2750 at 4 and 1450 at 10 b 1450 at 4 and 2750 at 10 c 3000 at 4 and 1200 at 10

# 2750 at 4 and 1450 at 10 b 1450 at 4 and 2750 at 10 c

• Test Prep
• Student181818181818
• 11
• 96% (103) 99 out of 103 people found this document helpful

This preview shows page 2 - 6 out of 11 pages.

\$2,750 at 4% and \$1,450 at 10% b. \$1,450 at 4% and \$2,750 at 10% c. \$3,000 at 4% and \$1,200 at 10% d. \$1,200 at 4% and \$3,000 at 10% The correct answer is: \$3,000 at 4% and \$1,200 at 10% 2 of 11
Question 5 Correct 6.25 points out of 6.25 Question 6 Incorrect 0.00 points out of 6.25 Solve the problem. To estimate the number of bass in a lake, a biologist catches and tags 32 bass. Several weeks later, the biologist catches a new sample of 55 bass and finds that 5 are tagged. How many bass are in the lake? Select one: a. 160 bass b. 352 bass c. 275 bass d. 1,760 bass The correct answer is: 352 bass Solve the problem. One number is 33 more than another number. The quotient of the larger number and smaller number is 5 and the remainder is 1. Find the numbers. Select one: a. 11 and 44 b. 5 and 38 c. 8 and 41 d. 10 and 43 The correct answer is: 8 and 41 3 of 11
Question 7 Incorrect 0.00 points out of 6.25 Question 8 Correct 6.25 points out of 6.25 Perform the indicated operation. Write the answer in the form a + bi . (-12 - 10 i ) + (17 +14 i ) Select one: a. 9 i b. 9 c. 5 + 4 i d. 29 + 24 i The correct answer is: 5 + 4 i Identify the real and imaginary parts of the complex number. Select one: a. Real: ; imaginary: 0 b. Real: ; imaginary: i c. Real: 0 ; imaginary: d. Real: 4 ; imaginary: 7 The correct answer is: Real: ; imaginary: 0 4 of 11
Question 9 Correct 6.25 points out of 6.25 Question 10 Correct 6.25 points out of 6.25 Simplify the expression in terms of i : Select one: a. 9 i b. 3 c. 3 i d. -3 i The correct answer is: 3 i Solve the equation by using the quadratic formula.