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For each one of the eighteen chapters of the Text, a Homework involving a number of Exercises is available that consists of: — questions and open spaces to help the students investigate each Exercise, — multiples-choice answers for each Exercise for the instructor rapidly to check the result of the students’ investigations, — an answer grid for the students to enter their choices and to help the instructor keep track. Following, after a sample of the answer grid, are the eighteen Homeworks.

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**Math 017 Homework 1
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Exercise 1.1. Represent the collection

in arithmetic by a number-phrase. i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. 7 Washington b. 7 c. Seven Washingtons d. Seven one-dollar bills e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.2. What does the number-phrase 7 Washington represent in the real-world? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

6 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result:

a. Seven b. c. Seven Washingtons d. Money e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.3. Say the following is on a desk

What answer is given in Arithmetic to the question “What is on the desk?” i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. Six apples b. 6 Apples c. Six d. 6 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.4. Say the following is on a desk

What answer is given in Arithmetic to the question “How many items are on the desk?” i. Explain how you are getting your result:

7 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. Six apples b. 6 Apples c. Six d. 6 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.5. Say the following is on a desk

What answer is given in Arithmetic to the question “What kind of items are on the desk?” i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. apples b. 6 Apples c. Six apples d. Apples e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.6. Change the combination 3 Cents & 5 Hamiltons &2 Washingtons to a single number-phrase. i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. 52.03 b. 52.03 Hamiltons c. 52.03 Cents d. 52.03 Washingtons e. None of the preceding

8 iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.7. Say the following is on a desk

What answer is given in Arithmetic to the question “What is on the desk?” i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. seven b. 7 c. Seven things d. 7 things e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.8. Say the following is on a desk

What answer is given in Arithmetic to the question “How many items are on the desk?” i. Explain how you are getting your result:

9 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. seven b. 7 c. Seven things d. 7 Things e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.9. Say the following is on a desk

What answer is given in Arithmetic to the question “What kind of items are on the desk?” i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. seven b. 7 c. Seven things d. 7 things e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.10. What represents in Arithmetic the item

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

10 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. A dollar b. 1 c. Washington d. 1 Washington e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.11. Draw the graph that illustrates 6 Apples? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d.

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result:
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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Apples

0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9

Apples Apples

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.12. What does the following graph illustrate?

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Apples

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. 6 b. 6 Apples c. apples

11 d. e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.13. Draw the graph that illustrates 23.71 Dollars? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d.

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result:
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0 23.71

Dollars

0 23.71 !

Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 1.14. What does the following graph illustrate?

0 23.71 !

Dollars

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

12 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. 23.71 Dollars b. Twenty-three seventy-one c. 23.71 d. Dollars e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

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**Math 017 Homework 2
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Exercise 2.1. Given the real-world situation in which Jack has and Jill has , circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that can be truly written on paper about it? Jack > Jill Jack < Jill Jack Jack Jill Jill Jack = Jill Jack = Jill

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Jack < Jill, Jack Jill, Jack < Jill, Jack < Jill, Jack Jill, Jack = Jill, Jack = Jill, None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

! ! !

Exercise 2.2. Given the real-world situation in which Mike has and Mina has , circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that can be truly written on paper about it?

14 Mike > Mina Mike < Mina Mike Mike Mina Mina Mike = Mina Mike = Mina

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Mike > Mina, Mike Mina, Mike > Mina, Mike Mina, Mike = Mina Mike = Mina, Mike > Mina, Mike = Mina, None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

! ! !

Exercise 2.3. Given the real-world situation in which Nick has

! ! !

and Nina has , circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that can be truly written on paper about it? Nick > Nina Nick < Nina Nick Nick Nina Nina Nick = Nina Nick = Nina

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Nick Nina, Nick > Nina, Nick Nina, Nick Nina, Nick = Nina Nick > Nina, Nick > Nina, Nick Nina, Nick = Nina

15 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 2.4. Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. 8 Dollars > 3 Dollars 8 Dollars < 3 Dollars 8 Dollars 8 Dollars 3 Dollars 3 Dollars 8 Dollars = 3 Dollars 8 Dollars = 3 Dollars

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. 8 Dollars > 3 Dollars, 8 Dollars < 3 Dollars, 8 Dollars > 3 Dollars, 8 Dollars 3 Dollars, 8 Dollars = 3 Dollars, 8 Dollars 3 Dollars, 8 Dollars < 3 Dollars, 8 Dollars = 3 Dollars, None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 2.5. Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. 4 Dollars > 6 Dollars 4 Dollars < 6 Dollars 4 Dollars 4 Dollars 6 Dollars 6 Dollars 4 Dollars = 6 Dollars 4 Dollars = 6 Dollars

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. a. 4 Dollars > 6 Dollars, b. 4 Dollars < 6 Dollars, c. 4 Dollars > 6 Dollars, 4 Dollars 6 Dollars, 4 Dollars = 6 Dollars,

16 d. 4 Dollars 6 Dollars, 4 Dollars < 6 Dollars, 4 Dollars = 6 Dollars, e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 2.6. Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. 4 Dollars > 4 Dollars 4 Dollars < 4 Dollars 4 Dollars 4 Dollars 4 Dollars 4 Dollars 4 Dollars = 4 Dollars 4 Dollars = 4 Dollars

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. 4 Dollars = 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars = 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars 4 Dollars, None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 2.7. Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are false. 4 Dollars > 4 Dollars 4 Dollars < 4 Dollars 4 Dollars 4 Dollars 4 Dollars 4 Dollars 4 Dollars = 4 Dollars 4 Dollars = 4 Dollars

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. a. 4 Dollars = 4 Dollars, b. 4 Dollars 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars 4 Dollars

17 c. 4 Dollars < 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars > 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars = 4 Dollars, d. 4 Dollars 4 Dollars, 4 Dollars 4 Dollars, e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 2.8. All we know about Mary’s collection and Larry’s collection is that Mary < Larry Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. Larry > Mary Larry < Mary Larry Larry Mary Mary Larry = Mary Larry = Mary

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Larry Mary, Larry > Mary, Larry Mary, Larry > Mary, Larry > Mary, Larry Mary, Larry = Mary None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 2.9. All we know about Barry’s collection and Jenny’s collection is that Barry Jenny

Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. Jenny > Barry Jenny < Barry Jenny Jenny Barry Barry Jenny = Barry Jenny = Barry

18 i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Jenny Barry Jenny = Barry, Jenny > Barry, Jenny > Barry, Jenny = Barry None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 2.10. All we know about Cindy’s collection and Teddy’s collection is that Cindy = Teddy Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. Teddy > Cindy Teddy < Cindy Teddy Teddy Cindy Cindy Teddy = Cindy Teddy = Cindy

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Teddy Cindy Teddy Cindy, Teddy Cindy, Teddy Cindy, Teddy = Cindy, Teddy Cindy, Teddy Cindy None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 2.11. All we know about Billy’s collection and Lizzy’s collection is that

19 Billy = Lizzy Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. Lizzy > Billy Lizzy < Billy Lizzy Lizzy Billy Billy Lizzy = Billy Lizzy = Billy

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Lizzy > Billy Lizzy < Billy, Lizzy Billy, Lizzy Billy, None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 2.12. All we know about Andy’s, Billy’s and Cindy’s collection is that Andy and also that Billy Cindy Billy

Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. Andy > Cindy Andy < Cindy Andy Andy Cindy Cindy Andy = Cindy Andy = Cindy

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

20 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Andy > Cindy Andy < Cindy, Andy Cindy, Andy Cindy, None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

a. b. c. d. e.

