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Study Guide Exam 1

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Study Guide Exam 1 Math 1120

Missouri S&T
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College Algebra
Sarah Sexton
Study Guide
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Exam 1 Review Section R6 Use synthetic division to divide the polynomials: 5x ­ 3x – 6 ÷ x – 1 2x  – 5x – 7 ÷ x – 2 x + 5 ÷ x + 2 Section 1.1 Solve for the unknown variable. 1/5x = 6/­25 3/2x + 1 = 1/2 + 1/2x (x + 6)/2 + (x+5)/3 = 7 Section 1.2 Solve for the unknown variable and indicate whether the polynomial has 0, 1, or 2 real solutions x +6x = 7 9x  – 6x +1 = 0 4x  = 9x Section 1.3/1.4 Simplify by writing the expressions in standard form a + bi  (3 – 2i)(4+5i) 17 + 32i – (5+7i)  Solve for x 2 2 x  – 2x +10 = 0 3x  – x + ¼ = 0 Section 1.5  Solve for ‘a’ and ‘b’ ­1 ˂ x ˂ 4 and a ˂ x +7 ˂ b  3 ˂ x ˂ 9 and a ˂ 2x­5 ˂ b Section 1.6 Solve for x. │4x + 4 │ ˃ 8  ­│1 – 2x│≥ ­3  Section 1.7 A motorboat can maintain a constant speed of 27 miles per hour relative to the water. The boat makes a  trip upstream to a certain point in 35 minutes; the return trip takes 19 minutes. What is the speed of the  current? Suppose you have entered a 47­mile biathlon that consists of a run and a bicycle race. During your run,  your average velocity is 7 miles per hour, and during your bicycle race, your average velocity is 20  miles per hour. You finish the race in 3 hours. What is the distance of the run? What is the distance of the bicycle race? Section 2.1 Find the distance between the two point and find the midpoint between them. (5,2) and (­1,3) (0,2) and (1,­2) Section 2.2 Test for symmetry with respect to the x­axis, y­axis and origin.  y = ­x + 25 y = x – 64 Section 2.3 Find the slope between the following points: (3,5) and (4,1)  (0,3) and (2,­1) Section 2.4 Find the center, radius, and equation of the circle. A circle containing the two opposite endpoints (5,1) and (3,3)


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