Math950_Quiz 3

Math950_Quiz 3 - x using the slope-intercept. 4. (+10)...

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Fall 2009, Math 950 Last Name: _______________ First Name: ______________ Quiz 3 This is a closed-book, closed-notes and no-calculator quiz. Be sure to show all work properly and simplify answers to get full credit. 1. (+10) With Rules of Exponents with all the conditions: If m, n, and p are integers then = n m x x _________ = n m x ) ( _________ = p n m y x ) ( _________ = 0 x _________ = n m x x _________ = p n m x x _________ = p n m y x _________ = - 1 x _________ = m 0 _________ = 0 0 _________ 2. (+10) Simplify: a) 2 3 2 2 5 0 10 3 4 ) 3 )( 2 ( ) ( c ab b a bc a c b - - - - b) 15 15 27 10 3 ) 10 9 )( 10 2 ( × × × - 3. (+5) Find the equation of the line containing the point (-2, -4) and perpendicular to the line 2 3 2 = - y
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Unformatted text preview: x using the slope-intercept. 4. (+10) Solve 2 3 4 8 =-= + y x y x a) by graphing method (Please label you graph): b) by addition method: 5. (+5) A motorboat traveling with the current went 36 mi in 2hrs. Against the current, it took 3 hrs to travel the same distance. Find the rate of the boat in calm water and the rate of the current. a) (+2) b) (+1) Set up an equation: _______________________________________________________ c) (+1) Solve for the variable: d) (1) Conclusion: ______________________________________________________________...
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Math950_Quiz 3 - x using the slope-intercept. 4. (+10)...

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