- Identify a problem from your own experience that can be modeled algebraically (i.e. with equation(s)). You need to include skills learned from at least two different modules
- Present the problem (in paragraph form). Describe the important features, variables and assumptions that you are making
- Create the model for solving the general problem using one or more equation(s). Use your model to solve a specific problem.
- Present the mathematical calculations that you used. Discuss your model in terms of algebra: are you using functions; is your model linear or non-linear; etc. ? Discuss why and how it all works.
- Include a graph or graphs

Subject | Mathematics |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 05/02/2014 12:00 pm |

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