1) Draw a number line that represents all of the solutions of m <-2 8) Select all inequalities that have the set { 3.45, 5.46, 7.34, 8.45 } as possible solutions for r. 2) Draw a number line that represents all of the solutions of m ^ 3.25 3) In order to ride the new rollercoaster at Disneyland, you must be more than 3 feet tall and less than 6.5 feet tafl. Select the pair of inequalities that models the possible heights (h) that someone must be in order to ride the rollercoaster. iAJr>3 C) r< 4.34 r>2 r< 9.45 9) Select a//equations that have d= 7 as a solution. d-5=2 C)8d=56 B)I+d=14 D) =10 11) Which of the following solutions are represented correctly on their corresponding number line? Select all that apply. A)3ft > h and 6.5 ft> h 3ft<h and6.5ft<h (Q)h>3ft andh<6.5ft D) h < 3ftandh >6.5 ft af ran more than 3 miles 4) Jordan needs to sell 10 more boxes of cookies to qualify for a prize, Kamille needs to sells at least 15 more boxes of cookies to qualify for a prize. Select the pair of inequalities that represent the number of cookies both Jordan, j, and Kamifle, k, need to sell in order to qualify for a prize. A)j>10 andk<15 C)] < lOandk>15 It) j^1Oandk^15 < l0andk <15 D)j -.5 4 2 B) Elsa earned more than 7 dollars on her paycheck. C) Anna sold her toys for at least 5 dollars. 5) Select all the sets of numbers that are possible values for y in the inequality y > -3.5 [2.3, -.2.8, -.3.4} 0,2.6} B) {-.2.3 -.3.7, 4.3} t){-.34, 33, 32} aD the sets of numbers that are ible values for y in the inequaUty y < 2.45 2.3, 2.8, 3.4} [0 0.25 1 .37} {-3.45, 2.35, 35} D) 2.43, 2 44, 2.45} 0 Knstoff walked more than 1.2 miles to hool 13) Which of these inequalities is represented by the number line below, and why? A) x< 9, because the open dot means that 3 is not included in the solution B)1x< 9, because the closed dot means that 3 included in the solution C) x> 9, because the open dot means that 3 is not included in the solution D) x> 9, because the closed dot means that 3 is included in the solution 14) What value of x makes this equation true? 13 + x= 27 20) William has sold 247 chocolate bars. He needs to sell 650 chocolate bars. Write an equation that will help William figure out how much he needs to sell. 21) Which of the following examples has/have a correct answer of 6? Select all that apply. Megan wants earns 9 dollars an hour. She wants to make 54 dollars. How many hours does she need to work? ByIDaola has 23 stamps. She wants to have a total of 29 stamps in her collection. How many more stamps does Karen need? C) Nathalie has 27 pieces of candy. She gives an equal amount to her friends. If each friend got 3 pieces, how many friends does Riley have? 15) What value of x makes this equation true? 5x= 45 DyMr. Berchtold has 30 dollars in his account. He spent some money and now has 24 dollars. How much money did Mr. Berchtold spend? 16) What value of x makes this equation true? 22) Barbara bought 7 pencils(p) for a total of $4.27 =12 Construct a model or diagram to represent this relationship. 17) Write an algebraic equation that Emily would use to determine the total amount of her cell phone blU (t) if they charge her 2 dollars a minute (rn)9 Wnte an equation that could be used to find the price p, of each pencL ths encI 18) Write an agebraic equation that represents Adan's age (a) if he s 4 years oder than Melanie

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