11/20 Two Step Equations

- 1. Copy on scratch paper and show all steps to find the value of the variable. (1/2) (4t + 6) = 7
- 2. Copy on scratch paper and show all steps to find the value of the variable. -2 (x - 5) + 7x = -5
- 3. Copy on scratch paper and show all steps to find the value of the variable. 24x + 10 = 154
- 4. Copy on scratch paper and show all steps to find the value of the variable. 3(f + 2) = -15
- 5. Copy on scratch paper and show all steps to find the value of the variable. x - (2x + 3) = 6
- 6. You may use your worksheet to interpret: Mark is Christmas shopping at the mall and wants to treat his family to ice cream. Each cone costs $3.75. He also wants to get a box of fresh donuts for $6.35. Mark spent a total of $21.35, how many family members was he shopping with?
- 7. You may use your worksheet to interpret: Blake is saving money to buy his Dad a new dvd player for $120. He already has $48 saved. He plans on saving an average of $24 a week. How many weeks will it take Blake to save enough for the dvd player?
- 8. You may use your worksheet to interpret: You are at Starbucks and decide to join the “pay it forward” movement. Every pumpkin latte costs $3.25 and it costs $2.25 to get a pastry. You buy a pastry and purchase several pumpkin lattes for the people in line behind you. You spend $25. How many pumpkin lattes did you “pay it forward”?
- 9. You may use your worksheet to interpret: Madison County Middle school is sponsoring a new fundraiser for 2013. Each house grade level decorates a real tree that will be auctioned off as a fundraiser. Mr. Colquitt found a local company that will deliver the trees with stands for a flat fee of $45, plus $15 a tree. If the school pays $270 how many trees did Mr. Colquitt order?
- 10. You may use your worksheet to interpret: Dimitri wants to donate some of his allowance to provide meals for firemen during the holidays (the holidays are a REALLY busy time for firefighters). He has a choice of two charities. One (a) will match donations equally (which doubles the donation). Another charity (b) will donate $0.50 on the dollar, plus fifteen dollars for all donations $30 or more. Which deal would get the most amount of money donated if Dimitri has $50
A) b B) a |

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