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1. Solve for x: -10 + 3x = 20 A.x = 10 B.x = 3 1/3 C.x = 60 D.x = -10.

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1 1. Solve for x: x = 20 A.x = 10 B.x = 3 1/3 C.x = 60 D.x = -10

2 2. Which statement is NOT true? A.4(3 *5) = (4*3)5 B = C.3(2 – 5) = (3 – 2)(3 – 5) D.4 * 1 = 4

3 3. The CCMS Band is going on a trip. The school will pay $150 towards the trip, and each member going on the trip will pay $25. If the total trip costs $500, write and solve an equation to find the number of club members, m, going on the trip. A.m = 26 B.m = 35 C.m = 20 D.m = 14

4 4. Use the properties of operations to evaluate: (-6.3) A.4 B.13.6 C D.0

5 5. Which value for x makes the equation 4x + 12 = −12 true? A. 6 B.-6 C. 12 D.-12

6 6. What is the value of “n” that makes this statement true? (5 * n) (−15) = 5(7 * -15) A. 5 B.-15 C. 7 D.0

7 7. Terry sells skate boards at a bike store. The expression n can be used to find the money Terry makes each day selling, n, skate boards. Based on the expression, which of the following is true? A.Terry makes $8 per day plus $24 for each skate board he sells. B.Terry makes $24 per day plus $8 for each skate board he sells. C.Terry makes $32 for each skate board he sells. D.Answer not given

8 8. Use the distributive property to expand -3(t + 6). A.3t + 18 B.-3t + 6 C.t - 18 D.-3t - 18

9 9. Solve for x. 2x - 10 = 32 A.x = 21 B.x = 11 C.x = -11 D.x = 22

10 10. Factor 4x + 32 A.x(4 + 32) B.2(2x + 16) C.4(x + 8) D.4x(1 + 8)

11 11. Sarah makes money by selling children’s shoes. She makes a base salary of $675 per week plus $5 for each pair of shoes she sells. Which equation represents the number of pairs of shoes, n, she sold last week if she made $800? A.675n + 5 = 800 B.5n = 800 C n = 675 D.680n = 800

12 12. Use the distributive property to simplify 3r – 5r + 4r A.12r B.-12r C.-2r D.2r

13 13. The CCMS Soccer team is ordering uniforms. Each uniform costs $30, and there is a one-time fee of $35 for the design. Write an equation to represent the number of uniforms, m, they can purchase if they have $575 to spend. A.35m + 30 = 575 B m = 575 C.30m + 35 = 575 D.65m = 575

14 14. Write an equivalent expression for 5(3a + 4) + 11 A.3a + 20 B.15a + 31 C.15a + 15 D.15a + 44

15 15. Tim is shopping for school supplies. He has a budget of $35 to spend. He buys 4 packages of loose leaf paper and receives $28.50 in change. Which equation could be used to find x, the price of one package of loose leaf paper? A x – B.28.50x + 4 = 35 C.32.50x = 35 D. 4x = 35

16 16. The expression p p gives the cost of an item that will cost p dollars plus 6% sales tax. Which expression below is equivalent to it? A.0.06p B.1.06p C.2p D.Answer not given

17 1. A 2. C 3. D 4. A 5. B6. C7. B8. D 9. A 10. C 11. B 12. D 13. C14. B 15. D16. B


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