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Classifying Real Numbers

you study algebra.

Natural Numbers

{1, 2, 3, 4, }

Whole Numbers

{0, 1, 2, 3, 4,}

Integers

{, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4,}

a where a and b are integers

Numbers that can be written as __

b

and b0. (As decimals they terminate or repeat.)

a . (As decimals, they neither

Numbers that cannot be written as __

b

terminate nor repeat.)

Rational Numbers

Irrational Numbers

Real Numbers

which 17 belongs.

which 5 belongs.

a ,so it is

This number cannot be written as __

b

an irrational number. All irrational numbers are

also real numbers, so 5 belongs to these two

sets.

so it is a natural number. All natural numbers

are also whole numbers, integers, rational

numbers, and real numbers, so 17 belongs

to these five sets.

Practice

Identify the subsets of real numbers to which each number belongs.

4

1. __

9

2. 21

a , so it

This number can be written as __

b

is a rational number and a

real

number, so it is an integer,

number.

number, and a

real

rational

number.

3. 1.5

4. 63,298

rational, real

rational, real

6. 5

5. 0

irrational, real

3

7. ___

11

8. 33

irrational, real

rational, real

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Closure is a property of a set. A set is closed under a given operation

if the outcome of the operation on any two members of the set is also

a member of the set. A counterexample is an example that proves

a statement false. Intersection and union are two ways

to combine sets.

Find A B and A B.

A {1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8}; B {2, 4, 6}

or false. Give a counterexample if the

statement is false.

The set of integers is closed under

multiplication.

A B {2, 6}

A B {1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8}

3 5 15

7 2 14

The product is always an integer, so the

statement is true.

Practice

Determine whether the statement is true or false.

Give a counterexample if the statement is false.

9. The set of natural numbers is closed under multiplication.

8

19 9

7 5 35

natural number , so the statement is true

24

Find A B and A B.

10. A {1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11}; B {1, 3, 5, 7, 9}

5, 7}

A B {1, 2, 3, 5 , 7 , 9 , 11}

A B {4,

A B {1, 3,

8}

A B {0, 2, 4,

8 , 10 , 12 }

Give a counterexample if the statement is false.

12. The set of rational numbers is closed under subtraction.

true

10 (2) 5 5

2 2 1, not irrational

Find A B and A B.

14. A {2, 6, 10, 14, 18}; B {0, 2, 4, 6, 8}

A B {2, 6};

A B {0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 14, 18}

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Constants and variables are the building blocks of algebraic expressions.

usually a number. A variable can change, or vary, and is used to represent

an unknown number. A letter is usually used to represent a variable.

Constants

7ab

4c

Variables

Identify the constants and variables in the

expression 9x 7.

equation 8y xz 2.

They are constants.

They are constants.

number. It is a variable.

unknown numbers. They are

variables.

Practice

Identify the constants and variables.

1. 11jk m

2. 9z 2y 13

it never changes.

are constants because they

never change.

variables because they represent

unknown numbers.

because they represent unknown numbers.

3. 3x 7y 20

4. 9h 5fg 1

constants

are constants because they never change.

because they never change.

because they represent unknow numbers.

because they represent unknown numbers.

5. 24uv 3

Constants:

6. 100x 2wz

24, 3

Variables:

u, v

Constants:

3

100, 2

Variables:

x, w, z

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Constants and variables can be multiplied to form a product. Each constant

and variable in a product is a factor of the product. The product of a

constant and one or more variables is usually written without multiplication

symbols. For example, 6 s t is written as 6st.

The numeric factor in a product is called the coefficient. In the expression

6st, the coefficient is 6 and the other factors are s and t.

The parts of an expression separated by or signs are called terms.

Identify the factors and coefficients

in the expression 9ab.

3xy 7uv 8.

expression separated by or

signs.

multiplied are 9, a, and b.

Step 2: Find the coefficients.

Practice

Identify the factors and coefficients in each expression.

7. 4gh

8. yz

multiplied are 4, g, and h.

multiplied are y, and z .

