SBAC Review - Day 03
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by Men Sam
| 18 Questions

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

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Write the ordered pair.

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Write the 3 ordered pairs.

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

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2 inches on a given map is equal to 15 mi in real life. 1 in on the map would equal how many mi?
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If a 4-story building has a height of 60 ft. Assume that each floor has the same height. How tall is 1-story?
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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

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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

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Order from least to greatest: 4, 2, -5, 0
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Order from least to greatest: 3, -12, -5, 0
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Use the Distributive Property: 3(2 + 5)

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

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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.

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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.

# 2. Try your best and submit.

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

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

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Hint: 128 fl oz = 1 gallon