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Unit Test Practice Expressions & Equations Part 1 Unit Part 1 Unit
Q1: Evaluate: x a) c) b)d)
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Q2: If b = 7 and n = 10, evaluate 5 x n - b a)c) b)d)
Q3: Solve for m. m = 11 a)c) b)d)
Q4: Solve for g. 8g = 2.4 a)c) b)d)
Q5: Which equation is: 5 less than y is 11? a)c) b)d) y + 5 = 11 5 – y = y = 11 y - 5 = 11
Q6: Write an equivalent expression in simplest form. 6(7c+3) a)c) b)d) 60c 42c c + 3 6(10c)
Q7: Solve for n. n ÷ 6 = 2 a)c) b)d)
Q8: Solve for b. b + 17 = 35 a)c) b)d)
Q9: Which expression represents 6 less than y? a)c) b)d) 6 - y y x y y ÷ 6
Q10: Solve for w. w – 14 = 19 a)c) b)d)
Q11: Using the expression below 5m + 4c – 8 5 and 4 are called_______? a)c) b)d) variables coefficients constants terms
Q12: What are the constants in the expression: 5m c + 8 a)c) b)d) 5 and 2 2 and 3 2 and 8 5 and 3
Q13: 8 to the zero power equals? a)c) b)d)
Q14: True or False? If a=4,b=12,and c=8 then a + b ∙ c = 100 a)b) TRUEFALSE
Q15: Which is an example of the sum of a product and a constant a)c) b)d) 5c+d ab d 6+7
Q16: Solve for x. x = 11 a)c) b)d)
Q17: Which is an equation for: twice m is 24. a)c) b)d) m + 2 = 24 = 24 2m = 24 m – 2 = 24
Q18: a)c) b)d) 625 2,
Q19: 3(4+8) Write an equivalent expression a)c) b)d) 3(4) + 3(8) 3(4)
Q20: At most, it will cost $15 for the tickets to the play. Which inequality represents the situation above? a) c) b) d) x≥15 x ≤15 x>15x<15
Q21:Which equation represents: 4 more than twice n is 10? a)c) b)d) 2n + 4 = 10 2n – 4 = = 10 n + 2 =
Q22: Evaluate: 5 +(6 x 2) – a) c) b)d)
Q23: mmmqq a)b) M cubed times q squared M squared times q cubed
Q24: Solve. (10 ÷ 5) x (12 – 3) a)c) b)d)
Q25: Evaluate m - 3 · y + 4 if m = 4 and y = 2. a)c) b)d)
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