### MS 095 PreAlgebra Spring 2003 Midterm • Name: __________

Use of a calculator is required!

Marble: Pompom: 1. ____________________ What is   sunim       equal to?
2. ____________________ What is   ÷ 0 equal to?
3. _______________ Give an example of a monomial with a coefficient and a variable raised to the second power.
4. Plot the following data on the graph provided:
xy
00
215
182
204
5. __________ Calculate 110
6. __________ Calculate 114
7. __________ Calculate 10016 ÷ 4
8. __________ Calculate 0 ÷ 37
9. __________ Calculate 0 ÷ 0
10. __________ Find the square root Ö14641
11. __________ What is the power of 5x3?
12. _______________ How many terms are in the expression 2.72x + 081?
13. ____________________ Simplify 5x + 7 - 5x2 + 7x - 13 - 2x2:
14. __________ Evaluate 5x + 7 - 5x2 + 7x - 13 - 2x2 for x =3.
15. __________ What is the degree of x2 + 18x + 81 ?
16. ____________________ Simplify 5x2 + 3x2
17. ____________________ Multiply ( 5x3y )( 3x2y )
18. ____________________ Multiply ( x - 13 )( 17x + 1 )
19. ____________________ Factor 4290 fully.
20. __________ Find the Greatest Common Factor of 42 and 70
21. __________ Red light plus green light produces what color?
22. For the following diagrams (use p on your calculator or 3.141592 for p: 1. __________ What is the perimeter of the square with one side 11 cm in length shown in A?
2. __________ What is the area of the square with one side 11 cm in length shown in A?
3. __________ What is the perimeter of the triangle with a base of 4 cm, a height of 3 cm, and a hypotenuse of 5 cm as shown in B?
4. __________ What is the area of the triangle with base 4 cm and height 3 cm shown in B?
5. __________ What is the perimeter of the circle with radius 17 meters shown in C?
6. __________ What is the area of the circle with radius 17 meters shown in C?
7. __________ What is the volume of the sphere with radius 6 meters shown in D?
23. y = _______ Solve -14y = -105 for y.
24. The following adapted data are based on the volumes in cubic centimeters from measurements the class made of the Max® beauty soap boxes:

90, 119, 121, 121, 125, 128, 128, 128

1. ______ What is the mode for the seat count data?
2. ______ What is the median for the seat count data?
3. ______ What is the mean (average) for the seat count data?
25. __________ What is the smallest number that is both a rectangle and a square number?
26. __________ What is the smallest odd number that is both a rectangle and a square number?
27. __________ Calculate 1 ÷ 27
28. __________ Calculate 1 ÷ 37
29. Looking at the last two questions above, why does this happen?