Quiz : P Prerequisites
Mathematics
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Q 11Q 11
Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Describe and graph the interval of real numbers.

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Q 20Q 20
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Q 21Q 21
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Use an inequality to describe the interval of real numbers.

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Q 22Q 22
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Use an inequality to describe the interval of real numbers.

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Q 23Q 23
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Q 24Q 24
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Use an inequality to describe the interval of real numbers.

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Q 25Q 25
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Q 26Q 26
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Q 27Q 27
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Use an inequality to describe the interval of real numbers.

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Q 28Q 28
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Use an inequality to describe the interval of real numbers.

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Q 43Q 43
Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Convert to inequality notation. Find the endpoints and state whether the interval is bounded or unbounded, and its type.

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Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Convert to inequality notation. Find the endpoints and state whether the interval is bounded or unbounded, and its type.

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Q 45Q 45
Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Convert to inequality notation. Find the endpoints and state whether the interval is bounded or unbounded, and its type.

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Q 46Q 46
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Convert to inequality notation. Find the endpoints and state whether the interval is bounded or unbounded, and its type.

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Convert to inequality notation. Find the endpoints and state whether the interval is bounded or unbounded, and its type.

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Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Convert to inequality notation. Find the endpoints and state whether the interval is bounded or unbounded, and its type.

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Q 51Q 51
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Use interval notation to describe the set of numbers.

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Q 52Q 52
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Use interval notation to describe the set of numbers.

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Q 53Q 53
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Use interval notation to describe the set of numbers.

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Q 54Q 54
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Use interval notation to describe the set of numbers.
The price of a computer varies from $839 to $5457.
A) [839, 5457]
B) [839, 5457)
C) [5457, 839]
D) (839, 5457]
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Q 55Q 55
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Use interval notation to describe the set of numbers.
The cost of a computer is more than $917 and less than $5532.
A) [917, 5532)
B) [5532, 917]
C) [917, 5532]
D) (917, 5532)
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Q 56Q 56
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Use interval notation to describe the set of numbers.
Salary raises at Clemson University will average between 2.5% and 5.5%.
A) [5.5, 2.5]
B) (2.5, 5.5)
C) [2.5, 5.5]
D) [2.5, 5.5)
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Q 116Q 116
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
Which month in 1989 had the lowest sales?
A) Month 3
B) Month 8
C) Month 6
D) Month 2
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Q 117Q 117
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
Which month in 1990 had the highest sales?
A) Month 5
B) Month 12
C) Month 3
D) Month 6
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Q 118Q 118
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
What was the increase in sales between month 5 and month 6 of 1990?
A) $4
B) $800
C) $4000
D) $8000
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Q 119Q 119
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
What were the total sales for the first 6 months of 1989?
A) $46,000
B) $366,000
C) $240,000
D) $290,000
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Q 120Q 120
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
What were the total sales for the first 6 months of 1990?
A) $286,000
B) $302,000
C) $64,000
D) $366,000
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Q 121Q 121
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
What were the total sales for 1989?
A) $764,000
B) $582,000
C) $48,000
D) $50,000
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Q 122Q 122
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
What was the total increase in sales for the first 6 months from 1989 to 1990?
A) $12,000
B) $18,000
C) $652,000
D) $76,000
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Q 123Q 123
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
What was the total increase in sales from 1989 to 1990?
A) $182,000
B) $1,342,000
C) $12,000
D) $22,000
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Q 124Q 124
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
What was the difference between the highest and lowest monthly sales in 1989?
A) $4000
B) $6000
C) $2000
D) $8000
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Q 125Q 125
Use this graph to answer each question.
Big "D" Sales
19891990Month
What was the percent of increase in sales between month 2 and month 12 of 1990? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.
A) 22.2%
B) 28.6%
C) 25.0%
D) 14.3%
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Q 184Q 184
Find the value of x or y so that the line through the pair of points has the given slope.

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Q 185Q 185
Find the value of x or y so that the line through the pair of points has the given slope.

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Q 186Q 186
Find the value of x or y so that the line through the pair of points has the given slope.

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Q 187Q 187
Find the value of x or y so that the line through the pair of points has the given slope.

