CliffsNotes GRE General Test Cram Plan 2nd Edition (Cliffsnotes Cram Plan)

CliffsNotes GRE General Test Cram Plan 2nd Edition (Cliffsnotes Cram Plan)

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for N or P, it is enough to express the relationship between N and P. Cross-multiply and simplify, and work toward an equation with P) → 80N + 70P = 76N + 76P → 4N = 6P. Then on one side. 80N + 70P = 76(N + . (See Chapter XIII, Section A.) 50. $10.23 It’s possible to calculate each day’s addition to savings and then add, but it may be faster to look for a pattern in the cumulative sum. On day 1, she deposits 1¢, for a total of 1¢. On day 2, she deposits 2¢ for a total of 3¢. On day 3, she

for this reading passage. Although some of the other options may be true statements based on the information presented, Choice A is the best, because the passage is primarily about how conifers adapt and thrive in this environment. 2. A Conifer needles have a waxy coating that protects against moisture loss, so these trees can live in an environment without a lot of rain water. The other answers are not true—conifers shed their needles every three or four years, not annually; the stomata does

condenses two statements: 5x + 4 ≥ –1 (or –1 ≤ 5x + 4) and 5x + 4 ≤ 19. Solving a compound inequality requires solving each of the inequalities it contains. EXAMPLE: Solve –1 ≤ 5x + 4 ≤ 19. See the compound inequality as two simple inequalities: –1 ≤ 5x + 4 and 5x + 4 ≤ 19. Solve each inequality. If desired, the two solutions can be condensed into a compound inequality: –1 ≤ x ≤ 3. 8. Absolute Value Inequalities When an equation contains an absolute value expression, two cases must be

9. 4. C Remove the parentheses by distributing. Add 12z to both sides to eliminate a variable term, and then add 10 to both sides to eliminate a constant term. Finally, divide both sides by –2. 5. B On the left side, “distribute the negative”—that is, multiply by –1—and combine like terms. On the right side, distribute the –4. 128 Algebra Add 4y to both sides, then subtract 2 from both sides, and finally divide both sides by 2. 6. A Don’t be distracted by the use of letters rather than

is expressed in ax2 + bx + c form. Answers 1. A 24x5 – 32x8 = 8x5(3 – 4x3), so c – b = 4 – 3 = 1 and c – a = 4 – 8 = –4. 2. B (–2x – 3)(2x + 5) = –4x2 – 10x – 6x – 15 = –4x2 – 16x – 15, so b = –16 and c = –15. 3. C –3t3(2t – 1) = (–3t3)(2t) – (–3t3)(1) = –6t4 + 3t3. 4. A (5x + 3)(2x – 1) = (5x)(2x) + (5x)(–1) + 3(2x) + 3(–1) = 10x2 – 5x + 6x – 3 = 10x2 + x – 3. 5. D Recognize this as the sum and difference of the same two terms, and, therefore, equal to the difference of squares: . 6. D Look

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