database, that is, a story about the characteristics that may include types of variables, etc.
Use of Statistics and Probability in the Real World
This is a great place for outside research. Be sure to include information about where statistics are being used in the workplace.
The Value of Statistics
Explain the value of statistics and its contribution to the success of an...

...Unit 2 – Probability and Distributions
Leah Lopez
American InterContinental University
Abstract
Within this email, I will cover different probabilities within your company. This information can help you to understand whether or not your employees are satisfied with their jobs or not. Also within the results of this survey, you will find that your employees are not distributed equally in terms of gender.
Memo
To: AIU
From: Leah Lopez
Date: November 13, 2012
Subject: Survey of employees at American Intellectual Union
Dear AIU:
Within this email, I will be providing some information from a survey that was given to your employees. This information can help you to understand how satisfied your workers are with their jobs. This will also help you to understand whether or not you should hire more women and men to even out the gender amongst certain departments.
Overview of the Data Set
The current data set is comprised of 64 individuals who were surveyed, and this is a part of the sample of the population at American Intellectual Union, and these individuals were identified by 5 characteristics: gender, age, position (hourly or salaried), tenure, and how they felt about job satisfaction on a scale of one to seven. The qualitative variables include: gender, department, and position. The quantitative variables include: age, tenure, and job satisfaction.
Use of Statistics and Probability in the Real World
There are several...

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Abstract
This paper will discuss the rights of employees and the responsibility of the employers in the workplace within the United States and Europe. It will cover the laws, customs and cultures and why they may differ.
Business
The rights of employees within the United States and Europe are very different. Employees in the US have agreed pay, benefits, are allowed breaks during their shifts and even leave if they have been employed for a certain amount of time. Not all jobs require health benefits but it is something provided at some workplaces. The things mentioned above are all available to employees due to the laws in the US. Equal opportunity (EO) is very important discrimination by race, sex, age and so on are not tolerated. All businesses operate differently but they are all required to follow laws and regulations. Even though we are all suppose to follow the laws and bosses are in place to ensure that the laws are complied with or to bring any changes that may happen to the workplace. EO will always be stressed not just in discrimination aspect but it can be argued the way employees work should be equal. It is not fair for on team member to take on all the workload while another collects a check. If the employer was to see this he or she should be able to step up and become the power to make the workplace equal and complaints down.
Between the United States and Europe there are many differences, but also there are similarities. The US law allows the...

...Introduction to Sociology
SSC210 – Unit 2IP
M**** T*****
AIU Online University
Abstract
In this report we will be discussing an international movie that effectively communicates the cultural, values and norms of a society that is different from your own culture. The movie chosen is the Boy in the Striped Pajamas which is based on a fictional book by John Boyne.
Introduction
Ethnocentrism is the tendency to believe that one's ethnic or cultural group is centrally important, and that all other groups are measured in relation to one's own. The ethnocentric individual will judge other groups relative to his or her own particular ethnic group or culture, especially with concern to language, behavior, customs, and religion. These ethnic distinctions and sub-divisions serve to define each ethnicity's unique cultural identity (Pinstonedu.com, n.d.).
Set during World War II, a story seen through the innocent eyes of Bruno, the eight-year-old son of the commandant at a concentration camp, whose forbidden friendship with a Jewish boy on the other side of the camp fence has startling and unexpected consequences (IMDb, n.d.).
This movie really nails ethnocentrism on the head. By segregating the Jews in concentration camps with the fence that divides worlds of realism. On one side of the fence you have the privileged which are served the best wine, the best meals, a comfortable place to sleep, and life is...

... Null: Charcoal and used Engine Oil cannot be effective as an alternative Whiteboard Marker Ink.
Alternative: There is an important difference between a commercial Whiteboard Marker Ink and a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and used Engine Oil.
Null: There is no important difference between a commercial Whiteboard Marker Ink and a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and used Engine Oil.
III. Statement Of The Problem
Problem #1
Feasibility of Charcoal and Used Engine Oil as Alternative Whiteboard Marker Ink.
Problem #2
Is there an important difference between commercial Whiteboard Marker Ink and a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and used Engine Oil.
IV. Significance Of The Study
The importance if this investigatory project is to help the studetns and teachers in our society to use an affordable source Whiteboard Ink Marker needed in their every school works.
Chapter 2
I. Scope And Limitations
This study only focuses to make a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and used Engine Oil . This project is concentrated to find out the importance of difference between a commercial Whiteboard Marker Ink and a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and used Engine Oil. The researchers will only have three trials to compare it findings. This study is only limited in making a Whiteboard Marker Ink not in any other markers.
II. Review Of Related Literature
Whiteboard Ink
Charcoal
Engine Oil
Marker...