# Quiz 10: Sequences, Series and Probability

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Q 4Q 4

Bode's sequence, defined by can be used to approximate distances of planets from the sun. These distances are measured in astronomical units, with 1 AU = 93,000,000 mi. For example, the third term corresponds to earth and the fifth term to the minor planet Ceres. Find the 4th term of the sequence.
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Q 7Q 7

A company is to distribute $29,000 in bonuses to its top five salespeople. The fifth salesperson on the list will receive $4,600, and the difference in bonus money between successively ranked salespeople is to be constant. Find the bonus for each salesperson.
A)$6,400, $5,800, $5,200, $4,600, $4,000
B)$6,800, $6,700, $6,300, $5,900, $4,600
C)$7,000, $6,500, $6,100, $5,700, $4,600
D)$7,000, $6,400, $5,800, $5,200, $4,600
E)$6,800, $6,600, $6,200, $5,800, $4,600

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Q 8Q 8

Find the third term of the geometric sequence whose first two terms are 4 and 16.
A)28
B)40
C)1,024
D)64
E)256

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Q 9Q 9

A rubber ball is dropped from a height of 50 feet. If it rebounds approximately two-thirds the distance after each fall, use an infinite geometric series to approximate the total distance the ball travels.
A)200 ft
B)50 ft
C)250 ft
D)150 ft
E)400 ft

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Q 10Q 10

Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the equivalent expression for every positive integer n.
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Q 11Q 11

Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the factor of the expression. Hint:
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B)
C)
D)n
E)

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Q 12Q 12

Express the sum in terms of n. (Hint: Use the theorem on sums to write the sum as . Next, use the following formulas and the theorem on the sum of a constant.)
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Q 18Q 18

Without expanding completely, find the term in the expansion of the expression that contains .
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Q 20Q 20

If seven basketball teams are in a tournament, find the number of different ways that first, second, and third place can be decided, assuming ties are not allowed.
A)42
B)210
C)6
D)1,680
E)840

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Q 21Q 21

A girl has four skirts, nine blouses and two sweaters. How many different skirt-blouse-sweater combinations can she wear?
A)72
B)15
C)82
D)36
E)68

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Q 22Q 22

Consider any four points such that no three are collinear. How many lines are determined?
A)24
B)2
C)12
D)6
E)4

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Q 23Q 23

To win a state lottery game, a player must correctly select six numbers from the numbers 1 through 45. Find the total number of selections possible.
A)720
B)8,145,060
C)45
D)977,407,200
E)6

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Q 24Q 24

In a round-robin tennis tournament, every player meets every other player exactly once. How many players can participate in a tournament of 55 matches?
A)22
B)11
C)10
D)14
E)55

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Q 25Q 25

A single card is drawn from a deck. Find the probability that the card is either black or a face card.
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B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 29Q 29

Bode's sequence, defined by can be used to approximate distances of planets from the sun. These distances are measured in astronomical units, with 1 AU = 93,000,000 mi. For example, the third term corresponds to earth and the fifth term to the minor planet Ceres. Find the 5th term of the sequence.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 30Q 30

Find the sum of the arithmetic sequence that satisfies the stated conditions.
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B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 32Q 32

A company is to distribute $34,000 in bonuses to its top five salespeople. The fifth salesperson on the list will receive $5,600, and the difference in bonus money between successively ranked salespeople is to be constant. Find the bonus for each salesperson.
A)$8,000, $7,600, $7,200, $6,800, $5,600
B)$8,000, $7,700, $7,300, $6,900, $5,600
C)$8,000, $7,500, $7,100, $6,700, $5,600
D)$7,400, $6,800, $6,200, $5,600, $5,000
E)$8,000, $7,400, $6,800, $6,200, $5,600

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Q 33Q 33

Find the third term of the geometric sequence whose first two terms are 3 and 9.
A)15
B)21
C)243
D)27
E)81

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Q 34Q 34

A rubber ball is dropped from a height of 60 feet. If it rebounds approximately two-thirds the distance after each fall, use an infinite geometric series to approximate the total distance the ball travels.
A)300 ft
B)480 ft
C)240 ft
D)60 ft
E)180 ft

