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1 Eam final eam review 180 plus 234 TSI questions for intermediate algebra m NEW Name math0320 FALL interactmath sections developmental mathematics sullivan 1e MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Multipl. 1) -16(3) A) -48 B) -32 C) -1 D) 32 Objective: (2.4) Multipl Integers final001 interactmath 2.3 #27 2) -8(-8) A) 64 B) -72 C) 72 D) -64 Objective: (2.4) Multipl Integers final002 interactmath 2.3 #3 Divide, if possible. If a quotient is undefined, state so. 3) A) -7 B) -6 C) - D) 6 Objective: (2.4) Divide Integers final003 interactmath 2.3 #1 4) A) -8 B) 7 C) -7 D) -6 Objective: (2.4) Divide Integers final004 interactmath 2.3 #3 Find the mean for the list of numbers. ) Ages of patients (in ears) in a clinic: 18, 2, 29, 18 Round answer to the nearest whole number if necessar. A) 18 ears B) 17 ears C) 16 ears D) 2 ear(s) Objective: (7.3) Find the Mean of a Set of Numbers final00 interactmath 7.2 quick check ) Monthl checking account fees: \$17, \$, \$6, \$11, \$6, \$4, \$4 Round answer to the nearest whole number if necessar. A) \$11 B) \$4 C) \$8 D) \$7 Objective: (7.3) Find the Mean of a Set of Numbers final006 interactmath 7.2 quick check ) 2) 3) 4) ) 6) 1

2 7) Annual sales bonuses: \$140, \$4460, \$6940, \$7240, \$1880, \$620 Round answer to the nearest whole number if necessar. A) \$7240 B) \$6940 C) \$4703 D) \$4702 Objective: (7.3) Find the Mean of a Set of Numbers final007 interactmath 7.2 quick check Find the median for the data given. 8) Number of steaks served: 2,, 18, 24, 43, 44, 49 A) 27 steaks B) 43 steaks C) 24 steaks D) 18 steaks Objective: (7.3) Find the Median of a Set of Numbers fnal008 interactmath 7.2 quick check Determine whether the ordered pair satisfies the equation. 9) + 2 = 26; (4, 3) A) Yes B) No Objective: (7.4) Determine Whether an Ordered Pair Satisfies an Equation in Two Variables final009 interactmath 7.3 #33 Determine if the given value is a solution to the equation. Answer Yes or No. ) 8 - = 1; = 3 A) No B) Yes Objective: (8.2) Determine If a Number Is a Solution of an Equation final0 interactmath 8.1 #2 Solve the equation using the Multiplication Propert of Equalit. 11) -2 = -12 A) {6} B) {-} C) {2} D) {} Objective: (8.2) Use the Multiplication Propert of Equalit to Solve Linear Equations final011 interactmath 8.1 quick check Solve the equation. Check our solution. 12) 3r + 6 = 30 A) {2} B) {21} C) {8} D) {4} Objective: (8.3) Appl the Addition and the Multiplication Properties of Equalit to Solve Linear Equations final012 interactmath 8.2 #23 13) 43 = -6 - A) {2} B) {8} C) {4} D) {-8} Objective: (8.3) Appl the Addition and the Multiplication Properties of Equalit to Solve Linear Equations final013 interactmath 8.2 #2 14) = -4 A) {1} B) {7} C) {-1} D) {-7} Objective: (8.3) Combine Like Terms and Appl the Distributive Propert to Solve Linear Equations final014 interactmath 8.2 #3 7) 8) 9) ) 11) 12) 13) 14) 2

3 1) - (2-1) = 2 A) B) C) 1 3 D) 1 7 1) Objective: (8.3) Combine Like Terms and Appl the Distributive Propert to Solve Linear Equations final01 interactmath 8.2 #39 16) -7-7 = ) A) B) - 2 C) 2 D) Objective: (8.3) Solve a Linear Equation with the Variable on Both Sides of the Equation final016 interactmath 8.2 #1 17) 3-8 = 4( + 1) A) {12} B) {-4} C) {-12} D) {4} Objective: (8.3) Solve a Linear Equation with the Variable on Both Sides of the Equation final017 interactmath 8.2 #3 18) = 1 7 A) 2 B) C) Objective: (8.4) Use the Least Common Denominator to Solve a Linear Equation Containing Fractions final018 interactmath 8.3 #29 19) = 6 A) {12} B) {24} C) {-24} D) {-12} Objective: (8.4) Use the Least Common Denominator to Solve a Linear Equation Containing Fractions final019 interactmath 8.3 #3 20) r + 6 = r A) {1} B) {-2} C) {-1} D) {2} Objective: (8.4) Use the Least Common Denominator to Solve a Linear Equation Containing Fractions final020 interactmath 8.3 #31 21) = -.2 A) {2} B) {9} C) {-41.6} D) {41.6} Objective: (8.4) Solve a Linear Equation Containing Decimals final021 interactmath 8.3 #43 22) = A) {2.9} B) {30} C) {36.1} D) {29} Objective: (8.4) Solve a Linear Equation Containing Decimals final022 interactmath 8.3 #1 D) ) 18) 19) 20) 21) 22) 3

4 23) -0.03(30) = 0.30(30 + ) A) {2} B) {40} C) {60} D) {0} Objective: (8.4) Solve a Linear Equation Containing Decimals final023 interactmath 8.3 #7 Solve the equation. State whether the equation is a contradiction, an identit, or a conditional equation. 24) = -2 + A) or { }; contradiction B) {-}; conditional equation C) {}; conditional equation D) all real numbers; identit Objective: (8.4) Classif a Linear Equation as an Identit, Conditional, or a Contradiction final024 interactmath 8.3 #63 2) 2( + 3) = (2 + 6) A) or { }; contradiction B) {0}; conditional equation C) all real numbers; identit D) {12}; conditional equation Objective: (8.4) Classif a Linear Equation as an Identit, Conditional, or a Contradiction final02 interactmath 8.3 #6 26) = A) 1 3 ; conditional equation B) all real numbers; identit 23) 24) 2) 26) C) ; conditional equation D) or { }; contradiction Objective: (8.4) Classif a Linear Equation as an Identit, Conditional, or a Contradiction final026 interactmath 8.3 #6 Substitute the given values into the formula and then evaluate to find the unknown quantit. Label units in our answer. If the answer is not eact, round our answer to the nearest hundredth. 27) P = 2L + 2W; P = 28, W = 9 27) A) 14 units B) units C) 9. units D) 19 units Objective: (8.) Evaluate a Formula final027 interactmath 8.4 #3 28) V = 1 Bh; V = 48, h = 8 3 A) 18 units B) 6 units C) 384 units D) 6 units Objective: (8.) Evaluate a Formula final028 interactmath 8.4 #77 29) I = prt; I = 44.8, p = 160, r = 0.04 A) units B) 0.7 units C) units D) 7 units Objective: (8.) Evaluate a Formula final029 interactmath 8.4 #67 28) 29) 4

