Math025_HW2[1]

Math025_HW2[1] - in., find the dimensions of the rectangle....

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Math025 Student Name: ______________________________ HW2  Student ID: _________________________________ Neatly provide all work in space provided.  Work must corroborate answer to be eligible for any  credit. 1 Determine whether the given equation is satisfied by any of the values listed following it. 5 - a = - 4; a = - 9, 4, 9 2 Solve the following equation. If the equation is always true or has no solutions, indicate so. 6 x - x = 2 - 42 3 Find the length of a rectangle whose width is 9.5 yds and whose area is 171 sq yds. 4 How long will it take someone driving at 52 mph to travel 104 miles?
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5 A business buys a piece of machinery for $35600. For tax purposes, the business depreciates the value V of the machine after y years according to the formula V = 35600 - 1850 y . After how many years is the machine worth $26720? 6 The width of a rectangle is 8 less than 3 times its length. If the perimeter of the rectangle is 56
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Unformatted text preview: in., find the dimensions of the rectangle. 7 Solve the equation 8 One number is 7 less than 5 times another. If the sum of the two numbers is 12, find the numbers. 9 The sum of three consecutive odd integers is 31 more than twice the largest. Find them. 10 Advanced-purchase tickets to an art exhibition cost $10, while tickets purchased at the door cost $12. If a total of 150 tickets were sold and $1680 was collected, how many advanced-purchase tickets were sold? 11 Two trains leave cities 310 miles apart at 10:00 a. m., traveling toward each other. One train travels at 70 mph and the other train travels at 85 mph. At what time do they pass by each other? 12 Solve the inequality 13 Solve the inequality 7( a- 3) - 8( a + 1) < - 16 14 Solve the inequality 5 < 3 x + 17 < 29 15 Solve the inequality and sketch the solution set on a number line....
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course MATH 101 taught by Professor Fisher during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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