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140. a. The quantity (x + 3)2 = (x + 3)(x + 3). By the distributive property, this equals x2 + 3x + 3x + 9 = x2 + 6x + 9. You can subtract x2 and 9 from each column and you are left with 6x in column A and zero in column B. Since x > 0, column A is greater.

A positive number is always greater than a negative number, so quantity B is greater. 1 16. c. ᎏ20ᎏ and 5% are the same thing. Therefore, the two quantities are equal. 17. b. n is a negative number. Try a couple of negative numbers to see the pattern. Substitute in −2; (7)(−2) = −14 and (4)(−2) = −8, quantity B is greater. 5) = −2. Again, quantity B is greater. 12 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions 18. a. Any number squared is positive. Therefore, p2 is positive and ( −p)2 is negative. A positive number is always greater than a negative number.

Follow the order of operations. Quantity A is 2 + 82 − 6 − 10 = 2 + 64 − 6 − 10 = 50. Quantity B is (2 + 8)2 − 6 − 10 = 102 − 6 − 10 = 100 − 6 − 10 = 84. 101. a. Square both quantities to get rid of the square roots; (7͙x ෆ)2 = 49x and (͙3x ෆ)2 = 3x. Since x is positive, 49x > 3x. Quantity A is greater than quantity B. 102. d. The relationship cannot be determined. When x is positive, quantity B is greater. When x is negative, quantity A is greater. 1 1 1 103. c. ᎏ3ᎏx + ᎏ3ᎏx + ᎏ3ᎏx = 1x; therefore, x = 9.

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