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QUESTION #1:
The expression (a + b) = an + bn can be true if ________.
ANSWER: n = 1
QUESTION #2:
Every real number has a multiplicative inverse except ________.
ANSWER: zero
QUESTION #3:
The union of the set of natural numbers and their additive inverse is ________.
ANSWER: zero
QUESTION #4:
If A = {w, s, 0} and B = {y, z, 0}, then A ∩ B is ________.
ANSWER: 0
QUESTION #5:
By distributive law, (uv)(a + b) = ________.
ANSWER: uva + uvb
QUESTION #6:
- 24 = ________.
ANSWER: -16
QUESTION #7:
________ are set of numbers whose elements are natural numbers.
ANSWER: Whole numbers
QUESTION #8:
(-2)3 = ________.
ANSWER: -8
QUESTION #9:
(x + a)(x+ b) = ________.
ANSWER: x2 + (a+b)x + ab

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QUESTION #10:
(g3 + h3) = (g+h)(________)
ANSWER: g2 – gh + h2
QUESTION #11:
x + y(3 + z) = y(3 + z) + x by ________ property of real numbers.
ANSWER: commutative
QUESTION #12:
(-8, 5] ∩ (2, 10) = ________.
ANSWER: (2, 5]
QUESTION #13:
|-2 - |-12| | = ________.
ANSWER: 14
QUESTION #14:
In scientific notation, 0.000005036 = ________.
ANSWER: 5.036 x 10-6
QUESTION #15:
The factors of 2x2 + 1 + x4 are ________.
ANSWER: (x2 + 1)2
QUESTION #16:
a2 + ________ + 81 = (a + 9)2
ANSWER: 16a
QUESTION #17:
A ________ is a real number that can be expressed as a ratio of two integers.
ANSWER: fraction
QUESTION #18:
The greatest common factor of the expression (1+x) -1/3(3 – 2x) + (1+x)-4/3(3 – 2x)-2
ANSWER: (1+x)-4/3(3 – 2x)-2

ANSWER: 2x3 – 3 QUESTION #21: The expression [(2x2+my2z0)/(12xmy2+m)]-2 is equivalent to ________. a binomial. ANSWER: -5mn QUESTION #27: (s3r+1)(s2-5r) = ________. ANSWER: (2x – y) and (x+2y) QUESTION #25: 12 – [2 – (5 – 9)] = ________. ANSWER: s-2r+3 . ANSWER: (36y2m)/(x4) QUESTION #22: A/an ________ is any real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers. ANSWER: common factoring QUESTION #24: The factors of 2x2 + 3xy – 2y2 are ________. n+ 2 n −1 2 a (b ) 2 ANSWER: anb-2n+2 QUESTION #20: ________. ANSWER: irrational number QUESTION #23: The type of factoring illustrated in (2x – 3y)(2x + 3y) is ________.ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 3 of 22) QUESTION #19: n+1 2 n−1 2 n (a ) (b ) = ________. is a factor of 8x9 – 27. ANSWER: 6 QUESTION #26: -2m(3n + 2n) + 5mn = ________.

ANSWER: 22mn QUESTION #33: (2x + 3y – z)2 = ________. ANSWER: (-125y21)/(729) QUESTION #30: The ________ rule states that the sum or product of two numbers are not affected by the order by which they are added or multiplied. ANSWER: polynomial QUESTION #32: ([22]n)m = ________. ANSWER: commutative QUESTION #31: An algebraic expression whose terms are all non-negative integral powers of one or more variables is called a ________. a perfect square. ANSWER: 4x2 . ANSWER: 8x3 – 36x2y + 54xy2 – 27y3 QUESTION #35: (5x – 2y2)2 = 25x2 + ________ + 4y4 ANSWER: -10xy2 QUESTION #36: x4 – 26x2 + 121 is factorable by adding and subtracting ________.ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 4 of 22) QUESTION #28: (7xy5)(-2xy2)4 = ________. ANSWER: 4x2 + 9y2 + z2 + 12xy – 6yz – 4xz QUESTION #34: (2x – 3y)3 = ________. ANSWER: 112x5y13 QUESTION #29: [(-15y8)/(27y)]3 = ________.

