Week 12
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2. The possibility of extraneous roots shows a solution to an equation that when put back into an
equation it makes it a false statement and not true.
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Check:
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Student Name: Jean Shields
5.1 Exercises (Introduction to Polynomials and Polynomial Functions: Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying)
Section 5.1: Problems #2, #12, #22, #24, #46
Name the type of polynomial and give its degree.
2.
7 3 + 6 2 2
Answer: Trin
Student Name: Jean Shields
5.5 Factoring Trinomials
Section 5.5: Problems #2, #18, #30, #48
Factor each polynomial.
2.
2 + 12 + 11
+ 11 + 1
Answer: + +
Factor out the greatest common factor from the terms of the trinomial. Then factor the remaining tri
Student Name: Jean Shields
5.6 Special Cases of Factoring
Section 5.6: Problems #6, #8, #10, #22
Use the difference of two squares formula to factor. Be sure to factor out any common factors.
6.
2 49
()2 7
2
y = a; 7 = b
+ 7 7
Answer: ( + )( )
8.
4 2 25
Week 2 Individual Work - Section 1.1
Check the column(s) to
which the number belongs
8.
Natural
Whole
Numbers Numbers
Integers
144
4
X
Rational Irrational
Real
Numbers Numbers Numbers
X
7
14.
Exercises 19-26 refer to the set
22. List the irrational number
Week 4 Cover Sheet Homework
Name Shannon Zehr
20 problems are required to complete. I will grade only 20. If you decide to complete all, I
will have to choose a random 20 to grade. So therefore, choose your best 20 youre most
confident in.
Problems are 4
Week 6 Individual Cover Sheet Homework
Name: Shannon Zehr
20 problems are required to complete. I will grade only 20. If you decide to complete all, I
will have to choose a random 20 to grade. So therefore, choose your best 20 youre most
confident in.
Pro
Week 10 Homework
Name: Shannon Zehr
20 problems are required to complete. I will grade only 20. If you decide to complete all, I
will have to choose a random 20 to grade. Be sure to count how many you have completed.
Problems are 4 possible points each. Y
In order to simplify 16^1/2, you first must put it as a square root. Once in a
square root, the number should look like 16. From there, you find what two same
numbers are equal to 16 when they are multiplied together, in this case, the answer
would be fou
Week 12 Homework
Name: _Shannon Zehr_
20 problems are required to complete. I will grade only 20. If you decide to complete all, I
will have to choose a random 20 to grade. Be sure to count how many you have completed.
Attention: Please do not change marg
Jean Shields
MAT1033-76 College Algebra
Week 9 Class Discussion Main Post
Please choose one of the following three options:
(25 points) Find a real-world application problem with a rational function you can find in a book or
online. Substitute four sets o
Week 3 Class Discussion College Algebra
Share a popular formula or application that has more two or more variables.
Some formulas that you have studied in previous weeks that have two or more variables are:
Distance formula
Simple interest formula
Provi
Student Name: Jean Shields
3.1 Exercises
Verbal and Writing Skills
4. (5, 1) is a solution to the equation 2x - 3y = 7. What does this mean?
It means that the ordered pair (5, 1) is a solution to the equation and x = 5 and y = 1. When we substitute
the va
Running Head: RATIONAL EXPONENTS AND RADICALS
1
Understanding Rational Exponents and Radicals
Jean Shields
Everest University Online
RATIONAL EXPONENTS AND RADICALS
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Understanding Rational Exponents and Radicals
We can use the rules of exponents to simpl
8.4 Rational Expressions - Application problems Math 0980 AS WORK PROBLEMS: 1. A bathtub can be filled by the cold water faucet in 10 minutes and by the hot water faucet in 12 minutes. How long does it take to fill the tub if both faucets are open?
2. If
EXPLAIN THIS
Can you explain the part labeled explain this and also let me know if some steps were eliminated prior
to getting to that step that could have been included?
Then I would like to go over Practice Problem 10 below:
This is what I have for Prac
5.6 Special Cases of Factoring
Section 5.6: Problems #6, #8, #10, #22
Use the difference of two squares formula to factor. Be sure to factor out any common factors.
6.
2 49
8.
4 2 25
10.
81 2 1
Use the perfect square trinomial formulas to factor. Be sure
Week 6
Team B
Shannon Zehr, Mary White, Stacy Barron
Marquail Mebane, Sandra Johnston
Create a name for your team.
o The Wizards
Discuss how your team intends to work together for the remainder of the course to
complete teamwork assignments.
o It is my in