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Ch 1: operating with actual Numbers.ch 2: unmarried variable Linear Equations.ch three: unmarried variable Linear Inequalities.ch four: Linear Equations and their Graphs.ch five: structures of Equations.ch 6: Manipulating Polynomials.ch 7: Quadratic Equations and their Applications.ch eight: Rational Expression and features. 274 pages.

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X16 e. ( x + y) ⋅( x + y) 5 6. Show that 5 ---------------------------- (3h + 2) 32 ---------------------------- 2 (a + b) ≠ a + b by using a = 16 and b = 9. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7. Given: j 2 = j , explain why the answer includes absolute value bars. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- © 2007 CGP Inc.

Convert each fraction to a. b. 9 18 b. 24 42 ------------------------------------- 4 . 7 ------------------------------------- 4. Show that b. ------------------------------------- 64 8 and are equivalent fractions. 4 35 5. Find four fractions equivalent to 2 . 9 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6. Nicole cleans six of the ten windows in her house. Her mom said she needs to wash 3/5 of the windows. Has Nicole cleaned enough windows?

X ÷ (–5) = 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- c. x4 = 16 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Say whether the following statements are always, sometimes, or never true. a. If x is a real number, then x2 < 0. ------------------------------------------------------------ b. x2 – 4x – 5 = 0 ------------------------------------------------------------ c. The sum of any two odd numbers is even. ------------------------------------------------------------ © 2007 CGP Inc.

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