4.

which is implied in this case.

y

10. (9x 2) __

xz 5xy

b 8c

9. 3a __

4

The terms are the parts of the expression

separated by or signs. The terms are

b , and 8c

3a, __

4

separated by or signs. The terms are .

y

(9x 2), __

xz, and 5xy

3n

11. ___

5

Factors:

12. 7xyz

3, n

__

5

; Coefficient:

3

__

5

Factors:

7, x, y, z; Coefficient:

7

(3r 1)

13. 12p _______ prs

7s

(3r 1)

Terms: 12p, _______

7s

7jk

14. ____ 9mk 6kn

8mn

8mn

Terms: _____,

, prs

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Simplifying Expressions Using the Product Rule of Exponents

You have used multiplication to simplify expressions. Now you will use

multiplication to simplify expressions with exponents. An exponent can

be used to show repeated multiplication.

Simplify the expression 3 4.

The exponent 4 indicates that the

base 3 is used as a factor

four times.

3. The exponent 3 indicates that the

base 0.2 is used as a factor

three times.

multiplication.

34 3 3 3 3

multiplication.

3

(0.2) (0.2) (0.2) (0.2)

Step 3: Simplify.

3 4 3 3 3 3 81

Step 3: Simplify.

(0.2) 3 (0.2) (0.2) (0.2) 0.008

Practice

Complete the steps to simplify each expression.

1. 4

2. (0.5) 4

The base is

is 3 .

43 4

44

0.5

(0.5) 4 (0.5)

444

43

The base is

is 4 .

64

(0.5) 4

0.0625

512

3. 8 3

2

5. __

5

7. 7 4

4. (1.2) 2

16

____

6. 10 5

625

3

8. __

4

2401

9. (3.1) 2

9.61

10. 10 9

1

___

12. (1.5) 2

1

11. __

2

64

5

1.44

100,000

27

___

64

1,000,000,000

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Use the product rule of exponents to find the product of powers whose

bases are the same.

Product Rule of Exponents

If m and n are real numbers and x 0, then

xm xn xm n

Simplify the expression x 2 x 4 x 3.

Step 1: Identify the bases and the

exponents.

Each factor has x as the base.

The exponents are 2, 4, and 3.

Step 2: Add the exponents to find the power

of the product.

x2 x4 x3 x2 4 3 x9

Step 1: Identify the bases.

The first two factors have x as the base.

The last two factors have y as the base.

Step 2: Add the exponents for the factors that

have x as the base. Then add the

exponents for the factors that have

y as the base.

25

y3 4 x7 y7

x

Practice

Simplify each expression.

3

5

13. y y

14. s 2 s 7 s 3 t 4 t 6

are 3 and 5.

y3 y5 y

35

y

base. The last two factors have

t as the base.

27 3

t

46

s

12

t

10

15. z 2 z 3

17. u 15 u 10

z5

16. m 4 m 2 m 5

u 25

18. z 20 z 80

19. a 4 a 5 b 2 b 3 b 6

21. x 10 x 4 y 17 y 2

a 9 b 11

m 11

z 100

20. g 6 g 2 g 3 h 4

22. b 4 b 3 f 2 f 7 g 5

x 14 y 19

g 11 h 4

b 7 f 9 g 5

23. You are taking a true-false test that has two parts. There are 2 5

ways to answer the 5 questions in Part 1. There are 2 10 ways to

answer the 10 questions in Part 2. How many ways are there to

answer all 15 questions?

32,768

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Using Order of Operations

You have simplified expressions that contain one operation. Now you will

use the order of operations to simplify expressions that contain more

than one operation.

Order of Operations

1. Work inside grouping symbols.

2. Simplify powers and roots.

3. Multiply and divide from left to right.

4. Add and subtract from left to right.

2

Write the expression 22 (5 3) 7 2 . Then use the order of

operations to simplify.

22 (5 3) 2

22 2 7 2 2

22 2 7 4

Simplify exponents.

22 14 4

32

Practice

Write the expression. Then use the order of operations to simplify.

1. 3 (5 3 ) 8 2

2. 27 3 2 2 5

3 (5 3 ) 8 2

3

24

27

82

2 5

25

20

Write the expression. Then use the order of operations to simplify.

3. (6 10) 2 5 1

5. 7 2 4 2 3

39

97

6. 3 3 3 3

18

7. 25 8 2 3 2

9. 3 6 4 2 2

8. 6 10 5

10

10. 4 7 4 2 2

29

11. 40 2 3 2

22

12. 8 12 6 3

13. 5 3 2 13

32

14. 21 49 7 1

22

4. (6 12) 3 4 2

7

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Compare the expressions. Use , , or .

