# MAT 116 Entire Course

MAT 116 Week 1 Quiz
MAT 116 Week 2 Quiz
MAT 116 Week 3 Quiz
MAT 116 Week 4 Quiz
MAT 116 Week 5 Quiz
MAT 116 Week 6 Quiz
MAT 116 Week 7 Quiz
MAT 116 Week 8 Quiz
MAT 116 Week 9 Final Exam
MAT 116 All DQs Quizzes and Final Exam

MAT 116 Week 1 Quiz
The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need
to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help
you master the material.

1 Calculate the sum of
2 Calculate the product of and
3 Select the expression that represents the statement ” 5 more than a number”.
4 Determine the value of when .
5. Determine the value of when .
6. Select the expression that represents the statement ” times a number”.
7. There are inches in a foot. How many inches are in feet?
8. In a given training week, a swimmer completes mile on day one, mile on day two,
and mile on day three.
How many total miles does the athlete swim in the given week?
9. Select the simplified expression for .
10. The temperature on one day in January for Phoenix, AZ, is degrees Fahrenheit.
On the same day in Barrow, AK, the temperature is degrees Fahrenheit.
What is the difference between these two temperatures?
11. If the pattern shown in the table were continued, what number would appear in the
box at the bottom of column B next to 14?
12. The objects on the scale below make it balance exactly. According to this scale,
if balances , then balances which of the following?
13. If a > 0 and b < 0, then which of the following must be true.
14. In a certain restaurant a whole pie has been sliced into 8 equal wedges. Only 2
slices of the pie remain. Three people would each like an equal portion from the
remaining slices of pie. What fraction of the original pie should each person receive?

MAT 116 Week 2 Quiz

The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need
to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help
you master the material.

1.
A clothing store offers a 20% discount on all purchases. What is the discount, in
dollars, (before tax) for an item originally costing dollars?
\$20.00
\$2.00
\$4.20
\$2.10
2.
A taxi company charges \$2.40 for the first mile and \$1.20 per mile for each additional
mile. How much would the bill be for a 15 mile trip?
\$19.20
\$20.40
\$34.80
\$54.00
3.
A team needs to save up \$400 for new uniforms and currently has \$190. They decide
to hold a fundraiser where they can earn \$7 in profits for each item sold. What
equation could be solved to determine the number, n, of items to be sold?

190 + = 400
n = 400 – 190 – 7
190 + 7n = 400
190 – 7n = 400
4.
A family travels at an average rate of 41 miles per hour for a given road trip. How
long will it take them to reach their destination 246 miles away?
4 hours
5 hours
6 hours
7 hours
5.
An airplane climbs at a rate of 66.8 feet per minute. It descends at twice the rate that it
climbs. Assuming it descends at a constant rate, how many feet will the airplane
descend in 30 minutes?
1002
2004
133.6
4008
96.8
6.

Which of the following equations has the same solution as the equation 2 x + 6 = 32 ?
x – 3 = 16
x + 6 = 16
2(x + 3) = 32
2x = 38
2(x – 3) = 16

MAT 116 Week 3 Quiz
The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need
to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help
you master the material.
1.
Solve.
2x+6=3
2.
Select the expression that is equivalent to .
-2(x-3)
3.
The temperature on a summer day is degrees Fahrenheit. The formula to covert
temperature to degrees Celsius is C = 5/9(F-32). What is the corresponding
temperature in degrees Celsius?

4.
Solve.
1/3*(2x-5)=3
5.
Solve the inequality.
-1/5*x-4 >-3
6.
Solve the inequality.
0.3(0.3x+0.8)<= -0.3
7.
In the equation y = 4 x, if the value of x is increased by 2, what is the effect on the
value of y ?
It is 2 more than the original amount.
It is 16 times than the original amount.
It is 6 more than the original amount.
It is 8 times than the original amount.
It is 8 more than the original amount.
8.
The number of gallons of water, y , in a tank after x hours may be modeled by the
linear equation y = 800 – 50x . Which of the following statements about the tank is
true?
It is filling at a rate of 800 gallons per hour.
It is emptying at a rate of 16 gallons per hour.

It is emptying at a rate of 50 gallons per hour.
It is filling at a rate of 50 gallons per hour.
It is emptying at a rate of 800 gallons per hour.

