MATH Intermediate questions

in 2 hours 10 question!!!1- Solve the problem.The Corner Cafe has a replacement cost of \$262,000 and is insured for \$186,020 with an 80% coinsurance clause. The building has a fire loss of \$24,300. How much will the insurance company pay?Select one:a. \$24,300b. \$25,880c. \$21,566d. \$17,2532- Find the amount paid by each insurance company. Assume that any coinsurance requirement is met.Insurance loss: \$15,000Company A coverage: \$90,000Company B coverage: \$30,000Select one:a. A pays: \$11,250B pays: \$3750b. A pays: \$10,500B pays: \$4500c. A pays: \$15,000B pays: \$0d. A pays: \$13,500B pays: \$15003- Solve the problem.A driver injures a bicycle rider. The driver has bodily injury limits of 15/30. In court, the injured rider is awarded damages of \$19,000 Find the amount that the insurance company must pay and the amount that the insured must pay.Select one:a. \$30,000, \$0b. \$19,000, \$0c. \$15,000, \$4,000d. \$0, \$15,0004- Find the book value after the given number of years, using the straight-line method. Round your answer to the nearest dollar.Find the book value at the end of the first year.Cost: \$4500Estimated life: 5 yearsEstimated scrap value: \$700Select one:a. \$3740b. \$2980c. \$3600d. \$7607- Solve the problem. Round to the nearest dollar.Rainbow Ice Cream bought a frozen custard maker that cost \$6500. The expected life is 6000 hours of production with a salvage value of \$650. Find the book value at the end of the third year. Use the units-of-production method of depreciation given the following production schedule.Year 1 1530 hoursYear 2 1650 hoursYear 3 1290 hoursSelect one:a. \$2119b. \$4381c. \$1469d. \$16578- Solve the problem. Round to the nearest dollar.Central Street bought a rolling machine that cost \$76,000. The expected life is 700,000 hours of production with a salvage value of \$7600. Find the book value at the end of the third year. Use the units-of-production method of depreciation given the following production schedule.Year 1 175,000 hoursYear 2 171,000 hoursYear 3 164,000 hoursSelect one:a. \$51,000b. \$25,000c. \$20,629d. \$17,4009- Find the annual straight-line rate of depreciation for the estimated life.50 yearsSelect one:a. 0.2%b. 1.0%c. 2.0%d. 50%10- Find the amount paid by each of the multiple carriers.The Hamilton Race Track had a fire loss of \$319,000. They had insurance as follows: company A \$250,000,  company B, \$200,000 ; and company C, \$50,000. Find the amount paid by each carrier. Assume the coinsurance requirement is met.Select one:a. A pays: \$127,600B pays: \$127,600C pays: \$63,800b. A pays: \$319,000B pays: \$0C pays: \$0c. A pays: \$159,500B pays: \$106,333C pays: \$53,167d. A pays: \$159,500B pays: \$127,600C pays: \$31,900

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PS3 Part 1For your problem number draw a Venn diagram and then answer the three questions.1.In a survey of 18 college students, it was found that 11 were taking an English class, 6 were taking a mathclass, and 4 were taking both English and math.How many students were taking a math class only?Howmany students were taking an English class only?How many students were taking neitherPS3 Part 21)Use inductive reasoning to conjecture the rule that relates the number you selected to the final answer.Try to prove your conjecture using deductive reasoning.Select a number:Multiply by 7:Subtract 56 from the answer:Divide by 7:Subtract the original number:

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Your own ship vector is 070° with 8 kts. You tracked a radar contact for the last 6 min, first showing at a relative bearing of 300° at 8 nm, then 301° at 7.2 nm.What will be the expected closest point of approach (CPA) to the contact (answer only numerical in the format: X.X)? nmWhat will be the expected time until the closest point of approach (TCPA) (answer only numerical in the format: X)? minWhat is the contact’s course (answer only numerical in the format: XXX)?: °What is the contact’s speed (answer only numerical in the format: X)? ktsIf trying to maintain a CPA of at least 2 nm,What new reduced speed is required right now (at the time of the second contact plot) if the current own course is maintained (answer only numerical in the format: X): ktsWhat new course is required right now (at the time of the second contact) if the current speed is maintained and a right (starboard) turn is initiated (answer only numerical in the format: XXX)?

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function LAB05ex1m = 1;                                   % mass [kg]k = 9;                                   % spring constant [N/m]omega0=sqrt(k/m);y0=0.4; v0=0;                            % initial conditions[t,Y]=ode45(@f,[0,10],[y0,v0],[],omega0);  % solve for 0

Unit 2: Equations, Inequalities, and Problem Solving Unit Project

Unit 2: Equations, Inequalities, and Problem Solving Unit ProjectSolve each equation below and justify your steps using a proof table. Show your work.1. 12x – 4(2x – 10) = 6 ­ – (x + 3)2. 3(x – 2) + 7 = -4 + 2(x + 1)3. Why is the same as  4x + 21=18? What property was used to rewrite x4. Fishing Adventures rents small fishing boats to tourists for day­long fishing trips. Each boat can only carry 1500 pounds of people and gear for safety reasons. Assume the average weight of a person is 150 pounds. Each group will require 200 lbs of gear for the boat plus 10 lbs of gear for each person.a. Create an inequality describing the restrictions on the number of people possible in a rented boat. Solve the inequality, write your answer in interval notation, and graph the solution set.b. Several groups of people wish to rent a boat. Group 1 has 4 people. Group 2 has 5 people. Group 3 has 8 people. Which of the groups, if any, can safely rent a boat? What is the maximum number of people that may rent a boat?5. The table below gives recommended weight ranges for the balls from five different sports. (Hint: Find the average of each weight.)SportWeight range of ball usedVolleyball260-280 gramsBasketball600-650 gramsWater Polo400-450 gramsLacrosse142-149 gramsFootball14-15 ouncesa. Write an absolute value inequality for the weight range of each ball.b. For each ball, write an absolute value inequality describing the weights of balls that are outside the recommended range.STATEMENTS REASONS 4(x+1) – 2x = -6(x-1) + 14 Given 4x + 4  2x = -6x + 6 + 14 Distributive property 2x + 4 = -6x + 20 Combining like terms 8x + 4 = 20 Addition property of equality 8x = 16 Subtraction property of equality x = 2 Division property of equalityQuestion 1 Uses two­ column proof format 1 point Shows 6 correct statements including given 5 points Shows 6 correct reasons including given 5 points Total 11 points Question 2 Uses two­ column proof format 1 point Shows 5 correct statements including given 4 points Shows 5 correct reasons including given 4 points Total 9 points Question 3 Explains why equations are equal 1 point Identifies correct property of equality 1 point Total 2 points Question 4 Writes inequality for the problem 1 point Correct solution to inequality 1 point Inequality written in interval notation 1 point Correct graph of inequality 1 point Correct groups identified in part b 1 point Correct maximum number of people 1 point Total 6 points Question 5 Absolute value inequality written for each ball range 5 points Absolute value inequality written for excluded values for each ball 5 points Total 10 points