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1300-f2011-pop02-key - using interval notation. A. ( ]...

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Math 1300 Daily Poppers 02 BUBBLE: Assign # 02; Your Grading ID Number!! 1. Write using interval notation: 5 1 x - ≤ < A. [ ] 5,1 - B. ( 29 5,1 - C. [ 29 5,1 - D. ( ] 5,1 - E. None of the above
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BUBBLE: Assign # 02; Your Grading ID Number!! 2. Write using interval notation: 1 x < - A. ( 29 , 1 ∞ - B. ( 29 , 1 -∞ - C. [ 29 , 1 -∞ - D. ( 29 1, - ∞ E. None of the above
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BUBBLE: Assign # 02; Your Grading ID Number!! 3. Solve the inequality: 8 24 x - < - A. 3 x < B. 3 x C. 3 x D. 3 x E. None of the above
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BUBBLE: Assign # 02; Your Grading ID Number!! 4. Solve the inequality: 2 5 5 x - ≥ A. 0 x B. 5 x C. 5 x D. 5 x E. None of the above
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BUBBLE: Assign # 02; Your Grading ID Number!! 5. Express the solution to 1 2 3 9 x - < + ≤
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Unformatted text preview: using interval notation. A. ( ] 2,3-B. ( ] 2,3 C. ( 29 2,3-D. ( ] 4,6-E. None of the above BUBBLE: Assign # 02; Your Grading ID Number!! 6. Evaluate: 8-A.-8 B. 8 C. 8, -8 D. 64 E. 4 BUBBLE: Assign # 02; Your Grading ID Number!! 7. If you want to eliminate the fractions when solving an equation, you can multiply by the least common denominator. What is the LCD for this problem? 1 3 5 3 3 4 6 2 x x-= + A. 6 B. 2 C. 12 D. 144 E. 48 BUBBLE: Assign # 02; Your Grading ID Number!! 8. Which of these equation is equivalent to 1 3 5 3 3 4 6 2 x x-= + ? A. 4 9 10 18 x x- = + B. 4 9 10 9 x x- = + C. 4 3 10 3 x x- = +...
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