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I need help in completing the following exercises. I need to use the Equation Editor in Microsoft® Word to do these problems, then submit a Word document, showing the work and answers.
Attached you will find the problems to be completed.

Place each of the following sets in ascending order.
16. 3/7, -6/7, 1/7, -1/2, 2/7

evaluate:
32. |4| + |-3|
44. |-9| - |-4|

40. 7 + (-9) + (-5) + 6
48. 1/3 + (-5/6) + (-1/2)

Evaluate each of the following expressions.
58. |-27 + 14|

Label each of the following statements as true or false.
66. |-8| + |3| = |-8 + 3|

72. Business and finance. Jean deposited a check for \$625, wrote two for \$68.74 and \$29.95 and used her debit card to pay for a purchase of \$57.65. How has her account balance changed?

Subtract:
44. -1/2 - (-5/8)
48. - 3.4 - (-7.6)

54. Statistics. The lowest temperature ever recorded in the state of Oregon was -54°F (in Seneca, on February 10, 1933). The state's record high temperature occurred in Pendleton on August 10, 1898, when it reached 119°F. What is the historical temperature range in the state of Oregon?

Multiply:
70. (-3)(-6) + (4)(-2)
80. (-3)^3 - (-8)(-2)
82. (-6)^2 - 4^2
88. -9^2 - (-6)^2

Perform the indicated operations.
32. (-9)(5) / (-3)

Evaluate the following. Remember to use the order of operations.
58. 16 / (-2)*(-4) /(2^3 + 4)
60. [4 - (-3) + 1)] / [2 - 2/(-2)]

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