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MTH 209 Week 5 DQs

MTH 209 Week 5 DQs
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MTH 209 Week 5 DQs

 

1. From the concepts you have learned in this course, provide a real-world application of something that you think has been the most valuable to you? Why has it been valuable? In order to get credit for this DQ, an example using algebra must be included as part of the response.

2. How do you think you will use the information you learned in this course in the future? Which concepts will be most important to you? Explain why. Which do you anticipate will be the least important? Explain why. In order to get credit for this DQ, an example using algebra must be included as part of the response.

3. Can you think of one real-world example of when the concept of functions might be useful? Do you think you will ever use functions in your life to solve problems? If yes, explain how and why; if no, explain why not. In order to get credit for this DQ, an example using algebra must be included as part of the response.

4. What one concept learned in this course was the easiest for you to grasp? Why do you think it was easy for you? Which was the hardest? What would have made that hard-to-learn concept easier to learn? In order to get credit for this DQ, an example using algebra must be included as part of the response.

5. If your neighbor asked you to explain what you learned in this course, what would you tell her? In order to get credit for this DQ, an example using algebra must be included as part of the response.
 


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Week 5 DQ 1 From the concepts you have learned in this course, provide a real-world application of something that you think has been the most valuable to you Why has it been valuable In order to get credit for this DQ, an example using algebra must be included as part of the response. There are many concepts which we use in real world applications one concept which I like and we generally use in our real life is proportion problems and variation problems. In every problem we hav

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