Interpreting Parts of an Expression

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High School - Math 1

Mathematics

North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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Mathematics

North Carolina Standard Course of Study

NC.M1.A-SSE.1

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- Q1Bryan’s hockey team is purchasing jerseys. The company charges $250 for a onetime set-up fee and $23 for each printed jersey. Which expression represents the total cost of x number of jerseys for the team?23x + 25023 (x + 250)23x23 + 250x60sNC.M1.A-SSE.1
- Q2The expression −4.9t2 + 50t + 2 represents the height, in meters, of a toy rocket t seconds after launch. The initial height of the rocket, in meters, is024.95060sNC.M1.A-SSE.1
- Q3Connor wants to burn 250 Calories while exercising for 45 minutes at the gym. On the treadmill, he can burn 6 Cal/min. On the stationary bike, he can burn 5 Cal/min. If t represents the number of minutes on the treadmill and b represents the number of minutes on the stationary bike, which expression represents the number of Calories that Connor can burn on the stationary bike?b250 - 5b45 - b5b60sNC.M1.A-SSE.1
- Q4The formula for the surface area of a right rectangular prism is A = 2lw + 2hw + 2lh, where l, w, and h represent the length, width, and height, respectively. Which term of this formula is not dependent on the height?2lh2hwA2lw60sNC.M1.A-SSE.1
- Q5A car leaves Albany, NY, and travels west toward Buffalo, NY. The equation D = 280 − 59t can be used to represent the distance, D, from Buffalo after t hours. In this equation, the 59 represents thedistance between Buffalo and Albanycar's distance from Albanynumber of hours drivingspeed of the car60sNC.M1.A-SSE.1