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 5 of 22) QUESTION #37: The degree of the polynomial (3x 5 – 2x2y2 – 2xy3 + 5y3) with respect to both x and y is ________. ANSWER: -a QUESTION #39: Factor out completely: 16xy5z – 54x2y4z4 + 16x5y – 54x2y4z3 ANSWER: (2x2y)(z+1)(2x-3yz)(4x2+6xyz+9y2z2) QUESTION #40: Factor out completely: 3x2 – 7x – 40 + 12y2 – 12xy + 14y ANSWER: (3x-6y+8)(x-2y-5) QUESTION #41: Factor out completely: –4uv + 4u2 + 6vw – 12uw + v2 + 9w2 ANSWER: (v-2u+3w)2 QUESTION #42: Factor out completely: 12x5y2 – (39x3y4 + 27xy6) ANSWER: (3xy2)(x+y)(x-y)(2x-3y)(2x+3y) QUESTION #43: Factor out completely: 4x4 + 3x2y2 + y4 ANSWER: (2x2-xy+y2)(2x2+xy+y2) QUESTION #44: Factor out completely: 9x2 – 24xy + 16y2 ANSWER: (3x-4y)2 QUESTION #45: Factor out completely: 14(x+y)2 – (x+y) – 3 ANSWER: (2x+2y-1)(7x+7y+3) . ANSWER: 5 QUESTION #38: The additive inverse of a number a is ________.

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 6 of 22) QUESTION #46: Factor out completely: x4 – y2 + 2yz – z2 ANSWER: (x2+y-z)(x2-y+z) QUESTION #47: Factor out completely: 81m4 + 4n4 ANSWER: (9n2+6mn+2n2)(9n2-6mn+2n2) QUESTION #48: Factor out completely: x6n+2y – 16x2y(x3n – 4) ANSWER: (x2y)(xn-2)2(x2n+2xn+4)2 QUESTION #49: Factor out completely: 5x(x + y + 5) + x2y + 6(y+5) ANSWER: (x+2)(x+3)(y+5) QUESTION #50: Factor out completely: m4n4 – 34m2n2p4 + p8 ANSWER: (m2n2+6mnp2+p4)(m2n2-6mnp2+p4) QUESTION #51: Factor out completely: 2xn+6y2 – 2y(7xn+3y + 8xny) ANSWER: (2xny2)(x+1)(x2-x+1)(x-2)(x2+2x+4) QUESTION #52: Factor out completely: 24x2n+3 – 81x2ny6 ANSWER: (3x2n)(2x-3y2)(4x2+6xy2+9y4) QUESTION #53: Factor out completely: 3(x2+9)4(2)(2x+3)2 + (x2+9)3(4)(2x)(2x+3)3 ANSWER: (2)(x2+9)3(2x+3)2(11x2+12x+27) QUESTION #54: Factor out completely: x4 + 2x2y2 + 9y4 ANSWER: (x2+2xy+3y2)(x2-2xy+3y2) .

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 7 of 22) QUESTION #55: Factor out completely: 12a2 + 12ab – 8a – 4b + 3b2 + 1 ANSWER: (6a+3b-1)(2a+b-1) QUESTION #56: Factor out completely: 3(x + y)2 – 2(x – y)2 – 5x2 + 5y2 ANSWER: (-2)(x-3y)(2x+y) QUESTION #57: ________ are real numbers which can be expressed as a ratio of two integers. ANSWER: Rational numbers QUESTION #58: √ −4 = ________. ANSWER: 2i QUESTION #59: A/an ________ is one which has one or more than one fractions in its numerator and/or denominator. ANSWER: 1−√ 2 QUESTION #61: 2x−8 x Simplify: 3x−12 + 2 ANSWER: 3x+ 4 6 QUESTION #62: √ 3 Simplify: 2 m n √ m2 n3 ANSWER: 12 4 √ m 2 n5 . ANSWER: complex fraction QUESTION #60: The conjugate of 1+ √ 2 is ________.

