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59. b. ͙4 ෆ = 2, so ͙5 ෆ > 2. 60. a. ͙17 ෆ > 4 and ͙5 ෆ > 2, therefore, ͙17 ෆ + ͙5 ෆ > 6. Since ͙25 ෆ = 5, ෆ < 5. Quantity A is greater. ͙22 a b a 4 9 36 36 61. a. ᎏbᎏ × ᎏcᎏ = ᎏcᎏ and ᎏ5ᎏ × ᎏ7ᎏ = ᎏ35ᎏ; ᎏ35ᎏ > 1. 3 3 62. b. 75. 75% to a decimal, move the decimal point two places to the left. 75. 63. b. The only pair of numbers that adds to 12 and is prime is 7 and 5. Therefore, x and y are 5 and 7; xy = (5)(7) = 35. 35 < 38. 64. a. For any positive numbers a and b, a + b > b − a. Therefore, (a + b)(a + b) > (b − a)(b − a).
The quantity 25, in column B, is greater. 127. a. Since the variable a is a positive integer, both choices are positive, and a10 > a7. These are fractions with the same numerator. When two fractions are being compared with the same numerators, the smaller the denominator, the larger the number. Column A is greater. 128. c. By the laws of exponents, (a4)2 = a4 × 2 = a8. This is true for any real number a. Therefore, the quantities in Column A and Column B are equal. 129. a. 33 is equal to 3 × 3 × 3, which is 27.
5 three places to the right to get 16,500 (quantity A). 65 four places to the right to get 16,500 (quantity B). 28. c. “Of ” means multiply. Multiply the fractions in quantity A; 3 ᎏ4ᎏ × ᎏ181ᎏ = ᎏ2444ᎏ = ᎏ161ᎏ. Quantity A is equal to quantity B. 29. a. The value of x is negative. x3 is also negative because three negatives multiply to a negative answer. The negative in front of −x3y negates the negative of x3, making the quantity positive. The value of y doesn’t matter because it is positive, making it greater than quantity B.