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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)
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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.

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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
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31.
2 3
31. 16w 2 10w 1 13 5 25 32. } (25z 2 30) 5 } (12z 1 16)
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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.
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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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54. See left.
55. 22x . 9 or 4x 1 7 . 9 56. x 1 1 2 3 . 8

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Solve the equation, if possible.
57. 3x 2 2 1 2 5 17 58. 74x 1 2 1 6 5 4

y
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2
57.
26 22 2 6 x
22
58.
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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

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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
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50 beef and 70 chicken; 25 beef and 100 chicken
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\$1500 for the club. Anything over that amount
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