Posted by Letty on Tuesday, September 8, 2009 at 7:08am.
1. Solve for the indicated letter
D=4e, for e The solution is e=
2. G(x) = 6/(65x)
Choose the correct domain below
{xx is a real number and x ≠0}
{xx is a real number and x≠6/5}
{xx is a real number and x≥6/5}
{xx is a real number and x ≠6}
3. Solve 5> 3x+4 or 9≤3x+5
(∞,4/3]µ(1/3,∞)
(1/3,∞)
(∞, 4/3]
(∞,∞)
4. Graph the equation and identify the yintercept
Y+x = 2
5. Solve by the elimination method
5x+6y=3
10x + 12y=6
6. Use the intercepts to graph the equation x+4y = 8
7. Graph the equation
Y=8
X=4
8. 5≤3x4≤3
8x(3x+5)=10
9. Graph the line containing the given pair of points and find the slope.
(6,2),(6,4)
Find the slope of the line
M=_____________
10. Solve 0,2x<12
I think this is {x11.8}
11. Decide whether the pair of lines is parallel, perpendicular, or neither.
2x+3y=6
3x+2y=10
12. Collect the like terms
15r+5s4r7s= I think the answer is 11r+2s
13. The width of a rectangle is fixed at 12cm. What lengths will make the perimeter 72cm.
The length must be greater than  cm. Is it 48
14.Solve then graph
y7>13
15. Find the slope and the yintercept
F(x)=6x2
16. Graph the inequality on a plane
3x +4y≤12
17. Use the intercept to graph the equation
X+5y =10
18. Solve by using the substitution method
3x+5y=25
X=112y
19. Graph the system of inequalities
y≥5
5≥6
Y=9/7 x+6
20. Solve by the elimination method
3r2s=2
2r+3s=29
21. Simplify
9[61(7596)]
22. Solve the system of equations by graphing. Then classify the system as consistent or inconsistent and as dependent or independent.
9x4t=20
4y9x=20
What is the solution of the system of equations?
Infinitely many solutions
A point
No solution
Is the system consistent or inconsistent?
Are the equations dependent or independent?
23. Solve the following system of equations.
X+5y=7 (1)
X=95y (2)
What is the solution of the system? Select the correct choice below and, if necessary, fill in the answer box to complete your choice.
The solution is _______. Type an ordered pair.
There is no solution.
Plot (0,6) on the coordinate axes.
24.Determine the slope of a line that is (4,5)
25. Multiply 6/5 *(1/6)
26. Solve using the multiplication principle.
6x>1/13
27. Use the distributive property to help you solve the equation.
3(w5) = 15
W=________
28. Solve then graph
5x≥15
Choose the correct solution
{x}x<3}
{xx≥3}
{xx>3}
{xx≤3}
29. Find the slope, if it exists, of the line containing the pair of points.
(6,7) and (8,2) the slope m=__________
30. Solve using the multiplication principle. Don’t forget to perform a check.
7/8x=9/10
31. 50% of what number is 40?
The answer is _____________. I believe it is 80
32. 0.6x +4≤1.4x7
The solution is {xx___ ____}
33. 4+6x<46
The solution set is {xx ________ _________}
34. 5/8x+1/16x=5/16+x
The solution is x=__________
35. Find the domain of the function
P(x) = X TO THE 2ND POWER – 2X +4
WHAT IS THE DOMAIN OF P?
36.Solve using the multiplication principle. Don’t forget to perform a check.
10x=90

math  MathMate, Tuesday, September 8, 2009 at 7:49am
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math  Reiny, Tuesday, September 8, 2009 at 8:01am
Wow!
you really expect somebody to do an assignment of 36 questions for you ??
you attempted only 2 of these (#13 and #31 you got #31 correct)
also #19 and #24 make no sense
actually #13 does not make aney sense either.
you said:
13. The width of a rectangle is fixed at 12cm. What lengths will make the perimeter 72cm.
The length must be greater than  cm. Is it 48
let the length be l
then 2l + 2(12) = 72
2l = 72  24
2l = 48
l = 24
if l > 24 then the perimeter > 72
but you want the perimeter to be equal to 72, so the length has to be equal to 24.
Where does the "greater than" come in ? 
math  Michelle, Thursday, August 5, 2010 at 1:58pm
graph y7>14