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NEW YORK CITY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY The City University of New York DEPARTMENT:

Mathematics

COURSE:

MAT 1175/ MA 175

TITLE:

Fundamentals of Mathematics

DESCRIPTION

Topics include linear and quadratic functins, intermediate algebra, plane geometry and trigonometry of the right triangle.

TEXTS:

1) Intermediate Algebra. Martin-Gay, K.E. (2003) New York: Prentice Hall 2) Elementary College Geometry. Africk, H. (1997). Thomson Learning

CREDITS:

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PREREQUISITES:

CUNY proficiency in math or MAT 0630/MA 630 or MAT 0650/MA 650 or MAT 0670/MA 670 Prepared by: Prof. M.E. Rojas Revised by: Prof. N. Benakli Prof. S. Han Prof. J. Liou-Mark Prof. A. Taraporevala Fall 2004

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Testing Guidelines: The following exams should be scheduled: i. A one-hour exam at the end of the First Quarter ii. A one-session exam at the end of the Second Quarter iii. A one-hour exam at the end of the Third Quarter iv. A one-session Final Examination

B.

A scientific calculator with trigonometric functions is required.

Learning Outcomes for MAT 1175/ MA 175 Fundamentals of Mathematics

1.

Students will be able to simplify exponents and use scientific notation.

2.

Students will be able to • Combine and factor polynomials. • Combine and simplify rational and radical expressions.

3.

Students will be able to solve • Linear and quadratic equations. • Systems of linear equations in two variables. • Equations involving rational and radical expressions.

4.

Students will be able to • Identify lines and angles. • Apply theorems and solve problems associated with parallel and perpendicular lines. • Apply the SAS, SSS, ASA and AAS Theorems to congruent triangles. • Apply the AA Theorem to similar triangles. • Solve problems related to a parallelogram. • Apply the Pythagorean Theorem. • Solve special right triangles.

Mathematics Department Policy on Lateness/Absence A student may be absent during the semester without penalty for 10% of the class instructional sessions. Therefore, If the class meets:

The allowable absence is:

1 time per week

2 absences per semester

2 times per week

3 absences per semester

Students who have been excessively absent and failed the course at the end of the semester will receive either •

the WU grade if they have attended the course at least once. This includes students who stop attending without officially withdrawing from the course.

the WN grade if they have never attended the course.

In credit bearing courses, the WU and WN grades count as an F in the computation of the GPA. While WU and WN grades in non-credit developmental courses do not count in the GPA, the WU grade does count toward the limit of 2 attempts for a developmental course. The official Mathematics Department policy is that two latenesses (this includes arriving late or leaving early) is equivalent to one absence. Every withdrawal (official or unofficial) can affect a student’s financial aid status, because withdrawal from a course will change the number of credits or equated credits that are counted toward financial aid.

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MAT 1175 Fundamentals of Mathematics Text: Martin-Gay, K. E. (2003). Intermediate Algebra, 2nd edition. Prentice-Hall: New York Africk, H. (1997). Elementary College Geometry. Thomson Learning: Note:

The problems in the algebra text followed by a (G) require some basic geometry (area, perimeter, circumference, Pythagorean theorem)

Session

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Section Algebra

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1.6 (A-E) Exponents & Scientific Notation (pp. 49-54)

p. 55: 1-9 odd, 15, 19, 23, 27-33 odd, 37, 41, 45-49 odd, 57, 59, 73-79 odd, 87, 91-99 odd, 103

Algebra

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1.7 (A-C) More Work with Exponents & Scientific Notation (pp. 59-62) Algebra

p. 63: 3-15 odd, 23-37 odd, 43-53 odd, 69, 73-83 odd

3.1 (C-D) Graphing Linear Equations (pp. 173-177) Algebra

p. 179: 17-31 odd

4.1 (A-B) Solving Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables (pp.259-262) Algebra

p. 269: 1-13 odd

4.1 (C-D) Solving Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables (pp.262-267) 4.3 (A) Systems of Linear Equations & Problem Solving (Optional) (pp. 281-285) Algebra

p. 269: 15-23 odd, 27-35 odd, 39-43 odd

5.1 (A-E) Adding & Subtracting Polynomials (pp. 327-332)

p. 333: 17-25 odd, 31-39 odd, 45, 47, 53-61 odd, 67-71 odd (optional), 75 (optional), 77 (optional) p. 345: 1-11 odd, 19, 21, 29, 31, 45-49 odd, 63, 65, 85 (G), 87 (G)

