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Extra resources for 1,001 Algebra I Practice Problems For Dummies
9xy + 4xy – 5xy 260. –9(5y) 253. 5z – 3 – 2z + 7 261. 254. 6y + 4 – 3 – 8y 262. 255. 7a + 2b + ab – 3 + 4a – 2b – 5ab 263. 3xy(4xy2) 256. 3x2 + 2x – 1 + 4x2 – 5x + 3 264. –5yz2(3y2z) 257. 9 – 3z + 4 – 7ab + 6b – ab – 4 265. 258. x + 3 – y + 4 – z2 + 5 – 2 266. Chapter 6: Creating More User-Friendly Algebraic Expressions Simplifying Expressions Using the Order of Operations 275. 267–286 Simplify, applying the order of operations. 267. 268. 269. 270. 271. 272. 273. 274. 276. 277. 4(6 – 3) 278. 5(–3 + 2) 279.
380. Chapter 8: Dividing Algebraic Expressions 381. 388. 382. 389. 383. 390. 384. 391. 385. 392. Using Long Division to Divide with Binomials 386–395 Divide each numerator by the binomial, using long division. Write any remainders as fractions. 386. 387. 393. 394. 395.
Y + 2)(y2 – 2y + 4) 358. (2x + 3)6 363. (z – 4)(z2 + 4z + 16) 359. (3x + 2y)4 364. (3x – 2)(9x2 + 6x + 4) 360. (2z – 3w)5 365. (5z + 2w)(25z2 – 10zw + 4w2) 45 46 Part I: The Questions Chapter 8 Dividing Algebraic Expressions D ivision is the opposite or inverse of multiplication. Instead of adding exponents, you subtract the exponents of like variables. When dividing an expression containing several terms by an expression containing just one term, you have two possible situations: the divisor evenly divides each term, meaning fractions formed from each term and the divisor reduce to denominators of 1, or the divisor doesn’t evenly divide one or more of the terms.