Help Yourself 

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Key Features 

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Application Index 

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Reference: Fractions, Decimals, Percents, Geometry, and Study Skills 


1  (42) 


2  (14) 


16  (10) 


26  (15) 


41  (2) 


43  (78) 

Sets of Numbers and the Real Number Line 


44  (10) 


54  (10) 


64  (5) 

Subtraction of Real Numbers 


69  (9) 


77  (1) 

Multiplication and Division of Real Numbers 


78  (11) 

Properties of Real Numbers and Simplifying Expressions 


89  (11) 

Connections to Graphing: Rectangular Coordinate System 


100  (21) 


110  (5) 


115  (4) 


119  (2) 

Linear Equations and Inequalities 


121  (104) 

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division Properties of Equality 


122  (10) 


132  (9) 

Applications of Linear Equations: Introduction to Problem Solving 


141  (9) 

Linear Equations: Clearing Fractions and Decimals 


150  (11) 


160  (1) 


161  (11) 

More Applications of Linear Equations 


172  (12) 


184  (13) 

Connections to Graphing: Linear Equations in Two Variables 


197  (28) 


209  (8) 


217  (5) 


222  (1) 

Cumulative Review Exercises, Chapters 12 


223  (2) 

Polynomials and Properties of Exponents 


225  (88) 

Exponents: Multiplying and Dividing Common Bases 


226  (9) 

More Properties of Exponents 


235  (5) 

Definitions of bo and bn 


240  (7) 


247  (10) 


256  (1) 

Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials 


257  (10) 

Multiplication of Polynomials 


267  (10) 


277  (7) 

Connections to Graphing: Introduction to Nonlinear Graphs 


284  (29) 


298  (6) 


304  (4) 


308  (1) 

Cumulative Review Exercises, Chapters 13 


309  (4) 


313  (76) 

Greatest Common Factor and Factoring by Grouping 


314  (8) 

Factoring Trinomials: Grouping Method 


322  (8) 

Factoring Trinomials: TrialandError Method 


330  (9) 

Factoring Perfect Square Trinomials and the Difference of Squares 


339  (7) 

Midchapter Review: ``Factoring Strategy'' 


345  (1) 

Factoring the Sum and Difference of Cubes and General Factoring Summary 


346  (8) 


354  (13) 

Connections to Graphing: x and yIntercepts 


367  (22) 


378  (4) 


382  (3) 


385  (2) 

Cumulative Review Exercises, Chapters 14 


387  (2) 


389  (76) 

Introduction to Rational Expressions 


390  (10) 

Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions 


400  (9) 


409  (8) 

Addition and Subtraction of Rational Expressions 


417  (10) 


426  (1) 


427  (7) 


434  (9) 

Applications of Rational Equations and Proportions 


443  (22) 


451  (7) 


458  (2) 


460  (1) 

Cumulative Review Exercises, Chapters 15 


461  (4) 

Graphing Linear Equations in Two Variables 


465  (66) 

Linear Equations in Two Variables 


466  (12) 


478  (12) 

SlopeIntercept Form of a Line 


490  (13) 


501  (2) 


503  (7) 

Connections to Graphing: Applications of Linear Equations 


510  (21) 


521  (4) 


525  (3) 


528  (1) 

Cumulative Review Exercises, Chapters 16 


529  (2) 

Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables 


531  (62) 

Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations 


532  (10) 


542  (9) 


551  (11) 


561  (1) 

Applications of Linear Equations in Two Variables 


562  (9) 

Connections to Graphing: Linear Inequalities in Two Variables 


571  (22) 


580  (5) 


585  (4) 


589  (2) 

Cumulative Review Exercises, Chapters 17 


591  (2) 


593  (72) 

Introduction to Roots and Radicals 


594  (12) 


606  (8) 

Addition and Subtraction of Radicals 


614  (6) 

Multiplication of Radicals 


620  (9) 


627  (2) 


629  (8) 


637  (6) 


643  (22) 


651  (4) 


655  (4) 


659  (2) 

Cumulative Review Exercises, Chapters 18 


661  (4) 

Functions, Complex Numbers, and Quadratic Equations 


665  (68) 

Introduction to Functions and Function Notation 


666  (14) 


680  (10) 


690  (9) 


699  (1) 


699  (9) 

Connections to Graphing: Quadratic Functions 


708  (25) 


719  (5) 


724  (4) 


728  (1) 

Cumulative Review Exercises, Chapters 19 


729  (4) 
Student Answer Appendix 

733  (30) 
Index 

763  