Chapter Six Test
6 x 2 7 x 2
2
1. Find the domain of 6 x 5 x 6
A)
B)
C)
D)
all real numbers excluding 2/3 and -3/2
all real numbers excluding 2/3
all real numbers excluding -3/2
all real numbers excluding 0
Answer: A)
2.
2 x2 2 y 2
2
2
Simplify 2 x 4 xy 2
Chapter 10 Test
1.
Which of the following is the graph of the upper half of a circle whose center is at
the origin and whose radius is 5 ?
A) y = 25 - x 2
B) y = x 2 - 25
C) x 2 +y 2 =25
D) y = 25 - x 2
Answer: A)
2.
Complete the square to write the equat
Algebra For College Students
Chapter Ten
10.1 Warm up Exercises
1. The greatest integer function, f ( x) =[ x ] is discontinuous at
A)
all integers
B)
all positive whole numbers only
C)
all real numbers
D)
all whole numbers only
Answer: A)
2. Which functi
Cumulative Test 4
1. The recommended dosage of a particular medicine is directly proportional to the
weight of the individual taking the medicine. If 25 milliliters are prescribed for a
patient of 50 pounds, how much medication is recommended for a person
Capstone Project: (by William Radulovich)
A standard syllabus for MAT 1033 (Intermediate Algebra) will be developed. It is
important to clearly identify the major goals and all the objectives of the course as well as
ones educational philosophy. Once goal
The successful student should develop:
An appreciation of mathematics
Confidence in their abilities to learn and use mathematics
A positive attitude toward mathematics
Critical thinking skills
The successful student has reliably demonstrated the abili
General Goals of Introductory College Mathematics Classes:
I. Mathematics and its applications should permeate the undergraduate curriculum.
Students should be able to see connections between mathematics and other
disciplines. The introductory mathematics
Learning outcomes for MAT 1033 (20053)
Group
A
B
C
Students
David Brown , Brandi Epps, Bruce Holland
Lori Gilmore, Lindsey Olsen, Joel Black
Mindy McDuffy, Arlene Pecayo, Analisa Brown, Kathy Rapanick
Assignment: Students are assigned in Groups A, B and C
Summary of class experiment using the Sullivan Intermediate
Algebra text
By William Radulovich
1) What was the passing rate of your class that used Sullivan/Struve and how
does it compare to your typical pass rate for this course?
The passing rate (A,B,C)
MAT 1033 Take Home Assignment:
1. Login to the Internet and type in this address: www.ams.org/ams/mathmoments.html
2. Click on any of the math articles of interest to you.
3. Read the article and write a one page summary (in your own words).
4. If possibl
Learning outcomes for MAT 1033 (20053)
1.
perform operations on sets and subsets and use proper notation
and symbolism .
2.
evaluate formulas used in other disciplines such as science,
business, statistics, geometry and other applied areas
involving routi
Chapter 7 Roots, Radicals
and complex numbers
7.1 Roots and radicals
The period of a pendulum, T, is given by the following
equation:
L
T =2p
32
L represents the length of the pendulum. If one
substitutes various values for the variable L, the period
of t
Cumulative Test 5
1.
Find the root
( x - 5) 2
A) x 5
B) x - 5
C) 5 x
D) none of above
Answer: B)
2.
Find the root
x 2 +6 x +9
A) x + 3
B) -( x + 3)
C) cannot be determined
D) x +3
Answer: D)
3.
Find the root
A)
a10
B)
a 20
a10
C) both A and B are correct
Intermediate Algebra 6/e corrections
2.1 Warm up Exercises
- [ 4 - ( x - 2] =- x - 2 +2 x
5. Solve for x:
A) x = 1
B) contradiction
C) all real numbers
D) x=-1
Answer: B)
3.3 Warm up exercises
5. Identify the false statement below:
A) The equation f ( x )
Chapter Six
6.1 Warm up Exercises
1. Simplify
A)
B)
C)
D)
m2 - n2
.
m- n
mn
m
m+n
already simplified
Answer: C)
9 x 2 1
2
2. Simplify: 9 x - 1
A)
B)
C)
D)
already simplified
-1
1
1
3x 1
Answer: A)
3. Find the domain of
A)
B)
C)
D)
2 x 12
x x - 30
2
all re
Chapter 11
11.1 Warm up Exercises
1.
