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7x - 10x = 9
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7x - 10x = 9
x= -3
7x - 9 = -30
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7x - 9 = -30
x = -3
A true crab has 4 fewer than twice the number of legs that a hermit crab has. The hermit crab has 6 legs. How many legs does the true crab have?
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A true crab has 4 fewer than twice the number of legs that a hermit crab has. The hermit crab has 6 legs. How many legs does the true crab have?
8 legs
Fiona earns $15 for each lawn she mows. Write and solve an inequality to find out how many lawns she must mow to earn at least $135?
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Fiona earns $15 for each lawn she mows. Write and solve an inequality to find out how many lawns she must mow to earn at least $135?
15m (greater than and equal to) 135; 9 lawns
Solve. -6x = 59.8
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Solve. -6x = 59.8
x = -9.96 (6 is repeating)
Solve. 8x - 12= -20
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Solve. 8x - 12= -20
x = -1
Solve. 0.5(8x - 12) = -10
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Solve. 0.5(8x - 12) = -10
x = -1
Three times the quantity h + 4 equals four times the quantity h - 1. What value of h makes this true? (Just solve for h).
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Three times the quantity h + 4 equals four times the quantity h - 1. What value of h makes this true? (Just solve for h).
h = 16
Five times the quantity s + 6 equals three times the quantity s - 2. What value makes this statement true?
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Five times the quantity s + 6 equals three times the quantity s - 2. What value makes this statement true?
s = -18
10z + 4 = 2(5z + 8) -12
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10z + 4 = 2(5z + 8) -12
all real numbers; identity property
Solve and Graph. -4z + 8 < -27 + z
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Solve and Graph. -4z + 8 < -27 + z
z > 7, graph should have an open circle over the 7 and arrow should be going right)
4x > -36
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4x > -36
x > -9
12 - d > 40
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12 - d > 40
d < -28
f - 8 < -1.1
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f - 8 < -1.1
f < 6.9
-6n <(or equal to) 18
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-6n <(or equal to) 18
n >(or equal to) -3
An annual pass for National Park entry costs $80. The total income from the annual passes is $12,800 in one month. Write an equation to represent the situation.
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An annual pass for National Park entry costs $80. The total income from the annual passes is $12,800 in one month. Write an equation to represent the situation.
80p = 12,800
Translate the sentence. The difference of a number and 7 is -8
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Translate the sentence. The difference of a number and 7 is -8
n - 7 = -8
Translate. The difference of a number and -7 is -2
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Translate. The difference of a number and -7 is -2
n - (-7) = -2
Translate. Two less than the product of three and a number is -9
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Translate. Two less than the product of three and a number is -9
3n - 2 = -9
Write and Solve. Taylor attached 24 ribbons to a jacket in 4/5 of an hour. At this rate, how many ribbons could he attach in one hour?
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Write and Solve. Taylor attached 24 ribbons to a jacket in 4/5 of an hour. At this rate, how many ribbons could he attach in one hour?
30 ribbons
John has a gift card worth $75. If each DVD costs $12.50, how many DVD's can he buy if he spends no more than $75?
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John has a gift card worth $75. If each DVD costs $12.50, how many DVD's can he buy if he spends no more than $75?
Up to 6 DVD's
Five times the sum of a number and 15 is greater than 37.
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Five times the sum of a number and 15 is greater than 37.
n> 7 3/5
Bradford earns $8 for each car he washes. Write an inequality that can be used to find out how many cars he must wash to earn at least $256.
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Bradford earns $8 for each car he washes. Write an inequality that can be used to find out how many cars he must wash to earn at least $256.
8p (greater than and equal to) 256
Translate. Six less than the product of four and a number is less than 0.5 times the opposite of the number.
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Translate. Six less than the product of four and a number is less than 0.5 times the opposite of the number.
4n - 6 < -0.5n
Translate. The sum of an integer and the next greater integer is at most 13. Write an inequality to find the lesser integer. Then solve.
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Translate. The sum of an integer and the next greater integer is at most 13. Write an inequality to find the lesser integer. Then solve.
n + n + 1 (less than and equal to)13; n (less than and equal to) 6
3x + 2 + 5(x - 1) = 8x + 17
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3x + 2 + 5(x - 1) = 8x + 17
null set; no solution




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