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# The Factor Tree

Example 12 Evaluate x + 3 if x = 4. Example 13 Evaluate 2 ( r – 5 ) if r = 3. Replace r with 3. Simplify within the
parentheses by subtracting .
Multiply .

Example 14 Evaluate 2 ( x + y ) if x = 4 and y = –1. Replace x with 4 and y with –1. Simplify within
Multiply.

Example 15 Evaluate if a = 2 and b = 8. Replace a with 2 and b with 8.
The fraction bar serves as a grouping symbol .
Completely simplify the top and completely
simplify the bottom before dividing. Start by
Divide.

Example 16 Evaluate if r = 16 and s = –5. Replace r with 16 and x with –5. Evaluate the
root and exponent .
Multiply.
Subtract.

Example 17 Evaluate if x = 5, y = 2 and z = 4. Replace x with 5, y with 2, and z with 4.
The fraction bar serves as a grouping symbol .
Completely simplify the top and completely
simplify the bottom before dividing. Start by
evaluating the exponent .
Add or subtract in order from left to right.
Divide.

In application problems you may find it necessary to first write an algebraic expression before
you can evaluate the expression. Recall from chapter 1 the words that represent the different
mathematical operations .

Example 18 Write an algebraic expression for each of the following. Use x to
represent “a number”. Evaluate the expression when x = 2.
a) Twice a number

 Words: Twice a number Algebraic 2 Expression: 2 • x Evaluate: b) Negative ten minus a number

 Words: Negative ten minus a number Algebraic Expression: 10 - x Evaluate: c) Seven more than a number (the word than will reverse the order ) d) The product of a number and negative three

 Words: a number The product of and negative hree Expression: 3 • (-3) Evaluate: e) Eight times a number divided by four.

 Words: eight times a number divided by four Expression: 8 • x ÷ 4 Evaluate:  In 21-25, find the average.
21. Find the average of 12, 7, 0, 8, & 23. 22. Find the average of –5, –10, 18, & –27.

23. Tommy’s allowance for the last 6 weeks was \$10, \$12, \$15, \$10, \$8, and \$11. What was
his average weekly allowance?

24. Cali’s test scores in her English class were 84%, 73%, 98% and 90%. What was her
average test score.
25. The morning temperatures for the last week were . What
was the average morning temperature?

In 26-33, evaluate the following expressions for x = 5, y = –2, and z = 3. In 34-41, write an algebraic expression for the each of the following. Use x, to represent “a
number”. Evaluate the expression when x = 2.

34. The sum of three and a number.

35. The difference between a number
and twelve.

36. The quotient of six and a number.

37. The product of a number and
negative seven.

38. Fifteen less than a number.

39. Twenty-four decreased by twice a
number.

40. The square of a number increased by
negative seven.

41. The difference of three times a
number and four.

2.4 REVIEW EXERCISES

In 1-4, use a factor tree to write the prime factorization of each number.  In 43-46, write an algebraic expression for the each of the following. Use x, to represent “a
number”. Evaluate the expression when x = 2.

43. The sum of a number and (–5).

44. 4 less than a number.

45. The quotient of (–8) and a number.

46. Twice a number increased by 3.

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