SBAC Review - Day 03

by Men Sam

| 18 QuestionsCLASSWORK:

1. Use mental math, calculator, and scratch paper when necessary.

1

1

Write the ordered pair.

Sample Answer: (1, 4)

2

1

Write the 3 ordered pairs.

Sample Answer: (1, 5) (2, 10) (3, 15)

3

1

One inch on a given map is equal to 10 mi in real life. If the distance from your house and the zoo is 3.5 in, how far is it in real life?

Sample Answer: # [unit]

4

1

2 inches on a given map is equal to 15 mi in real life. 1 in on the map would equal how many mi?

5

1

If a 4-story building has a height of 60 ft. Assume that each floor has the same height. How tall is 1-story?

6

1

Mike wanted to split his gallon of orange juice into two half-gallon containers. How many fluid ounces would be in each of the containers?

Hint: 128 fl oz = 1 gallon

Sample Answer: 32 fl oz

7

1

Mike has a total of 329 fl oz of Gatorade for a basketball game at the park. He has them in half-gallon bottles. How many bottles does he have?

Hint: 128 fl oz = 1 gallon

Sample Answer: 2 bottles

8

1

Order from least to greatest: 4, 2, -5, 0

9

1

Order from least to greatest: 3, -12, -5, 0

10

1

Use the Distributive Property: 3(2 + 5)

Sample Answer: 8 + 12

11

1

Use the Distributive Property: 3(3x + 5y)

Sample Answer: 8x + 12y

12

1

Factor: 4x + 6y

Hint: Think of the GCF, that number will go outside of the parentheses. Factoring is like the opposite of the Distributive Property.

Sample Answer: 3(2x + 9y)

13

1

Factor: 10x + 25y

Hint: Think of the GCF, that number will go outside of the parentheses. Factoring is like the opposite of the Distributive Property.

Sample Answer: 3(2x + 9y)

HOMEWORK:

1. Show work on binder paper. I will collect it tomorrow.

2. Try your best and submit.

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14

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Hint: Complete the table and then write them as ordered pairs.

Sample Answer: (2, 3) (4, #) (#, 9) (8, #)

15

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Hint 1: First find the actual height of the 10-story (one inch is equal to how many feet? How many feet if the building is 12 inches on the blueprint?)

Hint 2: If a 10-story is this many feet, how many feet for a 1-story?

Sample Answer: # [unit]

16

1

Hint: 128 fl oz = 1 gallon

Sample Answer: 12 containers

17

18

17

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Sample Answer: -50, -43, 0, 20, 48

18

1

Hint: Use the distributive property to simplify.

Sample Answer: Yes, No, No, No

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