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MPM2D Univ 1 - Sept 2012
EQUIVALENT ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS UNIT TEST V.2
wiedge/Understanding| ‘Thinking/Inguiry
22 10
Parent/Guardian Signature:
Comments:
Instructions: Show all work for full marks. Don't forget to check for errors! Good luck!
Part A: Knowledge/Understanding [K:22]
Multiple Choice: Circle the best answer. [K:1 each]
1. Which of the following is mot a polynomial:
a 2 © sa* d.8y°
2. Circle the pair of equivalent expressions:
@ (4-0? and (7-4) b. t+2)?and 97 -12144
©. (x+3)0r+6)° and (+3)? -36) a. x? ~Sx+Gand (x-3Xx+2)
3. The lowest common denominator (LCD) of 4, and is:
y
aay b.xy? @xy dy?
4. Which expression has the restrictions y #~3,0,5:
a i AO) SVY43) yoS a 10, SY.
yo2 6y dy y43 y+2 2y(y+2)
5. Identify the correct product of
a, 243Ke=5) p, DO+S)
(x-1a+2) "(w+ I(r+2)
5H Lox+2
6. Identify the correct sum of X64 2; GaN K-4) = bP ADRK ADA
xl ox-4
2x? 423x424 15x? - 18x 23x+24 8x? = 295424
a b. = a
(44+1)e=4) (x+Dr-4) (e+)G-4)
3aa)-
7. The simplified form of 3 +4 (whereas 0,0) is: Bb
a
w-4 2x4
is:
x43 7-9
a, 23D" =4) 0 (= 3-2)
2x-4 2
8. The simplified form of
2x~ee+2F
(re 3h (r=19. Factor fully:
a) @(a-1)-(a-1) [K:2] | b) 12x°-94x? -16x.
“= (ani) (2-1) = 2x (ox?-49x-B)
) = 2x (yx*-ABx4 x 8)
= 2x Coxlx-8) eb)
2x (6x419Cx-B)
4B
= (at) (a+
= (a-1)?(at)
11. Simplify and state the restrictions on ALL variables:
a) Yad, DP Idy ed [Kk]
4y-12 18-6y
restricttsve |
ox 1004)
370 ‘
eae 2 eh
¢ peport)
Bye2 eo
By 2-2 pesmennes
Ya kh ed ii
g 3 x
aches
xZ +
pele
ran
12. Two triangles have the same base Jength, represented by x. The height of one triangle is x+1. The height
ofthe other triangle is x+3. Write and simplify an expression that represents the difference in area of the two
triangles. qifiorente = Arm Ap
= tbhi-
{A:5]
cys v
gun
sume
[K:3]
fs]13. Professor Snape can mark his Defense Against the Dark Arts exams 3 times faster than Professor
Dumbledore. Working together, it takes them a total of 3.75 hours to mark all the exams. How long would the
marking take Professor Dumbledore if he worked alone? {A:5]
Let 3 ¥ep thy Howe & D. to mark asd
lob x Sto vnark
&
Part C: Thinking/Inquiry [T/1:10]
14. Determine what k must be to satisfy the equation [a:5]
15. Ifp is any positive integer, than which is greater 2+! or 2*? prove algebraically. (T/t5]
pt2 p43
A: Reotr
pd-2,78 bus
= fy ablap ne bie Proneart D; Com
16. Explain fully how you would determine if two polynomial functions or expressions are equivalent. For full
marks, include how you would show that two polynomial functions were not equivalent. [c3]
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One of the denominators The product of the Neither one of the
denominators denominators nor the product
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Example 3" 378 41S ge 8xe
[C:0.5 each] ~ fet oe ae
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3
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