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Review Game SpringBoard Unit 2

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Please select a Team

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For each cup of milk used in a recipe, four cups of flour are used. If x represents cups of milk and y represents cups of flour, which of the following equations applies? 1. y = x – 4 2. x = 4y 3. y = x y = 4x

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The sign below displays different sale prices for shoes. How much would you expect to pay for a pair of shoes with a regular price of $85? 1. $ $ $ $84.75

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Team Scores 0Team 1 0Team 2 0Team 3 0Team 4 0Team 5

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Glen recorded his time and distance in the table below. What is his speed in miles per hour? Time Driving (in hours) Distance (in miles)

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Participant Scores 0Participant 1 0Participant 2 0Participant 3 0Participant 4 0Participant 5

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The maximum legal speed limit on a highway is 55 miles per hour. The minimum legal speed limit is 35 miles per hour. If S represents the speed, in miles per hour, on the highway, write an inequality in terms of S that represents the legal speed limit

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Tim, Stan, and Suri each have $6 to spend on pizza. A large cheese pizza at Pizza Town costs $12.50, and each additional topping costs $1.25. If they buy a large cheese pizza, what is the greatest number of additional toppings they can buy?

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Team Scores 0Team 1 0Team 2 0Team 3 0Team 4 0Team 5

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Solve for x in the following equation: 6x – 12 = 3(x – 6) 1. x = 2 2. x = 6 3. x = x = 4

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The sum of three numbers is 80. The second number is 3 more than the first number, and the third number is 1 less than the second number. If x represents the first number, write an equation that would help you solve for x. 1. 3x + 5 = x + 80 = (x + 4) x 3 = x = 80

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Tyrone’s boss uses the equation y = 3x + 10 to calculate his pay for his window washing job. Which of the following statements could describe this situation. 1. He gets $3 plus $10 for each window 2. He gets $3.10 per window and 3. He gets $13 per window 4. He gets $10 plus $3 per window

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Participant Scores 0Participant 1 0Participant 2 0Participant 3 0Participant 4 0Participant 5

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What is the constant term in the equation, y = 7x + 8? 1. y x 4. 8

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Team Scores 0Team 1 0Team 2 0Team 3 0Team 4 0Team 5

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What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question? 1. 0% 2. 25% 3. 50% 4. 75% %

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The pet shop has five times as many fish as birds. There are a total of 180 fish and birds in the pet shop. How many fish are at the pet shop? (Hint: Write and solve an equation)

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What is the slope of the line below? 1. 3/1 2. 1/2 3. 1/3 4. 2/1

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Which of the following statements about the relationship between x and y in the table below is FALSE? xy As x increases, y decreases 2. As x increases, y increases 3. As x gets larger, y gets larger

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Jackson earns $0.50 for every newspaper he delivers. He has already earned $20. Let x represent the number of newspapers he is yet to deliver. Write an equation that represents the number of additional newspapers he will have to deliver to earn $ x = x x = x + 20 = x = 60

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Team Scores 0Team 1 0Team 2 0Team 3 0Team 4 0Team 5

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The table below shows the savings amounts for two students. After how many weeks will Juan have more saved than Kimberly? Week1234 Juan Kimberly

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The cost of mailing a package with the US Postal Service that weighs p pounds is 1.50p + 4 dollars. What does the 1.50 represent? 1. The cost per pound 2. The weight of the package 3. The shipping cost 4. The total cost

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A carpenter charges $55 for each hour or part of an hour that he spends completing the job plus a $75 consultation fee for each job he completes. Write an expression that represents the total charge C for a job that takes t hours to complete. 1. C = t 2. 20t = C 3. C = t( ) 4. C = 55t + 75

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Team Scores 0Team 1 0Team 2 0Team 3 0Team 4 0Team 5

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What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the final question? 1. 0% 2. 25% 3. 50% 4. 75% %

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Sara has twice as much money as Tom. Tom has $10 more than Carl. Sara has $50. How much money does Carl have? 1. $15 2. $ $35 4. $90

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Fastest Responders (in seconds) 0Participant 1 0Participant 2 0Participant 3 0Participant 4 0Participant 5

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Team MVP PointsTeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant 0TeamParticipant

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Participant Scores 0Participant 1 0Participant 2 0Participant 3 0Participant 4 0Participant 5

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