Additional Homework Problems for Lesson 11 Pearson Ed deleted some of the possible parts of homework problems 2 and 3 from Homework Assignment 11 of CourseCompass. Therefore, I am adding these problems for you to practice. These will not be collected, but
Lesson 40
Section 8.2
Quadratic Formula:
If ax 2 + bx + c = 0 , then the value(s) of x can be found by x =
Note: b mean the opposite of b
4ac means (-4)(a)(c)
b b 2 4ac
.
2a
b 2 is always positive
Use the quadratic formula to solve the following quadrat
MA 11100 Exam 1 Estimates, Spring 2010
Exam Average: 67.8
Exam Range: 20-100
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near a cut-off, your score could be considered either grade. For
example, if you received a 73, your grade could b
MA 11100 Exam 2 Estimates, Spring 2010
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Exam Range: 20-93
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near a cut-off, your score could be considered either grade. For
example, if you received a 67, your grade could be
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1)
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Even Answers
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A: B: C: D: F:
95 1
3 Methods for Solving a Linear or other Systems of Equations
Method
Graphical
Substitution
Elimination
Strengths
1. Solution(s) is easily
visible
2. Can be used with any
system that can be
graphed
1.
2.
1. Yields exact solution(s)
2. Easy to use when a
va
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1) LOCATION: ELLIOTT HALL OF MUSIC Exam 3 covers sections 4.1, part of 4.2, 4.3, 5.1 5.5, 5.7, 5.8, 6.1, 6.2, 6.4, 6.5, and 6.8. This is the material covered in lessons #21-34. There are fi
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that is used
MA 11100 Exam 1 Answers, Fall 2010
Problem A (green)
1
A
B (orange)
C
Actual Answer
2(n + 1) 5
2
C
D
I and II only
3
D
A
10
4
E
D
4 x + 3(2 x 5) + 12 = 10 x + 7
5
E
B
x=
6
D
A
2 w + 2(2 w 1.6) = 26.8
7
B
8
A
D
t=
9
D
C
1090
10
E
B
8a 6 b 6
11
B
E
1.34 10
MA 111 Exam 2 Answers
Fall 2010
Problem
Form A (green)
Form B (orange)
Actual Answer
1)
E
B
3
10
2)
D
D
3)
C
E
The lawn mowers value is decreasing by
$75 per summer.
4)
C
A
A vertical line has zero slope.
5)
A
C
2x + 3 y = 9
6)
E
D
slope: 2, point: (7, 4)
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Additional Homework Problems for Lesson 11
Pearson Education does not include all parts of homework problems 2 and 3 from
CourseCompass Assignment 11. Therefore, I am adding these problems for you to
practice. These will not be collected, but you need to
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