MSLC Math 130
Final Exam Review
Disclaimer: This should NOT be used as your only guide for what to study.
1. Sammy borrowed $10,000 to purchase a new car at an annual interest rate of 11%. She is to
pay it back in equal monthly payments over a 5-year peri
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Math 130 Exam 3 Name_
Winter Quarter 2006 Soc. Sec. No._
Form A Rec. Teacher_
Rec. Time: _
Show all your to get full credit.ANSWERS OBTAINED USING CALCULATORS WITHOUT
SHOWING ALL THE STEPS WILL NOT GET ANY CREDIT. Each question is worth 12 points,
excep
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Math 130 Exam 2 Name_
Fall Quarter 2006 Soc. Sec. No._
Form A Rec. Teacher_
Rec Time: _
There are 14 questions. All questions except # 3 are worth 7 points each, and #3 is worth 9 points.
Show ALL work to get full credit. Results obtained by using calcu
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Math 130 Exam 1 Name_
Fall Quarter 2006 Soc.Sec.No._
Form A Rec. Teacher_
REC TIME : _
There are 20 questions worth 5 points each.You must SHOW ALL WORK to get credit.
1. Solve for x :
!
7
9
x 6 = 5 x Ans 1_
2. Solve for x :
!
x 1
2x 4
=
1
x2
Ans 2_
3.
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Math 130 FINAL Name_
Winter Quarter 2006 Soc. Sec. No._
Form A Rec. Teacher_
Rec. Time : _
There are 25 questions. Each question is worth 8 points. Show ALL WORK to get full credit.
GOOD LUCK!
1. Solve for x : l
=
m + xp
5x
Ans 1 _
2. Solve for x : 5
x
Sample TEST 3 Problems MATH 130 w/Formulas page 1
1. a) A truck costing $36,000 is to be replaced at the end of 10 years, at which time it
will have a resale value of $12,000. In order to provide money at that time for a new
truck costing $40,000, a sinki
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Sample Problems - math 130 - test 2
1. Calculate x , a)if x = log3 7 b) x = 1.015
!30
c) x =35
5
7 d) x = log3
27
Ans; a) 1.771 b) .63976 c) 12.6738 d) 3/2
2. Calculate x , if e
5x
= 1.9 Give to three decimal places Ans 0.128
3. Calculate x , if log x =
Test 1 - Math 130 practice questions
1. Solve: a)
1
x
+
5
6
=
1
2
b)
6x + 20
4
>
5x
2
!3
c) r
=
4m
b(x + 2)
d) 4xm - 1 = -3(1 - xm)
2. Suppose that the supply and demand equations for a product are
3. A printing shop is trying to decide which of two model
Revised
on 2/22/2005
Compound Interest
Annuity Flow Chart
Regular Compound Interest
n
rPS 1
where r is the periodic rate, n is
the total number of periods
(see note in legend)
Is this an annuity?
Is the same size payment being
made every period (e.g., eve
Compound Interest &
Annuity Flow Chart
Regular Compound Interest
S
P1
r
n
where r is the periodic rate, n is
the total number of periods
(see note in legend)
No
Is this an annuity?
Is the same size payment being
made every period (e.g., every
week, every
Sample TEST 3 Problems MATH 130 w/Formulas page 1
1. a) A truck costing $36,000 is to be replaced at the end of 10 years, at which time it
will have a resale value of $12,000. In order to provide money at that time for a new
truck costing $40,000, a sinki
Math 130 Some Practice problems for Midterm 2
1. Suppose you invest $4000 at 7.5%.
(a) How much is the total amount after 12 years if it is compounded annually. (Round your answer to the nearest
cent.)
Answer:
S = (4000)(1 + 0.075)12 = 9527.12
(b) How muc
Math 130 Quiz 6A Answer 06/03/09
1. (5pts) How much will you have saved after 10 years if you pay $300 in to an account at the begining of each
quarter. Assume that i = 6% compounded quarterly.
Answer: Since each payment is at the beginning of each quarte
Math 130 Quiz 4A Answer 05/06/09
1. (5pts) Write with positive exponents only:
3
a2 b1
=
(c3 d)2
Answer:
1
3
a2 b 3
a2 d2
a2 b1
= 6 2 = 1
(c3 d)2
cd
b 3 c6
2. (5pts) Find the equilibrium point if the demand curve is given by p =
q
p = 28 + 4.
Answer: We h
Math 130 Quiz 2A Answer 04/15/09
1. (5pts) Find the domain of the function f (x) = 5 1 x. Give your answer in interval notation.
2
Answer: We want the quantity inside the square root to be non-negative. Thus, we have
1
5 x0
2
1
x 5
2
1
(2) x (2)(5)
2
x 1
Sample TEST 3 Problems MATH 130 w/Formulas
page 1
1. a) A truck costing $36,000 is to be replaced at the end of 10 years, at which time it
will have a resale value of $12,000. In order to provide money at that time for a new
truck costing $40,000, a sinki
Executive Overview, Part I
In some experiments, a larger sample size gives you more accurate results. In this
problem, a manufacturing company is looking at its data to find out important points about its
staffing levels at various process stages.
1) To s
Math 130 FINAL Winter Quarter 2006 Form A
Name_ Soc. Sec. No._ Rec. Teacher_ Rec. Time : _ There are 25 questions. Each question is worth 8 points. Show ALL WORK to get full credit. GOOD LUCK! 1. Solve for x :
l = m + xp 5x
Ans 1 _
2. Solve for x :
5 + 9
Math 130
Fall Quarter 2006
Form A
Name_
Soc.Sec.No._
Rec. Teacher_
REC TIME : _
There are 20 questions worth 5 points each.You must SHOW ALL WORK to get credit.
1. Solve for x :
Exam 1
7
x "6 =5 x
9
Ans 1_
!
2. Solve for x :
x "1
2x " 4
=
1
x "2
Ans 2_
!
Math 130
Exam 2
Fall Quarter 2006
Form A
Name_
Soc. Sec. No._
Rec. Teacher_
Rec Time: _
There are 14 questions. All questions except # 3 are worth 7 points each, and #3 is worth 9 points.
Show ALL work to get full credit. Results obtained by using calcula