# 201-103-GOLOVINA.2031717.Webwork 1 ```CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE SAINT-LAMBERT
Department of Mathematics
Course: 201-103-GOLOVINA 2
Homework set Webwork 1 for Maxwell Gilletz
Due: 01/24/2021 at 11:59pm EST
INSTRUCTIONS: This is a WeBWorK homework set. Work out your assignment on paper, and enter the solutions into the
computer.
1
2a
1. (1 point)
2
=
4. (1 point)
(correct)
2. (1 point)
1
√
√
11x 5 − 3y 3
then you will get
A
B
where A =
(x + y)2 = x2 + y2 .
(x + y)2 = x2 + 2xy + y2 .
x
1
x+y = y .
x√− (x + y) = y.
2
√x = x.
2
√x = |x|.
x2 + 4 = x + 2.
1
1
1
x+y = x + y .
and B =
• 11xsqrt5+3ysqrt3
• 605xˆ2-27yˆ2
(correct)
5. (1 point)
F
T
F
F
F
T
F
F
57
57 57
=
+
82 + x 82
x
57 + a
a
2.
= 1+
57
57
x + 57 x
=
3.
y + 57 y
82
82
= 1−
4.
82 − c
c
1.
(correct)
3. (1 point)
Enter ”=” if the proposed identity holds,
and ”N” otherwise.
1
2b
1
2 ab.
1
2a
1
2b
ab
2 .
1
2a
1
2b
ab
4 .
Enter a T or an F in each answer space below
to indicate whether the corresponding equation is true or false.
An equation is true ony if it is true for all values of the variables.
Disregard values that make denominators 0. You must get all of
If you rationalize the denominator of
algebraic errors. For the equalities stated below assume that x
and y stand for real numbers. Assume that any denominators
are non-zero. Mark the equalities with T (true) if they are true
for all values of x and y, and F (false) otherwise.
1
2a
1
4 ab.
(correct)
• 16aˆ11qˆ8
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• N
• N
• =
• =
Simplify the following expression.
4a3 q2 −2a4 q3
1
2b
• F
• T
• F
• F
(correct)
1
9. (1 point)
6. (1 point)
Match the expressions below with the letters
labeling their equivalent expressions.
1.
2.
r
3
8
y
y + x−1
y
y − x−1
y
x
x−y
√
into simplest radical form AB C, where A, B, and C are all integers.
,B=
, and C =
1
y2
− x12
x
3. y − y x
+
x
y
• 1
• 4
• 6
x
x−2
y3
B. 2
y + x2
C. −yx
A.
(correct)
10. (1 point)
Express the number
• A
• C
• B
−1
as a reduced fraction.
(correct)
7. (1 point)
Note: You cannot use any operations except division (/) and
negation (-).
Assume that a and b represent positive real
numbers. Simplify the expression
√
−5 20a7 b2
√
into the simplest radical form A C, where A and C are either
integers or monomials.
and C =
• 16/9
(correct)
11. (1 point)
Simplify each expression as much as
possible
√ and leave it without radicals.
(a) √w6 x4 =
3
(b) p27w6 =
(c) p49x4 y6p
=
(d) 8w7 y2 2y8 w5 =
• -10baˆ3
• 5a
(correct)
8. (1 point)
•
•
•
•
Find the product
√
√
3
3
(8 6)(2 9)
(wˆ3)(xˆ2)
3wˆ2
7xˆ2yˆ3
4wˆ6yˆ5
(correct)
√
A and C are integers.
A=
2−4
3−2
12. (1 point)
Write the expression as an equivalent
expression in the form xn . Simplify your answer as much as
and C =
1
= xn for n =
x7
• 48
• 2
• -7
(correct)
(correct)
2
help (fractions)
13. (1 point)
Rationalize the denominator.
17. (1 point)
Factor the expression in a way that the
coefficients of x are positive.
2+w
√
√ =
w− q
2x2 + x − 6.
Factors (separate by commas):
Help: To enter √
the square root of a number use sqrt(). For example, to give 7x as an answer, you would type sqrt(7x). If
you mistakenly
type sqrt 7x instead, Webwork will take this to
√
√
mean x 7, not 7x. That is, you MUST put parenthesis around
everything that you want to take the square root of.
You have 1 attempt(s) remaining before you will receive a new
version of this problem.
• (2x-3),(x+2)
(correct)
18. (1 point)
Factor the given polynomial
2y2 − 2 =
• (2+w)(sqrt(w)+sqrt(q))
• w-q
If the expression cannot be factored then answer with prime.
(correct)
14. (1 point)
• 2(y-1)(y+1)
Simplify. Assume that all expressions
(correct)
√
√
3r − 7
3r + 7 =
19. (1 point)
Factor the given polynomial
9y2 + 6y + 1 =
• 3r-49
If the expression cannot be factored then answer with prime.
(correct)
15. (1 point)
• (3y+1)ˆ2
Find the absolute value of the following numbers.
(correct)
20. (1 point)
a. |3| =
Factor the given polynomial
b. |−3| =
8x10 + 12x9 + 4x8 =
c. −|3| =
If the expression cannot be factored then answer with prime.
d. −|−3| =
• 4xˆ8(2x+1)(x+1)
• 3
• 3
• -3
• -3
(correct)
21. (1 point)
Factor the given polynomial
(correct)
16. (1 point)
r3 + 64 =
Factor by grouping
If the expression cannot be factored then answer with prime.
7ax − 7bx − 3ay + 3by.
Factors (separate by commas):
• (a-b),(7x-3y)
• (r+4)(rˆ2-4r+16)
(correct)
(correct)
3
22. (1 point)
24. (1 point)
(a) Factor the expression x4 − 16. If it
plify if possible. Assume any factors you cancel are not zero.
cannot be factored, enter NONE.
help (formulas)
12
5c =
3
25c
(b) Solve the equation x4 − 16 = 0. If there is more than one
there are no solutions, enter NONE.
x=
help (numbers)
• 20
• 1
• (xˆ2+4)(x-2)(x+2)
• 2,-2
(correct)
(correct)
23. (1 point)
Perform the indicated operation, and sim-
25. (1 point)
Simplify the expression
3x3 − 1x2 − 10x
4x2 − 14x + 12
f (x)
g(x)
Simplify the following expression. Assume
any factors you cancel are not zero.
9 8
+
s t =
st
where f (x) and g(x) are polynomials with no common factors.