By A. Aizpuru-Tomas, F. Leon-Saavedra
This quantity involves a suite of articles from specialists with a wealthy study and academic event. The participants of this quantity are: Y Benyamini, M González, V Müller, S Reich, E Matouskova, A J Zaslavski and A R Palacios. each one in their paintings is valuable. for instance, Benyamini’s is the one up to date survey of the intriguing and energetic zone of the type of Banach areas below uniformly non-stop maps whereas González’s article is a pioneer advent to the idea of neighborhood duality for Banach areas.
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Use your prices to complete the chart in your notebook. 8 0 Here is another chart that represents the prices of combinations of two items. 3 4 5 Number of First Item (Price A) 11. Reflect Do you think all of the students in your class have the same numbers in their charts? Explain why or why not. 12. Now you can make many equations based on the information in your chart. Write three equations. Section E: Equations 29 E Equations Return to Mario’s Some prices in Mario’s restaurant have changed. 50 if you order one taco, two salads, and one drink.
3. Explain why the chart starts with (0, 0) and not with (1, 1). 4. For each of the following puzzles, find the number that goes in the circle and explain your strategy. a. b. 51 10 18 27 0 Section C 0 Finding Prices 1. Three T-shirts and four caps are advertised for $96. Two T-shirts and five caps cost $99. How much does a single T-shirt cost? How much does a cap cost? Show your work. 75. 50. 50 Margarita used a combination chart to find the prices of short and tall candles. 2. a. Use Margarita’s chart to show how she might solve the problem.
What is the cost of each ticket? 3. In the following equations, the numbers 96 and 27 can represent lengths, weights, prices, or whatever you wish. 4L ؉ 3M ؍96 L ؉ M ؍27 a. Write a story to fit these equations. b. Find the value of L and the value of M. 4. In the following equations, find the value of C and the value of K. Imagining a story to fit the equations may help you solve for the values. 5C ؉ 4K ؍50 4C ؉ 5K ؍58 Refer back to Quinn's Quantities on page 19. Write an equation that represents the price of the two mixtures.
Advanced courses of mathematical analysis 1 by A. Aizpuru-Tomas, F. Leon-Saavedra