Rules and Logistic Issues for Exam One and Two
As you know Exams one and two are take home exams. You will receive a Word document containing
Exams via the Assignments section of Desire2Learn. You are to do the exam on your own. You can use
all your notes
Converted
US Dollars Currency
0
0
10
1079.2
20
2158.4
30
3237.6
40
4316.8
50
5396
Exchange Rate:
Country Name:
Website Used:
107.92
Japan
http:/www.x-rates.com
Place your graph below:
Exchange Rate Between USD and JPY
6000
5000
Japanese Yen
4000
3000
2000
Width
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
Area
275.0
500.0
675.0
800.0
875.0
900.0
875.0
800.0
675.0
500.0
Use the smooth marked scatter plot to create a
graph describing the width and area.
Place your graph below:
Moose's Play Area
1000.0
900.0
800.0
700.0
600.
a
-0.00132
b
c
0.659
Solution 1
Solution 2
4.1
-6.145889256 505.3883135
Type a formula in cell D2 that finds one of the two solutions from the
quadratic formula based on cells A2, B2, and C2. Then type a similar formula
in cell E2 that finds the other sol
Lets see a problem.
PLUS
Four Apples
EQUALS . . .
Three Apples
How Many Apples Will We Have In All?
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Lets see a Subtraction problem.
MINUS
Six Pumpkins
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Equals.
Four Pumpkins
The Answer is.
If we have 5 people, and 2 shoe
lb),
)0 3
8-)
I25)
F'Faw 2
('h M3 8)
3, an
24
o 17:32) (
l
.
l 7a), (if: 3 )
, 'm
a (W
V.) )1
l;
0 g.) ,
(AU\5 d
= 0n
3 Rat
E03 (
i
ha)
A.) a
3'
P
(9R
M
mm
ham-
E 04: \feka
RI
"5
'0
a
51k
\5 0x
n95?
A
DeFm
m-
o
M
134' Q
0.
3
2
hcoh
64
35 Q
\
53
"NM.
C.
Quiz 6: Sections 7.1, 7.2 (No Calculator) Name:
MTH 95, Fong, Spring 2015 Forlnsmwmr use ) Score: [25 points
Complete the following problems, showing all work and usin r0 er notation as demonstrated in
class. You will be graded not only on your solution,
Exam 1: Sections 2.1, 3.1, 3.3-3.5, 8.1-8.4 Name: Sol UHgnb
MTH 95, FOIIg, Spring 2015 For instmcroruse 9 SCOPE: [200 pOintS
Part 1: N0 Calculator
Complete the following problems, showing all work and using proper notation consistent with that
demonstrate
MTH 95: Exam I Review
Complete the following exercises to help you review for the upcoming exam. The solutions can be found at the end. In
addition to this review packet, you should also look at past lectures and quizzes.
1.
State the definition of:
a. Fu
Quiz 3: Sections 8.1 - 8.3 (Calculator Not Allowed) Name: : QDiL/(hm 5
MTH 95, Fong, Spring 2015 For instructor use -) SCOPE: _ /25 points
Complete the following problems, showing all work and using groger notation as demonstrated in class.
You will be gr
Quiz 5: Sections 6.3, 6.5 (No Calculator) Name: (1 )igfbbg
MTH 95, Fang, Spring 2015 Farinstmcmruse 9 Score: " [25 points
Complete the following problems, showing all work and using proper notation as demonstrated in class.
You will be graded not only on
QuizZ: Sections 3.3 - 3.5 (Calculator Allowed) Name: 6 O lUChO 5
MTH 95, FOIlg, Spring 2015 Farlnsrrucmr use -) SCOPE: l25 pOiIltS
Complete the following problems, showing all work and using proper notation as demonstrated in class.
You will be graded not
Quiz 1: Sections 2.1, 3.1 Name: +1005
MTH 95, Fong, Spring 2015 Formsrmcmrure -> SCOPE: ['25 points
Complete the following problems, showing all work and using proper notation as demonstrated in class.
You will be graded not only on your solution, but als
Quiz 7: Sections 7.3, 7.4 (No Calculator) Name: 50 Igms
MTl-I 9S, Fong, Spring 2015 For instmctor use 9 Score: ['25 points
Complete the following problems, showing all work and using groper notation as demonstrated in
class. You will be graded not only on
Quiz 4: Sections 6.2 (Calculator Not Allowed) Name: S DlulOnf)
MTH 95, Fong, Spring 2015 For instmctor use 9 SCOPE: l25 points
Complete the following problems, showing all work and using proper notation as demonstrated in class.
You will be graded not onl
Raymond Yelvington
Assignment Module 8 Exercises due 03/06/2017 at 11:59pm PST
mth065-trude-201701
If there are no real solutions, enter no real solutions
Solution:
There are a few ways to solve this equation- this equation does
not easily factor, so we
Raymond Yelvington
Assignment Module 7 Exercises due 02/27/2017 at 11:59pm PST
mth065-trude-201701
There are a few ways to solve quadratic equations- the easiest
way to solve this particular type of problem is to factor and then
use the zero product princ
Raymond Yelvington
Assignment Module 1 Exercises due 01/20/2017 at 11:59pm PST
mth065-trude-201701
For this problem, both equations are given in slope-intercept
form. We graph each lines y-intercept, and then draw slope
triangles. See the graph:
1. (1 poi
Raymond Yelvington
Assignment Module 3 Exercises due 01/30/2017 at 11:59pm PST
mth065-trude-201701
1. (1 point)
4. (1 point)
Find the product
Find the product of the two binomials.
(5x13 y15 )(2x4 y5 ) =
Solution:
We multiply the polynomials using the rul
Raymond Yelvington
Assignment Module 5 Exercises due 02/13/2017 at 11:59pm PST
mth065-trude-201701
The greatest common factor is 10, so we can factor the polynomial as follows:
1. (1 point)
Find the greatest common factor of the following three terms
10x
Raymond Yelvington
Assignment Module 9 Exercises due 03/13/2017 at 11:59pm PDT
mth065-trude-201701
So these two numbers are 2 and 2. The minimum product is
4.
1. (1 point)
One number is 4 less than a second number. Find a pair of such
number that their pr
Raymond Yelvington
Assignment Module 6 Exercises due 02/20/2017 at 11:59pm PST
mth065-trude-201701
1. (1 point)
Looking at the corresponding sums, we want a sum of 13, and
this sum happens with 8 + 5 = 13 So we write
Factor the given polynomial
4x2 + 13x
Raymond Yelvington
Assignment Module 2 Exercises due 01/23/2017 at 11:59pm PST
mth065-trude-201701
Substitute y = 9 into x + y = 22, and we have x = 13.
1. (1 point)
The solution to the system of equations is (13, 9). This implies
that there are 13 multip
Nicolas Welty
Lab Assignment 1
October 3, 2016
In this problem, we were given an equation for an object being dropped from an elevation of 200 feet.
This equation represents the height of that object after t seconds have elapsed, and can be written as
suc