ch. 4 MAT 117 - 1.2 32 (3x+3y-5)(3x+4y+5) 1.2 Section 4.8...

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NAME YOUR ANSWERS IN THIS COLUMN POINTS Section 4.1 pp. 353-355 14, 42, 60, 62 14 GCF =6a^2b^2 1.2 42 2st(2+3-7t) 1.2 60 zy 1.2 62 x(3x+5);3x+5 1.2 Section 4.2 pp. 363-365 28, 56, 66 28 (x+4)(x-15) 1.2 56 2a(a-2)(a-24b) 1.2 66 1,2,3,4………. Not sure on this one? 1.2 Section 4.3 pp. 373-374 52, 70 52 2(7x-3)(x-1) 1.2 70 -1(35-2)(5+4) 1.2 Section 4.4 pp. 379-381 24, 48, 54, 60, 64 24 (5x-9y)(5x+9y) 1.2 48 Not a perfect square 1.2 54 (4x+5y)^2 1.2 60 could not figure out tried and tried and gave up. 1.2 64 K=49 1.2 Section 4.5 p. 384 8, 16 8 (x-4)(x^2+2 1.2 16 (a^2+b^2)(3a+2b) 1.2 Section 4.6 pp. 394-397 22, 24, 68, 100 22 m=5 n=-3 1.2 24 Not Factorable 1.2 68 (4w)(3w+4) 1.2 100 (2z)(2z^2-10z) Section 4.7 pp. 402-403 8, 28, 32 8 Grouping (p-3q)(z+q) 1.2 28 Factoring Difference of squares (m^2-3n^2)(m^2+3n^2)
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Unformatted text preview: 1.2 32 (3x+3y-5)(3x+4y+5) 1.2 Section 4.8 pp. 408-409 24, 48 24 x=6 or x-1/2 1.2 48 could not figure out tried and tried and gave up. 1.2 1.2 1.2 30.0 Select one challenge, writing, or group exercise from any of the end-of-section exercises in Ch. 4. If you choose a group exercise, find a partner and work on the problem together in the Chat Room forum. Compose a note explaining how you arrived at the solution. What difficulties (if any) did you encounter? Submit your answer(s) to your Individual forum Post your response to this question to your Individual forum: Which of the Ch. 4 text exercises (or practice exercises on MathZone) did you find the most challenging and why?...
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