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**Week 1 DQ 1 1. What four steps should be used in evaluating expressions? 2.
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Can these steps be skipped or rearranged? Explain your answers.3. Provide an

expression for your classmates to evaluate.

**Week 1 DQ 21. Do you always use the property of distribution when
**

multiplying monomials and polynomials? Explain why or why not. 2. In what

situations would distribution become important?3. Provide an example using

the distributive property for your classmates to solve or evaluate.

**Week 1 DQ 3 What is the difference between solving and evaluating?Provide
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a detailed example of both.Provide one example for your classmates to solve

and one for them to evaluate.

**Week 1 DQ 4 Imagine your younger relative—of middle school age—was
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taking an algebra course and asked for your help. How would you teach the

multiplication of polynomials to her?

Week 2 DQ 11.

What is a greatest common factor? 2.

when you have found the greatest one?3.

How do you know

Give your classmates a problem

**that involves them figuring out the greatest common factor.
**

**Week 2 DQ 21. Explain how to factor the trinomial form: x2 + bx + c, by
**

demonstrating the steps with an example. (Use both words and mathematical

notations)2. Explain how to factor the trinomial form: ax2 + bx + c, by

demonstrating the steps with an example. (Use both words and mathematical

notations)3. Provide a trinomial for your classmates to factor.

**Week 3 DQ 1Answer the following in no less than 150 words. 1.
**

you factor the difference of two squares? 2.

square trinomial? 3.

cubes? 4.

How do

How do you factor the perfect

How do you factor the sum and difference of two

Which of these three makes the most sense to you? Explain why.

Week 3 DQ 21.

What one area from the readings in Week Three are you

most comfortable with? 2.

Why do you think that is? 3.

Using what you

**know about this area, create a discussion question that would trigger a
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discussion—that is, so there is no single correct answer to the question.

**Week 4 DQ 11. What constitutes a rational expression? 2. How would you
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explain this concept to someone unfamiliar with it?3. Provide an example for

your classmates to solve using any of the rational expression concepts from

this chapter.

**Week 4 DQ 21. How would you define what a rational exponent is? 2. Is there
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such a thing as an irrational exponent? Explain. 3. Provide an example using

rational/irrational exponents for your classmates to solve.

**Week 4 DQ 3What defines a rational expression? How would you explain this
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concept to someone unfamiliar with it? Do all rational equations have a single

solution? Why is that so? Is there such a thing as an irrational exponent?

Explain.

**Week 5 DQ 11. What are the two steps for simplifying radicals? 2. Can either
**

step be deleted? 3. If you could add a step that might make it easier or easier to

understand, what step would you add?4. Provide an example for your

classmates. (It must be a simplifying radical example)

**Week 5 DQ 21. What role do radical numbers play in your current or future
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profession? 2. Provide a specific example and relate your discussion to your

classroom learning this week.

**Week 6 DQ 11. How is the concept of direct variation used in everyday life?2.
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Provide an example.3. How is the concept of inverse variation used in

everyday life?4. Provide an example.5. How is the concept of join variation

used in everyday life?6. Provide an example.

**Week 6 DQ 21. Other than those listed in the text, how might the Pythagorean
**

theorem be used in everyday life? 2. Provide examples of each.

**Week 6 DQ 31) Explain the zero-product property.2) Explain how to solve a
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quadratic using the zero-product property and illustrate your explanation with

an example. (Meaning example the steps and show the mathematical steps)3)

Provide an example for your classmates to solve using the zero-product

property.

**Week 6 DQ 41) What is the difference between using ( ) and [ ] when writing
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an answer in interval notation?2) Describe what the domain is.3) Describe

what the range is.4) Provide an example using interval notation for your

classmates to solve.

**Week 7 DQ 11. Quadratic equations, which are expressed in the form of ax2 +
**

bx + c = 0, where a does not equal 0, may have how many solutions?2.

Explain why.3. Provide an example for your classmates where they have to

figure out how many solutions a quadratic has.

**Week 7 DQ 21. What is the quadratic formula?2. What is it used for?3.
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Provide an example, not found in the text.

**Week 7 DQ 3Explain the four-steps for solving quadratic equations. Can any
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of these steps be eliminated? Can the order of these steps be changed? Would

you add any steps to make it easier, or to make it easier to understand?

