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101 Mock Final #2
Beginning and Intermediate Algebra Combined / MATH 101 - Fall 2014 – 504 (Prof. Miller)
Student Name/ID:
1.Use the distributive property to remove the parentheses.2.Graph the line whose -intercept is and whose -intercept is

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3.In a survey, shoppers were asked whether they have access to a computer at home and if they havea personal e-mail account. Their responses are summarized in the following table.E-Mail accountNo e-mail accountComputer access at homeNo computer access at home(a)What percentage of the shoppers have computer access at home?(b)What percentage of the shoppers do nothave an e-mail account?4.Solve for 5.Graph the solution to the inequality on the number line.6.Find the -intercept and -intercept of the line.
-intercept: _______________
-intercept: _______________

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7.For each system of linear equations shown below, classify the system as "consistent dependent,""consistent independent," or "inconsistent." Then, answer the question about its solutions.
L1:
L2:
This system of equations is:
- consistent dependent - consistent independent
- inconsistent
This means the system has:
- a unique solution:
Solution:
- no solution
- infinitely many solutions
L1:
L2:
This system of equations is:

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- consistent dependent - consistent independent
- inconsistent
This means the system has:
- a unique solution:
Solution:
- no solution
- infinitely many solutions
L1:
L2:
This system of equations is:
- consistent dependent - consistent independent
- inconsistent
This means the system has:
- a unique solution:
Solution:
- no solution
- infinitely many solutions
8.
Use the distributive property to remove the parentheses.