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Basic Algebra: Simplify, Simplify, Simplify True or False
1.
One square table can fit four chairs around it. Two tables pushed together can fit 6 chairs, and three tables pushed together can fit 8 chairs. How many tables are needed to sit 14 people?
> 4
True
False
2.
Which verbal expression is equivalent to 2(
x
 4)? > Two times a number less than four
True
False
3.
Simplify the expression 3(2
x
+ 6) – 4(
x
 7). > 10
x
+ 46
True
False
4.
Find the next number in the pattern: 2, 5, 10, 17, 26 … > 36
True
False
5.
Which algebraic expression is equivalent to the quotient of ten and twice a number? > 20
x
True
False
6.
Multiply the expression 5(3
x
+ 6)(3
x
 6). > 45
x
^{2}
– 180
True
False
7.
Simplify the expression 3
x
^{2}
+ 2
xy
 (
y
) – 6
y
^{2}
+ 10
xy
+ (2
x
) – 9
x
^{2}
+
y
^{2}
+ 7
x
 6
y
. > 12
x
^{2}
+ 12
xy
 5
y
^{2}
+ 5
x
 5
y
True
False
8.
Divide the expression
. >
True
False
9.
Divide the expression
. > 6
y
^{2}
+ 3
y
– 2
True
False
10.
Multiply the expression (4
z
+ 2)(z
^{2}
 7
z
+ 1). > 4
z
^{3}
 26
z
^{2}
 10
z
+ 2
True
False
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