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## 10 Sample **CLEP College Algebra** Math Practice Questions

1- If A={1,2,4,8,16,24} and B={1,4,12,24,32,48}, how many elements are in \(A∪B\)?

☐A. 2

☐B. 3

☐C. 6

☐D. 9

☐E. 12

2- The average of five consecutive numbers is 36. What is the smallest number?

☐A. 38

☐B. 36

☐C. 34

☐D. 12

☐E. 8

3- Which of the following numbers is NOT a solution of the inequality \(2x-5≥3x-1\)?

☐A. \(-2\)

☐B. \(-4\)

☐C. \(-5\)

☐D. \(-8\)

☐E. \(-10\)

4- If the following equations are true, what is the value of \(x\)?

\(a=\sqrt{3}\)

\(4a=\sqrt{4x}\)

☐A. 2

☐B. 3

☐C. 6

☐D. 12

☐E. 14

5- If \(\sqrt{4m-3}=m\), what is (are) the value(s) of m?

☐A. 0

☐B. 1

☐C. 1, 3

☐D. \(-1, 3\)

☐E. \( -1,-3\)

6- When a number is subtracted from 28 and the difference is divided by that number, the result is 3. What is the value of the number?

☐A. 2

☐B. 4

☐C. 7

☐D. 12

☐E. 24

7- An angle is equal to one ninth of its supplement. What is the measure of that angle?

☐A. 9

☐B. 18

☐C. 25

☐D. 60

☐E. 90

8- If \(\sqrt{4m-3}=m\), what is (are) the value(s) of m?

☐A. 0

☐B. 1

☐C. 1,3

☐D. \(-1,3\)

☐E. \(-1,-3\)

9-If tan \(\theta=\frac{5}{12}\) and sin \(\theta> 0\), then cos \(\theta= \)?

☐A. \(-\frac{5}{13}\)

☐B. \(\frac{12}{13}\)

☐C. \(\frac{13}{12}\)

☐D. \(-\frac{12}{13}\)

☐E. 0

10- Which of the following has the same period and two times the amplitude of graph

\(y = cos \ x\)?

☐A. \(y=cos \ 2x\)

☐B. \(y=cos \ (x+2)\)

☐C. \( y=4 cos \ 2x\)

☐D. \(y=2+2 cos \ x\)

☐E. \( y=4+cos \ x\)

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## Answers:

1- **D**

The union of A and B is: \(A∪B\)={1,2,4,8,12,16,24,32,48}. There are 9 elements in A∪B.

2- **C**

Let \(x\) be the smallest number. Then, these are the numbers: \(x, x+1, x+2, x+3, x+4\)

average\(=\frac{sum \ of \ terms}{number \ of \ terms}⇒36=\frac{x+(x+1)+(x+2)+(x+3)+(x+4)}{5}⇒36=\frac{5x+10}{5} ⇒

180=5x+10 ⇒170= 5x⇒x=34\)

3-** A**

Subtracting 2\(x\) and adding 5 to both sides of \(2x – 5 ≥ 3x – 1\) gives \(-4 ≥ x\). Therefore, \(x\) is a solution to \(2x – 5 ≥ 3x – 1\) if and only if \(x\) is less than or equal to -4 and \(x\) is NOT a solution to\( 2x – 5 ≥ 3x – 1\) if and only if \(x\) is greater than -4. Of the choices given, only -2 is greater than -4 and, therefore, cannot be a value of \(x\).

4- **D**Given the two equations, substitute the numerical value of a into the second equation to solve for \(x\). \(a=\sqrt{3}, 4a=\sqrt{4x}\)

Substituting the numerical value for a into the equation with x is as follows.

\(4(\sqrt{3})=\sqrt{4x}\),From here, distribute the 4. \(4\sqrt{3}=\sqrt{4x}\)

Now square both side of the equation. \((4\sqrt{3})^2=(\sqrt{4x})^2\)

Remember to square both terms within the parentheses. Also, recall that squaring a square root sign cancels them out. \(4^2 \sqrt{3}^2=4x, 16(3)=4x, 48=4x, x=12\)

5- **C**

First square both sides of the equation to get \(4m-3=m^2\)

Subtracting both sides by \(4m-3\) gives us the equation \(m^2-4m+3=0\)

Here you can solve the quadratic equation by factoring to get \((m-1)(m-3)=0\)

For the phrase \((m-1)(m-3)\) to equal zero, m=1 or m=3

6- **C**

Let \(x\) be the number. Write the equation and solve for \(x. (28-x)÷x= 3\)

Multiply both sides by \(x\). \((28-x)= 3x\), then add \(x\) both sides. \(28=4x\), now divide both sides by 4.\( x=7\)

7- **B**

The sum of supplement angles is 180. Let \(x\) be that angle. Therefore, \(x+9x\)=180

10\(x\)=180, divide both sides by 10: \(x\)=18

8- **C**

First square both sides of the equation to get \(4m-3=m^2\)

Subtracting both sides by \(4m-3\) gives us the equation \(m^2-4m+3=0\)

Here you can solve the quadratic equation by factoring to get \((m-1)(m-3)=0)\

For the phrase \((m-1)(m-3)\) to equal zero, m=1 or m=3

9- **B**

tan\(θ=\frac{opposite}{adjacent}\)

tan\(θ=\frac{5}{12}⇒\) we have the following right triangle. Then

\(c=\sqrt{5^2+12^2 }=\sqrt{25+144}=\sqrt{169}=13)

cos(θ=\frac{adjacent}{hypotenuse}=\frac{12}{13}\)

10- **D**

The amplitude in the graph of the equation \(y=acosbx\) is a. (a and b are constant)

In the equation \(y=cosx\), the amplitude is 2 and the period of the graph is \(2π\).

The only choice that has two times the amplitude of graph \(y\) = cos \(x\) is \(y\)=2+2 cos \(x\)

They both have the amplitude of 2 and period of \(2π\).

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