2 4 2 10

6 2 4 2

2 4 2 10

6 2 4 2

2 16 10

3 4 2

18 10

12 2

8

10

Step 2: Compare using , , or .

8 10

Practice

Compare the expressions. Use , , or .

20 4 3

15. 6 5 16 8 4

6 5 16 8 4

30

16. 5 2 2 28 7

20 4 3

5 2 28 7

20 16 3

2 4

28 4

32

14 7 4 2

14 7 4

6

2 4 8 6

2 32 6

34 6

24

7

6

14 7 4 2 6

4 28 7

20 28 7

20 4

3

28

28

24

32

18. 3 5 (4 2) 3

2462

10 2 2 (7 4)

19. 6 (2 4) 3 5

12 (8 2) (3 3) 20. 3 4 3 4

3 434

21. (20 12) (4 4)

3 2 (6 3) 22. 42 7 2

3 (2 1)

23. 5 3 5 6

24. (5 3) 2 2

6 (2 4) 3

(3 6) 3

25. 54 36 3 30

12 3 3 28 26. 20 4 5 2 10

(2 4) 12 1

27. (3 6) 3

28. 6 (2 4) 3

5 356

(5 3) 2 2

17. 2 (7 3 ) 4

29. A rectangular swimming pool is 5 feet deep, 17 feet long, and 12 feet

wide. Its volume is (5 17 12) cubic feet. A circular swimming pool

has a radius of 8 feet and is 6 feet deep. Its volume is about

2

(3.14 8 6) cubic feet. What is the difference in volume

between the two pools?

about 185.76 ft 3

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Finding Absolute Value and Adding Real Numbers

You have classified real numbers and used them in expressions. Now

you will find the absolute values of real numbers.

Absolute Value

The absolute value of a number is the distance from the number to 0 on a number line.

The absolute value of 2 is written as 2 .

3 .

Simplify __

4

Simplify 83 .

3

4

-1 -3 -1 -1

4

2

4

1

4

1

2

3

4

83 5

5

3 is __

__

4 4

3.

3 is __

The absolute value of __

4 4

-1

The absolute value of 83 is 5.

Practice

Complete the steps to simplify each expression.

1. 2.5

2. 107

107

2.5

3

3

-3

-2

-1

1

-3 -2 1

2.5 .is

line.

2.5

2.5

number line.

107 3

2.5

107

Simplify.

3. 8.2

5.

8.2

1

2__

3

7. 124

2

1__

3

8

4. 21

21

6. 5.4

5.4

8.

9

___

11

9

___

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the same sign as the numbers.

values and use the sign of the number with the

greater absolute value.

17 5 22

Step 2: Use the sign of the numbers. The

sign is negative.

values 23 9 14.

Step 2: Find the sign of the number with the

largest absolute value. 23 9 , so

the sign is positive.

23 (9) 14

Practice

Complete the steps to find each sum.

9. (15) 11

15 11

1

1

10. __

__

4

2

1 __

1

__

is

negative.

3

__

4

negative,

so the sign of the answer is negative.

(15) 11

__14 __12

3

__

4

11. 16 3

13

3 __

4

13. ___

10

5

1

__

14. 19 (36)

5

1 __

16. __

3

9

3.6

12

17

8

__

9

17. Jenna saved $28 for a new CD. She bought it on sale for $19. Use

addition to find how much money she had left over.

$9

18. In one hour, a hot-air balloon rose 600 feet. In the next hour, the

balloon dropped 950 feet. Use addition to find the change in the

elevation of the balloon in the two-hour period.

350 ft

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Subtracting Real Numbers

You have added real numbers. Now you will subtract real numbers.

Two numbers with the same absolute value but different signs are called

opposites. The opposite of a number is also called the additive inverse.

The sum of a number and its additive inverse is 0.

To Subtract Real Numbers

To subtract a number, add its inverse. Then follow the rules for adding real numbers.

Find the difference (6) 12.

(6) (12)

(8) 15

6 12 18

values. 15 8 7

largest absolute value. 15 8 , so

sign is negative.

(6) 12 18

(8) (15) 7

Practice

Complete the steps to find each difference.

