California Algebra 2 (MGH Glencoe, 2007)()(O)(1133s) by Berchie Holliday, Beatrice Luchin, Gilbert J. Cuevas

By Berchie Holliday, Beatrice Luchin, Gilbert J. Cuevas

Holliday B., Luchin B., Cuevas G.J. California Algebra 2 (MGH Glencoe, 2007)(ISBN 0078778565)(O)(1133s)

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GEOMETRY Use the information in the figure to find the value of x. Then state the degree measures of the three angles of the triangle. (Lesson 1-3) 10. bc + (-bc) = 0 ­ÎXÊÊÓ®ƒ ( 7 )( 4 ) 4 3 11. _ 1_ =1 ­XÊʙ®ƒ ­ÓXÊÊ£®ƒ 12. 3 + (x - 1) = (3 + x) + (-1) Solve each equation. Check your solutions. Name the additive inverse and multiplicative inverse for each number. (Lesson 1-2) 6 13. _ 7 4 14. -_ 3 (Lesson 1-4) 24. a + 4 = 3 25. 3x + 2 = 1 26. 3m - 2 = -4 27. 2x + 5 - 7 = 4 28. h + 6 + 9 = 8 29.

50. If a grade of at least 90 is an A, write an inequality to find the score Flavio must receive on the fifth test to have an A test average. 51. Solve the inequality and interpret the solution. Use a graphing calculator to solve each inequality. 52. -5x - 8 < 7 53. -4(6x - 3)≤ 60 54. 3(x + 3) ≥ 2(x + 4) 55. OPEN ENDED Write an inequality for which the solution set is the empty set. 56. REASONING Explain why it is not necessary to state a division property for inequalities. 57. CHALLENGE Which of the following properties hold for inequalities?

13 - 4k ≤ 27 17. 14 > 7y - 21 18. -27 < 8m + 5 19. 6b + 11 ≥ 15 20. 2(4t + 9) ≤ 18 21. 90 ≥ 5(2r + 6) 3t + 6 22. _ < 3t + 6 k+7 23. _ - 1 < 0 2n - 6 24. _ +1>0 2 2 -3 3 5 25. 40 an hour working at Box Office Videos. Each week 25% of his total pay is deducted for taxes. 4x) ≥ 120 to determine how many hours he must work. 26. STATE FAIR Admission to a state fair is $12 per person. Bus parking costs $20. Solve 12n + 20 ≤ 600 to determine how many people can go to the fair if a group has $600 and uses only one bus.

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