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Unformatted text preview: 41 Factors and MonomialsObjective: Determine whether one number is a factor of another.5Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 95Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 9125Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 92.2x = 165Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 92.2x = 1685Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 92.2x = 163.12 = x/65Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 92.2x = 163.12 = x/6725Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 92.2x = 163.12 = x/64.5 + x > 25Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 92.2x = 163.12 = x/64.5 + x > 2x > 75Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 92.2x = 163.12 = x/64.5 + x > 25.24 ≤6x5Minute CheckSolve. Check each solution.1.x – 3 = 92.2x = 163.12 = x/64.5 + x > 25.24 ≤6xx ≥441 Factors and MonomialsA number is divisible by 2 if the ones digit is divisible by 2....
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course MATH 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at BYU.
 Fall '08
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 Algebra, Factors, PreAlgebra

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