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Chapters 1 and 2 Review Everything you wanted to know about expressions but were afraid to ask. Please select a Team. Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4 Team 5. Write an algebraic expression for the phrase. 4 times the sum of q and p. 4 q + p 4 + q + p 4 qp 4( q + p ).

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Chapters 1 and 2 review everything you wanted to know about expressions but were afraid to ask

Chapters 1 and 2 ReviewEverything you wanted to know about expressions but were afraid to ask.


Please select a team
Please select a Team.

  • Team 1

  • Team 2

  • Team 3

  • Team 4

  • Team 5



4 times the sum of q and p
4 times the sum of q and p

  • 4q + p

  • 4 + q + p

  • 4qp

  • 4(q + p)



What equation models the data in the table if d number of days and c cost
What equation models the data in the table if d = number of days and c = cost?

  • d = 22c

  • c = 22d

  • c = d + 22d

  • c = d + 22


An equilateral triangle has three sides of equal length. What is the equation for the perimeter of an equilateral triangle if P = perimeter and s = length of a side?

  • s = 3P

  • P = 3s

  • P = 3 + s

  • P = 3(s + s + s)


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Team Scores What is the equation for the perimeter of an equilateral triangle if


Evaluate u xy for u 18 x 10 and y 8
Evaluate What is the equation for the perimeter of an equilateral triangle if u + xy, for u = 18, x = 10, and y = 8.

  • 188

  • 36

  • 98

  • 224


A pair of shoes costs $52.99 and the state sales tax is 8%. Use the formula C = p + rp to find the total cost of the shoes, where C is the total cost, p is the price, and r is the sales tax rate.

  • $95.38

  • $60.99

  • $57.23

  • $78.19


When simplifying an expression you perform operations inside grouping symbols first
When simplifying an expression, you ____ perform operations inside grouping symbols first.

  • always

  • sometimes

  • never


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Team Scores inside grouping symbols first.


Evaluate the expression for a 4 and b 3
Evaluate the expression for inside grouping symbols first.a = 4 and b = 3.

  • 36

  • 24

  • 81

  • 144


You can use the formula to convert temperature in degrees Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

  • 30°C

  • 16.7°C

  • 52.2°C

  • 2.4°C


Picture
Picture Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

Simplify the expression.

  • 108

  • 36

  • 18

  • 9


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Team Scores Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.


Picture1
Picture Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

Simplify the expression.

  • 29

  • 80

  • 128

  • 92


Picture2
Picture Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

Simplify the expression.

  • 297

  • 868

  • 437

  • 867


Picture3
Picture Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

Simplify the expression.

  • 585

  • 169

  • 26

  • 181


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Team Scores Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.


Evaluate the formula for b 9 in 2 and h 32 in
Evaluate the formula for Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.B = 9 in.2 and h = 32 in.

  • 288 in.3

  • 9.6 in.3

  • 32 in.3

  • 96 in.3


A rational number is a real number
A rational number is ____ a real number. Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

  • always

  • sometimes

  • never


Name the set s of numbers to which 1 68 belongs
Name the set(s) of numbers to which 1.68 belongs. Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

  • rational numbers

  • natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers

  • rational numbers, irrational numbers

  • none of the above


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Team Scores Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.


Name the set s of numbers to which 5 belongs
Name the set(s) of numbers to which –5 belongs. Fahrenheit, F, to temperature in degrees Celsius, C. What is 62°F in degrees Celsius? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

  • whole numbers, natural numbers, integers

  • rational numbers

  • whole numbers, integers, rational numbers

  • integers, rational numbers


Which set of numbers is the most reasonable to describe the number of desks in a classroom
Which set of numbers is the most reasonable to describe the number of desks in a classroom?

  • whole numbers

  • irrational numbers

  • rational numbers

  • integers


The opposite of a negative number is negative
The opposite of a negative number is ____ negative. number of desks in a classroom?

  • always

  • sometimes

  • never


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Team Scores number of desks in a classroom?


Picture4
Picture number of desks in a classroom?

=

  • 2.8

  • –2.8


Write a function rule for each table
Write a function rule for each table. number of desks in a classroom?

  • p = 7.50h

  • p = 15h

  • p = h + 15

  • h = 7.50p


Write a function rule for each table. number of desks in a classroom?

  • c = 22d + 12

  • c = 12d + 22

  • c = 22d + 22

  • c = 22d


The cost of playing pool increases with the amount of time using the table. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation.

