Week 01 - Math and Graph Self-Test

# Week 01 - Math and Graph Self-Test - MATH AND GRAPH...

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MATH AND GRAPH SELF-TEST To succeed in this course, you must be able to calculate a numeric value using a formula; calculate a value using a formula that includes exponents (including fractional ones); determine the reciprocal of a value; convert a percentage into decimal form and a decimal into percentage form; express a ratio between two values in an equivalent form; calculate the rate of change between two values; determine a value that is different from another by a specific percentage; solve a system of equations; find coordinates of a graph from an equation; define slope; calculate the slope of a straight line from its graph; identify whether a slope is positive, negative, zero, or infinite; identify the slope and y-intercept from the equation of a line; identify the slope from the graph of a line; identify the y-intercept from the graph of a line; draw a graph from an equation; draw a graph from a table of data;

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