5 30) Use the formula C = (F - 32) to convert 167 F to degrees Celsius. 9 A) 1.6 C B) 60.8 C C) C D) 7 C Objective: (8.) Evaluate a Formula final030 interactmath8.4 #29 Solve the problem. 31) You have a clindrical cooking pot whose radius is 6 inches and whose height is 7 inches. How man full cans of soup will fit into the pot if each can has holds cubic inches of soup? Use the formula V = πr2h and 3.14 as an approimation for π. A) 79 cans of soup B) 26 cans of soup C) 2 cans of soup D) 80 cans of soup Objective: (8.) Evaluate a Formula final031 interactmath 8.4 #7 32) The area of a circle with radius r is given b the formula A = πr2. Find the area of a circle with radius 7 centimeters. Use 3.14 for π. A) cm2 B).14 cm2 C) cm2 D) cm2 Objective: (8.) Evaluate a Formula final032 interactmath 8.4 #39b Solve the formula for the stated variable. 33) C = 2πr; solve for r A) r = C 2π Objective: (8.) Solve a Formula for a Variable final033 interactmath 8.4 #47 34) A = lw; solve for w B) r = 2Cπ C) r = 2π C D) r = Cπ 2 30) 31) 32) 33) 34) A) w = l A B) w = A l C) w = A - l D) w = Al Objective: (8.) Solve a Formula for a Variable final034 interactmath 8.4 #43 3) I = Prt; solve for r A) r = P - 1 It B) r = P - I 1 + t C) r = I Pt D) r = P - It 3) Objective: (8.) Solve a Formula for a Variable final03 interactmath 8.4 #4 36) V = 1 Ah; solve for h 3 36) A) h = 3A V B) h = A 3V C) h = V 3A D) h = 3V A Objective: (8.) Solve a Formula for a Variable final036 interactmath 8.4 #49

6 37) P = a + b + c; solve for c A) c = a + b - P B) c = P + a + b C) c = P - a - b D) c = P + a - b Objective: (8.) Solve a Formula for a Variable final037 interactmath 8.4 #1 38) A = P + PRT; solve for R A) R = A - P PT B) R = P - A PT Objective: (8.) Solve a Formula for a Variable final038 interactmath 8.4 #3 39) A = 1 h(b + b); solve for B 2 C) R = PT A - P D) R = A T 37) 38) 39) A) B = 2A - bh h B) B = 2A + bh h C) B = 2A - bh D) B = A - bh h Objective: (8.) Solve a Formula for a Variable final039 interactmath 8.4 # Solve for. 40) 4 - = 2 A) = 4-2 Objective: (8.) Solve a Formula for a Variable final040 interactmath 8.4 #61 41) = A) = B) = 4-2 C) = B) = C) = 14-9 D) = 2-4 D) = Objective: (8.) Solve a Formula for a Variable final041 interactmath 8.4 #61 Solve the problem. 42) The sum of a number and three is negative eleven. Find the number. A) 14 B) -14 C) -8 D) 0 Objective: (8.6) Build Models for Solving Direct Translation Problems final042 interactmath 8. #61 43) Si times a number, added to 18, is 36. Find the number. A) 18 B) 8 C) 3 D) -3 Objective: (8.6) Build Models for Solving Direct Translation Problems final043 interactmath 8. #63 44) 2 times a number less than 7 times the same number is 3. Find the number. A) B) -7 C) 7 D) 2.4 Objective: (8.6) Build Models for Solving Direct Translation Problems final044 interactmath 8. # ) 41) 42) 43) 44) 6

7 Find the unknown in each percent question. 4) What is % of 400? A) 0.4 B) 400 C) 40 D) 4 Objective: (8.7) Solve Direct Translation Problems Involving Percent final04 Solve the problem. 46) 11% of students at a universit attended a lecture. If 4000 students are enrolled at the universit, about how man students attended the lecture? A) 44 students B) 44,000 students C) 440 students D) 4400 students Objective: (8.7) Solve Direct Translation Problems Involving Percent final046 47) Logan bought stocks and later sold them for \$823,900, making a profit of 7%. How much did he pa for the stocks? A) \$3,900 B) \$7,673 C) \$770,000 D) \$847,000,000 Objective: (8.7) Model and Solve Direct Translation Problems from Business Involving Percent final047 48) After receiving a discount of 7.% on its bulk order of tpewriter ribbons, Johnʹs Office Suppl pas \$48. What was the price of the order before the discount? Round to the nearest dollar if necessar. A) \$4449 B) \$200 C) \$4690 D) \$171 Objective: (8.7) Model and Solve Direct Translation Problems from Business Involving Percent final048 49) Find two complementar angles such that the measure of the first angle is, and the measure of the second angle is (3-2). A) 1st angle = 22 ; 2nd angle = 64 B) 1st angle = 22 ; 2nd angle = 68 C) 1st angle = 23 ; 2nd angle = 67 D) 1st angle = 31 ; 2nd angle = 9 Objective: (8.8) Set Up and Solve Complementar and Supplementar Angle Problems final049 0) Find two supplementar angles such that the first angle is 30 more than times the second. A) 2 ; 1 B) ; 80 C) 30 ; D) 1 ; 2 Objective: (8.8) Set Up and Solve Complementar and Supplementar Angle Problems final00 4) 46) 47) 48) 49) 0) 7

