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Flashcards Tuesday, April 15 Chapter 7 Review Chapter 7 Review 1. The receipt shows the quantity and price of some clothing. Which equation can be used to find the price of each pair of jeans? A. 64.52 + x = 136.67 B. 3x = 136.67 C. 64.52 = 2x D. 2 + x = 64.52 Chapter 7 Review 1. The receipt shows the quantity and price of some clothing. Which equation can be used to find the price of each pair of jeans? A. 64.52 + x = 136.67 B. 3x = 136.67 C. 64.52 = 2x D. 2 + x = 64.52 64.52 = 2x 64.52 2 = 2 2 32.26 = x Answer: C Chapter 7 Review 2. A sub shop is keeping track of the number of pounds of turkey sold each day. The amount of turkey sold on Saturday is about how many times the amount of turkey sold on Wednesday? F. about 1.5 times G. about 2 times H. about 3 times I. about 4 times Chapter 7 Review 2. A sub shop is keeping track of the number of pounds of turkey sold each day. The amount of turkey sold on Saturday is about how many times the amount of turkey sold on Wednesday? F. about 1.5 times G. about 2 times H. about 3 times I. about 4 times = 70 =2 35 Answer: G Chapter 7 Review 3. GRIDDED RESPONSE Bob’s Boot Shop sold 60% of its stock of winter boots before the first snow of the year. What fraction of the stock of winter boots has not yet been sold? Chapter 7 Review 3. GRIDDED RESPONSE Bob’s Boot Shop sold 60% of its stock of winter boots before the first snow of the year. What fraction of the stock of winter boots has not yet been sold? If 60% have been sold, then 40% have not. 40 4 40% = 100 = 10 =25 Calculator 40, 2nd, %, F D, = Chapter 7 Review 4. Two thirds of a blueberry pie is left in the refrigerator. If the leftover pie is cut in 6 equal-size slices, which fraction of the original pie is each slice? 1 A. 9 1 B. 6 1 C. 4 1 D. 3 Chapter 7 Review 4. Two thirds of a blueberry pie is left in the refrigerator. If the leftover pie is cut in 6 equal-size slices, which fraction of the original pie is each slice? 2 1 2 1 · = = 3 6 18 9 1 A. 9 1 Answer: A B. 6 1 C. 4 1 D. 3 Chapter 7 Review 5. GRIDDED RESPONSE Mikayla bought a value pack of crackers for $6.72. The value pack had 24 individually wrapped cracker packages. Solve 24x = 6.72 to find the cost per package in dollars. Chapter 7 Review 5. GRIDDED RESPONSE Mikayla bought a value pack of crackers for $6.72. The value pack had 24 individually wrapped cracker packages. Solve 24x = 6.72 to find the cost per package in dollars. 24x = 6.72 24 24 = 6.72 24 x = $ o.28 Chapter 7 Review 6. At a pet store, there are 30 aquariums. Of the 30, 20 have fresh water with 15 fish each. The other 10 aquariums have salt water with 6 fish each. Which equation could be used to find f, the total number of fish at the pet store? F. f = 30 + 20 + 15 + 10 + 6 G. f = 30(15 + 6) H. f = 20(15 + 6) I. f = (20 × 15) + (10 × 6) Chapter 7 Review 6. At a pet store, there are 30 aquariums. Of the 30, 20 have fresh water with 15 fish each. The other 10 aquariums have salt water with 6 fish each. Which equation could be used to find f, the total number of fish at the pet store? 20 aquariums have 15 F. f = 30 + 20 + 15 + 10 + 6 fish and 10 aquariums have 6 G. f = 30(15 + 6) fish H. f = 20(15 + 6) (20 x 15) + (10 x 6) I. f = (20 × 15) + (10 × 6) Answer: I Chapter 7 Review 7. GRIDDED RESPONSE The ratio of boys to girls at a rock concert was about 7 to 6. If there were 1,092 boys at the rock concert, how many girls were there? Chapter 7 Review 7. GRIDDED RESPONSE The ratio of boys to girls at a rock concert was about 7 to 6. If there were 1,092 boys at the rock concert, how many girls were there? 