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Unformatted text preview: 13 Variables and ExpressionsObjective: Evaluate expressions containing variables and translate verbal phrases into algebraic expressions.Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷7Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷748Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷72. 36 ÷9 * 3Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷72. 36 ÷9 * 312Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷72. 36 ÷9 * 33. (40 * 2)  (6 * 11)Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷72. 36 ÷9 * 33. (40 * 2)  (6 * 11)14Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷72. 36 ÷9 * 33. (40 * 2)  (6 * 11)4.37 + 3830  5Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷72. 36 ÷9 * 33. (40 * 2)  (6 * 11)4.37 + 38330  5Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷72. 36 ÷9 * 33. (40 * 2)  (6 * 11)4.37 + 3830  55. 3[(18  3) + 4(5 + 7)]Find the value of each expression.1. 54 – 42 ÷72. 36 ÷9 * 33. (40 * 2)  (6 * 11)4.37 + 3830  55. 3[(18  3) + 4(5 + 7)]189Find the value of each expression....
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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, PreAlgebra

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