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# Exponents - Video Tutorials & Practice Problems

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## Introduction to Exponent Rules

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ProblemSimplify the expression using exponent rules**. **$\left(-5a^2\right)\left(3a^8\right)$

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$-8a^{16}$

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$-10a^{10}$

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$-15a^{16}$

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$-15a^{10}$

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ProblemSimplify the expression using exponent rules. $-\frac{12b^{11}}{4b^7}$

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$-3b^{18}$

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$-3b^{-18}$

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$-3b^4$

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$-3b^{-4}$

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## Zero and Negative Rules

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## Power Rules

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ProblemRewrite the expression using exponent rules. $\left(4x^2\right)^3$

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$64x^6$

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$64x^5$

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$4x^6$

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$64x^3$

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ProblemRewrite the expression using exponent rules. $\left(\frac{3x^4}{y^{-2}}\right)^3$

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$3x^{12}y^6$

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$\frac{27x^{12}}{y^6}$

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$27x^{12}y^2$

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$27x^{12}y^6$

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## Simplifying Exponential Expressions

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PRACTICE PROBLEMS AND ACTIVITIES (382)

- In Exercises 1–14, write each number in decimal notation without the use of exponents. 3.8X10²
- In Exercises 1–6, find the intersection of the sets. { 1, 2, 3, 4} ⋂ {2, 4, 5}
- In Exercises 1–12, find each absolute value. |-7|
- In the fraction 5/8, 5 is the numerator and 8 is the denominator.
- The mixed number equivalent of the improper fraction 31/5 is 6(1/5).
- In Exercises 1–12, find each absolute value. |4|
- The reciprocal of 6/2 is 3/1.
- Let A = {a, b, c}, B = {a, c, d, e}, and C = {a, d, f, g}. Find the indicated set A ∩ B.
- In Exercises 1–6, find the intersection of the sets. { a, b, c, d} ⋂ ∅
- Fill in the blank(s) to correctly complete each sentence. In the expression 6^3, 6 is the ____ , and 3 is the ...
- Identify the set { 1,1/3, 1/9 ,1/27, ....} as finite or infinite.
- Let A = {a, b, c}, B = {a, c, d, e}, and C = {a, d, f, g}. Find the indicated set A ∪ B.
- In Exercises 1–12, find each absolute value. |-7.6|
- In Exercises 1–14, write each number in decimal notation without the use of exponents. -7.16X10⁶
- Which choice shows the correct way to write 16/24 in lowest terms? A. 16/24 = (8 + 8)/(8 + 16) =8/16 =1/2 B.16...
- Evaluate each expression. 0/7
- Use set notation and write the elements belonging to the set {x | x is a natural number less than 6}.
- Which fraction is not equal to 5/9? A. 15/27 B. 30/54 C. 40/74 D. 55/99
- Evaluate each expression. 10^3
- In Exercises 1–14, write each number in decimal notation without the use of exponents. 1.4X10⁰
- Write each fraction in lowest terms. 8/16
- Let U = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5} and A = {1, 2, 3}. Find A′.
- Evaluate each expression. 2*5 - 10/12
- Write each fraction in lowest terms. 4/12
- Find {16, 18, 21, 50} ∩ {15, 16, 17, 18}.
- In Exercises 1–14, write each number in decimal notation without the use of exponents. 7.9X10⁻¹
- Evaluate each expression. |-4|
- Find {16, 18, 21, 50} ∪ {15, 16, 17, 18}.
- In Exercises 1–12, find each absolute value. |-√2|
- Write each fraction in lowest terms. 16/20
- Write each fraction in lowest terms. 90/150
- Identify each set as finite or infinite. Then determine whether 10 is an element of the set. {4, 5, 6,...., 15...
- Evaluate each expression. |-10|
- In Exercises 1–12, find each absolute value. -|-2/5|
- Write each fraction in lowest terms. 100/140
- Evaluate each expression. |-15|
- Write each fraction in lowest terms. 18/90
- Identify each set as finite or infinite. Then determine whether 10 is an element of the set. {1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8...
