By Charles P. McKeague
Studying uncomplicated arithmetic is simple and interesting with this mixed text/workbook! easy university arithmetic is infused with Pat McKeague's ardour for instructing arithmetic. With years of lecture room adventure, he understands the right way to write in a manner that you'll comprehend and savour. McKeague's confirmed "EPAS" process (Example, perform challenge, resolution, and answer) strikes you thru each one new idea comfortably whereas assisting you get a divorce challenge fixing into potential steps. Real-world functions in each bankruptcy of this hassle-free booklet spotlight the relevance of what you're studying.
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Extra resources for Basic College Mathematics: A Text Workbook, 3rd Edition
Write a subtraction problem using the number 234 that involves borrowing from the tens column to the ones column. 3. Write a subtraction problem using the number 234 in which the answer is 111. Answers 4. a. 373 b. 1,980 4. Describe how you would subtract the number 56 from the number 93. 4 A Perform the indicated operation. [Examples 1, 2, 4] 1. Subtract 24 from 56. 2. Subtract 71 from 89. 3. Subtract 23 from 45. 4. Subtract 97 from 98. 5. Find the difference of 29 and 19. 6. Find the difference of 37 and 27.
Ten thousand Add 1 to get 10 to the nearest hundred 88 4. Round 376,804,909 to the 1,000 n 973 88n 3. Round 980 to the nearest a. hundred b. thousand Replaced with zeros Table 1 gives more examples of rounding. TABLE 1 Rounded to the Nearest Original Number 6,914 8,485 5,555 1,234 House Payments $10,200 Ten Hundred Thousand 6,910 8,490 5,560 1,230 6,900 8,500 5,600 1,200 7,000 8,000 6,000 1,000 Taxes $6,137 Miscellaneous $6,142 Entertainment $2,142 Car Expenses $4,847 Rule If we are doing calculations and are asked to round our answer, we do all our arithmetic ﬁrst and then round the result.
1. Describe the process you would use to round the number 5,382 to the nearest thousand. 2. Describe the process you would use to round the number 47,256,344 to the nearest ten thousand. 3. Find a number not containing the digit 7 that will round to 700 when rounded to the nearest hundred. 4. When I ask a class of students to round the number 7,499 to the nearest thousand, a few students will give the answer as 8,000. In what way are these students using the rule for rounding numbers incorrectly?
Basic College Mathematics: A Text Workbook, 3rd Edition by Charles P. McKeague