- Solve each equation algebraically. Six parts. Look at problems 3.1.31 - 3.1.65 (4 parts), 3.8.13 - 3.8.17 (1 part), and 3.8.55 - 3.8.71 (1 part)
- Solve the formula for the given variable. Two parts. Look at problems 3.3.3 - 3.3.31.
- Application problem. Look at problems 3.3.53 - 3.3.57. (Directly from text with numbers changed)
- Application problem. Directly from text with numbers changed. Be sure you know the formulas from section 3.5. Look at problems 3.5.19, 25, 39, 41, 47, 57
- Solve the inequality algebraically. Write the solution with interval notation and graph the solution set on the number line. Five parts. Look at problems 3.6.47 - 3.6.77 (1 part), 3.7.33 - 3.7.45 (1 part), 3.7.61 - 3.7.75 (1 part), 3.8.91 - 3.8.109 (2 parts)
- Determine three solutions of the given equation and sketch the graph. Look at problems 4.1.39 - 4.1.53
- The equations of two lines are given. Determine if the lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. Look at problems 4.3.19 - 4.3.23
- Write an equation of the line having the given slope and containing the given point. Look at problems 4.4.21 - 4.4.35
- Write an equation of the line that contains the given pair of points. Look at problems 4.4.39 - 4.4.51
- Graph the inequality. Look at problems 4.5.19 - 4.5.37

- All problems except for the application problems are directly from the odd numbered exercises in the text.
- The applications problems are very similar to problems in the text, only the numeric values have been changed.
- The homework for Chapter 4 was incorrectly listed on your assignment sheet. The instructor mis-typed the information. Please note the corrected assignment below.

Sect | # | Assignment | |

4.1 | 29 | 1, 9, 13, 29-63, 77, 83, 89-97, 113 | |

4.2 | 52 | 1-45, 53-67, 73-81 | |

4.3 | 29 | 1-37, 67-85 | |

4.4 | 37 | 1-71, 101 | |

4.5 | 18 | 1-7, 11, 13, 19-39, 55 |