Week 8 DQ 11. Write an original word problem involving a quadratic

**function. 2. How would you explain the steps in finding the solution to
**

someone not in this class? (Meaning, work out and explain your own

example)3. Provide an original problem for your classmates to solve.

**Week 8 DQ 21. What is the relationship between exponents and logarithms? 2.
**

How would you distinguish between the two, using both a graph and a

sequence?3. Provide an example for your classmates to solve using

logarithms.

**Week 8 DQ 3Which of the four operations on functions do you think is the
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easiest to perform? What is the most difficult? Explain why for the easiest and

most difficult.

**Week 8 DQ 4Is the compound interest formula—such as would be used to
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calculate a car loan—an example of a function? If yes, of what type of

function is it an example? Why might you identify it with that type of

function?

**Week 9 DQ 11) From the concepts you have learned in this course, provide a
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real-world application of something that you think has been the most valuable

to you? Why has it been valuable2) How do you think you will use the

information you learned in this course in the future? 3) Which concepts will be

most important to you? Explain why. 4) Which do you anticipate will be the

least important? Explain why.

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you to grasp? Why do you think it was easy for you? 2) Which was the

hardest? What would have made that hard-to-learn concept easier to learn?

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course, provide a real-world application of something that you think has been

the most valuable to you? Why has it been valuable?

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functions might be useful? Do you think you will ever use functions in your

life to solve problems? If yes, explain how and why; if no, explain why not.

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course, what would you tell her?

MAT 117 Week 1 Quiz

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MAT 117 Week 1 Quiz

**1. Which of the following best illustrates a geometric representation of ( x + 2) (
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x + 4) ?

2. Select the difference of

3. Simplify the following expression.

4. Select the product of

5. Simplify the following expression.

6. Select the product of

7. Select the product of

8. Select the product of

9. Select the product of

10. Select the product of (3x+7).(7x-3).

11. Select the difference of (2x^2 -13x+7) – (1-12x) .

MAT 117 Week 2 Quiz

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**1. Factor the expression.
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2. Factor the expression.

3. Factor the expression.

4. Factor the expression.

5. Factor the expression.

MAT 117 Week 3 Quiz

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**1. Factor the expression.
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2. Factor the expression.

3. Factor the expression.

4. Factor the expression.

5. Factor the expression.

-216x^3 + 1

6. Simplify .

sqrt(75)

7. Simplify .

sqrt(300) / sqrt(6)

**8. Simplify the following expression.
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MAT 117 Week 4 Quiz

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**1. On a recent test, Jeremy wrote the equation (x^2-16)/(x-4) = x+4 . Which of
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the following statements is correct about the equation?

The equation is never true

The equation is sometimes true when x=4.

The equation is always true.

The equation is always true, except when x=4.

**2. Simplify the following rational expression. (x^2-25)/(x^2-3x-10)
**

(x+5)/(x+2)

3.5x

2.5x-10

(x^2-25)/(x^2-3x-10)

**3. Select the product. 9/(x-1) * 7/(x-3)
**

63/(x-4)

(9x+27)/(7x-7)

63/(x-1)(x-3)

16/(x-1)(x-3)

**4. Select the quotient: (x+4)/(x-1)÷(x^2+x)/(x-1)
**

(x+4)/x(x+1)

(x+4)/(x-1)^2

1/x

(x^2+4x+4)/2x

**5. Select the difference. 3/(2x-1) – 5/(2x-1)
**

-15/(2x-1)^2

-2/(2x-1)

-15/(2x-1)

0

**6. Select the sum: x/(3x-6) +1/8
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x/24(x-2)

(1+x)/(3x+2)

x/(24x-48)

(11x-6)/24(x-2)

MAT 117 Week 5 Quiz

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Your Answers: 5 / 5 Correct (100%)

**1. Select the value of that is a solution for this equation: 6/x = 7/(x+3)
**

-3

18

6

9

**2. An object 4.8 feet tall casts a shadow that is 14.4 feet long. How long in feet
**

would the shadow be for an object which is 15.9 feet tall?

