Algebra 2 Final Exam Part 1

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Algebra 2 Final Exam Part 1 - Quiz

The Algebra finals are just around and in order for you to get rid of the butterflies in your stomach you need to ensure that you have done adequate revision. The quiz below is designed to help you do just that. Give it a try and all the best in the exam.


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    A. A
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    Question B

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    Question C

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    3,8
    8,3
    Explanation
    The given answer "3,8,8,3" is the sequence obtained by repeating the numbers 3 and 8 in the same order as they appear in the question. The first pair of numbers in the question is 3,8 and the second pair is 8,3. Therefore, the correct answer is the concatenation of these two pairs, resulting in 3,8,8,3.

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    Question D

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    6,-2
    (6,-2)
    Explanation
    The given answer is a repetition of the given coordinates: 6,-2 and (6,-2). This means that the coordinates 6,-2 and (6,-2) are being stated twice in the answer.

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    Question E

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    -9,-9
    (-9,-9)
    Explanation
    The answer is -9,-9,(-9,-9) because it represents a pair of coordinates (-9,-9) and a tuple (-9,-9). The first two numbers (-9,-9) represent the coordinates on a grid, indicating a point in a two-dimensional space. The third element (-9,-9) represents a tuple, which is a collection of two elements (-9,-9) enclosed in parentheses. Therefore, the answer includes both the coordinates and the tuple.

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    Question F

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    C. C
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    B. B

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