By Greenwell, Raymond N.; Lial, Margaret L.; Ritchey, Nathan P
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A. n The symbol 2 is a radical sign, the number a is the radicand, and n is the index of the 2 radical. The familiar symbol 2a is used instead of 2 a. Example 1 Radical Calculations 4 (a) 2 16 = 161/4 = 2 5 (b) 2 -32 = -2 3 (c) 2 1000 = 10 (d) 6 64 A 729 = 2 3 n With a1/n written as 2a, the expression am/n also can be written using radicals. n n am/n = 1 2a2m or am/n = 2 am The following properties of radicals depend on the definitions and properties of exponents. Properties of Radicals n n For all real numbers a and b and natural numbers m and n such that 2 a and 2b are real numbers: n n 1.
Properties of Radicals n n For all real numbers a and b and natural numbers m and n such that 2 a and 2b are real numbers: n n 1. 1 ! a 2 n = a n 2. an = b n n 0a0 a 4. b n m mn 5. # ! a = ! a n 3. a ~ ! b = ! ab 1b 3 02 Property 3 can be used to simplify certain radicals. For example, since 48 = 16 # 3, # # 248 = 216 3 = 216 23 = 4 23. To some extent, simplification is in the eye of the beholder, and 248 might be considered as simple as 4 23. In this textbook, we will consider an expression to be simpler when we have removed as many factors as possible from under the radical.
1 23 Slopes and Equations of Lines y-axis Quadrant II y Quadrant I (–2, 4) (0, 3) (3, 2) (1, 0) (–5, 0) x-axis 0 (2, –2) (–3, –4) y-intercept is b. (0, –4) Quadrant III x Figure 2 Slope of a Line An important characteristic of a straight line is its slope, a number that represents the “steepness” of the line. To see how slope is defined, look at the line in Figure 3. The line passes through the points 1x 1 , y1 2 = 1-3, 52 and 1x 2 , y2 2 = 12, -42. The difference in the two x-values, y ∆x = 2 – (–3) =5 ∆y = –4 – 5 = –9 x x2 - x1 = 2 - 1-32 = 5 in this example, is called the change in x.
Calculus with applications by Greenwell, Raymond N.; Lial, Margaret L.; Ritchey, Nathan P