Algebra by Laurie Boswell, Timothy D. Kanold, Lee Stiff, Holt Mcdougal

By Laurie Boswell, Timothy D. Kanold, Lee Stiff, Holt Mcdougal

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6 ᭤ Source: International Motion Picture Almanac a. Draw a line graph of the data. b. During which three years did the average cost decrease from the prior year? c. Which year showed the greatest decrease? FOCUS ON CAREERS SOLUTION a.

The product of 16 and x is less than 32. E. 16x > 32 61. The fourth power of x is 16. F. x º 16 = 32 62. The sum of 16 and x is less than or equal to 32. G. 16x = 32 63. The quotient of x and 16 is greater than 32. x H. ᎏᎏ ≥ 32 16 64. The product of 16 and x is greater than 32. I. 16x < 32 65. COMPUTER CENTER Your school is building a new computer center. Four hundred square feet of the center will be available for computer stations. Each station requires 20 square feet. You want to find how many computer stations can be placed in the new center.

The step-by-step problem solving techniques invented by al-Khwarizmi are called algorithms—a Latinized form of al-Khwarizmi. TODAY, computer programmers use algorithms to write new programs. Algorithms are also an important part of every algebra course. In this chapter you learned the following algorithm. Write a verbal model. Assign labels. Write an algebraic model. 1. Write a word problem and use the algorithm shown to solve the problem. 2. Give two more examples of step-by-step methods you have learned in your study of mathematics.

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