Module 3 Practice Test
FLVS Pre-Calculus
1.
Write in exponential form:
2.
Write in logarithmic form:
3.
Evaluate exactly without using a calculator:
4.
Use the properties of logs to expand
5.
Find the domain of
6.
Condense the logarithmic expression to a
Question 1
(Worth 1 points)
You measure the weights of 24 male runners. You do not
actually choose an SRS, but you are willing to assume that
these runners are a random sample from the population of
male runners in your town or city. Here are their weight
Question 1
(Worth 2 points)
Suppose that a frequency histogram and a cumulative
frequency histogram are constructed from the same set of
data, using the same classes. Then, for each class,
the frequency is less than the cumulative frequency
the frequency
Question 1
(Worth 1 points)
The 2000 census "long form" asked the total 1999 income of
the householder, the person in whose name the dwelling unit
was owned or rented. This census form was sent to a random
sample of 17% of the nation's households. Suppose
Question 1
(Worth 4 points)
You are conducting a significance test on patients' blood. You
are testing for cancer based upon whether or not the white
blood cell count is higher than a given threshold. The
threshold is your null hypothesis while your alter
Question 1
(Worth 4 points)
Describe in detail the steps needed to conduct a significance
test. Be sure to address how you write hypotheses, conduct
calculations, and write conclusions. Through your response,
show me that you know how to complete an entir
Question 1
(Worth 1 points)
For the following assignment:
a) Identify the question, population, and sample.
b) Discuss any potential bias or lurking variables that may
affect the results.
c) Write about the extent to which we can generalize the
findings t
Question 1
(Worth 1 points)
In order to ensure the safety of school classrooms the local
Fire Marshall does an inspection at Thomas Jefferson High
School every month, looking for faulty wiring, overloaded
circuits, etc. At TJHS the new Academic Wing has 5
QUESTION 1
Below is a data set consisting of 33 whole number
observations. Its five-number summary is:
(16, 20, 22, 30, 46).
Is it possible that there is no observation equal to 22?
Explain briefly.
Essay Submission
Yes, it could be possible because the m
04.05b Analyzing the Sine and Cosine Functions
Assessment
Respond to one of the following choices in a word processing document. Your
typed explanation must contain at least 100 words and should be answered with
complete sentences.
Choice #2: Describe eac
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Chapter 2 Practice Test
1)
2)
Write the equation of a quadratic function with vertex at (-1, -2)
Write the equation in standard form y=a( xh)2+ k . State the vertex and all intercepts.
y=4 x 2 -4x+21
3) Find all zeros of the polynomial function and state
Question 1
(Worth 1 points)
Is the following situation a binomial setting? Explain how it
does or does not meet the conditions of a binomial setting.
A manufacturer produces a large number of microwaves.
From past experience, the manufacturer knows that
a