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1/19/2018 Brigham Young University - Idaho - 1/14 Online Homework System Assignment Worksheet 1/19/18 - 5:29:54 PM MST Name: ____________________________ Class: FDMAT 108: 54 (Online); Winter 2018 Class #: ____________________________ Section #: ____________________________ Instructor: Camille Diaz Assignment: Exam 1 Practice Exam Assignment Instructions: Question 1: (1 point)Suppose you built a new house and have a backyard that measures 25 ft wide and 50 ft long. You need to purchase sod for the backyard.If sod costs \$2.70 per square yard, what would the cost of sod be prior to taxes? (a)Approximately \$125(b)Approximately \$375(c)Approximately \$3375(d)Approximately \$250 Question 2: (1 point)Two cars, 370 kilometers apart, begin driving toward each other on a long, straight road. One car travels 100 kilometers per hour and theother 85 kilometers per hour. At the same time, a canary, starting at one car, flies back and forth between the two cars as they approacheach other. If the canary flies 120 kilometers per hour and spends no time to turn around at each car, how far has it flown when the carscollide?
1/19/2018 Brigham Young University - Idaho - 2/14 Question 3: (1 point)Imagine that it is garden harvesting time in Rexburg. On the first day a friendly neighbor gives you one zucchini. On the next day yourother neighbor gives you two zucchinis. Not wanting to be outdone another neighbor gives you four zucchinis on the third day. If yourneighbors keep up this doubling pattern in their giving how many total zucchinis will you have been given after 7 days? Question 4: (1 point)If the percentage of BYU-I students who are married went up from 18% in 1998 to 25% in 2010, find the percentage point increase. Question 5: (1 point)You drive an average of 200 miles per week in a vehicle that gets only 18 miles per gallon overall. With gasoline priced at \$2.85 per gallon,approximately how much would you save each year on gasoline if you instead had a car that got 35 miles per gallon? (a)\$800(b)\$900(c)\$1000(d)\$500(e)\$700
1/19/2018 Brigham Young University - Idaho - 3/14 Question 6: (1 point)Is it possible for exponential growth to continue indefinitely?