Unit 4 Study Guide
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Currently, how many people on the earth do not have their basic needs met?
The 2012 U.S. popu
Chapter 3 Reading Questions
Chapter 3
1. Distinguish between atmosphere, troposphere, stratosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere and
biosphere. What three interconnected factors sustain life on earth? Whsat
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Module 4 Lesson 1 Guided Notes
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How many people are expected to be on the Earth in the year 2050? 9.7 billion
What is the growth rate of the Worlds population?
Chapter 7 Reading Questions
1. Describe the temperate deciduous forest and explain why it serves as an example of
how differences in climate lead to the formation of different types of ecosystems.
Tem
Chapter 6
1.
Summarize the story of how human population growth has surpassed 7 billion and
explain why this is significant to many environmental scientists. List three factors that
account for the ra
Chapter 22 Reading Questions
1. Explain how Portland Oregon has attempted to become a more sustainable city.
2. Distinguish between urbanization and urban growth. What percentages of the worlds people
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Section 1-4: The Real Numbers
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Which list is in order from smallest value to
largest value?
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Section 1-3: The Irrational Numbers
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Which is an irrational number?
The Set of Irrational N
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Section 1-1: The Integers
If n represents an odd number, which
computation results in an answer that is an
eve
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Section 1-1: The Integers
Which expression represents the product of
two consecutive odd integers, where n is an
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Section 2-2: Properties of Operations
Associative Property of Addition
5.
The Property of Closure
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Section 2-4: Subtraction of Signed
Numbers
1.
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On February 18, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., the
tempera
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Section 2-1: Order of Operations
Computations with More than One Operation
1.
Expressions with Grouping Symbols
2
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Section 2-1: Order of Operations
5.
Ramn said that the set of integers is not
closed for one of the basic operation
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Section 3-5: Evaluating Algebraic
Expressions
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4.
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If a = 3 and b = -1, what is the value of
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Section 3-2: Translating Verbal Phrases
into Symbols
1.
4.
If x represents a given number, the expression
"5 less
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Section 3-2: Translating Verbal Phrases
into Symbols
1.
4.
If x represents a given number, the expression
"5 less t
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Section 4-3: Solving Equations That
Have the Variable in Both Sides
5.
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If 2(x + 3) = x + 10,
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Section 4-9: Using Inequalities to Solve
Problems
1.
4.
In a hockey league, 87 players play on seven
different te
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Section 4-8: Finding and Graphing the
Solution of an Equality
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4.
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Which number is in the s
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Section 4-6: Transforming Formulas
1.
4.
The formula for potential energy is P = mgh,
where P is potential energy
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Section 4-4: Using Formulas to Solve
Problems
1.
6.
A truck traveling at a constant rate of 45
miles per hour lea
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Section 4-1: Solving Equations Using
More than One Operation
Section 4-2: Simplifying Each Side of
an Equation
Prop
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Section 4-5: Solving for a Variable in
Terms of Another Variable
1.
4.
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If x = 2a b 2 , then
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Section 4-2: Simplifying Each Side of
an Equation
4.
Mr. Perez owns a sneaker store. He bought
350 pairs of baske
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Section 4-1: Solving Equations Using
More than One Operation
3.
At the beginning of her mathematics class,
Mrs. R
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Section 5-8: Dividing by a Monomial
6.
(2 x 3 )(8 x 5 )
in
Which expression represents
4x6
simplest form?
Dividin
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Section 5-2: Multiplying Powers that
Have the Same Base
The product of 4 x 2 y and 2 xy 3 is
[A] 8 x 2 y 3
[B]