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Unformatted text preview: «saoeooeoeeorn 'I'll'sQuEtinn: 1 pt 'I'lI's'l'Et: 24 p15 ﬂn‘l'24 complete Multiply and simplify. Assume that all expressions under the radicals represent nonnegative
numbers. ﬁx! 15x Cheese the correct product. CW Sxﬁ O E' “E
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Write an equivalent expression using radical :
notation. ﬁgs 4 = D
3 (Simplify your answer. Type an integer.)
(525 I “10090000006 1"” ﬂisQuEtinn: 1 pt ﬂisTEt: 24 p13 Simplify by taking roots of the numerator and the denominator. ' 21s
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Solve.
y + 3  1 = 5 Select the correct choice below and, if neeessary= ﬁll in the answer box to complete your
choice.
C”) The sohllionisy=:. {Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction. Use a comma to separate answers
as needed.) DE. The sohllion is not a real number. “100009900043?” 'I1Ii5 Qulﬁtinn: 1 pt 'I1Ii5 TEt: 24 p13
Mtﬂtiply.
(aﬁ—sﬁj(sﬁﬁsﬁ) (ﬂﬁﬁﬁxﬁﬁ+15ﬁ)=l:l {Simplify your answer. Type an exact answer, using radicals as needed.) “10000000090 1"” This Question: 1 pt This TEII: 24 p13 “Inf 2‘! cumplete
Use the laws of exponents to simplify. i
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i E 3 {Simplify your answer. Type exponential 10 5 notation with rational exponents.) “1090000000 1"” ﬂisQuEtinn:1pt 11i5TEt:E4113 “of! Select the correct choice below and ﬁll in an}.r answer boxes within your choice. 0* W = E
(Type an integer or a decimal.)
O B. The root is not a real number. “100000009043 1"” 'I'lisQuEtinn: 1 pt “isTlst: 24 p13 s 4
Use rational exponents to write “ll?  El? as a single radical expression. Choose the correct expression. 4
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320 0': W 00' 4113211} “40000000096 1"» This lQuﬁtjunn: 1 pt "this TEIZ: 24 p15 Illnf 14 curr In the right triangle: ﬁnd the length ofthe side not given. lGive an exact answer and an
approximation to three decimal places. it; a
l: 41:11 l}=l.2 1What is the exact value ofc? E
{Type an exact answer= using radicals as needed.) "What is the value of c approximated to 3 decimal places? :
{Round to the nearest thousandth.) {Hooooeeoeoe 1”} This Question: 1 pt This TEII: 24 p13 1} of 14 cumplete i Television sets. What does it mean to refer to a 20—h]. TV set or a 25—in TV set? Such units
refer to the diagonal of the screen. A 25—in TV set also has a width ofﬂﬂ inches. What is its
height? wtm is the height ofa 25—h TV? D inches 44*0@@@@@0@@@ 1"» This QIIEEIIII: 1 pt 111is Tat: 24 p15 Subtract. Simplify by collecting like radical terms if possible. zﬁ—sﬁ
aﬁ—2E=D {Simplif},r your answer. Type an exact answer, using radicals as needed.) ﬁs0®®®®®®®® 1*” 'I1'Ii5QuEtinn: 1 pt 'I1'Iis'l'l5t: 24 pt: 110*"le campI Simplifyr by factoring. Assume that all Expressions under radicals represent noimegative
numbers. 343215
Swisst5 =D (Type an exact answer, using radicals as needed.) ***0@@@@0@@@ 1"” ﬂisQuEtinn: 1 pt ﬂisTEt: 24 p13 ﬂn‘l'24 complete E Find the following. Assume that x can represent an}.r real number. Use absolute value notation
when necessary. Vial141+49
‘ixz141+49 =D ﬁsOﬁﬁﬁﬁﬁﬁﬁ ﬂisﬂuatinn: 1 pt ﬂisTEt: 24 pt: (ﬁﬁﬁxﬁ—sﬁ)
(ﬁuﬁxiﬁ—sﬁrﬂ (Type an exact answer= using radicals as needed.) ***0@@@@@@@@ This Question: 1 pt This Tat: 24 pt: MlJltlply and sirrrplif}r by factoring.
4«.II'10,000  ‘1." 100,000
“«.I'10,000  ‘1." 100,000 = E (Type an exact answer= using radicals as needed.) “*0@@@@@@@@@ 1"” This Question: 1 pt This Tat: 24 p13
Multiply.
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ﬁ(ﬂﬁ5ﬁ)=l:l {Simplify yeur answer. Type an exact answer, using radicals as needed.) “*0@@@@@@@@@ 1*” This Question: 1 pt This Test: 24 p15 Illan 24 camplate E Solve. 3
553+? +2=4 Select the correct ch0ice belew and, ifl‘necessarjyr= ﬁll in the answer hex t0 complete 30m
ch0ice. Oﬁ The s0hrti0n isa= {Simplifyl yeur answer. Type an integer or a fraction. Use a c0mma to separate answers
as needed.) {3 B. The s0hrt2i0n is not a real number. “*0@@@@@0@@@ 1"” This Question: 1 pt This TEII: 24 p13 1} of 14 cumplete E The formula r = 21' SL can be used to approximate the speed r, in miles per hour, of a car that
has left skid marks oflength L, in feet. How far will a car skid at St} mph? Thecarwillskidljfeet. ***0@@@@@@@@@ 1"” This QuEtinn: 1 pt: This TEE: 24 p13 Rewrite with rational exponents. (1,! 5m )5 = D {Simplify[ your answer.) (*1 Sum )5 “*0@@@@@0@®@*H This Question: 1 pt 111is TEIZ: 24 p15 Illnf 24 camplet Suhtract. Simplify by collecting like radical terms ifpossible, assuming that all expressions
under radicals represent non—negative numbers. "WE—Sim“
mitt 10x4 =D {Simplif}r your answer. Type an exact answer, using radicals as needed.) «49@@@ 1.» Tl'liSQIJEtIIII'I: 1 pt This TEII: 24 Divide. Then siran by taking rents, ifpessible. This Qulstinn: 1 pt 111is Test: 24 p15 Add or subtact. Simpliﬁ' by cellecﬁng like radical terms, ifpessible. aﬁ—sﬁwﬁ
ﬁﬁ—sﬁ+?ﬁ=ﬂ {Simplif}r your answer. Type an exact answer, using radicals as needed.) 21 22 23 24 f—
TI'Iis Question: 1 pt TI'Iis Test: 24 pts D of 24 comple Find the following. Select the correct choice below and, if necessary. ﬁll in the answer box to complete your
choice. ﬁg 214' ( 5): = [I (Simplify your answer.) :' ': E. The root is not a real number. 21 22 23 24 ’—
TI'Iis Question: 1 pt 111is Test: 24 pts 0 ef14 compl L'se rational exponents to simplify. 1iWrite the The angwer i5 answer in radical notation, if possible. H4
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answer. using radicals as needed.) ...
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