2. (19) 3

1. (6) (11)

(6) (11) (6)

11 (6)

11

(19) 3 (19)

19 3

is

22

negative,

so the sign of the answer is negative.

The sign of the numbers is

positive .

(6) (11)

(3)

(19) 3

22

3. 17 (12)

5 __

1

5. __

8

4

7. (9.1) 2.6

4. 25 (32)

7

__

8

1

5 ___

6. __

12

6

11.7

8. 7 26

57

11

___

12

19

9. For safety, scuba divers usually do not dive deeper than 40 meters

below sea level. A diver in a helmet suit can safely dive about 21 meters

deeper than a scuba diver. What is the maximum safe depth for

a helmet suit diver in relation to sea level?

61 m

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Closure

A set is closed under a given operation if the outcome of the operation on any two members

of the set is also a member of the set.

Determine whether the statement is true or false. Give a counterexample if the statement

is false.

The set of natural numbers is closed under subtraction.

Subtract two natural numbers:

321

422

2 3 1

The last statement is a counterexample, so the statement is false.

Practice

Complete the steps to determine whether the statement is true or false.

Write a counterexample if the statement is false.

10. The set A {1, 0, 1} is closed under subtraction.

Subtract two numbers in the set:

10

01

1

1 1

2

counterexample for false statements.

11. The set of even integers, {..., 4, 2, 0, 2, 4, ...}, is closed under subtraction.

true

12. The set of irrational numbers is closed under subtraction.

13. The set of odd integers plus zero, {..., 5, 3, 1, 0, 1, 3, 5, ...} is

closed under subtraction.

14. The set of integers that are a multiple of 4, {..., 12, 8, 4, 0, 4, 8, 12, ...}

is closed under subtraction.

true

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You have used the order of operations to simplify expressions.

Now you will apply this concept to simplifying expressions within symbols

of inclusion.

Symbols of inclusion indicate which numbers, variables, and operations

are parts of the same term. Some symbols of inclusion are fraction bars,

absolute value symbols, parentheses, braces, and brackets.

3[11 (12 9)2] 7

3[11 32] 7

3[11 9] 7

3 20 7

60 7

Multiply.

67

Add.

Practice

Complete the steps to simplify the expression.

4 [2z 5 7 ]

_____

1. 6z

3

6z

4 [2z 5 7 ]

_____

3

6z

4 [2z 2 ]

_____

3

6z

4 [2z 2]

_____

3

Simplify

24z 2z 2

____

Simplify the

numerator.

Simplify the

fraction.

8z

2z 2

10z 2

Add

value symbols.

absolute value.

Simplify.

2. 11 19 15

23

4. [ (9 2)2 2(13 4) ] 3

2 3(7 2)2 5

_____

6. 14

4

3. 4(18 3) (14 10 6 )

34

5. 5[ 24 (11 9)3 ] 4

20

76 3

_____

7. (16 7)2 3

2

22

13

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[ 21 3(9 5)2 ] 50

(12 7)

[ 19 3(21 15) ]

[ 21 3(9 5) 2 ] 50

[ 21 3(4) 2 ] 50

[ 21 3 16 ] 50

[ 21 48 ] 50

[ 27 ] 50

(5) 2[ 19 3(21 15) ]

25 [ 19 3(21 15) ]

25 [ 19 3(6) ]

25 [ 19 18 ]

50

25 1

24

2

Since 23 24, [ 21 3(9 5) ] 50

2

Practice

Complete the steps to simplify each expression. Compare the

expressions. Use , , or .

2

8. 2(17 8) [ 3 (8 6) ]

[3 (2)

2(17 8) [ 3 2 (8 6) ]

2 ]

2(17 8) [ 9 2 ]

2(17 8) 7

2( 9 ) 7

18 7

11

2(17 8) [ 3 2

Since11

] 4(5 2)

[ 3 (2) 3 ] 4(5 2)

[ 3 ( 8 ) ] 4(5 2)

(24) 4(5 2)

24 4( 7 )

24 28

4

2

3

9. 6 [ 4(3 2) 2 ]

5(9 3) 4[ 6 (2) ]

3

[ (14 9) 6 ] 2

11. 9 [ 3 19 3 5 ] 4

23 3 8 [ 2(6 3) + 3 ]

4

10. 3 [ 6 2 5(22 2 4) 1 ]

______

______

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Using Unit Analysis to Convert Measures

You have used ratios to compare two quantities. Now you will use unit

ratios to convert measures into different units.

