MGF 1107-Math for Liberal Arts II-Final Exam Study Guide
Spring 2015
The final exam will consist of three parts: both a multiple choice and free response section allowing a scientific
calculator, and a free response section that must be completed without
M25 Semester 2 Mid
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Part 1: No Calculator
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1.
Evaluate (questions 3 -7) each expression if
a = -2
b = -3
c=4
d=6
3.
6.
4.
7.
5.
8.
The slope of a line is -3 and passes through the point (1, 4).
a. What is the slope?
b. What is
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Proportions
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Statistics-mean median mode
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Scatter plots
Box and whisker
Line of best fit
Inverse Relationship
Area
Square Roots
Pythagorean Theorem
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Final Review
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Graph.
1.
2.
y x 2 2x 1
y x 2 3
y
y
x
3. Find the vertex of the quadratic equation:
x
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2
y x 6 x 11
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Simplify.
4.
3 8i 12 6i
5.
1 2i 11 i
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Solve.
6.
3x 2 225
7.
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Solve the equation.
8.
x 2 4
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