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Hi, I've loved Mathematics and critical thinking for as long as I can remember. I started tutoring my fellow students in grade 6. I've studied Maths in the Faculty of Science. I started tutoring online 10 years ago. I've taken a lot of courses to help me teach the STEM curriculum better ever since. Regards Rania
During a fishing trip Alex notices that the height h of the tide (in metres) is given by h=1−(1/2)*cos(πt/6) where t is measued in hours from the start of the trip. (a) Enter the exact value of h at the start of the trip in the box below.
There were no defectives in a sample of 1 light bulb does this sample provide sufficient evidence that in the warehouse with millions of light bulbs fewer than 10% are defective?
A construction company is working on two projects: house construction and building construction. Each house requires 4 weeks of work and produces a profit of $50,000. Each building requires 8 weeks of work and produces a profit of $100,000. The company has a total of 24 work weeks available. Furthermore, it is known that at least 2 houses and at least 1 building must be built to meet the demand. The company wants to maximize its profits and needs to determine how many houses and buildings it should build to meet demand and maximize profits, given time and demand constraints.
A company is wondering whether to invest £18,000 in a project which would make extra profits of £10,009 in the first year, £8,000 in the second year and £6,000 in the third year. It’s cost of capital is 10% (in other words, it would require a return of at least 10% on its investment). You are required to evaluate the project.