MTH 111
Review Packet Part 1
1. Find the value of:
2. Find the value of:
3. Find the value of:
4. Simplify:
if a = 5, b = 7, and c = 2
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5. Solve the following equation:
6. Solve the following equation:
7. Solve the following equation:
8. Solve the follow
Emily Duval
MTH 111 College Algebra
Practice Exercises
Evaluate
Exponents and Radicals
I. Simplify each of
II
th e
Radicals
following
expressions.
1
7. Find the value of
.
2
8. Simplify by removing all possible factors from the
.
radical.
3
9. Simplify by
Emily Duval
MTH 111 College Algebra
Practice Exercises
Evaluate
1. Factor a common factor out of 2x3 - 1x2 + 12x .
2. Factor a common factor out of 1x3a2 + 15x2a5 -30x7a2z .
3. Factor 11a2 - 9 as a difference of two squares.
2. Factor 2x11 - 9 a1 as a dif
Emily Duval
MTH 111 College Algebra
Practice Exercises
Evaluate
1. Factor a common factor out of 4x3 - 6x2 + 12x .
2. Factor a common factor out of 6x3y2 + 15x2y5 -30x7y4z .
3. Factor 16y2 - 9 as a difference of two squares.
4. Factor 4x16 - 9 y6 as a dif
Emily Duval
MTH 111 College Algebra
Practice Exercises
Evaluate
Functions
1. The following example represents a correspondence f from A to B. Determine whether the
associated statements are true or false.
i) One element of A corresponds to two elements of
Math 111
Review for Exam #2
1) Solve the following system of equations by graphing. Label each line with its equation.
Check your solution in both equations.
2) Solve the following system of equations by the substitution method.
Check your solution in bot
Section 1.8 Notes: Linear Inequalities
The only difference between an equation and an inequality is that instead of an equal sign we use
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> _
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Property: For any three algebraic expressions, A, B, and C, if A<B then A+C < B+C. (This also
works with
MTH 111 College/Algebra/
REVIEW FOR FINAL EXAM
Part 1: Chapters 0-3
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