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Review Questions. Algebra I. 1A. Add. Write the sum in simplest form. 1B. Subtract. Write the answer in simplest form. 2A. What is 1 ½ % of $400?. $6. 1C. Divide. Write the answer in simplest form. 2B. What percent of 2 is 8?. 400%. 2C. Eighteen is what percent of 60?. 30%.

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1A

Add. Write the sum in simplest form.

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1B

Subtract. Write the answer in simplest form.

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2A

What is 1 ½ % of $400?

$6

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1C

Divide. Write the answer in simplest form.

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2B

What percent of 2 is 8?

400%

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2C

Eighteen is what percent of 60?

30%

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3A

Write as a decimal.

0.625

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3B

Write 0.98 a fraction in lowest terms.

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3C

Write as a percent.

Round to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary.

66.7%

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4A

Name the base and exponent then evaluate.

34

The base is 3. The exponent is 4.

34 = 81

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4B

Name the base and exponent then evaluate.

122

The base is 12. The exponent is 2.

122 = 144

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4C

Name the base and exponent then evaluate.

106

The base is 10. The exponent is 6.

106 = 1,000,000

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5A

Evaluate.

12÷3•5-42

4

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5B

Evaluate.

15÷3•5-42

9

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5C

Evaluate.

8[62 - 3(2+5)]÷8+3

18

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6A

What symbol is used for“greater than”?

>

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6B

What symbol is used for“less than or equal to”?

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What symbol is used for“not less than”?

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7A

Name the coordinates of the points graphed on the number line.

{-4, -3, -2, 1, 2}

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7B

Graph on a number line.

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7C

Graph the set of numbers on a number line.

{integers less than -3 or greater than or equal to 5}

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8A

Find the sum.

41 + (-63)

-22

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8C

Find the difference:

-45 - (-10)

-35

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  • Find the product: – 9 (– 12 )

108

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8B

Add: -15 + (-45)

-60

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9B

Find the product:

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9C

Simplify:

(–8x)(–2y) + (–3y)(z)

16xy – 3yz

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10A

Find the quotient.

-77 ÷ 11

-7

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10B

Find the quotient.

17

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10C

Simplify.

8-2a

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11A

Find the mean, median, mode and range for the set of data.

{1, 2, 3, 5, 5, 6, 13}

Mean: 5

Median: 5

Mode: 5

Range: 12

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Find the mean, median, mode and range for the set of data.

{8, 7, 5, 19}

Mean: 9.75

Median: 7.5

Mode: none

Range: 14

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11C

Find the mean, median, mode and range for the set of data.

{201, 201, 200, 199, 199}

Mean: 200

Median: 200

Mode: 199 & 201

Range: 2

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12A

Replace the O with <, >, or = to make the statement true. O 3.888…

>

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12C

Find the square root in simplest form.

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12B

Write these real numbers in order from least to greatest. (You may use a calculator.)

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13A

Solve: k + 21 = 14

k = -7

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13B

Solve: 15 = a - 5

20

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13C

Solve:

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14A

Solve: –3x = 12

–4

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Solve:

2/3

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Solve:

-77

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15A

In which quadrant is the point(3,-4) located?

Fourth quadrant

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15B

Plot the point (–5, 0) on a coordinate plane.

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15C

Write the ordered pair for the point shown. Name the quadrant in which the point is located.

(-2 , 4)

II

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16A

Solve if the domain is {–2 , –1, 1, 3, 4}

y=4 – 5x

{(– 2,14), (–1,9), (1,–1), (3,–11), (4,–16)}

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16B

Solve if the domain is {–2 , –1, 1, 3, 4}

y=2x + 3

{(– 2, –1), (–1,1), (1,5), (3,9), (4,11)}

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16C

Solve if the domain is {–2 , –1, 1, 3, 4}

x=7 – y

{(– 2, 9), (–1,8), (1,6), (3,4), (4,3)}

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17A

Choose the letter with the graph of the solution set of .

e.

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17B

Choose the letter with the graph of the solution set of .

a.

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17C

Choose the letter with the graph of the solution set of .

f.

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18A

Express the number in scientific notation.

30,500,000

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18B

Express the number in scientific notation.

0.000781

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18C

Express the number in standard notation.

0.00003

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19A

Find the prime factorization of 140.

22•5•7

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19B

Find the prime factorization of 90.

2•32•5

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19C

Find the prime factorization of -98.

-1•2•72

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20A

Name the figure.

A

B

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20B

Name the figure.

X

A

P

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20C

Name the figure.

line m or or or or

or or

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21A

Find the area.

36 ft.2

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21B

Find the area and perimeter of a rectangle that has a width of 3 feet and a length of 4 feet.

Area = 12 ft.2

Perimeter = 14 ft.

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21C

Find the area and perimeter of a square with a side of 9 cm.

Area = 81 cm2

Perimeter = 36 cm

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22A

Find the area of the circle. Round to the nearest tenth.

36.3 yd2

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Find the area and circumference of a circle with a radius of 5 cm. Leave π as π.

Area = 25 π cm2

Circumference = 10π cm

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Find the area and circumference of a circle with a radius of 10 cm. Use 3.14 for π.

Area ≈ 314 cm2

Circumference ≈ 62.8 cm

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23A

Classify the pair of angles as complementary, supplementary, or vertical. If no relationship exists write none.

supplementary

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23B

Find the measure of angle 1 if angle 2 measures 70˚.

110˚

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What is the relationship between angle 1 and angle 2.

1

2

They are complementary angles.

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Classify the pair of angles as complementary, supplementary, or vertical. If no relationship exists write none.

vertical

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24B

Find the measure of angle 2 if the measure of angle one is 80˚.

80˚

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24C

What is the special relationship between angle one and angle 2?

They are vertical angles.

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25A

Find the measure of angle two if the measure of angle one is 56˚.

124 ˚

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25B

Which angle corresponds to angle 3?

angle 6

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Which angle corresponds to angle 7?

angle 2

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26A

List the two pairs of alternate interior angles.

angle 3 and angle 6

angle 5 and angle 4

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26B

Find the measure of angle 6 if angle 3 measures 120˚.

120˚

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26C

Find the measure of angle 2 if angle 5 measures 70˚.

110˚

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