Shelby Hurst
HUMN 003
November 29, 2015
As human beings we, we engage in a series of struggles to develop as individuals and to find our own
place in society. Beyond that, we long for wisdom: we want to understand the nature of the universe and
the signif
What I have personally found to be most impactful this far into the introduction to mythology
and the topics that we have just begun to broach has been the reality of how myths and stories of
cultures past largely influence so many aspects of todays socie
The University of the State of New York REGENTS HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATION
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The University of the State of New York REGENTS HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATION
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MA 11100 1)
Exam 3A
Spring 2009
Solve this inequality and write the solution using interval notation.
x+3 3 5
A B C D E ( ,5] [11, 5] [5,5] (, 11] [5, ) (5, 5)
2)
The speed v(t ) , in miles per hour, at which a diver enters the water can be approximated b
MA 11100 1)
EXAM 1A 25 + 42 3(4 + 3)
Spring 20009
Evaluate the following using order of operations.
A B C D E
266 12 20 13 None of the Above
2)
Which statement is false? A B C D E 7.134 is a rational number. Every whole number is an integer. 49 = 5 4 > 0.
MA 111 1)
Exam 3A
Spring 2008
Which of the following would represent the solutions of 2( x 4) 6( x + 2) > x 45?
I
0 5
II III A B C D E 2) I only I and II II and III III only None of these
(,5) cfw_x | x > 5
Solve the inequality below. Write the solution u
MA 11100 1)
Regular Exam 1A
Fall 2008
Translate the following using mathematical symbols. Let x and y represent the numbers. Four less than half the sum of two numbers
A B C D E
1 (x + 2 1 2 1 2
y) 4
x+ y4 xy 4
1 2
4 ( x + y) 4
(
1 2
x+ y
)
m 2 [2(m n)]2