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Number of solutions to equations Practice telling whether an equation has one, zero, or infinite solutions. For example, how many solutions does the equation 8(3x+10)=28x-14-4x have?
Number of solutions to equations challenge Given a linear equation with missing values, determine appropriate values in order to have one, zero, or infinite solutions. For example, complete the equation -11x + 4 = __x + __ so that it has no solutions.
Exponents with negative fractional bases Practice raising fractions to whole number powers. Fractions in these problems may be positive or negative.
Volumes of cylinders Practice applying the volume formulas for cylinders.
Ordered pair solutions to linear equations Determine which ordered pair represents a solution to a graph or equation.
Two-step inequality word problems Practice constructing, interpreting, and solving linear inequalities that model real-world situations.
Solving proportions 2
Negative exponents Practice computing numbers raised to positive and negative exponents. Bases may be fractions.
Multi-step linear inequalities Solve linear inequalities that take multiple steps to solve.
Solutions to 2-variable equations Determine which ordered pairs are solutions to equations.
Estimating slope of line of best fit Given a scatter plot, can you estimate the slope of the line of best fit that goes through the data points?
Advanced reflections Find the reflection that maps a given figure to another and draw the image of a reflection. The lines of reflection in this exercise have a wide range of slopes.
Interpret units in formulas Determine the appropriate unit of a quantity based on a formula containing that quantity.
Graphing proportional relationships
Compound inequalities Solve compound linear inequalities. For example, solve 5z+7<27 OR -3z≤18.
Multiply & divide powers (integer exponents) Rewrite products or quotients of powers, including negative powers.
Multiple units word problems Solve word problems that contain multiple quantities that are measured in different units.
Intercepts from a graph Look at the graph of an equation to find x-intercepts and y-intercepts
Constructing scatter plots Practice plotting points to construct a scatter plot.
Intercepts from a table Find the intercepts of a line given a table of values.