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15. 5^n. So I wrote the expression and rewrote it as 5 with an exponent of n.
27.24. So I first wrote the expression then I added 13 and 20 to get 33 then I subtracted 9 from
33 to get 24
33. -5. So I wrote the expression then I plac
Additional assignment 1.4
12. y=2, So first I wrote the problem down then I substituted x with 3 as given to get 4(3)+9y=30
then I multiplied the 4 by 3 and got 12+9y=30 then I subtracted 12 from 30 and got 9y+18 then I
divided 9 on both sides and got y=2
12. y=2, So first I wrote the problem down then I substituted x with 3 as given to get 4(3)+9y=30
then I multiplied the 4 by 3 and got 12+9y=30 then I subtracted 12 from 30 and got 9y+18 then I
divided 9 on both sides and got y=2.
18. y=3, So first I wrot
Additional Assignment 1.10 Austin Olson Pd.3
16. B, I graphed the equation.
20. So first I made an equation y=-2x+0 then I graphed the equation.
26. I graphed the equation.
36. So first I wrote down the problem then I got the y by itself and got the y int
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20. Domain: -3,5,5 Range:-2,-1,3,4 I got this because input is always the domain and output is
always the Range.
32. IS not a function, because if you draw a vertical line it touches the lines more than once
i
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18. So first I wrote down the problems then I broke down the 2 equations into 5-2x=13 or 5-2x=13
Then I subtracted 5 on the first side and got -2x=8 and the other side I subtracted 5 from both
sides and got -2x
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17. So I estimated the slope to be around -1 because the x and y values dont go over
1.
20. Slope is 1/-7 and its vertical, So first I wrote the points then I plugged them into the
slope formula and got 3-2/-4-
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14. y=-3x+-4, So first I wrote down the problem then I plugged in the given points and
got
y=-3x+-4.
20. y-0=3(x-1), so first I wrote down the problem then I plugged in the points in the point
slope form and go
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8. The pattern goes in a bottom right angle so its negative correlation.
12. So I graphed the scatter plot and it is relatively no correlation.
16. I graphed the scatter plot.
19. I drew a scatter plot then I d
Additional Assignment 2.1 Austin Olson PD.3
12.No because on the first on it equals negative 3 instead of 3.
25.I graphed the two slope intercept points then I checked the algebraically.
41. y=-4,input 5 for x then subtract x from both sides and got y=-4
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PD.3
11. (4,-1) First I rewrite the equation and get both variables on one side then I
substituted the x value into the equation then I got the y value and subed it into the x
equation and simplified and got 4,-1.
24
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21. C, I graphed the linear inequalities.
28. I graphed the system of inequalities.
40. I graphed the three system of linear inequalities.
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PD.3
9. Min is of -40 at (0, 40) max is of 40 at (40, 0), First I wrote the constraints down in
terms of x and y then found the amount at each of the vertexes and got the maximum
and minimum values.
15.min of 0 at (0
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36. This fits the form a3b3,Rewrite it where a=5x and b=2,(5x)323, Use Difference of
Cubes: a3b3=(ab)(a2+ab+b2),(5x2)(25x2+10x+4) and thats how I got my answer.
42. To factor 10x3+20x2+x+2 we can use factoring b
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23. Ask: Which two numbers add up to 5 and multiply to 4? Answer: 1 and 43. Rewrite
the expression as (x+1) (x+4)
36. 1. Multiply 3 by 10, which is 30.Ask: Which two numbers add up to 17 and multiply
to 30?Answe
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18. A.
20. Find coefficients a , b and c. Plug in the values for a, b, and c into the quadratic
formula, Simplify expression under the square root. Solve for find the y intercept, then
you will find the vertex,
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Olson 4.3
20. 6.9282032, First I put 6 and 8 under a square root then multiplied them and got the
answer.
36. First I rewriteusingthequotientruleforradicals.ThenIsimplifythenumerator.ThenI
simplifiedthedenominatorandthenI
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18. Use the standard form of the quadratic (ax^2+bx+c) to find a,b, and c for this
quadratic.
a=1,b=3,c=2, Use the quadratic formula to find the solutions. Substitute in the values
of a=1,b=3, and c=2. Simplify
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19. Multiply the exponents in (8^2)^3. Raise 8 to the power of 6 to get 262144. 262144.
21. Raising the fraction 3/7 to the power 3 is the same as raising the numerator and
denominator each to the power 3. Raise
Additional Assignment 5.2 Austin Olson
16. Simplify. 2x+3x^4/5+9, Identify the term with the largest exponent on the
variable.3x^4/5, the degree of the polynomial is the largest exponent on the variable it is
4. It is a polynomial
28.15, Replace the varia
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PD.3
14. If n is a positive integer that is greater than x and a is a real number or a factor, then
nax=a^x/n. (11) ^1/3.
18. If n is a positive integer that is greater than x and a is a real number or a factor then
Additional Assignment 5.4 Austin Olson
34. Sums of perfect cubes are factored using this formula. In this problem, a=x3 and
b=64. a^3+b^3=(a+b)(a^2ab+b^2). Since both terms are perfect cubes, find the actual
values for the coefficients a and b. a^3=x^3, s
Additional Assignment 5.7 Austin Olson
16. If a polynomial function has integer coefficients, then every rational zero will have
the form p/q where p is a factor of the constant and q is a factor of the leading
coefficient=1,2,4,8 q=1Find every combinatio