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 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
 Course Syllabus for Algebra I
 MidPlains Community College
 FRACTION OF A WHOLE NUMBER
 Systems of Linear Equations
 MATH FIELD DAY
 Course Outline for Finite Mathematics
 Calculus
 Algebra Final Examination
 Math 310 Exam #2
 Review of Trigonometric Functions
 Math 118 Practice test
 Precalculus Review
 Section 12
 Literal Equations
 Calculus Term Definitions
 Math 327A Exercise 2
 Public Key Algorithms II
 Maximizing Triangle Area
 Precalculus I Review for Midterm
 REVIEW OF A FIRST COURSE IN LINEAR ALGEBRA
 Math 6310 Homework 5
 Some Proofs of the Existence of Irrational Numbers
 ALGEBRAIC PROPERTIES OF MATRIX OPERATIONS
 Math 142  Chapter 2 Lecture Notes
 Math 112 syllabus
 Math 371 Problem Set
 Complex Numbers,Complex Functions and Contour Integrals
 APPLICATIONS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
 Week 4 Math
 Fractions
 Investigating Liner Equations Using Graphing Calculator
 MATH 23 FINAL EXAM REVIEW
 Algebra 1
 PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM AND DISTANCE FORMULA
 Georgia Performance Standards Framework for Mathematics  Grade 6
 Intermediate Algebra
 Introduction to Fractions
 FACTORINGS OF QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
 Elementary Algebra Syllabus
 Description of Mathematics
 Integration Review Solutions
 College Algebra  Applications
 A Tip Sheet on GREATEST COMMON FACTOR
 Syllabus for Elementary Algebra
 College Algebra II and Analytic Geometry
 Functions
 BASIC MATHEMATICS
 Quadratic Equations
 Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Char
 Fractions and Decimals
 ON SOLUTIONS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
 Math 35 Practice Final
 Solving Equations
 Introduction to Symbolic Computation
 Course Syllabus for Math 935
 Fractions
 Fabulous Fractions
 Archimedean Property and Distribution of Q in R
 Algebra for Calculus
 Math112 Practice Test #2
 College Algebra and Trigonometry
 ALGEBRA 1A TASKS
 Description of Mathematics
 Simplifying Expressions
 Imaginary and Complex Numbers
 Building and Teaching a Math Enhancement
 Math Problems
 Algebra of Matrices Systems of Linear Equations
 Survey of Algebra
 Approximation of irrational numbers
 More about Quadratic Functions
 Long Division
 Algebraic Properties of Matrix Operation
 MATH 101 Intermediate Algebra
 Rational Number Project
 Departmental Syllabus for Finite Mathematics
 WRITTEN HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT
 Description of Mathematics
 Rationalize Denominators
 Math Proficiency Placement Exam
 linear Equations
 Description of Mathematics & Statistics
 Systems of Linear Equations
 Algebraic Thinking
 Study Sheets  Decimals
 An Overview of Babylonian Mathematics
 Mathematics 115  College Algebra
 Complex Numbers,Complex Functions and Contour Integrals
 Growing Circles
 Algebra II Course Curriculum
 The Natural Logarithmic Function: Integration
 Rational Expressions
 QUANTITATIVE METHODS
 Basic Facts about Rational Funct
 Statistics
 MAT 1033 FINAL WORKSHOP REVIEW
 Measurements Significant figures
 PreCalculus 1
 Compositions and Inverses of Functions
MAT 1033 FINAL WORKSHOP REVIEW
SECTION 1.1: SETS OF NUMBERS AND INTERVAL NOTATION
1. Let and
. Graph the set
and the set
and express the answers for both in interval
notation and set builder notation.
Graph for: Interval Notation: Set Builder Notation: 

Graph for : Interval Notation: Set Builder Notation: 

SECTION 2.1: LINEAR EQUATIONS IN TWO VARIABLES
2. Graph . State the xintercept and the
yintercept.
xintercept:
yintercept:
CTION 2.2: SLOPE OF A LINE
3. Two points for each of two lines are given. Determine if the lines are
parallel,
perpendicular, or neither.
L1: 4, 6 and 3, 2
L2: 3, 1 and 7,0
SECTION 2.3: EQUATIONS OF A LINE
4. Write the equation of the line that contains the point 0, 3 and is parallel
to the line
Equation:
SECTION 4.2: INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONS
5. Let . Find h(2) .
SECTION 3.1: SOLVING SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS BY THE GRAPHING METHOD
6. Solve the system of equations by using the graphing method.
Solution:
SECTION 3.2: SOLVING SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS BY THE SUBSTITUTION METHOD
7. Solve the system of equations by using the substitution method.
Solution:
SECTION 3.3: SOLVING SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS BY USING THE ADDITION METHOD
8. Solve the system of equations by using the addition method.
Solution:
SECTION 3.4: APPLICATIONS OF SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS IN TWO VARIABLES
9. A school carnival sold tickets to ride on a Ferris
Wheel. The charge was $1.50 per adult
and $1.00 per student. If 54 tickets were sold for a total of $70.50, how many
of each
type of ticket were sold?
Number of adult tickets:
Number of student tickets:
SECTION 4.3: DIVISION OF POLYNOMIALS
10. Divide the polynomial using long division:
Answer:
SECTION 4.5: FACTORING TRINOMIALS
11. Factor:
Answer:
SECTION 4.6: FACTORING BINOMIALS
12. Factor:
Answer:
SECTION 4.8: SOLVING EQUATIONS BY USING THE ZERO PRODUCT RULE
13. Solve:
SECTION 5.1: RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS AND RATIONAL
EQUATIONS
14. Simplify:
Answer:
SECTION 5.2: MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION OF RATIONAL
EXPRESSIONS
15. Multiply:
Answer:
SECTION 5.3: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL
EXPRESSIONS
16. Add or subtract as indicated:
Answer:
SECTION 5.4: COMPLEX FRACTIONS
17. Simplify:
Answer:
SECTION 5.5: SOLVING RATIONAL EQUATIONS
18. Solve:
SECTION 5.6: APPLICATIONS OF RATIONAL EQUATIONS AND
PROPORTIONS
19. Solve:
SECTION 6.1: DEFINITION OF AN nTH ROOT
20. Simplify the following expression. Assume all variables are positive real
numbers:
Answer:
SECTION 6.2: RATIONAL EXPONENTS
21. Simplify the expression by using the properties of rational exponents. Write
the final
answer using positive exponents only. Assume all variables are positive real
numbers:
Answer:
SECTION 6.3: SIMPLIFYING RADICAL EXPRESSIONS
22. Simplify. Assume all variables are positive real numbers:
Answer:
SECTION 6.4: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF RADICALS
23. Simplify. Assume all variables are positive real numbers:
Answer:
SECTION 6.5: MULTIPLICATION OF RADICALS
24. Multiply and simplify. Assume all variables are positive real numbers:
Answer:
SECTION 6.6: DIVISION OF RADICALS AND RATIONALIZATION
25. Rationalize the denominator:
Answer:
SECTION 6.8: COMPLEX NUMBERS
26. Divide the complex numbers. Write the answer in the form
Answer:
SECTION 7.1: SQUARE ROOT PROPERTY
27. Solve the equation by using the square root property:
SECTION 8.1: COMPOUND INEQUALITIES
28. Solve the inequality and graph the solution. Write the answer in interval
notation:
or
Graph:
Interval Notation:
SECTION 8.3: ABSOLUTE VALUE EQUATIONS
29. Solve:
SECTION 8.5: LINEAR INEQUALITIES IN TWO VARIABLES
30. Graph the solution set: and