California Algebra Readiness: Concepts, Skills, and Problem by Jack Price

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Royalty-Free/CORBIS TECHNOLOGY A 6-bit computer monitor can display 2 6 colors. How many colors can the monitor display? Progress Check 5 (Lesson 5) Vocabulary and Concept Check base (p. 22) exponent (p. 22) power (p. 22) Choose the term that best completes each statement. (Examples 1–4) 1. In 4 3, 4 is the ? 2. In 4 3, 3 is the ? Skills Check Simplify. (Example 1) 3. 33 4. 24 5. 42 6. 92 7. 35 8. 53 Write each product using exponents. (Examples 2–3) 5×5×5×5 10. 8×8×8 11. 6×6×6×6×6 12. 2×2×2×2×2×2×2 13.

SHOPPING A card shop sells cards in packages of eight and envelopes in packages of ten. One card will go in each envelope. What is the fewest number of packages of each item you can buy so that no cards or envelopes will be left over? Lesson 9 Least Common Multiple 39 WORK WITH A PARTNER Choose two different numbers that are 12 or less. Work together to find the lowest common multiple. Voca b u la ry Re vie Examples 1–2 VOCABULARY (pages 38–39) Example 1 1. How do you know that 5, 10, 15, and 20 are multiples of 5?

17. 36 Prerequisite Skills Explain the difference between terminating and repeating decimals. How are they alike? How are they different? Progress Check 8 (Lesson 8) Vocabulary and Concept Check decimal (p. 34) decimal point (p. 34) repeating decimal (p. 34) terminating decimal (p. 34) Choose the term that best completes each statement. 1. 55 is a(n) 2. 5676767 . . is a(n) ? ? Skills Check Identify the decimal as terminating or repeating. (Examples 1–2) 3. 111 . . 4. 13 5. 3535 . . 6. 040404 .

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