## Solutions for College Mathematics for Trades and Technologies (10th Edition) (What's New in Trade Math)

Problem 1LC:

Perform the indicated operations.
1 − 0.03
Problem 2LC:

Perform the indicated operations.
0.2(0.03)
Problem 3LC:

Perform the indicated operations.
1.5 ÷ 0.3
Problem 6E:

Write two inequalities to compare each pair of numbers. See Example 1. 44,000 and 42,999Problem 7E:

A house that sold for 183.500 four years ago has just sold for 198,900. Write two inequalities to...Problem 8E:

Touliatas Nursery sold 786 flats of annual bedding plants and 583 flats of perennial bedding plants....Problem 9E:

The Orlando Renaissance Resort sold 758 rooms for a horticulture convention and 893 rooms for a...Problem 10E:

The first day a spam filter was installed at Phoenix College, 5,982 spam e-mails were blocked. On...Problem 20E:

Two micrometer readings are recorded as 0.837 in. and 0.81 in. Which is larger? Write your answer as...Problem 21E:

A micrometer reading for a part is 3.85 in. The specifications call for a dimension of 3.8 in. Which...Problem 22E:

A washer has an inside diameter of 0.33 in. Will it fit a bolt that has a diameter of 0.325 in.? In...Problem 25E:

A nurse recorded the weights of two patients as 64.8 kilograms and 72.3 kilograms. Which weight is...Problem 29E:

To change centimeters to inches, multiply by 0.394, and to change kilometers to miles, multiply by...Problem 30E:

Give a reasonable approximate number for the following. See Example 4.
A national debt of...Problem 46E:

Write in columns and add. 12.8 + 13.52 + 7.86Problem 50E:

A part-time hourly worker earned 25.97 on Monday, 7.48 on Tuesday, 5.88 on Wednesday, 65.45 on...Problem 55E:

Estimate the sum for exercises 54–55 by rounding to thousands and Exercises 56–58 by rounding to...Problem 56E:

Estimate the sum for exercises 54–55 by rounding to thousands and Exercises 56–58 by rounding to...Problem 59E:

Palmer Associates provided the following prices for items needed to build a sidewalk: concrete,...Problem 73E:

Subtract.
Subtract 13.5 from 21.
Problem 75E:

Subtract.
Find the difference between 42 and 37.6.
Problem 76E:

According to a blueprint, the length of an object is 12.09 in. If the tolerance is ±0.01 in., what...Problem 95E:

Each officer in the Public Safety office wrote, on average, 25 tickets a week. If there are 7...Problem 98E:

Multiply the following.
Problem 99E:

Multiply the following.
Problem 108E:

BUS Premier Yard Service treats a lawn that is 215.8 feet long and 196.7 feet wide and will apply...Problem 116E:

Divide.
5.12 ÷ 4
Problem 121E:

Divide.
# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1 - Review Of Basic ConceptsChapter 1.1 - Basic Operations With Whole Numbers And DecimalsChapter 1.2 - Exponents, Roots, And PowersChapter 1.3 - Order Of Operations And Problem SolvingChapter 2 - Review Of FractionsChapter 2.1 - Multiples And FactorsChapter 2.2 - Equivalent Fractions And DecimalsChapter 2.3 - Adding And Subtracting Fractions And Mixed NumbersChapter 2.4 - Multiplying And Dividing Fractions And Mixed NumbersChapter 3 - Percents