- Evaluate each expression. -|4/7|
- State the name of the property illustrated: 3+17 = 17+3
- In Exercises 1–14, write each number in decimal notation without the use of exponents. -6.00001X10¹⁰
- Use the product rule to simplify the expressions in Exercises 13–22. In Exercises 17–22, assume that variables...
- Write each fraction in lowest terms. 16/64
- Evaluate each expression. -|7/2|
- State the name of the property illustrated: (6 • 3) • 9 = 6 • (3 • 9)
- Identify each set as finite or infinite. Then determine whether 10 is an element of the set. {x | x is a natur...
- Evaluate each expression. -|-3|
- In Exercises 15–30, write each number in scientific notation. 32,000
- Use the product rule to simplify the expressions in Exercises 13–22. In Exercises 17–22, assume that variables...
- Evaluate each expression. -|-12|
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. |25| = |-25|
- In Exercises 15–30, write each number in scientific notation. 638,000,000,000,000,000
- Identify each set as finite or infinite. Then determine whether 10 is an element of the set. {x | x is a fract...
- The formula C=5/9(F-32) expresses the relationship between Fahrenheit temperature, F, and Celsius temperature,...
- Write each improper fraction as a mixed number. 17/12
- Write each improper fraction as a mixed number. 16/9
- State the name of the property illustrated: (3 • 7) + (4 • 7) = (4 • 7) + (3 •7)
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. |5+(-13) | = |5| + |-13|
- A football was kicked vertically upward from a height of 4 feet with an initial speed of 60 feet per second. T...
- In Exercises 15–30, write each number in scientific notation. -317
- Use set notation, and list all the elements of each set. {12, 13, 14,..., 20}
- Write each improper fraction as a mixed number. 77/12
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. |8-12| = |8| - |12|
- In Exercises 21–28, find the intersection of the sets. {1,2,3,4}∩{2,4,5}
- In Exercises 15–30, write each number in scientific notation. -5716
- Use set notation, and list all the elements of each set. {1, 1/2, 1/4, ...., 1/32} .
- Write each mixed number as an improper fraction. 2(3/5)
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. |11| * |-6| = |-66|
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. |-5| * |6| = |-5*6|
- Use set notation, and list all the elements of each set. {17, 22, 27, .. , 47}
- In Exercises 15–30, write each number in scientific notation. 0.0027
- In Exercises 21–28, find the intersection of the sets. {s,e,t}∩{t,e,s}
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. |-14| / |2| = |-14/2|
- Use set notation, and list all the elements of each set. {74, 68, 62, ..., 38}
- Evaluate each exponential expression: (-3)^3 (-2)^2
- Use set notation, and list all the elements of each set. {x | x is a natural number greater than 8 and less th...
- In Exercises 15–30, write each number in scientific notation. -0.00000000504
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (4/5)*(6/7)
- Evaluate each exponential expression: 2^(-4) + 4^(-1)
- Use set notation, and list all the elements of each set. {x | x is a natural number not greater than 4}
- Evaluate each exponential expression: 5^(-3) • 5
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (5/9)*(2/7)
- Evaluate each exponential expression: (3^3)/(3^6)
- Insert ∈ or ∉ in each blank to make the resulting statement true. 6 _____ {3, 4, 5, 6}
- In Exercises 15–30, write each number in scientific notation. 0.007
- In Exercises 21–28, find the intersection of the sets. {a,b,c,d}∩∅
- Find each sum or difference. -6 + (-13)
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (3/20)*(5/21)
- Simplify each exponential expression: (-2x^4y^3)^3
- Insert ∈ or ∉ in each blank to make the resulting statement true. 5 ____ {4, 6, 8, 10}
- In Exercises 15–30, write each number in scientific notation. 3.14159
- Find each sum or difference. -15+6
- Simplify each exponential expression: (-5x^3y^2)(-2x^(-11)y^(-2))
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (1/8)*(10/7)
- Insert ∈ or ∉ in each blank to make the resulting statement true. 13 _____ {3, 5, 12, 14}
- In Exercises 29–34, find the union of the sets. {1,3,5,7}∪{2,4,6,8,10}
- Find each sum or difference. 13 + (-4)
- In Exercises 31–50, perform the indicated computations. Write the answers in scientific notation. If necessary...
- Insert ∈ or ∉ in each blank to make the resulting statement true. 0 _____ {0, 2, 3, 4}
- Insert ∈ or ∉ in each blank to make the resulting statement true. 0 _____ {0, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10}
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (21/8)*(4/7)
