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If C = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12} and D = {numbers divisible by 2 from 1 to 12}, what is C ∩ D

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  1. julianmiddleton
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    please help

  2. Solmyr
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    FLVS?

  3. julianmiddleton
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    yes im just confused

  4. Solmyr
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    ok

  5. Solmyr
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    well the upside down U means Intersection whichs means if there is more then one of the same numberthat is your answer for example

  6. julianmiddleton
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    so would it be 2,4,6,8,10,12?

  7. Solmyr
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    yup

  8. julianmiddleton
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    i have more if your willing you help but thanks :) letme know if you still want to help :)

  9. Solmyr
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    sure

  10. julianmiddleton
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    Choose the relation with a range of {−4, 0, 1}.

  11. Solmyr
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    btw is this a test????

  12. Solmyr
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    if it is put the module number with the question

  13. julianmiddleton
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    3.05] Choose the relation with a range of {−4, 0, 1}.

  14. Solmyr
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    ok

  15. julianmiddleton
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    R = {(−4, −2), (0, 0), (1, 3), (−4, −2), (1, 3)} R = {(3, 1), (0, 0), (−2, −4), (3, 1), (−2, −4)} R = {(3, 2), (1, 8), (1, 2), (0, −5), (−4, 4), (−2, 5)} R = {(2, 3), (8, 1), (2, 1), (−5, 0), (4, −4), (5, −2)}

  16. julianmiddleton
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    answer choices

  17. Solmyr
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    ummm is this module three pretest or the regular test?

  18. julianmiddleton
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    regular test

  19. julianmiddleton
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    btw thank you

  20. Solmyr
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    ok

  21. Solmyr
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    i say the second answer

  22. julianmiddleton
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    me to [3.02] The set S represents the elements present in sugar. S = {carbon, hydrogen, oxygen} The set C represents the elements present in carbon dioxide gas. C = {carbon, oxygen} How many elements are in the set S ∩ C?

  23. Solmyr
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    whats the choices

  24. julianmiddleton
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    i know carbon and oxy are a set but does that make 1 set

  25. julianmiddleton
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    1 2 3 5

  26. julianmiddleton
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    i say 1

  27. Solmyr
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    give me a sec i know this one i got a 96 on the test :P

  28. Solmyr
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    its 1

  29. julianmiddleton
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    oh nice!

  30. julianmiddleton
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    3.05] Which of the following does not represent a function? x 1 3 5 7 y 7 11 15 11 x −4 −2 0 2 y 3 −1 −5 −9 x −4 −3 −2 −1 y −32 −18 −8 −2 x −3 2 6 2 y 0 1 5 4

  31. julianmiddleton
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    thatswhat i got @Solmyr

  32. Solmyr
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    well when answering these kind of questions we look at the x-value

  33. Solmyr
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    srry had to do soomething

  34. julianmiddleton
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    ok x is 1 3 5 7

  35. Solmyr
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    u have to look at the x-value if there is more then one of the same number then to relation is not a function.

  36. julianmiddleton
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    i got d actually

  37. Solmyr
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    correct

  38. Solmyr
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    because there are two 2's in the x-value

  39. julianmiddleton
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    yeah your actually helping me alot then theres this sthough

  40. julianmiddleton
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    [3.03] At an auto show, a car dealer asked the first 10 visitors their ages and the kinds of cars they own. The Venn diagram shows the details. Based on the diagram, which of the following represents the ages of car owners in the set (~P ∩ Q) ∪ (P ∩ R)? {32, 48, 64} {38, 42, 53} {32, 42, 53, 64} {32, 38, 42, 53, 64}

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  41. julianmiddleton
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    theres and attachment we dont have to do this one if you dont want to

  42. Solmyr
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    i might be able explain thiis one but

  43. Solmyr
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    srry idk this was the only one i got rong :PP

  44. julianmiddleton
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    ahahah its fine :) Choose the correct statement about the given Venn Diagram. A total of 25 people were surveyed. A total of 3 people surveyed like cookies. A total of 10 people surveyed like cake and cookies. A total of 13 people surveyed like cake.

  45. julianmiddleton
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    i got c

  47. julianmiddleton
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    ok actually i got that one c

  48. julianmiddleton
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    3.03] Let A = {red, blue, yellow} and let B = {1, 2}. Find A X B. {(red, 1), (red, 2), (blue, 1), (blue, 2), (yellow, 1), (yellow, 2)} {red, blue, yellow, 1, 2} { } {1, 2}

  49. Solmyr
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    ya its c

  50. Solmyr
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    possible combinations?

  51. julianmiddleton
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    hmm im not to sure on this one but what does the {} mean exactly

  52. julianmiddleton
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    but i say a

  53. Solmyr
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    its a

  54. julianmiddleton
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    3.01] Which of the following is a subset of the set A: {men between the ages of 25 and 35} {women between the ages of 27 and 30} {a 40 year old man} {men between the ages of 30 and 35} {men under 25}

  55. Solmyr
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    srry im not sure

  56. julianmiddleton
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    what would your best bet be

  57. Solmyr
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    c

  58. julianmiddleton
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    hmmm [3.05] Choose the relation with a domain of {−6, −3, −2, 0, 5}. R = {(−6, −3), (−2, −2), (0, 5)} R = {(6, 5), (3, 0), (5, −3), (5, −6), (8, −2)} R = {(5, 0), (−2, −2), (−3, −6)} R = {(−3, 5), (−6, 4), (−2, 2), (5, −2) (0, −1)}

  59. julianmiddleton
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    i got b

  60. Solmyr
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    i say b also

  61. julianmiddleton
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    really ?

  62. julianmiddleton
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    [3.01] Which of the following does not represent the set of odd integers from 1 to 20? {1, 3, 5, 7, …} {1, 3, 5, …, 15, 17, 19} {1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19} {odd integers from 1 to 20}

  63. Solmyr
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    well the answer is a because of the .... which means the set goes on forever

  64. julianmiddleton
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    oh yeah thats true

  65. Solmyr
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    :P

  66. julianmiddleton
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    3.06] Given the function g(x) = 8x − 2, compare and contrast g(−2) and g(4). Choose the statement that is true concerning these two values. The value of g(−2) is larger than the value of g(4). The value of g(−2) is the same as the value of g(4). The value of g(−2) is smaller than the value of g(4). The values of g(−2) and g(4) cannot be compared

  67. julianmiddleton
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    and i reaslly appreciate the help manee!

  68. Solmyr
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    np C

  69. julianmiddleton
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    thats what i got

  70. Solmyr
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    ok well i g2g ive got football practice!

  71. julianmiddleton
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    3.05] Which of the following does not represent a function?

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  73. Solmyr
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    srry i couldn't help more

  74. julianmiddleton
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    ohh :( but i really appreciate it but can you help with this last oe

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    3.05] Carla is making ramps of different lengths. The ramps are made with rectangular and square wooden boards. The relationship between the length of the ramp in feet, f(n), and the number of square boards used, n, is represented by the function below. f(n) = 4n + 5 , where 20 ≤ n ≤ 30 Which statement is correct about the range of the length of the ramp for the given domain? It varies from 20 to 30. It varies from 20 to 125. It varies from 80 to 120. It varies from 85 to 125.

  76. julianmiddleton
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    lastt one i promise

  77. Solmyr
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    srry i really g2g i can maybe help u later ill probally be home by 7 pr 7 : 30

  78. julianmiddleton
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    ok thanls :)

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