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By Raymond A. Barnett; Michael R. Ziegler; Karl E. Byleen; Dave Sobecki;

Barnett, Ziegler, Byleen, and Sobecki's "College Algebra with Trigonometry" textual content is designed to be consumer pleasant and to maximise scholar comprehension through emphasizing computational talents, rules, and challenge fixing in place of mathematical concept. the massive variety of pedagogical units hired during this textual content will advisor a pupil in the course of the path. built-in during the textual content, scholars and teachers will locate Explore-Discuss bins which motivate scholars to imagine significantly approximately mathematical options. In every one part, the labored examples are by way of matched difficulties that toughen the idea that being taught. additionally, the textual content comprises an abundance of routines and functions that would persuade scholars that math comes in handy. there's a MathZone web site that includes algorithmic workouts, video clips, and different assets accompanies the textual content.

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If a polynomial is prime relative to the integers, say so. 34. 3ux Ϫ 4vy ϩ 3vx Ϫ 4uy 3 72. 2(x Ϫ 3)(4x ϩ 7)2 ϩ 8(x Ϫ 3)2(4x ϩ 7) 81. x3 Ϫ 3x2 Ϫ 9x ϩ 27 82. t3 Ϫ 2t 2 ϩ t Ϫ 2 83. 4(A ϩ B)2 Ϫ 5(A ϩ B) Ϫ 5 84. x4 ϩ 6x2 ϩ 8 85. m4 Ϫ n4 86. y4 Ϫ 3y2 Ϫ 4 87. Show by example that, in general, (a ϩ b)2 a2 ϩ b2. Discuss possible conditions on a and b that would make this a valid equation. 88. Show by example that, in general, (a Ϫ b)2 a2 Ϫ b2. Discuss possible conditions on a and b that would make this a valid equation.

2)(Ϫ2 )ϭ1 18. 7(3m) ϭ (7 ؒ 3)m u u 20. Ϫ ϭ Ϫv v 22. 8 Ϫ 12 ϭ 8 ϩ (Ϫ12) 23. w ϩ (Ϫw) ϭ 0 1 24. 5 Ϭ (Ϫ6) ϭ 5(Ϫ6 ) 19. 7u ϩ 9u ϭ (7 ϩ 9)u 40. Indicate true (T) or false (F), and for each false statement find real number replacements for a, b, and c that will provide a counterexample. For all real numbers a, b, and c: (A) (a ϩ b) ϩ c ϭ a ϩ (b ϩ c) (B) (a Ϫ b) Ϫ c ϭ a Ϫ (b Ϫ c) (C) a(bc) ϭ (ab)c (D) (a Ϭ b) Ϭ c ϭ a Ϭ (b Ϭ c) In Problems 41–48, indicate true (T) or false (F), and for each false statement give a specific counterexample.

If the result is not an integer, express it in the form a/b, where a and b are integers. 1 1 1. ϩ 3 5 1 1 2. ϩ 2 7 3. 3 4 Ϫ 4 3 4. 8 4 Ϫ 9 5 5. 2 4 ؒ 3 7 6. aϪ 1 3 bؒ 10 8 7. 11 1 Ϭ 5 3 9. 100 Ϭ 0 3 5 11. aϪ b aϪ b 5 3 13. 17 2 ؒ 8 7 3 Ϫ1 15. a b ϩ 2Ϫ1 8 8. 7 2 Ϭ 9 5 10. 0 Ϭ 0 12. 6 4 Ϭ a3 Ϫ b 7 2 2 5 14. aϪ b aϪ b 3 6 16. qxd 10 10/12/09 4:39 PM CHAPTER R Page 10 BASIC ALGEBRAIC OPERATIONS In Problems 17–28, each statement illustrates the use of one of the following properties or definitions. Indicate which one.

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