Unit 5 Lesson 14

Equations and Inequalities Review

Multiple-Choice Section

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Unit 5 Lesson 14

Equations and Inequalities Review

Multiple-Choice Section

Greater than(>)/Lesser than(<) versus Greater than and equal to(_>)/Lesser than and equal to(<_):

Pick the symbol that matches the phrase.

no fewer than

as many as

maximun

fewer than

at least

at most

more than

exceeding

minimum

no more than

<_

_>

<

>

_>

<_

<_

>

<_

_>

solve the following inequality

−5n≥−45

A

n≥−9

B

n≥9

C

n≤9

D

n≤−9

solve the following inequality

n+5≥−45

A

n≥−50

B

n≥−40

C

n≤−50

D

n≤−40

match the number line with the correct inequality

x _> 4

x > 4

x <_ 1

x < 1

Simplify the following expression using the distributive property

-2(k +3)

-2(k +3)

A

-2K +3

B

-2K -6

C

k+1

D

-2k +6

Factor the following expression completely

9u-6

9u-6

A

3(3u-2)

B

3(3u-6)

C

9(u-6)

D

-3(3u+2)

solve the equation for a = 4

-6(a+(-4)) -10(5a-11)

-6(a+(-4)) -10(5a-11)

A

90

B

-42

C

60

D

-90

Chose the correct inverse operation to solve the following problem

x - 8 = -6

x - 8 = -6

A

addition (+)

B

subtraction (-)

C

multiplication (x)

D

division (*/*)

Chose the correct inverse operation to solve the following problem

x - 8 = -6

x - 8 = -6

A

addition (+)

B

subtraction (-)

C

multiplication (x)

D

division (*/*)

Choose the correct way to solve the following problem.

3x−12=12

A

subtract 12 from both sides then multiply by 3

B

add 12 to both sides then multiply by 3

C

divide 12 by 3, then add 12

D

multiply x/3 by 3 and 12 by 3 then add 12