8 1) Find the measure of each angle of the triangle. 1) (2 + 1) (3-1) A) 90, 60, 30 B) 4, 82., 2. C) 30, 7, 7 D) 60, 7, 4 Objective: (8.8) Set Up and Solve Angles of a Triangle Problems final01 2) A rectangular carpet has a perimeter of 198 inches. The length of the carpet is 61 inches more than the width. What are the dimensions of the carpet? A) 80 b 99 inches B) 9 b 78 inches C) 89. b 99 inches D) 80 b 19 inches Objective: (8.8) Use Geometr Formulas to Solve Problems final02 3) A motorccle traveling at 0 miles per hour overtakes a car traveling at 30 miles per hour that had a three-hour head start. How far from the starting point are the two vehicles? A) 22 miles B) 6.3 miles C) 7. miles D) 4. miles Objective: (8.8) Set Up and Solve Uniform Motion Problems final03 4) Two cars start from the same point and travel in the same direction. If one car is traveling 60 miles per hour and the other car is traveling at 6 miles per hour, how far apart will the be after 8 hours? A) 928 miles B) 480 miles C) 32 miles D) 448 miles Objective: (8.8) Set Up and Solve Uniform Motion Problems final04 2) 3) 4) 8

9 Graph the inequalit on a number line, and write the inequalit in interval notation. ) > -2 ) A) (-, -2) B) [-2, ) C) (-, -2] D) (-2, ) Objective: (8.9) Graph Inequalities on the Real Number Line final0 interactmath 8.8 #37 6) 3 6) A) (3, ) B) (-, 3] C) (-, 3) D) [3, ) Objective: (8.9) Graph Inequalities on the Real Number Line final06 interactmath 8.8 #41 Use interval notation to epress the inequalit shown in the graph. 7) 7) A) (-, -1] B) (-1, ) C) [-1, ) D) (-, -1) Objective: (8.9) Use Interval Notation final07 interactmath 8.8 #4 9

10 8) 8) A) (3, ) B) (-, 3] C) [3, ) D) (-, 3) Objective: (8.9) Use Interval Notation final08 interactmath 8.8 #4 9) 9) A) [-6, 1) B) (-6, 1) C) (-6, 1] D) [-6, 1] Objective: (8.9) Use Interval Notation final09 Solve the inequalit and epress the solution set in interval notation. Graph the solution set on the real number line. 60) - 3 < - 60) A) (-, -8) B) (-2, ) C) (-, -2) D) (-, -8] Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final060 interactmath 8.8 quick check

11 61) ) A) (-, -6) B) (-, -4] C) (-, -4) D) [-4, ) Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final061 interactmath 8.8 quick check ) + < 1 62) A) (-, 6] B) (-, 6) C) (-, -4) D) (-4, ) Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final062 interactmath 8.8 quickcheck

12 63) ) A) (-, -3] B) (-, 3) C) [-3, ) D) (3, ) Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final063 interactmath 8.8 #63 64) -3 > 36 64) A) (-, -12) B) (12, ) C) (-, 12) D) (-12, ) Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final064 interactmath 8.8 #7 12

13 6) < 22 6) A) (-, 8) B) (-, 8] C) [8, ) D) (8, ) Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final06 interactmath 8.8 #67 66) > ) A) (-, -4] B) [-4, ) C) (-4, ) D) (2, ) Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final066 interactmath 8.8 #69, quickcheck

14 67) > ) A) (-, 3.9) B) (3.8, ) C) (-, 3.8) D) (3.9, ) Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final067 interactmath 8.8 #11 68) 6-2 < 7( - 3) 68) A) (-23, ) B) (-, -19) C) (19, ) D) (-, 23) Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final068 interactmath 8.8 #7, quickcheck

15 69) > (6 + 6) 69) A) [-1, ) B) (-1, ) C) (-, -1] D) (-, -1) Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final # 70) - 3(1 - ) 11 70) A) (-, 3] B) [3, ) C) (-, 3) D) (-, 4] Objective: (8.9) Solve Linear Inequalities Using Properties of Inequalit final070 interactmath 8.8 #7 Decide whether or not the ordered pair is a solution to the equation. 71) = 16; (2, 4) A) Yes B) No Objective: (9.2) Determine If an Ordered Pair Satisfies an Equation final071 interactmath 9.1 #29 72) 3 - = 3; (, 4) A) Yes B) No Objective: (9.2) Determine If an Ordered Pair Satisfies an Equation final072 interactmath 9.1 #29 Solve the problem. 73) Find an ordered pair that satisfies the equation = b letting =. A) (4, ) B) (, ) C) (4, 4) D) (, 4) Objective: (9.2) Determine If an Ordered Pair Satisfies an Equation final073 interactmath 9.1 #33 71) 72) 73) 1

16 74) Find an ordered pair that satisfies the equation 4 + = -34 b letting =-9. A) (-9, -9) B) (-9, 2) C) (-9, -38) D) (2, -9) Objective: (9.2) Determine If an Ordered Pair Satisfies an Equation final074 interactmath 9.1 #3 Graph the linear equation using the point-plotting method. 7) = ) 7) A) B) (-1, 3) - - (0, 0) - - (1, -1) - (1, -3) (0, -3) - (-1, -) - - C) D) (1, ) (0, 3) (-1, 1) (-1, -1) (0, -3) - - (1, -)

17 Objective: (9.3) Graph a Line b Plotting Points final07 interactmath 9.2 #37 76) = ) A) B) (-1, 9) (0, 6) (1, 3) (1, -3) (0, -6) - - (-1, -9) C) D) (1, 6) (0, 0) - - (-1, -3) (0, -6) - (-1, -6) - (1, -9) - Objective: (9.3) Graph a Line b Plotting Points final076 interactmath 9.2 #37 17

18 77) = ) A) B) (, 8) (-3, 6) (0, 3) (0, 3) - - (-3, 0) - - (, -2) C) D) (, 2) (-3, 0) (0, -3) - (0, -3) - (-3, -6) (, -8) - - Objective: (9.3) Graph a Line b Plotting Points final077 interactmath 9.2 #37 18

19 Graph the linear equation b finding and plotting its intercepts. 78) 6-3 = -9 78) A) 0, - 3 2, (3, 0) B) 0, - 3 2, (-3, 0) Objective: (9.3) Graph a Line Using Intercepts final078 interactmath 9.2 #43 19

20 79) - - = 30 79) A) (0, -3), (6, 0) B) (0, -3), (-6, 0) Objective: (9.3) Graph a Line Using Intercepts final079 interactmath 9.2 #43 Use a graphing calculator to graph the equation. 80) = )

