Mathematics 64
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Janet Frewing
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Chapter 3 Review Sheet
1.
Determine whether the replacement value given is a solution to the equation.
a.
4x
9
7

=

=
; x=4
b.
p
5
2p
4
+
=
+
+
=
+
=
=
; p=1
2.
Solve each equation:
a.
w
10
6
+
=
+
=
=
=
b.
5
z
3

=
+
c.
m
10
13

=
d.
12y
60
=
e.
9f
72

=
f.
7h
28

= 

g.
6x
5
13

=
h.
8k
16
64

= 
i.
35
7y
21

= 

j.
16s
21
21

= 
k.
8
5x
8x
2

= 
+
l.
8p
3
6p
12
4p
15
+

=

+
m.
6(y
5)
7y
3

=

n.
14
8m
13
3(m
4)
3
+

=

+
o.
10x
19
20x
4
5x

+
+
=
+

+
3.
Translate each of the following statements:
a.
Four more than a number
b.
Twice a number
c.
7 increased by a number
d.
8 fewer than a number
e.
16 less than a number
f.
The sum of 5 and twice a number
g.
The difference of a number and 9
h.
20 more than six times a number
4.
Translate each statement into a mathematical equation then find the unknown value:
a.
A number increased by 11 is 5.
Find the number?
b.
13 less than a number is 8.
Find the number?
c.
The difference of a number and 2 is 8.
What is the number?
d.
The sum of twice a number and 4 is 18.
What is the number?
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 Spring '10
 JanetFrewing
 Math, Justin, Inch, Karl, Brittney

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