1- suppose you have 45 muffins. how many muffins are left after you give a friend 1/5 of them?

2- a baker at rod's bakery misread the directions and used 5 3/4 cups of flour in a recipe. it was 1 3/4 times too much flour. how much flour should the baker have used?

3- solve the equation. check the solution:

x/3=1/8

4-draw models for the pair of decimals. which number is greater?

0.9 and 0.09

5-write the next three terms and write a rule to describe the number pattern:
a- 62,500, 12,500, 2,500, 500,...
b- 0.57, 0.66, 0.75, 0.84,...
6-write an algebraic expression for the word phrase: the sum of 17 and twice a number n

7-a CD collection advertised on television is available for a shipping charge of $8.77, plus $17 per individual CD. write an expression for how much it costs to order n CDs.

8-Centerville has two train tracks. on one track a train comes through town every 2 hours. on the other track a train comes through town every 3 hours. if both come through town at midnight, how many times will both go through town at the same time, in one day?

9- a gallon of paint costs $14.98. a homeowner buys 6 gallons of paint. show how to use the distributive property to calculate the total cost of the paint. there is no tax.

10-a student says the solution of 375=x - 28 is 347. explain the student's error and find the correct answer.

Solution Summary

This is a series of GED practice questions involving word problems and writing and solving equations.

... Integrate the following equations and write a nontrivial ... Question 9: (1 points) Solve the following equation. ... This differential equation may be written in the ...

Polynomials, Binomials and Trinomials : Writing Equations from Word Problems. ... This number can be written as the product of ... whose sum is -7. Hence we write 12a^2 ...

... 3. Write the expression in lowest terms. ... Now writing back the original fraction we have ... property says that if x2 = c, then x = c . This can be written as If ...

...Write and solve an equation that represents how many cookies were sold. ...Write and solve an equation that represents how many cookies were sold. ...

... 4. Write a system of equations having a. A unique solution. b. An infinite number of solutions. c. No solution. How would each system appear graphically? ...

... 14. Write the equation in quadratic form and solve by factoring. x (x - 13) + 40 = 0. ... 14. Write the equation in quadratic form and solve by factoring. ...

... c. Find the general solution of the equation in the case where b=0, a=/=0 and use this to find a solution satisfying the initial condition. d. Write 1/(av^2 ...

... If we multiply first equation by 2, we will get. ... 34. Solve each system. ... If the system has infinitely many solutions, write the solution set with y arbitrary. ...

...Solve the system by addition. -4x + 7y = -10 x - 5y = 9 14. Graph the inequality. 2x + 3y > 6 15. Write the equation of the line with x-intercept (12, 0) and y ...