Beginning and Intermediate Algebra (5th Edition) by Margaret L. Lial

By Margaret L. Lial

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A) 84 (b) 4 7 is not equal to 8. If two numbers are not equal, then one of the numbers must be less than the other. ” 7 6 8 7 is less than 8. ” 8 7 2 8 is greater than 2. To keep the meanings of the symbolsclear, remember that the symbol always points to the lesser number. ” 5 … 9 5 is less than or equal to 9. If either the

A) The sum of a number and 10 (b) A number divided by 7 (c) The product of 3 and the difference between 9 and a number 12 - x Be careful with order. Compare this result with “12 subtracted from a number,” which is x - 12. (d) The product of 11 and a number 11 # x, or 11x (e) 5 divided by a number 5 , x, 5 x or x 5 is not correct here. ” This “something” is the difference between a number and 8, written x - 8. We use parentheses around this difference. 2 # 1x - 82, or 21x - 82 8 - x, which means the difference between 8 and a number, is not correct.

Select several reading tips to try this week. 2 Exponents, Order of Operations, and Inequality 4 5 6 Know the meanings of Z , 6 , 7 , … , and Ú . Translate word statements to symbols. Write statements that change the direction of inequality symbols. 81 = 3 #3#3# 3 The factor 3 appears four times. ” #3#3# 3 3 Exponent 3 = 34 4 factors of 3 Base The number 4 is the exponent, or power, and 3 is the base in the exponential expression 34. A natural number exponent, then, tells how many times the base is used as a factor.

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