Name:    Lesson 6: Solving Equations Using Models and Drawings

1.

Select the equation that matches the sentence.

Six times a number is 90.
 a. 6 + n = 90 b. 6n = 90 c. 6 n = 90 d.

2.

Select the solution to the equation from question 1.
 a. 15 b. 84 c. 540 d. 126

3.

Select the equation that matches the sentence.

Twenty-seven more than a number is 85.
 a. 27 n = 85 b. c. 27n = 85 d. 27 + n = 85

4.

Select the solution to the equation from question 3.
 a. 72 b. 63 c. 58 d. 68

5.

Select the equation that matches the sentence.

When you subtract 4 from eight times a number the result is 52.
 a. 8n + 4 = 52 b. 8n 4 = 52 c. 4n + 8 = 52 d. 4n 8 = 52

6.

Select the solution to the equation from question 5.
 a. 7 b. 5 c. 8 d. 6

7.

Paula has \$852 in a bank account. Every week she withdraws \$5. Select the linear relation that shows the amount of money, A, in Paula’s account after w weeks.
 a. A = 5w 852 c. A = 852 + 5w b. 852 = A + 5w d. A = 852 5w

8.

Use the equation from question 7 to determine how much money Paula will have in her account after 12 weeks.
 a. \$927 b. \$279 c. \$792 d. \$729

9.

Use the equation from question 7 to determine how many weeks it will take before Paula has \$727 left in her account.
 a. 35 b. 25 c. 15 d. 45

10.

Select the correct solution to the equation.
 a. 8 b. 6 c. 4 d. 7