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FOR MORE CLASSES VISITwww.mth208tutor.comMTH 208 Week 5 Final Exam This tutorial contains 3 sets of finals with different values 1. Calculate the sum of 1/7 and 1/3. 2. Calculate the product of 1/3 and 1/4. 3. Select the expression that represents the statement “22 more than a number”. 4. Determine the value of 5(x 7)-3 when x=9. 5. Determine the value of x(8-x) 9 when x= -4. 6. Select the expression that represents the statement “3 times than a number”. 7. There are 16 ounces in a pound. How many ounces are in 7 pounds? 8. In a given training week, a swimmer completes 1/4 mile on day one, 2/5 mile on day two, and 3/7 mile on day three. How many total miles does the athlete swim in the given week? 9. Select the simplified expression for 8(x-6)-6(x-1) 9x. 10. The temperature on one day in January for Phoenix,AZ, is 52 degrees Fahrenheit.On the same day in Barrow, AK, the temperature is -17 degrees Fahrenheit. What is the difference between these two temperatures? 11. Solve 8x 6=1. 12. Select the expression that is equivalent to -2(x-4). 13. A clothing store offers a 60% discount on all purchases. What is the discount in dollars (before tax)for an item originally costing \$ 20.00 dollars? 14. A taxi company charges passengers \$2.40 for the first mile and \$1.20 per mile for each additional mile .How much would the bill is for a 15 mile trip? 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? 16. The temperate on a summer day is 77° Fahrenheit. The formula to convert temperature to ° Celsius: °C = 5/9 (°F - 32°) .what is the corresponding temperature in degrees Celsius 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? 18.Solve 1/3(5x-5)=719.Solve the inequality -5/9x-6 >-5 Solve the inequality 0.7(0.1x 0.7)<=-0.7Consider the following graph. What are the coordinates of point A?20. A line passes through the points (-10 -4) and (-1 2). What is the slope of a line that passes through points?21. A line passes through the points (-10 -4) and (-1 2). What is the y intercept of a line?22. Which line is perpendicular to the line y=1/2x 923. Which set of points are on the line y=2x-124.Consider the following system of equations.y=4x-4y-4x=3. What can you conclude about the systems of equations?25.Identify the solutions of the system of equations if any -4x-4y=8 8y=-8x-1626. Identify the solutions of the system of equations if any x 3y=74x-3y=327. Identify the solutions of the system of equations if any 4x 6y=16 y=5-3x28. Identify the solutions of the system of equations if any -3x-4y=28y=-8x-1629. Identify the solutions of the system of equations if any 3x 3y=4 5x-4y=330. Identify the solutions of the system of equations if any x=1y=131. Identify the solutions of the system of equations if any 7x 2y=26x-2y=432. Identify the solutions of the system of equations if any 3x-2y=65x=5-25y33. A system of inequalities is defined by the following formulas.10x 6y<306-10y>30which of the graph represents its solution?34. Simplify (6x) ^235. Simplify x^2. x^5. x^243.Simplify (xy) ^-3/(x^-5y) ^344.Express 0.00078 in scientific notation.45.Express 770000 in scientific notation.

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## MTH 208 Course Tutorial

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MTH 208 Course Tutorial

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• www.mth208tutor.com

• MTH 208 Week 5 Final Exam

• This tutorial contains 3 sets of finals with different values

• 1.      Calculate the sum of 1/7 and 1/3.

• 2.      Calculate the product of 1/3 and 1/4.

• 3.      Select the expression that represents the statement “22 more than a number”.

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• MTH 208 Week 1 Quiz

• 1. Calculate the Sum of 1/7 and 1/5.

• 2. Calculate the product of 1/3 and ¼

• 3. Select the expression that represents the statement “22 more than a number

• 4. Determine the value of 5(x+7)-3 when x=9.

• 5. Determine the value of x(8-x)+9 when x=-4

MTH 208 Final Exam (New) (3 Sets)

MTH 208 Week 1 Quiz (New) (2 Sets)

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• MTH 208 Week 2 Quiz

• 1. Solve 6x+9=8

• 2. A clothing store offers a 10% discount on all purchases. What is the discount in dollars (before tax) for an item originally costing \$ 16.00 dollars?

• 3. Select the expression that is equivalent to -7(x-3)

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• MTH 208 Week 3 Quiz

• 1. Consider the following graph. What are the coordinates of point A?

• 2. Consider the following graph. What is the slope of Line A?

• 3. Consider the following graph. What is the y intercept of a line A?

• 4. A line passes through the points (-10 -4) and (-1 2). What is the slope of a line that passes through points?

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MTH 208 Week 3 Quiz (New) (2 Sets)

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• MTH 208 Week 4 Quiz

• Consider the following system of equations. y=4x-4    y-4x=9   what can ypu conclude about the system of equations?

• 1.      Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.  -2x-4y=4    4y=-2x-4

• 2.      Identify the solution(s) of the system of equations, if any.  x+3y=6       6x-3y=8

MTH 208 Week 4 Quiz

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