Exercise 2.13. All we know about Jill’s collection and Jane’s collection is that Jill and also that Jane Jill Jane

Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. Jill > Jane Jill < Jane Jill Jill Jane Jane Jill = Jane Jill = Jane

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Jill = Jane Jill = Jane, Jill > Jane, Jill < Jane, None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 2.14. All we know about Ken’s collection and Dan’s collection is that Ken and also that Dan

21 Ken = Dan Circle ALL of the following comparison sentences that are true. Ken > Dan Ken < Dan Ken Ken Dan Dan Ken = Dan Ken = Dan

i. Explain how you are getting your answer.

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer. Ken Dan Ken = Dan, Ken > Dan, Ken < Dan, None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

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**Math 017 Homework 3
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Exercise 3.1. Identify the specifying phrase 2 Apples + 5 Apples i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 7 b. seven c. Apples d. 7 Apples e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 3.2. Identify the specifying phrase 2 Apples + 5.034 Apples i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 7.034 number-phrase b. Cannot add a decimal number-phrase to a counting c. Apples d. 7.034 Apples e. None of the preceding

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 3.3. Identify the specifying phrase 2 Apples + 5 Bananas i. Explain how you are getting your result.

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ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 2 b. 5 c. Apples d. 7 Apples e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 3.4. Identify the specifying phrase 2 Apples & 5 Bananas i. Explain how you are getting your result.

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 2 b. 5 c. 2 Apples d. 5 Bananas e. None of the preceding
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5 sinh x 3 x2 −1 dx 5 sinh x 3 x2 −1 dx

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 3.5. Identify the specifying phrase 2 i. Explain how you are getting your result. +5

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. I don’t know what this means. 5 d. 7 3 sinh x dx x2 −1 b. This is a combination c. 7 e. None of the preceding

9 sinh x 3 x2 −1 dx 9 sinh x 5 x2 −4 dx

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. +5

Exercise 3.6. Identify the specifying phrase 2 i. Explain how you are getting your result.

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ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. I don’t know what this means. 9 d. 7 4 sinh x dx x2 −4 b. This is a combination c. 7 e. None of the preceding

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 3.7. Identify the specifying phrase 3629 Dollars + 4903 Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 8522 b. 7522 c. 8532 Dollars d. 7522 Dollars e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 3.8. Identify the specifying phrase 36.29 Dollars + 49.03 Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 85.22 b. 75.22 c. 85.32 Dollars d. 75.22 Dollars e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 3.9. Identify the specifying phrase 3.629 Dollars + 490.3 Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

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ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 85.22 b. 75.22 c. 85.32 Dollars d. 75.22 Dollars e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 3.10. Identify the specifying phrase 0.0036 Dollars + 190.5 Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 190.536 Dollars b. 190.0536 Dollars c. 190.05036 Dollars d. 190.5036 Dollars e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

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Exercise 4.1. Identify the specifying-phrase 2 Apples − 5 Apples i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 3 b. Cannot subtract a larger number-phrase from a smaller number-phrase c. Apples d. 3 Apples e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 4.2. Identify the specifying-phrase 2 Apples − 5.034 Apples i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 3.034 b. Cannot subtract a decimal number-phrase from a counting number-phrase c. Cannot subtract a larger number-phrase from a smaller number-phrase d. 7.034 Apples e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 4.3. Identify the specifying-phrase 2 Apples − 5 Bananas

28 i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. Cannot subtract a larger number-phrase from a smaller number-phrase b. This is a combination c. Apples d. 7 Apples e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 4.4. Identify the specifying-phrase 7 i. Explain how you are getting your result.

5 sinh x 3 x2 −1 dx

−3

5 sinh x 3 x2 −1 dx

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. I don’t know what this means. 5 d. 4 3 sinh x dx x2 −1 b. This is a combination c. 7 e. None of the preceding

9 cosh x 4 x2 −2 dx 9 cosh x 4 x2 −2 dx

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. −5

Exercise 4.5. Identify the specifying-phrase 2 i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i.

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9 a. Cannot be done because I don’t know what 2 4 cosh x means. b. This is x2 a combination c. Cannot subtract a larger number-phrase from a smaller 9 number-phrase d. 3 4 cosh x dx e. None of the preceding x2 −2

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 4.6. Identify the specifying-phrase 3629 Dollars − 4903 Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 1274 b. 7522 c. 8532 Dollars d. 1274 Dollars e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 4.7. Identify the specifying-phrase 36.29 Dollars − 49.03 Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 12.74 b. 75.22 c. 85.32 Dollars d. 12.74 Dollars e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 4.8. Identify the specifying-phrase 12.5 Dollars − 0.0846 Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

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ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. Cannot subtract a larger number-phrase from a smaller number-phrase b. 12.5846 Dollars c. 12.4154 Dollars d. 12.5846 Dollars e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

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**Math 017 Homework 5
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Exercise 5.1. Given the signed numerators −3 and +7 in that order, what strict comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. −3 > +7 b. −3 < +7 c. −3 +7 d. Cannot compare because they have diﬀerent signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.2. Given the signed numerators −7 and +3 in that order, what lenient comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. −7 < +3 b. −7 +3 c. −7 +3 d. Cannot compare because they have diﬀerent signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.3. Given the signed numerators +7 and −3 in that order, what lenient comparison sentence can you write?

32 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +7 > −3 b. +7 < −3 c. +7 −3 d. Cannot compare because they have diﬀerent signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.4. Given the signed numerators +3 and −7 in that order, what strict comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +3 < −7 b. +3 −7 c. +3 −7 d. Cannot compare because they have diﬀerent signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.5. Given the signed numerators −7 and −3 in that order, what strict comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

33 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. −7 > −3 b. −7 −3 c. −7 −3 d. Cannot compare because they have the same signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.6. Given the signed numerators −3 and −7 in that order, what lenient comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. −3 > −7 b. −3 < −7 c. −3 −7 d. Cannot compare because they have the same signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.7. Given the signed numerators −3 and +7 in that order, what size comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. −3 is more in size than +7 b. −3 is less in size than +7 c. −3 is the same in size as +7 d. Cannot compare because they have diﬀerent signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.8. Given the signed numerators −7 and +3 in that order, what size comparison sentence can you write?

