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Review concepts and definitions by reading the Chapter Highlights at the end of each chapter. 4. Practice working out exercises by completing the Chapter Review found at the end of each chapter. (If this is a final exam, go through a Cumulative Review. There is one found at the end of each chapter except Chapter 1. ) Don’t stop here! 5. It is important to place yourself in conditions similar to test conditions to find out how you will perform. In other words, as soon as you feel that you know the material, get a few blank sheets of paper and take a sample test.

The objects of a set are called its members or elements. When the elements of a set are listed, such as those displayed in the box above, the set is written in roster form. 2 Algebraic Expressions and Sets of Numbers 9 A set can also be written in set builder notation, which describes the members of a set but does not list them. The following set is written in set builder notation. {x|x is a natural number less than 3} The set of all x Helpful Hint Use 5 6 or л to write the empty set. 5 л 6 is not the empty set because it has one element: л.

The addition of two real numbers may be summarized by the following. Numbers. 3 Evaluate Expressions Containing Exponents. 4 Find Roots of Numbers. 5 Use the Order of Operations. 6 Evaluate Algebraic Adding Real Numbers 1. To add two numbers with the same sign, add their absolute values and attach their common sign. 2. To add two numbers with different signs, subtract the smaller absolute value from the larger absolute value and attach the sign of the number with the larger absolute value. Expressions.