Posted by Delilah on Wednesday, January 2, 2013 at 8:33pm.
1.
–9p – 17 = 10 (1 point)
–3
16
18
–16
2.
w over four – 4 = 3 (1 point)
–4
28
3
11
3.
d over three+ 10 = 7 (1 point)
51
20
0
–9
4.
–2(m – 30) = –6m (1 point)
–15
–13
–8
8
5.
2.9n + 1.7 = 3.5 + 2.3n (1 point)
3
–3
.3
1
Simplify the expression.
6.
–6 – 7(c + 10) (1 point)
64 – 7c
–76 – 7c
4 – 13c
–16 – 13c
7.
2x + 3(x – 2) – 3(x – 6) (1 point)
2x + 12
2x – 8
8x – 24
2x – 24
Solve the inequality.
8.
c + 6 < –20 (1 point)
c < –26
c < –14
c < 26
c < 14
9.
d over thirteen ≥ –3 (1 point)
d ≥ –16
d ≥ 39
d ≥ 10
d ≥ –39
10.
–3p > –48 (1 point)
p < 16
p > –51
p < –16
p > 16
My answers:
1. 3
2. 28
3. 9
4. 15
5. 3
6. ????
7. ?????
8. c < –26
9. d ≥ –39
10. p < –16

7th grade math Ms. Sue  Ms. Sue, Wednesday, January 2, 2013 at 8:45pm
The first five are right.
6.
–6 – 7(c + 10)
6  7c  70
7c  76
You try number 7.
I'm not sure about 8  10 as I don't remember inequalities from over 60 years ago.

7th grade math Ms. Sue  ?, Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 7:58pm
Did you get them all right? what was #7?

7th grade math Ms. Sue  alex, Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 10:21am
1a
2b
3c
4d
5a
6c
7b
8a
9a
10b
11d
12c
13b
14c
15d
16b
17c
18c
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