34 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. −7 is more in size than +3 b. −7 is less in size than +3 c. −7 is the same in size as +3 d. Cannot compare because they have diﬀerent signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 5.9. Given the signed numerators +3 and −7 in that order, what size comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +3 is more in size than −7 b. +3 is less in size than −7 c. +3 is the same in size as −7 d. Cannot compare because they have diﬀerent signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 5.10. Given the signed numerators +3 and +7 in that order, what size comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

35 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +3 is more in size than +7 b. +3 is less in size than +7 c. +3 is the same in size as +7 d. Cannot compare because they have the same signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.11. Given the signed numerators −7 and −3 in that order, what size comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. −7 is more in size than −3 b. −7 is less in size than −3 c. −7 is the same in size as −3 d. Cannot compare because they have the same signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.12. Given the signed numerators +7 and +3 in that order, what size comparison sentence can you write? i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +7 is more in size than +3 b. +7 is less in size than +3 c. +7 is the same in size as +3 d. Cannot compare because they have the same signs e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.13. Identify the specifying-phrase −3 ⊕ +7

36 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: iii. Indicate which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. +4 b. −4 c. −10 d. +10 e. None of the preceding iv. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.14. Identify the specifying-phrase +3 ⊕ −7 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +4 b. −4 c. −10 d. +10 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.15. Identify the specifying-phrase −3 ⊕ −7 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +4 b. −4 c. −10 d. +10 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

37 Exercise 5.16. Identify the specifying-phrase −3 i. Explain how you are getting your result: +7

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +4 b. −4 c. −10 d. +10 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.17. Identify the specifying-phrase +3 i. Explain how you are getting your result: −7

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +4 b. −4 c. −10 d. +10 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.18. Identify the specifying-phrase −3 i. Explain how you are getting your result: −7

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +4 b. −4 c. −10 d. +10 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

38 Exercise 5.19. What is the change from −3 to +7 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +4 b. −4 c. −10 d. +10 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 5.20. What is the change from −3 to −7 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result: a. +4 b. −4 c. −10 d. +10 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

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**Math 017 Homework 6
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Exercise 6.1. Identify the specifying-phrase [4 Apples] × 2 i. Explain how you are getting your result.

Dimes Apple

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 8 b. 8 Apples c. 8 Dimes d. Cannot multiply Apples by Dimes e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.2. Identify the specifying-phrase [−4 Apples] × +2 i. Explain how you are getting your result.

Dimes Apple

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. −8 b. +8 iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Dimes Apple

c. −8 Dimes

d. +8 Dimes

e. None of the preceding

Exercise 6.3. Identify the specifying-phrase [+4 Apples] × −2 i. Explain how you are getting your result.

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ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. −8 b. +8 c. −8 Dimes d. +8 Dimes e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.4. Identify the specifying-phrase [+4 Apples] × +2 i. Explain how you are getting your result.

Dimes Apple

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. −8 b. +8 c. −8 Dimes d. +8 Dimes e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.5. Identify the specifying-phrase [−4 Apples] × −2 i. Explain how you are getting your result.

Dimes Apple

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. −8 b. +8 c. −8 Dimes d. +8 Dimes e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.6.

41 i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [−4 Apples] × +3 Dimes Apple and Jill’s “event” = [+2 Apples] × −5 Dimes , Apple which of the following comparison sentences is true? a. Jack’s “event” > Jill’s “event” b. Jack’s “event” < Jill’s “event” c. Jack’s “event” Jill’s “event” d. Jack’s “event” is smaller in size than Jill’s “event” e. None of the preceding ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.7. i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [+3 Apples] × −5 Dimes Apple and Jill’s “event” = [−2 Apples] × −5 Dimes , Apple which of the following comparison sentences is true? a. Jack’s “event” > Jill’s “event” b. Jack’s “event” Jill’s “event” c. Jack’s “event” is larger in size than Jill’s “event” d. Jack’s “event” is smaller in size than Jill’s “event” e. None of the preceding ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.8.

42 i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [+6 Apples] × −3 Dimes Apple and Jill’s “event” = [−2 Apples] × +4 Dimes , Apple which of the following comparison sentences is true? a. Jack’s “event” > Jill’s “event” b. Jack’s “event” < Jill’s “event” c. Jack’s “event” Jill’s “event” d. Jack’s “event” is smaller in size than Jill’s “event” e. None of the preceding ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.9. i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [−3 Apples] × +7 Dimes Apple and Jill’s “event” = [−4 Apples] × −8 Dimes , Apple which of the following comparison sentences is true? a. Jack’s “event” > Jill’s “event” b. Jack’s “event” < Jill’s “event” c. Jack’s “event” Jill’s “event” d. Jack’s “event” is larger in size than Jill’s “event” e. None of the preceding ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.10.

43 i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [−4 Apples] × +6 Dimes Apple and Jill’s “event” = [−5 Apples] × −3 Dimes , Apple identify the specifying-phrase Jack’s “event” ⊕ Jill’s “event’. ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

a. −9 Dimes b. +9 Dimes c. −39 Dimes d. +39 Dimes e. None of the preceding

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.11. i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [−2 Apples] × −7 Dimes Apple and Jill’s “event” = [+4 Apples] × +5 Dimes , Apple identify the specifying-phrase the specifying-phrase Jack’s “event” ⊕ Jill’s “event’. a. −6 Dimes b. +6 Dimes c. −34 Dimes d. +34 Dimes e. None of the preceding ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.12.

44 i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [−4 Apples] × +6 Dimes Apple and Jill’s “event” = [−5 Apples] × −3 Dimes , Apple identify the specifying-phrase Jack’s “event” ⊕ Jill’s “event’. a. −9 Dimes b. +9 Dimes c. −39 Dimes d. +39 Dimes e. None of the preceding ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.13. i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [+5 Apples] × −4 Dimes Apple and Jill’s “event” = [+7 Apples] × +2 Dimes , Apple identify the specifying-phrase Jack’s “event” ⊕ Jill’s “event’. a. −6 Dimes b. +6 Dimes c. −34 Dimes d. +34 Dimes e. None of the preceding ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.14. i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [−4 Apples] × +6

Dimes Apple

45 and Jill’s “event” = [−5 Apples] × −3 Dimes , Apple identify the specifying-phrase Jack’s “event” Jill’s “event’. a. −9 Dimes b. +9 Dimes c. −39 Dimes d. +39 Dimes e. None of the preceding ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 6.15. i. Given the following “events” Jack’s “event” = [+7 Apples] × −5 Dimes Apple and Jill’s “event” = [−5 Apples] × +6 Dimes , Apple identify the specifying-phrase Jack’s “event” Jill’s “event’. a. −5 Dimes b. +5 Dimes c. −65 Dimes d. +65 Dimes e. None of the preceding ii. Explain how you are getting your result.

