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Beginning Algebra

MPC 095

Lab Notebook

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Table of Contents

Module A: Linear Equations ....................3

Module C: Polynomials............................50

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Linear Equations

3

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The order:

1.

2.

3.

4.

To remember:

Example A

Example B

5

3 2

30

Practice A

Practice B

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5 2

Different types of parenthesis:

Always do __________________________ first!

Example A

Example B

4

72

Practice A

Practice B

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2 20

When simplifying fractions, always simplify ___________ and ___________ first, then ____________

Example A

Example B

4

5

4

2

4 23

3 5 4

Practice A

Practice B

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5 2 9

2

3

Example A

Example B

3|2

4 |

Practice A

Practice B

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4|3

6 |

Variables

Dozen is ______________ as 12

To Evaluate:

Example A

4

Example B

3

4 2

Practice A

Practice B

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2,

5,

Terms:

Like Terms:

When we have like terms we can ___________ the coefficients of _________________

Example A

4

Example B

2

Practice A

Practice B

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Distributive Property:

We use the distributive property to _________________________

Example A

Example B

2 5

Practice A

4 7

Practice B

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So we will always ____________________ first and then _________________________ last

Example A

Example B

4 3

Practice A

7 2

2 7

Practice B

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Show that

3 is the solution to 4

Example A

Example B

5

Example C

Example D

5

35

Practice A

Practice B

Practice C

Practice D

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First we will ___________ and _____________ . Then we will ________________ and _______________

Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

26

14

Practice B

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Sometimes we may have to ________________ first.

Simplify by _______________ and __________________ on each side.

Example A

Example B

2

Practice A

4 2

Practice B

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5 4

10

Important: Multiply _______________ including _____________________

Example A

Example B

3

4

Practice A

1

2

3

5

5

6

Practice B

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7

10

7

15

Example A

Example B

1

2

Practice A

3

2

4

4

9

2

3

Practice B

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5

6

7

15

Final answer is an _____________________

Example:

15

and

Example A

Example B

Practice A

Practice B

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Strategy:

Example A

Example B

3

Practice A

Practice B

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Formulas Fractions

May have to _______________________ first!

Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

1

2

Practice B

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This means we have ____________________

Example A

Example B

|2

Practice A

5|

|7

Practice B

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5 |

17

We do this by ______________________________

Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

2|3

4|

11

Practice B

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7|2

4 |

32

The first equation is ___________________________

The second equation is _____________________________

Example A

Example B

|2

Practice A

6|

|4

|3

8|

Practice B

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5|

|7

2|

Translate:

Is/Were/Was/Will Be:

More than:

Example A

Example B

What is the number?

three times the same number. What is the

number?

Practice A

Practice B

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Consecutive Numbers:

First:

Second:

Third:

Example A

Example B

Practice A

Practice B

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Consecutive Even:

Consecutive Odd:

First:

First:

Second:

Second:

Third:

Third:

Example A

Example B

84.

152.

Practice A

Practice B

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Example A

Example B

The third angle is 30 degrees less than the first.

Find the three angles.

first. The third angle is 30 degrees more than the

second. Find the three angles.

Practice A

Practice B

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Width is the ______________ side

Example A

Example B

the perimeter is 62 cm, what is the length?

length. If the perimeter is 52 cm, what is the

width?

Practice A

Practice B

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Table:

Example A

Example B

the sum of their ages will be 49 years. How old is

each now?

Maria was three times Sonias age. How old is each

now?

Practice A

Practice B

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Consider: Sum of 8

When we have the sum now, for the first box we use ______ and the second we use ______________

Example A

Example B

years. How old is each if 11 years ago, the man

was twice his sons age?

is 38 years. How old is each if the woman will be

triple her daughters age in 9 years?

Practice A

Practice B

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If we dont know the time:

Example A

Example B

How many years ago was the man triple his sisters

age?

old. How many years until her cousin is double her

age?

Practice A

Practice B

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Graphing Linear Equations

31

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Inequalities Graphing

Inequalities:

Less Than

Greater Than

Example A

Example B

Graph

Practice A

Practice B

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Interval notation:

(

Use

)

for less/greater than and use

Example A

Example B

Give Interval Notation

Practice A

Practice B

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, 1

Inequalities - Solving

The only exception is if you _______________ or ________________ by a _____________, you must

__________________________________

Example A

Example B

7

Practice A

17

Practice B

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Inequalities - Tripartite

Tripartite Inequalities:

When solving __________________________________

When graphing _________________________________

Example A

Example B

2

Practice A

22

Practice B

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13

The coordinate plane:

Example A

Graph the points

2,3 , 4, 1 , 2, 4 , 0,3 ,

Practice A

Example B

1,0

Practice B

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0.5

Slope:

