M110Quiz1sec17W11

# M110Quiz1sec17W11 - AND explain its meaning in regard to...

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MTH 110 - 17 Quiz #1: Chapter 1 – section 1.6 Winter 2011 Name(s): ________________ 1. (3) Budget charges \$29.95 for the day and \$.55 per mile driven to rent a 10 foot moving truck. A. Let B be the cost of renting a 10 foot moving truck from Budget for a day and driving the truck m miles. Write an equation for the cost of renting from Budget. B = ______________________ B. Determine the COST (in dollars) to rent a 10 foot truck from Budget if you were to drive it 75 miles. \$ __________ C. How many MILES could you drive the truck if you could pay only \$100 for the rental ________miles 2. (2) Use the graph displayed on the ELMO screen to answer the following questions: (Can also view graph on page 61 #3 of your textbook) Slope = ________ Line increasing or decreasing? Circle which Estimate y-intercept __________ Estimate x-intercept _____________ 3. (2) The population P of Maine in thousands for t years since 2000 can be represented by the equation: P = 9.5 t + 1277 a. Find the P or y-intercept

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Unformatted text preview: AND explain its meaning in regard to the population of Maine. __________________________________________________________ b. Find the t or x-intercept AND explain its meaning in regard to the population of Maine. _______________________________________________________ 4. (1) If 10 shirts cost \$110 and 30 shirts cost \$280, write a linear equation that gives the Cost C of n shirts. C = ____________________________ 5. (2) C(d) is the ounces of chocolate consumed in the Clark household on day d . Write a sentence that interprets each of the following math statements. a. C(5) = 8 __________________________________ b. C = 20 when d = 15 _____________________________________ EXTRA CREDIT up to 2 points possible. We were all agreed that “All functions are relations”. Therefore some relations are NOT functions. Describe in any representational form (ordered pairs, tabular, graphic or symbolic) of an EXAMPLE of a relation that is NOT a function....
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## This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course MATH 110 taught by Professor Klingler during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State.

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