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

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47

**Math 017 Homework 7
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Copyright ©2006 by A. Schremmer

Name: ——————————————

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Exercise 7.1. Rewrite the data set −2 Dollars, +5 Dollars, −3 Dollars, −6 Dollars, +8 Dollars, −7 Dollars in a more economical manner by factoring out the denominator. i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. {2, 5, 3, 6, 8, 7} Dollars {−2, +5, −3, −6, +8, −7} {−2, +5, −3, −6, +8, −7} Dollars −2, +5, −3, −6, +8, −7 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 7.2. Given the data set 0 Dollars, 1 Dollars, 2 Dollars, 3 Dollars and the formula x<2 What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

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ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. 0, 1, 2 2, 3 0, 1, 2, 3 1 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 7.3. Given the data set −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x < +2 What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2 +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

49 Exercise 7.4. Given the data set −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x +2

What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2 +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 7.5. Given the data set −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x +2

What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2

50 b. c. d. e. +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 7.6. Given the data set −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x > +2 What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2 +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 7.7. Given the data set −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x = +2 What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

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ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2 +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 7.8. Given the data set −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x = +2 What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2 +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

52 Exercise 7.9. Given the following data set: −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x > +2 What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2 +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 7.10. Given the data set −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x < +2 What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2

53 b. c. d. e. +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 7.11. Given the data set −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x +2

What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2 +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 7.12. Given the data set −3 Dollars, −2 Dollars, −1 Dollars, 0 Dollars, +1 Dollars, +2 Dollars, +3 Dollars and the formula x +2

What are the solutions? i. Explain how you are getting your result.

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ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. b. c. d. e. −3, −2, −1, 0, +1, +2 +2, +3 −3, −2, −1, 0, +1 +3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

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**Math 017 Homework 8
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Exercise 8.1. Given the basic equation in Dollars x = −13.72 list its solution subset in Dollars. i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. 13.72 preceding b. −13.72 c. −13.72 Dollars d. 13.72 Dollars e. None of the

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.2. Given the basic equation in Dollars x = −13.72 plot its solution subset i. Explain how you are getting your result.

**56 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a.
**

–1 3. 72

Dollars

b. c.

–1 7 3. 2

Dollars

–1 3. 72

d. e. None of the preceding

Dollars

–1 3. 72

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.3. Given the basic inequation in Dollars x < −13.72 name its solution subset in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. (−13.72, +∞) b. (−∞, −13.72) e. None of the preceding c. [−13.72, +∞) d. (−∞, −13.72]

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.4. Given the basic inequation in Dollars x > −13.72 graph its solution subset i. Explain how you are getting your result.

57

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a.
**

–1 3. 72

Dollars Dollars

–1 3. 72

b. c. d. e. None of the preceding

Dollars

–1 3. 72

Dollars

–1 3. 72

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.5. Given the basic inequation in Dollars name its solution subset in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result. x > −13.72

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. (−13.72, +∞) b. (−∞, −13.72) e. None of the preceding c. [−13.72, +∞) d. (−∞, −13.72]

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.6. Given the basic inequation in Dollars

58 x < −13.72 graph its solution subset i. Explain how you are getting your result.

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a.
**

–1 3. 72

Dollars Dollars

–1 3. 72

b. c. d. e. None of the preceding

Dollars

–1 3. 72

Dollars

–1 3. 72

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.7. Given the basic inequation in Dollars x −13.72

name its solution subset in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

59 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. (−13.72, +∞) b. (−∞, −13.72) e. None of the preceding c. [−13.72, +∞) d. (−∞, −13.72]

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.8. Given the basic inequation in Dollars x −13.72

graph its solution subset i. Explain how you are getting your result.

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a.
**

–1 3. 72

Dollars Dollars

–1 3. 72

b. c. d. e. None of the preceding

Dollars

–1 3. 72

Dollars

–1 3. 72

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.9. Given the basic inequation in Dollars x −13.72

name its solution subset in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result.

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ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a. (−13.72, +∞) b. (−∞, −13.72) e. None of the preceding c. [−13.72, +∞) d. (−∞, −13.72]

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.10. Given the basic inequation in Dollars x graph its solution subset i. Explain how you are getting your result. −13.72

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a.
**

–1 3. 72

Dollars Dollars

–1 3. 72

b. c. d. e. None of the preceding

Dollars

–1 3. 72

Dollars

–1 3. 72

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 8.11. Given the basic inequation in Dollars

61 x = −13.72

graph its solution subset i. Explain how you are getting your result.

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your answer in i. a.
**

–1 3. 72

Dollars Dollars

–1 3. 72

b. c. d. e. None of the preceding

Dollars

–1 3. 72

Dollars

–1 3. 72

iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

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63

**Math 017 Homework 9
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Copyright ©2006 by A. Schremmer

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Exercise 9.1. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars x + 2.14 +3.89 1. Explain how you are getting your result: i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is:

–!

2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

+!

a. b. c. d.

–! –! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid Exercise 9.2. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars 1. Explain how you are getting your result: x − 3.48 > −68.08

+1 .6 5 +1 .6 5 +1 5 .6 +1 5 .6

64 i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is:

–!

2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. –! b. –! c. –! d. –!

+!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars

e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid Exercise 9.3. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars x + 3.92 < +3.98 1. Explain how you are getting your result: i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is:

–7 1. 56 –7 1. 56 –7 1. 56 –7 1. 56

Dollars

Dollars Dollars

–!

2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

+!

65 a. b. c. d.

–! –! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid Exercise 9.4. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars x + 17.04 +16.98 1. Explain how you are getting your result: i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is:

+0 .6 –0 .6 –0 .6 –0 .6

–!

2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

+!

a. b. c. d.

–! –! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid

+0 .6

–0 .6 –0 .6

+0 .6

66 Exercise 9.5. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars 1. Explain how you are getting your result: i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is: x − 31.07 > −31.67

–!

2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

+!

a. b. c. d.

–! –! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid Exercise 9.6. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars 1. Explain how you are getting your result: i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is: −2x −1.2

–0 .6 +0 .6 –0 .6 +0 .6

–!

+!

67 2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

a. b. c. d.

–! –! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid Exercise 9.7. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars +1.17x < +2.34 1. Explain how you are getting your result: i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is:

–0 .6 +0 .6 –0 .6 +0 .6

–!

2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

+!

a. b.

–! –!

c.

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

–2 +2

–!

d.

–2

–!

e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid

+2

68 Exercise 9.8. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars +7x 1. Explain how you are getting your result: i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is: −17.01

–!

2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

+!

a. b. c. d.

–! –! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid Exercise 9.9. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars 1. Explain how you are getting your result: i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is: −6.51x = +19.53

+0 .5 –0 .5 +0 .5 –0 .5

–!

+!

69 2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

a. b. c. d.

–! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

–! e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid

Exercise 9.10. Find the solution subset of the inequation in Dollars 1. Explain how you are getting your result: i. The associated equation is: ———————— ii. The boundary point is: ———————— iii. Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no iv. Your testing point #1 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— v. Your testing point #2 is: Is it a solution? yes / no —— vi. The graph of the solution subset is: −2.57x > +7.71

+3 –3 +3 –3

–!

2. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

+!

a. b. c. d.

–! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

–! e. None of the preceeding. 3. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid

+3 –3 +3 –3

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71

**Math 017 Homework 10
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Exercise 10.1. Find the solution subset of the single aﬃne problem in Dollars +3x + 12 < 0 i. Explain how you are getting your result. a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset: i. The associated equation is: ———————— The boundary point is: ———————— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no ii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset is:

–! +!

b. Locating the interior of the solution subset: i. Label the sections, Section A, Section B, on the above graph. ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no iv. The graph of the solution subset is:

–! +!

a. b. c.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result.

–! –! –!

+! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars

+4 –4 –4

72 d.

Dollars

–! e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

+!

i. Explain how you are getting your result. a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset: i. The associated equation is: ———————— The boundary point is: ———————— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no ii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset is:

–!

Exercise 10.2. Find the solution subset of the single aﬃne problem in Dollars +5x − 15 0

b. Locating the interior of the solution subset: i. Label the sections, Section A, Section B, on the above graph. ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no iv. The graph of the solution subset is:

–! +!

a. b.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

–4

+!

–! –!

c.

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

–5 –5

–!

d.

–5

–!

e. None of the preceding

–5

73 iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 10.3. Find the solution subset of the single aﬃne problem in Dollars −2x + 8 > 0 i. Explain how you are getting your result. a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset: i. The associated equation is: ———————— The boundary point is: ———————— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no ii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset is:

–!

+!

b. Locating the interior of the solution subset: i. Label the sections, Section A, Section B, on the above graph. ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no iv. The graph of the solution subset is:

–! +!

a. b. c. d.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

–! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

–! e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 10.4. Find the solution subset of the single aﬃne problem in Dollars

+4 +4 +4 +4

74 −5x − 30 0

i. Explain how you are getting your result. a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset: i. The associated equation is: ———————— The boundary point is: ———————— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no ii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset is:

–! +!

–! +!

a. b. c. d.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

–! –! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 10.5. Find the solution subset of the single aﬃne problem in Dollars +5x + 3 < −7 i. Explain how you are getting your result. a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset:

–6 –6 –6 –6

75 i. The associated equation is: ———————— The boundary point is: ———————— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no ii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset is:

–! +!

–! +!

a. b. c. d.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

–! –! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 10.6. Find the solution subset of the single aﬃne problem in Dollars −3x − 12 −7x i. Explain how you are getting your result. a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset: i. The associated equation is: ———————— The boundary point is: ———————— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no ii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset is:

–2 –2 –2 –2

76

–!

+!

–! +!

a. b. c. d.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

–! –! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 10.7. Find the solution subset of the single aﬃne problem in Dollars −2x − 5 = −6x + 7 i. Explain how you are getting your result. a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset: i. The associated equation is: ———————— The boundary point is: ———————— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no ii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset is:

–!

+3 +3 +3 +3

+!

77 b. Locating the interior of the solution subset: i. Label the sections, Section A, Section B, on the above graph. ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no iv. The graph of the solution subset is:

–! +!

a. b.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

–! –!

c.

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

+3 +3

–!

d.

+3

–!

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 10.8. Find the solution subset of the single aﬃne problem in Dollars +3x − 5 +8x + 10 i. Explain how you are getting your result. a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset: i. The associated equation is: ———————— The boundary point is: ———————— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset? yes / no ii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset is:

–!

b. Locating the interior of the solution subset: i. Label the sections, Section A, Section B, on the above graph. ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no

+3

+!

78 iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the problem? yes / no iv. The graph of the solution subset is:

–! +!

a. b. c. d.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

–! –! –!

+! +! +! +!

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

–! e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

–3 –3 –3 –3

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**Math 017 Homework 11
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i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem: i. The equation associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ————————The boundary point associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included ii. The equation associated with the second inequation is: ———————— The boundary point associated with the second inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included iii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

Exercise 11.1. Find the solution subset of the double basic problem in Dollars x < +54.27 both x −32.77

b. Locating the interior of the solution subset of the double problem: i. Label the sections on the above graph: Section A, Section B, Section C. ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no iv. Your testing point for Section C is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no v. The graph of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

80 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

a. b. c. d.

–!

+!

Dollars

+5

77 2. –3

2 4. 7

Dollars

–!

+!

+5

77 2. –3

2 4. 7

Dollars

–!

+!

+5

2. –3 77

2 4. 7

Dollars

–!

+!

+5

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 11.2. Find the solution subset of the double basic problem in Dollars x −13.07 Either One Or Both x < −62.78 i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem: i. The equation associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ————————The boundary point associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included ii. The equation associated with the second inequation is: ———————— The boundary point associated with the second inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included iii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

b. Locating the interior of the solution subset of the double problem: i. Label the sections on the above graph: Section A, Section B, Section C. ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no

–3 77 2.

4. 27

81 iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no iv. Your testing point for Section C is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no v. The graph of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

a.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

–!

+!

Dollars

–1

–6 78 2.

07 3.

b.

–!

c.

+!

Dollars

–1

–6 78 2.

07 3.

Dollars

–!

d.

+!

–1

–6 78 2.

07 3.

Dollars

–!

+!

–1

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 11.3. Find the solution subset of the double basic problem in Dollars x +71.37 Either One But Not Both x +29.84 i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem: i. The equation associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ————————The boundary point associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included ii. The equation associated with the second inequation is: ———————— The boundary point associated with the second inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included

–6 78 2.

07 3.

**82 iii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem is:
**

–! +!

Dollars

b. Locating the interior of the solution subset of the double problem: i. Label the sections on the above graph: Section A, Section B, Section C. ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no iv. Your testing point for Section C is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no v. The graph of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

a. b.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result

–!

+!

Dollars

+2 9. 84

–7 1. 37

–!

c.

+!

Dollars

+2 9. 84

–7 1. 37

–!

d.

+!

Dollars

+2 9. 84

–7 1. 37

–!

+!

Dollars

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

+2 9. 84

–7 1. 37

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**Math 017 Homework 12
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Exercise 12.1. Find the solution subset of the double basic problem in Dollars both +3x + 6 0 +5x − 15 > 0

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem: i. The equation associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ————————The boundary point associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included ii. The equation associated with the second inequation is: ———————— The boundary point associated with the second inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included iii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

b. Locating the interior of the solution subset of the double problem: i. Label the sections on the above graph: Section A, Section B, Section C. ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no iv. Your testing point for Section C is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no v. The graph of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

**84 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result
**

Dollars

a.