Example A

Example B

Practice A

Practice B

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Slope:

Example A

Find the slope between 7,2

Practice A

Example B

11,4

Practice B

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2, 5

17,4

Slope-Intercept Equation:

Example A

Example B

of

and y-intercept of 2

Practice A

Practice B

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To do this we ______________________________

Example A

Example B

Give the slope and y-intercept

5

8

17

Practice A

2

4

4

3

Practice B

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Equations - Graph

Start at the _____________________ and use the ___________________________ to change

Remember slope is ________________ over _____________________

Example A

Example B

Graph

Practice A

Graph 3

Practice B

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Equations Vertical/Horizontal

Horizontal Lines are always _________ equals the __________

Example A

Example B

Graph

Practice A

Practice B

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Example A

Example B

through 3,5 and has a slope of

Practice A

through 6, 2 and has a slope of 4. Give

your final answer in slope-intercept form.

Practice B

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Recall the formula for slope:

Example A

Example B

Find the equation of the line through 1, 4 and

3,5 . Give answer in slope-intercept form.

through 3, 5 and 2,5 .

Practice A

Practice B

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Parallel Lines:

Perpendicular Lines:

Slope:

Slope:

Example A

Example B

line goes through 2, 6 and 0, 3 . Are the

lines parallel, perpendicular, or neither?

Practice A

Another line goes through 2, 1 and 6, 7 .

Are the lines parallel, perpendicular, or neither?

Practice B

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Parallel lines have the __________ slope, Perpendicular lines have ________________________ slopes

Once we know the slope and a point we can use the formula:

Example A

Find the equation of the line parallel to the line

2

5

3 that goes through the point 5,3

Practice A

Example B

Find the equation of the line perpendicular to line

3

2

5 that goes through the point 3, 4

Practice B

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The distance Table:

Opposite Directions:

Example A

Example B

the same time traveling in opposite directions.

Brian drove 35 mph and Jennifer drove 50 mph.

After how much time were they 340 miles apart?

towards each other. If Maria bikes 6 mph faster

than Tristan and they meet after 3 hours, how fast

did each ride?

Practice A

Practice B

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Distance Catch Up

Catch Up:

Example A

Example B

later Nick left to catch up with her, traveling 7

mph. How long will it take him to catch up?

hours later, traveling in the same direction at 30

mph. After how many hours does Julian pass Trey?

Practice A

Practice B

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Consider: Total time of 8

When we have a total time, for the first box we use ______ and the second we use ______________

Example A

Example B

Lupe rode into the forest at 10 mph, turned

around and returned by the same route traveling

15 mph. If her trip took 5 hours, how long did she

travel at each rate?

mph. However, due to construction on the second

leg of the trip, he had to slow down to 25 mph. If

the trip took 6 hours, how long did he drive at

each speed?

Practice A

Practice B

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Polynomials

50

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Product Rule:

Example A

Example B

2

Practice A

Practice B

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Quotient Rule:

Example A

Example B

8

6

Practice A

Practice B

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Power of a Product:

Power of a Quotient:

Power of a Power:

Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

5

9

Practice B

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Exponents - Zero

Example A

Example B

3

Practice A

Practice B

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Example B

Example A

7

5

Practice A

Practice B

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Exponents - Properties

To simplify:

Example A

Example B

4

Practice A

Practice B

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10

positive

negative

Example A

Example B

Convert to Standard Notation

5.23

4.25

10

Example C

10

Example C

Convert to Scientific Notation

8150000

0.00000245

Practice A

Practice B

Practice C

Practice D

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Then use ________________________________ on the 10s

Example A

Example B

523.6

Practice A

10

0.0032

Practice B

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10

Use _______________________________ on the 10s

Example A

Example B

3.4

Practice A

10

2.7

5.32 10

1.9 10

10

Practice B

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Example A

Example B

6.7

Practice A

10

5.2

2.352 10

8.4 10

10

Practice B

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Polynomials - Evaluate

Term:

Monomial:

Binomial:

Trinomial:

Polynomial:

Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

6 when

Practice B

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7 when

Polynomials Add/Subtract

To add polynomials:

To subtract polynomials:

Example A

5

Practice A

Example B

7

14

Practice B

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Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

Practice B

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Example A

Example B

4

Practice A

2 5

Practice B

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7 2

Example A

Example B

2

Practice A

4 3

Practice B

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1 4

Example A

Example B

4 2

Practice A

4 3

Practice B

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6 2

Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

Practice B

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2 6

Example A

Example B

4

Practice A

Practice B

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Division By Monomials

5|2632

Example A

Example B

3

Practice A

18

3

15

Practice B

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25

5

Division By Polynomials

Example A

Example B

2

Practice A

15

4

30

Practice B

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6

2

12

1

If one is missing we will add ______________

Example A

Example B

3

Practice A

50

4

9

3

Practice B

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Factoring

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On variables we use ______________________________

Example A

Example B

Find the Common Factor

15

Practice A

10

4

25

Practice B

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12

20

Put _______ in front, and divide. What is left goes in the _________________________

Example A

Example B

9

Practice A

12

21

Practice B

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Example A

Example B

5 2

Practice A

6 2

3 2

Practice B

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7 2

then factor out __________________ (if it matches!)

