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Algebra 1 Back to Book Review 1 Lessons1-15

Short Answer

1. Identify the subsets of real numbers that apply to

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2. Identify the constants and variables in 2cm + 4y.

4. Simplify

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3. A pizza restaurant charges 13 + 3t dollars for an

extra large pizza. t represents the number of

toppings. Find the number of terms in the

expression and identify the constant(s) and

variable(s).

5. Simplify

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6. Simplify 34 – 6 2 4 + 6.

20. Evaluate 10(n + 6) – 8 for n = 5.

7. Simplify 24 ÷ (3 + 1) • 2

3

– 3.

21. Evaluate 3.3m – x for m = 14 and x = 4.2

8. A school is having a fund-raiser in which the

22. If a water tank has a capacity of g gallons and it is

students sell calendars and raffle tickets. Each

drained at a constant rate of d gallons per minute,

calendar costs $19. Each raffle ticket costs $8. If a

the polynomial g – dt can be used to determine the

student sold 3 calendars and 9 raffle tickets,

amount of water in the tank t minutes after it began

evaluate

draining. How much water remains in a 3800 gal

3 19 + 9 8 to find how much money the student

tank that has been draining at 132 gal/min for 9

should collect.

minutes?

9. Simplify |–2|.

23. Add. Express your answer in simplest form.

10. Find the sum

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11. Is the set of irrational numbers closed over

24. Subtract. Express your answer in simplest form.

addition? Explain.

12. Find the difference 26 – 32.

25. The distances students ran in a race are shown in

13. The temperature on the ground during a plane’s

the table. List the distances in order from greatest to

takeoff was –3°F. At 38,000 feet in the air, the

least. Between which two students’ distances

temperature outside the plane was –29°F. Find the

should Maria’s distance be in the list?

difference between these two temperatures.

Student

Distance (mi)

Patrick

0.2

14. Simplify

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Jacklin

15. Convert 226 cm to m.

Lou

0.7

16. Convert 9 yards to feet.

Steven

17. Convert 672 inches to feet.

Maria

0.6

18. Stone Arch Bridge in Minnesota is about 700 yards

26.

equals

long. About how many feet is this?

19. Evaluate 4n – 4 for n = 6.

27. Evaluate

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28. Simplify 2(–7).

30. Simplify 280 (–3.5).

29. Simplify

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