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. y + 1, and 7 centimeters. If the perimeter is

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3. Jeremy plans to construct a storage building that
will have a square-shaped floor' In his plans, each
side is represented by the expression (4x + 4) feet'
7.' What is the solution to the equation below?
If the plans show that the perimeter of the floor
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of the building is 64 feet, what is the value of -r ?

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g. What is the solution to the equation below? 12. Diane delivers newspaperc for $5 a day plus
delivers
$0.04 per newspaper delivered' Jeremy
x x*I n"*rpup"tt for $2 a day plus $0'10 per.
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and Jeremy each need to deliver in order to
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the same amount?
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4x-3=!2+x 13. Bonita spent $8'94 on groceries' Sfr"%1rs11 r-/
-f -x gallon oi milk for $4.29 and 3 pounds. of. slic.ed X' Z \ t
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pieces as shown in the diagram below
D. $2.98 .X -t,35
14, Trish's resting heart rate is 50 beats per minute'
For every minute she exercises, her heart rate
ir1"r"ur., 5 beats per minute' How long will it
Aake hq to reach a heart rate of 120 beats per
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park. The cost of attending the tip is $63'
D. 40 included in that price is $13 for lunch and the cost
of 2 wristbands, one for the morning and one for

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cost of the field trip and determine the price of
one wristband.

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week, he will deposit $30 into the account each -p,[,!,f -q\x
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week. If Manuel does not take any money out of
his account, how many weeks will it take for the
total amount of money in his account to reach
$320?
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&x: 2r. A store rnakes a profit of $14;76 on eac{f belt
it sells. The company will also give each store
$50.00 for carrying its product. If the store wants
x -q to make at least $475.00 on the belts, what is the
fewest number of belts it will have to sell?
I7. Eva bought 5 pairs of identical socks and a
$6.50 hairbrush. The total cost for the items was
less than $29. Which of these inequalities best
describes the cost (c) of each pair of socks?
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per mile. Which of these inequalities represents
LJ,, the number of miles (rz) Manuel can drive in one
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$400 for a trip; They have received $50 in this inequality?
donations and are selling pecans for $5 a pound' -.22 -1 ,
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