- Find each sum or difference. -7/3 + 3/4
- In Exercises 31–50, perform the indicated computations. Write the answers in scientific notation. If necessary...
- Write each number in decimal notation: 7.45*10^(-5)
- In Exercises 29–34, find the union of the sets. {e,m,p,t,y} ∪ ∅
- Write each number in scientific notation. 3,590,000
- Find each sum or difference. -2.8 + 4.5
- In Exercises 35–38, list all numbers from the given set that are a. natural numbers, b. whole numbers, c. inte...
- In Exercises 31–50, perform the indicated computations. Write the answers in scientific notation. If necessary...
- Insert ∈ or ∉ in each blank to make the resulting statement true. {0} _____ {0, 1, 2, 5}
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 3(1/4)*1(2/3)
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 2(2/3)*1(3/5)
- Insert ∈ or ∉ in each blank to make the resulting statement true. {2} ____ {2, 4, 6, 8}
- Perform the indicated operation and write the answer in decimal notation. (3*10^3)(1.3*10^2)
- Insert ∈ or ∉ in each blank to make the resulting statement true. . 0 ____ ∅
- Find each sum or difference. 4 - 9
- In Exercises 35–38, list all numbers from the given set that are a. natural numbers, b. whole numbers, c. inte...
- In Exercises 33–38, find the union of the sets. { a, e, i, o, u } ⋃ ∅
- Insert ∈ or ∉ in each blank to make the resulting statement true. ∅ ____ ∅
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (6/11)/(5/4)
- Find each sum or difference. -6 - 5
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. 3 ∈ {2, 5, 6, 8}
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (7/5)/(3/10)
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. 6 ∈ {2, 5, 8, 9}
- Use the product rule to simplify the expressions in Exercises 41 - 44. In exercises 43 - 44, assume that varia...
- Find each sum or difference. 8 - (-13)
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. 1 ∈ {11, 5, 4, 3, 1}
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (24/7)/(6/21)
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (3/4)/12
- Determine whether each statement in Exercises 43–50 is true or false. -13 ≤ -2
- Simplify each exponential expression in Exercises 23–64. (−3x^2 y^5)^2
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. 9 ∉ {8, 5, 2, 1}
- Find each sum or difference. -12.31 - (2.13)
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. (2/5)/30
- Use the quotient rule to simplify the expressions in Exercises 45-46. √(121/4)
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. {2, 5, 8, 9} = {2, 5, 9, 8}
- Find each sum or difference. 9/10 - (-4/3)
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. {3, 0, 9, 6, 2} = {2, 9, 0, 3, 6}
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 8/(4/9)
- Find each sum or difference. |-8 - 6|
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. {5, 8, 9} = {5, 8, 9, 0}
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 6(3/4)/(3/8)
- Determine whether each statement in Exercises 43–50 is true or false. -π ≥ - π
- Simplify each exponential expression in Exercises 23–64. (−5x^4 y)(−6x^7 y^11)
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. {x | x is a natural number less than 3}= {1, 2}
- Find each sum or difference. -2 - |-4|
- Determine whether each statement in Exercises 43–50 is true or false. 0 ≥ -6
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 2(1/2)/1(5/7)
- Find each sum or difference. 16 - | -13|
- Find each product or quotient where possible. -8(-5)
- Let A = {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12}, B = {2, 4, 8, 10}, C = {4, 10, 12}, D = {2, 10}, andU = {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14}...
- In Exercises 51–60, rewrite each expression without absolute value bars. |300|
- In Exercises 51–58, solve each equation. Express the solution in scientific notation. (2X10⁻⁵)x = 1.2X10⁹
- Multiply or divide as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 2(5/8)/1(15/32)
- Let A = {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12}, B = {2, 4, 8, 10}, C = {4, 10, 12}, D = {2, 10}, andU = {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14}...
- Find each product or quotient where possible. 5(-7)
- In Exercises 51–60, rewrite each expression without absolute value bars. |12 - π|
- In Exercises 51–58, solve each equation. Express the solution in scientific notation. x / 2X10⁸ =-3.1X10⁻⁵
- In Exercises 51–60, rewrite each expression without absolute value bars. |7 - π|
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed.2/9 + 5/9
- Let A = {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12}, B = {2, 4, 8, 10}, C = {4, 10, 12}, D = {2, 10}, andU = {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14}...
