Speed Match Review Game

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Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.

If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.

If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.

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n + n + 1 (less than and equal to)13; n (less than and equal to) 6

n - 7 = -8

z > 7, graph should have an open circle over the 7 and arrow should be going right)

n> 7 3/5

Up to 6 DVD's

d < -28

x = -1

x = -9.96 (6 is repeating)

30 ribbons

n - (-7) = -2

n >(or equal to) -3

s = -18

x= -3

15m (greater than and equal to) 135; 9 lawns

h = 16

80p = 12,800

8p (greater than and equal to) 256

4n - 6 < -0.5n

8 legs

x = -1

3n - 2 = -9

f < 6.9

x = -3

x > -9

all real numbers; identity property

7x - 10x = 9

Three times the quantity h + 4 equals four times the quantity h - 1. What value of h makes this true? (Just solve for h).

Five times the quantity s + 6 equals three times the quantity s - 2. What value makes this statement true?

Solve. -6x = 59.8

Five times the sum of a number and 15 is greater than 37.

12 - d > 40

Solve. 0.5(8x - 12) = -10

Translate. Six less than the product of four and a number is less than 0.5 times the opposite of the number.

Translate. The difference of a number and -7 is -2

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.

-6n <(or equal to) 18

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?

4x > -36

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.

Translate. Two less than the product of three and a number is -9

f - 8 < -1.1

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.

Solve and Graph. -4z + 8 < -27 + z

Solve. 8x - 12= -20

7x - 9 = -30

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?

Translate the sentence. The difference of a number and 7 is -8

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?

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?

10z + 4 = 2(5z + 8) -12

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Description | Match: |

7x - 10x = 9 | x= -3 |

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? | 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? | 15m (greater than and equal to) 135; 9 lawns |

Solve. -6x = 59.8 | x = -9.96 (6 is repeating) |

Solve. 8x - 12= -20 | x = -1 |

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). | h = 16 |

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 | all real numbers; identity property |

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 | x > -9 |

12 - d > 40 | d < -28 |

f - 8 < -1.1 | f < 6.9 |

-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. | 80p = 12,800 |

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 | n - (-7) = -2 |

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? | 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? | Up to 6 DVD's |

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. | 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. | 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. | n + n + 1 (less than and equal to)13; n (less than and equal to) 6 |