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BEROYA, ARNOLD MAGPANTAY, JOSE ROGEL, CHTYLA MIRA SARMIENTO, CARLOS TEODORO, JOVELYN

SAMPLE EXAM GROUP B 3-5PM CLASS 1. A surveyor measures the distance between two points as 12, 783.4 feet. a.) if the surveyor is required to give his measurement to the nearest foot, what number will he use? b.) give two other measurements which round off to the measure recorded in (a). c.) what number would the surveyor use if he rounded off to the nearest 100 feet? 1000 feet? 1. ok a.) 12, 783 b.) 12, 783.1, 12, 783.3, etc. c.) 12, 800, 13,000 2. Write the corresponding needed statements of the following: a. contrapositive: I will go on vacation if I pass the quiz. b. inverse: If you do not study, you will not pass. c. converse: If you like dining out, you will go to Greenbelt. d. negation: Some of the hikers do not eat fish. 2. ok a. b. c. d. If I do not pass the quiz, I will not go on vacation. If you study, you will pass. If you go to Greenbelt, you will enjoy dining out. Every hiker eats fish

3. Encode INDIA using the formula y=17x + 5. Decode to prove. 3. Solution: . ok

I x y 9 2 B

N 14 9 I

D 4 21 U

I 9 2 B

A 1 22 V A: y =17(1) + 5. = 22 : V

I: y =17(9) + 5 =158

N: y =17(14) + 5. =243

D: y =17(4) + 5. =73

=6r2 = 2: B

=9r9 =9:I

= 2 r 21 = 21 : U

Decoding formula:

y=17x + 5 y + 21 = 17x (y + 21 = 17x)23 23y + 483 = x 23y + 15 = x I 9 14 N U 21 4 D B 2 9 I V 22 1 A V: x =23(22) + 15 =521 = 20 r 1 = 1: A

B y x 2 9 I

B: x =23(2) + 15 = 61 =2r9 = 9: I

I: x =23(9) + 15 = 222 = 8 r 14 = 14 : N

U: x = 23(21) + 15 = 498 = 19 r 4 = 4: D

4. Find the zero in the linear function defined by 15x + 5y = 60 4. 15x+5y = 60 ok 5y = -15x + 60 y = -15x + 60 5 y = -3x + 12 f(x) = 0 ==>-3x + 12 =0 -3x = -12 x = -12/-3 x=4 5. True or False. (7 + 5) + 15 = 7 + (5 + 15) demonstrates associative property. 5. True 6. Show that each of the following has cardinality aleph-null. “ The set of counting numbers greater than 8” = G 6. C0 1 2 3 …k … The cardinality of the set G is aleph null because G can be put into one to correspondence with b b b b b b G9 10 11 12 … k+9 … the set of counting numbers C described by the equation C ↔ G : k ↔ k + 1

7. Is there a whole number midway (on the line) between 2 and 6? 2 and 5? What number is midway between 3 and 7? 3+ 7 2+6 2+5 7. Answer: Yes, 4 = = 4 ; No, = 3.5 is not a whole number; yes, 5 = 2 2 2 8. A rectangle with a perimeter of 116 has a shorter side whose length when multiplied by 3 is 26 less than the longer side. Find the length of each side. 8. answer: Let x = shorter side 3x – 26 = longer side

2x + 2(3x-26) = 116 2x + 6x – 52 = 116 8x = 116 + 52 x = 168/8 x = 21 shorter side 3(21) – 26 = 37 = longer side 9. Convert 726 (Base 10) to a Base 5. 9. Division Quotient Remainder 726 ÷ 5 145 1 ^ 145 ÷ 5 29 0 ^ 29 ÷ 5 5 4 ^ 5 ÷5 1 0 ^ 10,401 (Base 5)Ans >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Stop division because this is less than the divisor 5 10. Check the following relations for reflexivity, symmetry and transitivity. a.) “is a factor of” for numbers b.) “is in front of” for persons 10. a) Reflexive, Transitive, Not Symmetric b) Not Reflexive, Transitive, Not Symmetric 11. Use the number line to find the counting numbers that satisfy the condition given: 5≤n≤9 11.

56789 = {5, 6, 7, 8, 9}

12. A total of 89 persons were surveyed on their choice of food. 56 persons chose pizza, 45 for burger, 46 for salads, 28 chose P&B, 26 chose PS, 19 chose BS and 12 choose all 3. How many did not choose anything from the given list? Draw a Venn diagram for the survey. 12. .

Answer

13. Exhibit a rational number greater than B but less than A, real number A = 4.7281... and real number B = 4.7263... Do you think that there exists such one rational between them? 13. Yes, 4.728 is such a rational number. This illustrates that there is a rational number, and indeed infinitely many between every pair of distinct real numbers. 14. Three consecutive odd numbers make 81. What are these numbers? 14. Let x = 1st odd number x + 2 = 2nd odd numner x + 4 = 3rd odd number x+x+2+x+4 3x = = 81 81-6 x = 75/3 x = 25 1st odd number x +2 x +4 = = 27 29 2nd odd number 3rd odd number

Proof: 25 + 27 + 29 = 81 15. Given p and q are T; find the truth value of : (p ∨ q) → (~p ∧ q) 15. : T → ( F ∧ T) ; T → F ; F

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