–!

b. c.

+!

–2

+3

–!

+!

Dollars

–2

+3

–!

d.

+!

Dollars

–2

+3

–!

+!

Dollars

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 12.2. Find the solution subset of the double basic problem in Dollars Either One Or Both +2x + 8 > 0 +3x + 6 < 0

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem: i. The equation associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ————————The boundary point associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included ii. The equation associated with the second inequation is: ———————— The boundary point associated with the second inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included iii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

b. Locating the interior of the solution subset of the double problem: i. Label the sections on the above graph: Section A, Section B, Section C.

–2

+3

85 ii. Your testing point for Section A is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no iii. Your testing point for Section B is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no iv. Your testing point for Section C is: —— Is your testing point a solution of the double problem? yes / no v. The graph of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

a.

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result
**

Dollars

b. c.

–!

+!

–2

–4

–!

+!

Dollars

–2

–4

d.

–!

+!

Dollars

–2

–! e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 12.3. Find the solution subset of the double basic problem in Dollars Either One But Not Both +3x − 12 0 2x − 4 0

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Locating the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem: i. The equation associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ————————The boundary point associated with the ﬁrst inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included

–4 –4

+!

Dollars

–2

86 ii. The equation associated with the second inequation is: ———————— The boundary point associated with the second inequation is: ———— Is the boundary point included in the solution subset of the double problem? included / non-included iii. The graph of the boundary of the solution subset of the double problem is:

–! +!

Dollars

–! +!

Dollars

a. b. c. d.

**ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result
**

Dollars

–!

+!

+2

+4

–!

+!

Dollars

+4

+2

–!

+!

Dollars

+4

–! e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

+2 +2

+!

Dollars

+4

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**Math 017 Homework 13
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Exercise 13.1. What is the code for the longhand specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the above longhand as a repeated multiplication/division: ——————————————————————————b. Write the code for your reading: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 12, 288 × 4×6 b. 12, 288 × 4−6 c. 12, 288 × 4+6 d. Not a repeated multiplication/division e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. 12, 288 × 4 × 4 × 4 × 4 × 4 × 4

Exercise 13.2. What is the code for the longhand specifying-phrase in Dollars 12, 288 4×4×4×4×4×4 i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the above longhand as a repeated multiplication/division: ——————————————————————————-

88 b. Write the code for your reading: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 12, 288 × 4÷6 b. 12, 288 × 4−6 c. 12, 288 × 4+6 d. Not a repeated multiplication/division e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 13.3. What is the code for the longhand specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the above longhand as a repeated multiplication/division: ——————————————————————————b. Write the code for your reading: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 12, 288 × 4 × 6 b. 12, 288 × 4−6 c. 12, 288 × 4+6 d. Not a repeated multiplication/division e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. 12, 288 + 4 × 4 × 4 × 4 × 4 × 4

Exercise 13.4. What is the longhand for the following specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————37, 500 × 5+3

89 b. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase, if

any:

——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (37, 500 × 5) + 3 b. 37, 500 × (5 + 3) c. 37, 500 × 5 × 5 × 5 d. Not a monomial specifying-phrase e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 13.5. What is the longhand for the following specifying-phrase in Dollars 37, 500 ÷ 5+3 i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase, if

any:

——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (37, 500 × 5) + 3 b. 37, 500 × (5 + 3) c. 37, 500 ÷ 5 × 5 × 5 d. Not a monomial specifying-phrase e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 13.6. What is the longhand for the following specifying-phrase in Dollars 37, 500 × 5−3 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

90 a. Write your reading of the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase, if

any:

——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (37, 500 × 5) − 3 b. 37, 500 × (5 − 3) c. 37, 500 ÷ 5 × 5 × 5 d. Not a monomial specifying-phrase e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 13.7. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars 9, 216 × 4−3 i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write: ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +110, 592 b. −110, 592 c. +144 d. −144 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

91 Exercise 13.8. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand: 9, 216 × 4+3

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +110, 592 b. −110, 592 c. +144 d. −144 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 13.9. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand: (−240) × (+2)+3

92 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +30 b. −1920 c. +1920 d. −30 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 13.10. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand: (+240) × (+2)−3

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +30 b. −1920 c. +1920 d. −30 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 13.11. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————(−2) × (+3)+2

93 c. Compute the result of that longhand:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +36 b. −18 c. +18 d. −36 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 13.12. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars (−2) × (+3)−2 i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 1 1 a. − 36 b. + 36 c. − 2 d. + 2 e. None of the preceding 9 9 iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 13.13. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars −5 × (+3)+2 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

94 a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. −225 b. +225 c. −45 d. +45 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

95

**Math 017 Homework 14
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Exercise 14.1. What is the code for the longhand specifying-phrase in Dollars 12, 288 × x × x × x × x × x × x

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the above longhand as a repeated multiplication/division: ——————————————————————————b. Write the code for your reading: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 12, 288 × x × 6 b. 12, 288 × x×6 c. 12, 288 × x+6 d. Not a repeated multiplication/division e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.2. What is the code for the longhand specifying-phrase in Dollars 12, 288 x×x×x×x×x×x

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the above longhand as a repeated multiplication/division: ——————————————————————————-

96 b. Write the code for your reading: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 12, 288 ÷ x × 6 b. 12, 288 × x÷6 c. 12, 288 × x−6 d. Not a repeated multiplication/division e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.3. What is the code for the longhand specifying-phrase in Dollars 12, 288 + x × x × x × x × x × x

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the above longhand as a repeated multiplication/division: ——————————————————————————b. Write the code for your reading: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 12, 288 × x×6 b. 12, 288 × x−6 c. 12, 288 × x+6 d. Not a repeated multiplication/division e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.4. What is the longhand for the following specifying-phrase in Dollars 37, 500 × x+3

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————-

97 b. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase, if

any:

——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (37, 500 × x) + 3 b. 37, 500 × (x + 3) c. 37, 500 × x × x × x d. Not a monomial specifying-phrase e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.5. What is the longhand for the following specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase, if 37, 500 ÷ x+3

any:

——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (37, 500 × x) + 3 b. 37, 500 × (x + 3) c. 37, 500 ÷ x × x × x d. Not a monomial specifying-phrase e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.6. What is the longhand for the following specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write your reading of the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————37, 500 × x−3

98 b. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase, if

any:

——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 37,500 a. (37, 500 × x) − 3 b. 37, 500 ÷ x × x × x c. x×x×x d. Not a monomial specifying-phrase e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

**Exercise 14.7. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars −63 × x+2
**

x:=−3

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +567 b. −567 c. −7 d. +7 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

**Exercise 14.8. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars −63 × x−2
**

x:=+3

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

99 a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +567 b. −567 c. −7 d. +7 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

**Exercise 14.9. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars +63 × x−2
**

x:=−3

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +567 b. −567 c. −7 d. +7 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

