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Algebra II

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Algebra II

Chapter 1 Review Game

- Everyone must write every problem on the whiteboard.
- You may only talk quietly to YOUR group members.
- You must stay in your seat.
- If you are talking loud enough for others to hear your answers, you lose a point.
- No books or notes out.
- No talking when we go over necessary problems on the board.
- Winners get 2 extra credit points on their test tomorrow!

x = 4, y = -2, z = 3

- 10xy – (y – 1)3
a = 10,000, b = 10, n = 4

2. a/bn

3. Use the above formula for the surface area of a sphere with diameter, d, to find the surface area of a sphere with diameter 3y + 4. Do not simplify!

n = 3, a = 12, b = 7

4. anbn

5. 12

6. π

7.

8. 3x + 5y + 7x -3y

9. 4(14c – 10d) – 6(d + 4c)

- The square of the sum of a number and 56.
- The cube of the product of a number and 52.
- The square of a number is equal to the product of 32 and the same number.

13.

14.

15. |r – 7| = 20

16. |x| = -14

Ashlee is responsible for delivering bags of dog food to the 8th floor of a local Meijer. Each bag of dog food weighs 30 pounds and Ashlee weighs 125 pounds. The capacity of the elevator at Meijer is 750 lbs.

- Write the inequality to represent, the number of bags of dog food that can safely be delivered.
- How many dogs of bag food can safely be delivered in one trip?

19. To receive a certain student loan, your family’s income must be between 20,000 and 35,000 dollars a year.

20. (12˙3)˙6 = 12˙(3˙6)

21. (3 + 4) + 7 = 7 + (3 + 4)

22. 3x + 4 ≥19

23. 4x + 3 < 11 or 2x – 1 < 9

24. -1 < 3a + 2 < 14

25.

26. Name the additive and multiplicative identity.

27. Nick is selling pizza and breadstick kits to raise money for his class trip. For every pizza he sells he gets $3.00 and for every breadstick kit he gets $2.00. If he sells 50 pizzas and 35 breadstick kits, how much money does he get towards his trip?

28. The sum of seven times a number and 6 is greater than or equal to ten times the same number increased by 7.