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Name Q1 Test 1 Review DUE: Thursday, 10/13/05 TEST: Friday, 10/14/05 Section 1: Sets of Numbers 1) Which number is a rational number but not an integer? a) – 6 b) 0 c) ⅝ d) none 2) Which number is an integer but not a natural number? a) π b) -¾ c) 0 d) none 3) Which number is an integer, but not rational? a) π b) 4 c) -.25 d) none 4) Which number is whole, but not natural? a) 0 b) 4 c) .75 d) none 5) Which number is natural, but not whole? a) ¼ b) 4 c) 0 d) none 6) Give an example of a number that is rational, but not an integer. 7) Give an example of a number that is an integer, but not a whole number. 8) Give an example of a number that is a whole number, but not a natural number. 9) Give an example of a number that is a whole number, but not an integer. 10) Give an example of a number that is rational, but not a whole number. Section 2: Properties A. Complete the Matching Column (put the corresponding letter next to the number) 1) 6-9=6-9 a) Reflexive 2) 4(5 + 2) = 4(5) + 4(2) b) Additive Identity 3) 17 · 8 = 8 · 17 c) Multiplicative identity 4) 6 · (2 · 12) = (6 · 2) · 12 d) Associative Property of Mult. 5) 32 + 0 = 32 e) Transitive 6) 11 + (3 + 18) = (11 +3) + 18 f) Associative Property of Add. 7) If 40 + 4 = 44 and 44 = 4 · 11, then 40 + 4 = 4 · 11 g) Symmetric 8) 22 · 0 = 0 h) Commutative Property of Mult. 9) If 30 = 5 · 6, then 5 · 6 = 30 i) Multiplicative property of zero 10) 26 · 1 = 26 j) Distributive Name Q1 Test 1 Review DUE: Thursday, 10/13/05 TEST: Friday, 10/14/05 Section 3: Operations with Signed Numbers Numbers 7-12 will be given in class (mixed numbers are very difficult to type!) 1) 76 + (-28)= 4) -51 – 64 2) -85 + (-23) = 5) 67 – (-74) = 3) –48 + 37 = 6) -101 – (-44) = 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) Section 4: Order of Operations: 1) 256 – 46 · 3 – 11= 5) Substitute and Evaluate: 3y3 - 2y2 ÷ 10 + 379 = y = -5 2) 24 ÷ (6 – 3 · 4) · 13 = 6) Substitute and Evaluate: b = 7 and c = -2 bc2 ÷ (42 – 4b) – 11c = 2 3) 100 - 12 · ¼ + (6)(-2) = 7) Evaluate when a = -8, b = -3, and c = 9 4b3 + ac – ab - 1 c2 – 16b ÷ a + 8a + 2b Section 5: Simplifying and Solving Equations 1) (6x - 5) + (7x + 7) 2) (6x2 – 5x + 7) + (9x2 – 4x + 8) 3) 4(3x – 5) + 6(4x + 3) 4) 5(6x – 9) – 7(4x – 8) 5)8(3x2 – 4x + 9) + 6(4x2 + 5x – 12) 6) 9(4x2 + 3x – 8) – 7(6x2 – 4x + 10) 7) 6(2x – 5) + 3(3x + 2) = 102 8) 5(5x – 6) = 6(3x + 2) 9) 63 – ¾ x = 27 10) 10(3x + 1) – 6(7x + 2) = 4 11) 8(7x – 12) = 6(5x – 3)