 7.5.1: Simplify.5 63
 7.5.18: Simplify.243 1
 7.5.62: The expression 180 a 2 b 8is equivalent to which of the following? ...
 7.5.2: Simplify. 16 x 5 y 4 3.
 7.5.19: Simplify.72 2
 7.5.63: The expression 180 a 2 b 8is equivalent to which of the following? ...
 7.5.3: Simplify. 75 x 3 y 6
 7.5.20: Simplify.54 2
 7.5.64: 144 z 8
 7.5.4: Simplify._7 8y
 7.5.21: Simplify.96
 7.5.65: 3 216 a 3 b 9 66
 7.5.5: Simplify.a 7 _ b 9 6
 7.5.22: Simplify.50 x 4
 7.5.66: (y + 2)2 67.
 7.5.6: Simplify.3 _2 3x
 7.5.23: Simplify.16 y 3 24.
 7.5.67: Graph y x + 1 .
 7.5.7: For Exercises 7 and 8, use the following information. Under certain...
 7.5.24: Simplify. 18 x 2 y 3
 7.5.68: There are three basic things to be considered in an electrical circ...
 7.5.8: How fast was a car traveling that left skid marks 120 feet long?
 7.5.25: Simplify. 40 a 3 b 4 26
 7.5.69: Find the inverse of each matrix, if it exists. 8 7 6 5
 7.5.9: Simplify.(2 15 )(4 21 ) 1
 7.5.26: Simplify.3 3 56 y 6 z 3 27.
 7.5.70: Find the inverse of each matrix, if it exists. 1 1 2 3
 7.5.10: Simplify.2a b 2 6 a 3 b 2
 7.5.27: Simplify.2 3 24 m 4 n 5 2
 7.5.71: Find the inverse of each matrix, if it exists. 8 6 4 3
 7.5.11: Simplify.625 3 25
 7.5.28: Simplify.4 _1 81c 5 d 4 29.
 7.5.72: Evaluate each expression.2 (_1 8)
 7.5.12: Simplify.3  2 4 3 + 4 3 + 5 4 3 13.
 7.5.29: Simplify.5 _1 32w 6 z 7
 7.5.73: Evaluate each expression.3 (_1 6)
 7.5.13: Simplify.3 3 128 + 5 3 16 1
 7.5.30: Simplify.3 _3 4
 7.5.74: Evaluate each expression._1 2 + _1 3
 7.5.14: Simplify.(3  5 )(1 + 3 ) 15
 7.5.31: Simplify.4 _2 3
 7.5.75: Evaluate each expression.1 3 + _3 4
 7.5.15: Simplify.(2 + 2 )(2  2 )
 7.5.32: Simplify.a 4 _ b 3 3
 7.5.76: Evaluate each expression.1 8 + _5 12
 7.5.16: Simplify.1 + 5 3  5 17
 7.5.33: Simplify.4 r _ 8 t 9 3
 7.5.77: Evaluate each expression._5 6  _1 5
 7.5.17: Simplify.4  7 3 + 7
 7.5.34: Simplify.3 12 )(2 21 ) 35.
 7.5.78: Evaluate each expression.5 8  _1 4
 7.5.35: Simplify.(3 24 )(5 20 ) 3
 7.5.79: Evaluate each expression.4  _2 3
 7.5.36: Find the perimeter and area of the rectangle.
 7.5.37: Find the perimeter of a regular pentagon whose sides measure (2 3 +...
 7.5.38: Simplify.12 + 48  27 39.
 7.5.39: Simplify.98  72 + 32 40
 7.5.40: Simplify.3 + 72  128 + 108 41. 5
 7.5.41: Simplify.5 20 + 24  180 + 7 54 42.
 7.5.42: Simplify.(5 + 6 )(5  2 ) 43
 7.5.43: Simplify.(3 + 7 )(2 + 6 ) 4
 7.5.44: Simplify.(11  2 )2 45
 7.5.45: Simplify.(3  5 )2 4
 7.5.46: Simplify.7 4  3
 7.5.47: Simplify.6 5 + 3
 7.5.48: Simplify.2  3 1 + 3
 7.5.49: Simplify.2 + 2 5  2 5
 7.5.50: Simplify.x + 1 x 2  1
 7.5.51: Simplify.x  1 x  1
 7.5.52: What is 39divided by 26? 5
 7.5.53: Divide 14by 35.
 7.5.54: For Exercises 54 and 55, use the following information. The velocit...
 7.5.55: What velocity must a coaster have at the top of a 225foot hill to ...
 7.5.56: For Exercises 56 and 57, use the following information. A ball that...
 7.5.57: How far will a ball that is hit with a velocity of 45 meters per se...
 7.5.58: Determine whether the statement _1 n a = n a is sometimes, always, ...
 7.5.59: Write a sum of three radicals that contains two like terms. Explain...
 7.5.60: Ethan and Alexis are simplifying _4 + 5 2  5 . Who is correct? Exp...
 7.5.61: Refer to the information given on page 408 to explain how radical e...
Solutions for Chapter 7.5: Operations with Radical Expressions
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