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Excel Review Center Solution to Take Home Algebra 3

Problem 1

( )( )
30
a 4 30 1 3 91 = + =

Problem 2

( )( )
r1 r1
2 1
1
1
a a 2 8
d 2
r r 11 6
8 a 6 1 2
a 18

= = =

= +
=


Problem 3

( )
r1 r1
2 1
32 4
a a 36
d
r r 12 1 11

= = =



Problem 4

( ) ( )( )
15
S 2 7 15 1 2 105
2
( = + =



Problem 5

( )
100
S 100 1 5050
2
= + =

Problem 6

( ) ( )( )
d 21 26 5
n
74 2 26 n 1 5
2
n 4
= =
( = +

=


Problem 7

( )( )
100
d 1.00 1.01 0.01
a 1.01 100 1 0.01 0.02
= =
= + =


Problem 8

( )
( ) ( )( )
A.P.
# of seats S 10 50
10
# of seats 2 30 + 10-1 2 +500
2
# of seats 890
= +
( =

=


Problem 9

( )
( )( )
n
d 3 8 5
a 8 n 1 5 5n 13
= =
= + =


Problem 10

( )( )
6
a 11 6 1 4 31 = + =

Problem 11

( )( )
21
n 1990 1970 1 21
a 650 21 1 35 1350
= + =
= + =





Problem 12

5 1
5
9 1
r
27 3
1 1
a 27
3 3

= =
| |
= =
|
\


Problem 13
( )
( )
( )
2
3 1
4
5 1
2
2
1 1
a a r 32 eq.1
a a r 128 eq.2
eq.2 eq.1
r 4 r 2
subst.value to eq.3 :
a 2 32 a 8
= =
= =

= =
= =


Problem 14

( )
3
4 1
5
6 1
2
1
8
9
a a r 10 eq.1
a a r 40 eq.2
eq.2 eq.1
5
r 4 r 2 a
4
5
a 2 320
4
= =
= =

= = =
| |
= =
|
\


Problem 15

( )
10
r 2
2 2 1
S 2046
2 1
=

= =



Problem 16

( )
( )
7
8 1
1
11
12
a a 3 16
16
a
2187
16
a 3 1296
2187
= =
=
= =


Problem 17

4
1
r
6
1
2 1
6
185
S
1 108
1
6
=
(
| |
(
|
\ (

= =
| |

|
\


Problem 18

( )
1
13
12
13
a 0 fold
a 12 folds
a 0.05 2 204.8 inches 17.07 feet

= = =


Problem 19

1 2 3
a a a 19 eq.1 + + =

( )
1 2 3
2 3 2
1 3 2
2 1
3
2 2
1 3 1 3
1 3
3 3 3 1
a a a 216 eq.2
a a
; a a a eq.3
a a
eq.3 to eq.2
a 216 a 6
thus :
a a 13; a 13 a eq.4
a a 36 eq.5
eq.4 to eq.5
13 a a 36 a 9; a 4
=
= =
= =
+ = =
=
= = =


Problem 20

( )
8
2 2 1
S 510
2 1

= =



Problem 21

1
5
6
2 2
a and r
3 3
2 2 64
a
3 3 724
64 665
amount removed 1
724 724
= =
| |
= =
|
\
= =


Problem 22

( )
8
8
r 1.08
a 12000 1.08 22211.16
=
= =


Problem 23

10x 7 2x 7
2x 7 x
using calculator:
7
x 7 or x -
6
+
=
+
= =


Problem 24

1 2
r S 4
1
2
1
2
= = =



Problem 25

( )
1 6 9
r S
3 1 2
1
3
= = =



Problem 26

1
3
2
2 r
1 r 4
= =



Problem 27

40
S 200
1 0.8
= =




Excel Review Center Solution to Take Home Algebra 3

Problem 28

1
a 44
44
S 440
9
1
10
=
= =



Problem 29

By joining the midpoints of an equilateral
triangle, the triangle is divided into four
equilateral triangles with perimeters half the
original triangle.
1
r
2
120
S 240
1
1
2
=
= =



Problem 30

( ) ( )( ) a 12 108 36 = =

Problem 31

( )
9
9
3
H.P. 3, 2, ...
2
1 1 2
A.P. , ,
3 2 3
1 1 1
d
2 3 6
1 1 5
a 9 1
3 6 3
1 3
a 5
= =
| |
= + =
|
\
=


Problem 32

Since 5 books must be together, we take
them as one. These 5 books can be
arranged in 5! ways.
N 5!5! 14400 = =

