# Variables And Algebraic Expressions (chapter 1-3) Question Preview (ID: 32218)

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Evaluate n + 5 for n = 17
a) 22
b) 14
c) 5
d) 16

Evaluate 5y - 1 for y = 3
a) 106
b) 30
c) 14
d) 24

2y - z for y = 21 and z =19
a) 12
b) 23
c) 11
d) 24

The expression y + 45 gives the year when a person will be 45 years old, where y is the year of birth. When will a person born in 1992 be 45 years old?
a) 2013
b) 2035
c) 2047
d) 2037

Sam is 5 feet tall. The expression 0.5m  60 can be used to calculate his height in inches if he grows an average of 0.5 inch each month. How tall will Sam be in 6 months?
a) 56 inches
b) 5 feet 6 inches
c) 63 inches
d) 53 inches

The expression 1,587v gives the number of pounds of waste produced per person in the United States in v years. How many pounds of waste per person is produced in the United States in 6 years?
a) 1,581 pounds
b) 1,593 pounds
c) 9,348 pounds
d) 9,522 pounds

Evaluate: 108 - 12j + j for j = 9
a) 12
b) 9
c) 18
d) 10

c - 9 for c = 11
a) 2
b) 20
c) 5
d) 11

7p - 2t + 3 for p =6 and t = 1
a) 2
b) 42
c) 13
d) 31

The expression \$1.25p  \$3.50 can be used to calculate the total charge for faxing p pages at a business services store. How much would it cost to fax 8 pages?
a) \$12.50
b) \$4.75
c) \$13.50
d) \$10.00

5a - 3b + 5 for a = 4 and b =3
a) 20
b) 22
c) 16
d) 11

The winner of the 1911 Indianapolis 500 auto race drove at a speed of about s  56 mi/h, where s is the 2001 winning speed of about 131 mi/h. What was the approximate winning speed in 1911?
a) 75 mi/h
b) 186 mi/h
c) 85 mi/h
d) 187 mi/h

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