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Solving Equations Like A Super Sleuth Quiz
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Basic Algebra: Solving Equations Like A Super Sleuth True or False
1.
The point (2, -3) is translated five spaces to the left and four spaces up. What quadrant is it now in? -> Quadrant II
True
False
2.
Solve the equation 5
x
+ 3
x
+ 20 = -12 for
x
. -> 0
True
False
3.
Solve the equation
for
g.
-> -6
True
False
4.
Plot the points (-4, 4), (1, 4), and (1, -1). What are the coordinates of an additional point that would make a square when all four points are connected? -> (-1, -1)
True
False
5.
Solve the equation
for
k.
->
True
False
6.
The perimeter of a rectangular pool is 60 feet. The length is twice as long as the width. Find the length. -> 15 ft
True
False
7.
Solve the equation
for
y.
-> 4
True
False
8.
A number decreased by four is equal to three times the same number. What is it? -> -2
True
False
9.
Solve the equation
for
c.
-> 5
True
False
10.
Solve the equation -6(2
x
+ 8) = -12
x
+ 17 for
a
. -> -1
True
False
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