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1. Jim wants to plan a meal with 169 grams of carbs and 1330 calories. If green beans have 7 grams of carbs and 30 calories per half cup serving and if french fried shrimp have 9 grams of carbs and 190 calories per three ounce serving how many servings of green beens and shrimp should be used? 2. Solve the system of equation

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(See attached file for full problem description) --- Section 8.1 Solve each of the following systems by graphing each of the following. 10. 2x - y = 4 2x - y = 6 12. x-2y = 8 3x - 2y = 12 20. 3x - 6y = 9 X - 2y = 3 26. Find values for m and b in the following system so that the solution

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What are the slope, y-intercept, and equation of the line passing through the points (-1,1.2) and (3,-2)? a. slope = -0.8, y-intercept = 0.4, y = -0.8x+0.4 b. slope = 0.8, y-intercept = 0.4, y = 0.8x+0.4 c. slope = -0.8, y-intercept = 1.5, y = -0.8x+1.5 d. slope = -1.25, y-intercept = 0.05, y = -1.25x+0.05

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5x - 3y = 13 4x - 3y = 11

Show that the system of equations 2x + y + z = -6a 2x + y + (b +1)z = 4 bx + 3y + 2z = 2a Has a unique solution except when b = 0 and b = 6. If b = 0, show that there is only one value for a for which a solution exists, and find the general solution in this case. Discuss the case when b = 6. Interpret your so

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I would like to know if I am on the right track to writin this as a "systems of equations" using the substitution process. How much further do I have to go if this is right so far? A family made an investment for 1 year that earned $7.50 simple interest. If the principal had been $25 more and the interest rate 1% less, the in

Using Cramer' rule, solve the linear system 3x + 2y = 4 12x + 6y = 6

Solve using any method. 2x + y + z = 3 x + 2y - x = 3 3x - y + z = 5 keywords: elimination, addition, substitution

Let Y1 = theta + epsilon1 Y2 = 2*theta + xi + epsilon2 Y3 = theta - 2*xi + epsilon3 where E(epsilon(i)) = 0. Find the least squares estimates of theta and xi. See attached file for a cleaner version of the problem.

Question One The relationship between the load on a reel, L kilonewtons per metre (L kNm 1) and the reel diameter, x metres, is modeled by a graph consisting of two parabolic arcs, AR and BC, as shown. Arc AR is part of the parabola L =px2 + qx +r Points D(0. 1, 2.025), E(0.2, 2.9) and F(0.3, 3.425) lie on arc AR. Setup a syst

Solve the linear system. Indiciate if the system is inconsistent, dependent, or neither. 3x + 2y + z = 2 4x - y + 3z = -16 x + 3y - z = 12 keywords: 3, x, y, z

Solve the equation. Determine whether it is inconsistent, dependent, or neither. 3x - 2y = 0 9x - 8y = 7

Solve the linear system. State whether the system is inconsistent, dependent, or neither. x/6 + y/3 = 8 x/4 + y/2 = 12

If a system of nonlinear equations contains one equation whose graph is a circle and another equation whose graph is a line, can the system have exactly one solution? If so, what does the graph of the situation look like?

The following is a non-linear system. Solve it 1/x + 2/y = 3 2/x + 1/y = 4 (Hint: Try a change in variable. Let u = 1/x ; let v = 1/y)

Exercise. IV. This problem is a partial investigation of which n×n matrices over C have cube roots; that is, for which n × n matrices A over C there is an n × n B over C such that A = B3. Since C is algebraically closed, every n × n matrix over C is similar over C to a matrix in Jordan canonical form. A. Suppose that A

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Three functions e^x, sinx and cosx are given. They must be shown linear independent by using Wronskian.

I have another question on linear approximation using e. Suppose I want to approximate e^ 0.9. I am assuming that I let f(x) equal the following e^ 0.9 ~ e^0.5 + e^0.5 (0.9-0.5) = 0.4e^0.5 Am I on the right track?

Find four elements of the field that form a subfield of order 4.

(See attached file for full problem description) 1) The slope field for the system dx/dt = 2x + 6y dy/dt = 2x - 2y is shown to the right a) determine the type of the equilibrium point at the origin. b) calculate all straight-line solution. 2) show that a matrix of the form A =(a b; -b a) with b!=0 must have complex eig

A seventeen-member committee must elect one of four candidates: R, S, T, or W. Their preference schedule as shown below. Which candidate wins under pairwise sequential voting with the predetermined order S, T, W, R? Number of Members Ranking 6 R > S > T > W 5 S > R > T > W 3

Let F be a field and . Then is an n - dimensional vector space over F. Define a function by . (a) Show that T is a linear operator. (b) Find the characteristic and minimal polynomials for T, with explanation. (For the characteristic polynomial, recall that you will need to choose a basis for , find the matrix of T