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5.2 (A-D) Multiplying Polynomials (pp.339-342)

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Homework

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p. 289: (Optional) 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 13 TEXT: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA BY K. ELAINE MARTIN-GAY

Algebra

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5.3 (A-B) Dividing Polynomials (pp.349-352) 5.4 (A-B) The Greatest Common Factor & Factoring by Grouping (pp.359-361)

p. 355: 1-5 odd, 7-10 all, 11-19 odd, 47 (G), 49 (G) p. 363: 1-17 odd, 21-25 odd

MAT 1175 Fundamentals of Mathematics Text: Martin-Gay, K. E. (2003). Intermediate Algebra, 2nd edition. Prentice-Hall: New York Africk, H. (1997). Elementary College Geometry. Thomson Learning:

Algebra

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5.5 (A-B) Factoring Trinomials (pp. 367-371) 5.6 (A-B) Factoring by Special Products (pp.377-379) Algebra

p. 373: 1-7 all. 9-13 odd, 21-25 odd, 29-39 odd, 51-55 odd p. 381: 1-5 odd, 11-23 odd, 63 (G), 64 (G)

5.7 (A-B) Solving Equations by Factoring & Solving Problems (pp.387-392)

p. 393: 1-13 odd, 29-39 odd, 51 (G), 53 (G), 61 (G)

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First Examination Algebra

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6.1 (A-D) Multiplying & Dividing Rational Expression (pp.423-428)

p. 431: 3-9 odd, 15-27 odd, 39-43 odd, 55-61 odd, 51 (G), 52 (G), p. 441: 5-9 odd, 25-33 odd, 43-49 odd, 11 (G), 12 (G)

6.2 (A-C) Adding & Subtracting Rational Expressions (pp.435-440) Algebra 12

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2.1 (D) Linear Equations in One Variable (pp. 84-85) 6.4 (A) Solving Equations Containing Rational Expressions (pp. 453-456) Algebra

p. 88: 39-43 odd, 47, 69, 70 p. 457: 1-7 odd, 13-23 odd, 29-39 odd

7.1 (A-B) Radical Expressions (pp. 503-505) 7.3 (A-C) Simplifying Radical Expressions (pp. 521-524)

p. 509: 7, 9, 13-17 odd, 75 p. 525: 1, 7, 8, 13, 15, 25, 27, 31, 35, 37, 39, 45, 47, 48, 53, 55, 59, 60, 65, 66

Algebra

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p. 533: 1-6 all, 17, 21, 22, 25–28 all, 47-53 odd, 57-67odd, 45 (G), 46 (G), 85 (G)

7.5 (A-B) Rationalizing Numerators & Denominators of Radical Expression (pp. 537-540) Algebra

p. 543: 1, 3, 7, 11, 17, 31-43 odd, 79

7.6 (A-B) Radical Equations & Problem Solving (pp. 549-554)

p. 555: 1-9 odd, 15, 17, 23-27 odd, 28, 37-40 all, 51-57 odd (G), 59 (G), 61 (G)

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8.1 (A) Solving Quadratic Equations (pp. 587-588) 8.2 (A,C) Solving Quadratic Equations by Using the Quadratic Formula (pp. 599-604)

p. 595: 1-13 odd, 23 p. 605: 1-11 odd, 21, 23, 27, 33, 41, 51 (G), 52 (G), 58 (G)

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Midterm Examination

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Geometry

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1.1 Lines: pp. 1-6: Ex. A-D 1.2 Angles pp. 8-13: Ex. A-C 1.3 Angle Classifications: pp.17-24: Ex. A-F

Page 7: 1-5 odd Page 14: 1-27 odd Page 26: 1-25 odd

Geometry

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1.4 Parallel Lines: pp. 30-38: Ex. A-E 1.5 Triangles: pp. 46-54: Ex. A-F

Page 42: 1-25 odd Page 55: 1-25 odd

Geometry

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2.1 The Congruence Statement: pp. 67-70: Ex. A-C 2.2 The SAS Theorem: pp. 73-78: Ex. A-C

Page 71: 1-9 odd Page 81: 1-23 odd

Geometry

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2.3 The ASA and AAS Theorem: pp. 84-91: Ex. A-D 2.5 Isosceles Triangles: pp.103-109: Ex. A-D 2.6 The SSS Theorem: pp. 113-115: Ex. A, B

Page 93: 1-21 odd Page 111: 1-13 odd Page 118: 1-7 odd

Geometry

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3.1 Parallelograms: pp. 130-138: Ex. A-G

