T101 REVIEW (Chapter 4)
(Editted spring 2010)
This worksheet is a review only. It is not meant a sample test. Be sure to review all notes, textbook homework, MyMathLab
homework and quizzes.
1) Write an algebraic expression describing each
of the following:
a.
double a number
b.
Eight less than a number
c.
Two more than five times a number
2) Write an algebraic expression describing each
of the following: (Simplify completely)
a.
the sum of 2 consecutive numbers
b.
The cost of renting a video movie for n
days if the charge is $3 plus $2 per day of
renting.
c.
Three less than five times a number
3) Write an algebraic expression describing each
of the following: (Simplify completely)
a.
Eight more than twice a number
b.
The cost of a taxi ride for
n
miles
if the charge is $2.50 plus $.50 per mile
c.
The sum of 2 consecutive odd numbers
d.
Joel
ʹ
s total earning after 3 years if the first
year his salary was s dollars, the second
year it was $3000 higher, and the third
year it was twice as much as the first year.
e.
Mark has half as many stickers as Derek.
If
Derek has d stickers and Mark m stickers,
and Derek gives Mark 26 stickers, how
many stickers does each have in terms of
d?
4) Solve each of the following equations:
SHOW ALL STEPS AND WORK.
a.
3x

8
=
55
b.
7
+
2x
=
4x

11
c.

2(x
+
3)
=
x
d.
3(4

2x)
=
24
e.
4x
+
3
=
31
f.

5

y
=
16
g.
4

2x
=
16
h.
3x

7
=
5x
+
7
i.
4(3

x)
= 
6x
5) On August 4, the Abbott family received 19
pieces of mail, consisting of magazines, bills,
letters, and ads. If they received the same
number of magazines as letters, three more
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