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Final Review
1. Order of operations
a. -12 + 3( -3+5) b. -4(-2+7) + 4( 5-3
2
) c. (5-2) 5(-2+4)+
3
) 3 (

2. Find all factors
a. 50 b. 38





3. Find the prime factorization
a. 36 b. 100




4. Fractions
a.
5
3
3
2
+ b.
5
2
1
3
1
2 c.
5
3
4 d.
3
1
2
5
4





5. Solving for a variable:
i. BE + C=R for E: ii. AB
2
=D for B: iii. 2y+ 3x= 11 by y:






6. Solve the following equations
a. 2(x+4)= 26 b. 4x-2(x+2) = 50




c. 6x +14 = 4x + 40 d. -2(x+4) = -2(2x+10)



e. -4x+30 = -4(x + 5) f. 7
5
1
= x




g. 7 3
3
2
= x h. 5
3
2
2
=
+
+
x x



7. Inequalities solve if needed and graph on the number line
a. x + 12< 35 b. -2x > 18



c. -4x -10 32 > d. -2 < x 8 s

e. -16< 2x + 6 < 20 f. -10 >
3
1
x + 2 > 10



8. Absolute value Equations
a. |2x+4|= 18 b. |3x+7|= -7 b. |x+4|- 5 = 11





9. Percentage
a. What percent of 89 is 17?

b. 56 is 24% of what number?

c. What is 38% of 208?

d. In a study of 560 men with prostate cancer 8% had a poor diet, how many men with prostate
cancer did not have a poor diet?


f. Vomar bought an i-pod for $299, if the taxes in Illinois are 9.25%. How much did he pay in
total?


10 Plot the following points in the coordinate plane.
A (2,-3) B(0,-5) C(-4,0) D( -5, -3) E( -4, 4) F( 5,6)



11 Are these equations lines?
a. x+ y = 5
b. 2
2
x + y=7
c.
5
1
3
2
+ = x y

12 Find the slope
a. (-1, -2) (3,1) b. ( 0, -2) (5,4) c. ( 5, 0) ( 5, -5)


13 Graph y=
3
2
x


14 A.Graph y=2x-4 b. Graph 3
3
2
= + y x



15 Find the x-intercept and y-intercept for 2x-3y = 12 and graph
\






16 Write an equation for a line perpendicular to y = 2x - 1 and passing by ( 4, 2).
May use slope intercept form: ) (
1 1
x x m y y =






17 Write an equation for a line that passes through ( -1, 4) and ( 1,1)
) (
1 1
x x m y y =




Solving systems by graphing

=
+ =
2
3 2
x
x y

+ =
=
2 3
3
3
1
x y
x y





16 Solve the following systems

= +
+ =
5 2
4 2
y x
x y

= +
= +
6 2
12 3
y x
y x



Also review your homework from Rules of Exponents and possible radicals and possible radicals