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The length of a garden is double its width. There is a fence around the perimeter that measures 228 ft.
What are the length and width of the garden?
A.length = 80 ft, width = 40 ft
B.length =
Part 1 of 30 - Unit 2 Q1
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Simplify: 4(x 3) (x 5)
A.3x 7
B.3x 17
C.3x + 7
D.3x + 9
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The simple interest (I) on a certain amount of mone
Unit 01 Quiz
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Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern, and then make a reasonable conjecture for the next number in the sequence. 7 8 6
7 5 6 4 5 _
A.3
B.7
C.6
D.4
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Write a counterexample t
Quiz 2
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Simplify: 5(x + 2) (x + 1)
A.4x 9
B.4x + 4
C.4x + 11
D.4x + 9
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The simple interest (I) on a certain a
SELECTED ANSWERS
CHAPTER 1: PROBLEM SOLVING
Exercise Set 1-1
7. 37
9. 10
11. 72
13.
5 13 17 35, which is odd. 17. 52 2 12.5
Conjecture: The final answer is 10.
Conjecture: The final answer is 20.
12,345,679 72 12,345,679 9(8) 888,888,888
999,999 9 8,999,9
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A dress was reduced from $75 to $50. Find the percent of the reduction in price.
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A.33%
B.12%
C.50%
D.80%
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Th
The steepest cog railway is located in Lucerne, Switzerland. It is called Mt. Pilatus Railway. It is
4.6 km and runs up in the mountains from Alpnachstad and ends near Esel summit at an altitude
of 2073 m. The railway opened in June 1989. My grandmother t
Math 125 quiz 2
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Write the set using roster notation: cfw_x | x N and x > 25
A.cfw_x | x is a natural number greater than 25
B.cfw_x | x is a natural number less than 25
C.cfw_26, 27, 28, 29, . . .
D.cfw_25, 26, 27, 28, . .
FINAL EXAM MATH 125
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The length of a garden is double its width. There is a fence around the perimeter that measures 228 ft. What are
the length and width of the garden?
A.length = 40 ft, width = 80 ft
B.length = 80 ft, wid
Unit 02 Quiz
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Simplify: 4(x 3) (x 5)
A.3x 7
B.3x 17
C.3x + 7
D.3x + 9
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The simple interest (I) on a certain amount of money (p) that is invested at a specified interest rate (r) for a specifi
For this weeks post I choose to tackle problem #1 which is: John spent $201 shirts and
pants for work. Shirts cost $27 and pants cost $22. If he bought a total of 8 articles of clothing,
then how many of each kind did he buy?
Taking this information I for
Math 125 quiz 1
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Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern, and then make a reasonable conjecture for the next
number in the sequence. 13 15 11 13 9 11 7 9 _
A.11
B.13
C.5
D.7
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Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern, and then make a reasonable conjecture for the next
number in the sequence. 7 8 6 7 5 6 4 5 _
A.3
B.7
C.6
D.4
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Simplify: 5(x + 4) (x 1)
A.4x + 21
B.4x + 19
C.4x + 6
D.4x 21
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The campus dining hall is considering replacing the soft-serve ice cream machine with a
slushie machine. The student council wants to survey 100 students, so they randomly select 10
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Unit 08 - Final Exam
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Unit 07 Quiz
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Comment: Dan'te', Thanks for completing the quiz. Be sure to review it to identify the topics you
missed out on. Also, if you have trouble with any of the homework, you can work extra practice
problems from the textb
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Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern, and then make a reasonable conjecture for the next
number in the sequence. 11 14 10 13 9 12 8 11 _
A.7
B.8
C.15
D.14
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Convert the following using dimensional analysis. 75 inches to feet
A.6 1/4ft
B.890 ft
C.900 ft
D.6.3 ft
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Unit 06 Quiz
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Evaluate the expression.
A.332,640
B.1
C.2
D.11,880
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How many different ways can 2 winning tickets be selected from 40 tickets if each ticket wins a different prize?
A.2,060
B.1
Forum #2: Linear Equations in Real Life
Pick one of the following problems. Show how you would solve it using a system of linear equations.
1) John spent $201 shirts and pants for work. Shirts cost $27 and pants cost $22. If he bought a total of 8
article
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A computer manufacturer wishes to do a random inspection on 20 computers that are in their inventory.
They put all the serial numbers into a hat, mix them all up, then pick out 20 s
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The length of a garden is double its width. There is a fence around the perimeter that measures
186 ft. What are the length and width of the garden?
A.length = 31 ft, width = 62 ft
B.length = 6
Math for Liberal Arts Majors
Midterm Examination
Chapters 1 - 8
INSTRUCTIONS:
This is an open-book and open note examination. You may use your textbook, notes, your
computer and a calculator during the examination. However, you are not to consultin any
ma
ADDITIONAL EXERCISES
CHAPTER 1 SECTION 1-1
Critical Thinking
1. (a) Find a likely candidate for the next two numbers in the following sequence: 2, 4, 8, . . .
(b) Was your answer 16 and 32? How did you get that answer? Can
you find a formula with variable
Section 7-5 Linear Programming
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Section 7-5 Linear Programming
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
1. Use linear
programming to solve
real-world problems.
y
x
A typical polygonal region in a
linear programming problem.
The vertices are where the lines
intersect.
EXAMPL
Section 3-2 Truth Tables
Possibilities
101
Symbolic value of each
p q
1. p and q are both true.
T
T
2. p is true and q is false.
T
F
3. p is false and q is true.
F
T
4. p and q are both false.
F
F
So when setting up a truth table for a compound statement
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Chapter 8 Consumer Mathematics
The interest for the third year is $466.56, and the total interest for three years is
$400 $432 $466.56 $1,298.56. This is almost a hundred dollars more than
with simple interest.
Try This One 1
For an investment of $100
Section 6-6 Solving Quadratic Equations
EXAMPLE 1
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Writing a Quadratic Equation in Standard Form
Write each equation in standard form and identify a, b, and c.
(a) 7 9x2 3x
(b) 4x 15 3x2
(c) 5x2 25
SOLUTION
Math Note
All quadratic equations
e
with vari