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1 Math Baseball

2 1.Put the students into 2 teams (keep them in rows) 2.Each team gets a white board. 3.The teacher will draw a baseball diamond on their board. 4.One player from each team will try to answer the posted problem individually. ( They get 2 min to answer the questions) a)If the students do not have the white board they are working on the problem on their own paper. b)After a min if they do not have the correct answer then their group can help them. 5.The first student to get the question correct gets to move their player a base forward 6.The team scores a run when the player has made it all the way around the bases to home 7.Two new students will answer the next question. 8.The team that loses the previous round then gets to pick the next question. 9.The team who reaches 3 runs first wins.

3 Question 1: Jack has a business mowing lawns and a charges a flat fee of $20 per yard, plus an additional $5 an hour. How long will it take him to cut a lawn for his client if he wants to make $70? A. 12 B. 10 C. 14 D.8

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5 Question 3: Eric noticed that his basil plant grows 5 cm every day. He starts recording the height when the plant is 22 cm tall. How tall would the plant be in 3 weeks? A. 127 B. 37 C. 125D. 35

6 Question 4: The tables shows how many miles Keymoria has traveled after the specified period of time. Find Keymoria’s rate in miles per minute between 15 and 20 minutes

7 Question 5: Chris has $100 in his savings account, and he adds $20 a month into the account. How many months will it take Chris to have $300 in his savings account? A. 15 B. 20C. 10D. 5

8 Question 6: Determine the rate of change from the table: XY

9 Question 7: Kim is saving money to buy a computer that costs $895. She started with $225 in her savings account. She add $50 into his savings account each month. How many months will she have to save before she can buy the computer? A. 14B. 10C.5D. 12

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11 Question 9: If you take Lauren’s test grade and divide it by 2 then add 27 you will get 67. What did Lauren get on her test? A. 75B. 70C. 80D.85

12 Question 10: Find the slope of the following graph

13 Question 11: Dennis needs at least 50 hours of community service for his social studies class. He already has 20 hours. Write the inequality.

14 Question 12: Estimate the average rate of change in the population from 2 days to 4 days

15 Question 13: Daniel sells magazine subscriptions and earns $4 for every new subscriber he signs up. Daniel also earns a $38 weekly bonus regardless of how many magazine subscriptions he sells. If Daniel wants to earn at least $91 this week, write the inequality.

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17 Question 15: Kim and Cyndi are starting a business tutoring students in math. They rent an office for $400 per month and charge $40 per hour per student. If they have 15 students each for one hour per week how much profit do they make together in a month? (assume 4 weeks per month)

18 Question 16: What is the rate of change from the table? XY

19 Question 17: Jakeem is going to the beach, and he wants to rent a car from Pebblebrook Car Rentals. Pebblebrook Car Rentals rents a Cadillac Escalade for $99 for one week plus $0.11 per mile over 100 miles. How much would be pay if he drive 500 miles?

20 Question 18: Find the rate of change from the graph.

21 Question 19: Alondra is trying to figure out how much her cell phone is going to cost. On average she talk 400 minutes per month in talk time. She has to pay $40 every month, and then, and it will cost $0.12 per minute for each minute over 300 minutes. How much will she spend on her cell phone each month?

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