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# Quiz Bowl Review For Interim Ii Accelerated

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### Quiz Bowl Review For Interim Ii Accelerated

1. 1. Quiz Bowl Review for Interim II<br />Solving Equations<br />Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers<br />Rational and Real Numbers<br />Functions and Graphing Linear Equations <br />
2. 2. Evaluate the express for y=6 and z=3<br />12<br /> y<br />+<br />9z<br />29<br />
3. 3. Write the phrase as an algebraic expression<br />Three times the sum of a number and 15<br />3(y + 15)<br />
4. 4. It took the florist 96 hours to create n flower arrangements for a wedding. Write an algebraic expression for how many hours it took to make each arrangement. <br />96<br />n<br />
5. 5. Order -0.875, ¾, -½, -0.85 from least to greatest.<br />¾ <br />-½ <br />-0.85<br />-0.875<br />
6. 6. Solve the proportion.<br />2<br />6<br />=<br />d<br />1.5<br />d=0.5<br />
7. 7. It takes 5 hours to bake and decorate a custom birthday cake. Write an algebraic expression for the number of hours it takes to make n birthday cakes.<br />5n<br />
8. 8. Solve for m.<br />33m = -297<br />m = -9<br />
9. 9. Solve the proportion.<br /> p<br />2<br />=<br />9<br /> 12<br />p=1.5<br />
10. 10. Jordan earns \$580 per week and Ben earns \$360 per week. If Jordan works 40 hours per week and Ben works 24 hours per week, are their salaries proportional?<br />No<br />What is the hourly wage for each of them?<br />Jordan \$14.50 and Ben \$15.00 per hour<br />
11. 11. It takes 54 black tiles and 18 white tiles to create the tile floor pattern. Express the ratio of black to white tiles in simplest form. <br /> 3:1<br />
12. 12. Mark can drive 345 miles on a tank of gas which holds 15 gallons. John can drive 396 miles on a tank of gas which holds 18 gallons. How many miles per gallon does each of them get? Who gets the best gas mileage? <br />Mark gets 23 miles per gallon and John gets 22 miles per gallon <br />Mark gets the best gas mileage.<br />
13. 13. Evaluate -2x + 5 when x = 7<br />-9<br />
14. 14. Solve for p.<br />2p<br />15 = <br /> 2<br />p = 30<br />
15. 15. Solve the proportion.<br />156<br /> y<br />=<br /> 6<br />72<br />y=13<br />
16. 16. Multiply.<br /> -6.1(-3.7)<br />22.57<br />
17. 17. Multiply and simplify the answer.<br />-7<br /> 3<br />-7<br /> 4<br /> 9<br /> 12<br />
18. 18. Solve for k.<br />-47 + k = 80 <br />k = 127<br />
19. 19. Solve for y.<br />7.2 + y = 9.8 <br />y = 2.6<br />
20. 20. Identify the pattern. Then name the next two terms in the sequence.<br />275, 250, 225, 200, ___, ___<br />Subtract 25: 175, 150<br />Name the type of sequence.<br />Arithmetic<br />
21. 21. Find the equation of direct variation given that y varies directly with x.<br />y=52 when x=13<br />y=4x<br />
22. 22. Determine if there is a direct variation between the two sets of data.<br />1<br />20<br />Yes, there is a direct variation.<br />Find the equation of direct variation.<br />y= x<br />
23. 23. Complete the table. Then graph the equation and tell if it is linear.<br />y= -2x - 5<br />(-3, 1)<br />(-2, -1)<br />(-1, -3)<br />(0, -5)<br />
24. 24. Solve the expression.<br />2s<br />= -8<br />0.7<br />S = -2.8<br />
25. 25. Solve the expression.<br /> C<br />9.05<br />= 8.2<br />c = 74.21<br />
26. 26. Solve the expression.<br />-2.89= 1.7m<br />m= -1.7<br />
27. 27. Write an algebraic expression.<br />Paul earned \$5 less than twice Nick’s earnings.<br />2n – 5<br />
28. 28. Which graph represents a direct variation?<br /> A. B. C. D.<br />C.<br />
29. 29. Natalie can buy a 4 pack of socks for \$3.28 or a 6 pack of socks for \$4.98 What is the best buy? How much does a pair of socks cost in each pack?<br />The 4 pack is the best deal.<br />Each pair of socks is \$0.81 in the 4 pack and \$0.83 in the 6 pack.<br />
30. 30. Which of the following (x,y) values is not a solution to the following equation.<br />2x<br />y<br />x<br />y = <br />-2<br /> 0<br /> 2<br />-4/3<br />0<br />3/4<br />3<br />(2, ¾) is not a solution<br />