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All Questions Are Created = True or False Quiz
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All Questions Are Created =
True or False
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Word Problems: All Questions Are Created = True or False
1.
1. Select the best mathematical translation for the following statement: One-fourth of
x
is not more than eight. ->
True
False
2.
2. Select the best mathematical translation for the following statement: The difference between y and 6 is greater than the quotient of 6 and y. ->
True
False
3.
3. Select the best mathematical translation for the following statement: A number doubled and then combined with four is one less than that same number. -> 2(
x
+ 4) + 1 =
x
True
False
4.
4. Select the best mathematical translation for the following statement: The sum of a number and half that same number is at most two. ->
True
False
5.
5. Select the best mathematical translation for the following statement: Three less than a number is greater than or equal to 25% of that number. ->
x
- 3 ≥ 0.25(
x
) (answer)
True
False
6.
6. Select the best mathematical translation for the following statement: The total of three copies of
x
and three-sevenths of
x
is eleven. ->
True
False
7.
7. Select the best mathematical translation for the following statement: One-seventh of one-fifth of the difference of
x
and 4 yields
x
quadrupled. ->
True
False
8.
8. The sum of two different numbers is greater than their ratio. ->
True
False
9.
9. A rectangle has height
h
and length
l
, as shown below. The perimeter of the rectangle must be 100 and the area of the rectangle must be at least 50.
->
h
=
l
Oh, if only it could be that simple.
True
False
10.
10. Five percent of
x
is not greater than three percent of the difference of
x
and two. -> 0.05
x
≤ 0.03(
x
- 2)
True
False
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