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Q 35Q 35

Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the equivalent expression for every positive integer n.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 36Q 36

Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the factor of the expression. Hint:
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)n

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Q 37Q 37

Express the sum in terms of n. (Hint: Use the theorem on sums to write the sum as . Next, use the following formulas and the theorem on the sum of a constant.)
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 43Q 43

Without expanding completely, find the term in the expansion of the expression that contains .
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Q 45Q 45

If eleven basketball teams are in a tournament, find the number of different ways that first, second, and third place can be decided, assuming ties are not allowed.
A)110
B)6
C)7,920
D)990
E)11,880

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Q 46Q 46

A girl has three skirts, six blouses and two sweaters. How many different skirt-blouse-sweater combinations can she wear?
A)11
B)18
C)36
D)46
E)32

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Q 47Q 47

Consider any six points such that no three are collinear. How many lines are determined?
A)3
B)15
C)720
D)360
E)6

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Q 48Q 48

To win a state lottery game, a player must correctly select six numbers from the numbers 1 through 45. Find the total number of selections possible.
A)45
B)977,407,200
C)6
D)720
E)8,145,060

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Q 49Q 49

In a round-robin tennis tournament, every player meets every other player exactly once. How many players can participate in a tournament of 66 matches?
A)24
B)66
C)10
D)12
E)11

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Q 50Q 50

A single card is drawn from a deck. Find the probability that the card is either red or a two.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 54Q 54

Bode's sequence, defined by can be used to approximate distances of planets from the sun. These distances are measured in astronomical units, with 1 AU = 93,000,000 mi. For example, the third term corresponds to earth and the fifth term to the minor planet Ceres. Find the 5th term of the sequence.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 55Q 55

Find the sum of the arithmetic sequence that satisfies the stated conditions.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 57Q 57

A company is to distribute $28,000 in bonuses to its top five salespeople. The fifth salesperson on the list will receive $4,400, and the difference in bonus money between successively ranked salespeople is to be constant. Find the bonus for each salesperson.
A)$7,000, $6,400, $6,000, $5,600, $4,400
B)$6,200, $5,600, $5,000, $4,400, $3,800
C)$6,800, $6,300, $5,900, $5,500, $4,400
D)$7,000, $6,500, $6,100, $5,700, $4,400
E)$6,800, $6,200, $5,600, $5,000, $4,400

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Q 58Q 58

Find the fifth term of the geometric sequence whose first two terms are 3 and 6.
A)18
B)32
C)96
D)9
E)48

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Q 59Q 59

A rubber ball is dropped from a height of 45 feet. If it rebounds approximately two-thirds the distance after each fall, use an infinite geometric series to approximate the total distance the ball travels.
A)45 ft
B)315 ft
C)225 ft
D)270 ft
E)180 ft

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Q 60Q 60

Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the equivalent expression for every positive integer n.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 61Q 61

Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the factor of the expression. Hint:
A)
B)n
C)
D)
E)

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Q 62Q 62

Express the sum in terms of n. (Hint: Use the theorem on sums to write the sum as . Next, use the following formulas and the theorem on the sum of a constant.)
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 68Q 68

Without expanding completely, find the term in the expansion of the expression that contains .
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D)
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Q 70Q 70

If ten basketball teams are in a tournament, find the number of different ways that first, second, and third place can be decided, assuming ties are not allowed.
A)720
B)90
C)6
D)7,920
E)5,040

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Q 71Q 71

A girl has three skirts, ten blouses and five sweaters. How many different skirt-blouse-sweater combinations can she wear?
A)160
B)18
C)120
D)146
E)150

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Q 72Q 72

Consider any nine points such that no three are collinear. How many lines are determined?
A)36
B)362,880
C)4
D)181,440
E)9

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Q 73Q 73

To win a state lottery game, a player must correctly select six numbers from the numbers 1 through 45. Find the total number of selections possible.
A)977,407,200
B)8,145,060
C)720
D)45
E)6

