By Cynthia Young
The 3rd variation of Cynthia Young’s Algebra & Trigonometry brings jointly all of the parts that experience allowed teachers and inexperienced persons to effectively “bridge the gap” among school room guideline and autonomous homework through overcoming universal studying boundaries and construction self assurance in students’ skill to do arithmetic. Written in a transparent, unmarried voice that speaks to scholars and mirrors how teachers converse in lecture, Young’s hallmark pedagogy permits scholars to turn into autonomous, profitable novices. various workout forms and modeling initiatives continue the educational clean and motivating. during this variation, younger keeps her culture of fostering a love for succeeding in arithmetic by means of introducing inquiry-based studying initiatives, delivering newbies a chance to grasp the cloth with extra freedom whereas reinforcing mathematical talents and instinct.
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4 ϩ 3 # 2 Ϫ 7 # 5 ϩ 6 b. 7 - 6 2#3 + 8 Solution (a): u u 4 + 3#2 - 7#5 + 6 Perform multiplication ﬁrst. 6 35 ϭ 4 ϩ 6 Ϫ 35 ϩ 6 ϭ Ϫ19 Then perform the indicated additions and subtractions. Solution (b): The numerator and the denominator are similar to expressions in parentheses. Simplify these separately ﬁrst, following the correct order of operations. 7 - 6 2#3 + 8 u Perform multiplication in the denominator ﬁrst. 6 Then perform subtraction in the numerator and addition in the denominator. ■ Answer: a.
N -k 82. Simplify A(a-m) B . ■ CHALLENGE 87. 5 ϫ 108 square kilometers of land on the surface of the Earth. If one square kilometer is approximately 247 acres, how many acres per person are there on Earth? Round to the nearest tenth of an acre. 89. Evaluate: (4 * 10-23)(3 * 1012) -10 . Express your answer in (6 * 10 ) both scientiﬁc and decimal notation. ■ 88. 79 ϫ 106 square miles of land in the United States. If one square mile is approximately 640 acres, how many acres per person are there in the United States?
20x8 ϩ 14x3 ϩ 3x2 ϩ x Ϫ 8 8 Ϫ20 d. Ϫ7x3 ϩ 25x 3 Ϫ7 2 ■ YO U R T U R N Constant Term 2 3 Ϫ8 0 Write the polynomial in standard form and state its degree, leading coefﬁcient, and constant term. ■ Answer: Ϫ4x3 ϩ 17x2 Ϫ x ϩ 5 Degree: 3 Leading coefﬁcient: Ϫ4 Constant term: 5 ■ Answer: Ϫ2x5 ϩ 6x3 ϩ 2x2 ϩ 5x ϩ 11 17x2 - 4x3 + 5 - x Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Polynomials are added and subtracted by combining like terms. Like terms are terms having the same variables and exponents. Like terms can be combined by adding their coefﬁcients.
Algebra and Trigonometry (3rd Edition) by Cynthia Young