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D) 61- 92 = - 54 Different signs; product is negative. 015 (g) - 6 = - 61 2 1- 62 = - 4 3 NOW TRY OBJECTIVE 5 Find reciprocals and divide real numbers. The definition of division depends on the idea of a multiplicative inverse, or reciprocal. Two numbers are reciprocals if they have a product of 1. Reciprocal The reciprocal of a nonzero number a is 1a . The table gives several numbers and their reciprocals. 05 20 0 None A B =1 7 11 11 7 Reciprocals have a product of 1. 051202 = 1 There is no reciprocal for 0 because there is no number that can be multiplied by 0 to give a product of 1.
5x | x 6 56 103. 5x | x … 66 104. 5x | x Ú - 36 105. 56 106. 16 CHAPTER 1 Review of the Real Number System 107. 5x | 2 … x … 76 108. 5x | - 3 … x … - 26 109. 5x | - 4 6 x … 36 110. 5x | 3 … x 6 66 111. 5x | 0 6 x … 36 112. 5x | - 1 … x 6 66 The graph shows egg production in millions of eggs in selected states for 2005 and 2006. Use this graph to work Exercises 113–116. 113. In 2006, which states had production greater than 6000 million eggs? 114. In which of the states was 2006 egg production less than 2005 egg production?
EXAMPLE 6 # Using the Order of Operations Simplify. ͙36 - 4 - 2 2 - 8 # 3 + 13 5 + 1- 2 32122 32 6 # ͙9 - 9 = # Work separately above and below the fraction bar. 4 5 + 1- 82122 6 # 3 - 9 = 5 - 16 18 - 36 = - 11 , or - 18 # 4 Evaluate the power and the root. Multiply. 11 18 Subtract; -a -b = a b NOW TRY OBJECTIVE 4 Evaluate algebraic expressions for given values of variables. Any sequence of numbers, variables, operation symbols, and/or grouping symbols formed in accordance with the rules of algebra is called an algebraic expression.