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By Mary Jane Sterling

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ISBN-13: 9781118446713

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056 = 109. 116. 5) = 110. 19 20 Part I: The Questions 117. 004x) = 118. 1y) = 124. 037 = Dividing Decimals 120. 1 = 121. 0123 = 122. 03 = Changing Fractions to Decimals 119–124 Find the quotients of the decimal numbers. Round the answer to three decimal places, if necessary. 119. 05 = 123. 125–132 Rewrite each fraction as an equivalent decimal. 125. 126. 127. 128. Chapter 3: Working with Fractions and Decimals 129. 130. 131. 132. Changing Decimals to Fractions 133–140 Rewrite each decimal as an equivalent fraction.

A + 1)(x – 2) 322. (y – 4)(z2 + 7) 323. (x + 2)(y – 2) 316–320 Perform the division by dividing each term in the numerator by the term in the denominator. 316. 324. (x2 – 7)(x3 – 8) 317. 325. (x2 + y4)(x2 – y4) Chapter 7: Multiplying by One or More Terms Multiplying Binomials Using FOIL 334. ” 326. (x – 3)(x + 2) 327. (y + 6)(y + 4) 335. (2z2 + 3)(2z2 – 3) Distributing Binomials Over Trinomials 336–340 Distribute the binomial over the trinomial and simplify. 328. (2x – 3)(3x – 2) 336. (x + 3)(x2 – 2x + 1) 329.

The Problems You’ll Work On In this chapter, you’ll work with fractions and decimals in the following ways: ✓ Adding and subtracting fractions by finding a common denominator ✓ Multiplying and dividing fractions by changing to improper fractions and reducing where possible ✓ Simplifying complex fractions ✓ Adding and subtracting decimals by aligning decimal points ✓ Multiplying decimals by assigning the decimal place last ✓ Dividing decimals by assigning the decimal place first ✓ Changing fractions to decimals — repeating or terminating ✓ Changing decimals to fractions and then reducing ✓ Rounding decimals to designated places What to Watch Out For Don’t let common mistakes trip you up; remember the following when working with fractions and decimals: ✓ Finding the least common denominator of fractions before adding or subtracting ✓ Recognizing the numerators and denominators in the numerator and denominator of a complex fraction ✓ Reducing fractions correctly by dividing by factors, not terms ✓ Recognizing the correct decimal place when rounding 18 Part I: The Questions Adding and Subtracting Fractions 91–96 Find the sums and differences of the fractions.

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