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Hello. I need my algebra assessment done. The only thing you need to do is just

Hello. I need my algebra assessment done. The only thing you need to do is just answer the questions. thank you.

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As you have read this week Math Problem Solving and Application are critical ski

As you have read this week Math Problem Solving and Application are critical skills for students starting in kindergarten (ATTACHED resources). A research-based strategy for math teachers, starting as early as first grade, is to have students explain the processes they used to solve the problem and support their answer. This is called a Math Proof. It can be as simple as showing the steps on a white board and having the students conduct a Math Talk to walk through the steps of their solution, or as complicated as an actual written paragraph or short essay
Solve the following problem:
A fruit salad consists of blueberries, raspberries, grapes, and cherries. The fruit salad has a total of 280 pieces of fruit. There are twice as many raspberries as blueberries, three times as many grapes as cherries, and four times as many cherries as raspberries. How many cherries are there in the fruit salad?
Write a Math Proof explaining each of the steps you used to arrive at the solution to the problem.
****Reflect, in one to two paragraphs, on your experience writing the Math Proof answer the following questions:
-How does going through this exercise help you to teach the concept of Math Proofs better?
-What struggles did you encounter?
-How can you help your students overcome their struggles?

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As you have read this week Math Problem Solving and Application are critical ski

As you have read this week Math Problem Solving and Application are critical skills for students starting in kindergarten (ATTACHED resources). A research-based strategy for math teachers, starting as early as first grade, is to have students explain the processes they used to solve the problem and support their answer. This is called a Math Proof. It can be as simple as showing the steps on a white board and having the students conduct a Math Talk to walk through the steps of their solution, or as complicated as an actual written paragraph or short essay
Solve the following problem:
A fruit salad consists of blueberries, raspberries, grapes, and cherries. The fruit salad has a total of 280 pieces of fruit. There are twice as many raspberries as blueberries, three times as many grapes as cherries, and four times as many cherries as raspberries. How many cherries are there in the fruit salad?
Write a Math Proof explaining each of the steps you used to arrive at the solution to the problem.
****Reflect, in one to two paragraphs, on your experience writing the Math Proof answer the following questions:
-How does going through this exercise help you to teach the concept of Math Proofs better?
-What struggles did you encounter?
-How can you help your students overcome their struggles?

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Explain any background information and/or further description of loan types selected.

Overview:
In this assignment, you will compare and contrast financing options. When financing a
home, it is important to understand your options. Each option comes with pros and
cons, some of them are short-term and some of them are long-term. The purpose of this
assignment is to demonstrate your ability to understand a variety of financing options
and develop amortization schedules and then use a series of subjective and objective
criteria to analyze the short-term and long-term pros and cons to justify a decision.
Instructions:
1. Choose a piece of real estate (residential, commercial, warehouse, land) using a
resource such as realtor.com, zillow.com, etc. Provide the listing sheet or link.
2. Determine a down payment percentage. A standard down payment is 20%. You
may choose another percentage.
a. Provide a justification for the down payment percentage you choose.
3. Research two different financing options. For example, 15-year. fixed, 30-year.
Fixed, 5-1 ARM, VA loan, etc.
a. Use Excel, or another approved spreadsheet, and create a complete
amortization schedule for the life of both financing options.
4. Compare and contrast the two financing options.
a. Explain any background information and/or further description of loan
types selected.
5. Identify the financing option you would choose.
a. Provide a justification for your financing option selection.
Requirements:
• Numbers 1, 2, 4, 5 should be in a Word document. Number 3 should be an
Excel, or another approved spreadsheet.
• Professional communication is expected, which includes proper spelling and
grammar, and providing source information when using outside resources

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Explain any background information and/or further description of loan types selected.

Overview:
In this assignment, you will compare and contrast financing options. When financing a
home, it is important to understand your options. Each option comes with pros and
cons, some of them are short-term and some of them are long-term. The purpose of this
assignment is to demonstrate your ability to understand a variety of financing options
and develop amortization schedules and then use a series of subjective and objective
criteria to analyze the short-term and long-term pros and cons to justify a decision.
Instructions:
1. Choose a piece of real estate (residential, commercial, warehouse, land) using a
resource such as realtor.com, zillow.com, etc. Provide the listing sheet or link.
2. Determine a down payment percentage. A standard down payment is 20%. You
may choose another percentage.
a. Provide a justification for the down payment percentage you choose.
3. Research two different financing options. For example, 15-year. fixed, 30-year.
Fixed, 5-1 ARM, VA loan, etc.
a. Use Excel, or another approved spreadsheet, and create a complete
amortization schedule for the life of both financing options.
4. Compare and contrast the two financing options.
a. Explain any background information and/or further description of loan
types selected.
5. Identify the financing option you would choose.
a. Provide a justification for your financing option selection.
Requirements:
• Numbers 1, 2, 4, 5 should be in a Word document. Number 3 should be an
Excel, or another approved spreadsheet.
• Professional communication is expected, which includes proper spelling and
grammar, and providing source information when using outside resources

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15 problems.

See the attached document and follow the Exercises instructions. Complete 1-29 odd numbers only. 15 problems.

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Solve your assigned problem and include an explanation.

Solve your assigned problem and include an explanation.
problem is attached.
Only solve R. Find -3C

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Please solve math problems in the file and please make sure if doesnt say round

please solve math problems in the file and please make sure if doesnt say round decimal do not round it leave answer as it is .

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Answer the following questions.

Find a study of interest on the Internet, in a newspaper or magazine, or in an educational journal, Once you have found a study of interest, analyze it using the following exercises as a guide. Write a formal summary of your analysis. Answer the following questions.
ONLY PROJECT B!!

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Please solve math problems in the file and show step by step how it was solved ,

please solve math problems in the file and show step by step how it was solved , please make sure if doesnt say round decimal do not round it leave answer as it is