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Unformatted text preview: Do not be late for your test. Remember the makeup policy: NO MAKE UPS! 2 Example: Evaluate =+) 42 ( 25 =) 41 ( 50 =) 20 ( 12 =) 41 ( 5 = Ã· +8 40 5 2 = Ã· +8 40 ) 5 ( 2 =+ â‹… Ã· ) 4 2 ( 5 10 40 2 3 Example: Simplify = 80 48 = â‹… 20 7 16 60 =â‹… 8 5 50 24 = 10 7 15 2 =  5 4 7 2 Example: Simplify = 90 = 84 4 Example: Evaluate = + 9 2 6 1 =+ 40 1 8 5 10 2 Example: Simplify (no negative exponents in your answer!) ( 29 = 4 3 2 2 y x ( 29 =2 4 4 y x = 3 12 8 10 z w z w 5 = 12 6 5 10 a b b a Example: Solve for x: 4 12 11 x= Example: Solve for x: 10 1 15 2 4=x 6 Example: Solve for x: 5 12 1 5 + â‰¤x x Example: Solve for x: 2 7 4 2 + â‰¥x x 7 Example: Solve for x: 15 4 = + x Example: Solve for x: 2 7 5 x=...
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course MATH 1300 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston.
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