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Math 1 170 Practice Final Exam 3 Name Section Number 2 (1) Suppose A is a symbol which represents ten and B is a symbol which represents eleven. What is AAA base 11 expressed base 6? (2) What is 555.55 base 6 expressed base 10? (3) What is 123.123 base 5 as a fraction (base 10) in lowest terms? (4) What is [3; 5, 3, 5, 8] expressed as a fraction in lowest terms? (5) What does [3; 5, 3] equal? (6) Which of the...

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Math 1 170 Practice Final Exam 3 Name Section Number 2 (1) Suppose A is a symbol which represents ten and B is a symbol which represents eleven. What is AAA base 11 expressed base 6? (2) What is 555.55 base 6 expressed base 10? (3) What is 123.123 base 5 as a fraction (base 10) in lowest terms? (4) What is [3; 5, 3, 5, 8] expressed as a fraction in lowest terms? (5) What does [3; 5, 3] equal? (6) Which of the following are rational numbers? 24 35 116 3 (ii) 23 56 1312 6 (iii) 22 1111 1313 5 (iv) 210 55 2325 (i) 2 (7) Let Rn+1 = 2Rn 2Rn 2 be a mathematical model with R0 = 0. What is R3 ? (8) Let Rn+1 = 2(Rn )3 17Rn be a mathematical How model. many equilibrium points does Rn have and what are they? 2 (9) Consider the mathematical model Mn+1 = Mn + (2 4i) with M0 = 0. What is M3 ? (10) What are the values of x such that 2x2 5x + 2 = 0? (11) What does (1 + 2i) (12 5i) equal? What about (1 + 2i) + (12 5i)? 3 (12) What does 6+3i 5+i equal? What about (6 + 3i) (5 + i)? (13) Let Mn+1 = (Mn )2 + 5 be a mathematical mod...

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