

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.


3.

Select the equation that matches the sentence.
Twentyseven 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.


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.


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.


9.

Use the equation from question 7 to determine how many weeks it will take before
Paula has $727 left in her account.


10.

Select the correct solution to the equation.
