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Identifying Mistakes in Chapter 3 Problem Title: Mistake Identification in Chapter 3 Problem

Below is a problem from Chapter 3 content. Review the work and answer given. Identify the mistake(s). In your write-up, explain where the mistake

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Explaining Slope and Graphing Linear Equations

Description:
You are being asked to choose two assigned homework problems and thoroughly explain the concepts included within those problems.
Instructions:
Review the work you’ve completed for the chapter. Choose two problems that represent key ideas from the chapter. Your goal is to thoroughly explain the process of solving the problem – completely explaining your thinking throughout the entire problem.
You may choose any problems from the assigned homework problems except for those that students have presented on. Also, the two problems you choose must be from different sections.
After explaining the two chosen problems, the final part of this task is to reflect on the learning of the chapter. What was difficult for you? What connections did you make? How well did you persevere through difficult parts? What helped you understand the concepts? What real world applications exist for the concepts within the chapter?
This learning task is due Saturday of each week. It is worth 25 points. (Ten points for each of the two math problems and 5 points for the reflection piece.)
PROBLEM 1
Determine the slope of the line through the given points. If the slope of the line is undefined, so state.
(1, 2 and  (4, 8)
problem 2 
Graph each equation using the x- and y-intercepts.
x+2y=4

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“Chapter 3 Problem Presentations: Graphing Equations with X- and Y-Intercepts”

Description
Follow the instructions in the Chapter 3 Homework.pptx  Download Chapter 3 Homework.pptx  
Review the Problem Presentations Directions.pptx Download Presentations Directions.pptx 
Then, click the Chapter 3 Problem Presentations link above. This link will take you to your small group, where you can see if you have been assigned to be Student A, B, C or D. 
Prepare your presentations for those problems using Screencast-o-maticLinks to an external site.. Screencast-o-matic allows a maximum of 15 minutes to present.
Post the link to your presentation(s) to the Chapter 1 Problem Presentations discussion board. 
This learning task is due Thursday by 11:59 PM, peer replies are due by Saturday by 11:59 PM.
Instructions
One of the final slides of each Chapter presentation PPT, is a slide that contains the homework problems from each section.  Certain problems have been colored and highlighted. This identifies which problems are presented on and by whom.
When doing the problem presentations, thoroughly explain your thinking. Act is if those watching are not in this course; explain all steps and explain your thinking throughout the problem.
problems 
1,Graph each equation using the x- and y-intercepts.
4x+y=4
for the second problem check below  (attached)

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“The Importance of Base Restrictions in Exponential Functions”

In the definition of an exponential function, the base is not allowed to equal 0, 1 or a negative number. Why? 

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Title: Critical Thinking and Discussion on the Role of Media in Society

PART 1
DISCUSSION 
see atachments 
PART 2
STUDENT RESPONSES 
see attachments 
Part3.
CRITICAL THINKING 
There is a critical thinking template to put your equation on how you got the answer
. Please read the CRITICAL THINKING attachment and follow the instructions for the Critical thinking template. 

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“Solving Age-Related Problems in a Company of CE, ME, and EE”

In a company of CE, ME and EE, the sum of their ages is 2160 and ave is 36. The average age of CE and ME is 39, of CE and EE is 110/3 and EE &ME is 360/11. If the ages of CE is increased by 1 of ME is increased by 6, and of EE increased by 7, the average of all their ages increased by 5. How many CE are there?

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“Solving a Simple Math Problem” Problem: If John has 20 apples and gives 5 apples to his friend, how many apples does John have left? Solution: Title: Solving a Simple Math Problem Problem: If John has

Please work through and handwrite the answer to the following problem. This is a quick, easy, 10 minutes assignment. The final document can be uploaded as a photo or a pdf.

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Solving Basic Algebraic Equations Title: “Mastering Algebraic Equations: A Step-by-Step Guide”

Problems MUST be solved in the same way/using the same method as commonly taught in basic Introductory College Algebra. Please show all work by hand for final submitted file.

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“Finding a Solution to Reduce Plastic Pollution”

Please choose just one problem that you would like to solve by the  end of today at 2100.  
Question number 15 has already been taken.  Show all work.

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“The Practical Significance of Algebra in My Life and Field of Study”

Based on your life experiences explain why algebra is important to your daily life and to your field of study.