 6.6.1: Factor completely. If the polynomial is not factorable, write prime...
 6.6.14: Factor completely. If the polynomial is not factorable, write prime...
 6.6.60: Which is not a factor of x3  x2  2x? A x B x + 1 C x  1 D x  2
 6.6.2: a2 + 5a + ab
 6.6.15: 6a2b2 + 18ab3
 6.6.61: 27x3 + y3 = A (3x + y)(3x + y)(3x + y) B (3x + y)(9x2  3xy + y2) C...
 6.6.3: 21  7y + 3x  xy
 6.6.16: 12cd3  8c2d2 + 10c5d3
 6.6.62: he measure of the largest angle of a triangle is 14 less than twice...
 6.6.4: y2 + 4y + 2y + 8
 6.6.17: 3a2bx + 15cx2y + 25ad3y
 6.6.63: Graph each polynomial function. Estimate the xcoordinates at which...
 6.6.5: z2  4z  12
 6.6.18: 8yz  6z  12y + 9
 6.6.64: f(x) = x4 + 2x3 + 3x2  7x + 4
 6.6.6: 3b2  48
 6.6.19: 3ax  15a + x  5
 6.6.65: Find p(7) and p(3) for each function. (Lesson 64) 65. p(x) = x2 ...
 6.6.7: 16w2  169
 6.6.20: y2  5y + 4
 6.6.66: p(x) = x3  11x  4
 6.6.8: h3 + 8000
 6.6.21: 2b2 + 13b  7
 6.6.67: p(x) = _2 3 x4  3x3
 6.6.9: Write each expression in quadratic form, if possible. 9. 5y4 + 7y3  8
 6.6.22: z3 + 125
 6.6.68: The perimeter of a rectangular picture is 86 inches. Twice the widt...
 6.6.10: 84n4  62n2
 6.6.23: t3  8
 6.6.69: Determine whether each relation is a function. Write yes or no.
 6.6.11: Solve each equation. 11. x4  50x2 + 49 = 0
 6.6.24: Write each expression in quadratic form, if possible. 24. 2x4 + 6x2...
 6.6.70: Determine whether each relation is a function. Write yes or no.
 6.6.12: x3  125 = 0
 6.6.25: a8 + 10a2  16
 6.6.71: Find each quotient.(x3 + 4x2  9x + 4) (x  1)
 6.6.13: The Shelby University swimming pool is in the shape of a rectangula...
 6.6.26: 11n6 + 44n3
 6.6.72: Find each quotient.(4x3  8x2  5x  10) (x + 2)
 6.6.27: 7b5  4b3 + 2b
 6.6.73: Find each quotient.(x4  9x2  2x + 6) (x  3)
 6.6.28: 7 x _1 9  3 x _1 3 + 4
 6.6.74: Find each quotient.(x4 + 3x3  8x2 + 5x  6) (x + 1)
 6.6.29: 6 x _2 5  4 x _1 5  16
 6.6.30: Solve each equation. 30. x4  34x2 + 225 = 0
 6.6.31: x4  15x2  16 = 0
 6.6.32: x4 + 6x2  27 = 0
 6.6.33: x3 + 64 = 0
 6.6.34: 27x3 + 1 = 0
 6.6.35: 8x3  27 = 0
 6.6.36: For Exercises 3638, use the following information. Jill is designin...
 6.6.37: What are the dimensions of the glass piece?
 6.6.38: What are the dimensions of the frame?
 6.6.39: The width of a rectangular prism is w centimeters. The height is 2 ...
 6.6.40: Find the factorization of 3x2 + x  2
 6.6.41: What are the factors of 2y2 + 9y + 4?
 6.6.42: Factor completely. If the polynomial is not factorable, write prime...
 6.6.43: y4  z2
 6.6.44: 16a2 + 25b2
 6.6.45: 3x2  27y2
 6.6.46: x4  81
 6.6.47: 3a3 + 2a2  5a + 9a2b + 6ab  15b
 6.6.48: For Exercises 48 and 49, use the following information. A computer ...
 6.6.49: How much did each dimension of the packaging increase for the new f...
 6.6.50: A boardwalk that is x feet wide is built around a rectangular pond....
 6.6.51: Use a graphing calculator to determine if each polynomial is factor...
 6.6.52: x3 + 8 (x + 2)(x2  x + 4)
 6.6.53: 2x2  5x  3 (x  1)(2x + 3)
 6.6.54: 3x2  48 3(x + 4)(x  4)
 6.6.55: Give an example of an equation that is not quadratic but can be wri...
 6.6.56: Factor 64p2n + 16pn + 1.
 6.6.57: Find a counterexample to the statement a2 + b2 = (a + b)2
 6.6.58: Explain how you would solve a  3 2  9a  3 = 8. Then solve t...
 6.6.59: Use the information on page 349 to explain how solving a polynomial...
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