21 A) B) C) D) Objective: (9.3) Graph a Line Using Intercepts final080 interactmath 9.2 #63 21

22 Find the slope of the line through the points and interpret the slope. 81) 81) (3, 1) (0, 0) A) -3; for ever 1-unit increase in, will decrease b 3 units B) - 1 ; for ever 3-unit increase in, will decrease b 1 unit 3 C) 1 ; for ever 3-unit increase in, will increase b 1 unit 3 D) 3; for ever 1-unit increase in, will increase b 3 units Objective: (9.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given Two Points final081 82) (1, -3); (7, 8) A) - 6 ; for ever 11-unit increase in, will decrease b 6 units 11 82) B) 11 ; for ever 6-unit increase in, will increase b 11 units 6 C) - 11 ; for ever 6-unit increase in, will decrease b 11 units 6 D) 6 ; for ever 11-unit increase in, will increase b 6 units 11 Objective: (9.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given Two Points final082 Find the slope of the line containing the two points. 83) (1, -); (-9, 6) A) - 11 B) - 11 C) 11 D) 11 83) Objective: (9.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given Two Points final083 interactmath 9.3 #23 84) (-4, 7); (-3, -) A) B) C) 12 D) ) Objective: (9.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given Two Points final084 interactmath 9.3 #23 Find an two ordered pairs on the line. Graph the line and determine its slope. 22

23 8) = ) A) m = -6 B) m = C) m = -6 D) m = Objective: (9.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given Two Points final08 interactmath 9.2 #9 23

24 86) = ) A) m = 1 2 B) m = C) m = 1 2 D) m = Objective: (9.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given Two Points final086 interactmath 9.2 #79 Find the slope and the -intercept. 87) = ) A) m = 11; b = 3 B) m = 1 3 ; b = 11 C) m = -3; b = -11 D) m = 3; b = 11 Objective: (9.) Use the Slope-Intercept Form to Identif the Slope and -Intercept of a Line final087 interactmath 9.4 #2 24

25 88) = ) A) m = ; b = - 6 B) m = 3 2 ; b = 6 C) m = 2 3 ; b = 6 D) m = 6 ; b = 2 3 Objective: (9.) Use the Slope-Intercept Form to Identif the Slope and -Intercept of a Line final088 89) 3 + = 4 A) m = ; b = 4 3 B) m = -3; b = 4 C) m = 3 4 ; b = 1 4 Objective: (9.) Use the Slope-Intercept Form to Identif the Slope and -Intercept of a Line final089 interactmath 9.4 #29 90) 7-3 = -11 A) m = -7; b = -11 B) m = 7 3 ; b = 11 3 C) m = 21; b = 33 D) m = 3 7 ; b = Objective: (9.) Use the Slope-Intercept Form to Identif the Slope and -Intercept of a Line final090 Use the slope and -intercept to graph the equation. 91) = - 6 D) m = 3; b = 4 89) 90) 91) A) B)

26 C) D) Objective: (9.) Graph a Line Whose Equation Is in Slope-Intercept Form final091 interactmath 9.4 quick check ) = ) A) B)

27 C) D) Objective: (9.) Graph a Line Whose Equation Is in Slope-Intercept Form final092 interactmath 9.4 #4 93) = ) A) B)

28 C) D) Objective: (9.) Graph a Line Whose Equation Is in Slope-Intercept Form final093 interactmath 9.4 #4 94) = 14 94) A) B)

29 C) D) Objective: (9.) Graph a Line Whose Equation Is in the Form A + B = C final094 interactmath 9.4 #1 Find the equation of the line with the given slope and intercept. 9) Slope -8; -intercept is 2 A) = B) = 8-2 C) = D) = 2-8 Objective: (9.) Find the Equation of a Line Given Its Slope and -Intercept final09 interactmath 9.4 #7 Find the equation of the line described. Write the equation in slope -intercept form, if possible. 96) (4, 3); slope = -3 A) = B) = C) = -3-1 D) = -3-1 Objective: (9.6) Find the Equation of a Line Given a Point and a Slope final096 interactmath 9. #13 97) (-2, -7); slope = -2 A) = B) = C) = D) = Objective: (9.6) Find the Equation of a Line Given a Point and a Slope final097 interactmath 9. #13 Determine if the lines parallel, perpendicular, or neither. 98) L1: = - 6 L2: = 2 - A) neither B) perpendicular C) parallel Objective: (9.7) Determine Whether Two Lines Are Perpendicular final098 interactmath 9.6 #29 99) L1: = L2: = -7-3 A) perpendicular B) parallel C) neither Objective: (9.7) Determine Whether Two Lines Are Perpendicular final099 interactmath 9.6 #29 9) 96) 97) 98) 99) 29

30 0) L1: = 7 + 0) L2: = A) perpendicular B) parallel C) neither Objective: (9.7) Determine Whether Two Lines Are Perpendicular ffinal0 interactmath 9.6 #33 1) L1: = 8 L2: = 27 A) parallel B) neither C) perpendicular Objective: (9.7) Determine Whether Two Lines Are Perpendicular final1 interactmath 9.6 #33 Solve the sstem of equations using substitution. 2) + = -6 = 2 A) (-2, 4) B) (-2, -4) C) (2, 4) D) (2, -4) Objective: (.3) Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations Using the Substitution Method final2 interactmath.2 #13,3 Solve the sstem of equations using elimination. 3) 3 + = = 6 A) (-3, -21) B) no solution C) infinitel man solutions D) (-21, -3) 4) ) 6) Objective: (.4) Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations Using the Elimination Method final3 interactmath.3 #1 + = = -1 A) (-6, -) B) no solution C) (6, -4) D) (-7, -4) Objective: (.4) Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations Using the Elimination Method final4 interactmath.3 quick check = = 30 A) infinite number of solutions B) (-3, 8) C) (-8, -3) D) no solution Objective: (.4) Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations Using the Elimination Method final interactmath.3 #11,13,17,21-4 = = 1 A) (-8, -) B) (-7, -6) C) (7, -) D) no solution Objective: (.4) Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations Using the Elimination Method final6 interactmath.3 #17 1) 2) 3) 4) ) 6) 30

