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Unit4:RationalExpressionsandEquations
AssignmentBooklet4
Name: < >
Date: < >
Unit 4: Rational Expressions and Equations
Unit Assignment
Read the course material and complete the practice questions in the Unit 4 Rational Expressions and
Equations Guide for
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You need to use the probability
formula. Not sure exactly what
is going on here?
Probability = Favorable / Possible
You have written the correct answer
here, but no idea where this came
from? Makes no sense.
Probability = Favorable / Possible
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Unit4:RationalExpressionsandEquations
AssignmentBooklet4
Name: < Kiran Farooq>
Date: < 30 November 2016 >
Unit 4: Rational Expressions and Equations
Unit Assignment
Read the course material and complete the practice questions in the Unit 4 Rational Expres
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Steps for Simplifying an Expression with n!
1. Expand the larger factorial until it is the same as the smaller factorial.
2. Cancel the factorials.
3. Expand any brackets and simplify if necessary.
Example 1
Simplify the following expression, where
.
1. E
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p.39
A. Start with recording the section of overlap with all three circles
Then fill in the overlap information between two circles.
56% used cellphone and text (x+12=56, so x=44)
18% used cellphone and social networking (z+12=18, so z=6)
19% used text an
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Pg. 149 #14.
a)
What are the odds against getting sick if you are vaccinated?
70% of the people vaccinated DID NOT get sick. Therefore the odds against getting sick would be
not sick:sick which gives us 70:30 or 7:3.
b)
What are the odds against getting s
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Here is a similar situation to p.19
At Pipestone Junior High, there are 72 Grade 7 students.
Of these students,
25 students play soccer
31 students play football
30 students do not play either sport
How can you use this information to determine the number
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Shannons high school starts a campaign to
encourage students to use green transportation for
travelling to and from school. At the end of the first
semester, Shannons class surveys the 750 students
in the school to see if the campaign is working.
They obt
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Help with Unit 2 #4
Ex. Taylor has 24 distinct outfits he can wear to work. If he has the option of black or
white socks, and black, white or khaki pants, how many different shirts can he wear to
work?
Sock Options = 2 Pant options = 3 Shirt Options = ? T
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Math 302 Course Outline
Teacher: Mrs. Deanna Sample
Email: [email protected]
Welcome to Math 302, the final course in the 2 sequence of
mathematics. This course sequence is designed to provide
students with the mathematical understandings and crit
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p.34
16.
B. We know there are 48 students in total and 12 who do not drive a car or take the bus (outside the
circle).
So we can calculate the number inside the circles.
4812=36 number inside the circles
They said that 31 drive a car and 16 take the bus,
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Textbook Page 30 YOUR TURN
The error Susan made is adding students twice, as the 14 and 16 already include the 4 that had breakfast
AND lunch.
Always start from the inside out, when
you can, with a Venn diagram.
4 ate breakfast AND lunch.
14 ate breakfast
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Steps for Solving an Equation Involving Factorials!
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Isolate the expressions with the factorial symbols.
Expand the larger factorial until it is the same as the smaller factorial.
Cancel the factorials.
Expand any brackets and simplify