101. Simplify:

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113. Simplify:

114. Simplify:

115. If D = RT, then T =

116. If P = 2A + 2B, then A =

117. If 3m + 2n = k, then m =

118. If I = PRT, then P =

119. If 2x – 3y = z, then y =

120. If x – 4y = 12, then the y-intercept of the graph of this equation is:

121. If 3x + y = 12, then the x-intercept of the graph of this equation is:

122. If 3x – 2y = 24, then the y-intercept of the graph of this equation is:

123. If 2x + y = 7, then the x-intercept of the graph of this equation is:

124. If 2x + 3y = 10, then the y-intercept of the graph of this equation is:

125. Reduce:

126. Reduce:

127. Reduce:

128. Reduce:

129. Reduce:

130. Factor: 2x^{2} – 8 =

131. Factor: 3x^{2} – 27 =

132. Factor: 32 – 2x^{2} =

133. Factor: 50 – 2x^{2} =

134. Factor: kx^{2} – 9k =

135. Add:

136. Add:

137. Subtract:

138. Multiply:

139. Multiply:

140. Divide:

141. One of the roots of x^{2} – x – 1 = 0 is:

142. One of the roots of x^{2} –2 x – 1 = 0 is:

143. One of the roots of x^{2} + x – 4 = 0 is:

144. One of the roots of 2x^{2} –3 x – 2 = 0 is:

145. One of the roots of 3x^{2} + x – 1 = 0 is:

146. The graph of y = 3 is a: (a) line (b) horizontal line (c) vertical line

(d) parabola (e) circle (f) ellipse (g) hyperbola (h) none of the above

147. The graph of 2x + y = 6 is a: (a) line (b) horizontal line (c) vertical

line (d) parabola (e) circle (f) ellipse (g) hyperbola (h) none of the

above

148. The graph of 2x^{2} + y = 6 is a: (a) line (b) horizontal line (c) vertical

line (d) parabola (e) circle (f) ellipse (g) hyperbola (h) none of the

above

149. The graph of 2x^{2} + y^{2} = 6 is a: (a) line (b) horizontal line (c) vertical

line (d) parabola (e) circle (f) ellipse (g) hyperbola (h) none of the

above

150. The graph of 3x + y^{2} = 0 is a: (a) line (b) horizontal line (c) vertical

line (d) parabola (e) circle (f) ellipse (g) hyperbola (h) none of the

above

151. The graph of x^{2} + y^{2} = 9 is a: (a) line (b) horizontal line (c) vertical

line (d) parabola (e) circle (f) ellipse (g) hyperbola (h) none of the

above

152. The graph of 4x^{2} – 9y^{2} = 36 is a: (a) line (b) horizontal line (c)

vertical line (d) parabola (e) circle (f) ellipse (g) hyperbola (h) none of

the above

153. The graph of
is a: (a) line (b) horizontal line (c) vertical

line (d) parabola (e) circle (f) ellipse (g) hyperbola (h) none of the

above

154. The graph of x^{2} – y = 0 is a: (a) line (b) horizontal line (c) vertical
line

(d) parabola (e) circle (f) ellipse (g) hyperbola (h) none of the above

155. Simplify:

156. Simplify:

157. Simplify:

158. Simplify:

159. Simplify:

160. If 3a + 2b – 4ab = 8, then b =

161. If 2xy + 3y – 4x = 1, then x =

162. If 4b – 2a – ab = 11, then a =

163. If 3x – 2xy = 4y + 8, then y =

164. If 5b + 2c = 3bc – 6, then c =

165. Solve for x:

166. Solve for x:

167. Solve for x:

168. Solve for x: log x = 0

169. Solve for x:

170. Solve for x: | x – 3 | > 2

171. Solve for x: | 3x + 2 | < 1

172. Solve for x: | 3 – x | > 5

173. Solve for x: | 4 + 2x | > 6

174. Solve for x: | 2x – 5 | ≤3

175. Find f (–1) if f (x) = 2x + 1

176. Find f (–3) if f (x) = 3x^{2} – x

177. Find f (2) if f (x) = 4x^{2} + 7

178. Find f (–2) if f (x) = –x^{2} + 4x + 1

179. Find f (3) if f (x) = x2 – x – 3

180. The graphs of 3x – y = 2 and y = 2x – 1 intersect at what point?

181. The graphs of x – 2y = 3 and y = 2x – 4 intersect at what point?

182. The graphs of x = 2 and 2y = x – 1 intersect at what point?

183. The graphs of 3x + y = 2 and y = 2x – 1 intersect at what point?

184. The graphs of 3x + y = 1 and y = – 2 intersect at what point?

185. Which equation best describes this graph:

186. Which equation best describes this graph:

187. Which equation best describes this graph:

188. Which equation best describes this graph:

189. Which equation best describes this graph:

190. A square lot has an area of 200 square feet. If w represents the length

of a side, then an equation that can be used to determine the value of w is:

191. A rectangular playground with area 480 square feet has a length that is

two feet more than twice of its width. If w represents the width of the field,

then an equation that can be used to determine the value of w is:

192. A triangle with area 175 square feet has a base that is three feet less

than twice its height. If h represents the height of this triangle, then an

equation that can be used to determine the value of h is:

193. A rectangular field with area 266 square feet has a width that is five feet

less than its length. If w represents the width of the field, then an equation

that can be used to determine the value of w is:

194. A rectangular pool with perimeter of 112 meters has a length that is four

meters more than its width. If w represents the width of the pool, then an

equation that can be used to determine the value of w is:

195. If , then the exact value of x is:

196. If then the exact value of x is:

197. If 8^{x}= 1, then the exact value of x is:

198. If 5^{x}= 7, then the exact value of x is:

199. If 3^{x}= 4, then the exact value of x is:

200. If f(x) = 3x –1 and g(x) = x^{2} + 3, then f(g(x)) =