Basic College Mathematics with Early Integers (2nd Edition) by Elayn Martin-Gay

By Elayn Martin-Gay

Elayn Martin-Gay firmly believes that each scholar can be triumphant, and her developmental math textbooks and video assets are inspired via this trust. Basic collage arithmetic with Early Integers, moment Edition used to be written to assist scholars successfully make the transition from mathematics to algebra. the hot version bargains new assets just like the Student Organizer and now contains Student Resources at the back of the e-book to aid scholars on their quest for success.

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59 Answers 1. a. 60 b. 640 c. 330 2. a. 72,000 b. 9000 c. 672,000 3. a. 3500 b. 76,200 c. 979,000 Concept Check Answers a. 100 b. 0 Objective b. 29 Estimating Sums and Differences By rounding addends, minuends, and subtrahends, we can estimate sums and differences. An estimated sum or difference is appropriate when the exact number is not necessary. Also, an estimated sum or difference can help us determine if we made a Copyright 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Round each of the following numbers to the nearest hundred.

Keys 83 Use a calculator to subtract. Vocabulary and Readiness Check Use the choices below to fill in each blank. 0 number 1. 2. 3. 4. minuend subtrahend difference The difference of any number and that same number is . The difference of any number and 0 is the same . In 37 - 19 = 18, the number 37 is the , and the number 19 is the In 37 - 19 = 18, the number 18 is called the . Find each difference. 5. 6 - 6 6. 93 - 93 1. 8. 4 Exercise Set Objective 7. 600 - 0 Subtract. Check by adding. See Examples 1 and 2.

773 - 29 25. 923 - 476 26. 813 - 227 27. 6283 - 560 28. 5349 - 720 29. 533 - 29 30. 724 - 16 31. 200 - 111 32. 300 - 211 33. 1983 - 1904 34. 1983 - 1914 35. 56,422 - 16,508 36. 76,652 - 29,498 33 34 C H A P T E R 1 I THE WHOLE NUMBERS 37. 50,000 - 17,289 38. 40,000 - 23,582 39. 7020 - 1979 40. 6050 - 1878 41. 51,111 - 19,898 42. 62,222 - 39,898 Solve. See Examples 5 and 6. 43. Subtract 5 from 9. 44. Subtract 9 from 21. 45. Find the difference of 41 and 21. 46. Find the difference of 16 and 5. 47.

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