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1300_review_test1_af - Do not be late for your test Remember the make-up policy NO MAKE UPS 2 Example Evaluate = 42 25 = 41 50 = 20 12 = 41 5 = -8

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1 MATH 1300 Review for Test -1 When: Where: CASA Testing Center (222 Garrison Gym) Time: 50 minutes Number of questions: 14 11 Multiple Choice Questions (total of 76 points) 3 Free Response Questions (total of 24 points) For the free response part, please show your work neatly. Do not skip steps. What is covered: Chapter 1 Do not forget to reserve a seat for Test – 1. Do not forget to go to CASA for fingerprint/picture process before your test date. Take practice Test – 1! 10% of your best score will be added to your test grade at the end of the semester. When you take the test, you will see a score in your CASA grade sheet right away. That score is for the multiple choice part only. So, it is out of 76 points. The grade for the Free Response Part will be posted later, after the papers are graded.
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Unformatted text preview: Do not be late for your test. Remember the make-up policy: NO MAKE UPS! 2 Example: Evaluate =-+-) 42 ( 25 =--) 41 ( 50 =--) 20 ( 12 =-) 41 ( 5 = ÷ +-8 40 5 2 = ÷ +-8 40 ) 5 ( 2 =-+ ⋅ ÷ ) 4 2 ( 5 10 40 2 3 Example: Simplify = 80 48 = ⋅ 20 7 16 60 =-⋅ 8 5 50 24 = 10 7 15 2 = - -5 4 7 2 Example: Simplify = 90 = 84 4 Example: Evaluate = + 9 2 6 1 =-+ 40 1 8 5 10 2 Example: Simplify (no negative exponents in your answer!) ( 29 = 4 3 2 2 y x ( 29 =--2 4 4 y x = 3 12 8 10 z w z w 5 = 12 6 5 10 a b b a Example: Solve for x: 4 12 11 x-= Example: Solve for x: 10 1 15 2 4-=-x 6 Example: Solve for x: 5 12 1 5 + ≤-x x Example: Solve for x: 2 7 4 2 + ≥-x x 7 Example: Solve for x: 15 4 = + x Example: Solve for x: 2 7 5 x-=...
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course MATH 1300 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston.

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1300_review_test1_af - Do not be late for your test Remember the make-up policy NO MAKE UPS 2 Example Evaluate = 42 25 = 41 50 = 20 12 = 41 5 = -8

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