Theme: Various Tasks...
  • What is three tenths plus three fifths
  • Solve, by factorising, the equation 8x(squared) - 30x - 27 = 0
  • 1) 6x+7y=-9 -4x-5y=5
  • Graph the line for this problem: y=3x+6
  • Julia has $80. She wants to purchase a nail paint set for $16 ans earrings. She spends the rest of the money on earrings. Each pair of earrings cost $8. Write an inequality for the number of pairs of earrings she can purchase?
  • 3. Factor. 9x2 + 15x (Points : 1) x(3x + 5) 3x(3x + 5) 9x(x + 5) 3x2(3x + 5)Question 4.4. Factor. 20mn − 30m (Points : 1) 2m − 3 10m(2n − 3) 10mn(2m + 3n) 10n(2m − 3) Question 5.5. Factor. 8x2y2 − 4x2y − 12xy (Points : 1) 4(2xy − 4x2y − 12xy) 4(8x2y2 − x − 12xy) 4x2y2(2xy − xy −3) 4xy(2xy − x − 3)
  • 42 IS 21% OF WHAT NUMBER
  • Maya works 16 hours per month at her part-time job earning $6.75 per hour. She earns some additional money house sitting for neighbors and friends. Maya charges $30 per day to house sit if there are no pets. If the house sitting includes pets, then she charges $40 per day. Last month, Maya spent 3 days house sitting with no pets and 5 days house sitting with pets. What is the total amount of earnings Maya had for the month? a. $270b. $290c. $378d. $398
  • Substiution method: y + 9 = 1/5x and 45 - 3y = -15x
  • “You can earn money by tutoring for $8 per hour and by walking dogs for $7.50 per hour. You have 15 h available to work. What is the greatest number of hours you can spend walking dogs and still make at least $115?”
  • A man spent exactly $2.50 on 3¢, 6¢, and 10¢ stamps. If he bought ten 3¢ stamps and twice as many 6¢ stamps as 10¢ stamps, how many 10¢ stamps did he buy?
  • If pencils sell at 6 for 59 cents how many pencils can be bought for 2.95
  • The larger of two numbers is ten more than twice the smaller number. The sum of the numbers is forty. What is the original number? Sole and Check.
  • 98 divided by 7 please show how
  • Factor: 6x+36= problem
  • The museum’s show for July features 30 oil paintings by different artists. All artists show the same number of paintings and each artist shows more than 1 painting. How many artists could be featured in the show?
  • If you are paid $23.25 per hour, what is your annual salary? (Assume you work 40 hours each week of the year. )
  • What 2 numbers add up to get 17 and multiply to get 42?
  • Which graph represents the equation y=2x-1?
  • Tickets for a school play cost $4 for adults and $2 per students. At the endof the play, the school sold 105 tickets and collected $360. -write a linear system that models the situation. -find the number of adult and students tickets sold.
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