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MATH_009_Week_1_Quiz[1]

# MATH_009_Week_1_Quiz[1] - Week 1 Quiz Are you getting this...

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Unformatted text preview: Week 1 Quiz Are you getting this? Section 1.1 I nt ro to I n tegers Use the set A = {-8,-5,-2,1,3} a. Find the opposite of each element on set A b. Find the absolute value of each element of set A. my answer is B Section 1.2 Addition and subtraction of I ntegers Solve -18 – 49 - (-84) – 27 = ? a. - 18 b. -178 c. 26 d. -124 e. -10 B Section 1.3 M ultiplication and Division of I n tegers The daily low temperatures for one week in Dawson, Yukon were 1oF, 4oF, -14oF, -18oF, -20oF, -23oF, and -35oF. Calculate the average daily low temperature for the week. My answer is E a. b. c. d. e. -15oF -11oF -4.9oF 16.4oF -16.4oF Section 1.4 Exponents and Order of Operations E valuate this expression. My answer is E a. b. 1 c. d. e. None of the above Section 1.5 Factoring Numbers and P r ime Factorization 1. Find the LCM of 24, 36, and 60. 24=2×3×2×2= 2³×3=24 3²×2²=36 60=2×5×2×3 =2²×5×3 36=3×3×2×2 = 2. Find the GCF of 28, 42, and 70. 28=7×2×2= 2²×7 42=2×3×7 70=7×5×2 Section 1.6 Find less than 15⁄48-28⁄48=─13⁄48 2. The temperature of a liquid before adding a chem ical was -6.5 C. After adding the o chemical, the temmperture was -15.1 C. What is the difference between the before and a fter temperatures? -8.6 o Section 1.7 1. Write 62% as a fraction. = 62⁄2 2. What is = 24⁄9 Section 1.8 Concepts from Geomet ry 1. One side of a square room measures 18 feet. How many square yards of carpet are necessary to carpet the room? 18* 4=32 ...
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