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The student conducted a survey asking 10 people how many hours of sleep they get each night. The responses were categorized as 7 hours or less, 3 hours or less, and 9 hours or more. A tally showed 5 people slept 3 hours or less, 3 people slept 9 hours or more, and 2 slept 7 hours or less. Graphs were created to display the results, which found the average hours of sleep among the 10 people was 3.3 hours.

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Credit Card Calculations

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MF10 5 6-Properties Linear Relations

MF10 5 6-Properties Linear Relations

MWA10 2.4 Deductions

MWA10 2.4 Deductions

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Credit Card Calculations

1) Credit cards charge interest on unpaid balances at annual percentage rates. Interest is calculated daily and added to the balance.
2) An example calculates the interest on an unpaid balance of $1724.29 at 19.5% for 17 days as $15.66 using the formula I=Prt.
3) Arnold used his credit card for various purchases totaling $1379.05 in November. With an 18.5% APR, the minimum payment of 5% or $10 (greater) is $68.95. If he only pays the minimum, his balance will be $1330.68 on the December statement.

MF10 5 6-Properties Linear Relations

This document discusses properties of linear relations. It defines a linear relation as one where the graph is a straight line and the dependent and independent variables change by a constant amount. Several examples are provided of equations and data tables to illustrate linear and non-linear relations. Key aspects include: identifying dependent and independent variables; determining if changes are constant, as required for linearity; and calculating the rate of change as the change in the dependent variable over the change in the independent variable. Rate of change is shown to represent the slope of the linear relationship.

MWA10 2.4 Deductions

This document discusses payroll deductions and how to calculate net pay. It defines net pay as the money paid to an employee after deductions have been made. It then lists common deductions like income tax, CPP, EI, union dues, and benefits. The document provides examples to demonstrate how to calculate deductions for CPP, EI, income tax, and net pay using an employee's gross pay, deduction amounts, and tax tables.

MWA10 7.2 Sine Ratio

1) The document introduces the Sine Ratio and how it can be used to find the measure of a side or angle in a right triangle when the lengths of other sides and/or measures of other angles are known.
2) Examples are provided to demonstrate how to set up and solve problems using the Sine Ratio, labeling triangles and identifying the relevant trigonometric ratio formula.
3) New terms for angle of elevation and angle of depression are defined and an example problem involving finding the height of a kite is shown.

MWA10 6.2 Similar Polygons

The document discusses determining if two polygons are similar. It provides two criteria for similarity: (1) corresponding angles must be congruent, and (2) the ratios of corresponding sides must be equal. Examples are then given to demonstrate applying these criteria to determine if polygons and scaled figures are similar or not similar.

MWA10 5.3 NonParallel Lines

The document defines and provides examples of different types of angles formed by intersecting non-parallel lines and a transversal line, including corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, same-side interior angles, alternate exterior angles, and same-side exterior angles. Examples are given to identify specific angles that fit several of these categories using labeled diagram representations.

MWA10 3.4 Volume Imperial Measurement

The document discusses converting between US imperial and metric units of volume. It provides examples of converting liters of gas to gallons, converting square meters of area to yards cubed of topsoil needed, and converting milliliters of ingredients to cups and teaspoons for a baking recipe. The examples show setting up proportions to perform unit conversions between the different systems of measurement.

MWA 10 7.5 Solving Triangles

The document provides instructions on using trigonometric functions to find missing angles or sides of right triangles. It begins with reminders of trigonometric definitions and ratios. Examples are then given to demonstrate finding a missing side using the Pythagorean theorem or a trigonometric ratio, and finding a missing angle using an inverse trigonometric function. Tips are provided on determining which method to use based on the information given in a problem.

MWA 10 7.1 Pythagorean

The document explains the Pythagorean theorem and provides examples of its use. It defines key terms like right triangle, hypotenuse, and how angles and sides are labeled. The theorem states that for a right triangle with sides a, b, c, where c is the hypotenuse, a^2 + b^2 = c^2. Examples show setting up and solving equations using the theorem to find missing side lengths of right triangles. The final example calculates the length of cloth needed to make a tent with a 4m high, 3m wide opening.

MWA 10 6.4 Similar Triangles

- The document discusses similar triangles and provides examples of finding missing side lengths and angles of similar triangles using proportional reasoning.
- Similar triangles are defined as triangles where corresponding angles are congruent or corresponding sides are proportional.
- Examples show setting up proportions between corresponding sides or angles of similar triangles to calculate missing values. One example finds the height of a tree using similar right triangles formed by a person's view in a mirror.

MWA 10 5.1 Angles

- Angles can be measured using a protractor and estimated using common referent angles like 45, 90, and 180 degrees.
- True bearing is the angle measured clockwise from true north to a destination, with north defined as 0 degrees.
- Examples show how to determine true bearing by drawing a line north from the starting point and measuring the clockwise angle to the destination using a protractor.

MWA 10 4.4 Conversions

This document provides examples of converting between units of volume and weight. It shows how to calculate the number of bushels of flax seed in 2.4 tonnes using a given conversion factor. It also shows how to calculate the amount of chicken, in kilograms, needed to make kebabs for 14 people using a per person ounce amount. The key is using appropriate conversion factors to change between units like bushels to tonnes, ounces to grams, and grams to kilograms.

MWA 10: 1.2 Unit Price

The document discusses how to calculate unit price in order to compare deals when items are packaged in different quantities. It provides two examples, showing that 12 cans of pop for $5.45 and 10 pencils for $2.64 are better deals than their alternatives, since they have lower per unit prices. Calculating unit price allows consumers to determine which bulk purchase provides better value for the money.

