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Solving Equations
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1. Solve 8x x = 5

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6. Solve 5 y - 3 = 12.
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7. A 58-m garden hose is stretched diagonally across a yard. I f the width of the yard is 24 m, what is the length of the yard, to the nearest tenth? 34 m 52.8 m 62.8 m 82 m

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8. Two travelers are 220 kilometers apart a t noon and are headed toward each other along a straight road. They meet at 5: 30 P.M., and one traveled 20 kilometers per hour faster than the other. What is the speed of the faster traveler? 3 1 km/h
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10. The length of a rectangle is one fourth its width. The perimeter o f the rectangle is 60 centimeters. I f w represents the width of this rectangle, which expression represents its length? I= l w
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15. Solve the equation 72 z = -3
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16. Use the formula p = 2(1 w) to find the perimeter of a rectangle, where p is the perimeter, I is the length, and w is the width of the rectangle. The length of a rectangle is one inch less than three times the width. The perimeter of the rectangle is 62 inches. What equation can you use to find the width of this rectangle? 62 = 2w + 2(3w - 1)

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19. Solve the equation 3 ( x - 8) = -15. x = -13

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20. Find the greatest possible error for the measurement 4.1 cm. 0.5 cm 0.01 cm 0.1 cm 0.05 cm

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Chapter Test
Solving Equations
Results o f the quiz.
1. Solve 8 x 6 = 46. CORRECT: x = 5

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5. Solve 5 5 t

+ 150 = 436. INCORRECT: t = 3.38
CORRECT: t = 5.2

6. Solve s y

- 3 = 12. 6 INCORRECT: y = 1 2 1
2

CORRECT: y = 18

7. A 58-m garden hose is stretched diagonally across a yard. I f the width of the yard is 24 m, what is the length of the yard, to the nearest tenth? INCORRECT: 34 m CORRECT: 52.8 m 8. Two travelers are 220 kilometers apart a t noon and are headed toward each other along a straight road. They meet at 5:30 P.M., and one traveled 20 kilometers per hour faster than the other. What is the speed of the faster traveler? INCORRECT: 3 1 km/h CORRECT: 30 k m l h 9. The pair of figures is similar. Find the missing length w.

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10. The length of a rectangle is one fourth its width. The perimeter of the rectangle is 60 centimeters. I f w represents the width of this rectangle, which expression represents its length? CORRECT: I = l w
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11. Which number is rational? INCORRECT:

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12. Complete the statement 90 s = INCORRECT: 2.5

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CORRECT: 1.5

13. Solve the proportion
INCORRECT: 32 CORRECT: 30

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14. A map has a scale of 5 cm : 12 km. Two cities are 7 cm apart on the map. To the nearest tenth o f a kilometer, what is the actual distance corresponding to the map distance? INCORRECT: 0.5 k m CORRECT: 16.8 k m 15. Solve the equation 72 - 4 = -13
CORRECT:

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z

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2

16. Use the formula p = 2(1 + w) to find the perimeter of a rectangle, where p is the perimeter, Iis the length, and w is the width of the rectangle. The length of a rectangle is one inch less than three times the width. The perimeter of the rectangle is 62 inches. What equation can you use to find the width of this rectangle? CORRECT: 62 = 2w 2(3w - 1)

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= -7

CORRECT: x = -45

18. Simplify

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INCORRECT: -9 CORRECT: f 9

19. Solve the equation 3(x - 8) = -15 INCORRECT: x = -13 CORRECT: x = 3 20. Find the greatest possible error for the measurement 4.1 cm. INCORRECT: 0.5 cm CCRRECT: 0.05 cm
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