Some college algebra :D

- jennyrlz

Some college algebra :D

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- jennyrlz

Identify the correct statements about "2n ≥ 100."
This is a proposition.
This is not a proposition.
Its truth value depends on the value of n.
Its truth value depends on the value of 2n.

- jennyrlz

i thnk its a c and d

- jennyrlz

it is a roposition... i think...

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- jennyrlz

#amistre64

- jennyrlz

@amistre64

- jennyrlz

hey :)

- zepdrix

eyy c:

- jennyrlz

:D

- jennyrlz

what do you think of this question?

- jennyrlz

im having some trouble the concept of what is a propisition

- jennyrlz

atleast when it comes to an actual equation hahaha

- jennyrlz

some trouble grasping*

- jennyrlz

if you can explain with other examples it would help a lot :D

- jennyrlz

as i have 80 more questions to go ^.^

- zepdrix

An `Axiom` is something that we take for granted.
We just assume that it is true.
It's like one of our basic building blocks that we use to do other things.
Like ummm.. maybe an example of an axiom:
`Through any two points, there is exactly one line`.
That is simply how we define a line.
A `proposition` on the other hand,
is something that we `propose`.
It may or may not be true.

- jennyrlz

ok.... im on the same page for now c:

- zepdrix

An example of a proposition:
\(\large\rm 5x\ge10\)
This proposition is true for only certain values of x.
Namely, \(\large\rm x\ge2\).

- jennyrlz

so then 2n>/_100 is a proposition that may not be true correct...

- zepdrix

Mmm ok good :d
it's a proposition.
It will only be true for certain values of n.

- zepdrix

Hmm those last two options have me confused :d thinking

- jennyrlz

take your time xD

- jennyrlz

what has me confused is the first two options :/

- jennyrlz

because both n and 2n are importand factors that affect the "truth"

- jennyrlz

i think....

- zepdrix

The first two?
Oh, well remember our definition for proposition,
it can be true or false.
So whether or not the `proposition` is true or false,
it's still a proposition, ya? :)
It's either a true proposistion,
or a false proposition,
depending on what m is.

- jennyrlz

ok :D

- jennyrlz

but the last two options are two sides of the same coin

- anonymous

Well if you know the value of n, you know the value of 2n so it is a bit redundant...

- jennyrlz

as they both affect the outcome

- jennyrlz

we dont know the value of n... xD

- anonymous

Well yeah.. I said 'if"

- zepdrix

I would lean towards the last option,
The entire quantity `2n` is what determines the truth of the inequality.
But ya, it's worded a little strangely >.<

- jennyrlz

but cant it be both?

- zepdrix

Oh :) hmm

- jennyrlz

its not a one choice answer

- jennyrlz

it is a "which apply" type of question

- anonymous

If the 2 was taken away it would be a completely different inequality so the last one makes more sense.

- zepdrix

It's certainly
A, D
But you're saying maybe
A, C, D.
I dunno :) sorry. This one has me a little confused lol

- zepdrix

I think it's just A and D,
But you might be right :O

- jennyrlz

ill go with you... as i am lost for now xD

- jennyrlz

it was just d, but thanks for the help :D

- jennyrlz

ill ask for more help :P

- zepdrix

It was just D?
Not A? 0_o

- triciaal

my choice would be C
need to know n to determine 2n before true or false

- jennyrlz

it was just d xD, i dont understand it either...

- jennyrlz

like it has to be one or the other it is and is not a proposition...?

- zepdrix

lol weird :)

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