Im a huge fan of caffeinated beverages. I love Folgers coffee, Pepsi, and Dr. Pepper. Ive got to have it
every day at least three times a day. My doctor explained that Im taking in too much caffeine but that a
small amount of caffeine was good for my migr
Order of operations:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Do any math inside parentheses, brackets, and braces first.
Evaluate numbers with exponents
Do multiplication or division from left to right, whichever one you come to first
Do addition or subtraction from left to right
Th
Knowledge is power when it comes to investing your money. One needs to have a clear
understanding of what it takes to make your money work for you and not the other way around.
Financial matters can be very boggling and difficult to understand. Official t
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We needed to cross the river to the other side but the current in the water was too strong. We
came up with the idea to build a cannon and shoot each other ac
Jackie Brit
MM212 Reflective Essay
MM212 Reflective Essay
Jackie Britt
MM212 Kaplan University
August 16, 2016
August 16, 2016
Jackie Brit
MM212 Reflective Essay
August 16, 2016
Being able to understand personal financial matters is very important part of
Unit 9
Elizabeth Sellars
Kaplan University
MM212
February 7, 2015
My Profession will be RHIT ( Registered Health Information Technician). AHIMA(2014) explains what the
job intends, Ensure the quality of medical records by verifying their completeness, acc
College Algebra Unit 5
Linear Equations
1
Solving Equations Using the Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division
Properties of Equality Continued
No solution as 11 is not equal to 0, ie
What happens if there is an answer such as 11 = 11? All
re
College Algebra Unit 3
Rational Exponents, Radicals, and the
General Factoring Strategy
1
Factoring in general
Factor out the GCF first for all the terms.
1.
2. If there are 3 terms, see if it is in the
trinomial form and if so try to factor using
the AC
College Algebra Unit 6
Linear Functions and Graphing
1
Relations and Functions
A relations shows what values produce which results.
A function is a relation in which each value has only
one result.
When written in order pairs, the first value is part o
College Algebra Unit 2
Polynomials & Factoring
1
Polynomials
Polynomials have natural number exponents
Add the exponents for the variable for each
term individually. The degree of that
polynomial is the highest sum.
Examples
The degree of is 5
The de
College Algebra Unit 8
Variation and Systems of Equations
1
Solving radical equations only involving square roots
on 1 side of the equation
1.
2.
3.
4.
Solve for the square root
Square both sides of the equation
Solve for x
Check for extraneous roots (fal
College Algebra Unit 10
Exponential and Logarithmic
Equations
1
Definition of a Logarithm
x > 0 and b > 0, ,
For
.
b is the base
y is the exponent
is another way to express the exponent
Important: Working with logarithms is just like
working with exponen
College Algebra Unit 4
Rational Expressions
1
Reducing Rational Expressions
Rational expressions look like rational numbers,
fraction form, but involve polynomials in the
numerator and denominator.
The goal is to simplify, just like with fractions.
Howeve
MM212
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Unit 1: Basic Algebra
Seminars This Term
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The Option 2 Assignment is in MML.
It closes on Tuesday night with all other Unit assignments.
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College Algebra Unit 7
Quadratic Equations
1
Complex Numbers
are numbers of the form a + bi, where a
These
and b are real numbers and
2
Powers of i
The powers of i follow this cyclical pattern.
Determine
3
Operations with Complex Numbers
The operations
College Algebra Unit 9
Exponential and Logarithmic
Functions
1
Definition of a Logarithm
x > 0 and b > 0, ,
For
.
b is the base
y is the exponent
is another way to express the exponent
Important: Working with logarithms is just like
working with exponent
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Property of Negatives
PROPERTY
EXAMPLES
(-1)a=-a
4xy
(-1)4xy=-
-(-a)=a
-(-6y)=6y
(-a)b=-ab
7*4xy=28xy
(-7)4xy=-
a(-b)=-ab
5x*3y=-15xy
5x(-3y)=-
-(a+b)-a-b
7x+6y
-(7x+6y)=-
-(x-b)=-a+b or b-a
3x+7y=7y-3x
-(3x-7y)=-
If a negative sign or a s
College algebra
Algebraic Expressions- A combination of variables and numbers using the
operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division, as well as
powers or roots.
(Ex: x2 -3, x +7, x-6, x/6, 6x,)
Variable- what algebra uses to represent