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Work the following problems. Show all your own work for maximum credit. Each problem is worth 5 points. Post your work in your individual forum. Please put the quiz number and your name in the email subject and put the following information at the top of the assignment. Name Course Name Assignment Title Date 1. Answer the following question with complete sentences: What is a prime number?

The polynomial can be factored if there are two factors of ac whose sum is b. Answer Consider a polynomial expression of the form ax2 + bx + c.8 We can factor this by grouping two at a time: (3x2 + 6x) . .4) (x + 2) How can you determine if you have factored correctly? After u factor out take put each factor separately equal to zero and find the corresponding value.4 (x + 2) Pull out the GCF again: (3x .4x .(4x + 8) We now pull out the GCF of each: 3x (x + 2) .Answer Any number divisible by itself and 1 only is called a prime number Exception to this case is 1 which is not a prime number What does it mean to factor an expression? Answer Factoring an expression means taking out zeroes from an expression For example X2 +5x+6 It can be factored as (x+3)(x+2) What is the ac method of factoring? Give an example. Put that value in the original equation it must satisfy the original equation. Consider the expression 3x2 + 6x .

How can you determine if (a-b) is a factor of the expression (a3-b3)? Answer Find out the value of by putting a-b =0 a=b Put a = b in the original equation Therefore we get b3 –b3 = 0 Therefore it is correctly factored 2. 54m4n8 Answer 45m2n5 = 3*3*5*m*m*n*n*n*n*n . 6xy.Or other way around could be multiply the factors again to get back the original equation. 9xy3 Answer 3x2y = 3*x*x*y 6xy = 2*3*x*y 9xy3 = 3*3*x*y*y*y GCF = 3xy 45m2n5.48. if we get the original equation then it is correctly factored. Find the greatest common factor for the following group of monomials 40.80 Answer 40 = 2*2*2*5 48 = 2*2*2*2*3 80 = 2*2*2*2*5 Therefore GCF = 8 3x2y.

Factor the following expressions: x2 +6x + 8 Answer x2 +4x+2x + 8 x(x+4) +2(x+4) (x+4)(x+2) 2x2 -7x +6 Answer 2x2 -4x-3x +6 2x(x-2)-3(x-2) (2x-3)(x-2) y4 -1 Answer (y2-1)(y2+1) . Factor the following expressions: 2x+4y Answer 2(x+2y) 15x2y2 – 9xy2 +6x2y Answer 3xy (5xy-3y+3x) y2 – 36 Answer (y-6)(y+6) 4.54m4n8 = 3*3*3*2*m4*n8 GCF = 9m2n5 3.

5 ) ( 32 + 1. A cubic container. x inches.5cm Answer 4 Π ( R − r ) ( R 2 + r 2 + Rr ) 3 4 *3. Answer 4 3 4 3 ΠR − Π r 3 3 4 Π ( R 3 − 3) r 3 4 Π ( R −) ( R r 2 3 2 r+ Rr )+ Determine the value of V when R = 3cm and r = 1. The height of the container was decreased and the length was increased so that the volume is now modeled by the expression x3+4x2-5x By how many feet were the height and length changed? (Hint: Volume = length times width times height) Answer By factorizing we can find out how much they were reduced .91 cm3 6. with sides of length.(y-1)(y+1)(y2+1) 5. has a volume equal to x3 cubic inches. The volume of rubber in the hollow ball used in racquetball is modeled by the formula.5 ) 3 = 98. Rewrite the formula by factoring the right hand side completely.52 + 3*1.14 ( 3 − 1.

h(1).h(2) Answer H(0) = 80 feet H(1) = -16(1)2 +64 (1) +80 H(1) = 128 feet H(2) = -16(2)2 +64 (2) +80 H(1) = 144 feet Use the zero-factor property to determine how many seconds it will take for the ball to reach the ground? (What value of t makes h(t)=0) Answer -16t2 +64t+80 = 0 . Find h(0).x3 + 4 x2 − 5 x x( x 2 + 4 x − 5) x( x 2 + 5 x − x − 5) x( x( x + 5) − 1( x + 5)) x( x − 1)( x + 5) Length increased by 5 feet Height decreased by 1 feet 7. If a ball is shot projected straight upward at a rate of 64 feet per second from a rooftop. 80 feet above ground level. the height of feet above ground is modeled by the equation.

One side of a rectangular stage is 4 ft longer than the other and the diagonal is 20ft. If the sum of the squares of their ages is 80. Molly’s age is twice Anita’s. 4 X cannot be negative Therefore x = 4 Anita’s age = 4 Molly’s age = 8 9.-16 x cannot be negative . then Translate these words into an algebraic equation to determine their ages? Answer Let the Anita’s age be x Age of Molly will be 2x Given X2 +(2x)2 = 80 5x 2 = 80 X2 = 16 X = -4.=-16(t2 -4t-5) = 0 =-16(t2 -5t+t-5) = 0 = -16(t-5)(t+1) = 0 t = 5.-1 T cannot be negative therefore t = 5 sec 8. Use the Pythagorean Theorem to determine the lengths of the sides. Answer Let the one side be x ft Other side will be = x+4 feet Given diagonal = 20 ft x2 +(x+4)2 = 202 2x2 +8x+16 = 400 2x2 +8x -384 = 0 x2 +4x -192 = 0 x2 +16x-12x-192 = 0 x(x+16)-12(x+16) = 0 (x-12)(x+16) = 0 x = 12.

width = 5 feet . The perimeter of a rectangle is 34 feet and the area measures 60 square feet. What are the length and width of the rectangle? (Hint: Use the equations : Perimeter = two times the sum of the length and the width Area = length times width) Answer Given 2(l+b) = 34 lb = 60 l+b = 17 l = 17 – b b(17-b) = 60 -b2 +17b = 60 b 2 -17b +60 = 0 b2 -12b-5b+60 = 0 b(b-12)-5(b-12) = 0 (b-5)(b-12) = 0 B = 5.x = 12 Therefore one side length = 12 ft Other side length = 16 ft 10.12 Therefore length = 12 ft.

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