My assigned number this week is 45, as it has been for the past few weeks.
Problem 1:
x(x5) =0
xx + x * 5= 0
Here first step is completing the square.
x1+1 + x * 5= 0
Here I use the power rule aman
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In the video for Exercise 13
Absolute Value Functions, the middle xvalue was chosen by considering the expression inside the
absolute value symbol, and, according to the presente
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In the slideshow, Finding ordered pairs, which is located in the media section of Chapter 10, when
plugging in the value 0, the presenter finds which ordered pairs in the end?
You
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In the video, Exercise 29  Equations Involving Radicals,
to check the answer, we must _ both sides of the equation.
cube
Correct! replace each x with the answer on
multiply by 6
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In the example for finding the dimensions of a rectangular table top presented in the slideshow,
Applications, towards the top of the list in the media section of Chapter 10, the
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In the slideshow, Equations Involving Fractions or Decimals located in Chapter 7, when a system of
equations involves fractions, use the _ property to eliminate the fractions.
Dis
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When looking at the example in the slideshow, Solving a System by Graphing, in the media section of
Chapter 7, the presenter suggests plugging in the x and y solutions back in and
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In the slideshow titled Application with projectile, which is located in the media section of Chapter 10,
the presenter uses the formula t = b/(2a) to find the t coordinate for th
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In the slideshow, Finding the least common denominator, located in Chapter 6, the presenter states that
on each factor, we use the lowest power that appears on that factor on any
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I was assigned number 14 and 88 this week.
14. 81/3
The nth root in this is 3 and the principal root is a positive number.
3 8
=2
There werent any other definitions I used for this problem
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44 18 < 4x 2 30
2x + 1 < 5 or 2 + 3x > 11
18 < 4x 2 30
18 +2 < 4x 2 +2 30 +2 add two on all three sides
16 < 4x 28
16/4 < 4x/4 28/4
divide each side by 4
4 < x < 7
4x2 is greater than 4 and less or
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Multiply each term in the first group by each term in the second group using the FOIL method.
FOIL stands for First Outer Inner Last, and is a method of multiplying two binomials. First,
multiply the
My assigned number is 22.
My first problem 7 < 2x 5 4
This is my and compound inequality 7 < 2x 5 4 A compound inequality is an equation
with two or more inequalities joined together with either "and"
My assigned number is #13 There are serves ways these problem could be solved by completing
the square, by factoring and quadratic formula
My first problem from #13 is x2 + x 42 = 0 for this problem w
My assigned number is #13 I struggled a little on this not sure that I used all my vocabulary
words correctly looking forward to the feedback.
My first problem from page 577
100. (5x 1/2)2
A negativ
Relations and Functions
My assigned number is #11
My first problem 58. h(x) =x 3
x

x 3
3

0
4

1
7

2
12

3
19

4
The relation is h(x) = (x 3) where the 3 is included with x under the radical.
My assigned number 13.
My first rational expression is
n2 2n 15
n2
My second rational expression is
8k + 6
8k2 + 2k 3
Domain of a rational expression is the set of all numbers that can be substituted
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42.
(2^3)2We have to use the Quotient rule
Simplify the expression.
The exact power rule tells us that we multiple the exponents
Form: Do not use the product rule we only have one variable so it is n
Its important for a leader to be able to manage across
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9 < 1 + 4x < 15 compound inequality:
8<4x<16 The solution for x is between both ends of the inequality.
We must find out what these numbers are between.
Divide each term in the inequality by 4 ; ine
AttentionDeficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) typically exhibit some combination
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