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College Algebra Midterm Study Guide Sem1

# College Algebra Midterm Study Guide Sem1 - Name COLLEGE...

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Name: __________________________ COLLEGE ALGEBRA MIDTERM STUDY GUIDE QUARTER 1 / SEMESTER 1 30 Multiple Choice Questions ______________________________________________________________________________________ I. Problem Solving and Critical Thinking Estimation, graphs, and mathematical models Problem solving II. Algebraic Expressions Evaluating expressions Distributive property Combining like terms Translating from word problems to expressions III. Algebraic Linear Equations Solving one step and two-step equations including fractions Solving multi-step equations with distributive property and combining like terms Solving multi-step equations with variables on both sides of the equation Solving multi-step equations with no solutions or infinite solutions Solving literal equations Applications of linear equations IV. Functions Function notation Evaluating functions Vertical line test Function mapping Domain and range Page 1 of 6

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Problem Solving and Critical Thinking 1. Write an algebraic rule for the total number of tiles, T , in terms of the figure, n . A. n 2 + 4 B. 2 n + 2 C. 2( n + 1) D. 3 n + 2 2. Write an algebraic rule for the total number of tiles, T , in terms of the figure, n . A. n + 1 B. n ( n + 1) C. 3 n D. n 2 + 1
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• Summer '16
• Prof. Johnson
• Math, Algebra, Elementary algebra, d., B., c., algebraic linear equations

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