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This is a business calculations, math class.

This is a business calculations, math class. It is done on GDP, which I provide the login and password. I need chapters 14, 15 and 16 completed with case studies. This will take the right person 1-2 hours to complete max. I just dont have time to do it with my current work schedule.

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You only have one yellow bottle with exactly 5 pills and one blue bottle, also with 5 pills.

PROBLEM 2.
You all end up crossing the bridge a few minutes before the wild animals arrive to the other side of the bridge. You set a big fire and the animals decide to go away. You and your family can now continue the trip. You are all surrounded by beautiful plants and get distracted admiring all this beauty. All of a sudden a poisonous snake bites your father, Chris. You know that if he does not get the antidote, he will die. Luckily, you have a cure. Your father needs to take two kinds of pills. One pill from a yellow bottle and one pill from a blue bottle together at the same time every day for 5 days. You only have one yellow bottle with exactly 5 pills and one blue bottle, also with 5 pills. If Chris takes more or less than the proper dose, he will die. For example, if he takes more than one pill from the yellow bottle at one time, or if he only takes a pill from the blue bottle and don’t take the pill from the yellow bottle, he dies. Moreover, there will be no transportation to go back home until your trip is over in a week so there is no way you can get extra pills.
On the first day, everything goes well. You carefully pour one pill from the yellow bottle into your palm and carefully pour one pill from the blue bottle into your palm, and your father swallows them together. On the next day, you pour one pill from the yellow bottle into your palm, but you aren’t careful, and you pour two pills from the blue bottle into your palm! Now you have three pills in your palm. And here’s the bad news: the two types of pills are absolutely indistinguishable. How do you help your father survive?
PROBLEM 5.
When you finally solve this puzzle, the tribal people are very thankful and invite you to spend the night in their village. They let you stay in a 50x 50x 50 ft3 very cool tree house which sits on four 100-foot tall trees. The next morning, you all wake up hoping to continue your trip but the chief of the tribe wants you to stay at least 10 more days because they have many more ancient puzzles they want you to solve for them. You try to explain to them that you cannot stay that long but they don’t want to hear your reasons and lock you up in the tree house to force you to stay. So you decide to escape that very night. There is an open window at the corner of the room, near the floor. There is a strong hook near the window, so if you tied a 100-foot rope to the hook you can climb out through the window. The trees are not accessible through the window. There are two 50-foot ropes, each stuck in the center of the ceiling one foot apart. You can climb ropes and tie knots well, and you have a sharp knife. You have no other tools to use (and you can’t use clothes). The rope is strong enough to hold your weight and every member of your family’s weight, but not if it is cut lengthwise. You can survive a fall of no more than 10 feet. How do you get out?
PROBLEM 7.
After a couple of days in the ship, you go ashore and spend a night in a hotel before taking the bus home. Your room is actually a duplex. Upstairs, there is a room with a light bulb that is turned off. It turns out that the switch to turn it on is on the first floor. But there are three switches and only one of them controls the bulb on the second floor. After so many days of solving interesting puzzles and problems, your sister challenges you to discover which switch controls the bulb, but you are only allowed to go upstairs once. How do you do it? (no fancy strings, telescopes, etc. allowed. You cannot see the upstairs room from downstairs. The light bulbs are standard 100-watt bulbs)

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Hello!

Hello! I really need help with this assignment. It is a differential equation mixing problem. I would like the person to please
explain to me how they derived there answers and code for Mathematica. Thank you so much!

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This is work is about writting 3 lesson plans (mathematics) of senior high school (year 11 and 12), with related activities.

this is work is about writting 3 lesson plans (mathematics) of senior high school (year 11 and 12), with related activities. The details are all in the instruction I uploaded, please strictly follow the instructions. In addition, the template of lesson plan is also provided. Thank you in advance.

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Explain to me how they derived there answers and code for mathematica.

Hello! I really need help with this assignment. It is a differential equation mixing problem. I would like the person to please
explain to me how they derived there answers and code for Mathematica. Thank you so much!

