Unit #1 Vocabulary Test
  • 1. The statement a (b + c) = ab + ac is an example of the
A) associative property
B) multiplication property of equality
C) distributive property
D) commutative property
  • 2. A term without a variable; a number by itself
A) coefficient
B) constant
C) variable
D) term
  • 3. The expression 3x + 8 + 4x + 2x has three
A) like terms
B) terms
  • 4. An algebraic expression is in simplest form IF it has NO parentheses and NO
A) like terms
B) solutions
C) constants
  • 5. In the expression x + 4, you would undo the addition of 4 by subtracting 4. This is an example of
A) inverse operations
B) simplest form
C) distributing
  • 6. The equations x +5 = 9 and x = 4 are equivalent equations because they have the same
A) variable
B) solution
  • 7. The number in front of the variable is the
A) constant
B) coefficient
  • 8. A two step equation contains two
A) like terms
B) operations
  • 9. When using the distributive property, you make 2
A) equivalent expressions
B) terms
  • 10. An expression is a problem, while an equation has a
A) solution
B) constant
  • 11. The expression 5y + 2x - 3z + 7 has 4...
A) like terms
B) terms
C) coefficients
D) constants
  • 12. The inverse operation of division is
A) addition
B) multiplication
C) subtraction
D) division
  • 13. 3y + 7 = 3y + 9 has a solution of:
A) Infinite Solutions
B) No Solution
C) One Solution
  • 14. 5a - 17 = 2a + 4 has a solution of:
A) Infinite Solutions
B) One solution
C) No Solution
  • 15. 89k - 2 = 89k - 2 has a solution of:
A) One Solution
B) No Solution
C) Infinite Solution
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