EXAM MATH FOR LIBERAL ARTS

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 I need help with my Math for liberal arts exam... 

 

Must be HIGHLY knowledgeable in Math for liberal arts, and must be very familiar with the topics listed below

experience with pearson MyMathLab preffered. Must have Respondus Lock down browser installed as well as up to date Adobe reader. 

Need this done asap ..There arent too many questions in this exam ,but covers the following topics:

  1. Solve problems using the organization of the four-step problem-solving method
  2. Babylonian numerals
  3. Egyptian numerals
  4. Roman numerals
  5. Traditional Chinese numerals
  6. Solve problems using linear models
  7. Solve problems by comparing linear models
  8. Solve problems using quadratic models 
  9. Predict population size using proportions
  10. Calculate future value using simple interest
  11. Calculate future value using compound interest
  12. Determine when a specific future value will be achieved using compound interest
  13. Determine the future value of an annuity
  14. Compute the monthly payment and interest costs for a mortgage
  15. Find the sum of the measures of the angles of a polygon
  16. Determine the Euler path of a traversable graph
  17. Use the plurality method to determine the winner of an election
  18. Use the plurality-with-elimination method to determine the winner of an election
  19. Use the pairwise comparison method to determine the winner of an election
  20. Use the Borda count method to determine the winner of an election
  21. Use the majority criterion to determine if a voting system is fair
  22. Use Hamilton's method to apportion representatives
  23. Use the Huntington-Hill method to apportion representatives
  24. Determine when an Alabama paradox occurs when apportioning representatives
  25. Model relationships using graphs
  26. Use the Nearest Neighbor Method to approximate a solution to a traveling salesperson problem
  27. Determine winning coalitions in a weighted voting system.
 
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