# 6.9: Chapter 6 Review

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Vocabulary – In 1 – 12, define the term.

- Algebraic inequality
- Interval notation
- Intersection of sets
- Union of sets
- Absolute value
- Compound inequality
- Boundary line
- Half plane
- Solution set
- Probability
- Theoretical probability
- Experimental probability
- Find the distance between 16 and 104 on a number line.
- Shanna needed less than one dozen eggs to bake a cake. Write this situation as an inequality and graph the appropriate solutions on a number line.
- Yemi can walk no more than 8 dogs at once. Write this situation as an inequality and graph the appropriate solutions on a number line.

In 16 – 35, solve each inequality. Graph the solutions on a number line.

- and
- or
- and
- How many solutions does the inequality have?
- How many solutions does the inequality have?
- Terry wants to rent a car. The company he’s chosen charges $25 a day and $0.15 per mile. If he rents is for one day, how many miles would he have to drive to pay at least $108?
- Quality control can accept a part if it falls within 0.015 cm. The target length of the part is 15 cm. What is the range of values quality control can accept?
- Strawberries cost $1.67 per pound and blueberries cost $1.89 per pound. Graph the possibilities that Shawna can buy with no more than $12.00.

Solve each absolute value equation.

Graph each inequality or equation.

A spinner is divided into eight equally spaced sections, numbered 1 through 8. Use this information to answer the following questions.

- Write the sample space for this experiment.
- What is the theoretical probability of the spinner landing on 7?
- Give the probability that the spinner lands on an even number.
- What are the odds for landing on a multiple of 2?
- What are the odds against landing on a prime number?
- Use the TI Probability Simulator application “Spinner.” Create an identical spinner. Perform the experiment 15 times. What is the experimental probability of landing on a 3?
- What is probability of the spinner landing on a number greater than 5?
- Give an event with a 100% probability.
- Give an event with a 50% probability.

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absolute value equations
absolute value inequalities
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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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probability

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Feb 22, 2012## Last Modified:

Dec 11, 2014
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