MATH 1314 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA

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Unformatted text preview: MATH 1314 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA Practice Final Exam 1. If the equation x 2- y = 7 describes an one-to-one function find an equation of the inverse function. A. Not an one-to-one function B. y = x + 7 C. y = x 2 + 7 D. y = x 2- 7 Go to answer 1 2. Solve the equation 2 7- 3 x = 1 4 A. {- 3 } B. { 1 2 } C. { 1 } D. { 3 } Go to answer 2 1 3. Find the required annual interest rate, to the nearest tenth of a percent, for $ 13 , 696 to grow to $ 19 , 026 if interest is compounded semiannually for 10 years. A. 1 . 7 % B. 5 . 0 % C. 3 . 3 % D. 6 . 6 % Go to answer 3 4. Convert log 7 343 = 6 to exponential form. A. 7 343 = 3 B. 3 7 = 343 C. 7 3 = 343 D. 343 3 = 7 Go to answer 4 2 5. Solve the equation log x ( 1 25 ) =- 2 A. {- 5 } B. {- 1 5 } C. { 1 5 } D. { 5 } Go to answer 5 6. Write the expression as a single logarithm with coefficient of 1. Assume that all variables represent positive real num- bers....
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2011 for the course ALGEBRA n/a taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '03 term at Marquette.

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MATH 1314 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA - MATH 1314 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA...

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