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Question : Student Answer:

Phil has 15 stamps of denominations $0.37 and $0.23. If the total value of the stamps is $4.85 how many $0.37 stamps does Phil have? 5 10 11 9

**Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments:
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**See section 1.2 of the textbook. 1 of 1
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2 1451783744 MultipleChoice 2

2. Question : Student Answer:

Which statement is false? a ∈ {a, b, c} Ø ⊂ {a, b, c} Ø ⊆ {a, b, c} Ø ∈ {a, b, c}

**Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments:
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**See section 2.1 of the textbook. 1 of 1
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9 MultipleChoice True 9

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3. Question : Student Answer:

The process of arriving at a general conclusion based on the observation of specific examples is called ___________ reasoning.

Inductive Instructor Explanation: See section 1.1 of the textbook.

it was found that 16 were taking an English class. Question : Which property of real numbers does the following equation demonstrate? 4(x – 7) = 4x – 28 distributive property commutative property associative property inverse property See section 5.3 and 2. Question : In a survey of 24 college students.4 of the textbook.5 of the textbook. 1 of 1 13 MultipleChoice True 13 Points Received: Comments: 1451783748 0 MultipleChoice 1451783748 5. and 10 were taking both English and math.Points Received: Comments: 1451783746 0 FillInTheBlank 1451783746 1 of 1 3 FillInTheBlank True 3 4. How many students were taking a math class only? 8 7 18 1 Student Answer: Instructor Explanation: See sections 2. 1 of 1 Student Answer: Instructor Explanation: Points Received: . 17 were taking a math class.

1 of the textbook. Question : Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern. 1 of 1 6 MultipleChoice True 6 MultipleChoice 1451783750 7.1 2 4 8 16 ____ 32 See section 1. Question : Which of the following expressions finishes the equation to demonstrate the associative property of addition? (3+8)+5= .1 of the textbook. and then make a reasonable conjecture for the next number in the sequence. 1 of 1 2 FillInTheBlank True 2 8. 1 3 7 13 15 19 25 27 31 37 ____ 39 41 43 45 Student Answer: Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783750 0 See section 1. Question : Student Answer: Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783752 0 FillInTheBlank 1451783752 Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern.Comments: 1451783749 0 MultipleChoice 1451783749 30 MultipleChoice True 30 6. and then make a reasonable conjecture for the next number in the sequence.

5 of the textbook.4 miles per gallon 56. Question : Student Answer: A car travels 359 miles on 6.8 miles per gallon 54.1 of the textbook.4 miles per gallon 48. Points Received: Comments: 1451783755 0 FillInTheBlank 1451783755 5 FillInTheBlank True 5 1 of 1 10. 1 of 1 26 MultipleChoice True 26 Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783753 0 MultipleChoice 1451783753 9. 1 of 1 .) 18.6 gallons of gasoline. Question : Student Answer: The process of arriving at a specific conclusion based on previously accepted general statements is called ___________ reasoning.3 of the textbook.Student Answer: 3(8+5) (3-8)-5 5+(3+8) 3+(8+5) See section 5. How many miles per gallon did the car get? (Round to the nearest tenth. Deductive Instructor Explanation: See section 1.9 miles per gallon Instructor Explanation: Points Received: See section 1.

1 of the textbook.} Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783758 0 See section 2. .8700 2. . 15.8740 2. 12. 1 of 1 14 MultipleChoice True 14 MultipleChoice 1451783758 . . 2. 13. 14. 1 of 1 3 MultipleChoice True 3 MultipleChoice 1451783757 12.} {x | x ∈ N and x> 11} {x | x> 11} {11.8749 2. Question : Student Answer: Round to the nearest hundredth. .8800 Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783757 0 See section 1. Question : Student Answer: Write the set using set-builder notation: {natural numbers greater than 11}. {12.Comments: 1451783756 0 MultipleChoice 1451783756 5 MultipleChoice True 5 11.8750 2. . . 14. 13.3 of the textbook.

Student Answer: Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783760 0 See section 1. Question : Select a counterexample to show that the statement is false. 22 is even.11 12 9 10 7 8 5 6 ____ 7 3 5 9 Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783759 0 See section 1. When an odd number is added to the product of two even numbers. 3•5 + 4 = 19.19 is not even. Question : Student Answer: Use inductive reasoning to find a pattern.1 of the textbook. 11 is not even. 4•5 + 2 = 22. and then make a reasonable conjecture for the next number in the sequence.13. 21 is not even. 4•5 + 1 = 21. 4•2 + 3 = 11. 1 of 1 4 MultipleChoice True 4 MultipleChoice 1451783759 14. 1 of 1 1 MultipleChoice True 1 MultipleChoice 1451783760 15. Question : Student Answer: Which of the following phrases does not describe the number -¾? rational number . the result will be even.1 of the textbook.

14 had a dog.irrational number real number negative number See section 5. 1 of 1 25 MultipleChoice True 25 Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783762 0 MultipleChoice 1451783762 16. Question : Student Answer: In a group of 37 children. Question : Student Answer: Which set is infinite? {x | x ∈ N and x< 20} {x | x is an improper fraction} {3. 1 of 1 8 MultipleChoice True 8 MultipleChoice 1451783763 17. 7. . and 12 had both a dog and a cat. How many children had neither a dog nor a cat as a pet? 23 8 35 . 99} Ø Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783763 0 See section 2. 5. ..3 of the textbook. 20 had a cat. .1 of the textbook.

12. 1 of 1 Student Answer: Instructor Explanation: Points Received: . geometric. arithmetic sequence geometric sequence neither See section 5. 36. 1 of 1 18 MultipleChoice True 18 15 Points Received: Comments: 1451783765 0 MultipleChoice 1451783765 18. 25. 6. 4...} {x | x {x | x ∈ ∈ N and x> 100} N and x is odd} Instructor Explanation: Points Received: Comments: 1451783766 0 See section 2. 4. . 0.4 of the textbook. 16.. Question : State whether the following sequence is arithmetic. 10. . 8. 1 of 1 15 MultipleChoice True 15 MultipleChoice 1451783766 19. . 1.7 of the textbook.1 of the textbook. .3 and 2. or neither. 9. Question : Student Answer: Which set is finite? {x | x ∈ N and x< 100} {2.Instructor Explanation: See sections 2.

Round to the nearest hundreth.52 $2.11 per minute.22 per minute. Student Answer: $1. 1 of 1 Instructor Explanation: Points Received: . and the off-peak rate is $. Find the savings for a 16-minute phone call if it was made during off-peak time as opposed to peak time.78 $3.2 of the textbook.76 $1.Comments: 1451783768 0 MultipleChoice 1451783768 27 MultipleChoice True 27 20. Question : The peak rate of a phone company is $.42 See section 1.

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