Algebra

1.) Use the distributive Property to simplify the expression .
(-1)(4 - c)
A. 4 - c
B. -4 + c
C. 4 + c
D.-4 - c

2.)Use the distributive Property to simplify the expression
4(2x - 4)
A.8x + 4
B.8x - 4
C.8x - 16
D.4x - 16

3.) Use the distributive Property to simplify the expression
(10 + 4y) 1/2
A. 5 + 2y
B. 20 + 8y
C. 5 + 4y
D. 10 +2y

4.) To which subsets of real numbers does the number - 22 belong ? Choose all that apply (2 points)

A.Whole numbers
B.Rational numbers
C. Integers
D. Irrational numbers
E. Natural numbers

5.)What is an algebraic expression for the following word phrase: "6 times the difference of b and p" ?

A. 6b - p
B. 6(b - p)
C. 6 - bp
D. 6bp

6.)What is the simplified form of the expression ?

5(14 - 2)^2
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2

A. 60
B. 30
C. 72
D. 360

7.) Evaluate u + xy, if u = 18, x = 10, and y = 8

A.188
B.36
C.98
D.224

8. A square field has an area of 479 ft^2 . What is the approximate length of a side of the field ? Give your answer to the nearest foot . Explain your response .

9. Simplify the expression (7 + 5) + 4 x 13 - 2 Show work .

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  1. This looks like a test a teacher would give his/her students on the first day of a basic algebra course to evaluate if the student is ready to continue. Anything less than 90% should disqualify the student. I would not undermine the teacher's effort by doing the student's work for them.

    I will check your answers if you state them.

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