# Quiz01 - Math 115 Fall 2007 Quiz#1 Sections 1.1 to 1.6 Name...

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Math 115 Fall 2007 Quiz #1 Sections 1.1 to 1.6 Name _______________________________________ RUID# _______________________ Recitation Section: _14 (12:15) | 15 (1:55) | 16 (3:45)___________ All work must be shown in the problems below in order to receive full credit. Credit may not be given for unsupported work. No calculators may be used on this quiz. #1 (5 pts): Find all solutions to the following equation (solve for x). Be careful to check your answers! 1 4 2 1 2 3 3 2 + + = + x x x x x x #2 (4 points) Simply the following expression:
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Unformatted text preview: x y y x y x + − #3 (6 points): Suppose you’re taking a math class where your final average will be made up of 30% of two exams and 40% of your final exam (weighted average). Suppose also that you receive a score of 75 on the first exam. Come up with an equation where x represents what you would need on the second exam and y represents what you would need on the final, in order to finish with a (weighted) average of 90....
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