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Q 191Q 191
Find a pointslope form equation for the line through the point with the given slope.
(3, 7), m = 3
A) y + 7 = 3(x  3)
B) y  7 = 3(x  3)
C) y + 7 = 3(x  3)
D) y + 7 = 3(x + 3)
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Q 194Q 194
Find a general form equation for the line through the pair of points.
(4, 3) and (7, 1)
A) 2x + 11y + 25 = 0
B) 2x + 11y + 25 = 0
C) 2x  11y  25 = 0
D) 2x  11y + 25 = 0
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Q 195Q 195
Find a general form equation for the line through the pair of points.
(1, 4) and (7, 2)
A) 2x  8y  30 = 0
B) 2x  8y  30 = 0
C) 2x + 8y + 30 = 0
D) 2x + 8y  30 = 0
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Q 196Q 196
Find a general form equation for the line through the pair of points.
(2, 5) and (6, 3)
A) 2x + 8y + 36 = 0
B) 2x  8y + 36 = 0
C) 2x + 8y  36 = 0
D) 2x  8y + 36 = 0
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Q 197Q 197
Find a general form equation for the line through the pair of points.
(3, 4) and (3, 2)
A) y  3 = 0
B) y + 3 = 0
C) x + 3 = 0
D) x  3 = 0
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Q 198Q 198
Find a general form equation for the line through the pair of points.
(4, 3) and (5, 3)
A) y + 3 = 0
B) x  4 = 0
C) x + 4 = 0
D) y  3 = 0
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Find the value of x and the value of y for which (x, 2) and (8, y) are points on the graph.

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Q 207Q 207
Find the value of x and the value of y for which (x, 2) and (8, y) are points on the graph.

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Q 208Q 208
Find the value of x and the value of y for which (x, 2) and (8, y) are points on the graph.

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Q 209Q 209
Find the value of x and the value of y for which (x, 2) and (8, y) are points on the graph.

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Q 210Q 210
Find the value of x and the value of y for which (x, 2) and (8, y) are points on the graph.

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Q 211Q 211
Determine the equation of the line described. Put answer in the slopeintercept form, if possible.

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Q 212Q 212
Determine the equation of the line described. Put answer in the slopeintercept form, if possible.

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Determine the equation of the line described. Put answer in the slopeintercept form, if possible.

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Determine the equation of the line described. Put answer in the slopeintercept form, if possible.

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Determine the equation of the line described. Put answer in the slopeintercept form, if possible.

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Determine the equation of the line described. Put answer in the slopeintercept form, if possible.

