# Math home work week 1

Due by 01/29/2015 8:30 PM EST.

Read the aftercited instructions in arrange to accomplished this argument, and re-examination the example of how to accomplished the math required for this assignment:

- Write your race conclusion or the race conclusion of someone in your rise as mm/dd/yy. (Example: March 13, 1981 is written 3/13/81, and November 7, 1967 is written 11/7/67).
- Now let a = the one- or two-digit month reckon,
- b = the
*negative*of the one- or two-digit day reckon, and - c = the two-digit year reckon.

(Our example: a = 3, b = -13, and c = 81a = 11, b = -7, and c = 67)**or**

- Use the aftercited algebraic expressions for volume 3-5 of the argument:
- Evaluate the three abandoned expressions using the a, b, and c from your race conclusion.
*Make believing that b is*.**negative**when you delay in the values

- After you feel your math worked out on skim Nursing Dissertation, go end and verbally represent the steps you took to evaluate the expressions. Make believing to use each of the wordbook utterance at last uninterruptedly in your congruity.
- Did you heed anything interesting about the results of and ? Was this concurrence or do you ponder there is a deduce for this?

- Did you heed anything interesting about the results of and ? Was this concurrence or do you ponder there is a deduce for this?
- Incorporate the aftercited five math wordbook utterance into your argument. Use
**bold**font to emphasize the utterance in your congruity (**Do not transcribe definitions for the utterance; use them unexceptionably in sentences describing your math work**.):- Exponent
- Integer
- Variable
- Lowest conditions
- Divisor

Your primal column should be 150-250 utterance in extension. Respond to at last two of your classmates’ columns by Day 7. Do you acquiesce after a while how your classmates used the wordbook? Did the learner treat the negatives in the formulas precisely?