Pie Charts 1.) Read the following two articles, which can be found at the given

Pie Charts 1.) Read the following two articles which can be found at the given links: Randle T. (2015). What do you mean Im not supposed to use pie charts?! Geckoboard. Retrieved from https://www.geckoboard.com/blog/pie-charts/#.V2QZouYrIUT Beschizza R. (8). MacWorlds iPhone pie chart: Perspective trick makes 19.5% look bigger than 21.2%. Wired. Retrieved from http://www.wired.com/8/02/macworlds-iphon/ 2.) Post… Continue reading Pie Charts
1.) Read the following two articles, which can be found at the given

Analyzing Mistakes

Part 1 Why do we make mistakes?The old adage that nobody is perfect is certainly true but we can LEARN from our mistakes.Start to analyze your mistakes. By increasing your awareness of the type of mistakes that you make the most often you will begin to make them less often. Conceptual Error:The error is due… Continue reading Analyzing Mistakes

Notes. When uploading your work, be sure to choose correct pages, without missin

Notes. When uploading your work be sure to choose correct pages without missing any for each problem. Besides make sure all pages are in order no page is rotated and none of your code or hand-written work is cut out. According to our homework policies youare allowed to collaborate for homework assignments in a group… Continue reading Notes.
When uploading your work, be sure to choose correct pages, without missin

Multimedia Presentation In this assignment, you will create a correctable code f

Multimedia Presentation In this assignment you will create a correctable code for a list of key words. Your task is to create an efficient correctable code for a list that contains at least 6 key words. The words in your code will be represented as binary strings using only 0s and 1s. Stringent correctability requirements… Continue reading Multimedia Presentation
In this assignment, you will create a correctable code f

Multimedia Presentation In this assignment, you will create a correctable code f

Multimedia Presentation In this assignment you will create a correctable code for a list of key words. Your task is to create an efficient correctable code for a list that contains at least 6 key words. The words in your code will be represented as binary strings using only 0s and 1s. Stringent correctability requirements… Continue reading Multimedia Presentation In this assignment, you will create a correctable code f

Making Sense of Rational Expressions A rational expression is nothing more than

Making Sense of Rational Expressions A rational expression is nothing more than a fraction in which the numerator and/or the denominator are polynomials. Here are some examples of rational expressions. The last one may look a little strange since it is more commonly written.Simplifying rational expressions requires good factoring skills. The twist now is that… Continue reading Making Sense of Rational Expressions
A rational expression is nothing more than

In this course, we have used the weekly forum discussions to delve into Set Theo

In this course we have used the weekly forum discussions to delve into Set Theorys applications asking such questions as: How is Set Theory used in the different branches of mathematics? Is it a common or uncommon technique? Is it used to cut complexities of arguments? Increase the transparency of proofs? Solve problems not otherwise… Continue reading In this course, we have used the weekly forum discussions to delve into Set Theo

In this course, we have used the weekly forum discussions to delve into Set Theo

In this course we have used the weekly forum discussions to delve into Set Theorys applications asking such questions as: How is Set Theory used in the different branches of mathematics? Is it a common or uncommon technique? Is it used to cut complexities of arguments? Increase the transparency of proofs? Solve problems not otherwise… Continue reading In this course, we have used the weekly forum discussions to delve into Set Theo

In this chapter, we studied the Egyptian, Chinese, Roman, Babylonian, Mayan, and

In this chapter we studied the Egyptian Chinese Roman Babylonian Mayan and Greek numeration systems in addition to our own Hindu-Arabic number system. Please research and respond to at least two of the following topics: Which systems do/dont have a symbol for zero? If the system has a symbol for zero what is it? What… Continue reading In this chapter, we studied the Egyptian, Chinese, Roman, Babylonian, Mayan, and