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Geometry

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4.1 Proportions: pp. 157-160: Ex. A, B 4.2 Similar Triangles: pp. 162-169: Ex. A-H

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Geometry

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4.4 Pythagorean Theorem: pp. 182-186: Ex. A-D 4.5 Special Right Triangles: pp. 197-203: Ex. A-D

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Third Examination Geometry

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5.1 The Trigonometric Functions: pp. 215-222: Ex. A-G 5.2 Solution of Right Triangles: pp. 225-230: Ex. A-G

Page 223: 1-19 odd Page 234: 11-41odd Page 242: 1-5 odd

Geometry

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6.1 6.2 6.3 7.5 7.6

Page 249: 1-17 odd Page 258: 1-13 odd Page 265: 1-23 odd Page 339: 1-5 odd, 19-23 odd Page 348: 1-9 odd

The Area of a Rectangle and Square: pp. 244-247: Ex. A-D The Area of a Parallelogram: pp. 253-257: Ex. A-E The Area of a Triangle: pp. 260-264: Ex. A-D Circumference of a Circle: pp. 331-335: Ex. A, D Area of a Circle: pp. 342: Ex. A

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Review for Final

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Final Examination

MAT 1175 Fundamentals of Mathematics Text: Martin-Gay, K. E. (2003). Intermediate Algebra, 2nd edition. Prentice-Hall: New York Africk, H. (1997). Elementary College Geometry. Thomson Learning: Note:

The problems in the algebra text followed by a (G) require some basic geometry (area, perimeter, circumference, Pythagorean theorem) Section

Homework

Algebra

TEXT: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

1.6 (A-E) Exponents & Scientific Notation (pp. 49-54)

p. 55: 1-9 odd, 15, 19, 23, 27-33 odd, 37, 41, 45-49 odd, 57,59, 73-79 odd, 87, 91-99 odd, 103

Algebra

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1.7 (A-C) More Work with Exponents & Scientific Notation (pp. 59-62) Algebra

p. 63: 3-15 odd, 23-37 odd, 43-53 odd, 69, 73-83 odd

3.1 (C-D) Graphing Linear Equations (pp. 173-177) Algebra

p. 179: 17-31 odd

4.1 (A-B) Solving Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables (pp.259-262) Algebra

p. 269: 1-13 odd

4.1 (C-D) Solving Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables (pp.262-267) Algebra

p. 269: 15-23 odd, 27-35 odd, 39-43 odd

4.3 (A) Systems of Linear Equations & Problem Solving (Optional) (pp. 281-285) Algebra

p. 289: (Optional) 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 13

5.1 (A-E) Adding & Subtracting Polynomials (pp. 327-332)

p. 333: 17-25 odd, 31-39 odd, 45, 47, 53-61 odd, 67-71 odd (optional), 75 (optional), 77 (optional)

Algebra

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5.2 (A-D) Multiplying Polynomials (pp.339-342) Algebra

p. 345: 1-11 odd, 19, 21, 29, 31, 45-49 odd, 63, 65, 85 (G), 87 (G)

5.3 (A-B) Dividing Polynomials (pp.349-352) Algebra

p. 355: 1-5 odd, 7-10 all, 11-19 odd, 47 (G), 49 (G)

5.4 (A-B) The Greatest Common Factor & Factoring by Grouping (pp.359-361) Algebra

p. 363: 1-17 odd, 21-25 odd

5.5 (A-B) Factoring Trinomials (pp.367-371)

p. 373: 1-7 all, 9-13 odd, 21-25 odd, 29-39 odd, 51-55 odd

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MAT 1175 Fundamentals of Mathematics Text: Martin-Gay, K. E. (2003). Intermediate Algebra, 2nd edition. Prentice-Hall: New York Africk, H. (1997). Elementary College Geometry. Thomson Learning: Section

Homework

Algebra

TEXT: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

5.6 (A-B) Factoring by Special Products (pp.377-379) Algebra

p. 381: 1-5 odd, 11-23 odd, 63 (G), 64 (G)

5.7 (A-B) Solving Equations by Factoring & Solving Problems (pp.387-392) Algebra

p. 393: 1-13 odd, 29-39 odd, 51 (G), 53 (G), 61 (G)