  • time at table; cost

  • cost; time at table

  • number of games; cost

  • cost; number of players


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Team Scores using the table. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation.


The french club is holding a car wash fundraiser. They are going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

  • number of cars; money raised; 50 to 75 cars; $500 to $750

  • money raised; number of cars; $500 to $750; 50 to 75 cars

  • number of cars; money raised; $500 to $750; 50 to 75 cars

  • money raised; number of cars; 50 to 75 cars; $500 to $750


Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

–9 + 6

  • 15

  • –3

  • –15

  • 3


4 8 4 9 5 7

Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

–4.8 – (–4.9) + 5.7

  • –4

  • –5.8

  • 5.8

  • –15.4


Picture5

Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

Picture

  • 13

  • –13

  • 12

  • –12


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Team Scores going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.


3 7 1 8 3 67 4 4 1 34

Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

3.7 – 1.8 – 3.67 + 4.4 – 1.34

  • –7.51

  • –1.29

  • 1.29

  • 8.63


6 5 4 9

Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

–6.5(–4.9)

  • –16.25

  • –31.85

  • –12.25

  • 31.85


Picture6

Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

Picture

  • –32

  • 16

  • –10

  • 32


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Team Scores going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.


Picture7

Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

Picture

  • 20

  • 125

  • –625

  • 625


Picture8

Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

Picture

  • 36

  • –72

  • 72

  • –36


5 c 1

Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

(–5 – c)(–1)

  • –5 + c

  • 5 + c

  • 5 – c

  • –5 – c


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Team Scores going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.


Picture9

Simplify the expression. going to charge $10 per car, and expect between 50 and 75 cars. Identify the independent and dependent quantity in the situation, and find reasonable domain and range values.

Picture

  • –18n + 81mn – 153np

  • –2n + 9m – 17p

  • –2n + 9mn – 17np

  • –2n – 9mn + 17np


A mountain climber ascends a mountain to its peak. The peak is 12,740 ft above sea level. The climber then descends 200 ft to meet a fellow climber. Find the climber’s elevation above sea level after meeting the other climber.

  • 12,540 ft

  • –12,540 ft

  • 10,740 ft

  • 12,940 ft


Evaluate x 2 7 for x 0 9

Simplify the expression. is 12,740 ft above sea level. The climber then descends 200 ft to meet a fellow climber. Find the climber’s elevation above sea level after meeting the other climber.

Evaluate –x + 2.7 for x = 0.9.

  • –1.8

  • –3.6

  • 1.8

  • 3.6


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Team Scores is 12,740 ft above sea level. The climber then descends 200 ft to meet a fellow climber. Find the climber’s elevation above sea level after meeting the other climber.


The temperature on a summer afternoon is 85°F. Define a variable and write an expression to find the temperature after it changes. Then evaluate your expression for a decrease of 11 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • 11 + c; 11 + (–85) = 96

  • 85 + c; 85 + (–11) = 74

  • 11 – c; 11 – (–85) = 74

  • 85 – c; 85 – (–11) = 96


Evaluate for x 2 and y 3
Evaluate for variable and write an expression to find the temperature after it changes. Then evaluate your expression for a decrease of 11 degrees Fahrenheit.x = –2 and y = 3.

  • 4

  • 8

  • –4

  • –8


Evaluate b 2 a c for a 7 b 3 and c 7
Evaluate variable and write an expression to find the temperature after it changes. Then evaluate your expression for a decrease of 11 degrees Fahrenheit.b – 2a – cfor a = –7, b = 3, and c = –7.

  • 24

  • 3

  • 10

  • –18


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Team Scores variable and write an expression to find the temperature after it changes. Then evaluate your expression for a decrease of 11 degrees Fahrenheit.


The closing price of a share of stock in Company XYZ is $25.69 on Thursday. If the change from the closing price on Wednesday is –$0.75, find the closing price on Wednesday.

  • $26.44

  • $24.94

  • $25.75

  • $25.06


You made two deposits to your bank account this month. One deposit was $17.92, and the second deposit was $15.33. Your balance at the end of the month is $72.31, and you made no withdrawals. Write and evaluate an expression for your balance at the beginning of the month.