MAT 116 Week 4 Quiz
The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need
to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help
you master the material.
1.
Consider the following graph. What are the coordinates of point A?
2.
Consider the following graph.
What is the slope of Line ?
3.
Consider the following graph.
What is the y-intercept for Line ?
4.
A line passes through the points and .
What is the slope of the line that passes through the two points?
5.

A line passes through the points and .
What is the y-intercept of the line?
6.
In a coordinate plane, the points (2,4) and (3,-1) are on a line. Which of the following
must be true?
The line passes through (0,0).
The line crosses the x-axis.
The line is parallel to the y-axis.
The line rises from the lower left to the upper right.
The line stays above the x-axis at all times.
7.
Which of the following graphs best illustrates the relationship between exercise time
and total calories burned, as shown in the table below?
Exercise Time
(minutes)
Total
Calories
Burned
10
12
14
16
18

20
37
42
49
58
64
70
8.
For the figure below, which of the following points would be on the line that passes
through points N and P ?
(1, 1)
(-2, 0)
(4, 5)
(0, 0)
(5, 4)
9.
Which of the following is an equation of a line that passes through the point (0, 5) and
has a negative slope?
y = 5x
y = 5x – 5
y = -5x + 5
y = -5x – 5
y = 5x + 5

MAT 116 Week 5 Quiz
The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need
to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help
you master the material.
1.
Which line is perpendicular to the line ?
2.
Which set of points are on the line ?
3.
Consider the following function:
What is the domain of the function?
[0, 3]
(0, 3)
[0, 9]
(0, 9)
4.
Consider the following function:
What is the range of the function?
[0, 9]

(0, 9)
[0, 3]
(0, 3)
5.
Consider the following function:
What are the minimum and maximum x-values of the function?
minimum is 0, maximum is 9
minimum is 0, maximum is 3
minimum is 3, maximum is 9
6.
A plumber charges customers \$48 for each hour worked plus an additional \$9 for
travel. If h represents the number of hours worked, which of the following
expressions could be used to calculate the plumber’s total charge in dollars?
48 + 9 + h
(48 * 9) + h
48 * 9 * h
48 + (9 * h)
(48 * h) + 9
7.
At the school carnival, Carmen sold 3 times as many hot dogs as Shawn. The two of
them sold 152 hot dogs altogether. How many hot dogs did Carmen sell?
114
21

51
148
38

MAT 116 Week 6 Quiz
The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need
to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help
you master the material.
1.
Consider the following system of equations.
What can you conclude about the system of equations?
The system of equations is inconsistent.
The system of equations is dependent.
The system of equations is independent.
2.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
no solution
infinitely many solutions
3.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
4.

Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
5.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
infinitely many solutions
6.
Two large storage tanks, T and W, contain water. T starts losing water at the same time
additional water starts flowing into W. The graph below shows the amount of water in
each tank over a period of hours.
Assume that the rates of water loss and water gain continue as shown. At what
number of hours will the amount of water in T be equal to the amount of water in W ?
6
9
7
The amounts of water will never be equivalent.
8

MAT 116 Week 7 Quiz
The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need
to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help
you master the material.
1.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.

2.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
no solutions
3.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
4.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
5.
A system of inequalities is defined by the following formulas.
Which graph represents its solution?

MAT 116 Week 8 Quiz
The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need
to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help
you master the material.
1.
Simplify.
2.
Simplify.
3.
Simplify.

4.
Express in scientific notation.
5.
Express in scientific notation.

MAT 116 Week 9 Final Exam
The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need
to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help
you master the material.
1.
Calculate the sum of and .
2.
Calculate the product of and .
3.
Select the expression that represents the statement “14 more than a number”.
14n
14 – n
n + 14
n – 14
4.

