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1st Week Assessment

5^2 25
7x8 56
10(2+3) 50
(4+3)^2 49
(6+18)/3 8
Factor: (x + 5)^2 - 10 x^2 + 10x + 15
sqrt(81) 9
sqrt(121) 11
Solve for x: 3x+5=29 8
Solve for x: 7x+11=14.5 .5
Add fractions: (1/4) + (1/8) 3/8
Multiply Fractions (Reduce to lowest terms): (2/3) X (3/4) 1/2
Find Slope of points (4,5) and (5,8) 3
Find the equation using the points (4,5) and (5,8) formula: y – y1 = m(x – x1) y= 3x-7
Find the x-intercept(leave in fraction form if needed) 7/3
Find the y-intercept(leave in fraction form if needed) -7
John spends $1080 each month on living expenses that includes food, rent, water, electric, and cable/internet/phone bundle. The cost of living will increase by 6% next year. What will John need to set aside each month to cover his living expenses? $1060 a month.
The fair and rodeo are in town and you would like to go. The entrance fee is $10 dollars and plus $0.50 per ride. Write an equation that best represents the cost(c)for the admissions(a) and purchase rides(r). c= 10 + .5r
Created by: coachbrown512