Math in Our World
Section 2.3
Using Venn Diagrams to Study
Set Operations
Learning Objectives
Illustrate set statements involving two sets
with Venn diagrams.
Illustrate set statements involving three sets
with Venn diagrams.
Use De Morgans laws.
Use
Math in Our World
Section 2.4
Using Sets to Solve Problems
Learning Objective
Solve problems by using Venn diagrams.
Using Venn Diagrams
with Two Sets
Step 1 Find the number of elements that are common to
both sets and write that number in region II.
Ste
Math in Our World
Section 2.1
The Nature of Sets
Learning Objectives
Define set.
Write sets in three different ways.
Classify sets as finite or infinite.
Define the empty set.
Find the cardinality of a set.
Decide if two sets are equal or equivalent
Practice Test 02
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B.10
C.18
D.11
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A.3
B.4
C.7
D.6
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Use inductive reasoning to nd a pattern, and then make a reasonable conjecture for the next number in the
sequence. 17 18 14 15 11 12 8 9 _
A.10
B.5
C.8
D.13
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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.7
B.3
C.6
D.4
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Find the area.
A.60 square feet
B.29 square feet
C.30 square feet
D.17 square feet
Part 2 of 30 - Unit 5 Q2
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Find the area.
A.1728 square miles
B.120 square miles
C.864 square miles
D.60 square miles
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A dress was reduced from $300 to $200. Find the percent of the reduction in price.
A.50%
B.40%
C.25%
D.33%
Part 2 of 30 - Unit 3 Q2
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The average teachers' and superintendents
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Convert the following using dimensional analysis. 45 inches to feet
A.530 ft
B.3.9 ft
C.540 ft
D.3 3/4ft
Part 2 of 30 - Unit 4 Q2
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Convert the following measurement to the sp
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A hospital is interested in learning about the degree to which patients are satisfied with the
service provided by the hospital, so when patients are discharged, a survey is given to every
5th patient. Determine the type o
Part 1 of 30 -
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How many different ways can 3 winning tickets be selected from 30 tickets if each ticket wins a
different prize?
A.24,360
B.24,260
C.24,860
D.24,460
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Math 125
Discussion Board #2
Mastermind
Directions:
Go to http:/nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vLibrary.html
Numbers and Operation 9 12
Mastermind
Your task is to guess the color sequence of the pegs. Begin by clicking Start Playing. Each
row represents a guess at
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Hello. I am a divorced 39-year-old returning to school. I am partially disabled. I have
one 23-year-old adopted daughter who is also in college right now for early childhood
education. I own a home and live with my daughter and my best friend,
Math 125
Investigation #6
Stick or Switch?
Directions:
You are the host of a game show! Your friend has the opportunity to win a car! All he
has to do is guess which card is covering the car.
You will need 3 cards or other kind of cover, a car and a frien
Math 125
Investigation #4
The Pythagorean Theorem
Directions:
On the following page you will find 2 frames and 11 puzzle pieces. Your task is to fit the pieces
into the 2 frames to create 2 equal areas. You should be able to drag and rotate the pieces. If
Locker Problem
There are 100 lockers in the hall for 100 students. The first student walks down the hall
and opens every locker.
The 2nd student closes every other locker
The 3rd student changes the state of every 3rd locker. If it is open he closes it. I
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1. List your Student Advisor(s). Alisa Berry
2. What are his/her business hours? 8:30 a.m. to 5p.m.
3. How are Student Advisors assigned to students? By degree and last name.
At a traditional college, the offices and tools that stude
Math 125
Investigation #5
Investigation #5: Raise or Fold?
Two pair - 2 of one number 2 10, J, Q, K or A and 2 of another.
Twopair.Wehave13C2equals78waystochoosethetwodifferentrankstobepaired,
4C2equals6waystoarrangeeachpair,and44waystopicktheremainingcar
Part 1 of 30 - Unit 6 Q1
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Evaluate the expression.
A.332,640
B.720
C.1
D.11,880
Part 2 of 30 - Unit 6 Q2
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How many different ways can 4 winning tickets be sele
A school dance has 228 students. There are 63 fewer girls than twice as many boys.
How many boys and girls attended the dance?
I will use B to represent the boys team and G to account for the girls team.
The total number of students is B+G=Students
228 =
The credit card I choose to write about is the Journey Student Rewards Credit Card from
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Simplify: 2(x 1) (x + 1)
A.x + 1 B.x 1 C.x 3 D.x + 3
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The simple interest (I)
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number in the sequence. 5 7 4 6 3 5 2 4
Word problemsproblems are not necessarily my favorite topic that we have learned so far in the
ladt four weeks, but they are the mathematic topic that I understandunderstand the best.Word
problems help everyday life by associating critical thinking as wel
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Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern, and then make a reasonable conjecture for the next
number in the sequence. 5 7 4 6 3 5 2 4
I have decided to renovate my Den/family room.I measure my dens length from corner to corner
first and come up with 11 Feet ling.Next I measured the width of my den , again from corner to
corner, and it measures 18 Feet wide.I no that carpet , tile , and
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Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern, and then make a reasonable conjecture for
the next number in the sequence. 14 17 13 16 12 15 11 14 _
A.11
B.10
C.17
D.18
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