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Chapter 2 Review. 32 more than w 84 less than z the product of a number and 6 the quotient of 140 and 4 Write a phrase for each expression f - 12 15w w ÷ 15 110 + x. Yes or No. 142 = 128 + y for y = 14 = 23 for w = 16 12 w = 144 for w = 12

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32 more than w

• 84 less than z
• the product of a number and 6
• the quotient of 140 and 4
• Write a phrase for each expression
• f - 12
• 15w
• w ÷ 15
• 110 + x
Yes or No
• 142 = 128 + y for y = 14
• = 23 for w = 16
• 12w = 144 for w = 12
• 184 + w = 230 for w = 414
Solve the Equation
• 86 + x =112
• 347 = y + 89
• 108 + v = 126
• 165 = m + 134
• 56 + x =120
• 11=
• 347 = y – 89
Solve the Equation
• 9
• 83 + v = 262
• 128 = 4r
• 165 = m – 134
• 7h = 84
Word Problems
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• All of the students in Tim’s class are divided into 4 teams of 6 students. Write and solve a division equation using the variable k to show the total number of students in Tim’s class.