7.5 Applications of Rational Expressions
7.6 Variation
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7.5 Applications of Rational Expressions
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Math 1310
Test Number 1 (Practice)
Instructor: Chris Kerns
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Solve each system by substitution. If the system is inconsistent or has dependent
equations, say so. #1 - 4
4.1 1.)
4.1 2.)
4.1 3
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6.4
A General Approach to Factoring
#2-20 even, 40-48 even
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6.4
A General Approach to Factoring
#2-20 even, 40-48 even
(3t-7u)(2t+11u)
8(5p-4r)
(4k+q)(3k-5q)
(7z+4)(7z-4)
(2k+7r)2
(4x+y(16x2-4xy+y2-4x+y)
(2a+1)(a-
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2.4 Further Applications of Linear Equations (Motion Problems)
#18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28
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2.4
Further Applications of Linear Equations
#18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28
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a.) 10
b.) 1 4
c.) 9.14
d.) 55
e.) 7.60
f.) 2
Square Roots Practice
Evaluate each expression, or state that the expression is not a real number.
1.
64
8
2.
9
3
3.
25
-5
4.
64 +36
-10
5.
49
100
7/10
6.
1
36
1/6
7.
64+ 36
14
Use a calculator to approximate each expression. Round to three decimal plac
Polynomial Puzzler
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Fill in the empty spaces to complete the puzzle. In any row, the two left spaces should multiply
to equal the right-hand space. In any column, the two top spaces should multiply to equal the
bottom space.
1.
2.
[x+7]
[-2x+6]
[-2]
SECTION 2.2: FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTIONS
AND THEIR GRAPHS
PLEASE REVIEW PAGES 49 - 62
OBJECTIVES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Construct frequency distributions for quantitative data
Construct histograms
Determine the shape of a distribution from a histogram
Construct frequenc
SECTION 2.1: GRAPHICAL SUMMARIES
FOR QUALITATIVE DATA
PLEASE REVIEW PAGES 35-43
OBJECTIVES
1. Construct frequency distributions for qualitative data
2. Construct bar graphs
3. Construct pie charts
OBJECTIVE 1
CONSTRUCT FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTIONS FOR QUALITAT
SECTION 1.2: TYPES OF DATA
PLEASE REVIEW PAGES 12- 15
OBJECTIVES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Understand the structure of a typical data set
Distinguish between qualitative and quantitative variables
Distinguish between ordinal and nominal variables
Distinguish between di
Math 1330 Statistics
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SRS means simple random sample where everybody has the same change fair game or
unbiased
Sample: A portion of a population.
Math 162:
Spring 2017 HOMEWORK
This pdf file lists daily homework problems, consisting of
Level 1 problems: strengthen the basics, often short answer (do these first)
Level 2 problems: apply the basics and build understanding (collected and graded)
Mixed
Chapter 3, Question 1
Nikki Rauguth is the food and beverage manager at Harrison Residence Hall, the largest student
housing facility on State University campus. Once each month, Nikki features an Italian night, a
themed dinner, for her students. She serv
Question 1
1.34 out of 1.34 points
In the receiving area proper training should be in which of the following areas?
Selected
Answer:
d.
Answers:
a.
All of the above
Quantity and quality
measurements
b.
Price measurement
c.
Weight measurement
d.
All of th
Question 1
1.25 out of 1.25 points
How is the term sales history defined in the textbook?
Selected
Answer:
A.
Answers:
A.
The systematic recording of all sales achieved during a predetermined
time period
The systematic recording of all sales achieved dur
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3
The first question operating managers must ask themselves is very simple: "How many
guests will I serve today?" "This week?" "This year?"
The answer to questions such as these are critical, since these guests will provide the
revenue from which th
1
2
3
The first question operating managers must ask themselves is very simple: "How many
guests will I serve today?" "This week?" "This year?"
The answer to questions such as these are critical, since these guests will provide the
revenue from which th
Chapter 4, Question 2
Jack Stills operates the Spartan Restaurant. He is taking the month-end inventory in the
restaurants bar. When calculating the value of his spirits, he uses the tenths method
of estimating product value (see page 109 in your text). H
Chapter 1, Question 1
Last month, Lanis Pizza Parlor generated $75,000 in revenues. Her total
expenses last month were $63,000. Use the spreadsheet formula functions
to calculate the amount of Lani she made last month.
Lani's Pizza Parlor
Revenue
Expenses
Chapter 2, Question 2
Laurie Fitsin owns a small sandwich shop called Lauries Lunch Box. She has developed a
sales history for the first week of March using total sales and guests served. Help Laurie
calculate her average sales per guest for each day of t
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MATH 1715
QUIZ #10
7 March 2016
Instructions: You have the first 10 minutes of class to complete this quiz. You may use a
writing instrument (pen, pencil, crayon), but no additional materials, including a calculator. . To
receive full cr
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MATH 1715
QUIZ #4
3 February 2016
Instructions: You have the first 15 minutes of class to complete this quiz. You may use
a writing instrument (pen, pencil, crayon) and a calculator, but no additional materials.
To receive full credit, y
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MATH 1715
QUIZ #5
10 February 2016
Instructions: You have the first 10 minutes of class to complete this quiz. You may use a
writing instrument (pen, pencil, crayon) but no additional materials, including a calculator. To
receive full cr
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MATH 1715
Exam #1
15 February 2016
Instructions: You have 100 minutes to complete this exam. You may use any writing
instrument (pen, pencil, crayon) and a calculator, but no additional materials. This exam is
worth 100 points. You must