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# FINAL_EXAM_REVIEW_QUESTIONS - REVIEW FOR THE FINAL The hope...

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REVIEW FOR THE FINAL The hope is that this will prepare you for the final. If you work out the problems diligently, bring up questions as necessary and review daily, the final will seem like just another exercise. Here we go: Fractions 1) 1/3 + 2/5 * 2/9 – 2/7 = 2) 7/16 divided by 1/8 = Conversion of fractions, decimals and percents Express as a percent: (Use your judgment when you round off) 3) 2.045 4) 2/225 = 5) 876 = 6) .00456 = Express as a decimal: (Round to at least two decimals) 7) 3 /125 = 8) 6/57 = Express as a fraction: 9) 2.075 = 10) .0035% = Order of Operation (Leave your answer as a fraction) 11) (-4) + (-6)(-8) divided by [16 – (-1)] = 12) (-7)(5)(+2) divided by (10 +7) = Evaluation Problems

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13) Given the equation X = Y 3 + Z/2 divided by [K - 3] , Find X when K = (-7), Y = 3 and Z = 6 Solve for "x" : 14) 3x + 7 = 2(4x –5) –2x = 15) 7(y –2) +4 = 3(8y + 7) = Counting Techniques 16) Interpret the following: 12! /7! = 8! /(8 - 4)! = Intersection % Union of Sets, Venn diagrams 17) In the rolling of a fair die, what is the probability of rolling an even number or a number that is less than 3? 18) Given X = {2, 5, 7} and Y = {3, 4, 5} depict these two sets as a union and an intersection, i.e., (x u y) =? and (x ∩ y) =? Depreciation Expense A Widget maker was purchased at a cost of \$225,000. Depreciation will be calculated on the Straight-line method over a period of 20 years. The salvage value of this machine is \$25,000. Answer the following question: 19) What is the annual depreciation expense?
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