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Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)Which property is illustrated by the following equation?5 + (-5) = 0.Additive Inverse PropertyAssociative PropertyCommutative PropertyDistributive PropertyQuestion 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)Solve:



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9 Responses so far.

  1. paxillus says:

    < 5 splits into two cases. Write the two resulting lines.

  2. closterium says:

    x > 0 or x < 4 }Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)Solve: -2(5x + 1) = 16 – 4x-4-323Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)Simplify the following expression. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth (2 places).three-eighths plus pi times 1 point 2 cubed, minus 41.801.284.533.91Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)Which of the following solutions sets describes the graph?number line with an open dot and an arrowQuestion 9 (Essay Worth 2 points)Find the mistake in the steps below.(1) 3 – 7(2 – 5²)(2) 3 – 7(2 – 25)(3) 3 – 7(23)(4) 3 – 161(5) -158a. Identify the step which is incorrect and explain why it is incorrect.b. Find the correct answer.Question 10 (Essay Worth 3 points)Explain why

  3. periclaustral says:

    0 < x < 4 }{ x

  4. distasteful says:

    1/Additive Inverse Property2/1 or 44/2n-9

  5. autotropically says:

    2x – 5

  6. epitrite says:

    3x – 4

  7. agricola says:

    x > 0 or x > 4 }{ x

  8. archonships says:

    = 3-4 or -1-4 or 14 or -14 or 1Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)Which of the following is the correct order from smallest to largest for these numbers?the square root of fifteen, five-eighths, two and three-fourths, 4 point 1, and pinegative 8 squared, negative 2 point 6, pi, the square root of fifteen, five-eighths,two and three-fourths, four point 1negative 8 squared, negative 2 point 6, five-eighths, two and three-fourths, pi, and the square root of 15, four point 1negative 2 point 6, pi, five-eighths, the square root of fifteen, two and three-fourths, four point one, negative 8 squarednegative 2 point 6, five-eighths, the square root of fifteen, pi, two and three-fourths, four point 1, negative 8 squaredQuestion 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)Translate from words into algebraic symbols: “nine less than twice some number n”9 – 2n9 < 2n2n – 92n < 9Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)Which of the following solutions sets describes the graph?number line with two open dots and two separate arrows{ x

  9. chinches says:

    x < 0 or x > 4 }{ x