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By R. David Gustafson, Peter D. Frisk

ISBN-10: 0534463770

ISBN-13: 9780534463779

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3 ؒ 13 7. 3 7 3 5 Ϭ 5 2 3 1 12. ϩ 4 2 8. Round each decimal to two decimal places. 17. 2 EXERCISES REVIEW Decide whether the following statements are true or false. 1. 6 is an integer. 3. 4. 5. 7. 18. 24521 2. 1 is a natural number. 2 21 is a prime number. No prime number is an even number. 8ϾϪ2 6. Ϫ 3 Ͻ Ϫ 2 9 Յ 0 Ϫ9 0 8. 0 Ϫ11 0 Ն 10 Place an appropriate symbol in each box to make the statement true. 9. 3 ϩ 7 11. 0 Ϫ2 0 10 2 3 2 1 ϭ 7 7 7 12. 4 ϩ 8 11 10. VOCABULARY AND CONCEPTS Fill in the blanks.

0625. In problems involving percent, the word of usually indicates multiplication. 0625(8,500). 24 Chapter 1 Real Numbers and Their Basic Properties EXAM PLE 10 Auto loans Juan signs a one-year note to borrow $8,500 to buy a car. If the rate of interest is 614 % , how much interest will he pay? Solution For the privilege of using the bank’s money for one year, Juan must pay 614 % of $8,500. 25 The word of means times. 25 interest. Self Check ❚ How much interest will Juan pay if the rate is 9%? Self Check Answers 1.

Comment In the expression x 5 (called an exponential expression or a power of x), x is the base and 5 is the exponent. The exponent of 5 indicates that a base of x is to be used as a factor five times. 5 factors of x          x ϭxؒxؒxؒxؒx 5 In expressions such as x or y, the exponent is understood to be 1: x ϭ x1 and y ϭ y1 In general, we have the following definition. Natural-Number Exponents If n is a natural number, then n factors of x          x ϭxؒxؒxؒ %ؒx n EXAM PLE 1 Write each expression without exponents.

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