MATH 205 Exam 1
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June 9, 2009
Dr. K. Ivy
Directions: Read each exercise carefully. Write clearly and show all necessary work to arrive at correct
answers. Give all numerical answers in exact form (i.e., no decimal approximations) unless otherwise
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Math 205 Final Exam Review Part II
1) Explain/Illustrate how you would use mental math to determine the product: 2050
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2) Determine the minimum number of pieces needed to be combined with set B to obtain set A for the given
base. Then write the numbers i
Math 205 Final Exam Review
1) Alice counted 7 cycle riders and 19 cycle wheels going past her house. How many unicycles, bicycles, or
tricycles were there?
2) Jake is helping his father build a rectangular pen to keep their horses from getting lost. The p
MATH 205 Exam 2-Dr. K. Ivy
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December 8, 2011
Directions: Read each exercise carefully. Write clearly and show all necessary work to arrive at
correct answers. Give all numerical answers in exact form (i.e., no decimal approximations) unless
otherwise
MATH 205 Exam 1
Dr. K. Ivy
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June 12, 2012
Directions: Read each exercise carefully. Write clearly and show all necessary work to arrive at
correct answers. Give all numerical answers in exact form (i.e., no decimal approximations) unless
otherwise in
7) Determine if the given rule is a function, and if not, explain why.
a) People assigned to their biological fathers
b) Numbers assigned to the sums of their digits
c) Biological^mothers assigned to their children
8) A rental company charges a fee for $5
5) A survey of 160 elementary school students concerning travel on a plane, a train, and a helicopter. Fifty-five students
^traveled by plane, 35 traveled by train, 45 traveled by helicopter, 15 traveled by plane and train, 17 traveled by plane and
helico
MATH 205 Exam 1
February 22, 2007
Dr. K. Ivy
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Name
Directions: Read each exercise carefully. Write clearly and show all necessary work to arrive at correct answers.
Give all numerical answers in exact form (i.e., no decimal approximations) unless otherwi
8) A poll
of
100 registered voters designed to find how voters kept up with current events revealed the
(9 pts)
information below. Draw a Venn diagram and answer the questions in (A) through
(D).
65 watched the news on television.
39 read the newspaper.
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Math 205 Problem Solving - Exam
February 22,2006
Dr. K. Ivy
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Name
Student Identifi cation Number
Directions: Read each exercise carefully. Write clearly and show all necessary work to arrive at correct
answers. Give all numerical answers in exact form (i
MATH 205 Exam 1-Dr. K. Ivy
Name_
October 17, 2011
Directions: Read each exercise carefully. Write clearly and show all necessary work to arrive at
correct answers. Give all numerical answers in exact form (i.e., no decimal approximations) unless
otherwise
9) Determine the number of chips needed to replace each box in order for the scale to remain tipped as shown.
Then using x for a variable to represent the number of chips for each box, write the corresponding inequality that
represents each scale and solv
8) In a recent survey, the 60 students living in Ventress Hall were asked about their enrollments in science,
engineering, and humanities classes. The results are as follows:
24 are taking a science class.
5 are taking both science and engineering classes
4) List four possible ways to get four different total scores if you hit the dartboard shown below using three darts.
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5) Shade the Venn diagram that corresponds to A U (B fl C ')
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6) Determine which rules are functions. If the rule is not a fun
MATH ^05 Exam 1
October 14,2010
Name
Dr. K. Ivy
Directions: Read each exercise carefully. Write clearly and show all necessary work to arrive at correct
answers. Give all numerical answers in exact form (i.e., no decimal approximations) unless otherwise
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