INSTRUCTIONS? The exam is worth 100 points. There are 20

INSTRUCTIONS? The exam is worth 100 points. There are 20 problems (each worth 5 points).? This exam is open book and open notes, unlimited time. This means that you mayrefer to your textbook, notes, and online classroom materials, but you may notconsult anyone. You may take as much time as you wish, provided you turn in yourexam no later than the due date posted in our course schedule of the syllabus.? Work off line and just list the answers without showing work and post via theAssignment Folder. If you have any questions, please contact me by e-mail at(.cinci.rr.com/”>tcomstock1.cinci.rr.com).MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statementor answers the question.Solve.1) A town’s population in 1976 was 181,291. By the year 2000 it had increased by 26,775.How many people lived there in 2000?1) _______A) 208,166 peopleB) 207,066 peopleC) 208,066 peopleD) 209,066 peopleAdd.2)51+34= 2) _______A) 67B) 94C) 58D) 85Find the perimeter.3)2 centimeters 8 centimeters12 centimeters 12 centimeters5 centimeters14 centimeters3) _______A) 53 centimetersB) 49 centimetersC) 41 centimetersD) 58 centimetersSolve.4) As part of homecoming festivities the student organizations are selling donuts. Thefraternities have sold 456,123 donuts; the sororities have sold 111,112 donuts; the bandmembers have sold 246,321 donuts; and the athletes have sold 351,056 donuts. Have theyreached their goal of 1 million donuts sold? If not, how many more donuts need to be sold?4) _______A) yes B) no; 164,612Find the quotient.5)0105) _______A) 1B) 0C) 10D) undefinedLet a and b be positive numbers. Determine whether the statement is true or false.6) a(-b) is a negative number. 6) _______A) True B) FalseSimplify.7) -5(6 – 5) – 73 7) _______A) 338B) -348C) -78D) 343Solve.8) In 1997, Little City Productions produced and sold 2168 thousand of its Little CityCollectible Bears. In 2001, the number of these bears produced and sold had dropped to464 thousand. Find the change in the number of bears produced from 1997 to 2001, andfind the average change per year in the number of bears produced over this period.8) ______A) change: -1704 thousand bearsaverage change: 426 thousand bearsB) change: 1704 thousand bearsaverage change: 426 thousand bearsC) change: -1704 thousand bearsaverage change: -426 thousand bearsD) change: 1704 thousand bearsaverage change: -426 thousand bearsWrite the sentence as an equation. Use x to represent “a number.”9) Four times the sum of a number and -52 amounts to -24. 9) ______A) 4 + x + (-52) = -24B) 4x + (-52) = -24C) 4[x + (-52)] = -24D) x + 4( -52) = -24MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statementor answers the question.Solve the equation.10)? 17x= 36 – 56 10) ______A) 48,994B) -48,994C) -253,232D) 253,232Solve the equation.11) 5x – x = -24 11) ______A) -6B) -3C) 3D) -5Solve.12) Eight times the difference of 8 and a number equals 136. Find the number.12) ______A) -72B) 72C) -9D) 9Solve the inequality. Graph the solution set.13) 30x – 12 > 6(4x – 5)13) ______A) {x | x < -3}B) {x | x? -3}C) {x | x? -3}D) {x | x > -3}Use the distributive property to write the sum as a product.14) (-1) ? 6 + (-1) ? f 14) ______A) 1(6 + f)B) -1(6 – f)C) -1(6 + f)D) -1(6f)Complete the ordered pair or pairs so that each is a solution to the given linearequation.15) y = -x + 7 ( -1, __?__ ) 15) _______A) (-1, -3)B) (-1, 8)C) (-1, -8)D) (-1, 3)E) none of the abovePlot the point.16) (6, -4)16) _______A) B)C) D)E) none of the aboveGraph the linear equation.17) -4x + y = 017) _______A) B)C) D)E) none of the above18) x = -418) _______A) B)C) D)E) none of the aboveGraph the linear equation by finding and plotting its intercepts.19) 5x – 10y = 1019) _______A) (0, -1), ( 2, 0) B) (0, -1), ( -2, 0)E) none of the aboveFind the slope of the line.20) y =-5 20) _______A) m = 0B) m = 1C) m =-1D) undefined slopeE) none of the above