Math 109 Review
Please note: The following questions are additional review to supplement the in class
quizzes and the take- home-tests which serve as excellent review for this course. The final
exam may contain questions which are not in this review and t
Chapter 6: Linear Programming Examples (Monday 8 September)
1. Willow has decided to start a small farm. She is going to keep
hens and goats. A month of feed will cost $10 per hen and $20
per goat and she only has $200 per month to spend. Each hen
require
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MATH 109 Practice TEST # 1
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1. A specialty shop owner used a revenue function and a cost- volume function to analyze his
monthly sales. One month he found that with a sales volume of 1465 items he had revenues of
$32,962.50 and a total co
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Math 109 Practice Test # 2
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1. Sketch the feasible region for the following set of constraints: (use a ruler)
3 y 2x 0
y + 8 x 52
y 2 x 2 . Show all working leading to a solution. Find the maximum and minimum
x3
x 0, y 0
values of the objective
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MATH 109 Practice TEST # 3
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1. Two fair dice are rolled. Find each of the following probabilities:
a) The first die rolled shows a two or the sum of the results is six or seven. [1]
b) The sum is eleven or the second die shows a five. [2]
Math 109 Core Material
By studying the following core material, you will be preparing yourself for at least 90 percent of the questions on any term test or the
final exam. Moreover, any non-core questions will be similar to ones done in class and/or the h
Math 109 - Test #1 Review
Sections 1.1-1.4, 6.1-6.3, 2.1-2.2
1. Solve the following inequalities.
(a) 2x 4 < 10
(b) 4
2x3
3
< 12
2. Find the equation of the following lines in standard form.
(a) 4x + 3y = 6
(b) through the point (2, 5) with slope=3.
(c)