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 8 of 22) QUESTION #63: Simplify: √ 27−√3 27−√6 27 ANSWER: 2 √ 3−3 QUESTION #64: Simplify: √3 2 √ 2−√ 4 6 3 −√ 32−2 √ 2 2 ANSWER: QUESTION #65: 4 Simplify: (−32x5 y 0) 5 ANSWER: 16x4 QUESTION #66: 1 2 Simplify: x 2 y 3 √6 64x3 y 2 ANSWER: 2xy QUESTION #67: Simplify: √ 5 √3 5 ANSWER: √6 3125 QUESTION #68: Simplify: √ 7 ANSWER: y x3 z2 √7 x 4 y z 5 xz QUESTION #69: 4n 6n 2n Simplify: √ x y ANSWER: x √ xy .

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 9 of 22) QUESTION #70: Simplify: 3 √ ANSWER: 1 x−1 √3 x 2+ √3 x+ 1 x −1 QUESTION #71: Simplify: √ a−2 √ b √ a+ 2 √ b ANSWER: √ a 2−4 b QUESTION #72: Simplify: x−3 ( x −2) x−3 1 ANSWER: x+ 1 QUESTION #73: 2 2 3x + y 2x + Simplify: 2 2 y− x x −y x− y ANSWER: x+ y QUESTION #74: a−1−b−1 Simplify: a−b −1 ANSWER: ab QUESTION #75: √3 2 Simplify: 3 √ 2−√3 4 3 3 ANSWER: −(1+ √ 2+ √ 4) .

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 10 of 22) QUESTION #76: 1 y+ 1− 1 1− Simplify: 1− 1 z y+ z ANSWER: 1 QUESTION #77: Simplify: 3x y 2x− y + 2 − 2 2 2 2 2x + 3xy−2y x −4y 2x −5xy+ 2y 2 2 2 2 QUESTION #78: [ ] − Simplify: 1 2(8) √ 32 1 2√ 2 5 ( ) ( −4 √ √ 225 3 3 √ 540 8 1 3 − 3 4 −2 ) 0 ANSWER: 8 QUESTION #79: [( )] ( 9x 2−24x+ 16 3 2 2x −3x ) x 2−7( x−7) x2 Simplify: [ 2 x −7xy+ y x −7xy+ y = (2x− y)( x + 2y)( x−2y) 2x3− x 2y−8xy 2+ 4y3 ANSWER: 9x2−16 9x3+ 63x2−16x−112 6x2 −x−12 x 3+ 343 1 ANSWER: 3x+ 4 ] .

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 11 of 22) QUESTION #80: 1 2 1 2 Simplify: 2( a+ 1) 2 (a−1)− 3 + 2(a+ 1)− 2 (a−1) 3 2 √ (a+ 1) (a−1) [ (a+ 1)+ (a−1) √ a−1 ] ANSWER: ( a+ 1)(a−1) 6 3 2 3 QUESTION #81: Simplify: √ 2+ √ 6 √ 3−2 ANSWER: −5 √ 2−3 √ 6 QUESTION #82: Simplify: √ √ √ √ 2y3 18y x 50y3 x 2 32y5 + y + − 3 3 5 7 5 y x x x x 5y √ 2xy x2 ANSWER: QUESTION #83: 3 Simplify: y √ 4 √ yz 6 √ 32y 2 z 2 √8 16y4 z 4 6 2 2 ANSWER: y √ 8y z QUESTION #84: a−a Simplify: ( 2−a 3a ) 2 a+ ANSWER: 1+ a a−2 2(a−2) 3(a−1) QUESTION #85: 2x+ 4y 4x3 y− xy 3 Simplify: 9y2 x 2+ 2xy−3x−6xy −3y2+ 3x(2x+ y ) 12x4 y 3+ 6x3 y 4 2 ANSWER: 4x ( x+ y) x−3 .

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 12 of 22) QUESTION #86: x x−1 2− x+ 1 x 1− x+ 3 x−2− Simplify: ANSWER: -2 QUESTION #87: x 3x−1 1 2 − + 2 Simplify: x−1 − 2 1−x x −1 x −2x+ 1 2 x −x + 4 2 x −1 ANSWER: QUESTION #88: Simplify: ( x 4 + x 2 y 2+ y 4 2x 2 −5xy+ y 2 x 3+ 8y 3 2x 2+ xy− y 2 )( x 2−4y 2 x 3− x 2 y+ ( x− y )( xy+ y 2) ( x + y)(x 2−2y+ y 2 ) ANSWER: 2 ( x − y)( x −2x+ 4) QUESTION #89: ( √ )( √ 6 Simplify: x2 y z 15 x4 y2 z ) √5 xz2 √ yz ANSWER: √5 x 2 y z 2 z QUESTION #90: 1 2 1 2 2 Simplify: 2 (a − x ) (−2x)+ a − ANSWER: √ a 2−x 2 a+ x (√ ) 1 a x 2 1−( ) a ) .

