Do you always use the property of distribution when multiplying monomials and
polynomials? Explain why or why not. In what situations would distribution become
important?
There are two ways to multiply monomials and polynomials. The first way is a short c
Prerequisite Assignment: MyMathLab Study Plan for Weekly Checkpoint
Click on the Quiz tab.
Click External Content Launch to access MyMathLab.
Click Homework and Tests in MyMathLab at the top-left of the screen.
Important Notes: You must earn at least 60%
Complete the MyMathLab Orientation.
Click the Practice/Simulation/Homework/Game tab near the top of the screen.
Click External Content Launch to access MyMathLab.
Click the Homework and Tests tab within MyMathLab.
Click the MyMathLab Orientation.
Access the Practice/Simulation/Homework/Game tab.
1. Click External Content Launch to access MyMathLab.
2. Click Homework and Tests in MyMathLab at the top-left of the screen.
3. Click Study Plan for the weekly Checkpoint.
4. Click the green Practice butt
How do you factor the difference of 2 squares? Give an example showing each step. Does this make
factoring easier or more complicated? Why?
To factor the difference between 2 squares: First find out the GCF of the four terms. If so, factor out the
GCF. Do
MTH/209 Week 2 Substantive Posts
Watch the Supplemental Week 2 Videos
Once again the supplemental videos have helped me to rememebr how to work on subjects that I
remember learning about. However, this week is a bit difficult for me when it comes to facto
MTH/209 Week 1 Substantive Posts
Q: If you get stuck on a problem in MyMathLab, attend a tutoring session by clicking the Live Math
Tutoring link. Tutors are available 24 hours per day 7 days per week. Describe your experience with the
tutor. What did you
MTH/209 Week 3 Substantive Posts
Watch The Supplemental Week 3 Videos
As always I am very grateful for these videos. Not only because they serve as a reminder, at least for me,
on how to do each problem, but also because for me as a learner, it is easier
Math in Careers: Trajectory
This video overviewed the scenario of a man hijacking a womans vehicle and holding her
hostage. The authorities, task force, and negotiating team were trying to have the man let the
woman go, and he will not be hurt. While the
Proportions are used throughout our daily life without us even knowing or acknowledging it.
There are numerous ways that we use proportions. For an example, when we buy fruit from the
grocery store there is usually a sign that says navel oranges 1.99 lb.
When factoring a trinomial the first thing a person should do is factor it into two binomials. Find two
factors of a*c that have product a*c and that have sum b. Lets say that we find two factors of a*c and
lets call them m and n. Let us assume m and n ha
Example:
Step 1: Find the prime factorization of the number inside the radical and factor each variable inside the
radical.
Step 2: Determine the index of the radical. In this case, the index is three because it is a cube root, which
means we need three o
Welcome to the Personal Financial Portfolio
Welcome to your very own Personal Financial Portfolio! This will serve as a workbook that will help you succeed
in this course, and it will be a valuable tool for you to continue down the path to financial freed