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10/11/2018APUS CLE : MATH110 I021 Sum 18 : Tests & Quizzes1/114.0/ 4.0 Points4.0/ 4.0 Points0.0/ 4.0 PointsTest: Week 4Return to Assessment ListComment: Amy, your work on this quiz was very good. This shows that you mastered the objectives for this weekand you are ready to continue with our course material. Keep up the good work. Let me know if you have anyquestion.Part 1 of 25 - Default:4.0/ 4.0 PointsQuestion 1 of 25The symbol that indicates that you are taking the root of an expression is called theA. radicandB. indexC. baseD. radical signPart 2 of 25 -4.0/ 4.0 PointsQuestion 2 of 25Breaking a number into its prime factors can be very helpful when you are simplifying radicals. Forthe given number, list the prime factors in order, from smallest to largest using * (shift 8) as the multiplicationsymbol.For example, the prime factors of 12 are 2*2*3.Give the prime factors of 180The prime factors of 180 are 2*2*3*3*5Part 3 of 25 - Default:0.0/ 4.0 PointsQuestion 3 of 25The square root of 25 isMATH110 I021 Sum 18Tests & QuizzesTests & Quizzes
10/11/2018APUS CLE : MATH110 I021 Sum 18 : Tests & Quizzes2/114.0/ 4.0 Points4.0/ 4.0 PointsA. + 5B. - 5C. + 5 and - 5D. 125Comment: A square root of a number n is a number r such that r2= n Note that −5 is also a square root of 25 So, the correct answer is CPart 4 of 25 - Default:4.0/ 4.0 PointsQuestion 4 of 25A. Choice A