
Directions: Answer these questions pertaining to algebraic equations. Check your answer when finished.
1. 
A recipe calls for three times as many blueberries
(b) as strawberries (s). Which choice represents this situation?




2. 
Express the total weight, (p), of a filled animal watering pail, if the pail weighs 12 pounds and the water weighs 8.3 pounds per gallon? [Let gallons = g.] 



3. 
Carl is thinking of a number. He states that twice the number decreased by six is twentyfour. Which choice can be used to find Carl's number? 



4. 
A formula defines a value (v) to be onehalf of the sum of three consecutive integers. Which choice represents this situation? [Let x = the first integer.] 



5. 
The "Bulbs On the Bay" holiday drivethrough attraction charges $12 per car plus $1 for every individual, (p), in the car. Which choice represents the total cost (c) per car? 

Choose:


6. 
A cell phone charges $65 for the phone and $24 a month for the service. Which choice represents the cost (c) of the phone for the first m months? 



7. 
At the mall, a soda costs $1.95 (s), a burger costs $3.20 (b), and chips cost $2.10 (c).
Gelato is an Italian form of ice cream. A gelato booth sells small gelato cones for $2.95 each (g).


a. Carlos buys a burger, a soda and chips for himself and each of his friends ( f ). Which choice represents his total cost (t), without tax ?
Choose:
b. Two of Carlos' friends do not want chips. Which choice will amend the answer to part a to reflect this change in the total cost?
Choose:
c. Carlos' friend Amanda, says she will pay for the herself and each of the friends to have a gelato cone. Three of the friends do not want a cone. Which choice represents Amanda's total charge (ch), without tax?
Choose:


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