3. Simplify the expression: cube root (5/64)

4. Simplify the expression.

5. Simplify the expression: 5/(8+sqrt7)

MAT 117 Week 6 Quiz

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**1. If f(x) = sqrt(x^2-1) and g(x)=sqrt(x-1), which expression represents f(x)/g(x)
**

for x>1?

Sqrt(x)

Sqrt(x+1)

1/ Sqrt(x+1)

Sqrt(x-1)

**2. Consider the diagram below.
**

**The function h(x)=1/98 x^2 describes h(x), the height of part of a rollercoaster
**

track, where x is the horizontal distance in feet from the center of this section

of the track. The towers that support this part of the track are the same height

and are 150 feet apart. Which is the best estimate of the height of the towers?

85.7 feet

57.4 feet

121.2 feet

229.6 feet

**3. The profit P, in dollars, for a company is modeled by the function P(x) =
**

-750x^2 + 15000x, where x is the number of items produced. For which

values of x will the company lose money ?

x > 20

2< x ≤ 10

10 < x < 20

x<2

**4. Nancy made the following statement:
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**The range of f(x) = ax + b is the set of all real numbers given that a and b are
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real numbers.

Which produces a counter example to her statement?

a=0

a<0

b=0

b<0

5. Consider the equations:

f(x) = -6x-1 and g(x) = 4x^2

Select the solution for (f+g)(x)

-6x-1+4x^2

-24x^3-4x^2

-24x^2-1

-6x-1-24x^2

**6. Consider the equations:
**

f(x) = -6x-1 and g(x) = 4x^2

Select the solution for (fg)(x)

-6x-1+4x^2

-24x^3-4x^2

-24x^2-1

-24x^5

**7. Select the x-coordinate of the vertex of the parabola defined by the function
**

f(x) = -5×2 + 9x + 3.

8. Determine the equation of g(x) that results from translating the function f(x) =

x^2 + 5 upward 9 units.

9. Determine the equation of g(x) that results from translating the function f(x) =

(x + 10)^2 to the right 12 units.

g(x) = (x – 2)^2

g(x) = (x + 22)^2

g(x) = (x + 10)^2 – 12

g(x) = (x + 10)^2 + 12

MAT 117 Week 7 Quiz

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**each area below to help you master the material.
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Your Answers: 6 / 6 Correct (100%)

1. Which of the following conclusions is true about the statement below?

x^2 = sqrt(x)

The statement is always true.

The statement is never true.

The statement is true when x is negative.

The statement is true when x=0.

**2. Solve for in the equation x^2 – 2x – 63 = 0.
**

{-7, -9}

{7, -9}

{-7, 9}

{7, 9}

3.Select the approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x) = 0, where

f(x) = -9x^2 + 6x + 7.

{–1.29, 0.86}

{-9, 6}

{–0.67, –0.78}

{–0.61, 1.28}

4.Select the approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x) = 0, where

f(x) = -9x^2 + 8x + 3.

{1.17, –0.28}

{-9, 8}

{–0.89, –0.33}

{–3.00, 2.67}

5.Select the approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x) = 0, where

f(x) = -6x^2 + 2x + 2.

{–0.43, 0.77}

{-6, 2}

{–0.33, –0.33}

{–3.00, 1.00}

6.Solve for x in the equation x^2 – 13x + 36 = 0.

{4, 9}

{-4, 9}

{4, -9}

{-4, -9}

MAT 117 Week 8 Quiz

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**1. The graph of the function f is shown below.
**

which grad shows the graph of f-1 ?

**2. which graph represents the inverse of h(x)=-3x+6 ?
**

3. Given the function f(x)=9x+7, find its inverse.

4.Simplify the logarithm log2(64). Select the correct solution.

6

64

62

32

**5.Select the first five terms in the arithmetic sequence an = 2n, starting with n
**

= 1.

{, , , , }

{1, 2, 3, 4, 5}

{3, 4, 5, 6, 7}

{2, 4, 6, 8, 10}

**6.Select the first five terms in the geometric sequence an=2^n-1 , starting with
**

n=1.

7.Select the sum of the series. Ek= k^2 (k from 1 to 5)

55

56

200

225

MAT 117 Week 9 Final Exam

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1.Select the difference of

2.Simplify the following expression.

