Question 1: p > 1, p is a real number. Column AColumn B 1/p1/2 + 1/5 The quantity in Column A is greater. The quantity in Column B is greater. The two quantities are equal. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Question 2: The rectangle solid in the figure below has w = 3 and l = 9. Column AColumn B The area of rectangle ABCD30 The quantity in Column A is greater The quantity in Column B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given Question 3: The figure below shows two concentric circles each with center O. The radius of C1 is r_{1}, the radius of C2 is r_{2}, and r_{1} = (√2)·r_{2} Column AColumn B Area of circle C2Shaded area The quantity in Column A is greater The quantity in Column B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given Question 4: In the x,y coordinate system, line l passes through the point P(2, 1) and is perpendicular to line y = x + 1. Column AColumn B y intercept of line lx intercept of line l The quantity in Column A is greater The quantity in Column B is greater The two quantities are equal. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given Question 5: For a given three digit positive integer, the tens digit is equal to the sum of the other two digits. Column AColumn B tens digitunits digit The quantity in Column A is greater The quantity in Column B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given Question 6: Functions g and f are defined by g(x) = | 1 - x^{2} |, f(x) = 3^{2x}. Column AColumn B f(g(2))g(f(2)) The quantity in Column A is greater The quantity in Column B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given Press the Submit button to see the results.