By Raymond A.;Ziegler, Michael R.;Byleen, K Barnet

ISBN-10: 0077350162

ISBN-13: 9780077350161

The Barnett/Ziegler/Byleen/Sobecki collage Algebra sequence is designed to offer scholars a pretty good grounding in pre-calculus subject matters in a simple demeanour. The sequence emphasizes computational talents, rules, and challenge fixing instead of idea. Explore/Discuss bins built-in all through every one textual content motivate scholars to imagine seriously approximately mathematical recommendations. All labored examples are through Matched difficulties that strengthen the recommendations being taught. New to those variants, know-how Connections illustrate how ideas that have been formerly defined in an algebraic context can also be solved utilizing a graphing calculator. scholars are regularly proven the underlying algebraic equipment first so they don't develop into calculator-dependent. moreover, each one textual content within the sequence includes an abundance of routines - together with a variety of calculator-based and reasoning and writing workouts - and a wide selection of real-world purposes illustrating how math turns out to be useful.

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3z2 Ϫ 28z ϩ 48 55. 2x4 Ϫ 24x3 ϩ 40x2 56. 16x2y Ϫ 8xy ϩ y 57. 6m2 Ϫ mn Ϫ 12n2 58. 4u3v Ϫ uv3 59. 3m3 Ϫ 6m2 ϩ 15m 60. 2x3 Ϫ 2x2 ϩ 8x 61. m3 ϩ n3 62. 8x3 Ϫ 125 Problems 63–68 are calculus-related. Perform the indicated operations and simplify. 63. 3(x ϩ h) Ϫ 7 Ϫ (3x Ϫ 7) 64. (x ϩ h)2 Ϫ x2 75. (a Ϫ b)2 Ϫ 4(c Ϫ d )2 77. 2am Ϫ 3an ϩ 2bm Ϫ 3bn 37. (2x2 Ϫ 3x ϩ 1)(x2 ϩ x Ϫ 2) 2 2 74. 3x4(x Ϫ 7)2 ϩ 4x3(x Ϫ 7)3 76. (x ϩ 2)2 ϩ 9 36. m Ϫ 5m Ϫ 3m Ϫ (m Ϫ 1)4 6 41. (2m Ϫ n) 73. 5x4(9 Ϫ x)4 Ϫ 4x5(9 Ϫ x)3 In Problems 75–86, factor completely, relative to the integers.

An)m ϭ amn 3. (ab)m ϭ ambm a m am 4. a b ϭ m b b (a3)؊2 ؍a(؊2)3 ͭ amϪn a 1 5. † SOLUTIONS 6xϪ2 8xϪ5 (A) (3a5)(2aϪ3) (B) (C) Ϫ4y3 Ϫ (Ϫ4y)3 (D) (2aϪ3b2)Ϫ2 (A) (3a5)(2aϪ3) (B) 6xϪ2 8xϪ5 ϭ ϭ (3 ؒ 2)(a5aϪ3) 3xϪ2Ϫ(Ϫ5) 4 ϭ ϭ 6a2 3x3 4 *Throughout the book, dashed boxes—called think boxes—are used to represent steps that may be performed mentally. † By “simplify” we mean eliminate common factors from numerators and denominators and reduce to a minimum the number of times a given constant or variable appears in an expression.

A) Ϫ3 Ϫ 313 (B) xϪy R-2 (F) 0 Exercises All variables represent positive real numbers and are restricted to prevent division by 0. In Problems 1–14, evaluate each expression. If the answer is not an integer, write it in fraction form. 1 8 1. 37 2. 56 3. a b 2 3 3 4. a b 5. 6Ϫ3 6. 2Ϫ6 5 7. (Ϫ5)4 8. (Ϫ4)5 10. (Ϫ7)Ϫ2 11. Ϫ7Ϫ2 1 0 13. a b 3 14. a 1 Ϫ1 b 10 9. (Ϫ3)Ϫ1 12. qxd 20 7/14/09 8:33 PM CHAPTER R Page 20 BASIC ALGEBRAIC OPERATIONS In Problems 15–20, write the numbers in scientific notation. 15.

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