8 Questions
| Attempts: 117

Questions and Answers

- 1.What type of equation is this? Explain using terms we discussed in class. If you use an explanation we did not discuss in class, I will assume you used the internet. 3(2x + 1) - x + 4 = 2
- 2.Solve for x. Show your work and bring it to class tomorrow. On your scratch sheet, EXPLAIN why the answer is no solution. 4x - 1 = 4( x + 3)
- 3.(Disregard the number 13)Show your work for the problem below using all steps we discussed in class. On a separate sheet of paper, explain what type of equation it is and why you have two answers.
- A.
A. (see above)

- B.
B. (see above)

- C.
C. (see above)

- D.
D. (see above)

- 4.What is the greatest common factor (GCF) in the problem below? On your scratch paper, explain why you picked your answer. 3x
^{2}- 18x - 42 = 6 - 5.What type of equation is this? Explain using terms we discussed in class. If you use an explanation we did not discuss in class, I will assume you used the internet. On your scratch paper, solve the equation and show all steps. x
^{2}- 16x - 20 = -3- A.
X = -17, -1

- B.
X = 1, -17

- C.
X = 17, -1

- D.
X = 1, 17

- 6.Solve for the quadratic equation for x. 2x
^{2}+ 84 = 26x - 7.Solve for the quadratic equation for x. 4x
^{2}+ 16x = 48 - 8.Solve for x using the square root method. Show your work on scratch paper and explain your answers. 5x
^{2}+ 9 = 14- A.
Not able to solve

- B.
X = -1, -1

- C.
X = 1

- D.
No solution

- E.
X = 1, -1