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_____________________ Student: Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
1.
Translate to an algebraic expression. The product of % and some number
The translation is . (Type the percentage as a decimal. Use
to represent some number.)
2.
Use the intercepts to graph the equation. x y
Use the graphing tool to graph the line. Use the intercepts when drawing the line. If only one intercept exists, use it and another point to draw the line.
3.
Use the distributive property to help you solve the equation. (w w )
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
4.
Graph the system of inequalities. y x
Use the graphing tool on the right to graph the system of inequalities.
5.
Find the slope and the y-intercept. f(x) x .
The slope is
The y-intercept is
6.
Determine whether ( of x y .
, ) is a solution
Is (
, ) a solution to the equation?
7.
Find the slope, if it exists, of the line containing the pair of points. ( , ) and ( , )
The slope m = . (Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction. Type N if the slope is undefined.)
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
8.
Find the domain of the function. p(x) What is the domain of p?
9.
Solve. Then graph. x
Choose the correct solution.
Choose the correct graph of the solution.
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
10.
Graph the line containing the given pair of points and find the slope. ( , ), ( , )
Use the graphing tool on the right to graph the line. Make sure to use the two given points when graphing the line.
Find the slope of the line. m= (Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction. Type N if the slope is undefined.)
11.
Collect like terms.
12.
Solve. x x
The solution is . (Simplify your answer. Type an inequality symbol; then type an integer or a decimal.)
13.
Solve. x
The solution is . (Type an integer or a fraction.)
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
14.
Graph the equation and identify the y-intercept. yx Use the graphing tool on the right to graph the equation.
The y-intercept is . (Type an ordered pair.)
15.
Solve using the multiplication principle. Don't forget to perform a check. x
The solution is
.
(Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction.)
16.
Solve using the addition and multiplication principles. x<
The solution set is { x | x }. (Type an inequality symbol, then type an integer or a fraction.)
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
17.
Determine the slope of the line shown at the right.
Find the slope of the line. m= (Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction. Type N if the slope is undefined.)
18.
Solve. > x or x
Choose the solution to the inequality.
19.
Simplify.
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
20.
Graph the inequality on a plane. x y
Use the graphing tool on the right to graph the inequality.
21.
Plot ( , ) on the coordinate axes. Use the graph on the right to plot the point ( , ).
22.
Evaluate. for and
(Simplify your answer.)
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
23.
Solve. Then graph. y >
The solution is {y | y
}.
Which of the following is the graph of the solution?
24.
Decide whether the pair of lines is parallel, perpendicular, or neither. x x y y
The lines are
25.
Solve.
The solution is x . (Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction.)
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
26.
Trains A and B are traveling in the same direction on parallel tracks. Train A is traveling at miles per hour and train B is traveling at miles per hour. Train A passes a station at If train B passes the same station at , at what time will train B catch up to train A? When will train B catch up with train A?
27.
Solve by the elimination method. r r s s
What is the solution of the system? (Type an ordered pair. Type an integer or a fraction. Type N if there is no solution. Type I if there are infinitely many solutions.)
28.
On three consecutive passes, a football team gains yards, loses yards. What number represents the total net yardage? The total net yardage is yards.
yards, and gains
29.
Find the slope, if it exists. x m (Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction. Type N if the slope is undefined.)
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Student: _____________________ _______________________ Date: Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
30.
Solve the system of equations by graphing. Then classify the system as consistent or inconsistent and as dependent or independent. x y y x
What is the solution of the system of equations?
Is the system consistent or inconsistent?
Are the equations dependent or independent?
31.
Find the indicated outputs for f(x) f( ) f( f( ) )
x.
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
32.
In , the life expectancy of males in a certain country was years. In , it was years. Let E represent the life expectancy in year t and let t represent the number of years since . The linear function E(t) that fits the data is E(t) t . (Round to the nearest tenth.) Use the function to predict the life expectancy of males in E( ) (Round to the nearest tenth.) .
33.
is % ; is % should be mixed together in order to get How many of the
. How many that is %
of each ?
should be in the mixture?
How many
of the
should be in the mixture?
34.
Find the domain of the function. g(x) Choose the correct domain below.
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
35.
The of a rectangle is fixed at greater than cm? The must be greater than cm.
cm. What
will make the perimeter
36.
Use < or > to make the statement true.
37.
Solve the following system of equations. x x y (1) y (2)
What is the solution of the system?
(Type an ordered pair. Type N if there is no solution.)
38.
Solve using the multiplication principle. Don't forget to perform a check. x
The solution is x =
.
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
39.
The equation can be used to predict the number y of gun deaths in the United States x years after 2000, that is, corresponds to 2000, corresponds to , corresponds to , and so on. Predict the number of gun and . In what year will the number of gun deaths be ? deaths in The predicted gun deaths in The predicted gun deaths in will be will be . . in the year .
The predicted number of gun deaths will be
40.
Graph the equation. y Use the graphing tool on the right to graph the equation.
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
41.
Graph on a number line, where x is a real number. <x
Choose the graph of
<x
.
42.
% of what number is The answer is .
?
43.
Multiply. (Type an integer or a simplified fraction.)
44.
Solve by the elimination method. x x y y
What is the solution of the system? (Type an ordered pair. Type an integer or a fraction. Type N if there is no solution. Type I if there are infinitely many solutions.)
45.
Solve. 8x ( x+ )= .
The solution is x =
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
46.
Find the coordinates of the point shown on the graph. What are the coordinates of the point?
(Type an ordered pair.)
47.
The function H described by can be used to predict the height, in centimeters, of a woman whose humerus (the bone from the elbow to the shoulder) is x cm long. Predict the height of a woman whose humerus is The predicted height of a woman whose humerus is cm long. cm long is cm.
48.
Solve by the substitution method. x y x
What is the solution of the system?
y
(Type an ordered pair. Type N if there is no solution.)
49.
Amy paid $ regular price?
for a pair of running shoes during a
%-off sale. What was the
The regular price was $ . (Round to the nearest cent, if necessary.)
50.
Solve. x<
The solution is {x | }. (Type an inequality.)
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
51.
Graph the equation using the slope and the y-intercept. y x
Use the graphing tool to graph the line. Use the slope and y-intercept when drawing the line.
52.
Solve using the multiplication principle. x>
The solution set is {x | x }. (Type an inequality symbol and a fraction.)
53.
Determine if the graph is a function. Is this the graph of a function?
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________
Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED
Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A
54.
Use the intercepts to graph the equation. x y
Use the graphing tool to graph the line. Use the intercepts when drawing the line. If only one intercept exists, use it and another point to draw the line.
55.
Solve for the indicated letter. , for
The solution is
.
56.
charges $ for and $ /month for . The describes the total equation cost, c, of operating a Media Services phone for t months. The total cost for $. months of service is
Choose the correct graph of the equation .
If a customer has only $ available, how many months of service can she receive?
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