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Note: hundredths place

Record High Temperatures: These data represent the record high temperatures in °F for each of the 50 states.
Construct a frequency distribution for the data using 7 classes and a Histogram
112 , 100 ,127 ,120 ,134 ,118, 105, 110 ,109 ,112
110 , 118, 117, 116, 118 ,122 ,114 , 114, 105 ,109
107 , 112, 114, 115, 118, 117, 118, 122, 106, 110
116, 108 ,110, 121, 113 ,120, 119, 111 ,104 , 111
120 , 113, 120, 117 , 105, 110 , 118, 112 , 114 , 114
Compute
The variance and standard deviation for Hybrid B: 5, 5, 5, 6, 7, 8
Variance: Blank 1
Standard deviation: Blank 2
Note: hundredths place

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What do i need to take the exam?

19 questions and 140 mins to do it by
What does the exam cover and how does it work?
Your Exam 1 covers section 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4. You can find the exam in Canvas at the end of the Chapter 2 module. The exam will open on Tuesday 9/27 at 3pm and must be completed by Wednesday 9/28 at 3pm. You will have 90 minutes (amount of time may change once I finish the exam) to work on the exam and submit it. Once you start the exam Canvas will shut you out of the exam after 90 minutes. You answer the questions in Canvas but some questions require written work. You will need to scan your work and upload it in Canvas (similar to how you submit homework).
What do I need to take the exam?
For the exam you will need reliable internet, a laptop or mobile device (laptop preferred), a scientific calculator, paper to show your work, a device for scanning and uploading your work.
You are allowed to use your notes and book but if you rely on that, instead of studying and mastering the material, you will not have time to finish the exam.
It opens on the 27

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What does it mean to you now?

This project is worth 100 points and your grade has two parts:
Article Review (Up to 80 points)
Read this article which is condensed from a chapter in the book The Universe and the Teacup: The Mathematics of Truth and Beauty by KC Cole, 1997.
Type up a thoughtful response to this article (about 400 – 500 words). Consider the following to get you started on your reflection.
Have you ever heard anyone say something was growing or shrinking “exponentially”? What was the situation? What did it mean to you then? What does it mean to you now?
Consider your own understanding of large numbers, exponential growth, and issues facing our nation and our planet. Think about how using mathematical equations to model actual data might help us to better understand our world and predict future trends.
Use examples, anecdotes, personal reactions, etc. Convince me that you read the article and have really thought about it.
Your score for this portion of the project is based on the Written Project Rubric.
Reflection (Up to 20 points)
After participating in the class discussion about this project, you will fill out the Project 2 Reflection.
Missing the in-class discussion, or not having your essay submitted in time for the discussion, will result in a loss of 10 points for this part of the project.

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You will need to scan your work and upload it in canvas (similar to how you submit homework).

What does the exam cover and how does it work?
Your Exam 1 covers section 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4. You can find the exam in Canvas at the end of the Chapter 2 module. The exam will open on Tuesday 9/27 at 3pm and must be completed by Wednesday 9/28 at 3pm. You will have 90 minutes (amount of time may change once I finish the exam) to work on the exam and submit it. Once you start the exam Canvas will shut you out of the exam after 90 minutes. You answer the questions in Canvas but some questions require written work. You will need to scan your work and upload it in Canvas (similar to how you submit homework).
What do I need to take the exam?
For the exam you will need reliable internet, a laptop or mobile device (laptop preferred), a scientific calculator, paper to show your work, a device for scanning and uploading your work.
You are allowed to use your notes and book but if you rely on that, instead of studying and mastering the material, you will not have time to finish the exam.
It opens on the 27

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Please cross reference the question on the “textbook” uploaded with the answer choices on the “homework 4” document.

Please cross reference the question on the “Textbook” uploaded with the answer choices on the “Homework 4” Document. If the correct answer is not listed please mark as answer choice “F”. Thank you!