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Q 74Q 74

In a round-robin tennis tournament, every player meets every other player exactly once. How many players can participate in a tournament of 78 matches?
A)26
B)14
C)13
D)78
E)12

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Q 75Q 75

A single card is drawn from a deck. Find the probability that the card is either red or a two.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 78Q 78

Bode's sequence, defined by can be used to approximate distances of planets from the sun. These distances are measured in astronomical units, with 1 AU = 93,000,000 mi. For example, the third term corresponds to earth and the fifth term to the minor planet Ceres. Find the 6th term of the sequence.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 79Q 79

Find the specified term of the arithmetic sequence that has the two given terms.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 80Q 80

Find the number of terms in the arithmetic sequence with the given conditions. ,
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B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 81Q 81

A pile of logs has 34 logs in the bottom layer, 32 in the second layer, 30 in the third, and so on. The top layer contains 12 logs. Find the total number of logs in the pile.
A)276 logs
B)270 logs
C)552 logs
D)274 logs
E)272 logs

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Q 82Q 82

A bicycle rider coasts downhill, traveling 7 feet the first second. In each succeeding second, the rider travels 4 feet farther than in the preceding second. If the rider reaches the bottom of the hill in 8 seconds, find the total distance traveled.
A)164 feet
B)172 feet
C)160 feet
D)152 feet
E)168 feet

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Q 83Q 83

A contest will have five cash prizes totaling $6,000, and there will be a $100 difference between successive prizes. Find the first prize.
A)$1,900
B)$1,400
C)$1,700
D)$1,600
E)$1,800

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Q 84Q 84

Find the total length of the red-line curve in the figure if the width of the maze formed by the curve is 32 inches and all halls in the maze have width 2 inches. in. and in.
A)548 inches
B)544 inches
C)538 inches
D)540 inches
E)612 inches

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Q 86Q 86Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the equivalent expression for every positive integer n.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 87Q 87Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the equivalent expression for every positive integer n.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 88Q 88

Find the smallest positive integer j for which the statement is true.
A)19
B)256
C)16
D)12
E)15

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Q 89Q 89Express the sum in terms of n. (Hint: Use the theorem on sums to write the sum as . Next, use the following formulas and the theorem on the sum of a constant.)
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 91Q 91

Without expanding completely, find the middle term in the expansion of the expression.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 92Q 92

If eleven basketball teams are in a tournament, find the number of different ways that first, second, and third place can be decided, assuming ties are not allowed.
A)110
B)6
C)7,920
D)11,880
E)990

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Q 93Q 93

A girl has three skirts, five blouses and four sweaters. How many different skirt-blouse-sweater combinations can she wear?
A)70
B)60
C)12
D)56
E)45

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Q 94Q 94

In how many different ways can a test consisting of seven true-or-false questions be completed?
A)49
B)128
C)256
D)14
E)9

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Q 96Q 96

A committee of 4 men and 3 women is to be chosen from a group of 11 men and 5 women. Determine the number of different ways of selecting the committee.
A)4
B)330
C)3,300
D)79,200

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Q 97Q 97

To win a state lottery game, a player must correctly select six numbers from the numbers 1 through 49. Find the total number of selections possible if a player selects only even numbers.
A)144
B)96,909,120
C)6,991,908
D)134,596
E)60,410,085,120

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Q 98Q 98

A committee is going to select 28 students from a pool of 800 to receive scholarships. How may ways could the students be selected if each scholarship is worth the same amount?
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 99Q 99

During 1990, smoking caused 418,890 deaths in the United States. Of these deaths, cardiovascular disease accounted for 179,820, cancer for 151,322, and respiratory diseases such as emphysema for 84,475. Find the probability that a smoking-related death was the result of either cardiovascular disease or cancer.
A)0.791
B)0.803
C)0.786
D)0.813
E)0.209

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Q 100Q 100

A man is 54 years old and a woman is 34 years old. The probability that the man will be alive in 10 years is 0.77, whereas the probability that the woman will be alive 10 years from now is 0.94. Assume that their life expectancies are unrelated. a) Find the probability that they will both be alive 10 years from now.
B) Find the probability that neither one will be alive 10 years from now.
C) Find the probability that at least one of the two will be alive 10 years from now.
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B)
C)
D)
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Q 103Q 103