Problem 33

8!
N 1680
3!2!2!
= =

Problem 34

15 5
N P 360360 = =

Problem 35

10 4
N P 5040 = =

Problem 36

N 6! 720 = =

Problem 37

9!
N 3780
2! 4!2!
= =

Problem 38

( ) N 4 1 !4! 144 = =

Problem 39

( ) N 7 1 ! 720 = =

Problem 40

10 3
N C 120 = =

Problem 41

( )( )( )
6 2 8 3
N C C 6! 100800 = =

Problem 42

( )( )
9 7 6 4
N C C 540 = =

Problem 43

7 4
N C 35 = =

Problem 44

24 6
N C 134596 = =

Problem 45

There are 24 letters, 10 different numbers to
choose from but 0000 can not be used.
( ) ( )( )( )( ) N 24 24 10 10 10 10 1
N 5759424
( =

=


Problem 46

6 4
N C 15 = =

Question 47

D. Event

Question 48

A. Sample Sample

Question 49

B. Always Numerical

Problem 50

12 30 12
12 30 12
1 1
P C 0.08
2 2

| | | |
= =
| |
\ \

Answer: 8 %

Problem 51

From the numbers from 1 to 6, there are 3
prime numbers.
3 1 3 1
p q
6 2 6 2
= = = =


3 5 3
3 5 3
1 1
P C 0.3125
2 2

| | | |
= =
| |
\ \


Problem 52
A sum of 6 or 7 can be obtained in 11
different ways as follows:
For a sum of 6: 1&5, 2&4, 3&3, 4&2 and 5&1
For a sum of 7: 1&6, 2&5, 3&4, 4&3, 5&2
and 6&1
( )
11 11
N
6 6 36
= =

Problem 53

at least 1 1 2 3
1 2 2 1
3 1 3 2 at least 1
3 0
at least 1 3 3
at least 1
P P P P
1 2 1 2
C C P
3 3 3 3
1 2
P C
3 3
19
P
27
= + +
| | | | | | | |
= +
| | | |
\ \ \ \
| | | |
=
| |
\ \
=


Problem 54

5 6 7
P 0.043
18 17 16
| || |
= =
| |
\ \


Problem 55
b / w w / b
4 6 6 4
P P P 0.53
10 9 10 9
| | | |
= + = + =
| |
\ \


Problem 56

4 3 2 1
P
9 8 7 21
| || |
= =
| |
\ \


Problem 57

There are 2 possible ways that a sum of 11
can be obtained (5&6 and 6&5).
( )
2 1
P
6 6 18
= =

Problem 58

There are 6 possible ways to obtain a sum of
less than 5 (1&3, 1&2, 1&1, 2&2, 2&1, and
3&1).
( )
6 1
P
6 6 6
= =

Problem 59

There are 3 possible ways to obtain a sum of
10 (4&6, 5&5, and 6&4).
3 1
P
36 12
= =

Problem 60

There are 12 face cards in a deck of 52
playing cards.
Excel Review Center Solution to Take Home Algebra 3

12 11 11
P
52 51 221
| |
= =
|
\


Problem 61

A B A B
B
B
P P P
0.95 0.98P
P 0.97

=
=
=


Problem 62

3 2
3 5 3
2 1 80
P C
3 3 243
| | | |
= =
| |
\ \


Problem 63

at least 3 3 4 5
3 2 4 1
at least 3 5 3 5 4
5 0
5 5
at least 3
P P P P
2 1 2 1
P C C
3 3 3 3
2 1
C
3 3
64
P
81
= + +
| | | | | | | |
= +
| | | |
\ \ \ \
| | | |
+
| |
\ \
=


Problem 64

Based on the outcome, head fell twice and
tail came out once.
head
2 2
P
2 1 3
= =
+


Problem 65

2 4
Expectance 10 5 0
6 6
| | | |
= =
| |
\ \


Problem 66

( )
( )
1 2 3 4 5 6
x x x x x x A B
19
8
6 17 A B
19;
8
A B 50 eq.1
A B 4 eq.2
thus :
A 27 and B 23
+ + + + + + +
=
+ +
=
+ =
=
= =


Problem 67

( ) ( ) 80 55 250 850
x 42.307
78
+
= =

Problem 68

2 6 2 3 4 1 2 3 7 2 2
x
11
x 3.09
+ + + + + + + + + +
=
=





Problem 69

Since there are 11 numbers, the mean of the
set of numbers is the 6
th
term.
Answer: 2

Problem 70

Number 2 appeared most frequent (4 times).

Answer: A. 2

Problem 71









( ) ( ) 33 x x 20 x 40
x 13
+ + =
=


Problem 72
















200 50 24 8 8 24 15 33 x
x 38
= + + + + + + +
=




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Phillip
Morris
33-x x 20-x
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Chemistry
8
32 8
= 24
16 8
= 8
23 8
= 15
90 24
8 8
= 50
80 24
8 15
= 33
55 8
8 15
= 24