Math 0098 Written Assignment #5
Modules 9 & 10
Name _ Section 98-_
Please show all work in a neat and orderly fashion in order to receive full credit for each problem.
No credit will be given for just an answer.
1.Write the following as a radical expressi
Mixture Problems
Here are a few tips to remember when solving mixture problems:
1. Construct a table showing the given information. It may also be helpful to sketch a diagram
similar to the diagram below in order to illustrate the given quantities.
2. Use
MATH 97 Final Exam Review
Revised Spring 06
This review does not include all topics covered on your Final Exam. However, it will provide a good review of most of the topics. Your
exam is 40 multiple choice questions.
Choose the best
answer for each
questi
Coin Problems
When solving coin problems, it is useful to construct a table showing the following information:
1. The number of each type of coin
2. The values of each coin
3. The total value in dollars of each type of coin
Example: Kelly received a play
1.1
Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
Inductive Reasoning:
Making a conjecture
from observations
Deductive Reasoning:
Reaching a conclusion from
established facts
Every day life examples
1) You hear on TV, people talk, you read in the print media
about in
Interest Problems
Interest is calculated using the following formula:
Interest = Principal Rate
Time
The principal is the amount of money invested, the rate is the annual rate of interest, and the time, as it
is used in the formula, is the number of years
ABSOLUTE VALUE INEQUALITIES
Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Step 4:
Step 5:
Isolate the absolute value expression
STOP! If the constant value is negative, you have a special case (see page 2)
Replace the inequality sign with an equal sign (=)
Set up 2 equations (
FinalExamReview
Math0098PrecollegeAlgebra
This study guide provides a good review of most of the topics in the course, but
do not use it as your only review source. Seek help on any problems you cannot
solve.
The Final Exam will be approximately 35
Translating Words Into Algebraic Expressions
ADDITION
Word or Phrase
Sum of
Added to
More than
Increased by
Plus
Greater than
Example
The sum of 5 and 3
6 added to 3
7 more than 3
2 increased by 5
3 plus 14
9 greater than -1
Numerical Expression
-5+3= -2
1.3
Problem Solving
Polyas four steps to solve a problem (pg 26)
Understand the problem
Devise a plan
Execute the plan
Check the answer
Missing information
1) If a student saves $34 per week, how long will
it take to save enough money to buy a computer?
W
Scientific Notation
For numbers greater than 1
300000000.0
For numbers less than 1
0.00000250
3.000000000
Put decimal point to the
right of the first nonzero number
0000002.50
Put decimal point to the
right of the first nonzero number
8 places
3.000000000
Work Problems
Here are a few tips to remember when solving work problems:
1. The units of measure must be the same. For example, you can't use both hours and minutes for
time in the same problem. You must convert all times into hours or minutes.
2. For ea
1.2
Estimation, Graphs and Mathematical Models
Estimation ~ approximate answer
Trade off precision versus convenience
Estimation
Rounding whole numbers (pg. 15)
1) According to a survey 26,670,545 people can speak
a language other than their native langua
Math 0098 Written Assignment #3
Modules 5 & 6
Name _ Section 98-_
Please show all work in a neat and orderly fashion in order to receive full credit for each problem.
No credit will be given for just an answer.
1. Find the slope of the line through the po
Math 0098 Written Assignment #4
Modules 7 & 8
Name _ Section 98-_
Please show all work in a neat and orderly fashion in order to receive full credit for each problem.
No credit will be given for just an answer.
1. Simplify.
a) ( 3u2 + 5u 7) + (u2 + 2u + 4
Solving Geometric Word Problems
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Draw a sketch of the geometric figure(s).
Label the sides using information given in the problem.
Choose the correct formula (ex: area, perimeter) for the given problem.
Substitute the data from the problem i
Distance Problems
In order to solve distance problems, you will need to use one of the following formulas:
i) Distance = Rate Time
ii) time =
distance
rate
iii) rate =
distance
time
In addition, you should always do the following:
1. Make a sketch to illu
Math 0098 Written Assignment #1
Modules 1 & 2
Name _ Section 98-_
Please show all work in a neat and orderly fashion in order to receive full credit for each problem.
No credit will be given for just an answer.
1. Evaluate.
6. Evaluate.
2
a) 7 3 =
20 4 2
Math 0098 Written Assignment #2
Modules 3 & 4
Name _ Section 98-_
Please show all work in a neat and orderly fashion in order to receive full credit for each problem.
No credit will be given for just an answer.
1. The figure shows a rectangular court.
6.
MATH 0097 Final Exam Review
Revised Summer 2009
This review does not include all topics covered on your Final Exam. However, it will provide a good review of most of the topics. The
Math 0097 Final Exam will contain at most 40 multiple choice questions.
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