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Will there be questions like x^2 + 7x + 10/x + 3 on the test? I am not understanding the long division part to solving these things. Thanks.
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mstcrow5429 Wrote:Will there be questions like x^2 + 7x + 10/x + 3 on the test? I am not understanding the long division part to solving these things. Thanks.
we can do a little study routine here on the board ....
what sections have you planed on studying for the exam?
I assume you are talking about college algebra...
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Yes, left the "College" out by accident. Essentially, all of the sections. I'm going through a text book recommended by blueyzz28, titled "Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 2nd edition," by Bittinger & Beecher. I think I got it for a dollar or two off of Amazon.com, not inclusive of shipping, used, had the odor of cigarette smoke on it, that's mostly gone except when wafting through certain pages. I've gone through chapters 15, being "Introduction to Real Numbers and Algebraic Expression," "Solving Equations and Inequalities," "Graphs of Linear Equations," "Polynomials: Operations" and "Polynomials: Factoring." I've skipped over most of the word problems, geometry, and some of the more minute graphing details. There are a total of 12 chapters. Basically, I'm trying to cover everything on the exam as quickly as possible, and skip anything that's not. It's possible, judging from the CLEP Official Study Guide's practice exam, that I'm going a little to indepth in some areas.
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mstcrow5429 Wrote:Yes, left the "College" out by accident. Essentially, all of the sections. I'm going through a text book recommended by blueyzz28, titled "Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, 2nd edition," by Bittinger & Beecher. I think I got it for a dollar or two off of Amazon.com, not inclusive of shipping, used, had the odor of cigarette smoke on it, that's mostly gone except when wafting through certain pages. I've gone through chapters 15, being "Introduction to Real Numbers and Algebraic Expression," "Solving Equations and Inequalities," "Graphs of Linear Equations," "Polynomials: Operations" and "Polynomials: Factoring." I've skipped over most of the word problems, geometry, and some of the more minute graphing details. There are a total of 12 chapters. Basically, I'm trying to cover everything on the exam as quickly as possible, and skip anything that's not. It's possible, judging from the CLEP Official Study Guide's practice exam, that I'm going a little to indepth in some areas.
I have my old high school algebra text ...which really is handy ....
I recalled it had a chapter dedicated to dividing polynomial...
I will try to look for it and copy out an example....
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Intro to Psychology 50
Natural Sciences  53
Western Civilization II 57
Humanities  61
History of US I  59
Social Sciences & History  54
Western Civilization I  67
Principles of Mgmt 53
Intro to Sociology 64
DANTES
Rise and Fall of Soviet Union  54
Intro to Middle East 56
Intro to World Religions 74
Intro to Computing  53
Principles of Supervision 51
Mgmt Info Sys 53
Intro to Buisness 59
American Ethics51
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