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  1. Warmup problems for 11/14 • Solve –6(x + 4) = 62. • What is the rate for renting a bicycle locker? • How much would it cost to rent a locker for eight hours?

  2. Answers to RPJ, pg. 78

  3. Unit Conversions Review • Large male elephants can weigh up to 6 tons. How many kilograms can a large male elephant weigh (round to the nearest kilogram)? A. 1322  kilograms B. 5445  kilograms C. 6336  kilograms D. 12000  kilograms

  4. Unit Conversions Review 2. The speed limit on many highways is 70 miles per hour. When Carrie and her mom travel from Tallahassee to Jacksonville, her mom drives with an average speed of 70 miles per hour on the highway.In one hour, how many kilometers do Carrie and her mom travel? Round your answer to the nearest whole number. A. 43  kilometers B. 70  kilometers C. 113  kilometers D. 140  kilometers

  5. Unit Conversions Review 3. An exploratory submarine can travel under water to a depth of 300 meters. How many feet under water can this submarine travel? Round your answer to the nearest foot. • 91  feet • 186  feet • 656  feet • 984  feet


  6. Unit Conversions Review 4. Kara's family is installing a circular pool in their back yard. The pool has a diameter of 12 feet and a circumference of 38.0 feet. What are the dimensions of Kara's pool, in meters (m)? A. diameter: 1.8 m, circumference: 11.6 m B. diameter: 3.7 m, circumference: 11.6 m C. diameter: 4.0 m, circumference: 12.7 m D. diameter: 4.7 m, circumference: 15.0 m

  7. Unit Conversions Review 5. In 2004, during a semi-final match of the Davis Cup, tennis player Andy Roddick served a ball at 155 miles per hour, the fastest serve ever recorded. What was the speed of the tennis ball, in feet per second, rounded to the nearest foot? A. 34 B. 88 C. 227 D. 2044