- Find each product or quotient where possible. 4(0)
- In Exercises 51–58, solve each equation. Express the solution in scientific notation. x-(7.2X10¹⁸)=8.4X10¹⁸
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 7/12 + 1/12
- Find each product or quotient where possible. 0(-8)
- In Exercises 51–60, rewrite each expression without absolute value bars. -3/|-3|
- In Exercises 51–58, solve each equation. Express the solution in scientific notation. (-1.2X10⁻³)x=(1.8X10⁻⁴)...
- Find each product or quotient where possible. -5/2 (-12/25)
- In Exercises 51–60, rewrite each expression without absolute value bars. ||-3|-|-7||
- Find each product or quotient where possible. -3/8 (-24/9)
- In Exercises 59–70, evaluate each exponential expression. (-10)^2
- In Exercises 61–66, evaluate each algebraic expression for x=2 and y=-5. |x+y|
- In Exercises 59–70, evaluate each exponential expression. -10^2
- Find each product or quotient where possible. -0.5(-0.6)
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 3(1/8) + 2(1/4)
- Insert ⊆ or s in each blank to make the resulting statement true. {2, 4, 6} ____ {2, 3, 4, 5, 6}
- Evaluate each expression 16^(1/2)
- In Exercises 59–70, evaluate each exponential expression. (-2)^3
- Find each product or quotient where possible. -0.06(0.4)
- In Exercises 61–66, evaluate each algebraic expression for x=2 and y=-5. |x|+|y|
- Insert ⊆ or s in each blank to make the resulting statement true. {1, 5} ____ {0, 1, 2, 3, 5}
- Insert ⊆ or s in each blank to make the resulting statement true. {0, 1, 2} ____ {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}
- Evaluate each expression 125^(-1/3)
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 7/9-2/9
- Find each product or quotient where possible. -14/2
- In Exercises 59–70, evaluate each exponential expression. (-1)^4
- In Exercises 65–76, write each number in decimal notation without the use of exponents. 9.2×10^2
- Insert ⊆ or s in each blank to make the resulting statement true. {5, 6, 7, 8} ____ {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7}
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 13/15 - 3/15
- Find each product or quotient where possible. -24/-4
- In Exercises 59–70, evaluate each exponential expression. (-1)^33
- In Exercises 67–74, express the distance between the given numbers using absolute value. Then find the distanc...
- Insert ⊆ or s in each blank to make the resulting statement true. ∅ ____ {1, 4, 6, 8}
- Evaluate each expression 27^(-4/3)
- Insert ⊆ or s in each blank to make the resulting statement true. ∅ ____ ∅
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 7/12 - 1/3
- Find each product or quotient where possible. 100/-25
- In Exercises 59–70, evaluate each exponential expression. - (-1/2)^3
- In Exercises 67–74, express the distance between the given numbers using absolute value. Then find the distanc...
- Simplify using properties of exponents. [5x^(2/3)][4x^(1/4)]
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. {5, 7, 9, 19} ∩ {7, 9, 11, 15} = {7, 9}
- In Exercises 65–76, write each number in decimal notation without the use of exponents. −8.17×10^6
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 7/12-1/9
- Find each product or quotient where possible. 0/-8
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. [6, 12, 14, 16} ∪ {6, 14, 19} = {6, 14}
- In Exercises 67–74, express the distance between the given numbers using absolute value. Then find the distanc...
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 4(3/4) - 1(2/5)
- Find each product or quotient where possible. 5/0
- In Exercises 65–76, write each number in decimal notation without the use of exponents. −3.14×10^−3
- In Exercises 75–84, state the name of the property illustrated. 6+(−4)=(−4)+6
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. {3, 5, 9, 10} ∩ ∅ = {3, 5, 9, 10}
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 8(2/9)-4(2/3)
- Find each product or quotient where possible. -10/17 / (-12/5)
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. {3, 5, 9, 10} ∪ ∅ = {3, 5, 9, 10}
- Add or subtract as indicated. Write answers in lowest terms as needed. 7(5/12)-4(5/6)
- In Exercises 65–76, write each number in decimal notation without the use of exponents. −7.00001×10^10
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. {1, 2, 4} ∪ {1, 2, 4} = {1, 2, 4}
- In Exercises 75–84, state the name of the property illustrated. 6+(2+7)=(6+2)+7
- Find each product or quotient where possible. 12/13 / -4/3
- In Exercises 77–86, write each number in scientific notation. 64,000
