# Dismantle Baruch College CSTM 0120 – Final Test F019A In 20 Minutes Or LESS

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## Baruch College CSTM 0120 – Final Test F019A Overview

CSTM 0120 is an prealgebra course in Baruch College. This is a non-credit course containing those topics from intermediate algebra that are needed prior to taking MTH 1030, College Algebra.

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## Baruch College CSTM 0120 Final Test F019A Problem 1

Factor

### Step 2.

Factors

Thus, we have the following factors:

## Baruch College CSTM 0120 Final Test F019A Problem 2

### Step 1.

Factor the greatest common monomial factor

### Step 2.

Let’s now factor the quadratic equation :

### Step 3.

Plug in the answers in the formula

## Baruch College CSTM 0120 Final Test F019A Problem 3

### Step 1.

Find the greatest common factor for the constants and

### Step 2.

Find the greatest common factor for the -terms

### Step 3.

Find the greatest common factor for the -terms

The greatest common factor is then

## Baruch College CSTM 0120 Final Test F019A Problem 4

### Step 1.

Factor out the expression using the quadratic formula:

### Step 2.

Plug in the answers in the formula

## Baruch College CSTM 0120 Final Test F019A Problem 5

### Step 1.

Factor out the expression using the quadratic formula:

### Step 2.

Plug in the answers in the formula

### Step 3.

Factor out the expression using the quadratic formula:

### Step 4.

Plug in the answers in the formula

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Plug in into :

## Baruch College CSTM 0120 Final Test F019A Problem 7

### Step 1.

Move all parts to one side:

### Step 2.

Factor out the expression using the quadratic formula:

## Baruch College CSTM 0120 Final Test F019A Problem 8

### Step 1.

Factor out the bottom for the first fraction

### Step 2.

Factor out the bottom for the first fraction

### Step 3.

Both denominators have a common factor of . So the common denominator is:

## Baruch College CSTM 0120 Final Test F019A Problem 9

### Step 1.

Factor out the bottom for the first fraction

### Step 2.

Factor out the bottom for the first fraction

### Step 3.

Both denominators have a common factor of .

The lowest common denominator is then .

## Baruch College CSTM 0120 Final Test F019A Problem 10

### Step 1.

Get every term of the equation to a common denominator:

### Step 2.

Get rid of denominators and solve for :