3.Select the product of

4.Simplify the following expression.

5.Select the product of

6.Select the product of

7.Select the product of

8.Select the product of

9.Select the product of (3x+7).(7x-3). .

10.Select the difference of (2x^2 -13x+7) – (1-12x).

11.Factor the expression.

12.Factor the expression.

13.Factor the expression.

14.Factor the expression.

15.Factor the expression.

16.Factor the expression.

17.Factor the expression. x2 + 2x + 24

18.Factor the expression.

19.Factor the expression.

20.Factor the expression. -216x^3 + 1

21. Simplify the following rational expression. (x^2-25)/(x^2-3x-10)

(x+5)/(x+2)

3.5x

2.5x-10

(x^2-25)/(x^2-3x-10)

22. Select the product. 9/(x-1) * 7/(x-3)

63/(x-4)

(9x+27)/(7x-7)

63/(x-1)(x-3)

16/(x-1)(x-3)

23. Select the quotient: (x+4)/(x-1)÷(x^2+x)/(x-1)

(x+4)/x(x+1)

(x+4)/(x-1)^2

1/x

(x^2+4x+4)/2x

24. Select the difference. 3/(2x-1) – 5/(2x-1)

-15/(2x-1)^2

-2/(2x-1)

-15/(2x-1)

0

25. Select the sum: x/(3x-6) +1/8

x/24(x-2)

(1+x)/(3x+2)

x/(24x-48)

(11x-6)/24(x-2)

26. Select the value of that is a solution for this equation: 6/x = 7/(x+3)

-3

18

6

9

**27. An object 6.6 feet tall casts a shadow that is 19.8 feet long. How long in
**

feet would the shadow be for an object which is 18.3 feet tall?

5.1 feet

6.1 feet

31.5 feet

feet

28. Simplify the expression: cube root (5/64)

29. Simplify the expression.

30. Simplify the expression: 5/(8+sqrt7)

31. Solve for in the equation x2 – 3x – 40 = 0.

{-5, -8}

{5, -8}

{-5, 8}

{5, 8}

32. Consider the equations:

f(x) = -6x-1 and g(x) = 4x^2

Select the solution for (f+g)(x)

-6x-1+4x^2

-24x^3-4x^2

-24x^2-1

-6x-1-24x^2

33. Consider the equations:

f(x) = -6x-1 and g(x) = 4x^2

Select the solution for (fg)(x)

-6x-1+4x^2

-24x^3-4x^2

-24x^2-1

-24x^5

**34. Select the x-coordinate of the vertex of the parabola defined by the
**

function f(x) = -5×2 + 9x + 3.

**35. Determine the equation of g(x) that results from translating the function
**

f(x) = x^2 + 5 upward 9 units.

**36. Determine the equation of g(x) that results from translating the function
**

f(x) = (x + 10)^2 to the right 12 units.

37. Select the approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x) = 0, where

f(x) = -2×2 + 4x + 9.

{–0.22, 0.44}

{-2, 4}

{–2.00, –4.50}

{–1.35, 3.35}

38. Select the approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x) = 0, where

f(x) = -5×2 + 3x + 3.

{1.13, –0.53}

{-5, 3}

{–0.60, –0.60}

{–1.67, 1.00}

39. Select the approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x) = 0, where

f(x) = -9×2 + 2x + 4.

{–0.56, 0.79}

{-9, 2}

{–0.22, –0.44}

{–2.25, 0.50}

40. Solve for x in the equation x2 – 9x + 18 = 0.

{3, 6}

{-3, 6}

{3, -6}

{-3, -6}

41. Given the function f(x)=9x+7, find its inverse.

42. Simplify the logarithm log2(64). Select the correct solution.

6

64

62

32

**43. Select the first five terms in the arithmetic sequence an = 2n, starting with
**

n = 1.

{, , , , }

{1, 2, 3, 4, 5}

{3, 4, 5, 6, 7}

{2, 4, 6, 8, 10}

**44. Select the first five terms in the geometric sequence an=2^n-1 , starting
**

with n=1.

45. Select the sum of the series. Ek= k^2 (k from 1 to 5)

55

56

200

225

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