Math

Write the birth date of someone in your family or yourself, as mm/dd/yy. Example March 13, 1981 is written 3/13/81.

Write birth date of someone in your family or yourself, as mm/dd/yy. Example March 13, 1981 is written 3/13/81.

Now let a=the one- or two digit month number,

b= the negative of the one- or two- digit day number, and

c= the two-digit year number

Example a=3 b=13 c=81

Use the following algebraic expressions for parts 3-5 of the discussion

a to the 3 power-b to the 3 power

{a-b} {a to the second power+ab=b to the second power}

(b-c) divided by (2b-a)

Evaluate the three given expressions using the a, b, and c from the birth date your chose.  Make sure that b is negative when you plug in the values.

After you have your math worked out on scratch paper go back and verbally describe the steps you took to evaluate the expressions.  Make sure to use each of the vocabulary words at least once in your writing.

Did you notice anything interesting about the results of a to third power- b to the 3 power and {a-b} {a to the second power + ab+ b to the second power)?

Was this coincidence or do you think there is a reason for this?

Incorporate the following five math vocabulary words into your discussion.  Use bold font to emphasize the words in your writing.  (Do not write defintions for the words in your writing. Use them appropriately in sentences describing your math work.

Exponent, Integer, Variable, Lowest terms Divisor

Note:  I when I put the power in the discussion that means I do not  know how to make the number go small beside the number.  Please if you have any problems message me.

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