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# Category: Mathematics

## Directions Using the Project One Template located in the What to Submit section,

Directions

Using the Project One Template located in the What to Submit section, generate a report including your tables and graphs to determine if the square footage of a house is a good indicator for what the listing price should be. Reference the National Statistics and Graphs document for national comparisons and the Real Estate Data spreadsheet (both found in the Supporting Materials section) for your statistical analysis.

Note: Present your data in a clearly labeled table and using clearly labeled graphs.

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Section 2.2 Infinite Limits & Limits at Infinity & Section 2.5 Basic Differentiation Properties

## Module Six Discussion Question: Solve the problems below. Copy the description o

Module Six Discussion Question: Solve the problems below. Copy the description of your Ferris wheel in the text box and include that as part of your initial Discussion post in Brightspace. Using “copy” from here in Mobius and “paste” into Brightspace should work. Hint: This is similar to Question 48 in Section 8.1 of our textbook. We covered this section in “5-1 Reading and Participation Activities: Graphs of the Sine and Cosine Functions” in Module Five. You can check your answers to part a and c to make sure that you are on the right track. A Ferris wheel is 21 meters in diameter and completes 1 full revolution in 8 minutes. A round Ferris wheel A Ferris wheel is 21 meters in diameter and boarded from a platform that is 1 meter above the ground. The six o’clock position on the Ferris wheel is level with the loading platform. The wheel completes 1 full revolution in 8 minutes. The function h(t) gives a person’s height in meters above the ground t minutes after the wheel begins to turn. a. Find the amplitude, midline, and period of h(t). Enter the exact answers. Amplitude: A= meters Midline: h= meters Period: P= minutes b. Assume that a person has just boarded the Ferris wheel from the platform and that the Ferris wheel starts spinning at time t=0. Find a formula for the height function h(t). Hints: What is the value of h(0)? Is this the maximum value of h(t), the minimum value of h(t), or a value between the two? The function sin(t) has a value between its maximum and minimum at t=0 , so can h(t) be a straight sine function? The function cos(t) has its maximum at t=0, so can h(t) be a straight cosine function? c. If the Ferris wheel continues to turn, how high off the ground is a person after 26 minutes?

## I have a few assignments I would like some help with. Once I figure out these, I

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## Please use the Excel Solver to solve all exercise question(s)

Please use the Excel Solver to solve all exercise question(s) and upload all Excel files for each question.

The Excel file must be attached.

1) Jim and Shirley Irvin, a newly married couple, will be filing a joint tax return for the first year. Because both work as independent contractors (both are soccer coaches), their income is subject to some variability. However, because their earnings are not taxed at the source, they know that they must pay estimated income taxes on a quarterly basis, based on their estimated taxable income for the year. To help calculate this tax, the Irvins would like to set up a spreadsheet-based decision model. Assume that they have the following information available:

Their only source of income is from their jobs as soccer coaches. The would like to put away 3% of their total income in a retirement account, up to a maximum of $4,000. Any amount the put in that account can be deducted from their total income for tax purposes. They are entitled to a personal exemption of $3,300 each. There is a standard deduction for married couples of $11,500, meaning this amount is free from any taxes and can be deducted from total joint income. Jim makes an estimated $41,000 and Shirley makes an estimated $36,000. The tax brackets are 9% for up to $17,000, 14% for $17,001 to $70,000, and 21% for $70,001 to $140,000. What are the estimated taxes per quarter that Jim and Shirley must pay?

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2) A company manufactures four products A, B, C, and D that must go through assembly, polishing, and packing before being shipped to a wholesaler. For each product, the time required for these operations is shown below (in minutes) as is the profit per unit sold.

Product Assembly Polish Pack Profit ($)

A 2 3 2 1.50

B 4 2 3 2.50

C 3 3 2 3.00

D 7 4 5 4.50

The company estimates that each year they have 1667 hours of assembly time, 833 hours of polishing time and 1000 hours of packing time available. How many of each product should the company make per year to maximize its yearly profit?

Please use the Excel Solver to solve the above exercise question(s) and upload your Spreadsheet Answer into the folder section.

