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1.5.1 Simplify numerical expressions of integers using order of operations 1. 6 15 ÷3 2. 10 ÷2 +1 3. 3(4 7)(6) 4. 1 (9 4)÷5 5. 7 (2)36. 2 3 5()− −7. 2(6 +2)÷4 8. 7 3(4 5) 9. 8 (4)2 5 10. 7 +12 +2 11. 33 6(2)2 12. ()33− −213. 8(2 6)÷2 14. 4 696÷15. 8(2 5)÷(4) 16. 5 3 (3)3 17. 20 ÷4 14 ÷218. 23 6 2 +3 19. 3( 3 2 572( 9))×− −÷20. 13 6 ÷(3) 21. 2323 32
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1.6 Mean, Median, Mode, Range | Brief NotesPg 12 | Last Updated: 7/16/20181.6 Mean, Median, Mode, Range 1.6.1-1.6.4 Find the mean, median, mode and range of each data set (Worth 1 point per answer) Data Mean Median Mode Range
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6) A small business has five employees, including the owner. Their salaries are $32,000, $40,000, $28,000, $65,000, and $140,000. Find the mean and median salary. Determine which salary (the mean or median) would be more representative of the salary of the employees. (Worth 3 points) a.Median Salary: b.Mean Salary: c.You should report the ____________ salary (Fill in with mean or median) 7) The graph shown shows the number of cars sold at a dealership each week this month. Find the mean, mode and range of sales per week. (Worth 3 points) a. Mean Weekly Sales: b. Mode Weekly Sales: c. Range: Number of cars sold0
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Module 1 - Integers Objective Review | Brief NotesPg 13 | Last Updated: 7/16/2018Module 1 - Integers Objective Review Your actual exam will be 25 questions and will be based on following objectives. No calculator should be used on this review or exam. All work should be shown. 1.1.1 Compare numbers with inequality symbols 1.Fill in with >, < or = 8 2.Fill in with >, < or = 9 3.Order the following from least to greatest: 5,6, 7,8, 91.1.2 Find the absolute value of a number 4.37
6.Simplify: |6|1.1.3 Find the opposite of a number 7.Write the opposite of 28.Write the opposite of 1.2.1 Add integers 9.7
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Module 1 - Integers Objective Review | Brief NotesPg 14 | Last Updated: 7/16/20181.2.2, 1.3.2 Solve application problems using addition and subtraction of integers

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