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Write the linear system that corresponds to each equation.

`4x - 5 = 3`

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Q1a

Write the linear system that corresponds to each equation.

`\frac{1}{2}x + 3 = 5`

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Q1b

Write the linear system that corresponds to each equation.

`-2(x -3) = -4`

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Q1c

Write the linear system that corresponds to each equation.

`\frac{1}{4}(x + \frac{2}{5}) = 0`

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Q1d

Solve each equation using algebra.

`3x + 6 =12`

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Q2a

Solve each equation using algebra.

`5 - 2x = 11`

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Q2b

Solve each equation using algebra.

`4x - 8 = 12`

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Q2c

Solve each equation using algebra.

`-6x + 8 = -10`

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Q2d

Determine the x-intercept of each of the following.

`y = -5x +20`

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Q3a

Determine the x-intercept of each of the following.

`2x + y = 10`

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Q3b

A promoter is holding a video dance. Tickets cost `\$15`

per person, and he has given away 10 free tickets to radio stations.

- Create the linear relation that models the money the promoter will earn in ticket sales in terms of the number of people attending the dance.

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Q4a

A promoter is holding a video dance. Tickets cost `\$15`

per person, and he has given away 10 free tickets to radio stations.

Here is the linear equation that represents the above.
```
\displaystyle
R = 15n - 150
```

- Graph the linear relation.

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Q4b

A promoter is holding a video dance. Tickets cost `\$15`

per person, and he has given away 10 free tickets to radio stations.

Here is the linear equation that represents the above.
```
\displaystyle
R = 15n - 150
```

and below is the graph

- Write the equation you would use to determine how many people attended if ticket sales were only \$600. Estimate the solution using the graph.

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Q4c

`\$15`

per person, and he has given away 10 free tickets to radio stations.

Find how many people bought the ticket if he made `\$600`

?

You may use the equation below.

```
\displaystyle
R = 15n - 150
```

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Q4d

Erin joins a CD club. The first 10 CDs are free, but after that she pays `\$15.95`

for each CD she orders.

- Write an expression for the cost of
`x`

CDs.

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Q6a

Erin joins a CD club. The first 10 CDs are free, but after that she pays `\$15.95`

for each CD she orders.

- How much would she pay for 15 CDs?

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Q6b

Erin joins a CD club. The first 10 CDs are free, but after that she pays `\$15.95`

for each CD she orders.

It can be modelled by ```
\displaystyle
Cost = 15.95x - 159.5
```

- Erin receives her first order of CDs with a bill for
`\$31.90`

. Create and solve an equation to determine how many she ordered.

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Q6c

Solve the equation.

`9x + 2 = 11x -10`

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Q7a

Solve the equation.

`-\frac{4}{5}x + \frac{2}{3}= 1\frac{3}{4}x +2`

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Q7b

Solve the equation.

`-3(x + 1) -2 = 4x - 5(x - 3)`

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Q7c

Solve the equation.

`\dfrac{(4+x)}{3} +4 = \dfrac{x - 6}{2} - 6`

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Q7d

Determine the length of each base for the trapezoids below if they have the same area.

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Q8

Is `x = 3`

the solution to `5(3x - 2) =4 -10(x + 1)`

? Explain how you know.

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Q9

Solve each equation for the variable indicated.

`P = 2l + 2w; l`

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Q10a

Solve each equation for the variable indicated.

`A = P + Prt; t`

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Q10b

Solve each equation for the variable indicated.

`V =\pi r^2h; h`

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Q10c

Solve each equation for the variable indicated.

`A x + By = C; y`

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Q10d

For formula `C =\frac{5}{9}(F- 32)`

is used to convert Fahrenheit temperatures to Celsius.

Determine the Celsius temperature when `F = 90`

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Q11a

For formula `C =\frac{5}{9}(F- 32)`

is used to convert Fahrenheit temperatures to Celsius.

Solve for `F`

in terms of `C`

.

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Q11b

For formula `C =\frac{5}{9}(F- 32)`

is used to convert Fahrenheit temperatures to Celsius.

Determine the Fahrenheit temperature when `C = 25`

.

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Q11c

Solve for `y`

in terms of `x`

.

`8x - 4y =12`

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Q12a

Solve for `y`

in terms of `x`

.

`5x = 10y - 20`

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Q12b

Solve for `y`

in terms of `x`

.

`3x - 3y -9 = 0`

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Q12c

Solve for `y`

in terms of `x`

.

`\frac{x}{4} + \frac{y}{2} =2`

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Q12d

Jose has `\$32.00`

in loonies and toonies.

- Write a linear relation expressing the total amount of money in terms of the number of loonies and toonies..

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Q13a

Jose has `\$32.00`

in loonies and toonies.

- Write an equation to express the number of toonies in terms of the number of loonies.

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Q13b

Jose has `\$32.00`

in loonies and toonies.

- Use your equation to determine which one of the following is a possible combination of coins Josh could have.

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Q13c

Jose has `\$32.00`

in loonies and toonies.

- Is it possible that Jose has 13 toonies and 5 loonies? Explain.

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Q13d

Solve the equation `4 = -2x -3`

byI graphing `y = -2x -3`

and `y =4`

. The x-value where the two lines intersect is the solutions.

a) What is the solution to this equation based on the graph?

b) Verify the solution using algebra.

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Q14ab

Solve the equation `4 = -2x -3`

byI graphing `y = -2x -3`

and `y =4`

. The x-value where the two lines intersect is the solutions.

How could you use this strategy to solve `3x -4 = 2x + 3`

?

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Q14d

Solve each of the following systems of equations using a graph.

`3x - 4y = -12`

and`2x - 3y = 64`

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Q15c

Fitness centre A has a monthly membership fee of `\$90`

. Members pay $5 to take an aerobics class. At Fitness centre B, there is no membership fee, but clients pay `\$10`

per class.

a) Write a linear relation for the yearly cost in terms of the number of aerobics classes.

b) Graph the equations on the same set of axes.

c) State the point of intersection.

d) What does the point of intersection mean in this case?

e) How would you advise someone who is trying to choose between the two fitness clubs?

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Q16

The Video Stream you can watch movies for `\$ 3.00/month`

each and has no membership fee. At Rent Stream you can view movies for `\$2/month`

but has a `\$15`

membership fee.

a) Write an equation for each situation.

b) Graph both equations on the same set of axes. Find the point of intersection.

c) What does the point of intersection mean in this case?

d) What advice would you give to someone who is deciding which video store to use?

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