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1.2: Order of operations
1) P-E-M-D-A-S
1a) Parenthesis.
1b) Exponents.
1c) Multiplication/Division from L to R.
1d) Addition/Subtraction from L to R.
1.3: Open Sentences
1) Solution Set?
2) Replacement Set?
1) An solution set is the set of #'s from the replacement set that make the open sentence true.
2) a set of #'s that replace a variable.
1.4(a)- Identity and Equality Properties
1) Additive Identity?
2) Multiplicative Identity?
3) Multiplication Property of 0?
1)The sum of any # and 0= the #
2)The product of 1 & a number = the #
3)The product of any # and 0 = 0
1.4 cont.
1) Reciprocals/Multiplicative Inverses?
2) Reflexive Property?
3) Symmetric Property?
1) 0 has no reciprocal. fractions that=1
2) Any quantity that is = to itself
3) The second quantity = the first
1.4- cont2.
1) Transitive?
2) Subsititution?
1) If a+b+c=c+b+a
2) If quantities are = then they can be substituted for one another.
1.5- The Distributive Property
1) How do you Distribute?
1) Example.
9(8+7) - 8(4+9)
Distributed Form below.
9*8+9*7 - 8*4+8*9
1.6- Commutative & Associative Properties
1) Commutative?
2) Associative?
1) The order of which you + or * doesnt change their sum/ product
2) Order in which you group 3 or more #'s when +/* doesn't change sum
1.7- Logical Reasoning
1) What is a counterexample?
1) A specific case in which a statement is false.
1.8- Graphs and Functions
1) What is a set of ordered pairs?
2) What is a function?
1) A relation
2) There is exactly 1 input for each output.
1.9- Analyzing Data by Using Graphs and Tables
1)what does a bar graph show? A line graph? A circle graph?
1)Bar- compare 2 different sets of data;
Line graphs show change over time;
Circle- compare parts to a whole.