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QA # 1 : Review Please be seated and work on your worksheet Please be seated and work on your worksheet We will be going over the make up QA #1 We will be going over the make up QA #1 I will teach you how to do this 100 point project I will teach you how to do this 100 point project No one should be talking No one should be talking

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QA – Review #1 Solve the following, then draw a diagram: 1)|-2| = ____ 2)| 4| = ____ 3)|13| = ____ 4)|-24| =____ 5)|17| = ____ Solve the following, then draw a diagram: 6)|-17| = ____ 7)| 16| = ____ 8)|31| = ____ 9)|-49| =____ 10)|45| = ____

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1)Which value is equivalent to 7 2 + 4 3 + 8 2 ? a)107 b) 100 c)170 d) 177 Solve the following: 2) 8 3 3) 7 3 4) 2 5 5) 4 4 QA – Review #2

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1)Which value is equivalent to 7 2 + 4 3 + 8 2 ? a)107 b) 100 c)170 d) 177 Solve the following: 2) 8 3 3) 7 3 4) 2 5 5) 4 4 Bell- Work

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1) Express the following in simplest form using exponent: 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 a)4 5 b) 4 3 c) 4 8 d) 4 9 Solve the following: 2) 3 5 3) 15 2 4) 11 2 5) 13 2 QA – Review #3

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1) Express the following in simplest form using exponent: 7 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7 a)7 5 b) 7 3 c) 7 8 d) 7 9 Which property is used to simplify the expression 8(2x + 9) to (16x + 72)? a)Identity b) Associative c) Distributive d) Commutative QA – Review #4

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On the list of equations, name the property? 1)3 + 5 = 5 + 3 2)(4 + 5) + 7 = 4 + (5 + 7) 3)5 x 1 = 5 4)4 x ( ) = 4 5)6 ( 3x + 12) = 18x + 72 3 3 QA – Review #5

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1)Which equation illustrates the associative property of addition? a)10 + (11 + 12) = 10 + ( 12 + 11 ) b)10 + (11 + 12) = 10 + (11 + 12) c)10 + (11 + 12) = (10 + 11) + 12 d)10 + (11 + 12) = (11 + 12) +10 2) To add ¼ + ½, Jay multiplied ½ by 2 / 2 so he could add ¼ + 2 / 4. Which property justifies that ½ x 2 / 2 is equal to 2 / 4 ? QA – Review #6

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1)|-30| + |50| = 2)|-70| + |50| = 3)|-65| + |-50| = 4) x = -4, what is the value of 20 + 3x 2. 5) x = 6, what is the value of -10 + 3x 2. QA – Review #7

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Bell Work 3- 400 2 – Associative Property

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Bell Work 1)|-80| + |50| = 2)|-79| + |37| = 3)|-65| + |-58| = 4) x = -5, what is the value of 20 + 3x 2. 5) x = 3, what is the value of -10 + 3x 2.

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1)-12 – (-13) = 2)-22 – (-17) = 3)22 – (-79) = 4)What was the change in temperature from Monday to Wednesday? a)45b) 25 c) -45d) -25 DayTemperature (*F) Monday-10 Tuesday20 Wednesday35 Thursday17 Friday-13 QA – Review #8

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1)-12 – (-23) = 2)-22 – 19 = 3)27 – (-79) = 4)What was the change in temperature from Wednesday to Friday? a)22b) 48 c) -22d) -48 DayTemperature (*F) Monday-10 Tuesday20 Wednesday35 Thursday17 Friday-13 Bell Work

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1)|-40 – 12| = 2)|-53 – 19| = 3)|48 – 12| = 4)|-40 + 32| = 5)If V= 0, what is the value of a) -5(4v – 3) 2 b) -7(7v – 4) 2 c) -12(9v – 3) 2 QA – Review #9

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Bell Work 1)|-40 – 32| = 2)|-53 – 29| = 3)|48 – 22| = 4)|-40 + 37| = 5)If V= 0, what is the value of a) -6(4v – 3) 2 b) -7(8v – 5) 2 c) -12(9v – 2) 2