31 Solve the sstem of equations using elimination. State whether the sstem is inconsistent, or consistent and dependent. + = 4 7) + = -6 A) no solution; consistent and dependent B) infinitel man solutions; inconsistent C) infinitel man solutions; consistent and dependent D) no solution; inconsistent 7) Objective: (.4) Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations Using the Elimination Method final7 interactmath.3 #19 Add the polnomials. Epress our answer in standard form. 8) ( ) + ( ) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.2) Simplif Polnomials b Combining Like Terms final8 Subtract the polnomials. Epress our answer in standard form. 9) ( ) - ( ) A) B) C) 439 D) Objective: (11.2) Simplif Polnomials b Combining Like Terms final9 interactmath 11.1 #73,7 Evaluate the polnomial for the given value. 1) = -3 A) 39 B) 3 C) -9 D) -4 Objective: (11.2) Evaluate Polnomials final1 Simplif the epression. 111) (-898z) 2 A) -811z B) z2 C) z2 D) z2 Objective: (11.3) Simplif Eponential Epressions Containing Products final111 Multipl the monomials. 112) (-6z2)(z3) A) -30z B) 30z6 C) 400z D) -30z6 Objective: (11.3) Multipl a Monomial b a Monomial final ) (76)(824) A) 68 B) 684 C) 6124 D) 184 Objective: (11.3) Multipl a Monomial b a Monomial final113 8) 9) 1) 111) 112) 113) 31

32 114) (m3n) 4 (-4mn6) A) -16m4n7 B) 4m13n C) -4m12n24 D) -4m13n Objective: (11.3) Multipl a Monomial b a Monomial final114 Use the Distributive Propert to find the product. 11) -11(6-4) A) B) -222 C) D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl a Polnomial b a Monomial final11 116) 22( ) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl a Polnomial b a Monomial final116 interactmath 11.3 #39 117) ( + 3)( + 3) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl Two Binomials Using the Distributive Propert final117 interactmath 11.3 #43 118) (4 - )(4-3) A) B) C) D) 82-8 Objective: (11.4) Multipl Two Binomials Using the Distributive Propert final118 interactmath 11.3 #47 Find the product using the FOIL method. 119) ( - 1)( - 4) A) B) C) 22-4 D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl Two Binomials Using the FOIL Method final119 interactmath 11.3 #1 120) (b - 8)(b + 1) A) b2-7b - 8 B) 2b - 8 C) 2b2 + 8 D) b2 + 7b + 8 Objective: (11.4) Multipl Two Binomials Using the FOIL Method final120 interactmath 11.3 #1 121) (4 + 3)( - 9) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl Two Binomials Using the FOIL Method final21 interactmath 11.3 #3 114) 11) 116) 117) 118) 119) 120) 121) 32

33 122) (3n + p)(6n + p) A) 18n2 + 90np + p2 B) 36n2 + 33np + p2 C) 18n + 33np + p D) 18n2 + 33np + p2 Objective: (11.4) Multipl Two Binomials Using the FOIL Method final122 interactmath 11.3 #9 123) (9 + 4)(7-2) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl Two Binomials Using the FOIL Method final123 interactmath 11.3 #61 Find the product of the sum and difference of two terms. 124) ( + 4)( - 4) A) B) 2-16 C) D) 2-8 Objective: (11.4) Multipl the Sum and Difference of Two Terms final124 interactmath 11.3 #63 12) (7p + 9)(7p - 9) A) 49p2-81 B) p2-81 C) 49p p - 81 D) 49p2-126p - 81 Objective: (11.4) Multipl the Sum and Difference of Two Terms final12 interactmath 11.3 #6 126) (2 + )(2 - ) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl the Sum and Difference of Two Terms final126 interactmath 11.3 #6 Find the product. 127) (n + 1)2 A) n B) n2 + 30n + 22 C) 22n2 + 30n + 22 D) n + 22 Objective: (11.4) Square a Binomial final127 interactmath 11.3 #73 128) (w - 11)2 A) w B) w2-22w C) w D) 121w2-22w Objective: (11.4) Square a Binomial final128 interactmath 11.3 #7 122) 123) 124) 12) 126) 127) 128) 33

34 129) (4 + 3)2 A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Square a Binomial final129 interactmath 11.3 #77 130) (6-11)2 A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Square a Binomial fina130interactmath 11.7 #79 Find an algebraic epression that represents the area of the shaded region. 131) 129) 130) 131) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Square a Binomial final131 interactmath 11.3 #129 Find the product. 132) ( - 7)( ) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl a Polnomial b a Polnomial final132 interactmath 11.3 #83 133) (7-1)( ) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl a Polnomial b a Polnomial final133 interactmath 11.3 #87 134) (2 + 11)( ) A) B) C) D) Objective: (11.4) Multipl a Polnomial b a Polnomial final134 interactmath 11.3 #87 132) 133) 134) 34

35 Use the Quotient Rule to simplif. All variables are nonzero. 13) 6m 20n14 7m19n A) 8n4 B) 8mn4 C) 6mn4 D) 8m39n24 Objective: (11.) Simplif Eponential Epressions Using the Quotient Rule final13 interactmath 11.4 #41 136) A) 43 B) 424 C) 3 D) 423 Objective: (11.) Simplif Eponential Epressions Using the Quotient Rule final136 interactmath 11.4 #41 Use the Quotient to a Power Rule to simplif. All variables are nonzero ) 6 A) 6 12 B) 12 6 C) Objective: (11.) Simplif Eponential Epressions Using the Quotient to a Power Rule final137 interactmath 11.4 #43 6t ) 3s4 A) 4t 6 s4 B) 4t 6 s8 C) 4t s6 D) D) 2t 6 s8 Objective: (11.) Simplif Eponential Epressions Using the Quotient to a Power Rule final138 interactmath 11.4 #49 Use the Zero Eponent Rule to simplif. All variables are nonzero. 139) 90 A) 1 B) 9 C) 0 D) ) Objective: (11.) Simplif Eponential Epressions Using Zero as an Eponent final139 interactmath 11.4 # ) 136) 137) 138) 139) 140) A) 0 B) 7 C) 2 D) 1 Objective: (11.) Simplif Eponential Epressions Using Zero as an Eponent final140 interactmath 11.4 #3 3

