Use your calculator
to evaluate these expressions. See Example 7.
Use the extended
laws of exponents. Be careful about the signs of the terms.
See Examples 1
and 2.
Use your calculator;
see Example 3.
See Examples 5
and 6.
Use your calculator
to help you plot points to graph these functions.
These are problems
in algebraic simplification. For Problem 31b, algebraically
simplify before graphing.
See Example 4.
Covert 1 second
to a fractional part of a year and then use the formula
*A* = *Pe*^{rt}. Then use *I*
= *A* - *P* to find *I*.
Use the given
formula and a calculator to answer the questions. Round
money answers to the nearest cent.
Graph the curves
by plotting points.
Graph the curves
by plotting points or using a calculator.
Graph the given
curve and then use the graph to plot the desired point.
Graph these curves
by plotting points.
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