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If g(x) = 9 – 3x2, then g (–1) = 303. If , then h(–4) = , then w(4) = 39 40 Part I: The Questions Chapter 7 Multiplying by One or More Terms M ultiplying algebraic expressions is much like multiplying numbers, but the introduction of variables makes the process just a bit more interesting. Products involving variables call on the rules of exponents. And, because of the commutative property of addition and multiplication, arrangements and rearrangements of terms and factors can make the process simpler.

267–286 Simplify, applying the order of operations. 267. 268. 269. 270. 271. 272. 273. 274. 276. 277. 4(6 – 3) 278. 5(–3 + 2) 279. 280. 281. 282. 283. 3 + 2(6 – 4) 37 38 Part I: The Questions 284. 8 – 7(1 + 3) 290. What is 285. 4(6 + 1) – 8(3 + 2) 291. What is 2(l + w) if l = 4 and w = 3? 286. 292. What is if b = 9 and h = 4? 293. What is if 294. What is if C = 40? Evaluating Expressions Using the Order of Operations if x = –2? d = 3? , n = 11, and 287–296 Evaluate the expressions. 287. What is 3x2 if x = –2?

305. If n(x) = x3 + 2x2, then n(2) = 298. 6! – 3! 306. If 299. , then p(3) = 307. If q(x) = x! , then q(4) = 300. 308. If , then r(8) = Focusing on Function Notation 309. If , then t(–3) = 301–310 Evaluate the functions for the input value given. 301. If f (x) = x2 + 3x + 1, then f (2) = 310. If 302. If g(x) = 9 – 3x2, then g (–1) = 303. If , then h(–4) = , then w(4) = 39 40 Part I: The Questions Chapter 7 Multiplying by One or More Terms M ultiplying algebraic expressions is much like multiplying numbers, but the introduction of variables makes the process just a bit more interesting.