Week Six Wednesday Problems

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Week Six Wednesday Problems Each problem you post is worth 4 points (max 20 points). Post all five in the same post-- due Wednesday. The last 5 points you earn by reviewing at least one other student's answers. Post review by Sunday. 1. Assume p can represent any real number. Use absolute value as needed. 49 14 2 + - p p 2. Evaluate: 6 1000000 3. Solve: 6 3 2 = - + r 4. Multiply: Give exact answer: ) 1 7 8 )( 1 7 ( + + 5. What is a 20-inch TV set? It has a diagonal that measures 20 inches. A 10-inch TV set has a width of 8 inches. What is its length? 6. In a right triangle, find the length of the side not given. One leg is 8 ft and the other leg is 10 ft. What is the hypotenuse? 7. Formula L s 5 2 = used to approximate the speed (s) of a car that skids L ft. How far will a car skid at 60 mph? 8. Solve: 4 8 4 = - p 9. Multiply:
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Unformatted text preview: ) 3 11 ( 10-10. Add. Assume all expressions under radicals are non-negative. 3 8 9 2 a a + 11. Add. Simplify. 80 3 125 12 + 12. Add. . Simplify. Assume all expressions under radicals are non-negative. k k 4 5 + 13. Simplify. Assume all variables are positive. 2 4 t r 14. Divide and simplify: 3 3 3 24 15. Multiply: 3 3 9 * 3 16. Multiply and simplify: assume all expressions under radicals are non-negative. 14 16 15 27 * 45 y x y x 17. Simplify by factoring. : assume all expressions under radicals are non-negative. y x 2 75 18. Use rational exponents to express: 4 16 a 19. Use rational exponents to express: 2 4 5 * 2 20. Find the following, assuming that x and y can represent any real numbers. 440 440 ) ( y x +...
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