# Beginning Algebra by Beverly Nance

By Beverly Nance

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72 ÷ –9 = 12. 36 ÷ 9 = 18. 75 ÷ –25 = 24. 98 ÷ 14 = CODE C 8 T 4 1 4 D 1 7 U 25 20 1. A number is 1+2<4 © Milliken Publishing Company 6 A –2 N –3 B –8 I 5 R 78 if it is the sum of its proper divisors. 8 5 9 21 16 18 12 2. A number is 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 6 > 12 3 E 7 13 24 14 22 1. A number is 1+2+3=6 2 P F –4 –13 if it is less than the sum of its proper divisors. 11 23 19 15 10 17 if it is more than the sum of its proper divisors. 48 MP4041 Order of Operations Using Integers 6 – 4 x –5 = 6 – (–20) = = 26 6 – 4 x –5 = 2 x –5 = = –10 Remember Use the rules for integers and order of operations to complete the path to the concert.

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18 10. 9 5. 6 + ÷ page 5 The mean scientist could not determine the mode he would use to cross the median. He decided to ask the average pedestrian. 4 7 – – B 1 – x 10 4 + x 3 3 ÷ B A 8 x – 0 page 4 Answers may vary some. 6 – + 11 page 16 1. 16 = x + 4 x 2. 24 = 2 3. x – 5 = 21 4. 2x + 1 = 17 5. 94 = x – 13 x 6. = 7 2 7. 5x = 35 8. x + 43 = 84 9. x – 18 = 36 page 6 DEMOIVRE 5 page 8 page 7 21 7 8 18 10 16 15 13 14 12 11 17 9 19 20 6 page 17 14 9 6 11 page 10 Algebra is excitement! © Milliken Publishing Company 7.