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# On the expansion of the power of any polynomial by Euler L. By Euler L.

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3 x + 2 5 3 # 4 = 12 1 2#4 1#3 2 - = # - # 3 4 3 4 4 3 Rewrite fractions applying the LCD. a. b. = 2(4) - 1(3) 3(4) Eliminate the parentheses. = 8 - 3 12 Combine terms in the numerator. = 5 12 Solution (b): Rewrite 4 with an understood 1 in the denominator. = 4 2 , 3 1 Dividing by a fraction is equivalent to multiplying by its reciprocal. = 2#1 3 4 Multiply numerators and denominators, respectively. = 2 12 Reduce the fraction to simplest form. = 1 6 Solution (c): 2 . 5 ϭ 10 Determine the LCD. 5x + 3(2) x 3 + = 2 5 (2)(5) Rewrite fractions in terms of the LCD.

9aϪ2 b3 ) x-3 y2 3 12(x-2 y) 49. s 2 c -2 38. a b 3 a-2 b3 a4 b5 3 b - 3(- x3 y2) 3 t y2(- b2 x5) 47. (x y ) 2 5 5 [-2(x3) y-4] 51. Write 28 # 163 # (64) as a power of 2 : 2? 48. Ϫ2x2(Ϫ2x3) 52. Write 39 # 815 # (9) as a power of 3 : 3? In Exercises 53–60, express the given number in scientiﬁc notation. 53. 27,600,000 54. 144,000,000,000 55. 93,000,000 56. 1,234,500,000 57. 0000000567 58. 00000828 59. 000000123 60. 000000005 63. 3 ϫ 104 64. 8 ϫ 10Ϫ3 In Exercises 61–66, write the number as a decimal.

Simplify expressions using correct order of operations. Evaluate algebraic expressions. Apply properties of real numbers. ■ ■ Understand that rational and irrational numbers are mutually exclusive and complementary subsets of real numbers. Learn the order of operations for real numbers. The Set of Real Numbers A set is a group or collection of objects that are called members or elements of the set. If every member of set B is also a member of set A, then we say B is a subset of A and denote it as B ( A.

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