36 Use the Negative Eponent Rules to simplif. Write the answer with positive eponents. All variables are nonzero. 141) ) A) - 1 B) 7 C) 1 D) Objective: (11.) Simplif Eponential Epressions Using Negative Eponents final141 interactmath 11.4 #63 142) 3-4 A) -81 B) 1 81 Objective: (11.) Simplif Eponential Epressions Using Negative Eponents final142 interactmath 11.4 #63 Use the Laws of Eponents to simplif. Write the answer with positive eponents. All variables are nonzero. 143) (-6-7)(3-1) A) -18 B) -1 6 C) 1 12 C) D) 81 D) -2 6 Objective: (11.) Simplif Eponential Epressions Using the Laws of Eponents fin143 interactmath11.4 #9 Divide and simplif. 144) 21r 7-3r4 7r A) 3r8 - r B) 3r6 - r3 C) 21r6-3r3 D) 3r7 - r4 Objective: (11.6) Divide a Polnomial b a Monomial final144 interactmath 11. #13 14) A) 6-6 B) Objective: (11.6) Divide a Polnomial b a Monomial final14 interactmath 11. #31,33,41 146) C) D) ) 143) 144) 14) 146) A) 7-3 B) C) D) 11-3 Objective: (11.6) Divide a Polnomial b a Monomial fin146 interactmath 11. #21 36

37 Find the quotient using long division. 147) A) 2 + B) + C) - 32 D) 3-32 Objective: (11.6) Divide a Polnomial b a Binomial final147 interactmath 11. #31 148) 3m m - 6 m + 8 A) 3m m - 7 B) m - 7 C) 3m - 7 D) 3m + 7 Objective: (11.6) Divide a Polnomial b a Binomial final148 interactmath 11. #33 Factor the GCF from the polnomial. 149) A) 43(2 + 4) B) ( ) C) 44( + 4) D) 4( + 43) Objective: (12.2) Factor Out the Greatest Common Factor in Polnomials final149 interactmath 12.2 #47,1 ) A) 4( + 9) B) 4(4 + 9) C) ( ) D) 4(4 + 96) Objective: (12.2) Factor Out the Greatest Common Factor in Polnomials final interactmath 12.2 #47,1 Factor b grouping. 11) A) ( + )( + ) B) ( + )( + ) C) ( + )( + ) D) ( + )( + ) Objective: (12.2) Factor Polnomials b Grouping final11 12) A) ( - 12)(3 + ) B) ( - 12)( + 3) C) ( - 12)(3 + ) D) ( - 12)(3 + ) Objective: (12.2) Factor Polnomials b Grouping final12 Factor the trinomial completel. If the trinomial cannot be factored, sa it is prime. 13) A) ( - )( + 4) B) ( + 1)( - 20) C) prime D) ( - 4)( + ) Objective: (12.3) Factor Trinomials of the Form ^2 + b + c final13 interactmath 12.2 #63 14) A) ( + 7)( - ) B) prime C) ( - 7)( + ) D) ( - 7)( + 1) Objective: (12.3) Factor Trinomials of the Form ^2 + b + c final14 interactmath 12.2 #3 147) 148) 149) ) 11) 12) 13) 14) 37

38 1) A) ( + 3)( - 4) B) ( + 1)( - 12) C) ( + 4)( - 3) D) prime Objective: (12.3) Factor Trinomials of the Form ^2 + b + c final1 interactmath 12.2 #29 16) A) ( - 4)( - 2) B) ( + 4)( - 2) C) prime D) ( + 4)( + 1) Objective: (12.3) Factor Trinomials of the Form ^2 + b + c final16 interactmath 12.2 #27 17) A) ( - 9)( + ) B) prime C) ( + 9)( + 4) D) ( - 9)( + 4) Objective: (12.3) Factor Trinomials of the Form ^2 + b + c final17 interactmath 12.2 #37 18) A) 4( + 2)( - ) B) 4( - 2)( + ) C) (4 + 8)( - ) D) ( - 2)(4 + 20) Objective: (12.3) Factor Out the GCF, Then Factor ^2 + b + c final18 interactmath 12.2 #4 Factor the polnomial completel using the trial and error method. 19) A) (6-1)( + 7) B) (6-7)( + 1) C) (6 + 1)( - 7) D) (6 + 7)( - 1) Objective: (12.4) Factor a^2 + b + c, a 1, Using Trial and Error fin19 interactmath 12.3 #27 Factor completel. If the polnomial is prime, state so. 160) A) (9 + 8)2 B) prime C) (9 + 8)(9-8) D) (9-8)2 Objective: (12.) Factor Difference of Two Squares final160 interactmath 12.4 #39,41 161) ) 16) 17) 18) 19) 160) 161) A) B) C) D) Objective: (12.) Factor Difference of Two Squares final161 interactmath 12.4 #39,41 162) A) (9 + 4)(9-4) B) prime C) (9 + 4)2 D) (9-4)2 Objective: (12.) Factor Difference of Two Squares final162 interactmath 12.4 #39,41 162) 38

39 Factor completel. If a polnomial cannot be factored, sa it is prime. 163) a2-2ab - 24b2 A) (a - 4b)(a + 6b) B) prime C) (a - 4b)(a + b) D) (a + 4b)(a - 6b) Objective: (12.6) Factor Polnomials Completel fin163 interactmath 12.2 #43 164) A) ( - 6)( + 1) B) ( - 6)( - 1) C) ( ) D) ( + 6)( + 1) Objective: (12.6) Factor Polnomials Completel fin164 interactmath 12.2 #47 16) A) ( - 4)( + ) B) ( - 4)(2 + 2) C) ( + 4)( - ) D) (2 + 20)( - ) Objective: (12.6) Factor Polnomials Completel fin16 interactmath 12.2 #47 Solve the equation b factoring. 166) (4 + 12) = 0 163) 164) 16) 166) A) 0, 1 3 B) {0, 3} C) {0, -3} D) 0, Objective: (12.7) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Zero-Product Propert final166 interactmath 12.6 #2 167) (6 + 30) = 0 A) {0, -} B) {0, -, } C) 0, - 1 D) {0, } 167) Objective: (12.7) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Zero-Product Propert final167 interactmath 12.6 #2 168) ( - 7)(9 + 26) = 0 A) , 7 B) -7, 26 9 C) -7, Objective: (12.7) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Zero-Product Propert final168 interactmath 12.6 #27 169) 12n2 + 44n = 0 A) {0} B) , 44 C) Objective: (12.7) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Zero-Product Propert final169 interactmath 12.6 # D) , 7 D) , 0 168) 169) 170) = 0 A) {-8, 6} B) {8, -6} C) {8, 6} D) {-8, 1} Objective: (12.7) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Zero-Product Propert final170 interactmath 12.6 #3,37 170) 39

