# Equal or Not. Equal or Not

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Equal or Not

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If 7x + 3 = 17, what is the value of 7x – 3 ?
Case 10 - Question If 7x + 3 = 17, what is the value of 7x – 3 ?

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Case 16 - Question The formula for finding the perimeter of a rectangle is P= 2(L + W). Solve for length L.

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What does the variable x, represent?
Case 19 - Question What does the variable x, represent?

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Case 1 \$800 B

Case 2 \$150 A

Case 3 \$-200 D

Case 4 \$700 A

Case 5 \$250 D

Case 6 \$-150 B

Case 7 \$400 C

Case 8 \$100 C

Case 9 \$200 -4

Case 10 \$350 11

Case 11 \$-300 41,994 or 42,872

Case 12 \$300 32 or 36

Case 13 \$500 1134

Case 14 \$-150 Y = -2/3x + 4

Case 15 \$1000 V = sq.rt. of ar

Case 16 \$350 L = p-w 2

Case 17 \$150 5 minutes

Case 18 \$-100 C

Case 19 \$250 Number of hours worked

Case 20 \$600 300,000

Case 21 \$300 C

Case 22 \$200 A

Case 23 \$900 C

Case 24 \$400 B

Case 25 \$-200 D

Case 26 \$450 C

Case 27 \$-100 A

Case 28 \$100 A

Case 29 \$-250 B

Case 30 \$450 C