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## Math115, Chapter P Textbook Notes

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# Math115, Chapter P Textbook Notes MATH 115

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More of a review of the fundamental concepts of algebra.
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Ellen M. Johnson
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Math 115 Textbook Notes: Chapter P the Fundamental Concepts of Algebra 1  Exponential Notation: b = b · b · b ·… ·b (Factors of n)  Set: {1, 2, 3, 4, 5,}  Union of Set: A U B = A or B  Intersection of Set: A Ƞ B = A and B  Subsets of the Real Numbers Name Description Examples Natural The # that we use for counting 2, 3, 5, 17 # Whole # Whole #’s that includes 0 and natural # 0, 2, 3, 5, 17 Integers Includes the negatives of the natural # and whole # -17, -5, -3, -2, 0, 2, 3, 5, 17 Rational All #s that can be expressed as a quotient of two -17=-17/1, 5= 5/1, 2/5=0.4, # integers -3, 2, 0 Irrational All # whose decimals are neither termination nor √2=1.414214,− 3√ = # repeating -1.73205  Real Numbers # that are either rational or irrational Symbo Meaning Example Explanation ls a ≤ b a is less than or equal to b 2 ≤ 9 Because 2 < 9 9 ≤ 9 Because 9 = 9 a ≥ b a is greater than or equal to b 9 ≥ 2 Because 9 > 2 2 ≥ 2 Because 2 = 2  Absolute Value distance from 0 to a  The Product Rule b · b = b m+n  The Quotient Rule b /b = b m-, b≠ 0 0  The Zero Exponent Rule b = 1  The Negative Exponent Rule b = 1/b n  The Power Rule (b ) = b mn n n n  Products to Power (ab) = a b  Quotient to Power (a/b) = a /b n 2 2  Simplifying √a = │ a │ (e.g. √ −6 ) = │-6│= 6  The Product Rule for Square Roots √ ab= √ √b∧ a√ √= ab √ √a  The Quotient Rule for Square Roots b= √/b √ n √a = a,n odd  Nth roots of perfect nth powers {a|,∧neven n n  The Principal nth Root of a Real Number √a=bmeansb =a n  a 1/= √a 1  a -1=n n √ a n  a m/n =√a m  F. O. I. L.  (ax + b)(cx + d) = ax · cx + ax · d + b· cx + b · d  (A + B)(A - B)= A – B 2 2 2 2  (A + B) = A + 2AB + B  (A - B) = A – 2AB + B 2  (A + B) = A + 3A B + 3AB + B 2 3 3 3 2 2 3  (A-B) = A – 3A B + 3AB – B  S. O. A. P. = Same Sign Opposite Sign Always Plus 3 3 2 2 o A + B = (A + B)(A - AB + B ) o A – B = (A – B)(A + AB + B ) 2  Least Common Denominator o Step 1: Factor out to the point where it is fully simplified o Step 2: List factors of the first denominator o Step 3: List the factors of both o Determine the LCD by multiplying all the factors in Step 3 together  Simplifying a Complex Rational Expression o Step 1: Add to get a single rational expression in the numerator o Step 2: Subtract to get a single rational exponent in the denominator o Step 3: Perform the division

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