Bode's sequence, defined by can be used to approximate distances of planets from the sun. These distances are measured in astronomical units, with 1 AU = 93,000,000 mi. For example, the third term corresponds to earth and the fifth term to the minor planet Ceres. Find the 5th term of the sequence.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 104Q 104

Find the specified term of the arithmetic sequence that has the two given terms.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 105Q 105

Find the number of terms in the arithmetic sequence with the given conditions. ,
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 106Q 106

A pile of logs has 28 logs in the bottom layer, 27 in the second layer, 26 in the third, and so on. The top layer contains 20 logs. Find the total number of logs in the pile.
A)212 logs
B)432 logs
C)217 logs
D)214 logs
E)216 logs

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Q 107Q 107

A bicycle rider coasts downhill, traveling 7 feet the first second. In each succeeding second, the rider travels 4 feet farther than in the preceding second. If the rider reaches the bottom of the hill in 15 seconds, find the total distance traveled.
A)525 feet
B)517 feet
C)529 feet
D)521 feet
E)513 feet

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Q 108Q 108

A contest will have five cash prizes totaling $11,000, and there will be a $400 difference between successive prizes. Find the first prize.
A)$3,800
B)$3,000
C)$2,200
D)$5,000
E)$3,400

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Q 109Q 109

Find the total length of the red-line curve in the figure if the width of the maze formed by the curve is 48 inches and all halls in the maze have width 3 inches. in. and in.
A)816 inches
B)810 inches
C)918 inches
D)804 inches
E)813 inches

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Q 111Q 111Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the equivalent expression for every positive integer n.
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B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 112Q 112Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the equivalent expression for every positive integer n.
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B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 113Q 113

Find the smallest positive integer j for which the statement is true.
A)32
B)1,024
C)27
D)35
E)31

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Q 114Q 114Express the sum in terms of n. (Hint: Use the theorem on sums to write the sum as . Next, use the following formulas and the theorem on the sum of a constant.)
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 116Q 116

Without expanding completely, find the middle term in the expansion of the expression.
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B)
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D)
E)

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Q 117Q 117

If eleven basketball teams are in a tournament, find the number of different ways that first, second, and third place can be decided, assuming ties are not allowed.
A)17,160
B)6
C)1,320
D)11,880
E)132

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Q 118Q 118

A girl has three skirts, eight blouses and four sweaters. How many different skirt-blouse-sweater combinations can she wear?
A)92
B)106
C)15
D)96
E)72

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Q 119Q 119

In how many different ways can a test consisting of ten true-or-false questions be completed?
A)12
B)20
C)1,024
D)100
E)2,048

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Q 121Q 121

A committee of 4 men and 1 woman is to be chosen from a group of 11 men and 9 women. Determine the number of different ways of selecting the committee.
A)330
B)71,280
C)24
D)2,970

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Q 122Q 122

To win a state lottery game, a player must correctly select six numbers from the numbers 1 through 49. Find the total number of selections possible if a player selects only even numbers.
A)134,596
B)144
C)6,991,908
D)60,410,085,120
E)96,909,120

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Q 123Q 123

A committee is going to select 29 students from a pool of 800 to receive scholarships. How may ways could the students be selected if each scholarship is worth the same amount?
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 124Q 124

During 1990, smoking caused 418,890 deaths in the United States. Of these deaths, cardiovascular disease accounted for 179,820, cancer for 151,322, and respiratory diseases such as emphysema for 84,475. Find the probability that a smoking-related death was the result of either emphysema or cancer.
A)0.563
B)0.585
C)0.437
D)0.558
E)0.575

