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Use either < or > for? To write a true sentence
67% of the women attending
-7(-2x – 5y + 9)
-7/16 + 7/8
If the height and the base of a triangle are doubled, what happens to the area? Explain
In a college football game, the quarterback attempted passes with the following results. Find the total gain or loss.
Try Gain/Loss
1st 13-yd gain
2nd 12—yd gain
3rd 21-yd gain
Graph the number on the number line.
- 5/9 / (- 5/6)
List in order from least to the greatest. -8 7/8, 7 (to the 1st power), -5, |-6|, 4, |3|, - 8 5/8, - 100, 0, 1 (to the 7th power), 14/4, -67/8
-17.8/3.2
-5/6 + (-2/9)
45 – 90d – 87 – 9d + 3 + 7d
24 + 3.1 + (-44) + (-8.2) + 63
100t – t
-1/7 - (-1/6)
8x – 5x + 6 + 3y – 2y – 4
Evaluate (-2x) squared and – 2x squared when x = 3
(-8x + 5y – 12) – 6(2x – 4y – 10)
Evaluate 2x squared when x = 5 and when x = -5
[6(x + 4) – 12] – [5(x – 8) + 14]
- 44.1 / (-6.3)
4 cubed + 10 X 20 + 8 squared – 23
-6m + 24
4 X (6 + 8) / (4+3)
-14x + 21y + 7
-32 – 8 / 4 - (-2)
5 squared – 4 cubed – 3 divided
20(8-3) – 4(10-3) divided by 10(2-6) – 2(5+2)
84 + (-99) + 44 - (-18) – 43
When Jennifer's calculator gives a decimal approximation for radical 2 and that assumption is promptly squared, the result is 2. Yet, when that same approximation is entered by hand and then squared, the result is not exactly 2. Why do you suppose this happens?
The price of a blouse after a 30% reduction if the price before the reduction was P
Fourteen less than some number
m – n/5, when m = 16 and n =
The simple interest I on a principal of P dollars
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