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3. } [(5 1 3)2 2 31] 4. 9x2 2 4; x 5 3 2.
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5. Tell whether the following statement is always, sometimes, or never 3.
true. For a given whole number n, the product 4n is divisible by 8.
4.
Write an algebraic expression, an equation, or an inequality.
5.
6. The sum of 5 times a number x and 17
6.
7. The difference of 21 and the product of 5 and a number y is less than 7.
7.
8. The quotient of 75 and the quantity of a number z and 2 is 25.
8.
9. A family goes to an amusement park. Adult tickets cost \$21.
Children under 10 years of age pay \$15. Write an algebraic 9.
expression for the total cost. Then find the total cost of 4 adult tickets
and 3 childrens tickets. 10.
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10. Order the numbers from least to greatest: 21.6, 4 , 0, 3.1, 2 5 . 11.

11. Let U be the set of whole numbers from 0 to 10. Find A > B for 12.
A 5 {2, 4, 6, 8} and B 5 {3, 4, 5, 6}.
13.
Find the sum, difference, product, or quotient.
14.
12. 211 1 (27) 13. 27 1 (232) 14. 17 2 (26)
15.
2 1
15. 2} 2 } 16. 15(26) 17. 3(27)( 22)
3 12 16.

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18. 221 4 (27) 19. 214 4 } 20. } 4 (230) 17.
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Evaluate the expression. 18.

18 19.
21. 25x 1 14 2 2x2 when x 5 3 22. 11 1 } when y 5 3
y
20.
23. 7(3w 2 5) when w 5 4 24. 15 11 2 k when k 5 8
21.
Simplify the expression.
22.
25. 23(2x 1 6)

26. 7(3y 2 4) 2 18y 23.

28w 1 12 24.
27. }
24
25.

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28. The average price of bananas at a grocery store was recorded for Answers
six weeks. The changes in price per pound are listed below. Find the
28.
mean of the price change. \$.05, 2\$.11, \$.06, \$.02, \$.15, 2\$.05
29.
Solve the equation.
m 30.
29. } 5 8 30. 17 5 4x 2 7
26
31.
2 3
31. 16w 2 10w 1 13 5 25 32. } (25z 2 30) 5 } (12z 1 16)
5 4
32.

The perimeter P of a rectangle is given by the formula 33.

P 5 2l 1 2w where l is the length and w is the width.
33. Solve the formula for l. 34.

34. Use the rewritten formula to find the length of a rectangle with a 35.
width of 9 inches and a perimeter of 40 inches.
36.
Solve the proportion.
37.
x 12 12 36 21 3k 2 2
35. } 5 } 36. } 5 } 37. } 5 }
8 32 3w 63 15 5
38.

38. The price for a monthly train pass increased from \$72.50 to \$78.30.
39.
Find the percent of change.
40.
Write the equation in function form.
39. 212x 1 3y 5 15 40. 5x 5 210y 1 30 41.

42.
Find the slope of the line that passes through the points.
41. (27, 3) and (3, 8) 42. (22, 29) and ( 25, 6) 43. See left.

Graph the function. Then perform the indicated transformation

and graph the image.

Transformation: (x, y) (x, y 1 2) 1

3 1 1 3 x
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44. Function: y 5 0.5x 1 1, with domain 24, 0, 2 y Answers

Transformation: (x, y) (x, 2y) 5 44.

3 45.

1 46.
3 1 1 3 x
1 47.

48.
45. The price p (in dollars) varies directly with the number of admissions
to a museum. The museum charges \$12 for 5 student admissions. 49.
Write a direct variation equation that relates p and a. Then find the
50.
total admission price for 30 students.
51.
Write an equation in slope-intercept form of the line with the
given characteristics. 52. See left.
46. slope 3; y-intercept 5 47. m 5 22; passes through (21, 5)

48. passes through (3, 2) 49. perpendicular to y 5 23x 1 1;

and (25, 28) passes through (2, 2)

50. Write an equation in standard form of the line shown.

y
3

1 1 3 5 x
1

51. Find a100 for the arithmetic sequence 7, 11, 15, 19, 23, ... .
52. Make a scatter plot of the data in the y
table below. Draw a line of fit. And then
write an equation of the line. 30

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x 0 3 6 9 12
y 22 8 14 24 36 6

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x 53. See left.
53. } , 23 54. 25 , 3x 1 1 , 4
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0 7 14 21 28 35 42 23 22 21 0 1 2 3
54. See left.
55. 22x . 9 or 4x 1 7 . 9 56. x 1 1 2 3 . 8

25 24 23 22 21 0 1 212 28 24 0 4 8 12
55. See left.
Solve the equation, if possible.
57. 3x 2 2 1 2 5 17 58. 74x 1 2 1 6 5 4

y
6

2
57.
26 22 2 6 x
22
58.
26
59. See left.

60. The sum of the weight w (in pounds) 60.

g
of passengers p and gear g in a canoe 500
Weight of gear

See left.
can be no more than 500 pounds. 400
(pounds)

Write and graph an inequality that 300

describes the possible weights of the 200

people and the gear. Identify and 100

interpret one of the solutions. 0
0 100 300 500 p
Weight of
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50 beef and 70 chicken; 25 beef and 100 chicken
18. a. a \$ 285 b. t \$ 800 c. c # \$500 or
g. For sample answer in part (f ): \$10, \$20, and
\$0 # c # \$500; Selling 750 tickets would raise
\$25, respectively.
\$1500 for the club. Anything over that amount
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26. 3y 2 28 27. 2w 2 3 28. \$.02 29. 48 60. p 1 g 500; g

500

Weight of gear
P 2 2w
30. 6 31. 23 32. 24 33. l 5 } 400

(pounds)
2 300
200
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