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7 Quarter 1: Killer Bee Review
1. Choose the set(s) of numbers to which –100 belongs. 4
2. Which of the expressions is irrational? And why?
3. Between what two consecutive integers is the expression √94 ?
4. Choose the property that the statement illustrates. k(1) = k
5. For the equation, determine the operations that produced the equation. Then reverse the operations to solve the equation: x =
6. For the equation, determine the operations that produced the equation. Then reverse the operations to solve the equation. m + 36 = 97
7. Solve the equation = j + 87
8. Solve the equation. x =
9. Solve the equation. n = -4 7
10. Solve the equation. -4 = n
11. Solve the equation. 3c + 11 = 26 4
12. Solve the equation. 35 = –m + 895
13. Solve the equation. 6 = 12 + r -8
14. Solve the equation. 2.3x = 21.2
15. Simplify the expression. –3.8 – (–7.2) + 1.7
16. Simplify. |-85-16|
17. Simplify the expression. (-7)(-4) (-2)
18. Simplify the expression. ⅔(-18m + 12)
19. Simplify the expression. (9 – c)(–1)
20. Simplify the expression. -3(y + 5) – 4y
21. Which equation models the perimeter p of the patterns below, where n represents the figure number? Fig. #1 Fig. #2 Fig. #3
22. Choose the expression that matches the phrase: double the difference of 8 times a number and 16
23. What equation models the data in the table if d = number of days and c = cost?
23. True or False: The table matches the line graph. Explain. Time of DayMiles from Home 9:000 10: : : : : :51275
24. Simplify the expression: -3 ²
25. Simplify the expression: 2[6 ² + (⅓ ÷ ⅔) + 9]
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