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- Working with numbers

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- Linear equations
- Algebraic fractions
- Polynomials and factoring
- Inequalities and absolute worth inequalities
- Radicals
- Quadratic equations
- Graphing
- Systems of equations
- Functions

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Answer: Multiplication Property of Zero 5. 1 5 $5=1 answer: Multiplicative Inverses 6. 3 4 4 $ 3 =1 answer: Multiplicative Inverses 7. Their product is 1. Their product also is 1. 5(10 + 2) = 5 $ 10 + 5 $ 2 = 50 + 10 = 60 answer: Distributive Property 8. 9$ 3 3 =9$1=9 answer: Multiplicative Identity Multiplying by 1 and using the Multiplicative Identity doesn’t seem to make much sense until you use it when changing fractions to those with common denominators. Work Problems Use these problems to give yourself additional practice.

A If you missed 44, 45, or 46, go to “Lowest Terms and Equivalent Fractions,” page 86. 47. A 48. C If you missed 47 or 48, go to “Multiplying and Dividing Fractions,” page 89. 49. A 50. B If you missed 49 or 50, go to “Mixed Numbers and Complex Fractions,” page 91. Pretest 51. B 52. A 53. C 25 If you missed 51, 52, or 53, go to “Decimals,” page 94. 54. C If you missed 54, go to “Percents,” page 97. 55. A 56. B 57. C If you missed 55, 56, or 57, go to “Scientific Notation,” page 99. 58. B 59. A 60.

B 37. B If you missed 35, 36, or 37, go to” Subtraction of Signed Numbers,” page 78. 38. A 39. B 40. A If you missed 38, 39, or 40, go to “Multiplication and Division of Signed Numbers,” page 80. 41. A 42. C 43. A If you missed 41, 42, or 43, go to “Exponents That Are Signed Numbers,” page 82. 44. B 45. C 46. A If you missed 44, 45, or 46, go to “Lowest Terms and Equivalent Fractions,” page 86. 47. A 48. C If you missed 47 or 48, go to “Multiplying and Dividing Fractions,” page 89. 49. A 50. B If you missed 49 or 50, go to “Mixed Numbers and Complex Fractions,” page 91.