MTH 208 Week 5 Final Exam

MTH 208 Week 5 Final Exam

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MTH 208 Week 5 Final Exam

Q1 Evaluate the expression for the given value of x.

Q2 Translate to an algebraic expression

Q3 Evaluate the expression by hand.

Q4 Use the distributive property to rewrite the expression

Q5 Given the numerical coefficient of the term.

Q6 Simplify the expression

Q7 Complete the sentence below. To solve substract from each side.

Q8 Give the number by which it is necessary to divide both sides of the equation to isolate x on the left side.

Q9 In the early months of some year,one site added 0.2 million new accounts every day. At this rate how many days would be needed to add 16 million new accounts?

Q10 Solve the equation.

Q11 Use the formula d=rt to find the value of the missing variable.

Q12 Solve

Q13 Use a number line to graph the solution set to the inequality.

Q14 Use the multiplication property of inequalities to solve the inequality. Graph the solution set.

Q15 A truck can be rented from company A for 70.00 per day and .20 cents per mile. Company B charges 50.00 per day and .60 cents per mile. How many miles must be driven in a day for company A to be a better deal than company B?

Q16 Make a scatterplot by plotting the given points.

Q17 For the equation, find three ordered pair solutions by completing the table. Then use any two of the ordered pairs to graph the equation.

Q18 Find any intercepts. Then graph the linear equation. Use the intercepts when drawing the line. If only one intercept exists,use it and another point to draw the line. Use the graphing tool to graph the linear equation.

Q19 For the graph on the right, determine if the slope is positive negative or zero.

Q20 If possible,find the slope of the line. Interpret the slope in terms of rise and run.

Q21 Sketch a line with the given slope m and y-intercept b. Write its slope-intercept form. Use the graphing tool to graph the equation. Use the slope and y-intercept when drawing the line.

Q22 Find the slope-intercept form for the line satisfying the following conditions.

Q23 Use the graph to find the indicated value of the function.

Q24 Use the table to evaluate the given expression.

Q25 Kara’s Custom Tees experienced fixed costs of $500 and variable costs of $4 a shirt. Write an equation that can be used to determine the total expenses encountered by Kara’s Custom Tees.

Let x be the number of shirts, and let C(x) be the total cost of producing x shirts.

Q26 Use the graph of the system to determine the solution.

Q27 Solve the system of linear equations by graphing.

Q28 Use the method of substitution to solve the system of linear equations.

Q29 Over a season in a women’s basketball league Jackson scored 33 more points than the second-highest scorer,Leslie. Together,Jackson and Leslie score 1229 points during the season. How many points did each player score over the course of the season?

Q30 Solve by the elimination method

Q31 The graph of two equations are shown with four test points labled. Use these points to decide which region should be shaded to solve the given system of inequalities.

Q32 Shade the solution set to the system of inequalities.

Q33 A business manufactures at least four MP3 player for each digital video player. The total number of MP3 players and digital video players must be less than 40. Shade the region that represents the number of MP3 players M and digital video players V that can be produced withing these restrictions. Put V on the horizontal axis.

Q34 Simplify the expression.

Q35 Simplify.

Q36 Simplify the expression.

Q37 Use the formula for compound interest to find A

Q38 Express using a positive exponent.

Q39 Write the expression in standard form.

Q40 A moon is about 640000 miles from the planet it orbits.

 

 

 

Write this number in scientific notation.
 

 

If a rocket traveled at 8*10^4 miles per hour, how long would it take for it to reach the moon from the planet?
 

 

 

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