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## Test Bank Applied Mathematics for the Managerial, Life, and Social Sciences, 6th Edition By Soo T. Tan A+

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Test Bank Applied Mathematics for the Managerial, Life, and Social Sciences, 6th Edition By Soo T. Tan A+

1. Classify the number as to type. (For example,is rational and real, where as is irrational and real.)

 a. rational b. natural c. irrational d. whole e. integer

ANS: C PTS: 1

2. True or False?

Every integer is a rational number.

 a. True b. False

ANS: A PTS: 1

3. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Distributive law for multiplication with respect to addition b. Commutative law of addition c. Inverse law of addition d. Associative law of addition e. Identity law of addition

ANS: B PTS: 1

4. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Inverse law of addition b. Associative law of addition c. Distributive law for multiplication with respect to addition d. Identity law of addition e. Commutative law of addition

ANS: B PTS: 1

5. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Associative law of multiplication b. Identity law of multiplication c. Commutative law of multiplication d. Inverse law of multiplication e. Associative law of addition

ANS: C PTS: 1

6. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Associative law of addition b. Identity law of multiplication c. Commutative law of multiplication d. Associative law of multiplication e. Distributive law for multiplication with respect to addition

ANS: D PTS: 1

7. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Commutative law of multiplication b. Distributive law for multiplication with respect to addition c. Associative law of multiplication d. Associative law of addition e. Identity law of multiplication

ANS: B PTS: 1

8. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Distributive law for multiplication under addition b. Associative law of multiplication c. Commutative law of multiplication d. Associative law of addition e. Commutative law of addition

ANS: D PTS: 1

9. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Commutative law of multiplication b. Property 2 of negatives c. Property 3 of negatives d. Property 1 of negatives e. Associative law of multiplication

ANS: D PTS: 1

10. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Property 2 of negatives b. Commutative law of multiplication c. Associative law of multiplication d. Property 3 of negatives e. Property 1 of negatives

ANS: D PTS: 1

11. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Property 1 of zero properties b. Associative law of multiplication c. Property 2 of negatives d. Commutative law of multiplication e. Property 2 of zero properties

ANS: A PTS: 1

12. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

If , then or .

 a. Property 2 of negatives b. Commutative law of multiplication c. Associative law of multiplication d. Property 1 of zero properties e. Property 2 of zero properties

ANS: E PTS: 1

13. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

If then or

 a. Property 5 of quotients and distributive law b. Property 3 of quotients c. Property 1 of zero properties d. Property 2 of zero properties e. Properties 1 and 4 of quotients

ANS: D PTS: 1

14. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Property 4 of quotients b. Property 1 of quotients c. Property 3 of quotient d. Property 5 of quotients e. Property 2 of quotients

ANS: E PTS: 1

15. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Properties 1 and 4 of quotients b. Property 2 of quotients c. Property 1 of quotients d. Property 3 of quotients e. Property 5 of quotients and distributive law

ANS: B PTS: 1

16. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Property 3 of quotients and distributive law b. Property 5 of quotients and distributive law c. Property 4 of quotients and distributive law d. Property 6 of quotients and distributive law e. Property 7 of quotients and distributive law

ANS: D PTS: 1

17. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Property 5 of quotients and distributive law b. Property 4 of quotients and distributive law c. Property 7 of quotients and distributive law d. Property 6 of quotients and distributive law e. Property 3 of quotients and distributive law

ANS: C PTS: 1

18. True or False?

,,

 a. True b. False

ANS: A PTS: 1

19. True or False?

, , ,

 a. False b. True

ANS: A PTS: 1

MULTIPLE RESPONSE

1. Classify the number as to type.

 a. natural b. integer c. rational d. real e. irrational

ANS: B, C, D PTS: 1

2. Classify the number as to type.

 a. natural b. irrational c. rational d. real e. integer

ANS: C, D PTS: 1

3. Classify the number as to type.

 a. integer b. real c. natural d. irrational e. rational

ANS: B, D PTS: 1

4. Classify the number as to type.

 a. irrational b. integer c. real d. rational e. natural

ANS: C, D PTS: 1

5. Classify the number as to type.

 a. natural b. real c. irrational d. rational e. integer

ANS: B, C PTS: 1

6. State the real number property that justifies the statement.

 a. Property 1 of quotients b. Property 4 of quotients c. Property 2 of quotients d. Property 5 of quotients e. Property 3 of quotients

ANS: C, D PTS: 1

SHORT ANSWER

1. Classify the number as to type.

ANS:

PTS: 1

2. Classify the number as to type.

ANS:

PTS: 1

3. True or False?

Every integer is a whole number.

ANS:

False

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