MAT 140 Exam 1: notes, quizzes and test
MAT 140 Exam 1: notes, quizzes and test MAT 140
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Date Created: 05/11/16
MAT 140-01 College Algebra Test #1 February 19, 2016 NAME ▯ You must show all the steps that justify your problem solutions! Answers must be accompa- nied by supporting work. ▯ Unless otherwise indicated, use algebraic methods to solve each problem. ▯ Give exact answers; unless otherwise indicated, calculator approximations will not receive full credit. ▯ Be sure to check your work! ▯ If you need more room, use the back of one of the test sheets. Here are some formulas: Good luck! I am rooting for your success MAT 140-01 College Algebra Test #1 February 19, 2016 NAME 1. Simplify the following expression. Write your answer without negative exponents. ▯ 8 ▯2▯ ▯3 8x y 16x y4 2. Solve the equation 5(3x ▯ 1) = 28, and simplify your answer(s). 3. Solve the equation 6x ▯ x = 12, and simplify your answer(s). 4. Perform the indicated operation and simplify. 2x + 11x + 5 x ▯ 25 ▯ x + 9x + 14 x ▯ 3x ▯ 10 5. Simplify the following. Your ▯nal answer should not involve any radicals or fractional exponents. s 5 32x20 30 y p 2 + 5 6. Rationalize the denominator, and simplify:p 3 ▯ 5 p3p 4 7. Convert to exponential notation and simplify: 5 5 8. A circle has a diameter with endpoints (▯4;1) and (2;3). Find an equation for the circle. x 9. Find the domain of the following function: y = f(x) = 2 x + 2x ▯ 8 10. Find the x-intercept(s), if any, and the y-intercepts, if any, for the graph of the equation 2 x = y ▯ 4y + 3: 11. Pictured below is the graph of a function. Determine its domain and its range. Please report your answers in interval notation.
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