By William J. Clark, Robert A. Brechner

ISBN-10: 0321691822

ISBN-13: 9780321691828

With an emphasis on actual international purposes, utilized easy arithmetic, moment variation, offers scholars with a brand new and fresh standpoint on simple arithmetic. Paired with a approach of established help, authors Clark and Brechner continually asks pupil to narrate, make stronger, and evaluation as they examine. this article presents professors with a dynamic method of training the fabric and an technique that encourages scholars to dive into the mathematics!

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58. How much is 125 added to 299? 59. Find the sum of 608, 248, and 96. 60. What is the total of 663, 518, and 613? 61. An airplane flying at 23,400 feet climbed 3500 feet to avoid 62. Contempo Design Lighting manufactured 3430 desk a thunderstorm. What is the new altitude of the plane? 63. Elton Technologies sold $46,700 in circuit breakers last month. If this month they are projecting sales to be $12,300 higher, how much are the projected sales for this month? 65. Last semester, Morley paid school tuition of $1433.

TRY-IT EXERCISE 1 Subtract. a. 355 2 242 b. 767 2 303 c. 4578 2 2144 Check your answers with the solutions in Appendix A. 3 Subtracting Whole Numbers Consider the following problem. 724 2 562 When we subtract the numbers in the ones column, we get 2. But, when we try to subtract the digits in the tens column, we do not get a whole number. Indeed, 2 2 6 is not a whole number! In order to do this problem and others like it, we apply the concept of borrowing. To understand how this works, let’s first rewrite the minuend and subtrahend in expanded notation.

19 e. 134,221 Check your answers with the solutions in Appendix A. 1B Write a whole number in standard notation and word form In each of the examples above, commas separate the periods. A representation for a whole number in which each period is separated by a comma is called standard notation or standard form. For example, the number 32158 is written in standard notation as follows. 32,158 Whole numbers with four digits may be written with or without a comma. For example, either 2139 or 2,139 is correct.

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