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eleven more than six
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eleven more than six
6 + 11
five less than fifty
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five less than fifty
50 - 5
the quotient of some number and thirteen
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the quotient of some number and thirteen
n / 13
the difference of some number and eighteen
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the difference of some number and eighteen
n - 18
eight more than the product of a number and four
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eight more than the product of a number and four
4n + 8
9 / 3 x 2 + 1
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9 / 3 x 2 + 1
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5 + 2 x 8 + 2 - 5
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5 + 2 x 8 + 2 - 5
18
(14 + 6) / 5
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(14 + 6) / 5
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(2 + 3) x 5 + 1
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(2 + 3) x 5 + 1
26
Deidre's car needs to be repaired. The cost of the repair is going to be $40 per hour for labor and an additional $120 for parts. Write an expression that would represent the cost of getting the car repaired if a mechanic works on it for h hours.
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Deidre's car needs to be repaired. The cost of the repair is going to be $40 per hour for labor and an additional $120 for parts. Write an expression that would represent the cost of getting the car repaired if a mechanic works on it for h hours.
40h + 120
Evaluate the expression. a=7, b=9, c=2, d=5. b/a+c
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Evaluate the expression. a=7, b=9, c=2, d=5. b/a+c
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a=7, b=9, c=2, d=5.   (a + b) x (c + d)

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a=7, b=9, c=2, d=5.   (a + b) x (c + d)


112


a=7, b=9, c=2, d=5.     3a + 4d

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a=7, b=9, c=2, d=5.     3a + 4d


41


Express relation as a table and graph. {(2,3), (3,2), (1,7), (7,1)}
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Express relation as a table and graph. {(2,3), (3,2), (1,7), (7,1)}
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Name the domain and range of the following relation. {(5,6), (0,2), (4,4), (8,3)}
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Name the domain and range of the following relation. {(5,6), (0,2), (4,4), (8,3)}
Domain= {0, 4, 5, 8} Range= {2, 3, 4, 6}
Marco is drawing a rectangle with a length of 12 inches and width of 10 inches. Write an expression to represent the perimeter of the rectangle.
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Marco is drawing a rectangle with a length of 12 inches and width of 10 inches. Write an expression to represent the perimeter of the rectangle.
(2 x 12) + (2 x 10) or 2 x (12 +10)
The cost to go to a movie is $8 a person. Write an equation that can be used to find the cost of going to the movies, c, for any number of people.
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The cost to go to a movie is $8 a person. Write an equation that can be used to find the cost of going to the movies, c, for any number of people.
c = 8p
Name the property shown. 37 x 0=0
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Name the property shown. 37 x 0=0
Multiplicative property of zero
Name the property. 14 + 6 = 6 +14
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Name the property. 14 + 6 = 6 +14
communative property of addition
Name the property. 3(6s) = (3 x 6) a
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Name the property. 3(6s) = (3 x 6) a
associative property of multiplication
A bathroom floor has the dimensions 15 ft. by 6 ft. If Andrew covers the floor with square tiles that measure 18 inches on each side, how many tiles will he need?
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A bathroom floor has the dimensions 15 ft. by 6 ft. If Andrew covers the floor with square tiles that measure 18 inches on each side, how many tiles will he need?
40 tiles
One city's warmest day of the year reached 107 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest day of the year fell to 17 degrees farhenheit. Write a numerical expression to represent the difference in temperature on those two days.
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One city's warmest day of the year reached 107 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest day of the year fell to 17 degrees farhenheit. Write a numerical expression to represent the difference in temperature on those two days.
107 - 17
A bag of rice at the warehouse store weighs 15 pounds. Maya needs to buy rice for her restaurant. Write and equation that can be used to find the pounds of rice, p, in any number of bags of rice.
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A bag of rice at the warehouse store weighs 15 pounds. Maya needs to buy rice for her restaurant. Write and equation that can be used to find the pounds of rice, p, in any number of bags of rice.
p=15r
Simplify. m(13 x 5)
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Simplify. m(13 x 5)
65m
Simplify. 38 + (v + 12)
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Simplify. 38 + (v + 12)
v + 50
A bag of rice at the warehouse store weighs 15 pounds. Maya needs to buy rice for her restaurant. Write and equation that can be used to find the pounds of rice, p, in any number of bags of rice. Then, make a table to find the number of pounds in 2, 5, 8, and 12 bags of rice.
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A bag of rice at the warehouse store weighs 15 pounds. Maya needs to buy rice for her restaurant. Write and equation that can be used to find the pounds of rice, p, in any number of bags of rice. Then, make a table to find the number of pounds in 2, 5, 8, and 12 bags of rice.
Equation: p=15r 2-30, 5-75, 15-120, 12-180




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