MWA 10: 1.3 Setting Price

The document discusses how to calculate pricing that includes markups and taxes. It defines markup as the difference between the purchase and sale prices of a product. It provides examples of calculating prices using markups in percentages and as decimals. The examples demonstrate calculating the original price with markup, then applying taxes as percentages to the total to determine the final sale price. Key factors that affect pricing are identified as costs, demand, availability, desired profit from markup, and applicable taxes.

MWA 10: 1.4 On Sale

The document discusses sales promotions and discounts. It defines a promotion as an activity that increases awareness or attracts customers. A discount lowers the original price by a percentage, while a markup raises the original price. The document provides examples of calculating discounted prices and sale prices with taxes. It shows how to calculate the discounted price of a $189.95 jacket discounted 25% ($142.46) and the sale price of a $115.58 stereo discounted 15% including taxes ($108.06).

MWA30 Chapter 2

This document discusses tolerances in carpentry and provides examples of calculating tolerances for dimensions of a wooden stool. It defines tolerance as the acceptable variation in a measurement. For the stool project, the tolerance is 1/16" for all dimensions. Tables show the maximum, minimum, and nominal values expressed with tolerance for the seat diameter, seat thickness, leg length, leg width, and lengths and diameter of the crosspieces. All dimensions that need to fit together are expressed as the maximum value minus the tolerance plus zero to indicate they should be made slightly larger then sanded down if too big.

Howdocompanysusesystemsofequations

The document discusses how companies use systems of equations to maximize profits. It explains that profits are maximized when marginal revenue equals marginal cost, identifying the quantity and price at this point. The document also notes that average total cost is minimized when it equals marginal cost, and discusses how a vertical line representing optimal production quantity intersects the demand curve.

Acct20-Chapter17

This document provides information about adjusting and closing entries for a partnership. It includes examples of adjusting entries for prepaid insurance, supplies inventory, and other expense accounts. It also discusses the income summary account and how it is closed out through a closing entry that credits revenue and debits expenses. Finally, it shows how closing entries are made for partners' capital accounts to record the net income or loss for the fiscal period and to close out the income summary account.

Acct20-Chapter16

This document provides an overview of accounting concepts related to financial statements for partnerships. It discusses how to prepare income statements, distribution of net income statements, owners' equity statements, and balance sheets for partnerships. It defines key terms like cost of merchandise sold, gross profit on sales, distribution of net income statement, and owners' equity statement. It also shows how to analyze income statements and complete the various sections of financial statements for partnerships.

Acct20-Chapter15

This document provides an overview of how to prepare a work sheet for a merchandising business. It defines key terms like inventory and merchandise inventory. It demonstrates how to record a trial balance on a work sheet, plan adjustments, analyze and record different types of adjustments like merchandise inventory, supplies, and prepaid insurance. It also shows how to complete an 8-column and 10-column work sheet by transferring account balances, totaling columns, and extending net income or loss to the balance sheet.

Credit Card Calculations

Credit Card Calculations

MF10 5 6-Properties Linear Relations

MF10 5 6-Properties Linear Relations

MWA10 2.4 Deductions

MWA10 2.4 Deductions

MWA10 7.2 Sine Ratio

MWA10 7.2 Sine Ratio

MWA10 6.2 Similar Polygons

MWA10 6.2 Similar Polygons

MWA10 5.3 NonParallel Lines

MWA10 5.3 NonParallel Lines

MWA10 3.4 Volume Imperial Measurement

MWA10 3.4 Volume Imperial Measurement

MWA 10 7.5 Solving Triangles

MWA 10 7.5 Solving Triangles

MWA 10 7.1 Pythagorean

MWA 10 7.1 Pythagorean

MWA 10 6.4 Similar Triangles

MWA 10 6.4 Similar Triangles

MWA 10 5.1 Angles

MWA 10 5.1 Angles

MWA 10 4.4 Conversions

MWA 10 4.4 Conversions

MWA 10: 1.2 Unit Price

MWA 10: 1.2 Unit Price

MWA 10: 1.3 Setting Price

MWA 10: 1.3 Setting Price

MWA 10: 1.4 On Sale

MWA 10: 1.4 On Sale

MWA30 Chapter 2

MWA30 Chapter 2

Howdocompanysusesystemsofequations

Howdocompanysusesystemsofequations

Acct20-Chapter17

Acct20-Chapter17

Acct20-Chapter16

Acct20-Chapter16

Acct20-Chapter15

Acct20-Chapter15

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- 2. For my project I decided to ask people how much sleep they get every night and see the average amount of sleep people get. I went with the times of 7 hours and below and 3hours and below and then 9 hours and up. I asked 10 people and then I made a tally.
- 3. 7hours + 3hours- 9 hours+ 2 5 3
- 4. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 hours 3 hours 9+ hours Sleep Each Night Sleep Each Night
- 5. Sleep 7 hours 3 hours 9 hours
- 6. Average amount of sleep: Total number of people divided by the three different categories 10/ 3= 3.3 hours of sleep
- 7. In conclusion I did made two different graphs to display my information and what I found was that out of the ten people I asked 5 out of 10 people got 3 hours or less of sleep which is not good at all. Only 3 people got 9 hours and up of sleep and 2 got 7 hours and down of sleep. The average amount of sleep out of all the 10 people is 3.3 hours.