Section 1.1
Quiz 2.6
Question: Solve the following equation for u.
u
4
  – 3  =  -1

 
     

Section 1.1
Quiz 2.7
Question: Solve the following equation. If there are no real solutions, then enter no solution. If the solution set is equal to the set of real numbers, then enter all real numbers.
4x + 4 + 4x  =  1 + 8x + 3

 
     

Section 1.2
Quiz 2.8
Question: A collect call costs $1.50 plus 20 cents per minute. If you are charged $4.90 for a call, how many minutes did the call last?
 
     

Section 1.3
Quiz 3.1
Question: Solve the following equation. Enter fractional answers in lowest terms, not as decimals. If there are no real solutions, enter nosolution
3x2 – 4x + 1  =  0

 
     
  Variation: Solve the following equation. Enter fractional answers in lowest terms, not as decimals. If there are no real solutions, enter nosolution
4x2 + 4x + 2  =  0

 
     

Section 1.3
Quiz 3.2
Question: Solve the following equation. Express your answer using decimal approximations rounded to three decimal places.
–2x2 + 2x + 6  =  0

 
     

Section 1.4
Quiz 3.3
Question: Solve the following equation. Enter fractional answers in lowest terms, not as decimals. If there are no real solutions, enter nosolution
√(–x + 2)  =  1

 
     

Section 1.4
Quiz 3.4
Question: Solve the following equation. Enter fractional answers in lowest terms, not as decimals. If there are no real solutions, enter no solution
√(3x + 1)  =  3x – 1

 
     
  Variations: Solve the following equation. Enter fractional answers in lowest terms, not as decimals. If there are no real solutions, enter no solution
√(–4x – 2)  =  –2x – 1

 
     
    Solve the following equation. Enter fractional answers in lowest terms, not as decimals. If there are no real solutions, enter no solution
√(–4x – 2)  =  –x + 1

 
     
    Solve the following equation. Enter fractional answers in lowest terms, not as decimals. If there are no real solutions, enter no solution
√(3x + 4)  =  –2x – 3

 
     
    Solve the following equation. Enter fractional answers in lowest terms, not as decimals. If there are no real solutions, enter no solution
√(4x – 3)  =  2x – 1

 
     
    Solve the following equation. Enter fractional answers in lowest terms, not as decimals. If there are no real solutions, ent er no solution
√(–4x + 4)  =  x – 2

 
     

Section 1.5 Question: Fill in the blank with the correct inequality symbol: If x  ≥  4, then –4x ____ –16.
 
Quiz 3.5   –4x < –16
–4x > –16
–4x ≥ –16
–4x ≤ –16
 
  Variations: Fill in the blank with the correct inequality symbol: If x  ≥  –3, then x ____ 3.
 
    –x > 3
–x < 3
–x ≥ 3
–x ≤ 3
 
    Fill in the blank with the correct inequality symbol: If x  ≤  1, then –2x ____ –2.
 
    –2x ≥ –2
–2x ≤ –2
–2x < –2
–2x > –2
 
    Fill in the blank with the correct inequality symbol: If x  <  –4, then x ____ 4.
 
    –x ≤ 4
–x < 4
–x ≥ 4
–x > 4
 

Section 1.5
Quiz 3.6
Question: Solve the following inequality. You may express your answer as an inequality or you may use interval notation. Write an inequality like x  ≥  3 as x>=3. Write an interval like (–∞, 5] as (-infinity,5].
–2x – 1  >  –(3x + 4)

 
     
  Variation: Solve the following inequality. You may express your answer as an inequality or you may use interval notation. Write an inequality like x  ≥  3 as x>=3. Write an interval like (–∞, 5] as (-infinity,5].
3x – 3  <  –2(–2x + 2)

 
     

Section 1.5 Question: What is the domain of √(4x + 5)? (Enter fractional values in lowest terms, not as decimals.)
 
Quiz 3.7    
  Variation: What is the domain of √(–4x + 4)? (Enter fractional values in lowest terms, not as decimals.)
 
     

Section 1.6
Quiz 3.8
Question: Solve the following inequality. You may express your answer as an inequality or you may use interval notation. Write an inequality like x  ≤  3 OR x  ≥  5 as x<=3 or x>=5. Write a solution composed of two intervals like x is in (–∞, 5] or x is in [7, ∞) as (-infinity,5] or [7,infinity). If there is no solution, write no solution, and if all real numbers satisfy the inequality, then write all real numbers.
|x + 4| – 4  ≥  1

 
     
  Variations:
|x – 2| – 2  <  –1

 
     
   
|x + 2| + 3  >  1

 
     
   
|x – 4| + 3  ≤  2

 
     
   
|x + 2| + 1  ≤  1

 
     
   
|x + 4| + 1  >  1