Final - sandage - Final 1. Build up the fraction so that it...

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Unformatted text preview: Final 1. Build up the fraction so that it is equivalent to the fraction with the indicated denominator. 21 ? 7 5 = 5/7(3/3) = 15/21 2. Find the quotient. 2 5 16 3 3/16(2/5) = 3/8(1/5) = 3/40 3. Find the sum. 6 1 4 3 + (3/3)3/4 + 1/6(2/2) = 9/12 + 2/12 = 11/12 4. Convert to decimal and percentage. 8 5 8/5.000 = .625 6.25(100) = 62.5% 5. Evaluate. 3 2 3 9 8 - 8 81/27 = 8 3 = 5 6. Translate into an algebraic expression. The product of y- x and y x + x + y(x y) 7. Translate into an equation. (Do not solve.) The product of 6- and y 7 is equal to 13 .-6(7y) = 13 8. Use the distributive property to remove parentheses. ) 5 m ( 3---3m + 15 9. Use the distributive property to factor. 35 a 7- 7a 5(7) = 7(a 5) = 7a 35 7 7 = a = 5 1 - 10 0.5 pts 11 - 25 1.0 pts 10. Simplify. ) 5 w ( 3 ) 6 w ( 2--- + = 2w + 12 (-3w) (-15) 2w + 12 + 3w + 15 5w + 27 11. Solve. 5 ) y 7 ( 3 ) 6 y ( 2-- =--- 2y + 12 = 21 3y 5 2y + 12 = 16 3y +3y 12 -12 +3y y = 4 12. Solve by 12....
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course MTH 208 algebra 1 taught by Professor Love during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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