Ch 7 Review Linear Equations

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- Q11. Find 6(−3)918-18-9300sEditDelete
- Q22. Find (−2)(−8)10-10-1616300sEditDelete
- Q33. Use the Distributive Property to write the expression as an equivalent numeric expression. Then evaluate the expression. 3.5(8 − 2)3.5 · 8 − 3.5 · 2; 213.5 · 6; 213.5 · 8 −2; 263.5 · 8 + 3.5 · 2; 35300sEditDelete
- Q44. Identify the coefficients and constants in the expression. 2x − y + 5xcoefficients: 2 and 5 constants: 1coefficients: 2, –1, 5 constants: nonecoefficients: 2, 1, 5 constants: nonecoefficients: 2 and 5 constants: –1300sEditDelete
- Q55. Simplify 6c − 2d + 9d + 10c15c + 8d16c − 11d4c + 19d16c + 7d300sEditDelete
- Q66. Find the sum (5x − 2) + (x + 8)6x − 166x + 66x + 106x - 6300sEditDelete
- Q77. Find the sum (6x + 4) + (−3x + 1)−3x + 59x + 53x + 43x + 5300sEditDelete
- Q88. Find the difference (−6x − 2) − (3x + 8)-9x - 10−9x + 6−9x − 6−3x − 10300sEditDelete
- Q99. The expression (8x + 4) inches represents the perimeter of a rectangle whose width is (3x − 4) inches. Find the length of the rectangle if x = 2.8 in.7 in.9 in.10 in.300sEditDelete
- Q1010. Find the GCF 18a, 24ab6a6ab18a12a300sEditDelete
- Q1111. Find the GCF 10rs, 35rst5r10rs5rst5rs300sEditDelete
- Q1212. Simplify -2(x -10)8x-2x - 1012x-2x + 1030sEditDelete