Solve each equation algebraically. Six parts. Look at problems 3.1.31 - 3.1.65 (4 parts),
3.8.13 - 3.8.17 (1 part), and 3.8.55 - 3.8.71 (1 part)
Solve the formula for the given variable. Two parts. Look at problems 3.3.3 - 3.3.31.
Application problem. Look at problems 3.3.53 - 3.3.57. (Directly from text with numbers
Application problem. Directly from text with numbers changed. Be sure you know the
formulas from section 3.5. Look at problems 3.5.19, 25, 39, 41, 47, 57
Solve the inequality algebraically. Write the solution with interval notation and graph the
solution set on the number line. Five parts. Look at problems 3.6.47 - 3.6.77 (1 part), 3.7.33 -
3.7.45 (1 part), 3.7.61 - 3.7.75 (1 part), 3.8.91 - 3.8.109 (2 parts)
Determine three solutions of the given equation and sketch the graph. Look at problems
4.1.39 - 4.1.53
The equations of two lines are given. Determine if the lines are parallel, perpendicular, or
neither. Look at problems 4.3.19 - 4.3.23
Write an equation of the line having the given slope and containing the given point. Look at
problems 4.4.21 - 4.4.35
Write an equation of the line that contains the given pair of points. Look at problems 4.4.39 -
Graph the inequality. Look at problems 4.5.19 - 4.5.37
All problems except for the application problems are directly from the odd numbered
exercises in the text.
The applications problems are very similar to problems in the text, only the numeric values
have been changed.
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