Math 180 Final Exam Fall 2010
City College of New York
Show all work. Include units wherever appropriate.
Part I: Laws of Arithmetic and the Meaning of Fractions
Answer four out of five questions. Omit one complete question.
1) Justify the calculation (-3
SYLLABUS MATH 180
Texts: Math 180 Handout Booklet, by Dan Mosenkis;
Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning, by Eric Connally
Note about allotted times: Instructors have some discretion to vary the amount of time on the standard topics
and decide about the
Department of Mathematics
Math 180 Section B
Final Examination
The City College of New York
FALL 2011
Part I: Answer 3 complete questions. Omit one complete question
1. a) Calculate: ( 6) ( 4) and illustrate your calculation clearly with a model, using a
Math 180 Final Exam Spring 2011
City College of New York
Show all work. Include units wherever appropriate. All fractions must be expressed in simplest form.
Give answers correct to two decimal places unless otherwise indicated.
Part I: Answer three out o
Math 180 Final Exam Spring 2012
All fractions must be simplified. All answers that are not whole numbers, fractions of mixed
numbers should be given to two decimal places.
Show your work clearly. Exam contains 99 points. One free point.
Part I: Do three o