**100 Exercise 14.10. Identify the monomial specifying-phrase in Dollars −63 × x+2
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x:=+3

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. What is your reading of the code: ——————————————————————————b. Write the longhand that the code is telling you to write ——————————————————————————c. Compute the result of that longhand:

Exercise 14.11. Identify the specifying-phrase in Dollars (−12)x−6 × (+4)x−2 i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————b. Write the result in longhand: ——————————————————————————c. Write the longhand in code: ——————————————————————————-

101 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (−48)x+12 b. (−48)x+4 c. (−3)x−8 d. (−3)x−12 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.12. Identify the specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————b. Write the result in longhand: ——————————————————————————c. Write the longhand in code: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (−48)x−12 b. (−48)x+4 c. (−3)x−8 d. (+3)x−4 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. (+12)x−6 × (−4)x+2

Exercise 14.13. Identify the specifying-phrase in Dollars i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————b. Write the result in longhand: ——————————————————————————(−12)x+6 × (+4)x+2

102 c. Write the longhand in code: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (−48)x+12 b. (−48)x+8 c. (−3)x+4 d. (−3)x−4 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.14. Identify the specifying-phrase in Dollars (−12)x+6 ÷ (+4)x+2

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————b. Write the result in longhand: ——————————————————————————c. Write the longhand in code: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (−3)x+3 b. (−48)x+8 c. (−3)x−8 d. (−3)x−3 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.15. Identify the specifying-phrase in Dollars (−12)x−6 ÷ (+4)x−2

i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————-

103 b. Write the result in longhand: ——————————————————————————c. Write the longhand in code: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (−3)x+3 b. (−48)x+8 c. (−3)x−8 d. (−3)x−4 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.16. Identify the specifying-phrase in Dollars (−12)x+6 ÷ (+4)x−2 i. Explain how you are getting your result: a. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————b. Write the result in longhand: ——————————————————————————c. Write the longhand in code: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (−3)x+3 b. (−48)x+8 c. (−3)x−8 d. (−3)x−4 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 14.17. Identify the specifying-phrase in Dollars (−12)x−6 ÷ (+4)x+2 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

104 a. Write the longhand that is coded by the given specifying-phrase: ——————————————————————————b. Write the result in longhand: ——————————————————————————c. Write the longhand in code: ——————————————————————————ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. (−3)x+3 b. (−48)x+8 c. (−3)x−8 d. (−3)x−4 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

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**Math 017 Homework 15
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Exercise 15.1. Reduce the following polynomial into standard descending powers: −3x2 − 7x−5 − 7x1 − 4x0 − 6x2 + 9x−5 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result −9x2 − 7x − 4 + 2x−5 −3x2 − 7x − 7 − 4x−1 − 6x−2 + 9x−3 +9x2 + 7x − 4 + 2x−5 +9x2 − 7x + 4 − 2x−5 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 15.2. Reduce the following polynomial into standard ascending powers: −6x−2 − 7x4 + 5x1 + 3x0 − 6x−2 + 9x4 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. −9h2 − 7h − 4 + 2h−5

106 b. c. d. e. −12h−2 + 3 + 5h + 2h4 +9h2 + 7h3 − 4h4 + 2h9 +9h2 − 7h + 4 − 2h−5 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

**Exercise 15.3. Identify x3 − 3x2 − 5x + 2
**

x:=+3

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. −13 b. +41 c. +71 d. +9 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

**Exercise 15.4. Identify x2 − 3x − 5 + 2x−1 + 4x−2 i. Explain how you are getting your result:
**

x:=+2

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. −1 b. −13.24 c. −11 d. +135.24 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

**Exercise 15.5. Identify +2x3 + x2 − x + 12x−1
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x:=−3

107 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +72.333 b. −46 c. +64 d. +62 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

**Exercise 15.6. Identify +3 − 7h + 5h2
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h:=0.02

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +72.333 b. +4.00000326 c. +3 + (...) d. +3.000734 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 15.7. Identify +5x3 + 7x2 + 5x + 4 +2x4 + x3 + 7x2 + 5x

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result +7x3 + 8x2 + 12x + 9 +7x3 + 7x2 + 12x + 9 +2x4 + 6x3 + 14x2 + 10x + 4 +7x4 + 8x3 + 12x2 + 9x None of the preceding

108 iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 15.8. Identify 5x5 + 7x4 + 3x3 + 4x2 + 2x3 + x2 + 7x + 5 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 5x5 + 7x4 + 7x3 + 5x2 + 5x + 7 5x5 + 7x4 + 5x3 + 5x2 + 7x + 5 5x6 + 7x5 + 5x4 + 5x3 + 7x2 + 5x 7x7 + 5x6 + 7x5 + 5x4 + 5x3 + 7x2 + 5x None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 15.9. Identify +5x3 + 7x2 + 5x + 4 +2x4 + x3 + 7x2 + 5x

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 2x3 + 6x2 + 14x + 10 + 4x−1 2x3 + 4x2 + 10x + 4 +2x4 + 6x3 + 14x2 + 10x + 4 −2x4 + 4x3 + 4x None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

109 Exercise 15.10. Identify −5x4 − 2x3 + 5x2 + 4x −4x3 − x2 + 6x + 5

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result −5x4 − 6x3 + 4x2 + 10x + 5 −5x4 + 2x3 + 6x2 + 10x + 5 −5x4 + 2x3 + 6x2 − 2x − 5 −5x4 − 6x3 + 6x2 + 10x − 5 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 15.11. Identify 5x4 + 7x3 + 3x2 + 4x − 2x5 + x4 + 7x3 + 5x2 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 2x5 + 6x4 + 14x3 + 8x2 + 4x −2x5 + 4x4 − 2x2 + 4x 2x6 + 4x5 + 14x4 − 2x3 + 4x2 2x7 + 4x6 + 14x5 − 4x4 + 4x3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 15.12. Identify 5h2 − 7h3 + 3h4 − 4h5 − − 2h3 − h4 + 7h5 + 5h6

110 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result −2h3 + 4h4 + 8h6 − 4h7 −2h3 + 6h4 − 4h5 − 4h6 −2h3 + 6h4 − 2h6 − 4h7 2h3 + 6h4 − 14h5 − 2h6 − 4h7 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

111

**Math 017 Homework 16
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Exercise 16.1. Identify 5x4 + 3x2 + 4x 2x3 + 7x

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 10x7 + 41x6 + 29x5 + 28x4 10x7 + 41x6 + 8x5 + 21x4 + 28x3 10x7 + 41x5 + 8x4 + 21x3 + 28x2 10x7 + 6x6 + 8x5 + 35x4 + 21x3 + 28x2 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 16.2. Identify 2x4 − 3x3 + 4x −2x3 + 7x

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. −4x7 + 6x6 + 14x5 − 29x4 + 28x2 b. −4x7 + 20x6 − 29x5 + 28x4 c. 10x7 − 15x6 + 20x5

