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Unformatted text preview: 10. 11. MA 111 PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR THE FINAL 4/02 . Evaluate n21) — 27749 for n = 3 and p = 4. A. 132 B. 12 C. 30 D. 60 E. None of the above. e + a - .3; = A; B3 (1% D.14—3 13.1173; _§ _ Z = 4 5 A. %g B. —% . —% D. g E. None of the above. . Simplify by combining like terms: 5m — [4 — 3(2513 — 8)]. A. 1113 — 28 B. —a: —— 12 C. —x + 19 D. 11:10 + 21 E. None of the above. . Simplify, giving your answer in scientiﬁc notation: (3.0x10‘4)(7.2x109). A. 2.16X105 B. 21.6){10‘5 C. 2.16x10‘36 D. 2.16x106 E. None of the above. .(%m—5)2 = A. yuan—25 B. ix2—5x-F25 C. ixZ—gx—25 D. iw2— gz+25 E. None of the above. . The slope of a line passing through the two points (1, 3) and (3, —2) is A. i B. % C. —% D. —2 E. None of the above. . Find the correct equation for the following graph. y A.y=2:1:2—1 B.y=m C.y=:1:2—1 D.y=ar:2 E.N0neoftheabove. 2x + 1 . If 2 ﬁ 1 . me) 335 _ 4. nd f(-'r+ > 2x+3 2\$+2 2\$+1 23324—1 A. B. C. D. E. N f th b . 3x—1 335—3 3x+1 3x2+1 oneo eaove Find the equation of the line, in standard form, having x-intercept 3 and y-intercept —2. A. 2\$+3yz6 B. 353—21125 C. 2x—3y=6 D. 2x+3y=3 E. Noneoftheabove. Find a function for the line‘containing the points (4, —1) and (2, —2). A. f(m)=\$—3 B. f(:1:)= %a:+3 C. f(:c)=2:c—3 D. f(:L‘) = 1:1: E. None ofthe 2 above. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. If F(:c) = 3 — :1: and G(J;) 2 2 + 51:2, ﬁnd (F - G)(—2). A. 6 B. 30 C. ~30 D. —6 E. None of the above. Solve the inequality 3x —— 7 > 5:13 + 6. 13 A.\$<—% B.m>—7 C.a:<—-;- D.:c>—% E.Noneoftheabove. Avis charges \$25 per day plus 30 cents per mile to rent a car. National only charges 40 cents per mile. If Joe rents a car for one day, for What number of miles, :3, will National be the least expensive? A.x<25 B.:c>25 C.\$<250 D.x<% E. Noneofthe above. Solve: |2m + 1| 2 5. A.x=—2,m=2 B.:c=—2,x=3 C.x=2 D.:1:=~3,:c=2 E.Noneofthe above. Solve: |3m — 7‘ Z 5. A. g...) B.(—oo,%]U[4,oo> c.(—oo,—4]U[%,oo) D-<—oo.—4]U[4,oo> E. None of the above. If y varies inversely as :5 and y = 18 when as = 6, ﬁnd :1: when y = 2. A. 54 B. é C. g D. g E. None of the above. 2 —3 *2 Simplify (aim) . a A. 9 B. (%)2 C. (%)6 D. (g)10 E. None of the above. a, Factor completely: —8y3 + 203/2 + 12y. A. —4y(2y—3)(y+1) B. —4y(2y+1)(y—3) C. —4y(2y—1)(y+3) D. —4y(2y+3)(y+1) E. None of the above. Factor completely: 900,152 — 10ay2. A. 10a(93t2 — yz) B. 10(ax + y)(aac — y) C. 10(930 + y)(9m — y) D. 10a(a: ~ y)2 E. None of the above. :52—2x+1 ' \$2—3\$+2 x2 — 1 ' m — 2 ' _ 2 __ (x 1) B. 1 C. —i D. 1 E. None of the above. a:+1 x+1 (:I:+1)(a:+2) . . 3ab a —— b Add and Simpllfy a2 _ b2 + a + b. a2+ab+b2 a2+3ab—b2 a+3ab~b a2—ab—b2 A' a2—b2 13- W C- W 11W E. None ofthe Divide and simplify A. Combine terms and simplify: 12\/4T5 —- 8\/ 80. A. —20\/5 B. —4\/35 C. 4\/5 D. 8\/5 E. None of the above. Simplify: \/(.’E — 16)”. A. (a: —— 16)2‘/§ B. as — g C. (ac — 16)6 D. (:17 +16)6 E. None of the above. 2 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. Multiply and simplify, writing your answer in radical notation: \/10\/0. A. \/16 B. 6m C. 10\/6 D. 21/15 E. None of the above. Solve for :13: V333 + 7 = 8. A.\$=% B.:1:=5 C.a::\/3 D.:v=57 E. Noneoftheabove. Solve A = %h(a + b) for h. a+b A 2A 2(a+b) h 2A B h 2(a+b) C h a+b D h A E. None of the above. Solve the system of equations for a: : 3x + y : —1, a: + 2y 2 3. A.x=—2 B.a::2 C.:v=1 D.x=-—1 E. Noneoftheabove. Solve for :1: : 62:2 = 42. A..'z:=7 B.a:=:|:\/7 C.:c=——7 D.a:=14 E.Noneoftheabove. Solve form: 251:2 —3x=2. A.——, —2B. —g-.,2C 1 121 110—4 :13—224' A.:L':4, 13:2 B.\$=0,\$=2 C.:E=0,x=6 D.x=6, 33:4 E.N0neofthe above. MIC»: D. %, —2 E. None of the above. Solve for a: : x/E Rationalize the denominator: . V130\$ A. 10 B. V303: C.V30x D ~— E «10-4-3110 9x2 311: 3a: 9332 One solution of 251:2 + 23: — 1— — 0 is. A.—1—\/§ B _ ——f c —2—f D. l——\F E. "—1 3 er“ = A.1 B. 4 C. 16\/§ D. E. None of the above. 4 16f The sum of two positive numbers is 5 and their difference is 5. Find the smaller of the two numbers. A. % B. % C. 1 D. i E. None of the above. Paul can paint a room in 5 hours. Sally can paint the same room in 3 hours. How long will it take for them to paint the room if they work together? A. 4 hours B. 1% hours C. 3 hours D. 18—5 hours E. None of the above. At 2:00 P.M. two cars start toward each other from towns 240 miles apart. If the rate of one car is 10 mph faster than the other, ﬁnd the rate of the faster car if the two cars meet at 5:00 PM. A. 45 mph B. 35 mph C. 40 mph D. 30 mph E. None of the above. 3 38. Two investments are made totaling \$4800. Part of the money is invested at 8% and the rest at 9%. In the ﬁrst year, they yield \$412 in simple interest. How much money is invested at 8%? A. \$1820 B. \$2980 C. \$2600 D. \$2000 E. None Of the above. SOLUTIONS 1.B 2.D 3.E(~%) 4.A 5.D 6.B 7.E(—g) 8.D 9.A 10.0 11. E (y: %m—3) 12. B; 13. A 14. C 15. D 16. B 17. A 18. D 19. B 20. E [10a(3m+y)(3\$-y)] 21. B 22. A 23. C 24. C 25. D 26. E (:0: 19) 27. C 28. D 29. B 30. E(m=—l 37:2) 31. C 32. C 33. E 34. B 35. A 2) 36. B 37. A 39. D; ...
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