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MATH110 Unit 04 Test
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Comment: Keep trying! I know that you can make it-you have done it previously. Try using your
practice tests and ask questions about the problems you don't understand.
Dr. Vigil
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The internet can be a powerful ally when you are trying to figure out how to solve a problem.
When you click on Section 3.1, Section 3.2 etc. on the right-hand navigation bar in MyMathLab there
are 4 areas that appear to the right:
Lecture and Text - many
School:
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Course Number:
MATH110
Course Name:
College Algebra
Credit Hours:
3 Credit Hours
Length of Course:
16 Weeks
Prerequisite:
While there are no pre-requisites for MATH110, the
course assumes the student has c
A bank teller has 54 $5 and $20 bills in her cash drawer. The value of
the bills is $780. How many $5 bills are there?
We are trying to find how many $5 bills the bank teller have in the cash
drawer. We know that have a total amount of $780 in 54 of $5 an
MATH110 Study Guide
These are the learning objectives from each section of the textbook. Go back
through and identify the problems for each objective and make certain that
you understand how to solve them. If you have questions about some of
these concept
School:
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Course Number:
MATH110
Course Name:
College Algebra
Credit Hours:
3 Credit Hours
Length of Course:
16 Weeks
Prerequisite:
While there are no pre-requisites for MATH110, the
course assumes the student has c
"8500" 'l OI (I)
Choose the location of the point (- 1, - 5)
A. Quadrant IV
B. Positive y-axis
C. Positive x-axis
D. Quadrant Ill In Quadrant III, both coordinates are negative. Feedback: Correct!
E. Quadrant I
F. Quadrant ll
6. Negative x-axis
H. Negati