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NAMES:_____________________________________________________________________________ Algebra I Final - Top 21 Missed Questions Answer each question. Next to your answer, state the chapter in which you learned each topic . 1. Simplify 3 2 5 5 3 + ÷ - 2. Simplify 2 5 - 3. Simplify ) 3 6 ( 2 h h - - - 4. Solve 28 6 5 - = y y 5. Write an inequality to model the situation: 6. Solve 24 4 2 - c The Math Club is selling rulers. If their goal is to raise at least \$140, how many rulers must they sell at \$3.50 in order to meet their goal? 7. Of 850 games inspected, 144 failed inspection. 8. Solve 8 7 4 2 = + x What is the probability that a game chosen at random will pass inspection? Round to the nearest tenth. 9. Graph

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Unformatted text preview: x = -3 10. Find the range of 3 ) ( 2-= x x f for the domain {-1,0,2} 11. Simplify ) 1 )( 2 6 (--b 12. Write an expression that represents the sum of 3 consecutive odd integers. Let n be the 1 st integer. NAMES:_____________________________________________________________________________ 13. The first step to solve 5 2 3 4 > + x is: 14. Solve n n 4 4 7 5 +->-15. What is the percent change from \$30 to \$36? 16. What is the first term in the sequence? 3 ) 1 ( 7 ) (-+ = n n A 17. Graph 2 2 + = x y 18. Find the slope between (2,3) and (-3,3) 19. Find the slope between ) 1 , 2 ( and (2,11) 20. Graph 5 4 3 +-= x y 21. Graph 8 4 =--y x...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course ALGEBRA 098 taught by Professor Johnson during the Winter '09 term at Grand Valley State.

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