40 171) = 0 A) {-9, -8} B) {9, 8} C) {72, 0} D) {-9, 8} Objective: (12.7) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Zero-Product Propert final171 interactmath 12.6 #37 172) = 0 2 A), 0 B) 2, -1 C) 2, -1 D) 2, 1 171) 172) Objective: (12.7) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Zero-Product Propert final172 interactmath 12.6 #41 173) 2 - = 42 A) {6, 7} B) {-6, -7} C) {1, 42} D) {-6, 7} Objective: (12.7) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Zero-Product Propert final173 interactmath 12.6 #47 174) 2 = 2 A) {2} B) {0, -2} C) {0, 2} D) {-2} Objective: (12.7) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Zero-Product Propert final174 interactmath 12.6 #39,4 Simplif the rational epression. Assume that no variable has a value which results in a denominator with a value of zero. 17) ) A) B) C) D) ) 174) Objective: (13.2) Simplif Rational Epressions fin17 interactmath Perform the indicated operation. 176) 8m 2p 33p4 11mp 3 24m7 176) A) m 4 9 B) 1 9m C) m 9 D) 1 9m4 Objective: (13.3) Multipl Rational Epressions fin176 interactmath 13.2 #1,17 177) z 2-12z + 36 z2-9 z 2-3z z ) A) z(z - 6) z - 3 B) (z - 6) z + 3 C) z(z - 6) z + 3 D) z z - 3 Objective: (13.3) Multipl Rational Epressions fin177 40

41 178) 4m 9n3 m 9m 3n8 8n3 A) 32m 6 4n8 B) 32m 4n2 Objective: (13.3) Divide Rational Epressions fin178 interactmath 13.2 quick check ) A) 1 B) ( - 4) 2 9 Objective: (13.3) Divide Rational Epressions fin179 interactmath 13.2 #2 180) A) ( + 3)( + 3) C) 32m 6 4n3 B) - C) 1 D) 32m 4n3 C) 6 D) ( - 4)2 D) 178) 179) 180) Objective: (13.3) Divide Rational Epressions fin180 interactmath 13.2 #2 181) m 2-9m m m - 6 A) m + 3 B) m - 6 C) m 2-9m + 18 m - 6 Objective: (13.4) Add Rational Epressions With a Common Denominator fin181 interactmath 13.3 quick check Solve the equation and state the solution set. 182) - 9 = + 3 A) {2} B) - 13 C) Objective: (13.8) Solve Equations Containing Rational Epressions fin182 interactmath 13.7 #19 183) = 9 D) m - 3 D) ) 182) 183) A) 3 B) {2} C) {-8} D) {8} Objective: (13.8) Solve Equations Containing Rational Epressions fin183 interactmath 13.7 #17 41

42 184) 2-3 = A) 6 3 B) 3 Objective: (13.8) Solve Equations Containing Rational Epressions fin184 interactmath 13.7 #17 Find the function value. 18) Find f(14) when f() = A) -16 B) 40 C) 29.2 D) 16 Objective: (14.4) Find the Value of a Function final18 interactmath 14.3 #3 186) Find f() when f() = A) -1 B) 41 C) -29 D) -3 Objective: (14.4) Find the Value of a Function final186 interactmath 14.3 # 187) Find f( - 3) when f() = A) B) C) - + D) - - Objective: (14.4) Find the Value of a Function final187 interactmath 14.3 #61 188) Find f(3) when f() = A) -4 B) 4 C) 22 D) 14 Objective: (14.4) Find the Value of a Function final188 interactmath 14.3 #9 189) Find f(-9) when f() = - 6. A) 3 B) -3 C) 1 D) -1 Objective: (14.4) Find the Value of a Function final189 interactmath 14.3 #69 190) f() = A) ; f(-) B) C) C) D) 12 3 D) Objective: (14.4) Find the Value of a Function final190 interactmath 14.3 #71 191) f() = ; f(-4) A) 0 B) 14 C) 1 D) -14 Objective: (14.4) Find the Value of a Function final191 interactmath 14.3 #71 184) 18) 186) 187) 188) 189) 190) 191) 42

43 192) f() = ; f() 192) A) B) 7 32 C) 28 D) 1 Objective: (14.4) Find the Value of a Function final192 interactmath 14.3 #71 Find the domain of the function. 193) f() = ) A) { -} B) -, 3 2 C) 3 2 D) { } Objective: (14.4) Find the Domain of a Function final193 interactmath 14.3 #7,79 Graph the function. 194) h() = ) A) B)

44 C) D) Objective: (14.) Graph a Function fin194 interactmath14.1 #39 Solve the absolute value equation. 19) + 1 = 7 A) {-8, 6} B) {-6} C) {8, 6} D) Objective: (14.8) Solve Absolute Value Equations fin19 interactmath 14.7 #4 Solve the inequalit. Graph the solution set, and state the solution set in interval notation. 196) + 18 < 7 A) (11, 2) 19) 196) B) (-, -2) C) (-2, -11) D) (-, -11) Objective: (14.8) Solve Absolute Value Inequalities Involving < or fin196 interactmath 14.7 #67 44

45 197) 8k ) A) 3 8, B) 3 8, C) 9 8, D) -, , Objective: (14.8) Solve Absolute Value Inequalities Involving > or fin197 interactmath 14.7 #79 Evaluate the square root. 198) ) A) 8 19 B) 2 C) 9 19 D) 8 4 Objective: (1.2) Evaluate Square Roots of Perfect Squares fin198 interactmath1.4 quick check Evaluate the epression, if possible. 199) 161/4 A) 16 B) 32 C) 8 D) 2 199) Objective: (1.3) Evaluate Epressions of the Form a^(1/n) fin199 interactmath 1.2 #9,63 Simplif the radical epression. Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers. 200) 300k7q8 A) k3q4 3 B) k7q8 3k C) k3q4 3k D) q4 3k7 Objective: (1.4) Use the Laws of Eponents to Simplif Radical Epressions fin200 interactmath 1.4 # 200) 4

