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Unformatted text preview: Math 1310 Popper 06 Problem 1: Solve the equation: 2 2 8 x x = Problem 2: Solve the equation: ( 3) 10 x x = Problem 3: Solve the equation: 2 8 5 x x + =  Problem 4: Solve the equation: 2 6 11 10 x x = Problem 1: Solve the equation: 2 2 8 x x = Problem 2: Solve the equation: ( 3) 10 x x = Problem 3: Solve the equation: 2 8 5 x x + =  Problem 4: Solve the equation: 2 6 11 10 x x = Question 1: What is the sum of the answers from problems 1 and 2? A. 13 B. 4 C. 5 D. 9 Problem 1: Solve the equation: 2 2 8 x x = Problem 2: Solve the equation: ( 3) 10 x x = Problem 3: Solve the equation: 2 8 5 x x + =  Problem 4: Solve the equation: 2 6 11 10 x x = Question 2: Which one of the problems has irrational answers? A. Problem 1 B. Problem 2 C. Problem 3 D. Problem 4 Problem 1: Solve the equation: 2 2 8 x x = Problem 2: Solve the equation: ( 3) 10 x x = Problem 3: Solve the equation: 2 8 5 x x + =  Problem 4: Solve the equation: 2 6 11 10 x x = Question 3: What is the sum of the answers for problem 3?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course MATH 1310 taught by Professor Marks during the Summer '08 term at University of Houston.
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