6.1 (A-D) Multiplying & Dividing Rational Expression (pp.423-428) Algebra

p. 431: 3-9 odd, 15-27 odd, 39-43 odd, 55-61 odd, 51 (G), 52 (G),

6.2 (A-C) Adding & Subtracting Rational Expressions (pp.435-440) Algebra

p. 441: 5-9 odd, 25-33 odd, 43-49 odd, 11 (G), 12 (G)

2.1 (D) Linear Equations in One Variable (pp. 84-85) Algebra

p. 88: 39-43 odd, 47, 69, 70

6.4 (A) Solving Equations Containing Rational Expressions (pp. 453-456) Algebra

p. 457: 1-7 odd, 13-23 odd, 29-39 odd

7.1 (A-B) Radical Expressions (pp. 503-505) Algebra

p. 509: 7, 9, 13-17 odd, 75

7.3 (A-C) Simplifying Radical Expressions (pp. 521-524)

p. 525: 1, 7, 8, 13, 15, 25, 27, 31, 35, 37, 39, 45, 47, 48, 53, 55, 59, 60, 65, 66

Algebra

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p. 533: 1-6 all, 17, 21, 22, 25–28 all, 47-53 odd, 57-67odd, 45 (G), 46 (G), 85 (G)

Algebra

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7.5 (A-B) Rationalizing Numerators & Denominators of Radical Expression (pp. 537-540) Algebra

p. 543: 1, 3, 7, 11, 17, 31-43 odd, 79

7.6 (A-B) Radical Equations & Problem Solving (pp. 549-554)

p. 555: 1-9 odd, 15, 17, 23-27 odd, 28, 37-40 all, 51-57 odd (G), 59 (G), 61 (G)

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MAT 1175 Fundamentals of Mathematics Text: Martin-Gay, K. E. (2003). Intermediate Algebra, 2nd edition. Prentice-Hall: New York Africk, H. (1997). Elementary College Geometry. Thomson Learning: Section

Homework

Algebra

TEXT: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

8.1 (A) Solving Quadratic Equations (pp. 587-588) Algebra

p. 595: 1-13 odd, 23

8.2 (A,C) Solving Quadratic Equations by Using the Quadratic Formula (pp. 599-604)

p. 605: 1-11 odd, 21, 23, 27, 33, 41, 51 (G), 52 (G), 58 (G)

Geometry

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1.1 Lines: pp. 1-6: Ex. A-D

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Geometry

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1.2 Angles pp. 8-13: Ex. A-C

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Geometry

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1.3 Angle Classifications: pp.17-24: Ex. A-F

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Geometry

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1.4 Parallel Lines: pp. 30-38: Ex. A-E

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Geometry

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1.5 Triangles: pp. 46-54: Ex. A-F

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Geometry

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2.1 The Congruence Statement: pp. 67-70: Ex. A-C

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Geometry

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2.2 The SAS Theorem: pp. 73-78: Ex. A-C

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Geometry

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2.3 The ASA and AAS Theorem: pp. 84-91: Ex. A-D

Page 93: 1-21 odd

Geometry

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2.5 Isosceles Triangles: pp.103-109: Ex. A-D

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Geometry

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2.6 The SSS Theorem: pp. 113-115: Ex. A, B

Page 118: 1-7 odd

MAT 1175 Fundamentals of Mathematics Text: Martin-Gay, K. E. (2003). Intermediate Algebra, 2nd edition. Prentice-Hall: New York Africk, H. (1997). Elementary College Geometry. Thomson Learning: Section

Homework

Geometry

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3.1 Parallelograms: pp. 130-138: Ex. A-G

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Geometry

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4.1 Proportions: pp. 157-160: Ex. A, B

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Geometry

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4.2 Similar Triangles: pp. 162-169: Ex. A-H

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Geometry

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4.4 Pythagorean Theorem: pp. 182-186: Ex. A-D

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Geometry

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4.5 Special Right Triangles: pp. 197-203: Ex. A-D

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Geometry

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5.1 The Trigonometric Functions: pp. 215-222: Ex. A-G

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Geometry

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5.2 Solution of Right Triangles: pp. 225-230: Ex. A-G

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Geometry

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6.1 The Area of a Rectangle and Square: pp. 244-247: Ex. A-D

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Geometry

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6.2 The Area of a Parallelogram: pp. 253-257: Ex. A-E

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Geometry

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6.3 The Area of a Triangle: pp. 260-264: Ex. A-D

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Geometry

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7.5 Circumference of a Circle: pp. 331-335: Ex. A, D

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Geometry

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7.6 Area of a Circle: pp. 342: Ex. A

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