1234567891011Show paginator Hide paginator 1 x^{3} < x < x^{2}If the inequality above is true, then which of the following must also be true?(A) x > 1(B) 0 < x < 1(C) 0 > x > –1(D) x < –1(E) x^{2} < xQuestion 1 of 11 2 According to the equation above, what is x^{2}?(Grid-in)Question 2 of 11 3 If b is an integer, and b^{2} + b^{3} = b^{5}, what is the value of b?(A) –1(B) 0(C) 1(D) √2(E) It cannot be determined from the information given.Question 3 of 11 4 If m^{0} = 1, which of the following has the greatest value?(A) m(B) –m(C) m^{2}(D) m^{3}(E) It cannot be determined from the information given.Question 4 of 11 5 If –1 < n < 0, then which of the following has the least value?(A) n(B) n^{2}(C) n^{3}(D) n^{4}(E) n^{5}Question 5 of 11 6 The functions above are defined for all x > 0. What is g(9)? (Grid-in)Question 6 of 11 7 If 3^{a} + 3^{a} + 3^{a} = 3^{b}, what is b in terms of a?(A) 3a(B) a + 3(C) a + 1(D) a^{2}(E) a^{3}Question 7 of 11 8 Which of the following is equal to ?(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Question 8 of 11 9 If for some a > 1, what is a in terms of b?(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Question 9 of 11 10 If x^{4} = 90 and y^{3} = 3, what is x^{–4}y^{6}?(A) 0.1(B) 1(C) 9(D) 10(E) 24Question 10 of 11 11 If a^{3} = b, and a^{5} = c, then what is b in terms of c?(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Question 11 of 11 Loading... Page navigation ← Parabolas: Video solutions Logarithms quiz →