Unit 5 Lessons 4-5
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1) A number decreased by 5 is 50.
1 point
50 - s = 5
s + 5 = 50
s - 5 = 50
50 + s = 5
2) seven more than a number is 10
1 point
7 - a = 10
10 + a = 7
a + 7 = 10
a - 7 =10
3) Four of twice a number is 20.
2 points
2n x 4 = 20
20/4 = a
4n + 2 = 20
2n(4) = 20
4) 9 fewer than a number is 2.5
1 point
b - 9 = 2.5
2.5 - 9 = b
9 - b = 2.5
9 + 2.5 = b
5) One third of the regular price is $10.
1 point
1/10 * 3 = $10
$10/3 *r = $10
1/3r = $10
r/10 = 3
Option 5
Option 6
6) The product of a number and five is 15.
1 point
5n = 15
15n = 5
15/5 = r
5 + r = 15
7) Sarah’s age divided by 2 is 23.
2 points
a divided by 2 = 23
23/2 = 2
23 divided by 2 = a
a/2 = 23
8) Andrew mows lawns. He charges $15 per hour and a $20 bonus when he completes a yard. He was paid $60 for completing one yard. Write an equation to represent the amount of money he earned.
1 point
15/h - 20 = 60
60/h + 20 = 15
15h + 20 = 60
20h + 15 = 60
9) Matthew has three more than twice as many nickels as Kevin. He has 15 nickels in total. Write an equation that represents the number of nickels Matthew has.
1 point
3 n+ 2 = 15
3n - 15 = 2
2n -15 =2
2n + 3 = 15
10) Patty bakes cookies. She is paid $18 per hour and a $10 bonus when she bakes an entire tray of cookies. She was paid $64 in total for yesterday.Write an equation to represent the amount of money she earned.
1 point
18h - 10 = 64
10h + 18 = 64
64 - 18h = 10
18h + 10 = 64
11) Robert is a plumber. He is paid $40per hour and a $20 bonus when he finishes a job in less than 4 hours.He was paid $100 for his last job.Write an equation to represent the amount Robert earned.
1 point
40h + 20 = 100
100 - 40h = 20
40/h - 20 = 100
20h + 40 = 100
12) Sally earned $30 washing windows on Thursday. She earned more money washing windows on Friday. She earned $70 in total.Write an algebraic equation to represent the amount of money she earned.
1 point
30m = 70
70/m = 30
30 + m = 70
70/30 = m
13) Laura has four more than twice as many bracelets as Susan. Laura has 12 bracelets altogether. Write an equation to represent the number of bracelets Susan has.
1 point
2b + 4 = 12
2/b - 4 = 12
12/4 + 4 = b
12 - b + 4 = 2
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