Math Placement B-Test Sample Problems
(1) Perform the indicated operations and reduce the answer to lowest terms.
2
3
x 1
x +x
(a)
x2 + x
x2 + 1
(b)
x
1
+
+1
x+1 x1
(c)
3 x1
9 x12
(2) Express in simplified form with no negative exponents: x5 y 7
x8 y 9

Interval Notation Supplement
Inequality
Interval
Natation
Set-Builder
Notation
a xb
a, b
x | a x b
a xb
a, b
x | a x b
a xb
a, b
x | a x b
a xb
a, b
x | a x b
ax
a,
x | a x
ax
a,
x | a x
bx
,b
x | b x
b x
,b
x | b x
x a or x b
, a b, x | x

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New Vocehniary
even integer
odd integer
consecutive integers
consecutive even integers
consecutive odd integers
Discuss the Concepts
1. a. How can we represent
three consecutive
integers using one
variable?
a, n + t, o + 2
12. Can we represent the
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Math 1050
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