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Date Taken:
7/26/2011
Time Spent:
35 min , 32 secs
Points Received:
15 / 20
(75%)
Question Type:
# Of Questions:
# Correct:
Multiple Choice
16
12
Fill in the Blank
4
3
Grade Details
1.
Question :
Which set is finite?
Student Answer:
{
x

x
∈
N
and
x
< 100}
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
{2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, . . .}
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
{
x

x
∈
N
and
x
> 100}
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
{
x

x
∈
N
and
x
is odd}
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
Instructor Explanation:
See section 2.1 of the textbook.
Points Received:
0 of 1
Comments:
2.
Question :
State whether the following sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither.
4, 15, 26, 37, 48, 59,
.....
Student Answer:
arithmetic sequence
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
geometric sequence
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
neither
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
Instructor Explanation:
See section 5.7 of the textbook.
Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
3.
Question :
The process of arriving at a general conclusion based on the observation
of specific examples is called ___________ reasoning.
Student Answer:
inductive
Instructor Explanation:
See section 1.1 of the textbook.
Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
4.
Question :
Perform the indicated operations:
42÷6+(7)
Student Answer:
0
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
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g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
42
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
14
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
Instructor Explanation:
See section 5.2 of the textbook.
Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
5.
Question :
Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern, and then make a reasonable
conjecture for the next number in the sequence. 1
3
7
13
15
19
25
27
31
37
____
Student Answer:
39
g25
g24
g23
g22
g21
g20
41
g25
g24
g23
g22
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 Inductive Reasoning, Student Answer, Instructor Explanation

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