By Margaret L. Lial, John Hornsby, Terry McGinnis

ISBN-10: 0321715403

ISBN-13: 9780321715401

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Additive inverses have a sum of 0 (the additive identity). OBJECTIVE 3 1 1 Additive inverses and , - 34 and 34 (sum of 0) 2 2 The multiplicative inverse (or reciprocal) of a number a is 1a (where a Z 0), and multiplicative inverses have a product of 1 (the multiplicative identity). 1 1 3 4 Multiplicative inverses 5 and and - 2, and , (product of 1) 5 2 4 3 5 and - - 5, This discussion leads to the inverse properties of addition and multiplication. Inverse Properties For any real number a, the following are true.

Concept Check Give a real number that statisfies each condition. 75 (b) A rational number between 14 and 34 (c) A whole number that is not a natural number (d) An integer that is not a whole number (e) An irrational number between ͙4 and ͙9 12 CHAPTER 1 Review of the Real Number System Decide whether each statement is true or false. If it is false, tell why. See Example 4. 25. Every integer is a whole number. 26. Every natural number is an integer. 27. Every irrational number is an integer. 28.

Explain why the reciprocal of a nonzero number must have the same sign as the number. Multiply. See Example 6. 57. 51- 72 58. 61- 92 59. - 81- 52 1 61. - 10a - b 5 1 62. - 1- 182 2 63. 65. - 5 12 a- b 2 25 66. - 69. 452 9 21 a- b 7 36 3 1- 162 4 67. - 70. 142 3 24 a- b 8 9 71. 142 60. - 201- 42 64. 3 1- 352 5 68. - 2 77 a- b 11 4 72. 12 Divide where possible. See Example 7. 73. - 14 2 74. - 39 13 75. - 24 -4 76. - 45 -9 77. 100 - 25 78. 150 - 30 79. 0 -8 80. 0 - 14 81. 5 0 82. 13 0 10 12 83. , a- b 17 5 87.

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