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The ritz carlton hotel used a customer opinion questionare to obtain performing data about its dining and entertainment services. Customers were asked to rate six factors: Welcome, Service, food, menu, appeal, atmosphere and overall experience. Data were recorded for each factor 1 for fair 2 for average and 3 for good and 4 for excellent a) The customers response provided data for six variables. Are the variables quantative or qualitative? b) What measurement of scale if used?

Friday, October 1st, 2010


  1. A quantitative variable is a phenomenon measured in amounts, that is, numerical units. For example, a numerical score is a quantitative variable.
  2. The measurement is based on a scale of 1 to 4.

2x-5y=9 and 3x+4y=25. Solve by the method of elimination.

Saturday, July 24th, 2010


1.    3x + 4y=25
2.    2x – 5y=9

We could rewrite these as follows by multiplying the first equation by 5 and the second by 4:

1.    15x + 20y = 125
2.    8x  – 20y = 36

If we add the above two equations, we can eliminate y:

23x = 161

So x =3D 7, and plugging this into the first equation we can figure out
y:  21 + 4y =3D 25,

so y = 1

Factor the following expression: x^2-9

Monday, July 19th, 2010


First recognize that this is in the form of (x2-a2), which can always be factored as (x+a)(x-a). If you multiply these two terms, you get x2-ax+ax-a2, which is equal to x2-a2.

So in this case, we can see that a=3,

so  x2-9

=  x2-32

= (x+3)(x-3)

Simplify : 12 – ( x + 3 ) +10

Monday, July 19th, 2010


You can simply 12 – ( x + 3 ) +10 by rearranging the terms:

  1. 12 –x -3 +10
  2. 19-x

Cara made some cookies for her math club bake sale. She sold 3/5 of them in the morning and 1/4 of the remaining cookies in the afternoon. If she sold 200 more cookies in the morning than in the afternoon, how many cookies did she make?

Saturday, July 17th, 2010


1. Let’s call the number of cookies Cara made “x”
2. First she sold three fifths of x(.6x)
3. The remaining amount is two fifths of x(.4x)
4. Then she one fourth of x;two fifths of “x” (.25*.4x = .1x)
5. .6x=.1x+200
6. .5x=200
7. x= 400

If 2(x-5)=-11, then x=?

Saturday, July 17th, 2010


  • 2(x – 5) = -11
  • 2x – 10 = -11
  • 2x = -1
  • x = -0.5