Pre-Algebra

4.)Karen’s ice cream shop has 4 more than 2 times as many flavors as Jim’s ice cream shop. Together they have 34 flavors. Solve the equation x + 2x + 4 = 34 to find the number of flavors at Karen’s ice cream shop.

a)10 flavors
b)24 flavors
c)14 flavors
d)20 flavors

6.)Jenny rented a car for $119.00 plus $0.23 per mile. The total bill at the end of his trip was $177.88. Use the equation 119 + 0.23x = 177.88 to find the number of miles he drove.

a)1,291 miles
b)59 miles
c)256 miles
d)14 miles

7.)Sheila leaves on a trip driving at a steady rate of 30 miles per hour. Her sister Allison leaves from the same location traveling to the same destination 1 hour later, driving at a steady rate of 45 miles per hour. How long after Allison leaves home will she catch up to Sheila?

a)5 hours
b)4 hours
c)3 hours
d)2 hours

10.)Jordan invested $1,000.00 in a savings account. The interest rate is 6% per year. Find the simple interest earned in 4 years. Then find the total of principal plus interest.

a)$24,000.00; $25,000.00
b)$60.00; $1,060.00
c)$262.48; $1,262.48
d)$240.00; $1,240.00

11.)You deposit $500.00 in an account that earns 5% compounded annually (once per year). What is the balance in your account after 5 years? Round your answer to the nearest cent.

a)$2,625.00
b)$625.00
c)$886.89
d)$638.14

12.)The equation i = 0.3937c gives the relationship between i inches and c centimeters. Express 16 centimeters in inches. Round your answer to the nearest thousandth.

a)6.299 inches
b)0.025 inches
c)62.992 inches
d)5.906 inches

13.)A field is to be fertilized at a cost of $0.08 per square yard. The rectangular part of the field is 95 yards long and the diameter of each semicircle is 49 yards. Find the cost of fertilizing the field. Use 3.14 for pi.

a)$3,923.87
b)$420.42
c)$975.53
d)$523.18

14.) Combine like terms.(-5a^2+11a-4)+(6a^2-4a-2)
a)a^2+7a-6
b)11a^2+15a-2
c) a^2-7a-6
d)11a^2+7a+7

*Please show work and help me I have less than 24 hours to complete. Please help me as soon as possible I am stuck on these questions and my grade is at risk if I past this assignment than I get a passing grade. Please help me as soon as possible I will be checking in as much as I can*

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  1. If you don't know how to solve most of these problems, then you're not ready for algebra. I recommend you take pre-algebra again to learn how to do these problems.

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