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By Margaret L. Lial, John Hornsby, Terry McGinnis
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The negative square root of 25 is written - ͙ 25 = - 5. Since the square of any nonzero real number is positive, the square root of a negative number, such as ͙ ؊25, is not a real number. NOW TRY EXERCISE 3 EXAMPLE 3 Find each square root that is a real number. (a) - ͙144 (b) 100 B 9 (c) ͙ - 144 Finding Square Roots Find each square root that is a real number. (a) ͙ 36 = 6, since 6 is positive and 62 = 36. (b) ͙0 = 0, since 0 2 = 0. (c) 3 2 9 3 9 . 16. (e) ͙100 = 10, since 10 2 = 100. (f ) - ͙100 = - 10, since the negative sign is outside the radical symbol.
87. 5x + 3 is not equal to 0. 88. 6x + 7 is not equal to - 9. 89. t is between - 3 and 5. 90. r is between - 5 and 12. 91. 3x is between - 3 and 4, including - 3 and excluding 4. 92. 6x is between - 2 and 6, excluding - 2 and including 6. Simplify. Then tell whether the resulting statement is true or false. See Example 8. 93. - 6 6 7 + 3 96. 8 + 7 … 3 # 5 99. - 8 7 - | - 6 | # 94. - 7 6 4 + 1 95. 2 5 Ú 4 + 6 97. - | - 3 | Ú - 3 98. - | - 4 | … - 4 100. - 10 7 - | - 4 | Write each set in interval notation and graph the interval.
Give an example. 4 identity element for addition identity element for multiplication term coefficient (numerical coefficient) like terms combining like terms NEW SYMBOLS 5a, b6 set containing the elements a and b 0 or 5 6 empty set ʦ is an element of (a set) is not an element of is not equal to 5xͦ x has property P6 set-builder notation ͦxͦ absolute value of x < is less than ◊ is less than or equal to > is greater than » is greater than or equal to ˆ infinity ؊ˆ negative infinity 1؊ˆ, ˆ2 set of all real numbers 1a, ˆ2 the interval 5x | x 7 a6 1؊ˆ, a2 the interval 5x | x 6 a6 1a, b4 the interval 5x | a 6 x … b6 am m factors of a ͙ radical symbol ͙a positive (or principal) square root of a TEST YOUR WORD POWER See how well you have learned the vocabulary in this chapter.
Algebra for college students by Margaret L. Lial, John Hornsby, Terry McGinnis