Chapter 3.1 - Percent And Number EquivalentsChapter 3.2 - Percentage ProblemsChapter 3.3 - Increase And DecreaseChapter 4 - MeasurementChapter 4.1 - The U.s. Customary System Of MeasurementChapter 4.2 - Introduction To The Metric SystemChapter 4.3 - Time, Temperature, And Other MeasuresChapter 4.4 - Metric-u.s. Customary ComparisonsChapter 4.5 - Accuracy, Percision And ErrorChapter 5 - Signed Numbers And Powers Of 10Chapter 5.1 - Adding Signed NumbersChapter 5.2 - Subtracting Signed NumbersChapter 5.3 - Multiplying And Dividing Signed NumbersChapter 5.4 - Signed Rational NumbersChapter 5.5 - Powers Of 10Chapter 5.6 - Scientific NotationChapter 6 - StatisticsChapter 6.1 - Reading Circle, Bar, And Line GraphsChapter 6.2 - Measures Of Central TendencyChapter 6.3 - Measures Of DispersionChapter 6.4 - Counting Techniques And Simple ProbabilitiesChapter 7 - Linear Equations And InequalitiesChapter 7.1 - Variable NotationChapter 7.2 - Solving Linear EquationsChapter 7.3 - Solving Linear Equations With Fractions And Decimals By Clearing The DenominatorsChapter 7.4 - Inequalities And SetsChapter 7.5 - Solving Linear InequalitiesChapter 7.6 - Solving Compound InequalitiesChapter 8 - Formulas, Proportion, And VariationChapter 8.1 - FormulasChapter 8.2 - ProportionChapter 8.3 - Direct And Joint VariationChapter 8.4 - Inverse And Combined VariationChapter 9 - Linear Equations, Functions, And Inequalities In Two VariablesChapter 9.1 - Graphical Representation Of Linear Equations And FunctionsChapter 9.2 - Graphical Linear Equations And Inequalities In Two Variables Using Alternative MethodsChapter 9.3 - SlopeChapter 9.4 - Linear Equaiton Of A LineChapter 10 - Systems Of Linear Equations And InequalitiesChapter 10.1 - Solving Systems Of Linear Equaitons And Inequalities GraphicallyChapter 10.2 - Solving Systems Of Linear Equations Using Addition MethodChapter 10.3 - Solving Systems Of Linear Equations Using Substitution MethodChapter 10.4 - Problem Solving Using Systems Of Linear EquationsChapter 11 - Powers And PolynomialsChapter 11.1 - Laws Of ExponentsChapter 11.2 - PolynomialsChapter 11.3 - Basic Operations With PolynomialsChapter 12 - Roots And RadicalsChapter 12.1 - Irrational Numbers And Real NumbersChapter 12.2 - Simplifying Irrational ExpressionsChapter 12.3 - Basic Operations With Square-root RadicalsChapter 12.4 - Complex And Imaginary NumbersChapter 13 - FactoringChapter 13.1 - The Distributive Property And Common FactorsChapter 13.2 - Factoring Special ProductsChapter 13.3 - Factoring General TrinomialsChapter 14 - Rational Expressions, Equations, And InequalitiesChapter 14.1 - Simplifying Rational ExpressionsChapter 14.2 - Multiplying And Dividing Rational ExpressionsChapter 14.3 - Adding And Subtracting Rational ExpressionsChapter 14.4 - Solving Equations And Inequalities With Rational ExpressionsChapter 15 - Quadratic And Other Nonlinear Equations And InequalitiesChapter 15.1 - Solving Quadratic Equations By The Square-root MethodChapter 15.2 - Solving Quadratic Equations By FactoringChapter 15.3 - Solving Quadratic Equations By Completing The Square Or Using The FormulaChapter 15.4 - Graphing Quadratic FunctionsChapter 15.5 - Solving Higher-degree Equations By FactoringChapter 15.6 - Solving Quadratic InequalitiesChapter 15.7 - Solving Equations And Inequalities Containing One Absolute-value ExpressionChapter 16 - Exponential And Logarithmic EquationsChapter 16.1 - Exponential Expressions, Equations, And FormulasChapter 16.2 - Logarithmic Expresiions, Equations, And FormulasChapter 17 - GeometryChapter 17.1 - Lines And AnglesChapter 17.2 - PolygonsChapter 17.3 - Circles And RadiansChapter 17.4 - Volume And Surface AreaChapter 18 - TrianglesChapter 18.1 - Special Triangle RelationshipsChapter 18.2 - Pythagorean TheoremChapter 18.3 - Inscribed And Circumscribed Regular Polygons And CirclesChapter 18.4 - Distance And MidpointsChapter 19 - Right-triangle TrigonometryChapter 19.1 - Trigonometric FunctionsChapter 19.2 - Solving Right Triangles Using The Sine, Cosine, And Tangent FunctionsChapter 20 - Trigonometry With Any AngleChapter 20.1 - VectorsChapter 20.2 - Trigonometric Functions For Any AngleChapter 20.3 - Period And Phase ShiftChapter 20.4 - Law Of SinesChapter 20.5 - Law Of CosinesChapter A - Measuring InstrumentsChapter B - Number SystemsChapter C.1 - MatricesChapter C.2 - DeterminantsChapter D - Conic SectionsChapter D.1 - ParabolasChapter D.2 - EllipsesChapter D.3 - CirclesChapter D.4 - Hyperbolas

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