Algebra Standardized Test Review Who wants to be a Millionaire GAME

Algebra Standardized Test Review Who wants to be a Million
Algebra Standardized Test Review Who wants to be a Million
Algebra Standardized Test Review Who wants to be a Million
Algebra Standardized Test Review Who wants to be a Million
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This is interactive game is a great way to review for an Algebra final or for a standardized test. Students are the contestants, they can work individually or in small groups. There are 15 multiple choice questions in the game. Here are the questions. I apologize if they didn't paste well, I inserted equations on some of them.

A store sells a book for $40. The profit on the sale (in dollars) is given by the expression 40 – x. Which of the following could represent x in this situation?

Which algebraic expression is translated as “eight times the difference of eleven and a number x”?

Simplify: 24÷2(6)-2〖(-5)〗^2

Solve -6=2(x+1)

During the summer, Emily sells magazine subscriptions. She is paid $30 a month plus $2.50 for every subscription she sells. If her goal is to earn $100 this month, how many subscriptions must she sell?

What is the slope of 1/2y = 8x + 12

Solve: √(x-5)=9

Solve the system: {█(x=2y+3@4x -5y=9)┤

Your teacher is giving a test worth 150 points. There is a total of 42 five point and two point questions. How many two point questions are on the test?

The number of miles Zach can drive his car varies directly with the amount of gas used. Zach traveled 250 miles on 10 gallons of gas. How many miles can he travel 15 gallons of gas?

A rectangular poster is twice as long as it is wide? If x represents the width of the poster, which expression can be used to find the perimeter?

What are the two solutions
2x^2- x – 1=0

Simplify: (4x^5 y^(-3) )^2

Simplify: 10√8+2√2

A number cube is rolled and the numbers that come up are recorded. Here are the results: 3, 5, 6, 3, 1, 2, 2, 5, 4, 1, 4, 5, 2, 3, 6, 4, 3. Which of the following is the experimental probability the number rolled is even?
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Algebra Standardized Test Review Who wants to be a Million
Algebra Standardized Test Review Who wants to be a Million
Algebra Standardized Test Review Who wants to be a Million
Algebra Standardized Test Review Who wants to be a Million