Question 1.Question :When looking at the example in the video, Example 88,Removing Parentheses: Distribute Twice and Combine LikeTerms, which is located in the media section of Chapter 1, the presenter states that the –3 is distributed, rather than a positive 3, to each term inside the parentheses next to it.Student Answer:TrueFalse

Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 2.Question :In the video, Example 18,Add Two Signed Numbers—NegativeNumber First, which is located in the media section of Chapter 1, the presenter explains that the result is positive because the larger number in the problem is positive. We take the sign of the larger number.

Points Received:0 of 1Comments:Question 3.Question :The examples in the slideshow, Division by Zero, which is

located in the media section of Chapter 1, show that any number divided by zero, such as –12/0 is precisely stated in mathematics as:

Points Received:0 of 1Comments:Question 4.Question :When looking at the examples in the slideshow, Division by Zero, which is located in the media section of Chapter 1, the difference between and answer of zero and an “undefined” expression is described.

Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 5.Question :When looking at the problem given in the video, Example 31,Evaluate an exponential expression, which is located in themedia section of Chapter 1, the presenter states, “The exponent of 4 has power over only the 5 inside the parentheses.”Student Answer:TrueFalse

Points Received:0 of 1

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