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Unformatted text preview: SUMMER REVIEW
for students entering INTERACTIVE ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY II
Your high school mathematics courses are cumulative. This means that you will need to utilize concepts previously learned to be successful. The reason for this review is to reacquaint you with necessary skills to be successful in this year's math course. You are to complete this review assignment during the course of the summer and submit it to your new teacher on the second day of school, Wednesday September 8th. It will be counted as your first assignment grade. Due to the nature of its importance, it will be weighted higher than that of a regular homework assignment. You may utilize the internet (see the websites of the math teachers for some helpful links or search the topic), use math textbooks (visit the West Deptford library), or work together to pool your knowledge of skills. This assignment will also serve as a basis of preparing for a review assessment which will be given during the first full week of school. If you do not perform as expected, you will need to sign up for a peer tutor or stay after school to continue your review of these topics. Should you misplace this packet, you will be able to print another copy off of the West Deptford High School Homepage. Given the slope and yintercept, write the equation of the line in the slopeintercept form (y = mx+b). Then graph the line. 1. Slope: 3 y intercept: 2 2. Slope: 5 yintercept: 3 Equation: ______________ Equation: _____________ 3. Slope: 1 y intercept: 0 4. Slope: 0 yintercept: 1 Equation: ______________ 5. Slope: 2 yintercept: 3 Equation: _____________ 6. Slope: 2/3 yintercept: 1 Equation: _______________ Equation: _______________ Graph the line given by each of the following equations. 7. y = 3 8. x = 2 9. y = 2 x + 3 3 10. y = 3 x 4 4 11. y =  3 x + 5 5 12. y = x 1 Find the slope of the line between those points. 13. (2, 2) and (4, 4) 14. (4, 0) and (0, 1) 15. (3, 4) and (5, 2) 16. (1, 4) and (1, 2) 17. (2, 2) and (7, 2) 18. (5, 7) and (6, 4) 19. (1, 3) and (5, 2) 20. (4, 5) and (7, 3) Plot the data of a car dealer's sales on the chart, then answer the questions relating to the data. Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Cars 16 22 23 28 34 38 36 40 35 29 21 18 Sold 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Month 21. Label the graph. 22. What type of plot is this? ________________________________ 23. Describe the trend in the graph. What does this tell you about the pattern of cars sold? _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ 24. During what 3 month period are the most cars sold? ___________ 25. During what 3 month period are the least cars sold? ___________ Cars Sold A ug b ay n l A pr O ct t Se p M N ov D ec Ja n ar Fe M Ju Ju Use the Order of Operations to simplify each expression. (Hint: PEMDAS) 26. 19 5 + 8 27. (10 5) 11 28. 14 7 (6 2) 10 29. 16 + 16 24 + 13 + 4 30. (18 2) 4 31. 14 3 19 32. 14 2 14 12 33. 20 10 + 21 25 34. 18 + 19 + 14 (11 + 22) 35. 9 + 23 + (11 3) (4 2) Simplify each expression. 36. 11 u 14u + 13u 38. 17 3v2 6 19v + 8v2 16v 40. 18k2 + 10k 16 + 7 + k2 + 9k2 42. 6x 3(1 + 6x) 44. 2(5 + 4n) + 6 46. 8 4(8n 4) 37. 4m + 6 + 2m 5 19 39. g2 3g 12g4 6g2 8g 41. 7 6r 19r 14 + 18r2 r 43. 6(a + 4) 7 45. n(n 7) 8n2 47. 2(4x + 6) 7(x + 8) Solve each equation. 48. 42 + y = 57 50. x + 23 = 92 52. 42 = 7a 49. x 32 = 49 51. 36 = a 10 53. 5b = 35 54. n 37 = 4 56. 31 + 39 = 24 + y 58. 3x 2 = 5 60. 2d 7 = 5 62. a + 5 = 4a 5 55. 21 = 10.5a 57. x + 72 = 57 + 45 59. 5 9w = 23 61. 20 = 4x 6x 63. 3p 3 = 9 + p ...
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