Question

Find an abelian group (G,+) and its three subgroups,
G_{1}, G_{2},G_{3} such as Gi ∩ Gj = {0},
for i, j, and G = G1 + G2 + G3 is NOT the direct product
of

G_{1}, G2,
G_{3}. Also consider whether the Z_{30} is the
direct product of of the subgroups <6¯>, <10¯>,
<15¯>.

Answer #1

Consider the three groups G1 = Z12,
G2 = Z6 x Z2, and G3 =
Z4 x Z3. (The operation is addition in all
cases)
(a) Find an isomorphism between two of them
(b) explain why the third group is different

13. Consider
f(x)=sqrt x-2
a) Using any of the three limit formulas to find f ′ ( a
), what is the slope of the tangent line to f ( x )at x = 18? (6
points execution, 2 points notation)
b) Find the equation of the tangent line at x =
18
14. State the derivative.
a) d/ d x [ x ^n ]
b) d /d x [ cos x ]
c) d /d x [ csc...

Applications I
Consider the following data representing the total time (in hours)
a student spent on reviewing for the Stat final exam and the actual
score on the final. The sample of 10 students was taken from a
class and the following answers were reported.
time score
0 23
4 30
5 32
7 50
8 45
10 55
12 60
15 70
18 80
20 100
Part 1: Use the formulas provided on the 3rd formula sheet to
compute...

Statistical Analysis for Business Applications I
Consider the following data representing the total time (in hours)
a student spent on reviewing for the Stat final exam and the actual
score on the final. The sample of 10 students was taken from a
class and the following answers were reported.
time score
0 23
4 30
5 32
7 50
8 45
10 55
12 60
15 70
18 80
20 100
Part 1: Use the formulas provided on the 3rd...

PROBLEM THREE
Wilson
Beverages bottles two soft drinks under license to Cadbury
Schweppes at its Manchester plant. All inventory is in direct
materials and finished goods at the end of each working day. There
is no work-in-process inventory.
The two soft drinks bottled by
Wilson Beverages are lemonade and diet lemonade. The syrup for both
soft drinks is purchased from Cadbury Schweppes.
Wilson Beverages uses a lot
size of 1,000 cases as the unit of analysis in its budgeting. (Each...

Need answer to three parts tonight. So that I can check my work
before submitting. I submitted this request before. Please send to
my email:
For this activity, you have been hired as a team of consultants
on a multi-year basis for a global washer and dryer manufacturer.
They currently offer two core washer and dryer sets: a high-end
model and an economic model. You are tasked to complete several
calculations and present your findings to the company stakeholders.
You...

1. Find the area under the standard normal curve (round to four
decimal places)
a. To the left of z=1.65
b. To the right of z = 0.54
c. Between z = -2.05 and z = 1.05
2. Find the z-score that has an area of 0.23 to its right.
3. The average height of a certain group of children is 49
inches with a standard deviation of 3 inches. If the heights are
normally distributed, find the probability that a...

Question:
Current situation
Patterson has remained profitable, but its return on investment has
been declining. The number of new products introduced has fallen as
has the number of improvements to existing products. Whereas the
firm once manufactured over two hundred products classified into
six product categories, the firm now manufactures less than one
hundred products in four categories. Only twelve of the products
have current annual sales volumes exceeding $1 million. Further,
many of the firm's once unique products now...

AGENDA: PROFIT PLANNING (BUDGETING)
Building a master budget.
1. Sales budget
2. Production budget
3. Direct materials budget
4. Direct labor budget
5. Manufacturing overhead budget
6. Ending finished goods inventory budget
7. Selling and administrative expenses budget
8. Cash budget
9. Budgeted income statement
10. Budgeted balance sheet
OVERVIEW OF BUDGETING
A budget is a detailed plan for acquiring and using financial
and other
resources over a specified period. Budgeting involves two
stages:
• Planning: Developing objectives and preparing...

Do the following problems. 1. Each of three barrels from a
manufacturing line are classified as either above (a) or below (b)
the target weight. Provide the ordered sample space. 2. The heat on
each of two soldered parts is measured and labeled as either low
(l), medium (m), or high (h). State the number of elements in the
ordered sample space. 3. Consider the set of Beatles songs with a
primary writer as either Paul McCartney (P) or John...

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