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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS Math 190 Final Exam FALL 2007 Instructions Answer any ten questions from Part I. Pages 3 to 14 Answer any ten questions from Part II. Pages 15 to 26 This exam contains one question per page show your work beneath the question, then fill in the answer box at the top of the page, or write “omit” in the answer box. In order to receive full or partial credit, you must show your work. You may use a scientific calculator. However, graphing calculators and other electronic devices are not permitted. Each Question is worth 5 points. Print Name Here____________________________________ Sign Name Here____________________________________ Instructor’s Name___________________________________
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STUDENTS: DO NOT WRITE ON THIS PAGE Part I Part II
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Part I. Answer any ten questions. Omit two questions point values. 5 Points each. 1) Rewrite as one completely reduced fraction: 8 2 4 3 4 2 - + - - x x x x x Page 3 of 26
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2) Solve for x and y : 5 3 2 2 = + = + y x y x Page 4 of 26
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3) Given: ( 29 2 2 7 5 x x x f - - = simplify ( 29 3 4 - x f . Write the answer as a polynomial in standard form.
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