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Directions: Use your knowledge of mathematical vocabulary to answer the following questions.

1. _____ To solve an equation like 3x = 6 , you should do the following:

a. Multiply by the coefficient

b. Divide by the coefficient

c. Divide by the reciprocal

d. Subtract the denominator

x

2. _____ To solve an equation like

= 72 , you should do the following:

8

a. Multiply by the denominator

b. Multiply by the constant

c. Multiply by the coefficient

d. Add the coefficient

3. _____ To combine like terms in the expression 9y + 12y, you should:

a. Do nothing this expression is already simplified

b. Divide by 21

c. Add the coefficients

d. Subtract the coefficients

4. _____ The equation 9(2x 5) = 18x 45 is an example of which property?

a. Commutative property

b. Associative property

c. Distributive property

d. Multiplicative identity property

5. _____ The best way to write the phrase 6 times n is:

a. 6 x n

b. 6n

c. n6

d. n6

6. _____ True or False? The expression 6x + (-8y) + 19 7z has three terms.

7. 4(x + 9)

=

___________________________

8. 8m + 3(m + 7)

=

___________________________

9. 6x + 14 13x

=

___________________________

10. 16n 9 20n

=

___________________________

11. 15n + ( -k ) + 9n 3k

=

___________________________

12. -8( -2y + 8x )

=

___________________________

13. 15 + 6( 4x + 2 ) + x

=

___________________________

14. 11n + ( -2k ) + 7n + 6

=

___________________________

15. (2x + 3)

=

___________________________

16. -8(2x + 2)

=

___________________________

17. -7(2x 8)

=

___________________________

Choose the correct response and write that letter.

18. _________ Which is a solution to 2x + 9 = 15?

a.

2

b.

-2

c.

3

d.

1

19. _________ Is -2 a solution to 2x 4 = 0?

a.

yes

b.

no

20. _________ At McDonalds, you must be 10 or under to play in the Playland. Which of the choices best

represents this scenario?

a.

10 a

b.

10 a

c.

10 < a

d.

a = 10

21. _________ At Daves Surf Shop, you must be at least 18 years old to rent a surfboard. Which of the

choices best represents this scenario?

a.

a = 18

b.

a > 18

c.

18 a

d.

18 a

Solve by showing your work, your answer.

m

22. x 3 = 17

23. b + (-19) = 14

24. -3z = -18

25.

= 12

2

y

26. -30 = p 6

27. -8 + r = -42

28. 12 = -6n

29. 10 =

18

30. -39 = p (-4)

31. x + (-1) = 19

32. 2.96 = x 5

33. a + 4.7 = -2.6

For the next section, either graph or choose the best description of the inequalities given.

34.

Graph x 16

35. Graph x > 2.5

36.

Describe the graph

using the variable x , an inequality sign ( ,<,,>, )

and a number.

-9

-7

-8

37. Describe the graph below using the variable x , an inequality sign ( ,<,,>, ) and a number.

Solve by showing your work, your answer, and your graph on a number line.

n

38. 5 + y < -2

39. -3 < k 9

40. 4

41. -4z -12

4

Review portion of the assessment.

42. Find the following sum: -25.6 + ( 3.9 ) = __________

43. Consider the rectangle below with a base of 11 ft and a height of 5 ft. The formula for the area of a

rectangle is A=bh. If you double the base (b) of a rectangle, what happens to the area of the rectangle?

a. The perimeter doubles

b. The area stays the same

c. The area doubles.

h = 5 feet

d. The area becomes 100.

b = 11 feet

44. Write an expression for the phrase three less than two times a number

_________________

45. Evaluate the following numeric expression 16 + 15

__________________

46. Evaluate R (-9) for R = -10.

__________________

47. Evaluate the expression 4 2 + (11 9 1) 6 3

__________________

48. What are the next two values in the pattern -8, -10, -12, -14, -16, ?

_________, ________

49. What is the missing number in the pattern 5, 9, 13, 17, ___, 25

__________________

Use the coordinate graph to the right to finish the

last two questions on this test. (2 points total)

50. Graph and label the point A ( -2, 2 )

51. Graph and label the point B ( 0, 5 )

52. _____ To solve an equation like 45 = 5x , you should do the following:

a. Divide by the coefficient

b. Multiply by the coefficient

c. Divide by the reciprocal

d. Add the coefficient

x

53. _____ To solve an equation like = 65 , you should do the following:

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a. Multiply by the denominator

b. Divide by the constant

c. Multiply by the coefficient

d. Subtract the denominator

54. _____ To combine like terms in the expression 14x + 13x + (-x) , you should:

a. Do nothing this expression is already simplified

b. Divide by 16

c. Add the coefficients

d. Subtract the coefficients

55. _____ The equation 2x + 5 = 5 + 2x is an example of which property?

a. Commutative property

b. Associative property

c. Distributive property

d. Multiplicative identity property

56. _____ The best way to write the phrase -4 times x is:

a. -4 x x

b. x-4

c. x(-4)

d. -4x

57. _____ True or False? The expression 15x + 9 has three terms.

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