# MAT 1175 â€“ Fundamentals of Mathematics

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Topics include linear and quadratic functions, intermediate algebra, plane geometry and trigonometry of the right triangle.

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Group 10 PowerPoint Reflection (Jonathan Ramroop)

a1) How to calculate the speed at which the ball would fall from the bridge to the water. a2) […] See MoreGroup 10 PowerPoint Reflection (Jonathan Ramroop)

Field Trip Response by Chyna Haywood

The trip to the Brooklyn Bridge the beginning of the year was a great experience to start off my […] See MoreField Trip Response by Chyna Haywood

Profesor halleck this is aubrina, did you put progress report grades up yet, or you have to put in […] See More

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[...] “online notes” page for each lecture of our introductory algebra class […] See More

professor Reitz these notes are very helpful with the homework in terms of the properties. See More

I like all the problems because they just foil. See More

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Group 1 project Power Point file and reflection

Jonathan Ramroop Section 5148 Extra Credit Part II 1) Group 1 learned how engineers build stable structures such as bridges. 2) Hand on- if there was one thing I think that this group could improve on is they should take more pictures so […] See MoreGroup 1 project Power Point file and reflection

QUESTIONS ABOUT REVIEW SHEET FOR FINAL

Hi Kiana, I'll give you some tips to get started. In equations with radicals (like these), you should: First, get the radical by itself on one side of the equation (for example, in 11a you will need to add 2 to both sides). Second, […] See MoreQUESTIONS ABOUT REVIEW SHEET FOR FINAL

Group 4 project Power Point file and reflection

Nahim Mishi Prof. Reitz Group # 4 In our project â€śBridging the Gapâ€ť, one question that I was later thinking about is what if we were to not only paint the planks but also the rest of the bridge pink how much paint would be needed to pai […] See MoreGroup 4 project Power Point file and reflection

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