7 6 1092 = 6 x 1092 ÷ 7 = 936 girls Chapter 7 Review 8. What value of x makes this equation true? 4x = 44 A. 14 B. 13 C. 22 D. 11 Chapter 7 Review 8. What value of x makes this equation true? 4x = 44 A. 14 B. 13 4x = 44 C. 22 D. 11 4 44 = 4 4 x = 11 Answer: D Chapter 7 Review 9. SHORT RESPONSE A movie theater has 26 rows of seats with an equal number of seats in each row. The theater can seat a total of 390 people. Solve the equation 26x = 390 to find the number of seats x that are in each row. Chapter 7 Review 9. SHORT RESPONSE A movie theater has 26 rows of seats with an equal number of seats in each row. The theater can seat a total of 390 people. Solve the equation 26x = 390 to find the number of seats x that are in each row. 26x = 390 26 26 390 26 = x = 15 15 seats in each row Chapter 7 Review 10. Which of the following diagrams represents 80%? Chapter 7 Review 10. Which of the following diagrams represents 80%? 3 F = 8 = 37.5% 3 4 G= = 75% H= 8 10 = 80% I = 46 = 66.6% Answer: H Chapter 7 Review 11. The rates for renting a jet ski are shown. Which expression could be used to find the cost of renting a jet ski for 3 hours on Friday and 2 hours on Saturday? A. 5(95 + 110) B. 3(95) + 2(110) C. 3(95) × 2(110) D. (3 + 95) × (2 + 110) Chapter 7 Review 11. The rates for renting a jet ski are shown. Which expression could be used to find the cost of renting a jet ski for 3 hours on Friday and 2 hours on Saturday? A. 5(95 + 110) B. 3(95) + 2(110) C. 3(95) × 2(110) 3 hr x $95 + 2 hr x $110 D. (3 + 95) × (2 + 110) 3(95) + 2 (110) Answer: C Chapter 7 Review 11. The rates for renting a jet ski are shown. Which expression could be used to find the cost of renting a jet ski for 3 hours on Friday and 2 hours on Saturday? A. 5(95 + 110) B. 3(95) + 2(110) C. 3(95) × 2(110) 3 hr x $95 + 2 hr x $110 D. (3 + 95) × (2 + 110) 3(95) + 2 (110) Answer: B Chapter 7 Review 12. SHORT RESPONSE During a vacation, Alice went fly-fishing. She rented a driftboat. If she spent a total of $96, write and solve an equation to find how many hours she rented the boat. Chapter 7 Review 12. SHORT RESPONSE During a vacation, Alice went fly-fishing. She rented a driftboat. If she spent a total of $96, write and solve an equation to find how many hours she rented the boat. 8x = 96 8 8 = 96 8 x = 12 hrs Chapter 7 Review 13. EXTENDED RESPONSE Mr. Martin and his son are planning a fishing trip to Alaska. The rates of two companies are shown. Part A Which company offers a better deal for a three-day trip for Mr. Martin and his son? What will be the cost? WF – 2($200 + 3·25)=$550 FS – 2( $150 + 3·30) = $480 Chapter 7 Review 13. EXTENDED RESPONSE Mr. Martin and his son are planning a fishing trip to Alaska. The rates of two companies are shown. Part A Which company offers a better deal for a three-day trip for Mr. Martin and his son? What will be the cost? WF – 2($200 + 3·25)=$550 FS – 2( $150 + 3·30) = $480 Fisherman’s Service offers the better deal. Chapter 7 Review 13. EXTENDED RESPONSE Mr. Martin and his son are planning a fishing trip to Alaska. The rates of two companies are shown. Part B Which company would charge $700 for 6 days for both of them? Chapter 7 Review 13. EXTENDED RESPONSE Mr. Martin and his son are planning a fishing trip to Alaska. The rates of two companies are shown. Part B Which company would charge $700 for 6 days for both of them? WF – 2($200 + 6·25)=$700 FS – 2( $150 + 6·30) = $660 Wild Fishing, Inc. Chapter 7 Review 13. EXTENDED RESPONSE Mr. Martin and his son are planning a fishing trip to Alaska. The rates of two companies are shown. Part C Write an expression to represent the cost of the trip for Mr. Martin and his son for each company. Chapter 7 Review 13. EXTENDED RESPONSE Mr. Martin and his son are planning a fishing trip to Alaska. The rates of two companies are shown. Part C Write an expression to represent the cost of the trip for Mr. Martin and his son for each company. WF 2($200 + d·25) = $400 + 50d FS 2( $150 + d·30) = $300 + 60d Chapter 7 Review Agenda Notes Homework– Homework Practice OAA – CH7a Due Wednesday, April 16 Final Exam-Friday, April 25 Blizzard Bag #3 – Show All Work