Ch. 3 MAT 117 - If you choose a group exercise, find a...

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Name Rebecca Lanham YOUR ANSWERS IN THIS COLUMN Section 3.1 pp. 281-285 30, 72, 86, 108 possible pts 30 4^5 1 72 18 1 86 (3x^3)(y^2)(z^4) 1 108 .11 cents 1 Section 3.2 pp. 294-296 54, 78, 82, 86 54 x^4 1 78 4^11 1 82 Couldn't figure this one out 1 86 5274^14 1 Section 3.3 pp. 303-305 16, 24, 38, 50, 56, 62 16 -2b^3-3b+5b^2 1 24 10d + 7c 1 38 3x + x^2 1 50 8x^-4x-10 1 56 -2x^2+9 1 62 12x + 4 1 Section 3.4 pp. 313-316 24, 30, 62, 66, 72, 78, 88 24 16pq^2-3p+5q 1 30 x^2-109 1 62 m4-20mn-6n4 1 66 8r^2+6rs-27s^2 1 72 -35w 1 78 did not understand 1 88 x=p+100/2x 1 Section 3.5 pp. 321-323 16, 18, 36, 42, 52 16 49p^2+84pq+36q^2 1 18 w^2-1/4w-1/16^2 1 36 a^3-25a 1 42 (x+5)^2 1 52 6x-4 1 Section 3.6 pp. 331-332 18, 24, 18 x^2y^2-3xy+2 1 24 2x^2-x+3x/4x+1 1 part 1 Select one challenge, writing, or group exercise from any of the end-of-section exercises 1 in Ch. 3. Set up a thread in the Chat Room to discuss this exercise with your classmates.
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Unformatted text preview: If you choose a group exercise, find a partner and work on the problem together in the Chat Room forum. Submit your final answer(s) to your Individual forum. After you have posted your answers, discuss with your classmates in the Chat Room how you arrived at the solution. Did anyone else choose the same exercise and come up with a different result? part 2 Post your response to this question to your Individual forum: Which of the Ch. 3 text 1 exercises (or practice exercises on MathZone) did you find the most challenging and why? Total Points 30 It would not let me put the negative sign at the beginning of the problem it kept telling me that formula was wrong....
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course MAT 117 taught by Professor Al-kofahi during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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