Ans-111E3-S2010

Ans-111E3-S2010 - x = 1) (A) (B) 10) The length of the...

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MA 11100 Exam 3 Answers Spring 2010 Form A Form B 1) ( 17 2 , -∞ - (E) (B) 2) There are two solutions; one positive, the other zero. (B) (E) ( 0 16 x x = = ) 3) { | 2 18} x x - ≤ ≤ (A) (C) 4) 2 15 13 m m - - + (B) (D) 5) I and II only (C) (A) 6) (6 1) x + (E) (B) 7) (4 3) x - (B) (E) 8) 3 (3 10)(3 10) xy x x + - (D) (A) 9) 3 2 x = - (other solution is
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Unformatted text preview: x = 1) (A) (B) 10) The length of the garden is between 8 and 11 feet. (C) (A) (10 feet) 11) a a b-(A) (D) 12) 8 ( 4) y y y + + (C) (D) 13) The solution is less than -20. ( 23 y = -) (A) (C) 14) 1 2 1 hours (E) (C) 15) 10 10 , 3 y y x = = (C) (B)...
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