3) A company wants to determine how to allocate its $200,000 advertising budget to market a new cereal. The company is considering newspaper ads, television ads, and radio ads. The following table illustrates the cost of advertising in these different media and the exposure to new customers reached by increasing the number of ads in each medium.

Media and Number of Ads No. of New Customers reached Cost per ad

Newspaper: 1-5 700 $500

Newspaper: 6-10 500 $400

Television: 1-10 9000 $5000

Television: 11-20 7500 $4000

Radio: 1-10 4000 $2000

Radio: 11-20 300 $1500

Use Excel to formulate and solve this problem to maximize audience exposure.

Please use the Excel Solver to solve the above exercise question(s) and upload your Spreadsheet Answer into the folder section.

4). A company can ship its product from any of its three factories, F1, F2, and F3, to any of its retail outlets, R1, R2, and R3. The capacity, demand, and shipping cost information is provided as follows:

Demand (units) Capacity (units)

R1: 300 F1: 250

R2: 500 F2: 350

R3: 200 F3: 400

Shipping Cost/unit ($)

R1 R2 R3

F1 1 3 2

F2 3 4 2

F3 2 2 3

The company wants to come up with an optimal shipping strategy that will allow it to minimize its total shipping cost.

Please use the Excel Solver to solve the above exercise question(s) and upload your Spreadsheet Answer into the folder section.

5). Bob Jenkins needs to drive from City 1 to City 7 and would like to find the shortest route between the two. The road system with the distance in miles between cities is shown in the network below. What cities should he travel through to minimize his distance?

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6) A company is considering producing 8 different products for the upcoming holiday season. The profit contribution per product is illustrated below:

Product Profit ($)

1 10

2 12

3 7

4 15

5 8

6 9

7 13

8 11

The marketing manager has imposed the following restrictions on the production mix:

• Since products 1, 2, and 3 are electronic gadgets, at least two of these products must be in the production mix.

• Since products 4 and 5 are kids-oriented, the production mix must include no more than one of these products.

• If product 7 is included in the mix, then product 8 must be included, and vice versa.

Which products should be included in the mix to maximize profit?

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9) Cars arrive at Sparkling Clean automatic car wash at the rate of 15 per hour and follow the Poisson distribution. It takes exactly 3 minutes for each car to go through the automated process of wetting, soaping, scrubbing, and drying.

a. What is the average time that each car spends in the queue?

b. What is the average time that each car spends in the queue and gets washed?

c. What is the probability that the next car that arrives will not have to wait?

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## 1. Calculate the expected return, variance, and standard deviation for the follo

1. Calculate the expected return, variance, and standard deviation for the following stock:

Economic

Conditions Prob. Return

Strong 25% 32.0%

Normal 35% 10.0%

Weak 40% -16.0%

2. Expected return on two stocks for two particular market returns:

Market Return Aggressive Stock Defensive Stock

4% -5% 6%

20% 30% 10%

a. What are the betas of the two stocks?

b. What is the expected rate of return on each stock if the market return is 40% likely to be 4% and 60% likely to be 20%?

c. If the T-bill rate is 5% and the market return is 40% likely to be 4% and 60% likely to be 20%, draw the SML for this economy.

d. Between aggressive and defensive stocks, which one is undervalued, which is overvalued, and why?

## Here are some tips and details for what your final project paper should include.

Here are some tips and details for what your final project paper should include. Also, remember that it needs to be in the form of a pdf or word doc.

1. Depth and breadth: make sure to discuss the topic in a detailed manner, as well as explaining the overall concepts

2. 5+ pages of text: the means your paper will be more than 5 pages with diagrams and works cited included

3. Diagrams/Graphs: include multiple images, with any diagrams clearly labeled and described well within the text

4. Include mainly original diagrams/graphs: you can have some found online, but they should mostly be your originals

5. Organize the paper like an essay, with introduction, body, conclusion

## Please read instructions carefully. This is a 2-part assignment but really simpl

Please read instructions carefully. This is a 2-part assignment but really simple and easy. First page is the application and should be no more than 1/2 pages. The second part is the PowerPoint no more than 3 pages. Please see sample template to use for both parts.