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Unformatted text preview: Raymond Milek SID#0483682 11/3/2011 MAT105 Section # 5.5, 6.16.3, 6.7, 6.10 Thomas Edison State College October, 2011 Semester Written Assignment 3 Section 5.5 58. Use the distributive property to multiply. Then, if possible, simplify the resulting expression. 1( a + b ) 1(a + b) (1a) + (1b) Answer:1a + 1b =1a + 1b 62. Use the distributive property to multiply. Then, if possible, simplify the resulting expression. 1 24 3 8 x 1 24 3 8 x (24x/3)  (241/8) Answer: 8x3 24x/3  24/8 8x  3 Section 6.1 12. Evaluate the expression for the given value(s) of the variable(s). 2 , 3 x x = (3 2 )(33=9) Answer:9(9)=9 20. Evaluate the expression for the given value(s) of the variable(s). 2 7 5 11, 1 x x x + =  7(1 2 )+(51)11= Answer:9 (71)+511= (7+5)11= 211=9 30. Determine whether the value(s) is (are) a solution to the equation . 6 7 31, 4 x x =  =  (64)7=31247=31 Answer: Yes 42. Cost of a Tour The cost, in dollars, for Crescent City Tours to provide a tour for x people can be determined by the expression 220 + 2.75 x . Determine the cost for Crescent City Tours ....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course MAT 105 taught by Professor Dilling during the Spring '12 term at Thomas Edison State.
 Spring '12
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 Math, The Distributive Property

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