Unit 2 Application Problem: Order is Important
Bruce Ramsey
ECPI University
Unit 2 Application Problem: Order is Important
Part 1: Three times five plus four times two minus three equals 20 (3x5+4x2-3=20).
Part 2: Starting from the left you will multiply

Bruce Ramsey
MATH099
ECPI University
Unit 4 Application Problem: Life is Full of Equations
Part 1: a) Give an example of a real-world quantity that is so large that it would make much more sense
to describe it with scientific notation than standard notati

Bruce Ramsey
MATH099
ECPI University
Unit 5 Application Problem: Fun with Factoring
Part 1: Simplify. 27xy(square) 12xy(square) = 3xy(9y-4y)
Step 1: Find GCD of (27,12) = 3
Step 2: List every variable(s) in every term = xy
Step 3: List every variable(s) i

Bruce Ramsey
MATH099
ECPI University
Unit 3 Application Problem: Life Is Full of Equations
Part 1: Upgrading your cell phone plan will not save you money. Flat rate ($60) and 4GB of data
per month. Any data used over your allotted plan will be charged $5