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38. x−3 5 − 4 y +2 46. 39. 16. (b − 3)(b + 3)(b2 + 9) 17. xy(x + y) 37. 1 y 40. 1 a 19. (t − 2)(t + 2t + 4) 4t + 1 3 + t2 t 3 v+1 + v(v − 2) v3 21. (n + 3)(n2 − 3n + 9) 42. w−1 2 − w3 w(w − 3) For Exercises 23–50, simplify the given expression as much as possible. 43. 1 x y − x−y y x 23. 4(2m + 3n) + 7m 44. 1 1 1 − y x−y x+y 3 2 20. (m − 2)(m + 2m + 4m + 8m + 16) 22. (y + 2)(y 4 − 2y 3 + 4y 2 − 8y + 16) 24. 3 2m + 4(n + 5p) + 6n − a 47. x−2 y z x+2 48. x−4 y+3 y−3 x+4 49. a−t b−c b+c a+t 50. r +m u−n n+u m−r 5 1 − 2u + u2 u3 41.

Equivalently, a < b if and only if b − a is positive. In particular, b is positive if and only if 0 < b. a b a < b. We say that a is less than or equal to b, written a ≤ b, if a < b or a = b. Thus the statement x < 4 is true if x equals 3 but false if x equals 4, whereas the statement x ≤ 4 is true if x equals 3 and also true if x equals 4. We say that b is greater than a, written b > a, if b is right of a on the real line. Thus b > a means the same as a < b. Similarly, we say that b is greater than or equal to a, written b ≥ a, if b > a or b = a.

2, 8] ∪ (−1, 4) 26. (−∞, −6] ∪ (−8, 12) 23. (3, ∞) ∪ [2, 8] 28. (−∞, −10] ∪ (−∞, −8] 20. [−8, −3) ∪ [−6, −1) 25. (−∞, −3) ∪ [−5, ∞) 22. (−9, −2) ∪ [−7, −5] 27. (−3, ∞) ∪ [−5, ∞) 29. A medicine is known to decompose and become ineffective if its temperature ever reaches 103 degrees Fahrenheit or more. Write an interval to represent the temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit) at which the medicine is ineffective. 32. 06 inch. (a) Write an inequality using absolute values and the length w of the paper that gives the condition that the paper’s width fails the requirements of the copying machine.