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

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Evaluate Algebraic Expressions.
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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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