By Charles P. McKeague

ISBN-10: 0495559741

ISBN-13: 9780495559740

Pat McKeague's 7th version of uncomplicated arithmetic is the e-book for the fashionable pupil such as you. Like its predecessors, the 7th variation is obvious, concise, and sufferer in explaining the strategies. This new version includes 1000's of recent and up to date examples and purposes, a remodel that incorporates cleanser pics and pictures (some from Google Earth) that let you see the relationship among arithmetic and your international. This comprises references to modern themes like gasoline costs and a few of modern day so much ahead considering businesses like Google.

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To the nearest hundred dollars, how much is spent on savings and taxes? c. To the nearest thousand dollars, how much is spent on items other than food and entertainment? EXAMPLE 5 The pie chart in the margin shows how a family earning $36,913 a year spends their money. a. To the nearest hundred dollars, what is the total amount spent on food and entertainment? b. To the nearest thousand dollars, how much of their income is spent on items other than taxes and savings? SOLUTION In each case we add the numbers in question and then round the sum to the indicated place.

What number do you subtract from 8 to get 5? 52. What number do you subtract from 6 to get 0? 53. What number do you subtract from 15 to get 7? 54. What number do you subtract from 21 to get 14? 55. What number do you subtract from 35 to get 12? 56. What number do you subtract from 41 to get 11? A Write each of the following sentences as mathematical expressions. 57. The difference of 8 and 3 58. The difference of x and 2 59. 9 subtracted from y 60. a subtracted from b 61. The difference of 3 and 2 is 1.

2,749 25 23 17 22 3,016 1,250 17. 3,482 18. 2,496 19. 32 20. 521 21. 6,245 3,005 7,503 21 340 203 4,510 43 135 1,001 342 22. 27 A Add each of the following. ) [Examples 3, 4] 23. 49 24. 85 25. 74 26. 36 27. 682 28. 439 16 29 28 46 193 270 29. 638 30. 444 31. 4,963 32. 8,291 33. 6,205 34. 8,888 191 595 5,428 7,489 9,999 9,999 35. 56,789 36. 45,678 37. 52,468 38. 13,579 39. 4,296 40. 5,637 98,765 87,654 58,642 97,531 8,720 481 4,375 7,899 41. 4,994 42. 6,824 43. 12 44. 21 999 46. 646 449 371 34 43 444 464 9,449 4,857 56 65 555 525 78 87 222 252 47.

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