# One Step Equations/Percent STAAR Review Questions

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- Q1
There are crops growing on 29 acres of a 50-acre farm, as represented by the model.

What percentage of the 50-acre farm has crops growing on it?

29%

54%

42%

58%

30s6.5.B: Proportionality - Q2
A veterinarian examined 32 animals on Thursday. Of the animals she examined, 25% of them were dogs.

How many dogs did the veterinarian examine on Thursday?

24

8

25

7

30s6.5.B: Proportionality - Q3
There are 18 floor in a building. Each floor has the same number of offices. Altogether there are 396 offices in the building.

Which equation can be used to find

*f*, the number of offices on each floor of this building?18+

*f*=39618

*f*=396*f*/18=39618-

*f*=39630s6.9.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships - Q4
Which situation can be represented by 17.35x>624.60 ?

Darren earns $17.35 per hour at his job. How many hours does he need to work in order to earn more than $624.60?

Brianda made a deposit of $17.35 into savings account. This brought the total in her savings account to $624.60. How much money did she have in this savings account before she made the deposit?

A waitress had received a $17.35 tip. This brought her total in tips to more than $624.60. How much money in tips did she have before the $17.35 tip?

A dozen tamales cost $17.35 including tax. How many dozen tamales can a customer buy with $624.60?

30s6.9.C: Expressions, Equations and Relationships - Q5
An inequality is shown.

9w<108

What is the solution to this inequality?

*w*<1/12*w*>1/12*w*>12*w*<1230s6.10.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships - Q6
The face of a clock is a circle with 12 equal sections. image A circle has 360 degrees. What is the value of k, the number of degrees in each section of the clock?

k=48

k=30

k=12

k=72

30s6.10.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships - Q7
Which equation is true when y=6/5?

5/6

*y*= 21 1/6 -

*y*= 0*y*+ 4/5 =20.2 +

*y*= 8/530s6.10.B: Expressions, Equations and Relationships - Q8
Which model shows two equal expression when the value of

*x*is 4?30s6.10.B: Expressions, Equations and Relationships