Explain the main differences among integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and irrational numbers. Integers are the natural numbers of (0, 1,2,3,4….)and the negative non zero numbers of (-1,-2,-3,-4….)and so forth. Integers are numbers without a fractional or decimal component. Example: 23, 5, and -567 are integers, 8.45, 5½, and √2 are not integers. Integers are any number that can be expressed as the ratio of two integers. All integers are rational because integers can be expressed as a ratio of itself (9= 9/1) Rational numbers (fractional numbers) are regarded as divisions of integers. All numbers that are written as non-repeating, non-terminating decimals are “irrational” Example: Sqrt(2) or PI “3.14159…” the rational and irrationals are two different number types. Real numbers include whole numbers, rational numbers, and irrational numbers. A real number can be positive or negative or zero.

How are these numbers used in everyday life?
Real numbers, integers and rational/irrational numbers are used frequently in everyday life. Stock Market, buying gas, doing inventory, tipping your waiter at a restaurant, baking, school grades, tuning to a radio station and the list goes on and on.

How would you explain the use of each to someone who did not know about the differences? Real life examples are important in teaching someone who didn’t know anything about these numbers. Visuals, so the person can see how many numbers they use in their everyday life will really help them understand.

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PHI208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning
Peter Singer – “Famine, Affluence, and Morality”
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In reading the Peter Singer – “Famine, Affluence, and Morality” article I believe his argument is to help those in need. He has a lot of good points and I think he does a good job in arguing and defending from different perspectives. And in doing this makes it easier for the reader to see both sides. Singer’s argument to help others with...

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Famine, Affluence, and Morality
PHI 208 Ethics and Moral Reasoning
Famine, Affluence, and Morality
In Peter Singer’s 1972 post titled “Famine, Affluence and Morality”, he conveys that wealthy nations, for example the United States, has an ethical duty to contribute much a lot more than we do with regards to worldwide assistance for famine relief and/or other disasters or calamities which may happen. In this document, I will...

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"Public Human Resource Management" Please respond to the following:
* Analyze the topics discussed in Chapter 1, with the exception of the laws. Select two topics and discuss two positive effects and two challenges the topic poses for human resource departments in the public sector.
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...Module 2: The Scientific Method and Matter
The Scientific Method
Step 1: Performing Experiments
Step 2: Making Observations
Step 3: Proposing a Hypothesis
Step 4: Confirming the Hypothesis
Step 5: Proposing a Scientific Law
Scientific Notation
It is a mathematical expression in which a number is expressed as N x 10^n where N contains only one nonzero digit to the left of the decimal and n is an integer.
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...How often do you find yourself on the edge of compassion fatigue (with your family, your friends, your coworkers, your patients, your clients)? Do you think they can read it in your face? What can you do to be sure you have the emotional reserves to do what you need to do?
Helping others puts you in direct contact with other people’s lives. As you probably have experienced, your compassion for those you help has both positive and negative aspects. Compassion fatigue can strike the most...

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1.Explain the parts of a decision tree.
There are three parts of a decision tree. They are decision nodes (squares), probability nodes (circles), and decision alternatives (branches).
2.What are some benefits of using decision trees?
Decisions trees force you to consider as many possible outcomes of a decision. They can provide the framework to consider the probability and payoffs of...

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MAT 540 Week2 Quiz
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If variable costs increase, but price and fixed costs are held constant, the break even point will decrease.
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Parameters are known, constant values that are usually coefficients of variables in equations.
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Probabilistic techniques assume that no uncertainty exists in model parameters.
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In general, an increase in price increases the break even point if all costs...

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Living things require nutrients such as an energy source, minerals, and/or vitamins. Pick one of the following and discuss where it obtains its required nutrients: plant, animal, fungus, or bacteria.
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