112 d. −4x7 + 20x6 − 29x5 + 28x4 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 16.3. Identify 2x2 − 3x + 4x−1 −2x + 7x−1

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result −4x3 + 6x2 + 14x − 29 + 28x−2 −4x3 + 20x2 − 29x + 28 10x3 − 15x2 + 20x −4x3 + 20x2 − 29x + 28 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 16.4. Identify 5h−2 + 3 + 4h 2h + 7h3

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 10 + 41h + 29h2 + 28h3 10h−1 + 41 + 8h + 21h2 + 28h3 10h−1 + 41h + 8h2 + 21h3 + 28h4 10 + 6h + 8h2 + 35h3 + 21h4 + 28h5 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

113 Exercise 16.5. Identify 5h2 + 3h4 + 4h5 2h3 + 7h5

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 10h5 + 41h6 + 29h7 + 28h8 10h5 + 41h6 + 8h7 + 21h8 + 28h9 10h5 + 41h7 + 8h8 + 21h9 + 28h10 10h5 + 6h6 + 8h7 + 35h8 + 21h9 + 28h10 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 16.6. Identify 5h2 + 3h4 + 4h5 2h3 + 7h5

i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 10h5 + 41h6 + 29h7 + 28h8 10h5 + 41h6 + 8h7 + 21h8 + 28h9 10h5 + 41h7 + 8h8 + 21h9 + 28h10 10h5 + 6h6 + 8h7 + 35h8 + 21h9 + 28h10 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

114

115

**Math 017 Homework 17
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Exercise 17.1. Identify (+13 + h)2 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result +169 + h2 +169 + 13h + h2 +169 + 26h + h2 +13 + h + h2 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 17.2. Identify (−15 + h)2 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. −225 + 15h + h2

116 b. c. d. e. +225 + 15h + h2 −225 + 30h + h2 +225 − 30h + h2 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 17.3. Identify the constant approximation of (+11 + h)2 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 100 + (...) b. 11 + (...) c. 22 + (...) d. 121 + (...) e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 17.4. Identify the aﬃne approximation of (+12 + h)2 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. +12 + h + (...) b. +144 + 12h + (...) c. +144 + 24h + (...) d. +144 + h + (...) e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 17.5. Use the addition formula to compute 100.012 exactly i. Explain how you are getting your result:

117 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 10, 001 b. 10, 002.0001 c. 10, 002.01 d. 10, 000.01 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 17.6. Use the addition formula to compute 99.992 exactly i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 9, 997.9999 b. 9, 999.01 c. 9, 998.0001 d. 9, 999.0001 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 17.7. Identify (+7 + h)3 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 343 + h3 343 + 21h + h3 343 + 147h + h3 343 + 147h + 21h2 + h3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

118 Exercise 17.8. Identify (−8 + h)3 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. b. c. d. e. +512 + 192h + 24h2 + h3 +512 − 192h + 24h2 + h3 −512 − 1292h − 24h2 + h3 +512 − 192 + 24h2 − h3 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 17.9. Identify the constant approximation of (−11 + h)3 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 1331 + (...) b. −1331 + (...) c. +121 + (...) d. −121 + h3 + (...) e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 17.10. Identify the aﬃne approximation of (+14 + h)3 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

119 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result 2744 + (...) −2744 + (...) +2744 − 589h + (...) −2744 + 589h + (...) None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

a. b. c. d. e.

Exercise 17.11. Identify the quadratic approximation of (−13 + h)3 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result +2197 + 507h − 39h2 + (...) −2197 − 507h − 39h2 + (...) −2197 + 507h − 39h2 + (...) −2197 − 507h + 39h2 + (...) None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 17.12. Use the addition formula to compute 100.013 exactly i. Explain how you are getting your result:

120 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 1, 000, 300.0001001 b. 1, 000, 300.000301 c. 1, 000, 300.030001 d. 1, 000, 000.000001 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 17.13. Use the addition formula to compute 99.993 exactly i. Explain how you are getting your result:

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 999999.999999 b. 999100.001999 c. 999099.099001 d. 999700.029999 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 17.14. Identify the constant approximation of (−16 + h)7 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result (+16)7 + (...) (−16)7 + (...) +16, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000 + h + (...) −16, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000 + h0 + (...) None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

121 Exercise 17.15. Identify the aﬃne approximation of (+22 + h)6 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result (+22)6 + 6(+22)5 + (...) (+22)6 + (+22)5 h + (...) (+22)6 + 6(+22)5 h + (...) +6(+22)5 h + (...) None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

Exercise 17.16. Identify the quadratic approximation of (−18 + h)9 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result (−18)9 + 9(−18)8 + 8(−18)7 + (...) (−18)9 + (−18)8 h2 + (...) (−18)9 + 9(−18)8 h + (...) (−18)9 + 9(−18)8 h + 36(−18)7 h2 + (...) None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

122

123

**Math 017 Homework 18
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[310 - Run: 12/30/2007 16:25] ————————————————————————————————— −6x3 − 17x2 + 23x + 6 −3x + 2 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

Exercise 18.1. Identify the quotient of

− 3x + 2 − 6x3 − 17x2 + 23x + 6

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. 12 b. +2x2 + 7x − 3 c. −2x2 + 4x − 5 d. +2x2 − 4x + 4 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. −6x4 − 2x3 + 11x2 − 16x + 18 Exercise 18.2. Approximate with a quadratic −3x2 + 2x − 4 polynomial i. Explain how you are getting your result: − 3x2 + 2x − 4 − 6x4 − 2x3 + 11x2 − 16x + 18

124 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result a. −2x2 − 2x + 3 c. −2x2 + 4x − 3 b. +2x2 + 2x − 5 d. +2x2 − 2x + 5

e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 18.3. Identify the remainder of −6x3 + 19x2 − 18x − 3 2x − 5 i. Explain how you are getting your result:

2x − 5 − 6x3 + 19x2 − 18x − 3

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result b. +2x + 7 c. +17 d. −23 e. None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. Exercise 18.4. Approximate mial 6x3 + 18x2 − 15x + 2 with an aﬃne polyno−3x2 − 4 a. −4x + 4

i. Explain how you are getting your result: − 3x2 − 4 6x3 + 18x2 − 15x + 2

125 ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result −23x − 22 −2x2 + 3x − 5 +2x2 − 3 −2x − 6 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid. 10x5 − 25x3 − 8x2 + 13 5x3 − 4 i. Explain how you are getting your result: 10x5 − 25x3 − 8x2 + 13

a. b. c. d. e.

Exercise 18.5. Identify the remainder of

5x3 − 4

a. b. c. d. e.

ii. Circle which of the following corresponds to your result +2x2 − 5 −7 −2x − 3 +2 None of the preceding iii. Check the corresponding box on the answer grid.

126

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