A Banach Algebra Version of the Sato Grassmannian and by Dupre M.J., Glazebrook J.F., Prevlato E.

By Dupre M.J., Glazebrook J.F., Prevlato E.

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Multiplying by zero produces zero. ² For example, 14 £ 0 = 0. Division by zero has no meaning; we say it is undefined. ² For example, 0 ¥ 5 = 0 but 5 ¥ 0 is undefined. 11 Simplify a d g 18 + 0 72 + 0 + 28 35 ¡ 0 ¡ 35 b e h 0 + 18 123 ¡ 24 + 0 56 ¡ 0 + 27 c f i 14 ¡ 0 123 + 0 ¡ 24 403 + 0 ¡ 304 b e h 3£3£0 52 £ 0 0¥1 c f i 9¥0 0 ¥ 52 1¥0 12 Simplify, if possible: a d g 9£0 0£3£6 0£0 43 44 NUMBER FACTS (CHAPTER 3) Unit 19 Multiples, LCM and operations Multiples The multiples of 4 are 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, ....

9 A farmer has 860 sheep to transport. If the trucking company sends 4 trucks to do the job and each truck carries the same number of sheep, how many sheep will be on each truck? 10 Alyssa has \$1040 in her bank. She withdraws \$320 to pay for a DVD player. What is the balance of her account now? 11 A family pays \$45 per month for their television. What is the yearly cost? 12 A movie theatre holds 490 people. How many rows of seats are there if each row has 35 seats? 13 If team A scores 254 and 312 in their two innings and team B scores 176 and 381, who wins and by how many runs?

B What weight of apples did the horse eat? 16 a Uncle Tom gave his 5 nephews \$60 to share equally between them. i What fraction of the money did each receive? ii How much did each receive? b If Uncle Tom had given his 5 nephews \$60 with the instruction that the eldest nephew was to receive twice as much as each of the others, i what fraction would the eldest receive ii what fraction would each of the others receive iii how much would the eldest receive? ] 17 Suzi and Dien each had identical chocolate bars.