Solving Systems Of Linear Equations - Mr. Mueller

16 Questions | Total Attempts: 183

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Equation Quizzes & Trivia

This quiz will test your knowledge of solving systems of linear equations.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    c = 13x + 17c = -3x + 1Solve for x
  • 2. 
    C = 13x + 17c = -3x + 1Use the previous question/answer to solve for c
  • 3. 
    j = 45 - 5aj = 35 - 7aSolve for a
  • 4. 
    J = 45 - 5aj = 35 - 7aUse the previous question/answer to solve for j
  • 5. 
    e = 15 + 9ke = 20 + 4kSolve for k
  • 6. 
    e = 15 + 9ke = 20 + 4kUse the previous question/answer to solve for e
  • 7. 
    y = 700 - 0.5xy = 900 - 1xSolve for x
  • 8. 
    y = 700 - 0.5xy = 900 - 1xUse the previous question/answer to solve for y
  • 9. 
    y = 34x - 29y = 13x + 13Solve for x
  • 10. 
    y = 34x - 29y = 13x + 13Use the previous question/answer to solve for y
  • 11. 
    h = 2t - 6h = 15 + 0.25tSolve for t
  • 12. 
    h = 2t - 6h = 15 + 0.25tUse the previous question/answer to solve for h
  • 13. 
    The length s (in inches) of a spring is a function of the weight w (in pounds) that is attached to the spring.  The length of two springs, as a function of the weight added ares = 50 + 3w      ands = 10 + 8wFor the FIRST equation, what does "50" tell you about the length of the spring?
    • A. 

      50 is how much the spring stretches with every pound added

    • B. 

      50 is the y-intercept

    • C. 

      50 is the length of the spring with no weight attached

  • 14. 
    The length s (in inches) of a spring is a function of the weight w (in pounds) that is attached to the spring.  The length of two springs, as a function of the weight added ares = 50 + 3w      ands = 10 + 8wFor the SECOND equation, what does "8" tell you about the length of the spring?
    • A. 

      8 is how much the spring stretches by with every pound added

    • B. 

      8 is the slope

    • C. 

      8 is the length of the spring with no weight attached

  • 15. 
    The length s (in inches) of a spring is a function of the weight w (in pounds) that is attached to the spring.  The length of two springs, as a function of the weight added ares = 50 + 3w      ands = 10 + 8wFind the weight "w" that makes the length of these springs equal
  • 16. 
    The length s (in inches) of a spring is a function of the weight w (in pounds) that is attached to the spring.  The length of two springs, as a function of the weight added ares = 50 + 3w      ands = 10 + 8wUsing the last question/answer, find the length "s" of the two equal springs