- Find each product or quotient where possible. 7/6 / -2/3
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. ∅ ∪ ∅ = ∅
- In the decimal number 367.9412, name the digit that has each place value. (a) tens (b) tenths (c) thousandths...
- In the decimal number 367.9412, name the digit that has each place value. (a) tens (b) tenths (c) thousandths...
- In the decimal number 367.9412, name the digit that has each place value. (a) tens (b) tenths (c) thousandths...
- Determine whether each statement is true or false. ∅ ∩ ∅ = ∅
- In Exercises 75–84, state the name of the property illustrated. 7⋅(11⋅8)=(11⋅8)⋅7
- In Exercises 77–86, write each number in scientific notation. 579,000,000,000,000,000
- Write a decimal number that has 5 in the thousands place, 0 in the tenths place, and 4 in the ten-thousandths ...
- Let U = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13}, M = {0, 2, 4, 6, 8}, N = {1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13}, Q = ...
- Evaluate each expression. -2^4
- For the decimal number 46.249, round to the place value indicated. (a) hundredths (b) tenths (c) ones or unit...
- For the decimal number 46.249, round to the place value indicated. (a) hundredths (b) tenths (c) ones or unit...
- For the decimal number 46.249, round to the place value indicated. (a) hundredths (b) tenths (c) ones or unit...
- Round each decimal to the nearest thousandth. (a) 0.8 (line above 8) (b) 0.4 (line above 4) (c) 0.9762 (d) 0.8...
- Write 40,610,000 in scientific notation. (Section 1.7, Example 2)
- Round each decimal to the nearest thousandth. (a) 0.8 (line above 8) (b) 0.4 (line above 4) (c) 0.9762 (d) 0.8...
- Evaluate each expression. -3^5
- In Exercises 77–86, write each number in scientific notation. −3829
- Round each decimal to the nearest thousandth. (a) 0.8 (line above 8) (b) 0.4 (line above 4) (c) 0.9762 (d) 0.8...
- Evaluate each expression. (-2)^4
- In Exercises 75–84, state the name of the property illustrated. 1/(x+3) (x+3)=1, x≠−3
- Let U = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13}, M = {0, 2, 4, 6, 8}, N = {1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13}, Q = ...
- Write each decimal as a fraction. (Do not write in lowest terms.) 0.4
- In Exercises 83–90, evaluate each expression without using a calculator. 36^(1/2)
- Evaluate each expression. (-2)^6
- In Exercises 77–86, write each number in scientific notation. 0.0083
- Write each decimal as a fraction. (Do not write in lowest terms.) 0.6
- Evaluate each expression. (-3)^5
- Let U = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13}, M = {0, 2, 4, 6, 8}, N = {1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13}, Q = ...
- In Exercises 77–86, write each number in scientific notation. −0.00000000405
- Write each decimal as a fraction. (Do not write in lowest terms.) 0.82
- Evaluate each expression. (-2)^5
- In Exercises 83–90, evaluate each expression without using a calculator. 27^(1/3)
- Evaluate each expression. -4 * 5³
- Write each decimal as a fraction. (Do not write in lowest terms.) 0.104
- Write each decimal as a fraction. (Do not write in lowest terms.) 0.043
- Write each decimal as a fraction. (Do not write in lowest terms.) 0.087
- Evaluate each expression. 9*3 - 16/4
- In Exercises 87–106, perform the indicated computations. Write the answers in scientific notation. If necessar...
- Add or subtract as indicated. 25.32 + 109.2 + 8.574
- Evaluate each expression. (4-2³)(-2+√25)
- In Exercises 87–106, perform the indicated computations. Write the answers in scientific notation. If necessar...
- In Exercises 91–100, simplify using properties of exponents. (20x^1/2)/(5x^1/4)
- Evaluate each expression. (5-3²)(√16-2³)
- Evaluate each expression. (-2/9 -1/4) - {-5/18 - (-1/2)}
- Add or subtract as indicated. 28.73 - 3.12
- In Exercises 87–106, perform the indicated computations. Write the answers in scientific notation. If necessar...
- Add or subtract as indicated. 46.88 - 13.45
- Evaluate each expression. [-8+(-4)(-6)/12] / [4-(-3)]
- Evaluate each expression. 15/5*4/6-8 / -6-(-5)-8/2
- Add or subtract as indicated. 345.1 - 56.31
- Add or subtract as indicated. 3.87 + 15 + 2.9
- Add or subtract as indicated. 32.56 + 47.356 + 1.8
- Add or subtract as indicated. 75.2 + 123.96 + 3.897
- Add or subtract as indicated. 18 - 2.789
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 12.8 * 9.1
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 34.04 * 0.56
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 22.41 * 33
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 0.07 * 0.004
- Let A = { -6, - 12/4 , - 5/8 , - √3, 0, 1/4 , 1, 2π, 3, √12}. List all the elements of A that belong to each s...