Determine the value of 3(x + 7) – 8 when x = 7.
18
42
20
34
5.
Determine the value of x(7 – x) + 2 when x = –5.
–10
–8
–28
–58
6.
Select the expression that represents the statement “7 times a number”.
n+7
7n
n7
7.
There are 12 inches in a foot. How many inches are in 8 feet?
4 inches
96 inches
20 inches
1.5 inches

8.
In a given training week, a swimmer completes mile on day one, mile on day two,
and mile on day three.
How many total miles does the athlete swim in the given week?
miles
miles
miles
miles
9.
Select the simplified expression for 8(x – 6) – 4(x – 5) + 3x.
7x + 68
7x – 11
7x – 68
7x – 28
10.
The temperature on one day in January for Phoenix, AZ, is 36 degrees Fahrenheit. On
the same day in Barrow, AK, the temperature is -31 degrees Fahrenheit.
What is the difference between these two temperatures?
–5 degrees Fahrenheit
–31 degrees Fahrenheit
5 degrees Fahrenheit
67 degrees Fahrenheit
11.

Solve.
8x + 5 = 4
x=x = –9
x=
x=
12.
Select the expression that is equivalent to -6(x – 1).
-6x – 1
-6x + 1
-6x – 6
-6x + 6
13.
A clothing store offers a 60% discount on all purchases. What is the discount in
dollars (before tax) for an item originally costing \$24.00 dollars?
\$38.40
\$33.60
\$9.60
\$14.40
14.
A taxi company charges \$2.40 for the first mile and \$1.20 per mile for each additional
mile. How much would the bill be for a 15 mile trip?
\$19.20

\$20.40
\$34.80
\$54.00
15.
A team needs to save up at least \$400 for new uniforms and currently has \$210. They
decide to hold a fundraiser where they can earn \$7 in profits for each item sold. What
inequality could be solved to determine the minimum number, n, of items to be sold?
210 + 7n > 400
210 + 7n < 400
210 + 7n ≤ 400
210 + 7n ≥ 400
16.
The temperature on a summer day is degrees Fahrenheit. The formula to covert
temperature to degrees Celsius is C = 5/9(F-32). What is the corresponding
temperature in degrees Celsius?
°C
°C
°C
°C
17.
A family travels at an average rate of 41 miles per hour for a given road trip. How
long will it take them to reach their destination 246 miles away?
4 hours
5 hours

6 hours
7 hours
18.
Solve.
(5x – 2) = 7
x = 5.20
x = 7.60
x = –5.20
x = 6.00
19.
Solve the inequality.
- x – 8 > -1
x < 13.5
x > 13.5
x < –10.5
x > –10.5
20.
Solve the inequality.
0.2(0.1x + 0.9) -0.8
x49
x49
x-49

x-49
21.
Consider the following graph. What are the coordinates of point A?
22.
Consider the following graph.
What is the slope of Line ?
23.
Consider the following graph.
What is the y-intercept for Line ?
24.
A line passes through the points and .
What is the slope of the line that passes through the two points?
25.
A line passes through the points and .
What is the y-intercept of the line?
26.
Which line is perpendicular to the line y = x + 9 ?
y=x–9
y=–x+9
y = x + 10
y = – x + 10
27.

Which set of points are on the line y = 2x – 1?
{(0, -1), (7, 4)}
{(0, -1), (4, 7)}
{(-1, 0), (7, 4)}
{(-1, 0), (4, 7)}
28.
Consider the following graph:
What is the domain of the function?
[0, 3]
[0, 9]
(0, 9)
(0, 3)
29.
Consider the following graph:
What is the range of the function?
[0, 9]
(0, 9)
[0, 3]
(0, 3)
30.
Consider the following graph:
What are the minimum and maximum x-values of the function?

minimum is 0, maximum is 9
minimum is 0, maximum is 3
minimum is 3, maximum is 9
There are no minimum or maximum x-values.
31.
Consider the following system of equations.
y = 8x – 8
y – 8x = 9
What can you conclude about the system of equations?
The system of equations is inconsistent.
The system of equations is dependent.
The system of equations is independent.
none of these
32.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
-2x – 4y = 4
12y = -6x – 12
no solution
(0, -2)
(-2, 0)
infinitely many solutions
33.

Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
x + 4y = 6
6x – 12y = 9
(3, )
(3, )
(, 3)
(, 3)
34.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
4x + 2y = 1
y = 5 – 3x
(–8.5, –4.5)
(–8.5, 4.5)
(–4.5, –8.5)
(4.5, –8.5)
35.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
infinitely many solutions
no solution
36.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
37.

Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
no solutions
infinitely many solutions
38.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
3x + 2y = 2
2x – 2y = 4
(, – )
(–2, 4)
(, – )
(6, –8)
39.
Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.
40.
A system of inequalities is defined by the following formulas.
Which graph represents its solution?
41.
Simplify.
(8x)2
32x
128x
64×2

16×2
42.
Simplify.
x4 x3 x3
x10
10x
x36
36x
43.
Simplify.
44.
Express in scientific notation.
45.
Express in scientific notation.

MAT 116 Week 1 DQ 1
What is the difference between an equation and an expression? Include an example of
each. Can you solve for a variable in an expression? Explain your answer.Can you
MAT 116 Week 1 DQ 2
What are the steps of the order of operations?Why is it important that you follow the
steps rather than solve the problem from left to right?Write an expression for your
classmates to simplify using at least three of the following:

MAT 116 Week 1 DQ 3

Explain a real-world problem that you used math to solve. What mathematical
expressions did you use in your problem solving? Define your variables and explain

MAT 116 Week 1 DQ 4
Why is it important to follow the order of operations? What are some possible
outcomes when the order of operations is ignored? If you invented a new notation
where the order of operations was made clear, what would you do to make it clear?

MAT 116 Week 1 DQ 5
Why is it important to follow the order of operations? What are some possible
outcomes when the order of operations is ignored? Your answer must list the correct
order of operations and include an example of a problem completed using the correct
order of operations.
MAT 116 Week 1 DQ 6
What are some websites you can use to help you with this course? A substantive
answer will include the source (website) as well as a detailed description of the help it
can provide (a minimum of 50 words). Children's math websites are acceptable.
MAT 116 Week 1 DQ 7
What steps can be taken by students in this course if help is needed? What are some
coping mechanisms you will use during this course? What are some resources
available to you for the course? Hint: Look in the course materials as well as
MAT 116 Week 1 DQ 8
How do you envision managing your time throughout the next 8 weeks? I would like
to hear how you plan break up the DQ, participation, assignments and study plan
requirements. Sometimes have a plan is the best way to manage stress and succeed in
this environment. I encourage all of you to respond -- you may find a new way to
manage your time, or provide insight for someone else who is struggling to get it all
done!

MAT 116 Week 1 DQ 9

Experience a Live Math Tutoring session by clicking the Live Math Tutoring link
under Useful Links on the Materials tab of the student website. Ask the tutor to assist
you with a Week One homework problem or concept. Post the problem or concept a
tutor helped you with, the date and time of the tutoring session, and how valuable you
think having live tutors with 24/7 availability will be for your success in this course.
Please also share whether you joined a one-on-one or a group session and which
whiteboard tools you found to be most helpful in your discussions with the tutor.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MAT 116 Week 2 DQ 1
If the cost of a cell phone has decreased 400% during the past 10 years, does that
correspond to a cost decrease of four times? Explain your answer as though you were
talking to someone who has never taken algebra.
MAT 116 Week 2 DQ 2
What are the four steps for solving an equation? Should any other factors be
accounted for when solving an equation? Should any factors be accounted for when
MAT 116 Week 2 DQ 3
What resources are available to help you do well in this course? Which resources do
you think will help you the most? Why? How do you plan to use the resources
available to optimize your learning over the next 8 weeks?
MAT 116 Week 2 DQ 4
What is the difference between prime numbers and composite numbers? How are
prime numbers and composite numbers related? Prime numbers are often used in
cryptography. Why do you think prime numbers would be more useful for the creation
of codes than composite numbers?
MAT 116 Week 2 DQ 5
Explain the main differences among integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and
irrational numbers. How are these used in everyday life? How would you explain the
use of each to someone who did not know about the differences?
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MAT 116 Week 3 DQ 1
Why does the inequality sign change when both sides are multiplied or divided by a
negative number? Does this happen with equations? Why or why not?Write an
inequality for your classmates to solve. In your inequality, use both the
multiplication and addition properties of inequalities.
MAT 116 Week 3 DQ 2
How do you know if a value is a solution for an inequality? How is this different
from determining if a value is a solution to an equation?If you replace the equal sign
of an equation with an inequality sign, is there ever a time when the same value will
be a solution to both the equation and the inequality?Write an inequality and provide a
value that may or may not be a solution to the inequality.
MAT 116 Week 3 DQ 3
Can a linear equation and a linear inequality be solved in the same way? Explain why.
What makes them different?
MAT 116 Week 3 DQ 4
What are the four steps for solving a problem? Should any other factors be accounted
for when solving a problem? Should any factors be accounted for when explaining
MAT 116 Week 3 DQ 5
Why should we clear fractions when solving linear equations and inequalities?
Demonstrate how this is done with an example. Why should we clear decimals when
solving linear equations and inequalities? Demonstrate how this is done with an
example.
MAT 116 Week 3 DQ 6
Why doesn’t the problemsolving strategy stop after the equation is solved? Give an
example.
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What is the difference between a scatter plot and a line graph? Provide an example of
each. Does one seem better than the other? In what ways is it better?

