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MAT 116 Entire Course

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MAT 116 Week 1 Quiz (New)

MAT 116 Week 2 Quiz (New)

MAT 116 Week 3 Quiz (New)

MAT 116 Week 4 Quiz (New)

MAT 116 Week 5 Quiz (New)

MAT 116 Week 6 Quiz (New)

MAT 116 Week 7 Quiz (New)

MAT 116 Week 8 Quiz (New)

MAT 116 Final Exam **New** (3 Sets)

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MAT 116 Final Exam (New) (3 Sets)

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This tutorial contains 3 sets of finals with different values

1. Calculate the sum of 1/7 and 1/3.

2. Calculate the product of 1/3 and 1/4.

3. Select the expression that represents the statement “22 more than a number”.

4. Determine the value of 5(x+7)-3 when x=9.

5. Determine the value of x(8-x)+9 when x= -4.

6. Select the expression that represents the statement “3 times than a number”.

7. There are 16 ounces in a pound. How many ounces are in 7 pounds?

8. In a given training week, a swimmer completes 1/4 mile on day one, 2/5 mile on day two, and 3/7 mile on day three. How many total miles does the athlete swim in the given week?

9. Select the simplified expression for 8(x-6)-6(x-1) +9x.

10. The temperature on one day in January for Phoenix, AZ, is 52 degrees Fahrenheit. On the same day in Barrow, AK, the temperature is -17 degrees Fahrenheit. What is the difference between these two temperatures?

11. Solve 8x+6=1.

12. Select the expression that is equivalent to -2(x-4).

13. A clothing store offers a 60% discount on all purchases. What is the discount in dollars (before tax)for an item originally costing $ 20.00 dollars?

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MAT 116 Week 1 Quiz (New)

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1) Calculate the sum of 1/4 and 1/7

2) Calculate the product of 1/3 and ¼

3) Select the expression that represents the statement “5 more than a...

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