# Brazil- Amazing race ( Equations, model and algebraic relationship

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- Q1Samantha will construct a rectangle that has a base of 6 units and an area of up to 54 square units. Which inequality represents all the possible lengths in units of the height, h, that Samantha can use to construct this rectangle?h ≤ 324h ≥ 48h ≤ 9h ≥ 1230s
- Q2If a rectangle has an area of 17.25 in² and one of its sides measures 3 in, what is the length of the missing side?5.75 in14.25 in4 in5 in30s
- Q3Solve the equation shown in the model above.x = 4x = -15x = -4x = 1530s
- Q4Solve the equation shown in the model abovex = -2x = 4x = 2x = -430s
- Q5Which of the following is the independent value?NeitherNumber of TicketsCostBoth the cost and the Number of Tickets30s
- Q6Which statement about the quantities in the graph are true?The amount of time and the cost are both dependent quantities.The amount of time is the dependent quantity.The amount of time and the cost are both independent quantities.The amount of time is the independent quantity.30s
- Q7The table below shows the relationship between Sheila and her brother's age. Which equation best represents this relationship?additive, b = s + 8additive, b = s - 8multiplicative, b = 2s + 3multiplicative, b = 8 - s30s
- Q8Which situation can be represented by the equation x ÷ 10 = 4?multiplicative relationship , You and 4 friends split the $10 bill at lunch. What is x, the amount of money that each person paid?divitive relationship; Jamie has 10 friends that she wants to share her 4 cakes with. If each friend gets an equal amount, what is x, the amount of cake that each friend received?additive relationship, You and 9 friends are sharing the bill at dinner and each person paid $4. What is x, the total amount of the bill?multiplicative relationship, You have 4 groups with 10 eggs in each group. What is x, the total amount of eggs that you have?30s