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Checkpoint chapter 9 week 8 due day 6

# Checkpoint chapter 9 week 8 due day 6 - 54 Statistics The...

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Checkpoint chapter 9 week 8 due day 6 Section 9.1 16.) Place the set in ascending order: The same set in with denominator Now we can easily order it: And then simplify: 32.) Evaluate: |4| + |–3| 44.) Evaluate: |–9| – |–4| Section 9.2 40.) Add: 7 + (–9) + (–5) + 6 48.) Add: 1/3+(-5/6)+(-1/2)=1/3+(-5/6)+(-1/2)=2/6-5/6-3/6=-6/6=-1

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58.) Evaluate: |–27 + 14| 66.) True or False: |–8| + |3| = |–8 + 3| =false 72.) Business and finance. Jean deposited a check for \$625, wrote two for \$68.74 and \$29.95 and used her debit card to pay for a purchase of \$57.65. How has her account balance changed? The net change is +\$468.66 Section 9.3 44.) Subtract -1/2- (5/8) = -1/2-(-5/8)=-4/8=5/8=1/8 48.) Subtract –3.4 – (–7.6) =

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Unformatted text preview: 54.) Statistics. The lowest temperature ever recorded in the state of Oregon was – 54°F (in Seneca, on February 10, 1933). The state’s record high temperature occurred in Pendleton on August 10, 1898, when it reached 119°F. What is the historical temperature range in the state of Oregon? Section 9.4 70.) Evaluate: (–3)(–6) + (4)(–2) = 80.) Evaluate: (–3) 3 – (–8)(–2) = 82.) Evaluate: (–6) 2 – 4 2 = 88.) Evaluate: –9 2 – (–6) 2 = Section 9.5 32.) Evaluate: = 58.) Evaluate. Remember to use the order of operations. Leave in fraction form reduced to lowest terms. = 60.) Evaluate. Remember to use the order of operations. Leave in fraction form reduced to lowest terms. =...
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