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Unformatted text preview: Name: RE y Section #: Math 110 Final Exam Instructor/'1‘.A.: December 13, 2004 Instructions: Please write your work, including formulas, in the spaces provided. All of your work
must be shown to receive any credit. Round all numbers to the nearest cent or nearest 0.001. your ﬁnal answers. l a. [3 points] Find an equation of a horizontal line through (—8,12). b. [5 points] Find an equation of the line through (—3,4) that is parallel to the line
—2x + By = 17. Write your equation in slopeintercept form. L
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each, and only 150 hats if they are priced at $15 each. What is the linear demand equation for
Edna’s Elf Hats? (Let x = price, y = quantity of hats sold.) 2% CH?) tzo)
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costs are $1 per card. ‘a. [3 points] Express the company’s cost, C, in terms of x, the number of cards produced
each year. ~~w~—w~_w—»~~w, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ b. [2 points] Carol sells each card for $5. Express the company’s revenue, R, in terms of x,
the number of cards sold each year. W333 2;» c. [4 points] How many cards must Carol’s Card Company produce and sell to breakeven? zﬂl‘ ch Or 1P=R~C =0'
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pair of mittens. The results are given below. —llm $11
mam a. [3 points] Make a stemandleaf plot of the price data. 02/3/U
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L[ o b. [3 points] What 1s the mean price of the mittens Mary sold per day? // O —z + 9c
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c. [3 points] What IS the medianﬁnumber of pairs of mittens Mary sold per day?
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lpi' Ordei'm V ii» ' 2' W”. d. [3 pointS] Usmg least square linear regression, ﬁnd the bestﬁt line for this data.
Let x= price and y= # of pairs of mittens sold at that price. “y: 4.233 x + $18.33? [319% (‘2‘); :1} >1:~'55;L)g 1.50.3311 wmwmup I)
you e. [4 points] According to the model found 1n “part d” above, how many mittens ”‘an
expect to sell if they are priced at $15 per pair? x =15 0:?“ AW U 1)) . . a.» y=~z,233(.s) + 92,573 45 Pan’s
45,0752. @ f. [4 points] What is the slope of the line found in “part d”? What does it mean in terms of
this model? m: 2233 @3 \V Paula. tmrm (C‘eCrmm) L3 5”“
yam. (KPHV "in RM. 013%} Z. RMW‘ (mare) ZP’L 'Pm‘f‘» (X Mums. 29* apt 1‘99 6. Page 4 of 10 Math 110  Final Exam December 2004 [9 points] Mr. Smith is purchasing cookie platters and containers of apple cider for the school
party. Each cookie platter costs $8, and each container of cider costs $7. If Mr. Smith spends a
total of $529 and buys twice as many cookie platters as containers of cider, how many platters, and how many cider containers did he buy? (Deﬁne variables, set up equations and solve.) x: Manure, PMM
y? ﬁ 6de ccmimnus 3x + 7y =62?
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5': 7.3 Cider" “minder; [14 points] Model the following situation, but DO NOT GRAPH and DO NOT SOLVE.
Clearly identify the variables, objective and constraints. A bridal shop produces two kinds of custom wedding dresses, traditional and modern,
each of which must be designed, produced and ﬁnished. Each traditional gown requires 10
hours to design, 12 hours to produce and 2 hours to ﬁnish. Each modern gown requires 11. hours
to design, 9 hours to produce and 1.5 hours to ﬁnish. The bridal shop has 3800 hours available
for designing, 4200 hours available for producing and 425 hours available for ﬁnishing. Due to
demand the shop must produce at least as many traditional as modern gowns. If the proﬁt on
each traditional gown is $325, and the proﬁt on each modern gown is $275, how many gowns of
each type should the shop produce to maximize the proﬁt? X: H: de‘hmﬂ. 6‘“?ng 7 z». tt Modem civeSSeS. x“ +01%}. degﬁt“ [0  MWZE‘BOFW' 10x Hi), 9. $200 lax +qy 992.001 ea/dﬂ, Page 5 of 10 Math 110 Name: Section: 7. LetS = {blue, green, 1,2,3,a,b) be the universal set, and letA = {x e S I x is a word),
B = {x e S  xis a letter} and C = {green,2,3,a} and D = {2,3,a,b}. Find each of the
following. a. [2 points] D’ = f Elva, 3‘9”” 3 b. [2points] an =62, 3, (3 c. [2 points] A x3 = ﬂow/ax (Limb), (gram, a), (Wm, M73 
d. [2points] 005 =0 = fame“, 2,3, 053. e. [Zpoints] AUQ : A : E Hm) yum?) ‘ 8. Helen is having a New Year’s Eve Party. Let C be the event that champagne will be served, E
be the’event that eggnog will be served, and P be the event that pretzels will be served. a. [2 points] Express in words: (C U E)
E‘A‘Atﬂr {310nm PQSOQ: 3:” eggnoﬁ M has $PM£SL . W ‘P* b. [2 points] Express in words: (E (l P)’
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c. [2 points] Express 1n symbols: On New Year’s Eve, Helen will serve both hampagne
and eggnog, but NOT pretzels.
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follows: 120 Baking Cookies Attending Holiday Parties Giving Gifts
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exclusive? Justify your answer. wt n(Bc 0 ms) 2 4o SOECHYY‘S 75¢ 2+ 3 W axuNO—V
P 0 a rmmd%,ambswu =o‘fSS. Page 7 of 10 Math 110 Name: Section: 11. [5 points] Ted needs to pass calculus and chemistry to graduate. He believes his chance of
passing calculus is 0.7, and his chance of passing chemistry is 0.4. He thinks his chance of
passing at least one of them is 0.75. What is the probability that Ted will pass both courses? E: (A: (766‘: Ch‘C,, P3: Page chem. “E Wave») =2 PCA)+?(6) owns)
”’3 =3 .+ +»4 —— 9mg) 75?» Mme) = .35 12. [4 points] In December, 50% of all the ﬂowers in Fran’s Floral Shop are roses and 40% are
roses and are red. If a ﬂower is selected at random, ﬁnd the probability that it is red, given that it
is a rose. RNA): NEDA) no Miro. .,, v M PCA) '" ~ 50 13. [4 points] Find the expected value of the following probability distribution. Page 8 of 10 Math 110 — Final Exam December 2004 For problems 1417 indicate the formula needed to answer the question, give the value for each
of the known variables in the formula and solve. Formulas are available at the bottom of the pages. 14. [4 points] A 5year bond costs $7,500, and offers a rate of 6.2% simple interest. What will the bond be worth upon maturity? ,,
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compounded monthly, if the future value is $75,000? , tZZO
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monthly. What will be the value of her investment in 6 years? I’Z.~<a
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they deposit monthly into their retirement annuity to accumulate $250,000 if the annuity
pays 6.7% per year, compounded monthly? \‘Z‘LS
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