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# CPM Educational Program

## HOMEWORK SOLVED   There are 45 students in a college computer science course. For how many visits did the health club charge Julia last month? What is the maximum number of large plants that he brought? Last summer Wanda painted a house that had a surface of square feet. Each can of paint she used covers square feet. How much more did Wanda spend for the finish paint? Shane made the following assertion: All numbers that are divisible by 4 are even numbers.

Write Shane's assertion in if-then form b. Check Shane's assertion using three different numbers. By Pavel Pichardo with 0 comments. PHP vs Ruby vs Python. Added Feb 19, , Under: Do we have the courage to face this? Added Jun 27, , Under: Added Mar 13, , Under: Added May 19, , Under: By Pavel Pichardo with 2 comments. Turning Ideas into Action. Added Mar 21, , Under: By Pavel Pichardo with 1 comment. Solving Systems by Graphing Solving Systems by Addition Solving Systems by Substitution Number and Value Word Problems Wind and Current Word Problems Digit Word Problems The Product Rule The Power Rule The Quotient Rule Numerical Bases and Exponents of Zero Combining Exponent Rules Monomials, Polynomials, Binomials, Trinomials First Outer Inner Last Multiplying Binomials, Two Variables Greatest Common Factor Factoring out the Greatest Common Factor Factoring Trinomials with Positive Constants Factoring Trinomials with Negative Constants Difference of Two Squares Beginning Polynomial Equations Intermediate Polynomial Equations Simplifying Rational Expressions Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions Adding Rational Expressions Subtracting Rational Expressions Binomials and Trinomials in Denominators Binomials and Trinomials in Denominators F.

Cube Root of Negative 8. Linear or Quadratic Functions Graphs of Quadratic Functions and Beginning Transformations Graphs of Quadratic Functions and Advanced Transformations Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing Taking the Square Root of Both Sides Completing The Square Variables, Expressions, and Equations 