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Math 1310 Daily Poppers 02 September 9, 2010 Bubble in your PSID# and Number 02. 1. True or false: If you are absent from class, you can make up the missed popper. A. True B. False

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Bubble in your PSID# and Number 02. 2. 1 3 3 8 + = A. 4 11 B. 1 8 C. 17 24 D. 1 6 E. None of the above
Bubble in your PSID# and Number 02. 3. Which of these is a factor of 2 11 28 x x - + ? A. x + 4 B. x + 7 C. x – 14 D. x – 2 E. x – 7

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Bubble in your PSID# and Number 02. 4. Does the point (2, -5) lie on the line 4 2 19 x y - = ? A. Yes B. No
Bubble in your PSID# and Number 02. 5. State the solutions: ( 29 2 1 3 x + = A. 2 and -4 B.

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Unformatted text preview: 1 3,1 3 +-C. 1 3, 1 3- +- -D. 1 3, 1 3 +- -E. None of the above Bubble in your PSID# and Number 02. 6. Suppose you are solving an equation by completing the square. You see 2 10 x x-on the left side of the equation. Which of these is the number you will need to add to both sides of the equation to complete the square? A.-25 B. 5 C.-5 D. 25 E. None of the above Bubble in your PSID# and Number 02. 7. Solve using the quadratic formula: 2 2 1 x x--A. 1 1 2 ± B. 1 2 2 ± C. 1 2 2- ± D. 1 2- ± E. None of the above...
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1310-pop-02-key - 1 3,1 3 +-C. 1 3, 1 3- +- -D. 1 3, 1 3 +-...

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