1567_Axia - MyMathLab 116 Final Exam[1]

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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________ Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A 1. Translate to an algebraic expression. The product of % and some number The translation is . (Type the percentage as a decimal. Use to represent some number.) 2. Use the intercepts to graph the equation. x y Use the graphing tool to graph the line. Use the intercepts when drawing the line. If only one intercept exists, use it and another point to draw the line. 3. Use the distributive property to help you solve the equation. (w ) w Page 1 of 17
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________ Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A 4. Graph the system of inequalities. y x Use the graphing tool on the right to graph the system of inequalities. 5. Find the slope and the y-intercept. f(x) x The slope is . The y-intercept is 6. Determine whether ( , ) is a solution of x y . Is ( , ) a solution to the equation? 7. Find the slope, if it exists, of the line containing the pair of points. ( , ) and ( , ) The slope m = . (Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction. Type N if the slope is undefined.) Page 2 of 17
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________ Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A 8. Find the domain of the function. p(x) What is the domain of p? 9. Solve. Then graph. x Choose the correct solution. Choose the correct graph of the solution. Page 3 of 17
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________ Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A 10. Graph the line containing the given pair of points and find the slope. ( , ), ( , ) Use the graphing tool on the right to graph the line. Make sure to use the two given points when graphing the line. Find the slope of the line. m = (Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction. Type N if the slope is undefined.) 11. Collect like terms. 12. Solve. x x The solution is . (Simplify your answer. Type an inequality symbol; then type an integer or a decimal.) 13. Solve. x The solution is . (Type an integer or a fraction.) Page 4 of 17
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Student: _____________________ Date: _______________________ Time: _______________________ Instructor: Axia Administrator Course: MAT/116 Book: Bittinger: Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 3e ENHANCED Assignment: Week 9 Final test Part A 14.
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