Simplifying Radicals
In this weeks discussion I have been assigned two problems which was determined by the last
letter of my first name which is n. The problems that I will be solving are #70 and #78. The
discussion for this week was very hard for me. I
Algebra I Midterm
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1. Simplify the expression. Show your
Algebra I Quarter 3 Exam
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Simplify each expression. Use p
1a. There are 4 lines of symmetry.
1b. Yes, 90 degrees.
3a. F, D, G
6. The number is irrational because it has an infinite number of decimals and cannot
be expressed as a fraction.
8a. 237 + 15p = 402, where p = number of lessons paid for.
8c. 12 lessons
In this weeks discussion I will be solving two math problems in connection with relations and
functions. I have been assigned to solve the following two problems.
If the last letter of
your last name is
On pages 708 711,
solve the following
problems
S or
I just finished up taking the course MAT221, Introduction to Algebra. The end of that course was
spending a lot of time on factoring. I did at first have some trouble in figuring out factoring but
as time went on I was able to understand it.
I am now goin
Domains of Rational Expressions
In this discussion, I have been assigned two rational expressions to work on. Below are the two
that I have been assigned.
If the first letter of
your first name is
B or K
Your first rational Your second rational
expression
Solving Quadratic Equations
In this weeks discussion I will be solving quadratic equations by factoring and also using the
quadratic formula. I have been assigned to solve the following equations.
If the third letter of
your last name is
F or G
On pages 6
Solving Quadratic Equations
In this weeks discussion I will be solving quadratic equations by factoring and also using the
quadratic formula. I have been assigned to solve the following equations.
On pages 635 and
Solve the following
636, solve the
by usi
One-Variable Compound Inequalities
-1 3 + 2x < 11
inequality
and.
-1 3 3 + 2x 3 < 11 3
-4 2x < 8
-4 2 2x 2 < 8 2
-2 x < 4
This is my And compound inequality that I will be
solving. It is an equation that has more than one
that are linked together with the
Algebra I Quarter 4 Exam
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Use th