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Elayn Martin-Gay firmly believes that each scholar can prevail, and her developmental math textbooks and video assets are inspired via this trust. Algebra: A mixed strategy, Fourth variation used to be written to supply scholars with a pretty good beginning in algebra and support them successfully transition to their subsequent arithmetic direction. the hot version bargains new assets just like the pupil Organizer and now comprises pupil assets at the back of the ebook to assist scholars on their quest for achievement.

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10. 20 40 Answers 5 4 7. 8. 20 7 a. Concept Check Explain the error in the following steps. 15 15 1 = = 55 55 5 6 5 + 1 1 = = 7 5 + 2 2 Examples 9. 7 20 10. Concept Check Answer 15 3#5 3 a. = = 55 11 # 5 11 6 b. can’t be simplified 7 3 10 9. b. Simplify each fraction. 11 11 = # # There are no common factors in the numerator and denominator 27 3 3 3 11 other than 1, so is already simplified. 27 10. 88 = 2 # 2 # 2 # 11= 2 20 2#2#5 2 Work Practice 9–10 # 2 2 # 2 # 11 22 = 5 5 Copyright 2012 Pearson Education, Inc.

8% 87. 5% 88. Europe: 11% 89. 2% 90. 5% Solve. See the Concept Checks in this section. 91. 659, identify the place value of the 92. 67 is the same as a. 6777 Á b. 67666 Á c. 6767 Á a. 6 b. 9 c. 3 93. In your own words, describe how to multiply decimal numbers. 94. In your own words, describe how to add or subtract decimal numbers. S. citizen. Use this chart for Exercises 95 and 96. 4 95. S. citizen consume? 96. S. citizen annually? 97. 8647%, round as indicated. 98. 5269%, round as indicated. a.

S. citizen annually? 97. 8647%, round as indicated. 98. 5269%, round as indicated. a. Round to the nearest tenth percent. b. Round to the nearest hundredth percent. a. Round to the nearest tenth percent. b. Round to the nearest hundredth percent. 99. Which of the following are correct? a. 65 c. 12 b. 078 d. 0035 100. Which of the following are correct? a. 1% c. 2 = 320% b. 0512% d. 175% R-28 C H A P T E R R I PREALGEBRA REVIEW Recall that 1 = 100%. This means that 1 whole is 100%. Use this for Exercises 101 and 102.

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