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    Section 6.5

    Exercise 55

    Sophomore math. A survey of college sophomores showed that of the males were taking mathematics class and of the females were taking a mathematics class. One third of the males were enrolled in calculus and of the females were enrolled in calculus. If just as many males as females were surveyed, then what fraction of the surveyed students taking mathematics were enrolled in calculus? Rework this problem assuming that the number of females in the survey was twice the number of males.

    Answer:

    Section 6.6

    Exercise 27. Solve each equation

    Answer: -5, 2

    Exercise 39. Solve each equation. Watch for extraneous solutions.

    Answer: no solution

    Exercise 47. Solve each equation.

    Answer: -5, 5

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    Section 6.5

    Exercise 55

    Sophomore math. A survey of college sophomores showed that of the males were taking mathematics class and of the females were taking a mathematics class. One third of the males ...

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