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**Maes is**marvelous Clark is cool Miller is Majestic Crippen is cute Marshall is magical 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500**Identify the independent variable, dependent variable and**constant of proportionality in the following equation: Y=22.5X**X= independent variableY= dependent variable 22.5= constant**of proportionality**Use the double line graph , to solve how far we will travel**in 45 minutes? Distance -------------l-------------------l------------ 0 60 miles Time -------------l------------------l------------- 0 45 min 90 min**Which is the correct usage of the distributive property?**711 +5427 1( 711 + 5427) 9( 79+ 603) 9(702+5416)**Ann is making bows for Morgan’s hair. If she has 9 feet**of ribbon, and each bow requires 1 ½ feet of ribbon. How many bows can she make Morgan?**The math teachers decided to drag race. If Marshall is**going 300 miles in 5 hours, Maes is going 360 in 6 hours, Miller travels 420 miles in 7 hours and Clark travels 130 miles in 2 hours, who’s rate is the fastest?**Marshall 300/5= 60 mphMaes 360/6= 60 mphMiller 420/7= 60**mphClark 130/2= 65mph**Write an equation that represent the line on the graph**below.**Mrs. Clark and her 8 friends each road their skateboards for**m minutes. Write 2 number sentences which illustrates this idea.**Solve: 92-7(3*2)+3+4.5**order of operations dance**92-7(3*2)+3-4.592-796)+3-4.592-42+3-4.550+3-4.55.-4.548.5**middle school students dance to order of operations**If Mrs. Miller rewards her students for standing quietly in**line with the following parameters, who will be the first child to win everything? Every second child gets a free homework pass, every 3 child gets 10 points added on their quiz and everything 5 student gets to be teacher for the day?**2: 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26,28,303:**3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27,305: 5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40**Hunter is having a birthday party. He would like the**following in each gift bag: an avenger pencil, avenger eraser and avengers stickers. If he has 28 stickers, 70 erasers and 42 pencils. How many friends will get gift bags?**If Mrs. Maes buys 21 oranges for $8.40 what is the unit rate**for an orange?”**X=27 since 5*9=45 since 3*9=27y=75 since 3*15=45 and 5*15=75****Write an equation to illustrate the following problem and**solve.Mrs. CrippenandMrs. Marshall love Reese’s peanut cups. Mrs. Crippen bought 11 lbs more than Mrs. Marshall. If there total was 26.3 pounds of Reese cups, how many pounds did Mrs. Marshall buy?**C=CrippenM=MarshallM+C= 26.3M+ M +11= 26.32M +**11=26.3-11=-112M=15.3/2=/2M=7.65 poundsC=18.65 pounds**Inverse Operations2x-10=18+10=+102x=28divide by 2 on each**sidex=14**If there are 14 lemons for every 7 cups of water and every**½ of sugar needed for lemonade. How much of each item would we need if we quadrupled the recipe?**What is the correct equation for this table?A. y=2xb.**y=1/5xc. y=x+8**Which ordered pair does NOT represent the following**equation?Y=.25X (4,1) (16,4) (25,5) (36,9)**x+ 10.5 > 15 -10.5 > -10.5x > 4.5**-4.5 0 4.5**Explain to your classmates the meaning of the following**inequality:.0012 < 2/100

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