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58 x2 . x5 = x2 + 5 = x7 2a'3b= 3a+b -2k2. , To find the power of a power of a base, keep the base and multiply the exponents. 59 (x3)2 = xb (k4)3 = kn {a2)3. a5a = au 15. To multiply a polynomial by a monomial, multiply each term of the polynomial by the monomial. Apply the distributive law (see review item 15, Unit 1). 59 Multiplying horizontally: 2xy( x + y - 3) = 2x2y + 2xy2 bxy or, multiplying vertically: 2x+ 3y- 4 2xy 4x2y + Sxy2 - 8xy 4y-{7-[3-h2y-5]) 4y-{7 - 3 - 2y+ 5} 4y- 7 + 3 + 2y- 5 6y-9 Review Item Ref Page Example 16.

The distance is 2 and the direction is downward (negative). The answer is "2. Now let us consider how to subtract a negative number from a positive one. You have seen one example of this. Here is another. To subtract "3 from +5, count from "3 to +5. The distance is 8 and the direction is upward (positive). The difference, therefore, is +8, as shown on the vertical scale below. Remember: Always count from the subtrahend to the minuend. This determines the direction in which you are counting and therefore the sign of the answer.

For example, (+2y) + (-3y) + (+5y) may be written 2y - 3y + by. Adding the numerical coefficients of these like terms and keeping the common literal coefficient gives us (2 - 3 + 5)y, or 4y. 7. Here is another example illustrating how an expression composed of like and unlike terms is simplified: 2a + 3a + 4ay - 4a + 72 - 4 = (2 + 3 - 4)a + 4ay + 72 - 4 = a + 4ay + 72-4. Try simplifying the following polynomials. y = (3 - l)xy + (2 + 4)x2y = 2xy + 6x2y (a) 4a6 - 66c + 36c - 2a6 = (b) (+3a)-(+2a) + (-4a)= (c) x2 - y2 + 4 - 3y2 = (d) rw - 2rw + 7 - 3 + y = (e) a 6c + bac + ac6 = = = = = = Simplify and add the following monomials.