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1)If m = 4, what is the value of ….. a)5(3m + 3)c) 7(3m + 8) b)6(2m + 2) d) 8(9m + 13) 2) (-5)(-12)3) (-7)(14) 4)(-8)(-12)5)(-12)(-11) 6) Least Common Multiple for 3, 8, 12 ? QA – Review #10

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Bell Work 1)If m = 3, what is the value of ….. a)5(3m + 3)c) 7(3m + 8) b)6(2m + 2) d) 8(9m + 13) 2) (-5)(-14)3) (-7)(13) 4)(-8)(-13)5)(-12)(-13) 6) Least Common Multiple for 6, 9, 12 ?

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1)What is the value of -2(3x + 4) 2 when x = -3 ? 2)What is the value of -2(2x + 4) 2 when x = -3 ? 3)What is the value of -2(3x + 12) 2 when x= -6? 4)Solve a)5 + 2(4 2 – 11) – (4 2 – 6) b)5 + 2(5 2 – 11) – (3 2 – 6) c)5 + 2(6 2 – 11) – (5 2 – 5) QA – Review #11

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Bell Work 1)What is the value of -2(4x + 4) 2 when x = -5 ? 2)What is the value of -2(4x + 4) 2 when x = -3 ? 3)What is the value of -2(3x + 4) 2 when x = -6 ? 4)Solve a)5 + 2(4 2 – 11) – (4 2 – 6) b)5 + 2(5 2 – 11) – (3 2 – 6) c)5 + 2(6 2 – 11) – (5 2 – 5)

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Bell Work 1)What is the value of -2(4x + 4) 2 when x = -2 ? 2)What is the value of -2(4x + 4) 2 when x = -1 ? 3)What is the value of -2(3x + 4) 2 when x = 0 ? 4)Solve a)5 + 2(4 2 – 11) – (4 2 – 4) b)5 + 2(5 2 – 11) – (3 2 – 4) c)5 + 2(6 2 – 11) – (5 2 – 4)

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Bell Work 1)|-80| + |20| = 2)|-79| + |17| = 3)|-65| + |-38| = 4) x = -4, what is the value of 20 + 3x 2. 5) x = 2, what is the value of -10 + 3x 2.

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1) Giovanni was on the first floor of a 10-Story building. Each floor is 12 stairs above the previous floor. If he climbs up 80 stairs and then down 32 stairs, which floor will he be on? a)1 st b) 2 nd c) 4 rd d) 5 th 2) Which fraction matches the shaded part of the picture below? QA – Review #12

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1)Carla used 5/8 of a poster board to make a sign and 2/10 of the same board to make a banner. What fraction of the poster board is remaining? 2)Carla used 5/8 of a poster board to make a sign and 1/10 of the same board to make a banner. What fraction of the poster board is remaining? 3)Carla used 5/8 of a poster board to make a sign and 3/10 of the same board to make a banner. What fraction of the poster board is remaining? QA – Review #13

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A total of 180 people went on a field trip to a museum. The admission prices are shown below. Museum Admission Prices - Adult: $10 ; Student: $6 Show all work for each question below. 1.The total cost of the adult tickets was $200. How many adults went on the field trip? 2. What was the total cost of the student tickets? 3. If the total cost for the museum and lunch was $2,000, what was the total cost of lunch? QA – Review #14

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Bell Work 1)|-30 – 32| = 2)|-53 – 29| = 3)|38 – 22| = 4)|-40 + 36| = 5)If V= 0, what is the value of a) -6(4v – 3) 2 b) -7(8v – 5) 2 c) -12(9v – 2) 2

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Bell Work 3 - $4 Loss 1 : (-10) 4 : (-9)

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Bell Work 3 : (8) 4 : 4 yard gain

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Bell Work 3 : 24 1 : 4 > 2 3 : (2) 1 : (15) 1 : 323

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Bell Work 1- 14 2- 25 2- 15

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4: c + (3+f) = (c+3) + f 4: 4 x 1= 4 1: Commutative Bell Work

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