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Warm up 8-16-2010 1.Translate following expression a. three less than x. b. Product of a number and 4 2. a. -24+(-13) b. 34 – 42 3.a. -3/7 + 2/3 b. 2/3 – (- 2 ¾) 4. n- 5 where n= -11

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Warm up 8-17 -2010 1. Translate into algebraic expression a. Quotient of 3 and a number b. Sum of two and a product of three and a number 2. Evaluate where x = -3, y= 2 a. x + y b. y-x c. 3 – x d. x·y 3.(3/5) + (- 1 ¾) 4.-2.5 – 4.8

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Warm up 8- 18 1. a. -2· 5 = b. (-3)(-14) 2. What is like term? 3.solve using order of operation. a. 14-2·4 + 4 2 b. 2 + 3(13 -7) ÷3 4. Simplify a. 2(x+2) b. x + 2x +3

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Warm up 8-19-2010 1.Simplify by combining like terms. a.-2y 2 + 2y – 3y 2 b. 3m + 2m 2 – m 2 – 4m 2.Evaluate. a. 2(x-16) 2 for x = 20 b. m - 2 3/5 for m = 4 1/5 3. Ron can run 12 km in one hour. Translate the distance he can run in t hour. 4. Josh shares his x number of pencils with his three other friends. Express the number of pencils each person gets in numerical expression.

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