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Q 218Q 218
Solve the problem.
Assume that the sales of a certain appliance dealer are approximated by a linear function. Suppose that sales were $3500 in 1982 and $74,000 in 1987. Let x = 0 represent 1982. Find the equation giving yearly sales S(x).
A) S(x) = 70,500x + 3500
B) S(x) = 14,100x + 74,000
C) S(x) = 70,500x + 74,000
D) S(x) = 14,100x + 3500
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Q 219Q 219
Solve the problem.
Let C(x) = 900 + 30x be the cost to manufacture x items. Find the average cost per item to produce 20 items. Round to the nearest dollar.
A) $620
B) $1395
C) $75
D) $613
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Q 220Q 220
Solve the problem.
Suppose y = mx + b is a mathematical model for actual time as a function of estimated time, where y represents actual time and x represents estimated time and m and b are constants. If m = 1.4 and b = 4.5, find y when x is
60 min.
A) 88.5 min
B) 79.5 min
C) 66.3 min
D) 53.7 min
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Q 221Q 221
Solve the problem.
Let R(x) = 11x + 176 represent the number of students present in a large class, where x represents the number of hours of study required weekly. What is the rate of change of the number of students in the class with respect
To the number of hours of study?
A) 11
B) 176
C) 11
D) 176
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Q 222Q 222
Solve the problem.
Employees of a publishing company received an increase in salary of 8% plus a bonus of $800. Find the total annual pay after the increase for an initial salary of $800.
A) $13,760
B) $12,800
C) $10,370
D) $22,400
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Q 223Q 223
Solve the problem.
Assume that the situation described can be modeled by a straight line graph. Use the given information to find the y = mx + b form of the equation of the line. The number of births in County A has been increasing in recent
Years. Use the information given on the bar graph for the years 1960 and 1990. Let x = 0 represent the year 1960
And y represent the number of births.
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Q 276Q 276
Solve the problem.
The length of a rectangle is three inches more than the width. The area of the rectangle is 418 inches. Find the width of the rectangle.
A) 19 inches
B) 11 inches
C) 10 inches
D) 22 inches
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Q 277Q 277
Solve the problem.
The area of a square is numerically 96 more than the perimeter. Find the length of the side.
A) 12 units
B) 288 units
C) 72 units
D) 48 units
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Q 278Q 278
Solve the problem.
The area of a square is numerically 4 less than the perimeter. Find the length of the side, if the side is greater than 1.
A) 2 units
B) 9 units
C) 5 units
D) 8 units
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Q 279Q 279
Solve the problem.
The height of a box is 6 inches. The length is three inches more than the width. Find the width if the volume is 240 cu inches.
A) 40 inches
B) 6 inches
C) 5 inches
D) 8 inches
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Q 280Q 280
Solve the problem.
The length of a rectangle is 4 inches more than its width. If 2 inches are taken from the length and added to the width, the figure becomes a square with an area of 234.09 sq inches. What are the dimensions of the original
Figure?
A) 13.3 inches by 17.3 inches
B) 14 inches by 18 inches
C) 11.3 inches by 15.3 inches
D) 15 inches by 19 inches
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Q 281Q 281
Solve the problem.
A rock falls from a tower that is 416 ft high. As it is falling, its height is given by the formula h = 416  16t2. How many seconds will it take for the rock to hit the ground (h=0)?
A) 5.1 s
B) 10,816 s
C) 20.4 s
D) 20 s
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Q 282Q 282
Solve the problem.
A rock falls from a tower that is 102.9 m high. As it is falling, its height is given by the formula h = 102.9  4.9t2. How many seconds will it take for the rock to hit the ground (h=0)?
A) 9.9 s
B) 2200 s
C) 10.1 s
D) 4.6 s
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Solve the problem.
A projectile is thrown upward so that its distance above the ground after t seconds is h = 11t2 + 286t. After how many seconds does it reach its maximum height?
A) 19.5 s
B) 13 s
C) 26 s
D) 6 s
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Q 286Q 286
Write the sum or difference in the standard form a + bi.
(4  7i) + (5 + 4i)
A) 9 + 3i
B) 9  3i
C) 1 + 11i
D) 9 + 3i
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Q 287Q 287
Write the sum or difference in the standard form a + bi.
6i + (8  i)
A) 8  5i
B) 8  7i
C) 8 + 7i
D) 8 + 5i
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Q 288Q 288
Write the sum or difference in the standard form a + bi.
(5 + 7i)  (3 + i)
A) 8  6i
B) 2 + 8i
C) 8 + 6i
D) 8  6i
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Q 289Q 289
Write the sum or difference in the standard form a + bi.
(5 + 4i)  7
A) 12  4i
B) 2 + 4i
C) 2  4i
D) 12 + 4i
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Q 290Q 290
Write the sum or difference in the standard form a + bi.
8i + (6  i)
A) 6  7i
B) 6  9i
C) 6 + 7i
D) 6 + 9i
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Q 291Q 291
Write the sum or difference in the standard form a + bi.
(6 + 6i)  (2 + i)
A) 8  5i
B) 8  5i
C) 8 + 5i
D) 4 + 7i
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Q 296Q 296
Write the product in standard form.
(6 + 8i)(7 + 9i)
A) 30 + 110i
B) 72i2 + 110i + 42
C) 114 + 2i
D) 30  110i
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Q 299Q 299
Write the product in standard form.
(6  8i)(3  8i)
A) 46  72i
B) 64i2  72i + 18
C) 46 + 72i
D) 82 + 24i
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Find the real numbers x and y that make the equation true.
2  5i = x + yi
A) x = 2, y = 5
B) x = 2, y = 5
C) x = 2, y = 5
D) x = 5, y = 2
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Find the real numbers x and y that make the equation true.
5 + yi = x + 7i
A) x = 7, y = 5
B) x = 5, y = 7
C) x = 5, y = 7
D) x = 5, y = 7
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Find the product of the complex number and its conjugate.
1  3i
A) 1  9i
B) 1 + 9i
C) 8
D) 10
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Q 326Q 326
Find the product of the complex number and its conjugate.
5 + 7i
A) 77
B) 74
C) 75
D) 24
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Find the product of the complex number and its conjugate.
5  7i
A) 75
B) 74
C) 77
D) 24
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Q 381Q 381
Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Show that the points P1(2,4), P2(5,2), and P3(7,5) are the vertices of a right triangle.
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