47 Add or subtract. 209) (2-7i) + (6 + i) A) i B) 8-2i C) 8 + 2i D) i Objective: (1.) Add or Subtract Comple Numbers fin209 interactmath 1.9 #43 2) (3 + 6i) - (-9 + i) A) 12 + i B) 12 - i C) i D) i Objective: (1.) Add or Subtract Comple Numbers fin2 interactmath 1.9 #4 Multipl. Write the result in the form a + bi. 211) (6-3i)( + 9i) A) -27i2 + 39i + 30 B) 7-39i C) i D) 3-69i Objective: (1.) Multipl Comple Numbers fin211 interactmath 1.9 # Divide. 212) 9 + i 9 + 4i A) i 6 1 B) i C) i 97 1 D) i Objective: (1.) Divide Comple Numbers fin212 interactmath 1.9 #91,93 Use the square root propert to solve the equation. 213) 2 = 196 A) {-14, 14} B) {-1, 1} C) {14} D) {98} Objective: (16.2) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Square Root Propert fin213 interactmath 16.1 #19 214) 2-3 = 0 3 A) 2 B) {9} C) {- 3, 3} D) { 3} 209) 2) 211) 212) 213) 214) Objective: (16.2) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Square Root Propert fin214 interactmath 16.1 #21 21) ( - 7)2 = 4 A) {9, } B) {2, -2} C) {11} D) {, -9} Objective: (16.2) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Square Root Propert fin21 interactmath 16.1 quick check ) ( + 4)2 = 13 A) {9} B) {- 13, 13} C) {-4-13, } D) {4-13, } Objective: (16.2) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Square Root Propert fin216 interactmath 16.1 #37 21) 216) 47

49 22) = 0 22) A) , 3 3 B) , 6 6 C) , 3 3 D) , 3 3 Objective: (16.3) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Quadratic Formula fin22 interactmath16.2 #31 226) = 3 226) A) 3 - i 7, -3 + i B) -3 - i 7, 3 + i C) 3 - i 7, 3 + i D) -3 - i 7, -3 + i Objective: (16.3) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Quadratic Formula fin226 interactmath 16.2 #3 227) = 0 A) {- + 3i} B) {- - 9i, - + 9i} C) {-2, -8} D) {- - 3i, - + 3i} Objective: (16.3) Solve Quadratic Equations Using the Quadratic Formula fin227 interactmath 16.2 quick check Sketch the graph of the quadratic function. 228) f() = ) 228) A) B)

50 C) D) Objective: (16.) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form f() = ^2 + k fin228 interactmath 16.4 #27,29 Sketch the graph of the quadratic function. Identif the verte and ais of smmetr. 229) f() = ( + 2) ) A) verte: (- 2, - 4) ais of smmetr: = - 2 B) verte: (2, - 4) ais of smmetr: =

51 C) verte: (- 2, - 4) ais of smmetr: = - 2 D) verte: (2, - 4) ais of smmetr: = Objective: (16.) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form f() = ( - h)^2 fin229 interactmath 16.4 #41 Graph the quadratic function. 230) f() = ) A) B)

52 C) D) Objective: (16.) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form f() = a^2 + b + c fin230 interactmath 16. #31 231) f() = ) A) B)

53 C) D) Objective: (16.) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form f() = a^2 + b + c fin231 interactmath 16. #3 232) f() = ) A) B)

54 C) D) Objective: (16.) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form f() = a^2 + b + c fin232 interactmath 16. # Determine the quadratic function whose graph is given. 233) 233) (-1, -9) - A) f() = B) f() = C) f() = D) f() = Objective: (16.) Find Quadratic Function from Its Graph fin233 interactmath 16. #23 4

55 234) 234) (2, 1) A) f() = B) f() = C) f() = D) f() = Objective: (16.) Find Quadratic Function from Its Graph fin234 interactmath 16. #27

56 Answer Ke Testname: AATFM FININTER 1) A 2) A 3) B 4) B ) B 6) C 7) C 8) C 9) A ) A 11) A 12) C 13) D 14) B 1) C 16) D 17) C 18) B 19) D 20) C 21) B 22) D 23) D 24) A 2) C 26) B 27) B 28) A 29) D 30) D 31) A 32) A 33) A 34) B 3) C 36) D 37) C 38) A 39) A 40) A 41) A 42) B 43) C 44) C 4) C 46) C 47) C 48) B 49) C 0) D 6

57 Answer Ke Testname: AATFM FININTER 1) C 2) D 3) A 4) C ) D 6) D 7) A 8) D 9) A 60) C 61) B 62) C 63) C 64) A 6) A 66) C 67) D 68) C 69) B 70) A 71) A 72) B 73) D 74) B 7) B 76) C 77) C 78) A 79) B 80) A 81) C 82) B 83) A 84) D 8) B 86) A 87) D 88) C 89) B 90) B 91) B 92) D 93) D 94) C 9) C 96) A 97) B 98) B 99) C 0) A 7

58 Answer Ke Testname: AATFM FININTER 1) A 2) B 3) A 4) A ) B 6) B 7) D 8) C 9) D 1) D 111) D 112) A 113) A 114) D 11) C 116) C 117) B 118) C 119) A 120) A 121) C 122) D 123) C 124) B 12) A 126) D 127) B 128) B 129) C 130) C 131) A 132) C 133) D 134) A 13) B 136) A 137) D 138) B 139) A 140) D 141) C 142) B 143) B 144) B 14) D 146) C 147) B 148) C 149) A ) B 8

59 Answer Ke Testname: AATFM FININTER 11) C 12) C 13) D 14) A 1) A 16) A 17) C 18) B 19) B 160) C 161) D 162) A 163) D 164) A 16) C 166) C 167) A 168) D 169) D 170) A 171) B 172) C 173) D 174) C 17) C 176) D 177) C 178) B 179) A 180) D 181) D 182) B 183) C 184) A 18) B 186) C 187) B 188) D 189) A 190) C 191) D 192) D 193) A 194) A 19) A 196) C 197) D 198) A 199) D 200) C 9

60 Answer Ke Testname: AATFM FININTER 201) C 202) B 203) C 204) A 20) C 206) D 207) D 208) D 209) B 2) A 211) C 212) B 213) A 214) C 21) A 216) C 217) C 218) C 219) C 220) C 221) C 222) C 223) A 224) B 22) A 226) C 227) D 228) B 229) A 230) A 231) B 232) B 233) B 234) C 60

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