Assignment: Solve Radical Equations with Extraneous Solutions
Choose any four (4) of the five radical equations below. Solve each equation, showing all steps
leading to your answer. Then check your answer to determine if any of the solutions are
extraneou
Assignment: Use the Pythagorean Theorem
Choose any three (3) of the following five problems to solve. Be sure to show all work leading to
your answer.
1. A car drives 12 miles north, turns, and then drives 8 miles east. How far is the car from its
startin
Assignment: Solve Rational Equations
Follow the directions to solve each problem. Show all work leading to your answer.
1. Shaun and Kendra want to scan old family photos into a computer photo organizing
program. On his laptop Shaun can scan about five ph
Assignment: Simplify Using Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
For each rational expression, identify the greatest common factor (GCF), write the expression in
factored form, and simplify. Show all work leading to your answer.
1.
27a 4
3a 3
2.
15m 5 n
25m 2 n 6
Assignment: Solve Inequalities with Multiplication and Division
Choose any three (3) of the following five problems to solve.
1. Players from the local Little League plans to hold a car wash as a fundraiser. If they charge
$5 per car, how many cars do the
Assignment: Solve by Elimination
Choose any three (3) of the following four problems to solve.
1. A local movie theater charges $12 for an adult ticket and $10 for a childs ticket. A group of
eight people spent a total of $86 on tickets to a movie. How ma
Assignment: Divide Powers
Part I: Practice dividing powers
Use division to simplify each expression. Be sure to write each answer in its simplest form, with
positive exponents only. Show all work leading to your answer.
4a 7
1.
a3
2.
b2
5b10
3.
3m5 n 2
m4
Assignment: Solve Absolute Value Inequalities
Choose any three (3) of the following five problems to solve.
1. The average hourly wage for part-time workers at a juice bar is $9.50. The actual hourly
wage could differ from the average by as much as $1.50.