Hw 2 - HW 2(R6-R7 1.1 and 1.2 Math 1325 Spring 2010 Calculus with Applications I Due on 1/27 Name Instructions Please solve the following problems

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Unformatted text preview: HW 2 (R6-R7, 1.1, and 1.2) Math 1325 Spring 2010 Calculus with Applications I Due on: 1/27 Name Instructions: Please solve the following problems . If necessary, come to me for help during my o¢ ce hours. 1. Find values of the following numerical expressions. Express your answer in the lowest terms. Answers using decimals are not going to be accepted. & ( ¡ 27) 1 3 = & p 8 3 = & & 6 p 5 ¡ 3 = & & 3 p 27 ¡ 2 = & 7 1 4 ¢ 7 & 3 4 = & ( ¡ 125) & 1 3 = & (8 ¢ 64) 2 3 = & ¢ 2 3 27 £ 1 3 = 1 & & 49 81 ¡ & 1 2 = & 12 1 4 12 3 4 = 2. Perform the following operations and express your answer in the simplest form. Assume that all variables are positive. & p 50 x 3 = & 4 p x 3 ¡ 3 p x 4 = & p 40 x 4 3 p & x 3 = & 3 p ¢ 54 x 9 y 3 = & 3 p 9 x ¡ 3 p 3 x 2 = & 3 q x 6 250 = 3. Simplify each expression. Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers. Write answers with only positive exponents....
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Hw 2 - HW 2(R6-R7 1.1 and 1.2 Math 1325 Spring 2010 Calculus with Applications I Due on 1/27 Name Instructions Please solve the following problems

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