Algebra for college students by Margaret L. Lial, John Hornsby, Terry McGinnis

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By Margaret L. Lial, John Hornsby, Terry McGinnis

Is there something extra attractive than an “A” in Algebra? to not the Lial staff! Marge Lial, John Hornsby, and Terry McGinnis write their textbooks and accompanying assets with one aim in brain: giving scholars and lecturers the entire instruments they should be successful.

 

With this revision of the Lial Developmental Algebra sequence, the group has extra sophisticated the presentation and workouts during the textual content. they provide numerous intriguing new assets for college kids and lecturers that might supply additional aid whilst wanted, whatever the studying setting (traditional, lab-based, hybrid, online)—new examine talents actions within the textual content, an up-to-date and improved Lial Video Library (available in MyMathLab), and a brand new accompanying Lial Video Library Workbook (available in MyMathLab).

 

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Similarly, the term cubed comes from the figure of a cube, where the length, width, and height have the same measure, as shown in FIGURE 17(b) . 3 25 6 3 6 3 6 (a) 3 # 3 = 3 squared, or 32 # (b) 6 6 # 6 = 6 cubed, or 63 FIGURE 17 NOW TRY EXERCISE 2 EXAMPLE 2 Evaluate. (a) 72 (b) 1- 722 2 (c) - 7 Evaluate. (a) 52 = 5 # 5 = 25 52 means 5 2 3 2 (b) a b = 3 3 (c) 2 6 = 2 (d) 1- 325 (f ) - 26 Evaluating Exponential Expressions 5 is used as a factor 2 times. # 5, NOT 5 # 2. # 2 3 # 2 8 = 3 27 #2#2#2#2# 2 3 is used as a factor 3 times.

2 77 a- b 11 4 72. 12 Divide where possible. See Example 7. 73. - 14 2 74. - 39 13 75. - 24 -4 76. - 45 -9 77. 100 - 25 78. 150 - 30 79. 0 -8 80. 0 - 14 81. 5 0 82. 13 0 10 12 83. , a- b 17 5 87. 2 22 33 84. , a- b 23 5 88. 2 12 13 85. 4 3 89. 01 7 6 86. 1 30 90. 06 22 CHAPTER 1 Review of the Real Number System Exercises 91–116 provide more practice on operations with fractions and decimals. Perform the indicated operations. 91. 1 7 - a- b 6 9 92. 7 1 - a- b 10 6 93. - 1 7 + 9 12 11 4 15 9 94.

Round answers to the nearest cent. (b) How has the average price of a theater ticket in the United States changed from 1977 to 2007? 4 Properties of Real Numbers OBJECTIVES 1 2 3 4 5 The basic properties of real numbers studied in this section reflect results that occur consistently in work with numbers. They have been generalized to apply to expressions with variables as well. Use the distributive property. Use the identity properties. Use the inverse properties. Use the distributive property.

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