MAT221 Wk 2 Quiz - Grade Details All Questions Question 1 Question Student Answer The example used in the slideshow Equations of the Form ax b = cx d

MAT221 Wk 2 Quiz - Grade Details All Questions Question 1...

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Grade Details - All Questions Question 1.Question :The example used in the slideshow, Equations of the Form ax + b = cx + d,which is located in the media section of Chapter 2, does illustrate an equation in the form of ax+ b = cx + dsince Student Answer:the variable is an x.there are two terms on both sides of the equation.there is an x-term on both sides of the equation.the problem will be solved keeping the variable on the left side. Points Received: 0 of 1 Comments: Question 2.Question :In the example that is presented in the video, Example 44, Equations with Parentheses: Distribute on Both Sides, which is located in the media section of Chapter 2, the number which is distributed on the left side is a –1. Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 3.Question :In the word problem presented in the Video, Example 88 Solve the Application,which is located in the media section of Chapter 2, one of the numbers given in the problem is notused in calculation to solve the problem.
Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 4.Question :The solution to the word problem presented in the Video, Example 88 Solve the Application, which is located in the media section of Chapter 2, is expressed Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 5.Question :The presenter of Example 50, The Multiplication Property of Equality: Fractional Coefficient, which is located in the media section of Chapter 2, states that the final solution is simply t = 6/25 because: Student Answer:a positive number times a positive number equals a positive numberit is not necessary to keep a coefficient of 1we get rid of fractionsthe fraction was multiplied by its negative reciprocal Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments:

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