# Math 1090.04 Homework 04 Sprillg 2013

```Math 1090.04 Homework 04
Sprillg 2013
Student ID Number:
Name
Instructions:
Each student is expected to follow the Homework Guidelines
described on the course webpage
• Solve the Part A Problems on your own paper.
• Solve the Part B problems in this handout.
• Attach this handout to the front of your homework assignment
• Chapter 1.4
• Chapter 1.7
• Chapter 1.8
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Text pages 61-68
Text pages 72-79
Part A:
• Chapter 1.4 Text pages: 37-40
Problems: 55, 63-65
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• Chapter 1.7 Text pages: 69-71
Problems: odds
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• Chapter 1.8 Text pages 81-84
Problems: 1-19 odds &amp; 25-33 odds
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Chapter 1.4: System of Equations
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