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MM212 Unit 2 Seminar Agenda Combining Like Terms Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Grouping Symbols Addition Properties Multiplication Properties Solving Equations

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COMBINING LIKE TERMS Like terms are combined by adding or subtracting the numerical coefficients AND keeping the SAME variables with the SAME exponents EXAMPLES: 3 oranges + 5 oranges = 8 oranges 3x + 5x = 8x 3x 2 + 5x 2 = 8x 2 3x + 5y …. Does not combine … not like terms 3x 2 + 5y 2 …. Does not combine … not like terms 3x 2 + 5x 3 …. Does not combine … not like terms

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Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Substitution: When you replace the variable with a number Examples: Evaluate 4x + 2 if x = 5 4(5)+2 = 22 Evaluate a^2 – a +1 if a = -2

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Geometry Review Perimeter is the distance around a closed figure Example: The sides of a triangle have lengths of 3 meters, 7 meters, and 4 meters. Determine the perimeter. P = s1 + s2 + s3 P = 3 + 7 + 4 = 14 Therefore, the perimeter is 14 meters Area is the measurement of surface measured in square units Example: Find the area of a rectangular yard enclosed by a fence 12 yards long and 8 yards wide. A = lw A = (12)(8) A = 96 Therefore, the area is 96 square yards Volume is space within a figure measured in cubed units Example: Find the volume of a rectangular solid with length 10 feet, width 6 feet and height 4 feet. V = LWH V = (10)(6)(4) V = 240 Therefore, the volume is 240 cubic feet.

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Grouping Symbols Remember to work from the inside – out Examples: 2[4-3(5-2)] -3{2x-3[x+4(x-1)]}

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Properties of Addition Commutative Property of Addition Changes order a + b = b + a Associative Property of Addition Changes grouping (a + b) + c = a + (b + c) Identity Property of Zero Anything added to 0 is itself a + 0 = a and 0 + a = a Inverse Property of Addition Anything plus its opposite is 0 a + (-a) = 0 and –a + a = 0

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Properties of Multiplication Commutative Property of Multiplication Changes order a * b = b * a Associative Property of Multiplication Changes grouping (a * b) * c = a * (b * c) Identity Property of 1 Anything times 1 is itself a * 1 = a and 1 * a = a Inverse Property of Multiplication Anything times its reciprocal is 1 a * 1/a = 1 and 1/a * a = 1

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Properties of Equality Addition/Subtraction Property of Equality you can add or subtract the same number from both sides of the equation and the equation is still true If a = b, then a+c = b+c. Multiplication/Division Property of Equality You can multiply or divide the same number on both sides of the equation and the equation is still true If a = b, then ac = bc.

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Steps For Solving Equations STEP1: Clear the grouping symbols using the distributive property. STEP2:Clear the fractions by multiplying EVERY term by a common denominator (it does NOT have to be the least common denominator). STEP3: Move all the variables to one side of the equal symbol using the addition or subtraction property of equality. STEP4: Move all the plain numbers to the other side of the equal symbol using the addition or subtraction property of equality. STEP5: Isolate the variable using the multiplication or division property of equality. STEP6: Substitute your solution into the ORIGINAL equation to see if a true statement results.

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Solving Equations: Solve the following equations for x: 1. x + 2 = 52. -6 = x - 4

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Solving Equations Solve the following equations for a: 1. 5a = 152. -36 = 9a

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Solving Equations Solve the following equations for y: 1. 4y – 5 = 72. -6y + 2 = -11

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Solving Equations Solve the following equations for b: 1. 5(b-3) + 1 = -2 2. 7(b-3) = -2(1-b)

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