By Earl Swokowski, Jeffery A. Cole
The newest variation within the hugely revered Swokowski/Cole precalculus sequence keeps the weather that experience made it so well-liked by teachers and scholars alike: its exposition is apparent, the time-tested workout units function quite a few functions, its uncluttered format is beautiful, and the trouble point of difficulties is acceptable and constant. Mathematically sound, ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY, vintage version, 12E, successfully prepares scholars for additional classes in arithmetic via its first-class, time-tested challenge units
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H) The reciprocal of f is at most 14. ( i ) The absolute value of x is less than 4. Exer. 7–8: Express the statement as an inequality. 7 (a) x is negative. Exer. 9–14: Rewrite the number without using the absolute value symbol, and simplify the result. 9 (a) ͉ Ϫ3 Ϫ 2 ͉ (b) ͉ Ϫ5 ͉ Ϫ ͉ 2 ͉ (c) ͉ 7 ͉ ϩ ͉ Ϫ4 ͉ (c) q is less than or equal to . 10 (a) ͉ Ϫ11 ϩ 1 ͉ (b) ͉ 6 ͉ Ϫ ͉ Ϫ3 ͉ (c) ͉ 8 ͉ ϩ ͉ Ϫ9 ͉ (d) d is between 4 and 2. 11 (a) ͑Ϫ5͉͒ 3 Ϫ 6 ͉ (b) ͉ Ϫ6 ͉͑͞Ϫ2͒ (c) ͉ Ϫ7 ͉ ϩ ͉ 4 ͉ (e) t is not less than 5.
Express this number in scientific form. 1 ϫ 10Ϫ31 kilogram. Express this number in decimal form. 55 Light year In astronomy, distances to stars are measured in light years. One light year is the distance a ray of light travels in one year. If the speed of light is approximately 186,000 miles per second, estimate the number of miles in one light year. 56 Milky Way galaxy (a) Astronomers have estimated that the Milky Way galaxy contains 100 billion stars. Express this number in scientific form. (b) The diameter d of the Milky Way galaxy is estimated as 100,000 light years.
61 Tornado pressure When a tornado passes near a building, there is a rapid drop in the outdoor pressure and the indoor pressure does not have time to change. 4 lb͞in2 on the walls and ceiling of the building. (a) Calculate the force in pounds exerted on 1 square foot of a wall. (b) Estimate the tons of force exerted on a wall that is 8 feet high and 40 feet wide. 62 Cattle population A rancher has 750 head of cattle consisting of 400 adults (aged 2 or more years), 150 yearlings, and 200 calves.
Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry, Classic Edition by Earl Swokowski, Jeffery A. Cole