For problems 1 and 2 specify each term.

### Exercise 1

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### Exercise 2

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### Exercise 3

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For problems 4-9, find the value of each expression.

### Exercise 4

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### Exercise 5

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### Exercise 6

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### Exercise 7

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### Exercise 8

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### Exercise 9

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For problems 10-12, simplify each expression by combining like terms.

### Exercise 10

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### Exercise 11

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### Exercise 12

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For problems 13-22, solve each equation.

### Exercise 13

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### Exercise 14

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### Exercise 15

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### Exercise 16

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### Exercise 17

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### Exercise 18

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### Exercise 19

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### Exercise 20

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### Exercise 21

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### Exercise 22

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### Exercise 23

((Reference) and (Reference)) Three consecutive even integers add to -36. What are they?

### Exercise 24

((Reference) and (Reference)) The perimeter of a rectangle is 38 feet. Find the length and width of the rectangle if the length is 5 feet less than three times the width.

### Exercise 25

((Reference) and (Reference)) Four numbers add to -2. The second number is three more than twice the negative of the first number. The third number is six less than the first number. The fourth number is eleven less than twice the first number. Find the numbers.

Comments:"Used as supplemental materials for developmental math courses."