2.3: Quiz I
Difficulty Level: At Grade
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 Which of the following is the solution to the linear equation? \begin{align*}6d=7\end{align*}
6−d=−7  13
 1
 1
 13
 Which of the following is the solution to the linear equation? \begin{align*}4(3j2)+9=4\end{align*}
4(3j−2)+9=4  3
 1

\begin{align*}\frac{1}{4}\end{align*}
−14 
\begin{align*}\frac{1}{4}\end{align*}
14
 Which of the following is the solution to the linear equation? \begin{align*}\frac{1}{3}(1827t)3=12\end{align*}
13(18−27t)−3=12  0
 1
 1

\begin{align*}\frac{1}{3}\end{align*}
13
 Which of the following is the solution to the linear equation? \begin{align*}4(4.23+1.25h)=5.91\end{align*}
4(4.23+1.25h)=5.91  2.20
 2.00
 2.00
 2.20
 Which of the following is the solution to the linear equation? \begin{align*}4(3e+6)+2=3e10\end{align*}
4(3e+6)+2=3e−10  4
 2
 0
 4
 Which of the following is the solution to the linear equation? \begin{align*}3.5(g5.6)+0.03g=4.2g25.5\end{align*}
3.5(g−5.6)+0.03g=4.2g−25.5  29.7
 8.8
 8.8
 29.7
 Solve the following linear equation using the most efficient method. \begin{align*}5r16=5r+14\end{align*}
5r−16=−5r+14  Solve the following linear equation using the most efficient method. \begin{align*}3(5s2)=2(7s5)\end{align*}
3(5s−2)=2(7s−5)  Write a problem to represent this model and solve for the variable.
 Write a problem to represent this model and solve for the variable.
Answers to Quiz I
 A
 D
 B
 A
 A
 C
 Method could be algebra tiles, balance or using algebra. Answer = 3
 Method could be balance or using algebra. Algebra tiles would be too cumbersome. Answer = 4

\begin{align*}3x + 10 = 5 + 2x\end{align*}
−3x+10=5+2x , Answer = 1 
\begin{align*}x + 2 = 3x  4\end{align*}
x+2=3x−4 , Answer = 3
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Jan 16, 2013
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