MATH 1110 EXAM 1 study guide and practice questions
MATH 1110 EXAM 1 study guide and practice questions Math 1110
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This 9 page Study Guide was uploaded by Raychel on Wednesday February 17, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Math 1110 at Western Michigan University taught by in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 50 views. For similar materials see College Algebra in Math at Western Michigan University.
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Date Created: 02/17/16
MATH 1110 – EXAM 1 REVIEW These materials are to help you go through problems similar to EXAM 1. These will be very helpful for the FINAL! 1. Solve the following for x: 2 2 ∙ 23x= 16 2. Write the following in simplest form by expanding when possible and combining like terms: a. (3 – v) – (9-v) b. (3t -4)(3t +4) c. (a-2x-7)(a +2x +7) 3. Simplify the following expression completely. Write your final answer without negative exponents: a. (9v w) 3 9(vw) -1 b. (2bc ) 2 -1 2(bc) c. 3x -4 -6 27x 4. The center for Disease Control calculates the Body Mass Index by taking the person’s weight in pounds, w, multiplying it by 704.5, and then dividing by the square of his or her height h in inches. If the result is at least than 25.0, the person is considered overweight. Is a person that weighs 169 pounds and is 70 inches tall considered overweight? 5. Evaluate the following expressions without a calculator. a. (10 / (-5) ) 6. Suppose x – y + z = 7 and xyz = 11 Find the value for the following: a. (2x)(5y)(-4z)
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