10 Questions
| Total Attempts: 175

Questions and Answers

- 1.If Betsy has
*n*quarters. What expression could be used to find the total value of her coins in dollars?- A.
25n

- B.
0.25 +n

- C.
25 + n

- D.
0.25n

- 2.Jed reads
*p*pages each day in a 200 page book. What expression could be used to find the number days it would take to read the book?- A.
200/p

- B.
200p

- C.
200 + p

- D.
200 - p

- 3.Which verbal expression does NOT represent 9 -
*x*?- A.
X less than nine

- B.
X decreased by nine

- C.
Subtract x from nine

- D.
The difference of nine and x

- 4.Write "the product of 16 and
*n*" as an algebraic expression. - 5.Which of the following verbal expressions does NOT translate into
*n*+ 3 ?- A.
Add 3 to a number

- B.
A number plus 3

- C.
A number decreased by 3

- D.
3 more than a number

- 6.Which of the following equations could be used to find the area of a rectangle with side lengths of 5cm and 7cm?
- A.
A = 5 + 5 + 7 + 7

- B.
A = 1/2 ( 5 )( 7 )

- C.
A = 5 + 7

- D.
A = (5)(7)

- 7.Which phrase represents the expression 7
*x*+ 2 ?- A.
Seven times two plus a number

- B.
Two times a number plus seven

- C.
Two less than a number multiplied multiplied by seven

- D.
Two plus a number multiplied by seven

- 8.Write an algebraic expression for " 18 less than a number
*x*" - 9.The state fair charges $6 admission and $2 for each ride. Which expression could represent the total cost after admission is paid for one person and he/she rides "r" rides?
- A.
6 + 2r

- B.
2 + 6r

- C.
6 + 3r

- 10.Which of the following equations represents the perimeter of a rectangle with sides
*L*and*W*?- A.
P = (L)(W)

- B.
P = L + W

- C.
P = 2L + 2W

- D.
P = (2L)(2W)