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Course: M 152, Fall 2009
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1 QUIZ Name 1. Is it true that 21 -75 = ? Why? -65 18 2. Calculate 3 7 -11 21 + -3 7 -11 21 3. Solve 8 -3 x &gt; for x. Show your 7 work. 5 4. Is the set of irrational numbers closed under addition? Multiplication? 5. Determine which is larger 5 2 13 5 7 or 7 ?

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1 QUIZ Name 1. Is it true that 21 -75 = ? Why? -65 18 2. Calculate 3 7 -11 21 + -3 7 -11 21 3. Solve 8 -3 x > for x. Show your 7 work. 5 4. Is the set of irrational numbers closed under addition? Multiplicati...

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