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What is the score for a student who had 17 correct answers, had 8 incorrect answers, and left 2 questions blank? 15 16 Chapter 1 / Real Numbers and Variable Expressions The Atmosphere The table at the right shows the average temperatures at different cruising altitudes for airplanes. Use the table for Exercises 184 to 186. 184. Cruising Altitude What is the difference between the average temperatures at 12,000 ft and at 40,000 ft? 185. What is the difference between the average temperatures at 40,000 ft and at 50,000 ft?
The inequality is true for Ϫ6 and Ϫ2. Solution on p. S1 5 5 −5 − 4 − 3 − 2 − 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 TA K E N O T E The distance from 0 to 5 is 5; ͉5͉ ϭ 5. The distance from 0 to Ϫ5 is 5; ͉Ϫ5͉ ϭ 5. Point of Interest To find the additive inverse and absolute value of a number VIDEO & DVD CD TUTOR WEB SSM On the number line, the numbers 5 and Ϫ5 are the same distance from zero but on opposite sides of zero. The numbers 5 and Ϫ5 are called opposites or additive inverses of each other. ) The opposite (or additive inverse) of 5 is Ϫ5.
Explain your answer. 190. Is the difference between two integers always smaller than either of the integers? If not, give an example in which the difference between two integers is greater than either integer. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. D. 630, the Hindu mathematician Brahmagupta wrote a fraction as one number over another separated by a space. D. 1050) was the first to show a fraction with a horizontal bar separating the numerator and denominator. 17 Rational and Irrational Numbers To write a rational number as a decimal VIDEO & DVD CD TUTOR SSM WEB A rational number is the quotient of two integers.