# RatiosExponents Geometry/ Probability PropertiesSolve 10 20 30 40 50.

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RatiosExponents Geometry/ Probability PropertiesSolve 10 20 30 40 50

QUESTION 1 - 10 A graph of a line has coordinates (0,0) and (5,25). Write an equation of the line using the constant of proportionality.

QUESTION 1 - 20 A bucket is a third full. It contains 4 quarts of water. There are 4 cups in a quart. How many cups of water would it take to completely fill the bucket?

ANSWER 1 – 20 48 cups

QUESTION 1 - 30 A skirt costs \$140 and is on sale for 20% off. What is the sale’s price of the skirt? A skirt costs \$140 and is on sale for 20% off. What is the sale’s price of the skirt?

QUESTION 1 - 40 At Lids, an originally priced \$25 hat is on sale for 30% off. At Kohl’s, the same hat originally costs \$30 and is on sale for 35% off. Which store will the hat be the better deal? How much less would you pay?

ANSWER 1 – 40 Lids would have the better deal by \$2.

QUESTION 1 - 50 Given the graph below, write an equation for the line using the constant of proportionality.

QUESTION 2 - 10

ANSWER 2 – 10 a and c

QUESTION 2 - 20 The expression: (3 3 )(3 -5 ) is simplified to: _____ The expression: (3 3 )(3 -5 ) is simplified to: _____

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QUESTION 3 - 10 Find the area of the square and four semi-circles below. Leave your answer in terms of pi. Find the area of the square and four semi-circles below. Leave your answer in terms of pi. 9 cm

QUESTION 3 - 20 The height of the door to Connor’s house is 6.75 feet. The height of the door in a drawing he drew is 2.5 inches. If the width of the door in the drawing is 3.375 feet. What is the width of the door in Connor’s drawing? The height of the door to Connor’s house is 6.75 feet. The height of the door in a drawing he drew is 2.5 inches. If the width of the door in the drawing is 3.375 feet. What is the width of the door in Connor’s drawing?

ANSWER 3 – 20 1.25 inches

QUESTION 3 - 30 Given three angles on a line. If one measures 3x, the second measures 3x-15, and the third measures 4x+45. What is the angle measure of the largest angle?

ANSWER 3 – 30 105 degrees

QUESTION 3 - 40 What is the volume of the following three-dimensional figure?

ANSWER 3 – 40 672 square meters

QUESTION 3 - 50 A set contains the numbers: 3, 4, 7, 8. Two different numbers are selected randomly from the set (without replacement). What is the probability that the sum is odd?

QUESTION 4 - 10 Simplify: -3(2x-7) Simplify: -3(2x-7)

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ANSWER 4 – 50 a and d

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QUESTION 5 - 30 Solve and make a number line to show the solution: Solve and make a number line to show the solution:-2x-3<9

QUESTION 5 - 40 Write and solve an equation. Heather has \$15 and earns \$2.25 each week. How many weeks will it take her to have \$35.25?

ANSWER 5 – 40 It will take Heather 9 weeks to have \$35.25.

QUESTION 5 - 50 Write and solve an inequality. Make a number line. Three less than twice a number is at least nine.

ANSWER 5 – 50 x > 6