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Week 1 discussion

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For this week, consider these exercises:

Text and Section Number

Discussion Problems

PA (Prealgebra Text) 2.2

66 â 80 (even)

PA 2.3

30 â 50 (even), 58

PA 2.4

40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60, 64, 68, 72, 76, 80, 84

PA 2.5

10, 20, 42, 54, 60, 72, 84, 98, 102

PA 2.6

46 â 68 (even), 78, 86, 88. 96

To participate, choose ONE of the problems listed in the Discussion Problems Column that has not already been chosen by a classmate:

1. Click the "Start a New Thread" button below the instructions to post your solution.

2. Write the section and problem number into the subject line. Example: PA 2.6 #48.

(Using this format will list the problems in order so that you can see if a problem has already been selected by a classmate.)

3. Be sure to write out the directions for the problem and the original statement of the problem then show work or an explanation with your solution; generally speaking, do not just state your answer.

4. Click Post to save and display your problem.

Week 2 discussion

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Discussion Problems

PA (Prealgebra Text) 3.5

46 â 68 (even)

PA 3.6

4, 14, 32, 36

PA 4.2

38, 54, 66

PA 4.3

70, 78, 84, 94

PA 4.4

60, 68, 100, 120

PA 4.5

34, 40, 62, 70

PA 4.6

28, 38

PA 4.7

36, 44, 64, 74

PA 4.8

32, 46, 52, 60, 68, 70, 76, 84

To participate, choose ONE of the problems listed in the Discussion Problems Column that has not already been chosen by a classmate:

1. Click the "Start a New Thread" button below the instructions to post your solution.

2. Write the section and problem number into the subject line. Example: PA 2.6 #48.

(Using this format will list the problems in order so that you can see if a problem has already been selected by a classmate.)

3. Be sure to write out the directions for the problem and the original statement of the problem then show work or an explanation with your solution; generally speaking, do not just state your answer.

4. Click Post to save and display your problem.

Week 3 discussion

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For this week, consider these exercises:

Text and Section Number

Discussion Problems

PA (Prealgebra Text) 5.3

94, 98

PA 5.4

108, 112

PA 5.5

None

PA 5.6

20, 24, 38, 48, 64, 66, 68, 74

PA 6.2

22, 38, 50, 52

PA 7.3

6, 10, 12, 14, 20, 22, 28, 30, 36, 38

PA 7.4

2 â 24 (even), 30 â 36 (even)

PA 7.5

2, 8, 14, 22, 28, 34, 38, 48

To participate, choose ONE of the problems listed in the Discussion Problems Column that has not already been chosen by a classmate:

1. Click the "Start a New Thread" button below the instructions to post your solution.

2. Write the section and problem number into the subject line. Example: PA 2.6 #48.

(Using this format will list the problems in order so that you can see if a problem has already been selected by a classmate.)

3. Be sure to write out the directions for the problem and the original statement of the problem then show work or an explanation with your solution; generally speaking, do not just state your answer.

4. Click Post to save and display your problem.

Week 4 discussion

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EA (Elementary Algebra Text) 2.1

34 â 52 (even)

EA 2.2

34 â 56 (even)

EA 2.3

8 â 32 (even)

EA 2.4

16, 18, 20, 26, 28, 32, 34, 36

To participate, choose ONE of the problems listed in the Discussion Problems Column that has not already been chosen by a classmate:

1. Click the "Start a New Thread" button below the instructions to post your solution.

2. Write the section and problem number into the subject line. Example: EA 2.3 #28.

(Using this format will list the problems in order so that you can see if a problem has already been selected by a classmate.)

3. Be sure to write out the directions for the problem and the original statement of the problem then show work or an explanation with your solution; generally speaking, do not just state your answer.

4. Click Post to save and display your problem.

Week 5 discussion

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For this week, consider these exercises:

Text and Section Number

Discussion Problems

EA (Elementary Algebra Text) 2.5

2 â 34 (even)

EA 2.6

46 â 84 (even)

Applications of Linear Inequalities

Applications of Linear Inequalities.pdf

EA 3.1

12, 14, 16, 20, 22, 24, 26

To participate, choose ONE of the problems listed in the Discussion Problems Column that has not already been chosen by a classmate:

1. Click the "Start a New Thread" button below the instructions to post your solution.

2. Write the section and problem number into the subject line. Example: EA 2.3 #28.

(Using this format will list the problems in order so that you can see if a problem has already been selected by a classmate.)

3. Be sure to write out the directions for the problem and the original statement of the problem then show work or an explanation with your solution; generally speaking, do not just state your answer.

4. Click Post to save and display your problem.

Week 6 discussion

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For this week, consider these exercises:

Text and Section Number

Discussion Problems

EA (Elementary Algebra Text) 3.3

2 â 30 (even)

EA 3.4

2 â 24 (even)

EA 3.5

2 â 26 (even)

EA 3.6

2 â 34 (even)

To participate, choose ONE of the problems listed in the Discussion Problems Column that has not already been chosen by a classmate:

1. Click the "Start a New Thread" button below the instructions to post your solution.

2. Write the section and problem number into the subject line. Example: EA 2.3 #28.

(Using this format will list the problems in order so that you can see if a problem has already been selected by a classmate.)

3. Be sure to write out the directions for the problem and the original statement of the problem then show work or an explanation with your solution; generally speaking, do not just state your answer.

4. Click Post to save and display your problem.

Week 7 discussion

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For this week, consider these exercises:

Text and Section Number

Discussion Problems

EA (Elementary Algebra Text) 4.1

2 â 18 (even)

EA 4.2

2 â 18, 22 -28 (even)

EA 4.3

2 â 24 (even)

EA 4.4

2 â 16 (even)

To participate, choose ONE of the problems listed in the Discussion Problems Column that has not already been chosen by a classmate:

1. Click the "Start a New Thread" button below the instructions to post your solution.

2. Write the section and problem number into the subject line. Example: EA 2.3 #28.

(Using this format will list the problems in order so that you can see if a problem has already been selected by a classmate.)

3. Be sure to write out the directions for the problem and the original statement of the problem then show work or an explanation with your solution; generally speaking, do not just state your answer.

4. Click Post to save and display your problem.

Week 8 discussion

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For this week, consider these exercises:

Week 8 Review Problems

To participate, choose ONE of the problems listed in the Discussion Problems Column that has not already been chosen by a classmate:

1. Click the "Start a New Thread" button below the instructions to post your solution.

2. Write the problem number into the subject line. Example: Problem #28.

(Using this format will list the problems in order so that you can see if a problem has already been selected by a classmate.)

3. Be sure to write out the directions for the problem and the original statement of the problem then show work or an explanation with your solution; generally speaking, do not just state your answer.

4. Click Post to save and display your problem.