**This paperwork of MATH 156 Week 2 Assignment Ch 1 and Ch 2 Test consists of:**

Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.Use the graph provided to solve the problem.1) The bar graph below shows the number of students by major in the College of Arts and Sciences.2) Consider the following spreadsheet3) Give a verbal, visual, numerical, and graphic representation for the idea one and one-sixth.4) Use inductive reasoning to predict the next number in the sequence. 3, -18, 108, -648, 3888, . . .5) Indicate whether the sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. 2, 10, 12, 14, 16, . . .6) The last four answers were false, therefore the next will be false.7) Practice makes perfect. Therefore, if I practice, I’ll be perfect.8) Write the negation of the following:9) Form a conjunction from the following two statements and determine if the conjunction is true or false. Six is an odd number.10) Determine what the next equation would be, and verify that it is indeed a true statement. ( 4 ? 1) ? (2 ? 1) = 8( 4 ? 10) ? (2 ? 2) = 160( 4 ? 100) ? (2 ? 3) = 240011) Place the numbers 13, 14, 15, 16 and 18 in the circles to make the sum across and vertically equal to 47.12) How many different ways can you make change for a 25-cent coin using nickels and pennies?13) Determine whether the sets are equal only, equivalent only, both equal and equivalent, or neither equal norequivalent. { 29, 91, 78} and { 91, 78, 29}14) List all the subsets of S. S = {0, 1, 2, 3}15) Name the property of addition that has been applied. ( 8 + 2) + 2 = 8 + ( 2 + 2)16) Solve the problem. Find A U B, given A = {6, 15, 3} and B = {15, 3, 100}.17) Use the definition of subtraction to rewrite the subtraction equation as an addition equation. 34 – 6 = x18) A rectangle 42 units high and 1 unit wide19) Use the distributive property to find the product. ( 2n + 3) ? (n + 4)20) Write the Hindu-Arabic numeral for the number represented by the following.