Assignment for MAT 1013 Mathematical Problems
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Assignment for MAT 1013 Mathematical Problems
NOTE: Only the final page of the examination response sheet should be completed and returned.
I. A = P (1+r) t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t
2.Binary System b. Consists of a set and a combining rule.
Number c. has a common difference.
[(Price Cost)/Cost] 4.Numeral d. 100 times
7.Integer g of the type p/q, with q not equal to zero
9. Ratio based on parts per hundred i. Ratio based on parts per hundred ii. Ratio based on parts per hundred iii. Ratio based on parts
11.Prime Number k. Rational or irrational?
l.0, 1, 2, 3,… 12.Composite Number l.0, 1, 2, 3,…
I = P r t r t r t r t r t r t r t r t r
14.Ratio n. Is there a common ratio?
o. Quantity symbol_________________________
16. Napier’s Rods, p. Base two
q. Equality of ratios 17.Simple Interest
r. 1, 2, 3, 4,… 18.Compound Amount r. 1, 2, 3, 4,…
19.Decimal System s. Factors other than one’s own and one’s own and one’s own and one’s own and one’s own and one’s own and
u. Base 10
Geometric Sequence x_______________________ Only one and itself are divisors.
y. Comparison of two numbers______________________________
TRUE/FALSE 1. The difference between a number and a numeral is non-existent.
The decimal system of numeration is a system (our system) that is based on powers of ten.
3. The Roman numerals made a big contribution in the form of zero, a placeholder.
4. In base 10 notation, 78twelve might be represented as (X)ten, where X is a number less than 78.
5. In base 10 notation, 32four might be represented as (X)ten, where X is greater than 32.
101 times 1011 equals 110111 in binary multiplication.
7. The base five numeral, 340, is the same as the base ten numeral, 50.
10. The number 1442 in base ten is equal to ET1 in base twelve.
The value of a number’s absolute value is the value of the number’s opposite.
Every natural number except one is prime or may be represented in prime factors in a unique way.
A natural integer is divisible by three if the sum of its digits is also divisible by three.
The term “relatively prime” refers to two numbers that have no GCD.
15. Subtracting 321 from 132 in base four yields the base four numeral 123.
The numeral 23 is rational, real, and complete.
17. Depending on the situation, zero can be both a positive and negative integer.
18. When a negative integer is multiplied by a positive integer, the result is always negative.
19. A positive integer is always produced when a negative integer is divided by a negative integer.
Only a few rational numbers between 3/5 and 4/5 are as high as 20. 7/10.
21. Integers are all rational numbers.
22. If a/b = c/d, then a divided by c must equal b divided by d.
23. 10103 is a prime natural number.
24. Because there is no integer between six and seven, integers are not dense.
25. 288 is the LCM for 48 and 72.
26. If 8:x = 12:18, then x equals 12.
28. bm x bn = bm+n if b is any real number and m and n are natural numbers.
29. bm/bn = bm-n if b is any real number (b ( 0) and m and n are natural numbers.
30. The a/b ratio can be expressed in either of the following ways:
a (b, a/b, or a:b)
The quotient of the means equals the difference of the extremes in any proportion.
32. (3/5)% = (0.6)% = 0.06 = 6/100 = 3/50
33. The amount of the cost that goes to profit is expressed as a percent markup on the cost.
34. Subtraction of integers like, 8-(-3), is similar to addition of the opposite like, -8+3.
35. The original price plus the sale price equals the markdown.
The amount of money on which interest is paid is commonly referred to as the principle.
I = A – P = I = A – P = I = A – P = I = A – P = I = A – P = I = A – P
A = P I = A = P I = A = P I = A = P I = A = P I = A = P I = A = P I = A = P I = A = P
39. An investment of 6% for six periods is less than an investment of 4% for eight periods.
40. For 36 and 54, the GCD is 9.
[-312 + (10 / -5) 4] is a simplified version of the expression. yields three
42. The simple interest on $5000 over three years at a rate of 3.5 percent is $5250.
[(3/8 + 14) / (1/2 5/8)] produces 5 if the expression is simplified.
44. A purse costs a wholesaler $40, and the markup is 40% of that price. The asking price is 48 dollars.
45. A coat costs $54 at a retailer, with a markup of 40% on the selling price. The asking price for this item is $90.
46. A natural number is not always a whole number.
Every integer is also a rational number. 47.
48. 0.25255255525555… is an example of an irrational number.
2.15151515… is 71/33 as a quotient of two numbers.
50. The number 43,859 is not a prime number.
Spring 2021: Math 1013.E1 Final Exam Answer Sheet
Matching I. True/False III.
26. 1. 1.
27. 2. 2
28. 3. 3.
29. 4. 4.
30. 5. 5.
31. 6. 6.
32. 7. 7.
33. 8. 8.
34. 9. 9.
35. 10. 10.
36. 11. 11.
37. 12. 12.
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40. 15. 15.
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43. 18. 18.
44. 19. 19.
22; 22; 47; 22; 22; 22; 22; 22; 22; 22
24. 24. 48. 48. 48. 48. 48. 48. 48. 48
50, 50, 50, 50, 50, 50, 50, 50, 50, 50
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