ANSWER: solution set QUESTION #93: If an equation is satisfied only by some elements in the domain of the variable. ANSWER: literal equations QUESTION #97: A/an ________ may be introduced to an equation if squaring is done to both sides of the equation. ANSWER: solution set . then the equation is called an ________.ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 13 of 22) QUESTION #91: The sets of replacements for x for which the statement makes sense (though not necessarily true) is called ________ of the variable x. ANSWER: conditional equation QUESTION #94: An equation is called ________ if the solution set of the equation is identical to the domain. ANSWER: extraneous root QUESTION #98: The ________ is the set of all roots of a given conditional equation. ANSWER: identical QUESTION #95: Equations with the same solution set are called ________. ANSWER: equivalent equations QUESTION #96: Equations in which constants are also represented by letters are called ________. ANSWER: domain QUESTION #92: The set of elements in the domain which makes the equation true is known as the ________ of the equation.

ANSWER: 10y + x QUESTION #101: Determine the value of the discriminant of 2x2 + 6x + 7. ANSWER: a0 QUESTION #100: If a two digit number has x for its units digits and y for its tens digits. ANSWER: -1/2 QUESTION #106: 2 (2+ 3i) Simplify: [Note: “i” is an imaginary number. b = 8 and c = 8 ANSWER: 0 QUESTION #103: Determine the value of k of x2 + 4xk + 1 = 0 so that the roots of the equation are equal.] 5−4i 73 40 ANSWER: − 41 + 41 i . then the number can be represented as ________. then q is a factor of ________.ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 14 of 22) QUESTION #99: If p/q (in lowest terms) is a rational root of the polynomial equation a 0xn + a1xn-1 + … + an-1x + an = 0. ANSWER: -20 QUESTION #102: Determine the value of the discriminant if a = 2. ANSWER: ±1/2 QUESTION #104: Determine the value of k of kx 2 – 15x + 4 = 0 so that the sum of the roots of the equation is 20. ANSWER: 3/4 QUESTION #105: Determine the value of k of (3k+2)x2 + 2x + k = 0 so that the product of the roots of the equation is -1.

: { } QUESTION #112: Determine the solution set of the equation: 3x 2 – 2x – 6 = 0 ANSWER: S. then R1 = ________. then y = ________. 9+ ANSWER: P=4 [ ( )( ) ] T R 9a + b 2a − 2 a v QUESTION #110: L ay If y− r = L −2 P . ANSWER: y= L2 −2 PLr rL−ra QUESTION #111: 1 4 4x+ 4 Determine the solution set of the equation: 2x+ 5 − 2x−1 = 2 4x + 8x−5 ANSWER: S.] ANSWER: 12 – 2i QUESTION #108: If R= 1 1 1 .ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 15 of 22) QUESTION #107: 3−8 i 8 Simplify: i ( 4−5 i )+ −i [Note: “i” is an imaginary number.S.S. then P = ________.:{ 1±√ 19 } 3 . + R1 R 2 ANSWER: R1= QUESTION #109: T P 2a If R = 4 + 2 v ( R R2 R 2− R )( ) b a .

