This is a 4 page document, excellent for review or assessment.
There are eleven problems in all (some problems have more than one question). The problems are a mixture of writing equations, solving algebraic equations, finding patterns/rules, and multi-step equations.
Each problem is enclosed in a box so students can easily show their work.
Examples from the document:
1. Mary buys 4 movie tickets for n dollars each. Then she buys a snack for $5. How much money will she spend if n = $8?
2. Find the value of n.
(12 ÷ 3) + (n + 3) = 12
3. Ted walks 3 dogs on odd number dates and 5 dogs on even number dates. Starting with February 1st, how many dogs will Ted have walked by the end of February 5th?
4. Each blue bowl contains 7 marbles and each red bowl contains 10 marbles. How many marbles are in 6 blue bowls and 8 red bowls? Write an equation and solve.
5. Draw an input/output table for this equation: r ÷ 3 = s.
6. Joe’s mom gives him $5 a week for helping her clean the house. He also earns $10 for each lawn he mows in his neighborhood. Use the function table to find out how much he would earn for mowing 1, 2, and 3 lawns.