By Mary Jane Sterling
Along with being an incredible region of math for daily use, algebra is a passport to learning topics like calculus, trigonometry, quantity conception, and geometry, simply to identify a number of. to appreciate algebra is to own the facility to develop your abilities and data so that you can ace your classes and doubtless pursue additional examine in math.
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5 . The solution for this problem is simple enough, but there’s more to the square root rule than meets the eye. For instance, what if you have a coefficient on the x term? The equation 6x2 = 96 doesn’t strictly follow the format for the square root rule because of the coefficient 6, but you can get to the proper form pretty quickly. You divide each side of the equation by the coefficient; in this case, you get x2 = 16; now you’re in business. Taking the square root of each side, you get x = ± 4.
You have it. You want (2x 3)(3x 4). You will multiply the 3 and 3x because they’re in different parentheses — not the same one. The difference has to be negative, so you can put the negative sign in front of the 3 in the first binomial: 6x2 – x – 12 = (2x – 3)(3x + 4). Factoring four or more terms by grouping When four or more terms come together to form an expression, you have bigger challenges in the factoring. As with an expression with fewer terms, you always look for a greatest common factor first.
1/m m The second rule may look familiar — it’s one of the rules that govern changing from radicals to fractional exponents (see Chapter 4 for more on dealing with radicals and fractional exponents). Here’s an example of how you apply the two rules when simplifying an expression: 3 _ x 4i 6 $x 9 = 3 x 24 $ x 9 = 3 x 33 = x 33/3 = x 11 Chapter 1: Going Beyond Beginning Algebra Making nice with negative exponents You use negative exponents to indicate that a number or variable belongs in the denominator of the term: 1 a-1 = a a - n = 1n a Writing variables with negative exponents allows you to combine those variables with other factors that share the same base.
Algebra II For Dummies by Mary Jane Sterling