− 4 } QUESTION #114: Determine the solution set of the equation: x5 + 4x4 – 4x3 – 34x2 – 45x – 18 = 0 ANSWER: S.S.-3. 3 2 3 QUESTION #118: Determine the solution set of the equation: 5bx 2 + 2ax + 6 = 0 −a±√ a −30b } 5b 2 ANSWER: S.S.ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 16 of 22) QUESTION #113: ( Determine the solution set of the equation: 3 4x− 1 1 2 ) ( ) 1 1 −4 4x− −15=0 x x 3 ANSWER: S.:{ 2± √ 86 i } 6 QUESTION #117: Determine the solution set of the equation: 18x 5 – 25x3 – 41x2 + 3x4 – 15x = 0 5 1 2±√ 5 i } ANSWER: S. 3 .: {-1.-2. .-1.:{0.3.S.S.-3.S: {-1.: {0} QUESTION #116: Deterrmine the solution set of the equation: 6x 2 = 4x – 15 ANSWER: S.: {-1.S.:{ QUESTION #119: Determine the solution set of the equation: (x2 – 2x)2 + 18(–x2 + 2x) + 45 = 0 ANSWER: S.− .S.− 4 .S.3} QUESTION #115: Determine the solution set of the equation: 1−x (3x+ 5) x−2 3x − = 2x+ 1 (2x−3) x−2 2− x ANSWER: S.7} √ x−3+ √ x+ 5=2+ √ 2x−2 .5} QUESTION #120: Determine the solution set of the equation: ANSWER: S.:: {1.

second part – 550 mph . If both worked for 3 hours then Hermione quits. By that time. ANSWER: first part – 625 mph. During the first 3 hours of the flight.ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 17 of 22) QUESTION #121: Determine the solution set of the equation: 3x 4 – 17x3 + 37x2 – 33x + 10 = 0 2 ANSWER: S. How long will it take Ron and Hermione to finish the job alone. How long after Mr.S. which is 80% iron. Cole leaves will he overtake Mr. Watson and how far from home will they be? ANSWER: Mr. a neighbor who works at the same office building takes the same route at 50 kph. QUESTION #126: It took an airplane 7 hours to fly 4075 miles. QUESTION #125: Mr. ANSWER: Ron can finish the job alone in 8 hours while Hermione can finish the job alone in 24 hours. Cole. they are 16. 3 . If the box is to hold 48 in3. 2±2 i } QUESTION #122: Ron and Hermione can paint a room for 6 hours. QUESTION #123: A box with a square base and no top is to be made from a square piece of tin by cutting out a 3-inch square from each corner and folding up the sides. Cole will overtake Mr. Ron can complete the rest of the painting job in four more hours. what size piece of tin should be used? ANSWER: 10 inch by 10 inch QUESTION #124: How many tons each of scrap iron and steel. which decreased its rate by 75 mph for the rest of the flight. Determine the rate on each part of the flight. Watson drives to office at 20 kph at half an hour earlier than Mr.67 km far from home. Cole. must be fused to produce 16 tons of 90% iron steel rods? ANSWER: One needs 8 tons of scrap iron and 8 tons of steel. Watson at 20 minutes after he leaves home. Mr.:: {1. It then ran into bad weather. it had good weather.

: {x|(-7<x<-1)U(11<x<17)} ∣ x−53∣< 4 . (2 + log3 x – 2 log3 y) is equal to ________.: {x|-4<x<14} QUESTION #133: Determine the solution set of the expression: 2< ANSWER: S. it takes John 4 hours to deliver all the flyers. ANSWER: y=2+ log3 x QUESTION #129: The domain of y=log 3 x−1 is ________. Pete and Lyn deliver advertising flyers in a small town. Working together. and it takes Lyn 1 hour longer than Pete. QUESTION #128: The inverse function of y=3 x−2 is ________.S.ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 18 of 22) QUESTION #127: John. ANSWER: log 3 9x y2 QUESTION #132: Determine the solution set of the expression: −5< −x + 4 <4 2 ANSWER: S. ANSWER: x > 1 QUESTION #130: The simplified form of e−2 ln 3 is equal to ________. How long does it take Pete to deliver all the flyers alone? ANSWER: Pete can deliver advertising flyers alone for 3 hours. If each works alone. they can deliver all the flyers in 40% of the time it takes Pete working alone.S. 1 ANSWER: 9 QUESTION #131: If expressed as a single algorithm.

