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Math 012 - Quiz #1 - Chapter 1 Name___________________________________ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement...

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Math 012 - Quiz #1 - Chapter 1 Name___________________________________ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Determine whether the statement is true or false. 1) - 3 + 3 = - ( - 3 - 3) A) True B) False 1) Simplify. 2) (8)(7) + {24 ÷ [8 - (3 + 2)]} A) 66 B) 64 C) 65 D) 63 2) Evaluate the expression for the given replacement values. 3) y - 7x 5x - xz when x = - 3, y = 4, and z = - 4 A) - 8 9 B) 17 3 C) - 25 27 D) 17 27 3) Write the statement using mathematical symbols. 4) Negative three is equal to x divided by the difference of ten and x. A) - 3 = x 10 - x B) - 3 - x = x 10 C) - 3 = x x - 10 D) - 3 = x 10 - x 4) Simplify the expression. 5) 3 4 a + 1 2 - 1 2 a + 4 5 A) 1 4 a - 3 10 B) - 5 4 a + 13 10 C) 1 4 a + 13 10 D) - 5 4 a - 3 10 5) 6) - 3a - 2 - 12(a - 5) A) - 15a + 3 B) 15a + 3 C) 15a + 58 D) - 15a + 58 6) 7) (2.3y - 5.2) - (9.1y - 4.0) A) 11.4y - 1.2 B) 11.4y - 9.2 C) - 6.8y - 1.2 D) - 6.8y - 9.2 7) 1
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Missed Question Question ­5<2(X+4)<8
Solution ­5<2(X+4)<8
Dividing inequality by 2 we get,
­5/2 < 2(X+4) /2 <8/2
­2.5 < X+4 < 4
Subtracting 4 throughout the inequality...

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