# Unit 4 Test: Equations

25 Questions | Attempts: 196  Settings  Copy each problem on your test worksheet and show every step in reaching the solution. You will turn in this worksheet at the end of class. Worksheet requirements: Name, block number, and date Label each problem Highlight or circle your answer HAND THIS IN at the end of class

• 1.
Use the distributive property to rewrite the expression: -4(3w + 7)
• A.

-12w - 7

• B.

-12w - 28

• C.

-12w + 7

• D.

12w + 28

• 2.
Combine like terms and simplify the expression: 7x + 2 - 5x + 8
• A.

2x + 10

• B.

5x + 8

• C.

12x + 10

• D.

-2x + 6

• 3.
Combine like terms and simplify the expression: -w - 5w + 10w - 12
• A.

-16w + 12

• B.

4w - 12

• C.

11w - 12

• D.

9w - 12

• 4.
Solve the equation.  Check your solution. 5p - 10 = 0
• A.

X = 15

• B.

X = -5

• C.

X = 50

• D.

X = 2

• 5.
Solve the equation.  Check your solution. -2x - 6 = 14
• A.

X = -12

• B.

X = -4

• C.

X = 4

• D.

X = -10

• 6.
Solve for x:  4(2x + 5) = -4
• A.

X = 5

• B.

X = -5

• C.

X = 8

• D.

X = -3

• 7.
Select the equation that matches the statement below. The difference of twice a number and three is 11.
• A.

2x = 11 - 3

• B.

3x - 2 = 11

• C.

3 - 2x = 11

• D.

2x - 3 = 11

• 8.
Javier saved \$35.  If he earns \$15 a week in allowance, how many weeks will it take him save enough money to buy something that cost \$155.
• A.

7.5 weeks

• B.

9.5 weeks

• C.

9 weeks

• D.

8 weeks

• 9.
Select the equation that matches the statement below. The sum of a number and six is 21.
• A.

6x = 21

• B.

X / 6 = 21

• C.

X - 6 = 21

• D.

X + 6 = 21

• 10.
You have \$40 to spend of 6 notebooks.  After buying them you had \$4 left.  How much did each notebook cost?
• A.

\$8

• B.

\$7.35

• C.

\$5.50

• D.

\$6

• 11.
Solve the equation.  Check your solution. 3 - 10x = 2x - 9
• A.

X = 4.5

• B.

X = 2.5

• C.

X = 1

• D.

X = 3

• 12.
Solve the equation.  Check your solution. -3(3x - 8) = 2x - 31
• A.

X = 5

• B.

X = 11

• C.

X = 7

• D.

X = 2

• 13.
Choose the inequality for the following statement: "There are more than 30 days in these months."
• A.

X ≤ 30

• B.

X < 30

• C.

X > 30

• D.

X ≥ 30

• 14.
Solve the inequality.  Check your solution. b - 12 > -12
• A.

B > 0

• B.

B > -24

• C.

B < 24

• D.

B < 0

• 15.
Solve the inequality.  Check your solution. 17 > 5 + n
• A.

N > 22

• B.

N < 12

• C.

-12 < n

• D.

N > 12

• 16.
Solve the inequality.  Check your solution.
• A.

N > -12

• B.

N < 12

• C.

7 < n

• D.

N > 12

• 17.
Solve the inequality.  Check your solution. -2n > 30
• A.

N > 15

• B.

N < 15

• C.

N > -15

• D.

N < -15

• 18.
Select the inequality represented by the graph:
• A.

N > 4

• B.

N < 4

• C.

N ≥ 4

• D.

N ≤ 4

• 19.
Select the inequality represented by the graph:
• A.

X < 2

• B.

X > 2

• C.

X ≤ 2

• D.

X ≥ 2

• 20.
Select the inequality represented by the graph:
• A.

X < 0

• B.

X > 0

• C.

X ≤ 0

• D.

X ≥ 0

• 21.
Select the inequality that represents the statement: "A number is less than 10."
• A.

X < 10

• B.

X > 10

• C.

X ≤ 10

• D.

X ≥ 10

• 22.
Select the inequality that represents the statement: "A number is no more than 8."
• A.

X < 8

• B.

X > 8

• C.

X ≤ 8

• D.

X ≥ 8

• 23.
Olivia and Lakita solved the problem: 8a < -56.  Who is CORRECT in solving the problem?
• A.

Olivia

• B.

Lakita

• C.

Neither student is correct.

• D.

Both students are correct.

• 24.
Simplify the expression: 3x - 2 + 5x - 7
• A.

8x - 5

• B.

8x - 9

• C.

2x - 8

• D.

-2x - 9

• 25.
Solve for x:  7x + 4 = 3x
• A.

X = 1

• B.

X = -1

• C.

X = 2.5

• D.

X = 40

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