Algebra for College Students, 7th Edition by Margaret L. Lial

By Margaret L. Lial

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042 111. 84 , 6 112. 84 , 8 113. 522 114. 252 106. 15 16 5 115. 715 116. 212 Solve each problem. 117. The highest temperature ever recorded in Juneau, Alaska, was 90°F. The lowest temperature ever recorded there was - 22°F. What is the difference between these two temperatures? ) 118. On August 10, 1936, a temperature of 120°F was recorded in Ponds, Arkansas. On February 13, 1905, Ozark, Arkansas, recorded a temperature of - 29°F. What is the difference between these two temperatures? ) 119. 35 in his checking account.

2c + a 3 4b + 6a 86. 25. See Example 7. 87. wy - 8x 88. wz - 12y 89. xy + y 4 90. xy - x 2 91. - w + 2x + 3y + z 92. w - 6x + 5y - 3z 93. 7x + 9y w 94. 3 Exponents, Roots, and Order of Operations 31 Solve each problem. 44 to determine their property taxes, where v is assessed home value. ) Use the expression to calculate the amount of property taxes to the nearest dollar that the owner of a home with each of the following values would pay. Follow the order of operations. 95. $100,000 96. $150,000 97.

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