Algebra for College Students, 5th Edition by Mark Dugopolski

By Mark Dugopolski

Algebra for college kids, 4th variation, is designed to supply scholars with the algebra history wanted for extra college-level arithmetic classes. The unifying subject of this article is the advance of the talents useful for fixing equations and inequalities, by means of the applying of these talents to fixing utilized difficulties. this article comprises 2 chapters, Polynomial & Rational features, and Counting & likelihood, as well as these present in Dugopolski's Intermediate Algebra.

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You cannot use the subtraction symbol to indicate a negative number. Note that Ϳ a Ϳ represents distance, and distance is never negative. So Ϳ a Ϳ is greater than or equal to zero for any number a. Two numbers that are located on opposite sides of zero and have the same absolute value are called opposites of each other. The opposite of zero is zero. Every number has a unique opposite. The numbers 9 and Ϫ9 are opposites of one another. ” If a is positive, Ϫa is negative. If a is negative, Ϫa is positive.

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