# EXERCISE 3 ```QUIZ 1
A. Classify the entries in the list as: a.) an English noun, b.) a mathematical
expression, c.) an English sentence and d.) a mathematical sentence. If it is a
sentence, identify further whether it is a.) true, b.) false, c.) cannot be determined.
1. cat
a
2. 2
b
3. The word `cat' begins with the letter ` k ‘. c--------b
4. 1 + 2 = 4
d---------- b
5. 5 – 3
b
6. 5 – 3 = 2
d --------------a
7. The cat is black.
8. x
c------------c
b
9. x = 1
d-------c
10. x – 1 = 0
d--------c
11. t + 3
b
12. t + 3 = 3 + t
d------------c
13. This sentence is false.- c---------c
14. x + 0 = x
d-----------c
15. 1 • x = x
d-------------c
16. Hat sat bat.
a
QUIZ 1B
B. Classify the entries in the list as: a.) an English noun, b.) a mathematical
expression, c.) an English sentence and d.) a mathematical sentence. If it is a
sentence, identify further whether it is a.) true, b.) false, c.) cannot be determined.
1. Carol
a
2. Carol loves mathematics. -
c--------c
3. The name `Carol' begins with the letter `C’. c---------a
4. 7
b
5. 3 + 4
b
6. 7 = 3 + 4
d----a
7. 3 + 4 = 7 -
d----a
8. 7 = 3 + 5
d
9. t.
b
10. t = 2
d----c
11. 0 = 2 –t
d----c
12. t – 1
13. t – 1 = 1 – t
b
d------- c
14. t + t + t
b
15. t – 0 = t
16. 0 = 1
d-------c
d---------c
17. Give a name for the number ‘3’ that would be appropriate in each situation:
a) Three candy bars must be equally divided among three people- -------- 3&divide;3
b) Three candy bars must be equally divided among six people- ----------3&divide;6
c) You need three cups of flour, but only have a one-quarter cup measure--------3 &frac14;
d) You need three cups of flour, but only have a one-half cup measure ----------3 &frac12;
QUIZ 1C
C. Classify the entries in the list as: a.) an English noun, b.) a mathematical
expression, c.) an English sentence and d.) a mathematical sentence. If it is a
sentence, identify further whether it is a.) true, b.) false, c.) cannot be determined.
1. 1/2
b
2. x – 1
3. x – 1 = 3
b
d-------c
4. 1 + 2 + x.
b
5. x &divide; 3
b
6. x &divide; 3 = 2
d------c
7. 1 + 2 + x = x + 1 + 2
d----- b
8. Use the English noun `Julia' in three sentences: one that is true, one that is
false, and one whose truth cannot be determined without additional
information.
b. Julia is a boy
c. Julia is chubby.
9. Use the mathematical expression `3' in three sentences: one that is true, one
that is false, and one whose truth cannot be determined without additional
information.
a. 3+ 3=6
b 3-x=5
c.
=6
10. Use the mathematical expression `x' in three sentences: one that is always
true, one that is always false, and one whose truth cannot be determined