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Q 125Q 125

A man is 50 years old and a woman is 41 years old. The probability that the man will be alive in 10 years is 0.71, whereas the probability that the woman will be alive 10 years from now is 0.86. Assume that their life expectancies are unrelated. a) Find the probability that they will both be alive 10 years from now.
B) Find the probability that neither one will be alive 10 years from now.
C) Find the probability that at least one of the two will be alive 10 years from now.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 128Q 128Bode's sequence, defined by can be used to approximate distances of planets from the sun. These distances are measured in astronomical units, with 1 AU = 93,000,000 mi. For example, the third term corresponds to earth and the fifth term to the minor planet Ceres. Find the 5th term of the sequence.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 129Q 129

Find the specified term of the arithmetic sequence that has the two given terms.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 130Q 130

Find the number of terms in the arithmetic sequence with the given conditions. ,
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 131Q 131

A pile of logs has 38 logs in the bottom layer, 37 in the second layer, 36 in the third, and so on. The top layer contains 28 logs. Find the total number of logs in the pile.
A)363 logs
B)361 logs
C)726 logs
D)359 logs
E)365 logs

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Q 132Q 132

A bicycle rider coasts downhill, traveling 7 feet the first second. In each succeeding second, the rider travels 5 feet farther than in the preceding second. If the rider reaches the bottom of the hill in 10 seconds, find the total distance traveled.
A)275 feet
B)300 feet
C)290 feet
D)295 feet
E)310 feet

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Q 133Q 133

A contest will have five cash prizes totaling $13,000, and there will be a $500 difference between successive prizes. Find the first prize.
A)$4,100
B)$3,100
C)$3,600
D)$5,100
E)$6,100

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Q 134Q 134

Find the total length of the red-line curve in the figure if the width of the maze formed by the curve is 48 inches and all halls in the maze have width 3 inches. in. and in.
A)825 inches
B)816 inches
C)810 inches
D)822 inches
E)918 inches

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Q 136Q 136Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the equivalent expression for every positive integer n.
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B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 137Q 137Use the principle of mathematical induction to find the equivalent expression for every positive integer n.
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B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 138Q 138

Find the smallest positive integer j for which the statement is true.
A)15
B)16
C)12
D)19
E)256

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Q 139Q 139Express the sum in terms of n. (Hint: Use the theorem on sums to write the sum as . Next, use the following formulas and the theorem on the sum of a constant.)
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 141Q 141

Without expanding completely, find the middle term in the expansion of the expression.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 142Q 142

If ten basketball teams are in a tournament, find the number of different ways that first, second, and third place can be decided, assuming ties are not allowed.
A)720
B)90
C)6
D)7,920
E)5,040

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Q 143Q 143

A girl has three skirts, ten blouses and five sweaters. How many different skirt-blouse-sweater combinations can she wear?
A)160
B)18
C)120
D)146
E)150

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Q 144Q 144

In how many different ways can a test consisting of five true-or-false questions be completed?
A)10
B)25
C)7
D)32
E)64

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Q 146Q 146

A committee of 3 men and 2 women is to be chosen from a group of 11 men and 9 women. Determine the number of different ways of selecting the committee.
A)5,940
B)3
C)35,640
D)165

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Q 147Q 147

To win a state lottery game, a player must correctly select six numbers from the numbers 1 through 49. Find the total number of selections possible if a player selects only even numbers.
A)96,909,120
B)60,410,085,120
C)134,596
D)6,991,908
E)144

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Q 148Q 148

A committee is going to select 26 students from a pool of 800 to receive scholarships. How may ways could the students be selected if each scholarship is worth the same amount?
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

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Q 149Q 149

During 1990, smoking caused 418,890 deaths in the United States. Of these deaths, cardiovascular disease accounted for 179,820, cancer for 151,322, and respiratory diseases such as emphysema for 84,475. Find the probability that a smoking-related death was the result of either cancer or cardiovascular disease.
A)0.813
B)0.209
C)0.791
D)0.803
E)0.786

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A man is 52 years old and a woman is 34 years old. The probability that the man will be alive in 10 years is 0.78, whereas the probability that the woman will be alive 10 years from now is 0.88. Assume that their life expectancies are unrelated. a) Find the probability that they will both be alive 10 years from now.
B) Find the probability that neither one will be alive 10 years from now.
C) Find the probability that at least one of the two will be alive 10 years from now.
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