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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 1. 2. If a , b , c , and d are negative numbers, Is ac < bc + da bd ? is less than 1 c 2 = d 4 Solving Inequalities a b
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 Solving Inequalities Solve: > x < –10 x > –4 –10 < x < –4 x > –4 or x < –10 x > –10 5 3 x x + 4
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 1. 2. If b is an even integer, is b < 0? b 2 – 4 b + 4 < 16 b 2 > 9 Inequalities with Exponents
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 Inequalities with Exponents If –1 < b < 0, which of the following must be true? I. b 4 > b 6 II. b 3 > b 6 III. b 2 + b 3 > b 4 + b 5 I only II only I and II only I and III only I, II and III
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 If the ages of the members of a certain club are {45, 57, 75, 33, 36, 29, 64}, which of the following equations has solutions equal to the maximum and minimum age of members of the club? | x – 29| = 45 | x – 45| = 16 | x – 52| = 23 | x – 57| = 18 | x – 75| = 29 Equations with Absolute Value
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 1. 2. Is > , given that mn ≠ 0 ? m = n n > 0 Inequalities with Absolute Value | n | m n | n |+1
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 A student who scores between 62 and 82 on a certain test is considered to be in the “acceptable” range. Which of the following inequalities correctly identifies all possible scores g that are considered “acceptable.” | g – 10| ≤ 72 | g – 20| ≤ 82 | g – 62| ≤ 20 | g – 72| ≤ 10 | g – 82| ≤ 62 Inequalities with Absolute Value
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 1. 2. Billie and Martina jog from the gym to the market along the same route. If Billie jogs at a speed of 480 feet per minute, how fast does Martina jog? The jog took Billie as much time as it took Martina. The route is 12,000 feet long. Motion 5 6
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 Work Rates Tim plants 80 trees over the summer at a rate of 8 per week. He then plants 80 trees in the fall and winter at a rate of 4 trees per week. On average, about how many trees does Tim plant per week over the whole period? 4.8 5.3 6.0 7.1 8.0
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 An elephant can lift 3 barrels of apples onto a truck every two minutes, a machine can lift 9 barrels onto the truck every four minutes, and a human can load 2 every 8 minutes. How many minutes will it take the elephant, machine, and human, working together, to lift 56 barrels of apples onto the truck? 4 7 8 12 14 Combining Work Rates
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LESSON 10: Miscellaneous Math 1 A driver is moving at 60 miles per hour. What is his speed in feet per second? (5280 feet = 1 mile) 60 72 80 88 96 Conversions Between Units
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What is the probability that a roll of a regular 6-sided die yields a prime number? Probability
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