  • $72.31 + ($17.92 – $15.33); $74.90

  • $72.31 – $17.92 – $15.33; $39.06

  • $72.31 + $17.92 + $15.33; $105.56

  • $72.31 – ($17.92 – $15.33); $69.72


Evaluate x y z for x 3 y 3 and z 1
Evaluate deposit was $17.92, and the second deposit was $15.33. Your balance at the end of the month is $72.31, and you made no withdrawals. Write and evaluate an expression for your balance at the beginning of the month.x(–y + z) for x = 3, y = 3, and z = 1.

  • –6

  • 10

  • 12

  • –8


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Team Scores deposit was $17.92, and the second deposit was $15.33. Your balance at the end of the month is $72.31, and you made no withdrawals. Write and evaluate an expression for your balance at the beginning of the month.


The expression can be used to calculate the change in temperature in degrees Fahrenheit for an increase in altitude a, measured in feet. A plane starts on the ground and then rises 23,000 ft. Find the change in temperature at the altitude of the plane.

  • 126.5 degrees

  • –126.5 degrees

  • –125 degrees

  • 125 degrees


The product of two negative numbers is positive
The product of two negative numbers is ____ positive. temperature in degrees Fahrenheit for an increase in altitude

  • always

  • sometimes

  • never


–12 temperature in degrees Fahrenheit for an increase in altitude ¸(–2)

  • 24

  • –6

  • –24

  • 6


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Team Scores temperature in degrees Fahrenheit for an increase in altitude


Evaluate for m 4 n 2 and p 1 5
Evaluate for temperature in degrees Fahrenheit for an increase in altitude m = –4, n = 2, and p = 1.5.

  • –10

  • –19

  • –30

  • –22


If a is a negative number then is equal to 1
If temperature in degrees Fahrenheit for an increase in altitude a is a negative number, then is ____ equal to –1.

  • always

  • sometimes

  • never


Simplify 7 499 using the distributive property
Simplify 7(499) using the Distributive Property. temperature in degrees Fahrenheit for an increase in altitude

  • 3500

  • 3493

  • 3514

  • 3486


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Team Scores temperature in degrees Fahrenheit for an increase in altitude


Use the distributive property to find the price of 7 cds that cost 14 99 each
Use the Distributive Property to find the price of 7 CDs that cost $14.99 each.

  • $105.00

  • $98.00

  • $104.93

  • $105.70


For every real number x y and z the statement is true
For every real number that cost $14.99 each.x, y, and z, the statement is ____ true.

  • always

  • sometimes

  • never


10 z 28 z
–10 that cost $14.99 each.z – 28z

  • 38z

  • –38z

  • 18

  • 18z


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Team Scores that cost $14.99 each.



Picture10
Picture that cost $14.99 each.

  • Inverse Property of Multiplication

  • Multiplication Property of –1

  • Identity Property of Addition

  • Identity Property of Multiplication


0 x x
0 + that cost $14.99 each.x = x

  • Identity Property of Addition

  • Multiplication Property of 0

  • Commutative Property of Addition

  • Inverse Property of Multiplication


8 1 8 1
8 that cost $14.99 each.´1/8 = 1

  • Identity Property of Division

  • Inverse Property of Addition

  • Inverse Property of Multiplication

  • Multiplication Property of –1


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Team Scores that cost $14.99 each.


8 2 8 2 0
8.2 + (–8.2) = 0 that cost $14.99 each.

  • Inverse Property of Addition

  • Addition Property of 0

  • Identity Property of Addition

  • Inverse Property of Multiplication


8 3 4 3 4 8
8 + 3.4 = 3.4 + 8 that cost $14.99 each.

  • Inverse Property of Addition

  • Associative Property of Addition

  • Commutative Property of Addition

  • Inverse Property of Multiplication


7 4 4 7 4 4
7 + (4 + 4) = (7 + 4) + 4 that cost $14.99 each.

  • Inverse Property of Addition

  • Associative Property of Addition

  • Commutative Property of Multiplication

  • Commutative Property of Addition


Picture11
Picture that cost $14.99 each.

  • Associative Property of Addition

  • Commutative Property of Multiplication

  • Inverse Property of Multiplication

  • Commutative Property of Addition


Ab 3 a b 3
( that cost $14.99 each.ab)3 = a(b3)

  • Inverse Property of Multiplication

  • Associative Property of Addition

  • Associative Property of Multiplication

  • Commutative Property of Multiplication


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Team Scores that cost $14.99 each.

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Final Scores that cost $14.99 each.


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