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# Questions in Math

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This slide will show you what you CAN do NOT what you should study. Math Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Math through the years:

Pre-algebra What is the least common multiple of 25, 16, and 40

F. 27

G. 32

H. 320

J. 400

K. 16,000 What is the perimeter, in feet, of a rectangle with width 8 feet and length 17 feet?

F. 25

G. 34

H. 50

J. 136

K. 272 3 Classify these numbers as real, irrational, rational, noninteger, integer, negative integer, whole number, zero, or natural numbers. All numbers are real numbers. It is a rational number because it can be written as a fraction. It is also a noninteger. 5. ab when a=1/2 and b=3/4

A. 3/8

B. -1

C. 1/2

D. 8/3

E. 1/4 Question 5 Question 2 If -9(y-13)=16

A.133/16

B. -29/9

C. -16/9

D. -1/3

E. 101/9 8. Find the distance between the points (-4 , -5) and (-1 , -1).

A. -1

B. -5

C. 18

D. 1/3

E. 5 Question 3 What is the graph of A B C D Question 5 Geometry 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A. Label the vertical angles

B. Label the exterior angles

C. Label the interior angles

D. Label the supplementary angles

E. Label adjacent angles. Question 2: Find the area If the two polygons are similar. Solve for x and y. Question 4: Solve for x

Solve each system by elimination

1. a. 4x-6y=-26

-2x+3y=13

Solve each system by substitution

b. 4x+2y=7

y=5x Question 2: Expand the binomial

〖 Graph Graph 20. Evaluate each infinite geometric series. PreCalculus Question 1 If y=-6, what is the value of (y^2-4)/(y-2)

A. -8

B. -4

C. 4

D. 9

E. 28 A. Label the vertical angles: ∠1,∠3 | ∠2,∠4 | ∠5,∠7 | ∠6,∠8

B. Label the exterior angles: ∠1,∠7 | ∠2,∠8

C. Label the interior angles: ∠4,∠6 | ∠3,∠5

D. Label the supplementary angles: ∠1,∠2 | ∠3,∠4: ∠5,∠6 | ∠7,∠8

E. Label adjacent angles: ∠1,∠2 | ∠3,∠4 | ∠5,∠6 | ∠7,∠8 Question 5: Algebra II Question 1 Fractions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 Question 7 Calculus Five main concepts in Pre-Algebra Least common mutiple Perimeter Order of Operations Classifying numbers All numbers are real numbers. It is a rational number because it can be written as fraction 3⁄1. It is an integer because it isn’t a decimal and is a whole number because it is an integer that starts after 0. Lastly it is a natural number because it is an integer that continues after 1. Simplifying the expressions Algebra Five main concepts in Algebra Solving the equation Finding the value Finding the distance Graph of expressions Factoring Answer Five main concepts in Geometry Area & Volume Solve for x using similar polygons Classifying Angles Find cosine, sine, and tangent of theta Volume Length Width Height LxWxH Solve Arc Length Conics FYI You don't have to know everything now if you plan on tutoring in the fall. You can brush up on a few things over the summer. And no I don't mean to study. Look over some material you may have forgotten. For example you may have forgotten a few steps to a formula This slide will show you the main concepts for each section you must know before you can tutor. If you forget some things just quickly look over it. Five main concepts in Algebra II Solving expressions more in depth Graph expressions more in depth Solve each system Geometric Series Graph Conics Six main concepts in precalculus Converting radians to degrees Trigonometric identities Arc length & Area Series using sigma notation Law of cosines and sines Graph inverse trigonometric functions Can learn in precalculus Limits Concepts in Calculus Derivative to find slope First Derivative Test Continuity of a function Volume of a graph Derivative of Functions Find the sine, cosine, and tangent of theta Linear equation y=x Cubic equation x^3 Linear equation y=3 B Questions? Questions? Questions?

Full transcriptPre-algebra What is the least common multiple of 25, 16, and 40

F. 27

G. 32

H. 320

J. 400

K. 16,000 What is the perimeter, in feet, of a rectangle with width 8 feet and length 17 feet?

F. 25

G. 34

H. 50

J. 136

K. 272 3 Classify these numbers as real, irrational, rational, noninteger, integer, negative integer, whole number, zero, or natural numbers. All numbers are real numbers. It is a rational number because it can be written as a fraction. It is also a noninteger. 5. ab when a=1/2 and b=3/4

A. 3/8

B. -1

C. 1/2

D. 8/3

E. 1/4 Question 5 Question 2 If -9(y-13)=16

A.133/16

B. -29/9

C. -16/9

D. -1/3

E. 101/9 8. Find the distance between the points (-4 , -5) and (-1 , -1).

A. -1

B. -5

C. 18

D. 1/3

E. 5 Question 3 What is the graph of A B C D Question 5 Geometry 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A. Label the vertical angles

B. Label the exterior angles

C. Label the interior angles

D. Label the supplementary angles

E. Label adjacent angles. Question 2: Find the area If the two polygons are similar. Solve for x and y. Question 4: Solve for x

Solve each system by elimination

1. a. 4x-6y=-26

-2x+3y=13

Solve each system by substitution

b. 4x+2y=7

y=5x Question 2: Expand the binomial

〖 Graph Graph 20. Evaluate each infinite geometric series. PreCalculus Question 1 If y=-6, what is the value of (y^2-4)/(y-2)

A. -8

B. -4

C. 4

D. 9

E. 28 A. Label the vertical angles: ∠1,∠3 | ∠2,∠4 | ∠5,∠7 | ∠6,∠8

B. Label the exterior angles: ∠1,∠7 | ∠2,∠8

C. Label the interior angles: ∠4,∠6 | ∠3,∠5

D. Label the supplementary angles: ∠1,∠2 | ∠3,∠4: ∠5,∠6 | ∠7,∠8

E. Label adjacent angles: ∠1,∠2 | ∠3,∠4 | ∠5,∠6 | ∠7,∠8 Question 5: Algebra II Question 1 Fractions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 Question 7 Calculus Five main concepts in Pre-Algebra Least common mutiple Perimeter Order of Operations Classifying numbers All numbers are real numbers. It is a rational number because it can be written as fraction 3⁄1. It is an integer because it isn’t a decimal and is a whole number because it is an integer that starts after 0. Lastly it is a natural number because it is an integer that continues after 1. Simplifying the expressions Algebra Five main concepts in Algebra Solving the equation Finding the value Finding the distance Graph of expressions Factoring Answer Five main concepts in Geometry Area & Volume Solve for x using similar polygons Classifying Angles Find cosine, sine, and tangent of theta Volume Length Width Height LxWxH Solve Arc Length Conics FYI You don't have to know everything now if you plan on tutoring in the fall. You can brush up on a few things over the summer. And no I don't mean to study. Look over some material you may have forgotten. For example you may have forgotten a few steps to a formula This slide will show you the main concepts for each section you must know before you can tutor. If you forget some things just quickly look over it. Five main concepts in Algebra II Solving expressions more in depth Graph expressions more in depth Solve each system Geometric Series Graph Conics Six main concepts in precalculus Converting radians to degrees Trigonometric identities Arc length & Area Series using sigma notation Law of cosines and sines Graph inverse trigonometric functions Can learn in precalculus Limits Concepts in Calculus Derivative to find slope First Derivative Test Continuity of a function Volume of a graph Derivative of Functions Find the sine, cosine, and tangent of theta Linear equation y=x Cubic equation x^3 Linear equation y=3 B Questions? Questions? Questions?