By R. Aufmann

ISBN-10: 0840054289

ISBN-13: 9780840054289

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Find the integers. 6. Find three consecutive odd integers such that three times the middle integer is seven more than the sum of the first and third integers. 3 Value Mixture and Motion Problems Objective 1 Value mixture problems A solution of a value mixture problem is based on the equation AC = V, where A is the amount of the ingredient, C is the cost per unit of the ingredient, and V is the value of the ingredient. 3 Value Mixture and Motion Problems 23 Copyright 2010 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved.

Chapter 3 Image copyright George Muresan, 2010. com. Linear Functions and Inequalities in Two Variables Prep Test 2. Simplify: ( −6)2 + ( −8)2 1. Simplify: -4(x - 3) 3. Simplify: 3 − ( −5) 2−6 4. Evaluate -2x + 5 for x = -3. 5. Evaluate 2r for r = 5. r −1 6. Evaluate 2p3 - 3p + 4 for p = -1. x1 + x2 for x1 = 7 8. Given 3x - 4y = 12, find the 2 and x2 = -5. value of x when y = 0. 7. Evaluate 37 Copyright 2010 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part.

Find 2000 on the horizontal axis. Follow that mark up vertically to determine the number of computer majors in the fall of that year. B. Find the horizontal line that represents 19,000. Determine the year for which the number of students is below that line. A. In the fall of 2000, 23,000 students were computer majors. Solution B. The number of computer majors was less than 19,000 in 2003. Exercises Solve. a. What was the consumer debt in 2001? b. 9 trillion? c. Looking at the trend of the data, would you expect consumer debt in 2004 to be greater than or less than consumer debt in 2003?

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