Example A

Example B

15

Practice A

10

18

12

Practice B

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Example A

Example B

12

Practice A

28

Practice B

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20

15

Trinomials

AC Method: Find a pair of numbers that multiply to _____ and add to _____

Using FOIL, these numbers come from __ and __

Example A

Example B

3

Practice A

11

10

12

Practice B

78

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

16

1 with GCF

Trinomials

Example A

Example B

18

Practice A

21

15

16

Practice B

79

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

28

30

Trinomials

, the

Example A

Example B

Practice A

Practice B

80

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

1 with GCF

Trinomials

Example A

Example B

7

Practice A

21

70

Practice B

81

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36

80

Difference of Squares:

Example A

Example B

81

Practice A

49

Practice B

82

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

25

Factor:

Sum of Squares is always _______________

Example A

Example B

9

Practice A

16

Practice B

83

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25

is _____________

Example A

Example B

16

Practice A

81

Practice B

84

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

256

Example A

Example B

10

Practice A

25

Practice B

85

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

30

25

Sum of Cubes:

Difference of Cubes:

Example A

Example B

125

Practice A

Practice B

86

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

27

Example A

Example B

8

Practice A

18

Practice B

87

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

12

18

2 terms:

3 terms:

Example A

4 terms:

Example B

25

16

20

Example C

Practice A

2

10

Practice B

Practice C

Practice D

Practice E

88

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

To solve we set each ________________ equal to _________________

Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

1 2

Practice B

89

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

6 2

If we have

and

Example A

Example B

4

Practice A

12

Practice B

90

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

To make factoring easier, we want the ____________________ to be ____________________.

Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

16

Practice B

91

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Before we make the equation equal zero, we may have to ______________________ first.

Example A

Example B

2

Practice A

Practice B

92

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

3 3

Rational Expressions

93

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

Reduce - Evaluate

Example A

Example B

2

8

4

Practice A

6

12

Practice B

94

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

Example A

Example B

24

15

Practice A

48

18

Practice B

95

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

Reduce - Monomials

Example A

Example B

15

25

16

12

Practice A

Practice B

96

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

Reduce - Polynomials

This means we must first ___________________________

Example A

Example B

2

2

Practice A

5

5

3

2

30

9

9

Practice B

97

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25

25

Then multiply _____________________________________

Division is the same, with one extra step at the start: _________________ by the _______________

Example A

Example B

6 21

35 10

Practice A

5

8

Practice B

98

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

10

4

Example B

Example A

6

5

Practice A

10

3

4

9

Practice B

99

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

6

12

Example A

Example B

3

4

Practice A

2

12

Practice B

100

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

5

3

2

2

6

3

1

4

To divide:

Be sure to _________________________ before ______________________

Example A

Example B

3

6

Practice A

10 2

5 2

3

6

8

6

20

15

Practice B

101

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

2

6 3

15

4

2

3

3

2

5

8

LCD - Numbers

Prime Factorization:

To find the LCD use ______________ factors with _______________ exponents.

Example A

Example B

20

Practice A

36

18, 54

Practice B

102

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

81

LCD - Monomials

Example A

Example B

5

Practice A

Practice B

103

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

LCD - Polynomials

This means we must first ________________________

Example A

Example B

3

Practice A

18

21

10

Practice B

104

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Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

25

20

_____________________.

Example A

Example B

5

20

Practice A

8

14

7

15

Practice B

105

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

3

10

When subtracting we will first _______________________ the negative

Dont forget to ___________________

Example A

Example B

6

4

2

Practice A

15

2

15

Practice B

106

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

5

9

_____________________.

This means we may have to ___________________ to find the LCD!

Example A

Example B

Practice A

Practice B

107

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

7

2

2

6

1

Ask questions:

1.

2.

3.

Example A

Example B

5 feet to meters

Practice A

3 miles to yards

Practice B

108

Source: http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/MPC%20095%20Book.pdf

Saylor course: http://www.saylor.org/courses/ma001/

Clear ___________ unit at a time!

Example A

Example B

Practice A

Practice B

109

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