Algebra II - Algebraic Expressions and Equations Review: Tutoring Solution Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Simplify: 5x + 12x

Question 2 2. If a = 1, b = 3, c = 4, what is x? Use the formula x = c / (b - a).

Question 3 3. Simplify the expression: 2a(4b + 3a) + 2ab.

Question 4 4. What is the volume of a gift box that measures 8 inches long, 8 inches wide, and 4 inches tall?

Question 5 5. Susie has a box filled with candy. How many candy pieces does she have inside her box if there are 10 chocolate candies, 5 strawberry candies, and 15 vanilla candies?

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Question 6 6. It takes Susan 2 minutes to solve one math problem. How many minutes will it take Susan to solve 25 math problems?

Question 7 7. Simplify: -2(-7q - 3r)

Question 8 8. Solve x + 10 = 19

Question 9 9. Simplify: 2x^2 + 5 + 4x^2 - 3

Question 10 10. What type of equation is this?

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Question 11 11. Simplify the expression: 3x(x + 5y) + 2y(7x - y) + 4(x^2 + 2y).

Question 12 12. Keara is 5 years older than Michelle. If Michelle is m years old, write an expression for Keara's age.

Question 13 13. What is five times five?

Question 14 14. Bob is selling a fried chicken dinner for $5 a plate. At the end of one day, he manages to sell 52 such dinners. How much money did he make?

Question 15 15. Joe came to school with 3 pencils in the morning. Over the course of the school day, he let 5 different people borrow his pencils. The first three people gave him the pencil back, but the last two people didn't. How many pencils does he have now?

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Question 16 16. In a football game, Peyton threw 17 more complete passes than Tom, who threw p. Express the number of complete passes Peyton had in terms of p.

Question 17 17.

Solve.

x - 10 = 90

Question 18 18. What kind of statement is 10 > .05

Question 19 19.

Solve.

x/9 = 3

Question 20 20. The word 'per' is which math operation?

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Question 21 21. Jim has two jobs. He gets paid $10 an hour at one job and $8 an hour at the other job. If he works 5 hours at the job that pays $10 an hour and 3 hours at the other, how much money will he make?

Question 22 22.

Translate.

Three chocolate bars and six chocolate bars combined is how many chocolate bars?

Question 23 23. Which of the following illustrates the distributive property?

Question 24 24. The word 'is' stands for what mathematical operation?

Question 25 25. What type of equation is this?

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Question 26 26. What type of equation is this?

Question 27 27. Solve 5(x + 2) = 10.

Question 28 28.

Solve.

x + 7 = 20

Question 29 29. Simplify: [-2(g + 2h) - 4g^2] - [-g(5 - 2g) + h]

Question 30 30. Simplify: ((5x + 2x) - (4x - 3x)) - ((8x + 4x) - 2x)

Algebra II - Algebraic Expressions and Equations Review: Tutoring Solution Chapter Exam Instructions

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