MAT 116 Week 4 DQ 2
If a line has no y-intercept, what can you say about the line? What if a line has no xintercept? Think of a real-life situation where a graph would have no x- or y-intercept.
Will what you say about the line always be true in that situation?
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What similarities and differences do you see between functions and linear equations
studied in Ch. 3?Are all linear equations functions? Is there an instance when a linear
equation is not a function? Support your answer.Create an equation of a nonlinear
function and provide two inputs for your classmates to evaluate.
MAT 116 Week 5 DQ 2
What is the difference between domain and range? Describe a real-life situation that
could be modeled by a function.
MAT 116 Week 5 DQ 3
Imagine that a line on a Cartesian graph is approximately the distance y in feet a
person walks in x hours. What does the slope of this line represent? How is this graph
useful? Provide another example for your colleagues to explain
MAT 116 Week 5 DQ 4
What are the differences among expressions, equations, and functions? Provide
examples of each.
MAT 116 Week 5 DQ 5
Explain the concept of modeling. How does a model describe known data and predict
future data? How do models break down? Provide an example.
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How do you write a system of linear equations in two variables? Explain this in words
and by using mathematical notation in an equation.
MAT 116 Week 6 DQ 2

What are two symbolic techniques used to solve linear equations? Which do you feel
is better? Explain why.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MAT 116 Week 7 DQ 1
How many solution sets do systems of linear inequalities have? Do solutions to
systems of linear inequalities need to satisfy both inequalities? In what case might
they not?
MAT 116 Week 7 DQ 2
Do the equations x = 4y + 1 and x = 4y - 1 have the same solution? How might you
MAT 116 Week 7 DQ 3
Systems of equations can be solved by graphing, using substitution, or
elimination.What are the pros and cons of each method? Which method do you like
best? Why? What circumstances would cause you to use a different method?
MAT 116 Week 7 DQ 4
Review Examples 2–4 in section 8.4 of the text. How does the author determine what
the first equation should be? What about the second equation? How are these
examples similar? How are they different?
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Using the readings discussed in this course, provide one real-word application of the
information learned that has been the most valuable to you. Why has it been valuable?
MAT 116 Week 8 DQ 2
How do you think you will use the information you learned in this course in the
future? Which concepts will be most important to you? Which will be least important?
MAT 116 Week 8 DQ 3
What are the practical uses of scientific notation? Why is scientific notation so
important in modern-day society?

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------MAT 116 Week 9 DQ 1
Has the content in this course allowed you to think of math as a useful tool?
If so, explain how? What concepts investigated in this course apply to your personal
and professional life? In what ways did you use MyMathLab? for extra support?
MAT 116 Week 9 DQ 2
Explain how you feel about mathematics now as compared to before you took this
class. My best kept secret about math is...When it comes to math, I find it difficult
to... My biggest suggestion for anyone taking this course is…

MAT 116 Week 9 DQ 3
Provide one real-world example of when graphing could be useful. Do you think you
would ever use graphing in your life to solve problems? Explain why or why not.

MAT 116 Week 9 DQ 4
Knowing what you know now about mathematics, how would you explain to a friend
the value of mathematics in everyday life?

MAT 116 Week 9 DQ 5
List out major topics you have learned in these past 8 weeks and comment on easiest
and most difficult topics that you have encountered.

MAT 116 Week 9 DQ 6
If your son or daughter (or younger relative) asked you why they needed to learn math
in school, what would you tell them?

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