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1. A recipe makes 5 ½ dozen cookies. Mike needs to make 3 3/4 times this amount. How many dozen cookies will he make?

2. Renee spent 1/8 day landscaping her house. She spent ½ that time pulling weeds. What fraction of the day did she spend pulling weeds?

3. Lily saw a jelly fish at 6 ft below sea level. She saw a bright blue fish at 10 ft below sea level. What is the distance between the fish?

4. Frank made 34 out of 44 free throws this season. What is his free throw percentage?

1. A recipe makes 5 ½ dozen cookies. Mike needs to make 3 3/4 times this amount. How many dozen cookies will he make?

1. A recipe makes 5 ½ dozen cookies. Mike needs to make 3 3/4 times this amount. How many dozen cookies will he make?

5½ x 3 3/4 = 20 5/8

TI -30 Shortcut

5, Ab/c , 1, Ab/c, 2, x , 3, Ab/c , 3, Ab/c,4, =

2. Renee spent 1/8 day landscaping her house. She spent ½ that time pulling weeds. What fraction of the day did she spend pulling weeds?

2. Renee spent 1/8 day landscaping her house. She spent ½ that time pulling weeds. What fraction of the day did she spend pulling weeds?

1/8 x ½ = 1/16

TI -30 Shortcut

1, Ab/c,8, x, 1, Ab/c , 2, =

3. Lily saw a jelly fish at 6 ft below sea level. She saw a bright blue fish at 10 ft below sea level. What is the distance between the fish?

3. Lily saw a jelly fish at 6 ft below sea level. She saw a bright blue fish at 10 ft below sea level. What is the distance between the fish?

4 ft

Blue Fish Jelly Fish

4. Frank made 34 out of 44 free throws this season. What is his free throw percentage?

4. Frank made 34 out of 44 free throws this season. What is his free throw percentage?

34 ÷ 44 = 77.27%

Chapter 6and 7

Review

1

Write ( 8 )³ as a product of the same factor and then find the value.

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1

Write ( 8 )³ as a product of the same factor and then find the value.

111 1

8 x 8 x 8 = 512

Find the value of 10 + 6² ÷ 3 x 2

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Find the value of 10 + 6² ÷ 3 x 2

34

TI -30 Shortcut

10, +, 6, x², ÷, 3, x, 2, =

2

Evaluate 4x – 3y, if x = 3 and y = 3

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2

Evaluate 4x – 3y, if x = 3 and y = 3

10

TI -30 Shortcut

4, x, 3, - , 3, x, 2, Ab/c, 3, =

Carrie had $60 at a festival. If she paid for 4 tickets that cost $d each, he will have 60 – 4d left. How much money will he have left if each ticket cost $8 each.

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Carrie had $60 at a festival. If she paid for 4 tickets that cost $d each, he will have 60 – 4d left. How much money will he have left if each ticket cost $8 each.

60 – 4 x 8 = 28

Write “ seven more than three times the length” as an algebraic expression.

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Write “ seven more than three times the length” as an algebraic expression.

7 + 3L or

3L + 7

Is 9 + (5 + 3) equal to (9 + 5) + 3? If so, what property is applied?

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Is 9 + (5 + 3) equal to (9 + 5) + 3? If so, what property is applied?

Yes, Cumulative Property

Simplify 5(x + 6)

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Simplify 5(x + 6)

5x + 30

Simplify 7y + 3 + 6y

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Simplify 7y + 3 + 6y

13y + 3

Solve x - 56 = 114

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Solve x - 56 = 114

+56 = +56

x + 0 = 170

55

Solve c + 7 = 6

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55

Solve c + 7 = 6

55

- 7 =- 7

5

c + 0 = 42

TI -30 Shortcut

5, Ab/c , 6, - , 5, Ab/c , 7, =

Solve 15d = 225

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Solve 15d = 225

15 15

d = 15

y

Solve 5 = 25

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y

Solve 5 = 25

5y255

1·5= 1 · 1

y = 125

Solve 11.4x = 68.4

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Solve 11.4x = 68.4

1 11.4x68.41

11.4· 1 = 1 · 11.4

68.4

x = 11.4 = 6

Tom made $120 this week at his job. If he made $7.50 and hour, how many hours did he work?

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Tom made $120 this week at his job. If he made $7.50 and hour, how many hours did he work?

7.50h = 120

1 7.50h1201

7.50· 1 = 1 · 7.50

120

h = 7.50 = 16

Agenda Notes

Homework –

Chapter 6/7 Review

Due Friday, Jan 10

Semester Exam – Friday, Jan 10