2010-04-17_143931_the_answers

# 2010-04-17_143931_the_answers - 1 Plot(0,3 on the...

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1. Plot (0,3) on the coordinate axes 2. Solve then graph 7x>35 Solution set: {x/x>5} Graph: _______ (______ (solution is in blue) 5 3. 50% of what number is 15? Answer: 30 4. Graph on a number line where x is a real number. -1 - 4 Use the graphing tool to graph the system of inequalities. x > 6 18. Amy paid \$73.47 for a pair of running shoes during a 15%-off sale. What was the regular price? Round to the nearest cent if necessary) Answer:86.44 19. The equation y = -1777x + 27, 153 can be used to predict the number y of gun deaths in the U.S. x years after 2000, that is, x = 0 corresponds to 2000, x =2 corresponds to 2002, x = 6 corresponds to 2006, and so on. Predict the number of gun deaths in 2006 and 2009. In what year will the number of gun deaths be 7606? The predicted gun deaths in 2006 will be? 16491 The predicted gun deaths in 2009 will be? 11160 The predicted gun deaths will be 7606 in the year? 2011

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20. Solve doing the multiplication principle. Don't forget to perform the check. 7x= -49. The solution is x = -7 21. Use the distributive property to help solve the equation. 9(w – 4) = -36. w = 0 22. Find the slope if it exist. x = -3. m=? Answer: slope is undefined 23. Solve the compound inequality. 7> -2x+6 or 8-19. The solution is? What is the graph of the solution? 30. Find the slope, if it exists, of the line containing the pair of points. (9,4) and (10,-6). The slope m = -10 31. Solve. -0.7x 1/9. The solution set is? 48. Simplify. -4[-79-(54-52)]=
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## This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course ENGL 2112 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Southern University .

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