Find the fiftieth term of this sequence: 2, 7, 12, 17,
A) 247
B) 252
C) 242
D) 257
Answer A)
2.
Find the sixty first term of the sequence: 5, 9, 13, 17,
A) 241
B) 237
C) 249
D) 245
Answer: D)
3.
Find the general term
Chapter 7
7.1 Warm up Exercises
1. Find the root
A)
8
25
B)
16
5
C)
3
5
4
D)
4
5
Answer: D)
2. Evaluate:
A)
4
3
B)
3
4
C)
9
16
D)
21
64
Answer: B)
4
81
256
64
125
3.
Find the root
5
- 32
A) 2
B) cannot be determined since radicand is negative
C) -2
D) -6.
Chapter 11 Test
1.
Find the seventh term of the arithmetic sequence for which a3 =8 and d = 3.
A) 23
B) 17
C) 26
D) 20
Answer: D)
2.
Find the sum of the first 50 natural numbers:
A) 2500
B) 2450
C) 1250
D) 1275
Answer: D)
3.
Mr. Benrezi is given a startin
Chapter 7 Test
1.
Find the root
( x - 5) 2
A) x 5
B) x - 5
C) 5 x
D) none of above
Answer: B)
2.
Find the root
x 2 +6 x +9
A) x + 3
B) -( x + 3)
C) cannot be determined
D) x +3
Answer: D)
3.
Find the root
a 20
A) a10
10
B) a
C) both A and B are correct
D)
Chapter 7
7.1 Warm up Exercises
1. Find the root
3
8
25
16
B)
5
5
C)
4
4
D)
5
A)
Answer: D)
2. Evaluate:
A)
4
3
B)
3
4
C)
9
16
D)
21
64
Answer: B)
4
81
256
64
125
3.
Find the root
5
- 32
A) 2
B) cannot be determined since radicand is negative
C) -2
D) -6.
Chapter 8 Test
1.
2
Solve the equation by completing the square: x - 9 x =
A) -
- 17
4
17 1
,2
2
B)
17 1
,
2 2
C)
1
2
D)
17
2
Answer: B)
2.
Solve the equation by completing the square: - 6 x =3x 2 - 2
A) - 1 +
15
3
B) - 1 -
15
3
C) - 1
15
3
D) - 1
6
3
A
Chapter 8
8.1 Warm up Exercises
1. Use the square root property to solve each equation:
x 2 =64
A) x = 8
B) x = - 8
C) x = 8 , x = - 8
D) x = 8i
Answer: C)
2
2. Use the square root property to solve ( 2 x +1) =25
A) 3 , 2
B) -3
C) 2
D) -3 , 2
Answer: D)
3
Chapter 7 Test
1.
Find the root
( x - 5) 2
A) x 5
B) x - 5
C) 5 x
D) none of above
Answer: B)
2.
Find the root
x 2 +6 x +9
A) x + 3
B) -( x + 3)
C) cannot be determined
D) x +3
Answer: D)
3.
Find the root
a 20
A) a10
10
B) a
C) both A and B are correct
D)
Chapter 8
8.1 Warm up Exercises
1. Use the square root property to solve each equation:
x 2 =64
A) x = 8
B) x = - 8
C) x = 8 , x = - 8
D) x = 8i
Answer: C)
2
2. Use the square root property to solve ( 2 x +1) =25
A) 3 , 2
B) -3
C) 2
D) -3 , 2
Answer: D)
3
Chapter 9
9.1 Warm up Exercises
1. Let f(x) = x + 2 and g(x) = x 2 -1. Find (fog)(2)
A) 2
B) g(2)
C) 3
D) 5
Answer: D)
2. Another way to express (gof)(x) is
A) g ( x) f ( x)
B) g(f(x)
C) g(x) + f(x)
D) none of the above
Answer : B)
3. Is S a one to one fu