# A-CED.2 Standard Form

## Quiz by March, Santana L

High School - Math 1

Mathematics

North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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- Q1In a supermarket, each orange costs $3, and each apple costs $2. If you want to spend exactly $45, write an equation in standard form modeling this situation.45 = 2x + 3x + y = 453x + 2y = 45y = 3x +2300sNC.M1.A-CED.2
- Q2Each book in a store costs $8, and each pen costs $3. If you want to spend exactly $25, write an equation in standard form modeling this situation.x + y =25y = 3x +25y = 4x + 258x + 3y = 25300sNC.M1.A-CED.2
- Q3Attorney A charges a fixed fee on $250 for an initial meeting and $150 per hour for all hours worked after that. What form of a linear equation should you use?Non-linear situationStandard FormSlope-Intercept Form300sNC.M1.A-CED.2
- Q4Students rented buses and vans to go attend the Southwood Staff/Student Hockey Game. There were 8 vans and 12 buses for the 360 students. What form of a linear equation should you use?Non-linear situationStandard FormSlope-Intercept Form300sNC.M1.A-CED.2
- Q5You are running a concession stand at the basketball game. You sell hot dogs for $1.50 and sodas for $0.75. At the end of night, you made $189. Let x represent the number of hot dogs sold and y represent the number of sodas sold. How many hotdogs did you sell if no one bought a soda?252126200189300s