# Equations and Inequalities with the Variable on Both Sides

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- Q1Two cars are traveling in the same direction. The first car is going 40 mi/h and the second car is going 55 mi/h. The first car left 3 hours before the second car. Which equation could you solve to find how many hours it will take for the second car to catch up with the first car?bcad30s
- Q2A wide screen television display measures approximately 15 inches high and 27 inches wide. A television is advertised by giving the approximate length of the diagonal of its screen. How should the television be advertised?adbc30s
- Q3Shawn’s Rentals charges $27.50 per hour to rent a surfboard and a wet suit. Darla’s Surf Shop charges $23.25 per hour to rent a surfboard plus $17 extra for a wetsuit. For what total number of hours are the charges for Shawn’s Rentals the same as the charges for Darla’s Surf Shop?bcda30s
- Q4Which of the following is an irrational number?bcad30s
- Q5Carlos has at least as many action figures in his collection as Josh. Carlos has 5 complete sets plus 4 individual figures. Josh has 3 complete sets plus 14 individual figures. Which inequality represents how many action figures can be in a complete set?cabd30s
- Q6Which inequality represents the solution to 1.25x + 2.5 < 2.75x – 6.5?dabc30s
- Q74a – 4 = 8 + a456330s
- Q84x + 5 = x + 8213530s