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Otherwise, any scientific calculator will be sufficient for the problems in this chapter. ” This notation as well as other improvements in algebra may be found in his Geometry, published in 1637. If n is a natural number, x n denotes the product of n factors, each equal to x. In this section, the meaning of x n will be expanded to allow the exponent n to be any rational number. 140 61ր2 14Ϫ5ր3 Z Integer Exponents If a is a real number, then a6 ϭ a ؒ a ؒ a ؒ a ؒ a ؒ a 6 factors of a In the expression a6, 6 is called an exponent and a is called the base.
216m y 3 90. ECONOMICS If in the United States in 2007 the gross domestic product (GDP) was about $14,074,000,000,000 and the population was about 301,000,000, estimate to three significant digits the GDP per person. Write your answer in scientific notation and in standard decimal form. 91. ECONOMICS The number of units N of a finished product produced from the use of x units of labor and y units of capital for a particular Third World country is approximated by 2ր3 43. 125 89. ECONOMICS If in the United States in 2007 the national debt was about $8,868,000,000,000 and the population was about 301,000,000, estimate to three significant digits each individual’s share of the national debt.
6. Add (a) and (b). 7. Subtract (b) from (a). 8. Subtract (a) from (b). In Problems 15–22, perform the indicated operations and simplify. 15. 2(x Ϫ 1) ϩ 3(2x Ϫ 3) Ϫ (4x Ϫ 5) 16. 2y Ϫ 3y [4 Ϫ 2( y Ϫ 1)] 17. qxd 30 10/12/09 CHAPTER R 4:36 PM Page 30 BASIC ALGEBRAIC OPERATIONS 18. (5y Ϫ 1)(3 Ϫ 2y) 19. (3x ϩ 2y)(x Ϫ 3y) 65. 2(x ϩ h)2 Ϫ 3(x ϩ h) Ϫ (2x2 Ϫ 3x) 20. (4x Ϫ y)2 21. (a ϩ b)(a2 Ϫ ab ϩ b2) 66. Ϫ4(x ϩ h)2 ϩ 6(x ϩ h) Ϫ (Ϫ4x2 ϩ 6x) 2 2 22. (a Ϫ b)(a ϩ ab ϩ b ) 67. (x ϩ h)3 Ϫ 2(x ϩ h)2 Ϫ (x3 Ϫ 2x2) In Problems 23–28, factor out, relative to the integers, all factors common to all terms.
College Algebra with Trigonometry, (9th Edition) by Raymond A. Barnett; Michael R. Ziegler; Karl E. Byleen; Dave Sobecki;