By Wallace C. Boyden

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Simplify: √ 1. 16a2 b6 . 2. 4 81x4 y 8 . 3. 3 −8x6 y 3 . 4. 5. √ 5 √ 5 −32a10 b15 . 243a5 b10 . 51 6. 3 27x3 y 9 . 7. 4 16x8 y 4 . 8. 9x8 y 6 . 9. 4 6 4 9m y . 10. 3 8 9 6 27 a b . 11. 3 9 12 − 27 64 x y . 12. 5 32 5 15 − 243 a b . 13. 6 x12 (a − b) . 14. 3 a9 (x2 + y 2 ) . 6 3 4 15. 4a2 b6 (x2 − y) . 16. 16x4 y 2 (m3 + y) . 17. 1 4 6 9a b − 1 6 3 8x y + 18. 6 3 19. Multiply 20. Divide √ 3 5 1 6 9 8a b − 5 32 10 15 243 a b 1 10 5 − 32 x y − 3 + √ 3 −x6 y 3 − a6 b9 . 1 4 2 4x y . √ 25a4 b2 c2 by − 3 −8a3 b6 c9 .

X3 − 1. 14. 1 − y 3 . 15. 1 3 6 27 x y 16. 8 − − b9 . 1 6 3 64 m n . 17. 1 − (a + b)3 . 18. x3 y 3 − (x − y 2 )3 . 19. x7 − xy 3 . 20. ab3 − ac3 + mb3 − mc3 . 21. x6 − y 6 into four factors. 22. x6 − x5 + x3 − x2 − x + 1. 23. a2 − b2 + a3 − b3 . 24. mx3 + my 3 − x − y. 25. How many hours will it take x men to dig 75 bushels of potatoes if each man digs y bushels an hour? 26. If there are x tens, y units, and z hundreds in a number, what will represent the whole number of units? 28. CASE V. To factor trinomials which are perfect squares.

Mx3 + my 3 − x − y. 25. How many hours will it take x men to dig 75 bushels of potatoes if each man digs y bushels an hour? 26. If there are x tens, y units, and z hundreds in a number, what will represent the whole number of units? 28. CASE V. To factor trinomials which are perfect squares. Square c + b, c − b, x2 − y 2 , 3mn3 + y 2 , 2a2 bc − 3x2 yz 3 . How are the first and last terms of these trinomial squares formed? How is the middle term formed? When is a trinomial a square? Name those of the following trinomials which are squares: 1.