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Written by means of acclaimed writer and mathematician George Simmons, this revision is designed for the calculus direction provided in and 4 yr schools and universities. It takes an intuitive method of calculus and makes a speciality of the appliance of the way to real-world difficulties. through the textual content, calculus is taken care of as an issue fixing technology of tremendous power.

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000 . . (c) �; (e) -\149; (i) 2 (a) If n is even, prove that n2 is also even. (b) If n is odd, prove that n2 is also odd. 75 ; (f) (h) 3 1 12; (j) 2,f-. l/7r; Every integer is either even or odd. The even integers are those that are divisible by 2 , so n is even if and only if it has the form n = 2k for some integer k. The odd inte­ gers are those that have the form n = 2k + 1 for some integer k. In Problems 3- 12, rewrite the given expression without using the absolute value symbol. 3 17 - 1 81 .

A) a :s a; If a :s b and b :s a , what conclusion can be drawn about a and b? (a) If a < b is true, is it also necessarily true that a :s b? (b) If a :s b is true, is it also necessarily true that a < b? State whether each pair of points lies on a horizontal or a vertical line: (a) ( - 2, -5), ( - 2, 3); (b) (-2 , - 5), ( 7, -5); (d) (2, - I I ) , (2, 5); (c) ( -3 , 4), (6, 4); (f) (-7, -7), ( - 7, 7); (e) (2, 2), ( - 1 3, 2); (h) (- 1, -2), (2, - 2). (g) (3, 5), (3, -2); Three vertices of a rectangle are ( - I , 2), (3, -5), ( - I , - 5).

0, show that its equation can be written as a 11 12 (a, a b � + l'. = I a b · This is called the intercept form of the equation of a line. Notice that it is easy to put y = 0 and see that the line crosses the x-axis at x = and to put x 0 and see that the line crosses the y-axis at y = 9 Put each equation in intercept form and sketch the cor­ responding line: (a) 5x + 3y + 15 = O; (b) 3x = 8y 24; (c) y = 6 - 6x; (d) 2x - 3y = 9. 10 The set of all points (x, y) that are equally distant from the points P 1 ( - 1 , - 3) and P2 (5, - 1 ) is the per­ pendicular bisector of the segment joining these points.

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