Unit analysis is the process of converting measures into different units.

The peregrine falcon can reach speeds up to 200 miles per hour. How fast is this in

yards per hour?

Step 1: Identify the known and missing information.

? yd

200 mi ______

______

1 hour

1 hour

1760 yd

1mi .

So, the unit ratio is _______, or _______

1 mi

1760 yd

1 mi 1,760 yd

1760 yd

200 mi ________

______

1 hr

1 mi

1760 yd

200 mi _______

______

1 mi

1 hr

200 1760 yd

____________

1 hr

352,000 yd

__________

1 hr

Multiply.

Write the ratio of yards per hour.

The peregrine falcon can reach speeds up to 352,000 yards per hour.

Practice

1. Alberto Contador won the 2007 Tour de France with an average

speed of about 39 kilometers per hour. What was Albertos average

speed in meters per hour?

1000 m 39

39,000 m

1000 m ___________

39 km _________

______

___________

1hr

1 hr

1 km

1 hr

of food per day. How much food can an

elephant eat in tons per day? One ton is

equal to 2000 pounds.

minute is watering a lawn. What is the flow

rate of the sprinkler in gallons per hour?

120 gal/h

0.33 t/d

39,000

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in cubic units.

A covered patio measures 6.25 yards by 5 yards. What is the area of the patio in

square feet?

Step 1: Find the area of the patio.

6.25 yd 5 yd 31.25 yd 2

Step 2: Equate units.

1 yd

3 ft .

So, the unit ratio is ____, or ____

1 yd

3 ft

Step 3: Write the multiplication sentence. Then multiply.

3 ft ____

3 ft

31.25 yd yd ____

1 yd 1 yd

1 yd 3 ft

3 ft ____

3 ft

31.25 yd yd ____

1 yd 1 yd

3 ft 3 ft

_____________

31.25

1

Multiply.

281.25 ft

Practice

4. Mr. Greenes yard is 50 feet by 20 feet. He wants to buy sod to cover

his yard. Each piece of sod is 1-yard square. What is the area of

Mr. Greenes yard in square yards?

50 ft 20 ft 1000

ft 2

1 yd 1 yd 1000 1 yd 1yd

1000 ft ft ____ ____ _____________ 111

3 ft 3 ft

111

Carpet pieces are 1-yard square. How

many square yards of carpet must be

purchased to cover the floor of the

room?

square yards.

per hour is filling a large aquarium.

What is the flow rate of the hose in

cubic inches per hour?

25,920 in 3/h

2 yd 2

22__

3

yd 2

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Evaluating and Comparing Algebraic Expressions

Now you will evaluate expressions that contain numbers and/or variables.

These expressions are called algebraic expressions.

Evaluate the expression for n 2 and p 1. Evaluate the expression for a 1 and b 3.

6p 3n np

2(b a) 3 5b 2

expression.

expression.

613221

2(3 1) 3 5 3 2

operations.

2(3 1) 3 5 3 2

613221

2(2) 3 5 3 2

662

28 59

6

16 45

61

Practice

Complete the steps to evaluate each expression for the given values.

2

2

2. 2y 3x 4y; x 3, y 5

1. 8c 4a ac; a 3, c 2

8(2) 4 3

16

12

(2)

2(

6

) 3(3) 4 5

2

2(25) 3(9)

22

50

27

20

20

57

3. 3b ab 2; a 5, b 1

10

61

5. 7x 2y 3xy; x 5, y 2

61

28

7. m p 3 7p; m 10, p 2

8. q r 2 2(4 q); q 6, r 1

25

9. A cable company charges a $36 monthly fee and then $2.99 for each

movie ordered. They use the expression 36 2.99m, where m is the

number of movies ordered, to find the total amount to charge for each

month. How much would the cable company charge for the month of

June if three movies were ordered?

$44.97

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b 2 4ab 3b 3

2a b

3

(1) 2 4(2)(1) 3(1) 3

2(2) (1)

3

(1) 2 4(2)(1) 3(1) 3

2(2) 3(1)

1 4(2)(1) 3(1)

2(8) (1)

1 (8)(1) 3

16 (1)

1 (8) 3

16

4

Step 3: Compare using , , or .

