6.10: Chapter 6 Test
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- Consider a standard 52-card deck. Determine:
- \begin{align*}P\end{align*}(red 4)
- \begin{align*}P\end{align*}(purple Ace)
- \begin{align*}P\end{align*}(number card)
- Solve \begin{align*}-7 \le y+7<5\end{align*}
- Find the distance between (–1.5 and 9).
- Solve \begin{align*}23=|8-7r|+3\end{align*}.
- Solve \begin{align*}|-7c| \ge 49\end{align*}.
- Graph \begin{align*}x-2y \le 10\end{align*}.
- Graph \begin{align*}y>-\frac{3}{5} x+4\end{align*}.
- Graph \begin{align*}y=-|x-3|\end{align*}.
- A bag contains 2 red socks, 3 blue socks, and 4 black socks.
- If you choose one sock at a time, write the sample space.
- Find \begin{align*}P\end{align*}(blue sock).
- Find the odds against drawing a black sock.
- Find the odds for drawing a red sock.
- \begin{align*}2(6+7r)>-12+8r\end{align*}
- \begin{align*}-56 \le 8 + 8(7x+6)\end{align*}
Texas Instruments Resources
In the CK-12 Texas Instruments Algebra I FlexBook® resource, there are graphing calculator activities designed to supplement the objectives for some of the lessons in this chapter. See http://www.ck12.org/flexr/chapter/9616.
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CK.MAT.ENG.SE.1.Algebra-Basic.6
compound inequalities
graphing inequalities
inequalities
inequalities using addition
inequalities using division
inequalities using multiplication
inequalities using subtraction
linear inequalities with two variables
multi-step inequalities
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Feb 22, 2012
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