1. Evaluate 6 · 7 – 2p if p = 5. A. 420 B. 150 C. 200 D. 32 Hint 2. Rewrite 16 × 0.4 + 16 × 10 using the distributive property. A. 16 + (0.4 + 10) B. 16(0.4 × 10) C. 16(0.4 + 10) D. 16 + (0.4 × 10) Hint 3. Write an expression to represent ''five times as much as I paid yesterday.'' A. 5 + c B. C. 5c D. 5 - c Hint 4. If Julie has x strawberries in one sack and four fewer strawberries in another sack, write an expression for how many strawberries are in the second sack. A. x + 4 B. x - 4 C. 4 - x D. 4 + x Hint 5. What is another way to write (6 + 7)x? A. 6(x) + 7 B. 6(x) × 7(x) C. 6(x) + 7(x) D. 6 + 7(x) Hint 6. Use the distributive property to rewrite 3(5 + y) without parentheses. A. 8 + 3y B. 8 + y C. 15 + y D. 15 + 3y Hint 7. Factor the polynomial 3x + 3. A. 3(x - 3) B. 3(x + 1) C. 3(x - 1) D. 3(x + 3) Hint 8. Using n to represent the number of blocks in each bag, write an algebraic expression for the total number of blocks. A. 4n + 4 B. 3n + 3 C. 3n + 4 D. 4n + 3 Hint 9. Complete the flowchart by filling in the ovals. A. B. C. D. Hint 10. Make a flowchart for the expression.. A. B. C. D. Hint 11. Find the equation for the flowchart. A. - 9 = 1 B. - 9 = 1 C. = 1 D. - 1 = 9 Hint 12. Use the flowchart to backtrack and find the solution. A. 8 B. 18 C. 9 D. 7 Hint 13. George and a group of his friends are going to a baseball game. Tickets cost \$12 apiece and a program costs \$5. If George and his friends go to the game and only George buys a program, write an expression for the total amount that George and his friends spent at the game. Use t for the number of tickets bought. A. 12(t + 5) B. 5t + 12 C. 12t + 5 D. 5(t + 12) Hint 14. George and a group of his friends are going to a baseball game. Tickets cost \$12 apiece and a program costs \$5. If George goes with 5 friends, write an expression for the total amount that George and his friends spent at the game. Use p for the number of programs bought. A. 12p+ 5 B. 12p + 72 C. 5p + 12 D. 5p + 72 Hint 15. Janet was filling up a water balloon that had a tiny hole in it. The balloon can hold 12 ounces of water, but the hole leaks water out at 0.5 ounces per minute. How many ounces of water will be in the balloon m minutes after it is filled? A. 12m + 0.5m B. 12m – 0.5m C. 12 – 0.5m D. 12 + 0.5m Hint 16. Find an explanation for the expression s + 3. A. If s is the number of students in the classroom, s + 3 is the number of students after 3 students leave the class. B. If s is the number of students in the classroom, s + 3 is the number of students after 3 new students join the class. C. If s is the number of sunny days, s + 3 is the number of sunny days 3 years ago. D. If s is the number of sunny days, s + 3 is the number of sunny days in March, the third month of the year. Hint 17. Write two expressions for the total number of blocks. A. 5(n + 5), 5n + 25 B. 5(n – 5), 5n – 25 C. 5(n – 1), 5n – 5 D. 5(n + 1), 5n + 5 Hint 18. Find two ways to write the rule for the table. A. 3(x + 12), 3x + 36 B. 3(x + 4), 3x + 12 C. 3(x + 4), 3x + 15 D. 15x Hint 19. Use the clues on the dot diagram to find the unknown values. A. a = 10, b = 22 B. a = 1, b = 11 C. a = 5, b = 17 D. a = 3, b = 15 Hint 20. Factor the expression.24x2 – 54x A. 6x(4x – 9) B. 6(4x2 – 9x) C. 6x(4x – 9x) D. 6x2 (4x – 9) Hint