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Solve the following equation. Determine whether the equation is an identity, conditional equation, or an inconsistent equation: 7(x – 4) = x + 2
{-7 ,conditional}
{7, Identity}
{5, conditional}
{2, inconsistent equation}

Solve the following equation. Determine whether the equation is an identity, conditional equation, or an inconsistent equation: 7x + 13 = 2(2x – 5) + 3x + 23
Ø; conditional equation
Ø; Inconsistent equation
Ø; identity equation
{-1}; Inconsistent equation
Determine the value of A so that the line whose equation is Ax + y – 2 = 0 is perpendicular to the line containing the points (1, -3) and (-2, 4).
– 3/7
5/9
–2/5
3/8
Find the horizontal asymptote as x –> 8 and then describe what this means in practical terms. F(x) = 150x + 120/0.05x + 1; the number of bass, f(x), after x months in a lake that was stocked with 120 bass.
the number of bass, f(x), after y months in a lake that was stocked with 130 bass
the number of bass, f(x), after x months in a lake that was stocked with 120 bass
the number of bass, f(x), after x months in a lake that was stocked with 140 bass
the number of bass, f(x), after x months in a lake that was stocked with 150 bass

Solve the following logarithmic equation. Be sure to reject any value of x that is not in the domain of the original logarithmic expressions. Give the exact answer. Then, where necessary, use a :

{16/2}
{62/3}
{9/3}
{11/5}

Solve the following system:
{(4, -1)}
{(1, -3)}
{(4, -2)}
{(1, -5)}

Solve the following system of equations using matrices:
{(t, t 1, t)}
{(t, t 0, t)}
{(t, t – 2, t)}
{(t, t – 1, t)}

Solve for x only using Cramer’s Rule.
x = 7
x = 9
x = 2
x = -3
For the following ellipses determine location of its foci.
foci at (0, 2 + v11), (0, 2 – v11)
foci at (0, 5 + v21), (0, 5 – v21)
foci at (0, 3 + v25), (0, 3 – v25)
foci at (0, 1 + v36), (0, 1 – v36)

You are taking a multiple-choice test that has five questions. Each of the questions has three answer choices, with one correct answer per question. If you select one of these three choices for each question and leave nothing blank, in how many ways can you answer the questions?
198 ways
290 ways
243 ways
364 ways

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Question
Find the standard form of the equation of the ellipse satisfying the given conditions.
Endpoints of major axis: (7, 9) and (7, 3)
Endpoints of minor axis: (5, 6) and (9, 6)
A. (x – 7)2/6 + (y – 6)2/7 = 1
B. (x – 7)2/5 + (y – 6)2/6 = 1
C. (x – 7)2/4 + (y – 6)2/9 = 1
D. (x – 5)2/4 + (y – 4)2/9 = 1
Question
Convert each equation to standard form by completing the square on x and y.
9×2 + 16y2 – 18x + 64y – 71 = 0
A. (x – 1)2/9 + (y + 2)2/18 = 1
B. (x – 1)2/18 + (y + 2)2/71 = 1
C. (x – 1)2/16 + (y + 2)2/9 = 1
D. (x – 1)2/64 + (y + 2)2/9 = 1
Question
Locate the foci of the ellipse of the following equation.
25×2 + 4y2 = 100
A. Foci at (1, -√11) and (1, √11)
B. Foci at (0, -√25) and (0, √25)
C. Foci at (0, -√22) and (0, √22)
D. Foci at (0, -√21) and (0, √21)
Question
Locate the foci of the ellipse of the following equation.
7×2 = 35 – 5y2
A. Foci at (0, -√2) and (0, √2)
B. Foci at (0, -√1) and (0, √1)
C. Foci at (0, -√7) and (0, √7)
D. Foci at (0, -√5) and (0, √5)
Question 5
Find the standard form of the equation of the following ellipse satisfying the given conditions.
Foci: (0, -4), (0, 4)
Vertices: (0, -7), (0, 7)
A. x2/43 + y2/28 = 1
B. x2/33 + y2/49 = 1
C. x2/53 + y2/21 = 1
D. x2/13 + y2/39 = 1
Question 6
Convert each equation to standard form by completing the square on x and y.
9×2 + 25y2 – 36x + 50y – 164 = 0
A. (x – 2)2/25 + (y + 1)2/9 = 1
B. (x – 2)2/24 + (y + 1)2/36 = 1
C. (x – 2)2/35 + (y + 1)2/25 = 1
D. (x – 2)2/22 + (y + 1)2/50 = 1
Question
Find the solution set for each system by finding points of intersection.
x2 + y2 = 1
x2 + 9y = 9
A. {(0, -2), (0, 4)}
B. {(0, -2), (0, 1)}
C. {(0, -3), (0, 1)}
D. {(0, -1), (0, 1)}
Question
Locate the foci and find the equations of the asymptotes.
4y2 – x2 = 1
A. (0, ±√4/2); asymptotes: y = ±1/3x
B. (0, ±√5/2); asymptotes: y = ±1/2x
C. (0, ±√5/4); asymptotes: y = ±1/3x
D. (0, ±√5/3); asymptotes: y = ±1/2x
Question
Convert each equation to standard form by completing the square on x or y. Then find the vertex, focus, and directrix of the parabola.
y2 – 2y + 12x – 35 = 0
A. (y – 2)2 = -10(x – 3); vertex: (3, 1); focus: (0, 1); directrix: x = 9
B. (y – 1)2 = -12(x – 3); vertex: (3, 1); focus: (0, 1); directrix: x = 6
C. (y – 5)2 = -14(x – 3); vertex: (2, 1); focus: (0, 1); directrix: x = 6
D. (y – 2)2 = -12(x – 3); vertex: (3, 1); focus (0, 1); directrix: x = 8
Question  Locate the foci of the ellipse of the following equation.
x2/16 + y2/4 = 1
A. Foci at (-2√3, 0) and (2√3, 0)
B. Foci at (5√3, 0) and (2√3, 0)
C. Foci at (-2√3, 0) and (5√3, 0)
D. Foci at (-7√2, 0) and (5√2, 0)
a. Use the numbers shown in the bar graph below to find the total cost of tuition and fees at public colleges for a four year period from the school year ending in 2007 through the school year ending in 2010.
b. The model an = 395n + 5419 describes the cost of tuition and fees at public colleges in academic year n, where n = 1 corresponds to the school year ending in 2007, n = 2 to the school year ending in 2008, and so on.
1) Use this model and the formula for Sn to find the total cost of tuition and fees at public colleges for a four-year period from the school year ending in 2007 through the school year ending in 2010.
2) How does this compare with the actual sum you obtained in part (a)?

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Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) and Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Analysis Paper Prepare a 700-word paper comparing and contrasting GASB and FASB accounting. Explain the objectives of the two standards boards and how they are
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