S.:{ ln (2±√ 3) } ln (3) .S.: {x|(-∞<x<-1/2)U(0<x<1)} QUESTION #138: Determine the solution set of the expression: 21 ∣ 32 − x3∣≥5 39 ANSWER: S.ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 19 of 22) QUESTION #134: Determine the solution set of the expression: −6< 9 −5x−3 −2≤0 3 9 ANSWER: S.S.S.S.:: { x|( x≤− 2 )∪( x ≥ 2 )} QUESTION #139: Determine the solution set of the expression: 2 x+ 1=128 x ANSWER: S.S.S.: {x|(-∞<x<-2)U(1<x<2)} QUESTION #137: Determine the solution set of the expression: 2x 3(2x2-x-1) > 0 ANSWER: S.: {1/6} QUESTION #140: Determine the solution set of the expression: 3 x −3− x =4 ANSWER: S.:: { x|− 5 ≤x< 5 } QUESTION #135: <4 ∣ 2−3x −4 ∣ Determine the solution set of the expression: −3 10 22 ANSWER: S.::{ x|( x> − 3 )∪( x< 3 )} QUESTION #136: Determine the solution set of the expression: –5(x – 3) 2(x2 – 4)(x – 1) > 0 ANSWER: S.

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 20 of 22) QUESTION #141: Determine the solution set of the expression: log 2(x+2) – 3 = log23 – log2x ANSWER: S. y = -2.: {x|x=4} QUESTION #142: Determine the solution set of the expression: 2(3 2x) – 4(3-2x) = – 7 1 ln 2 ANSWER: x=− 2 ln 3 QUESTION #143: Determine the solution set of the expression: log 2(11-x) = log2(x+1) – log 103 ANSWER: x = 1/3 QUESTION #144: Determine the solution set of the expression: 2(3 x) – 15(3-x) = – 7 3 2 ANSWER: x= ln 3 ln QUESTION #145: 1 4 7 Determine the solution set of the expression: log x+ 4 √ 6x+ 19=log2 16− 2 log x+ 2 (x+ 2) ANSWER: x = 1 QUESTION #146: Determine the values of x. y.S. z = -5 . y. y = -2. z = 3 QUESTION #147: Determine the values of x. and z for the following system of linear equations: 3x – 2y = 1 z–y=5 z – 2x = 5 ANSWER: x = -1. and z for the following system of linear equations: –x + 2y – 2z = 5 2x – ½y + z = –2 3x – 4y + 2z = 1 ANSWER: x = 1.

If both of them worked together for the first 4 hours and then Jun stopped. z = -2 QUESTION #149: A motorboat operating at full throttle made a trip 4 miles upstream against a constant current in 15 minutes.ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 21 of 22) QUESTION #148: Determine the values of x. it will require Sho 5 more hours to finish cleaning the pool. The return trip with the same current and a full throttle took 12 minutes. If the digits are interchanged. Determine the speed of the current and the equivalent speed of the boat in still water. Jun and Sho can clean the swimming pool in 8 hours. QUESTION #150: The sum of the digits of a two-digit number is 10. ANSWER: The speed of the current is 2 miles per hour while the equivalent speed of the boat is still water is 18 miles per hour. Determine the original number. y. How long does it take Jun and Sho clean the pool on their own their own? ANSWER: Sho can clean the swimming pool alone for 10 hours while Jun can clean the swimming pool alone for 15 hours. QUESTION #152: Determine the inverse function of f (x )=√ x−4 ANSWER: f'(x) = x2 + 4 QUESTION #153: Determine the domain of f (x )=√ x−4 ANSWER: x≥4 QUESTION #154: Determine the range of f (x )=√ x−4 ANSWER: f ' ( x)≥0 . ANSWER: 28 QUESTION #151: Working together. the new number is forty two more than four times the sum of the two digits. and z for the following system of linear equations: 2x – 3y + 3z = –7 3x + y – 2z = 8 4x + 5y + 7z = –5 ANSWER: x = 1. y = 1.

ENGALG1 REVIEWER (Page 22 of 22) QUESTION #155: 2x−3 Determine the inverse function of y= x+ 1 x+ 3 ANSWER: y ' =− x−2 QUESTION #156: 2x−3 Determine the domain of y= x+ 1 ANSWER: x ≠ -1 QUESTION #157: 2x−3 Determine the range of y= x+ 1 ANSWER: y ≠ 1 QUESTION #158: 4x−3 Deterimine the inverse function of y= 2x−3 3x−3 ANSWER: y ' =− 2x−4 QUESTION #159: 4x−3 Deterimine the domain of y= 2x−3 ANSWER: x ≠ 3/2 QUESTION #160: 4x−3 Deterimine the range of y= 2x−3 ANSWER: y ≠ 2 .