Since 4 16, b 2 4ab 3b 3 2a 3b when a = 2 and b = 1.

Practice

Complete the steps to compare the expressions when x 7 and

y 2. Use , , or .

10. 2(x y) 3x 0.5y

2(x y) 3x 0.5y

12x xy

12x xy

12(7) (7)(2)

84 14

18 21

98

38

2(x y) 3x 0.5y 12x xy when x 7 and y 2.

Compare the expressions for the given values. Use <, >, or .

2a b 5b; a 1, b 3

h (2h k ); h 3, k 3

13. 5(x y) 2y

(x y ) ; x 5, y 2

14. k 2j

j 2k; j 3, k 7

2 2

11. 3a b 4b

15. Cell phone company A charges a $30 monthly fee and 15 cents per minute.

They use the expression 30 0.15m to find the total amount to charge

for each month. Cell phone company B charges a $25 monthly fee

and 17 cents per minute. They use the expression 25 0.17m

to find the total amount to charge for each month. Which cell phone

company charges less for 300 minutes during a month? A

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Saxon Algebra 1

Name

Date

Class

Reteaching

10

You have solved problems by adding and subtracting pairs of numbers.

Now you will solve problems by adding and subtracting three or more

rational numbers.

3 .

2 __

6 __

1 __

Simplify __

7 7 7

7

Step 1: Write the problem as addition.

Step 1: Write the problem as addition.

2 __

1 __

3

6 __

__

7 7

7

7

Step 2: Group the terms with like signs.

7

2.14 5.25 (0.22) (3.81)

2 __

1 __

6 __

3

__

7

Step 3: Add.

Step 3: Add.

3 __

9 __

6

__

7 7 7

Practice

Complete the steps to simplify each expression.

5

1 __ 2 __

9

9

9

49

5 2

4 __

1 __

9

9 9 9

5 __

2 __

1 __

4

1. __

9

9

9 9

__

5

__

9

7.24 (2.78) (

__

__

3.4 ) 5.12

__

2

7 __

__

9

9

12.36

Simplify.

3

1 __

4 __

3. __

5 5

5

6.18

6.18

0

13

6

5. 2 5 6 4 ___ or 1__

7

7

7 7

7

7

3 ___

3

4

5 ___

__

6. ___

13

13 13 13

__

__

__

10.49

5

3 __

4 __

4. __

11

11 11

__

6.02

3.4 )

2

___

11

5

___

13

5.33

44.48

11. Mrs. Lewis has $156 in her checking account. She writes two checks

for $31.19 and $15.76 and makes one deposit for $119. What is her

new balance?

$228.05

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Saxon Algebra 1

Reteaching

10

continued

Order the numbers from least to greatest.

7 , 0.6, __

2, 1

___

5

10

Step 1: Place each number on a number line.

2

5

-0.6

-2

-1

7

10

1

1

Step 2: To order the numbers, read the numbers on the number line from left to right.

2 , ___

7,1

0.6, __

5 10

Practice

Complete the steps to order the numbers from least to greatest.

4

1, __

12. 1.75, 0.3, __

4 5

-1.75

-2

-4

5

3 , 1.25, ___

5 , 0.4

13. __

5

10

-1

4

-1

0.3

0

-2

are

-5

10

-1.25

4 , __

1, 0.3.

1.75, __

5

4

-1

0.4

3

5

greatest are

3.

5 , 0.4, __

1.25, ___

5

10

1 , __

4, 1.4, 2

14. __

3 3

9 , 1, 0.05

15. 0.9, ___

10

5 , 3.025

16. 5.8, 7, 3__

8

5, 1.2, 0.8

3 , __

17. __

2 6

3 , __

7 , 1.45, 2.7

18. 2__

4 5

8 , 1.5, 0.3

19. 1.75, ___

10

4, __

1

2, 1.4, __

3

3

9

1, 0.9, 0.05, ___

10

5, 3.025

7, 5.8, 3__

8

3 , 1.2, 0.8, __

5

__

2

6

7 , 1.45

3 , 2.7, __

2__

5

4

8

1.75, 1.5, 0.3, ___

10

20. Terra is deep-sea diving. She descends 20 feet below sea level, ascends

7 feet, descends 15 feet and ascends 4 feet. What is her current

position in relation to sea level?

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