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Ch 1: operating with genuine Numbers.ch 2: unmarried variable Linear Equations.ch three: unmarried variable Linear Inequalities.ch four: Linear Equations and their Graphs.ch five: structures of Equations.ch 6: Manipulating Polynomials.ch 7: Quadratic Equations and their Applications.ch eight: Rational Expression and capabilities. 274 pages.

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Extra resources for California Algebra 1: Homework Book

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1. Find the following. a. 72 ---------------------------- b. 80 ---------------------------- c. 50 ---------------------------- d. 92 ---------------------------- e. 108 ---------------------------- 2. Find the following. b. ------------------------ d. 63(mn) 2 © 2007 CGP Inc. (81x ) 4 2 a. 36 x 2 c. ------------------------ ------------------------ ------------------------ f. e. 12 x 2 ------------------------ 56 x 2 y 2 72 j 4k 6 ------------------------ 3. Find the following. a. 9 ( x + 9) 2 ------------------------ CGP Education Algebra I — Homework Book b.

2 b. π c. d. − 5 4 –10 –9 –8 –7 –6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6. Use the number line to solve the following problems. –10 –9 –8 –7 –6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a. 5 – 4 c. 8 – 1 + 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------- b. –8 + 10 ----------------------------------- d. –5 – (–2) ----------------------------------- 7. Simplify the following expressions. a. 24 c. − 3 10 ----------------------------------- b. −13 ----------------------------------- ----------------------------------- d.

100 ( x − 5) 2 ------------------------ c. 3 33 4. Find the following. a. 169 100 --------------------------- b. 400 49 --------------------------- c. 24 50 --------------------------- d. 28 45 --------------------------- e. 12 49 --------------------------- f. 48 63 --------------------------- 5. Find the following. a. w2 144 b. ------------------------ d. 36 p2 ,dπ0 4d 4 ------------------------ 8 f 2g2 9 12a2 c. 64 ------------------------ e. 20k 2 ,tπ0 6t 6 ------------------------ f. 40rh6 ,lπ0 l2 ------------------------ ------------------------ 6.