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### Question of the Day: CLEP Precalculus

If x^{2}=y and 4x^{2}-2y=-3, what is (x, y)?

(3, 9)

(i√(^{3}⁄_{2}), ^{-3}⁄_{2})

(i√(^{7}⁄_{4}), ^{-7}⁄_{4})

(-2, 4)

(√(^{5}⁄_{2}), ^{5}⁄_{2}

The CLEP Precalculus test has 48 questions that you must answer within 90 minutes. Often a prerequisite for college calculus, it consists of two sections. The first has 25 questions, and the second has 23 questions. You are allowed to use a graphing calculator for the first section. The exam tests your knowledge on mathematical functions such as linear, absolute value, quadratic, square root, exponential, trigonometric, and other functions you need to know before entering a college calculus course. Mastering all of these concepts takes time, but the CLEP Precalculus Question of the Day from Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools provides daily test practice that won’t overwhelm you with too much information at once. In fact, the free CLEP Precalculus exam practice will help you identify any areas needing improvement to allow you to move forward with a focused, personalized study plan.

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