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 78.65/11
- Let A = { -6, - 12/4 , - 5/8 , - √3, 0, 1/4 , 1, 2π, 3, √12}. List all the elements of A that belong to each s...
- Identify the property illustrated in each statement. Assume all variables represent real numbers. 6*12+6*15=6(...
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 32.48/11.6
- Let A = { -6, - 12/4 , - 5/8 , - √3, 0, 1/4 , 1, 2π, 3, √12}. List all the elements of A that belong to each s...
- Identify the property illustrated in each statement. Assume all variables represent real numbers. (t-6)*(1/t-6...
- Multiply or divide as indicated.19.967/9.74
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 44.4788/5.27
- Identify the property illustrated in each statement. Assume all variables represent real numbers. (7.5-y)+0=7....
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 785.91 * 10
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 57.116 * 100
- Identify the property illustrated in each statement. Assume all variables represent real numbers. 5(t+3) = (t+...
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 0.094 * 1000
- Identify the property illustrated in each statement. Assume all variables represent real numbers. (38+99) +1 =...
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 1.62/10
- Identify the property illustrated in each statement. Assume all variables represent real numbers. 5𝜋 is a rea...
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 124.03 /100
- Multiply or divide as indicated. 23.29/1000
- Complete the table of fraction, decimal and percent equivalents. Fraction in lowest terms(or Whole Number) 1/1...
- Complete the table of fraction, decimal and percent equivalents. Fraction in lowest terms(or Whole Number) 1/5...
- Complete the table of fraction, decimal and percent equivalents. Fraction in lowest terms(or Whole Number) ? ...
- Complete the table of fraction, decimal and percent equivalents. Fraction in lowest terms(or Whole Number) 1/1...
- Complete the table of fraction, decimal and percent equivalents. Fraction in lowest terms(or Whole Number) ? ...
- Complete the table of fraction, decimal and percent equivalents. Fraction in lowest terms(or Whole Number) 1/...
- Complete the table of fraction, decimal and percent equivalents. Fraction in lowest terms(or Whole Number) ? D...
- Use the distributive property to calculate each value mentally. 72*17+28*17
- Use the distributive property to calculate each value mentally. 123 5/8 * 1 1/2 - 23 5/8 * 1 1/2
- Complete the table of fraction, decimal and percent equivalents. Fraction in lowest terms(or Whole Number) 1 D...
- Write each fraction as a decimal. For repeating decimals, write the answer by first using bar notation and the...
- Write each fraction as a decimal. For repeating decimals, write the answer by first using bar notation and the...
- Write each fraction as a decimal. For repeating decimals, write the answer by first using bar notation and the...
- Write in scientific notation: 8,034,000,000. (Section 1.7, Example 2)
- Write each percent as a decimal. 54%
- Write each percent as a decimal. 39%
- Write each percent as a decimal. 7%
- Write each percent as a decimal. 4%
- Write each percent as a decimal. 117%
- Write each percent as a decimal. 2.4%
- Write each percent as a decimal. 6 1/4%
- Write each percent as a decimal. 5 1/2%
- Exercises 159–161 will help you prepare for the material covered in the next section. If 6.2 is multiplied by ...
- Write each decimal as a percent. 0.83
- Write each decimal as a percent. 0.02
- Write each decimal as a percent. 0.08
- Write each decimal as a percent. 0.004
- Write each decimal as a percent. 0.005
- Write each decimal as a percent. 0.4
- Write each decimal as a percent. 0.6
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 51%
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 47%
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 15%
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 35%
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 2%
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 8%
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 140%
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 180%
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 7.5%
- Write each percent as a fraction. Give answers in lowest terms. 2.5%
- Write each fraction as a percent. 4/5
- Write each fraction as a percent. 3/25
- Write each fraction as a percent. 7/50
- Write each fraction as a percent. 9/20
- Write each fraction as a percent. 2/11
- Write each fraction as a percent. 4/9
- Write each fraction as a percent. 9/4
- Write each fraction as a percent. 8/5