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Unit 06-01-Sample Quiz



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

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Consider the first six terms of this sequence: 
2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17,........
What would be the 41st term of this sequence?
a.
43
c.
125
b.
122
d.
2,431,533
 

 2. 

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The first term in this sequence is -1.
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Which function represents a recursive definition of the sequence?
a.
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c.
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b.
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d.
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 3. 

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Jessica was trying to prepare for a marathon.  She had already started preparing and beginning on week 1 of training she ran 3.5 miles every other day.  On week 2, she increased to running 5 miles every other day.  On week 3, she increased to running 6.5 miles every other day.  So, each week she continued to increase the amount she ran by 1.5 miles.
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A marathon is 26 miles long. In which week will she be actually practicing by running 26 miles during her practice runs?
a.
14
c.
18
b.
16
d.
19
 

 4. 

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Jonah Sesquare started creating the following pattern in steps:
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If Jonah continues this pattern how many square tiles will be needed for the 15th step?
a.
57
c.
268,435,456
b.
61
d.
1,073,741,824
 

 5. 

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Consider the first six terms of this sequence: 
3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 96,........
What would be the 19th term of this sequence?
a.
393,216
c.
1,572,864
b.
786,432
d.
1,162,261,467
 

 6. 

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Consider the first six terms of this sequence: 
6, 12, 24, 48, 96,........
Which equation below recursively  defines the sequence?
a.
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c.
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b.
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d.
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 7. 

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The value of a precious gold coin is increasing at a rate of 5% per year.  If the coin is worth $105 today, what will it be worth in 11 years?
(Hint: The first term of the geometric sequence is $110.25 and the common ratio is 1.05. What is the 11th term?)
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a.
$169.79
c.
$179.59
b.
$160.00
d.
$162.75
 

 8. 

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A particular bacteria doubles in area on a petri dish every day.  If on the first day the bacteria covers 3 mm2, how much area should the bacteria cover by the 10th day?
(Hint: The first term of the geometric sequence is 3 and the common ratio is 2. What is the 10th term?)
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a.
1536 mm2
c.
6144 mm2
b.
3072 mm2
d.
19683 mm2
 



 
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