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Unformatted text preview: Instr: Paul Terwilliger
Spring 07
Math 130 Midterm II Your Name U GM NO CALCULATORS ALLOWED. Show all yourwork. CLEAR AND APPROPRIATE»
EXPLANATIONS COUNT FOR JUST AS MUCH AS THE CORRECT NUMERICAL
ANSWER. ' ‘ 1. The numbers A and B are shown on the number line below. Find the points on the
number line that correspond to thefollowing: —A + B; (ii) —(A + B); (iii) A + B; (iv)
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reasoning. ' ’ "20435; arr—2’0 6. One type of ﬂoor tile costs $70 per square yard. A second type of ﬂoor tile costs $7.90
per square foot. Which type of tile is more expensive? Explain your reasoning. :va
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are each 1 inch tall, 1 inch Wide, and 1 inch deep. The large cube is painted on the outside. 12? (ii) How many of the smaller cubes have paint on exactly two sides? ans (i) How many of the smaller cubes have paint on them? ans
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number explicitly. Explain your reasoning. The numbers are: (i) 1000, 000 x (1+2+3+~+1,000,001);
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write a coherent sequence of equations and use the properties of arithmetic to Show Why the
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