Integrated 1 Unit #3

by Allen Thoe

| 15 QuestionsNote from the author:

Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities

1

1 pt

Solve the equation for x:

2

1 pt

Solve for x:

4

-3

None of these

-4

3

3

1 pt

Solve for a:

4

1 pt

When solving the equation for x, the first step you MUST do is distribute:

True

False

5

1 pt

For which equations would x = 5 be the solution? **Hint, there are 3 of them**

6

1 pt

Which of the following has "no solution"?

7

1 pt

Solve for x:

x = 9

x = -9

No Solution

Infinite Solutions

The solution exists but it's not listed here.

8

1 pt

Solve for V:

It is not possible to solve for V

9

1 pt

Solve for c:

None of these

10

1 pt

Solve for x:

-2

-.2

2

.2

None of these

11

1 pt

Fabio and Carlos both played a game of baskeball. Fabio scored 7 less than twice the amount of Carlos. Which equation represents how many points Fabio Score (F). Let c be the variable for how many points Carlos Scored.

F - 7 = 2c

F = 2c - 7

2F - c = 7

c = 2F - 7

12

1 pt

Which of the following are solutions to the inequality: *Mark all that apply

x = 6

x = 8

x = 1

x = 4

x = 10

13

1 pt

Solve the inequality:

14

1 pt

Solve for x:

15

1 pt

There usually is an infinite amount of solutions to an inequality.

True

False

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