1113M_Turn-In_02.pdf - MATH 1113M Turn-In Homework#2(Ch P Ch 1 Sect 2.1-2.5 Fall Semester 2019(Due by start of class Friday Name Show your work and

1113M_Turn-In_02.pdf - MATH 1113M Turn-In Homework#2(Ch P...

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Math 1113 page 1 Turn-In Homework #2 MATH 1113M Turn-In Homework #2 (Ch. P, Ch. 1, & Sect. 2.1-2.5) Fall Semester, 2019 (Due by start of class Friday, August 23, 2019) Name _________________________________ Show your work, and place your answers in the box provided. You MUST include equals signs where appropriate, using the textbook Example Problems as a model. You will lose points if you either omit needed equals signs or put them in where they are not appropriate. 1.) Simplify the following algebraic expressions: a. 4(5? − 3) − 2(3? − 2) . b. (2? 2 + 2? − 3) − (? 2 − ? + 2) 2.) Perform the following addition, and simplify if possible; 3√24 3 + √81 3 3.) Write the expression in standard form ? + ?𝑖 . 2 + 𝑖 2 − 𝑖
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Math 1113 page 2 Turn-In Homework #2 4.) Simplify the following rational expression. Make sure you show all the steps, and use equals signs between steps as shown in the textbook examples (especially example 8). You may assume that ? ≠ −6, −5, 3 . 6 ? 2 + 2? − 15 1 ? − 3 1 ? + 5 + 1 5.) Solve the following absolute value inequality. Write your answer in set-builder notation or interval notation.
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