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(1) What is the arithmetic mean of the following equations: 6x+3, -x-9, and 4-4x?

1. (2x-2)/3
2. (2-x)/3
3. (x-4)/3
4. (x-2)/3
5. (2x-3)/3

(2) What are the mean, median, and mode of the following set of numbers? 26, 11, 19, 17, 11, 23, 21

1. Mean: 19 Median: 17 Mode: 11
2. Mean: 18 Median: 17 Mode: 23
3. Mean: 18 Median: 19 Mode: 11
4. Mean: 17 Median: 19 Mode: 11
5. Mean: 18 Median: 19 Mode: 12

(3) How many possible real solutions for x are there in the following equation: -(x2)+24=2x

1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5. Impossible to determine with provided information

(4) Fill in the blanks: Amy felt that the young man had been rather ______ in his response to the professor. She decided that she would contrast him by being _______.

1. impertinent…deferential
2. vapid…shallow
3. vehement…vigorous
4. self-aggrandizing…egotistical
5. transparent…obvious

(5) Fill in the blank: Many think that the best way to maintain a healthy weight is to show ________ behavior with regards to diet.

1. gluttonous
2. squalid
3. crepuscular
4. abstemious
5. abstruse

(6) Fill in the blank: Her _______ style of speech led to lengthy, complicated, and confusing meetings, upsetting her much more _______ superior.

1. oblique…laconic
2. abrasive…pedantic
3. bombastic…resonant
4. sophomoric…venal
5. mercurial…soporific