# Algebra

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43. For every real number x, y, and z, the statement (x-y)z = xz - yz is ________ true
a. always
b. sometimes
c. never
No idea..

45. True or False: All equations give only one number as an output for every input number.
False?

46. In which quadrant or on which axis would you find the point (3,4)?
a. x-axis
?

59. In which quadrant or on which axis would you find the point(-2, -1)?

Thanks
-MC

• Algebra -

always, false, the last two you need to review the standard quadrants, you need to be able to wake up in the middle of the night and visualize those...before you get to trig functions.

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