Project #31075 - college algebra one. 24 multiple choice questions ASAP!!!

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Indicate all the sets to which the number belongs.
   
 
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Simplify using the order of operations:
   
 
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Translate the English phrase into an algebraic expression, then simplify the result.
   Eight less than negative nineteen
 
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Simplify the expression:
   13(5y – 4) – 7y
 
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Solve the equation:
   
 
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The sum of two consecutive even integers is 78. Find the least of the two integers.
 
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Solve the inequality. Write your answer in interval notation.
   10(x – 3) – 9x > 3
 
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Solve the inequality. Write your answer in interval notation.
   –2 < –2y + 21 < 4
 
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Which of the following points lies on the y-axis?
 
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Find the x- and y-intercepts:
   y = 2x + 23
 
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If the slope of a line is , the slope of a line perpendicular to it would be:
 
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Find the equation of the line with slope and y-intercept .
 
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Solve the system using the substitution method:
   10y + 2x = 106
   x = –5y + 55
 
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Solve the system using the addition method:
   7x + y = –13
   9xy = –3
 
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An old jar of dimes and quarters contains 200 coins total, and the value of all the coins is $42.50. How many quarters are in the jar?
 
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Melanie invested $1,900 at the beginning of 2001 in two different stocks, Ramanar Corp. and Bakery Brothers. Ramanar Corp. earned 6 % simple interest for the year, while Bakery Brothers earned 9%. In total, Melanie earned $135 for the year. How much was invested in each stock?
 
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Simplify the expression. Assume that all variables are non-zero.
   
 
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Write the number in scientific notation:
   A red blood cell is about 0.000007 meters in diameter.
 
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Subtract, then simplify the result.
    (–15x2 + 18x) – (–3x2 + 5x)
 
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Multiply:
   
 
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Factor out the greatest common factor:
   
 
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Factor completely:
   x2 + 5x + 20
 
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Factor completely:
   8x3 – 1
 
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Find all solutions to the equation:
   (3x – 4)(x – 3) = 8
 
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