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Lesson 9.4: Drawing Diagrams to Represent Equations



 1. 

Select the equation that is represented by the diagram.

                mc001-1.jpg
a.
d + 4 = 27
b.
3(d + 4) = 27
c.
d + 4 = 3 mc001-2.jpg 27
d.
mc001-3.jpg = 27
 

 2. 

Use the diagram in question 1 to solve the equation.
a.
5
b.
12
c.
9
d.
23
 

 3. 

Select the equation that is represented by the diagram.
            mc003-1.jpg
a.
mc003-2.jpg
c.
mc003-4.jpg
b.
mc003-3.jpg
d.
mc003-5.jpg
 

 4. 

Use the diagram from question 3 to solve the equation.
a.
-5
b.
-100
c.
-175
d.
10
 

 5. 

Select the correct solution.
     3x mc005-1.jpg 2 = y, when y = 16
a.
-5
b.
2
c.
6
d.
-7
 

 6. 

Select the correct solution.
     4(x + 7) = y, when y = mc006-1.jpg36
a.
12
b.
-16
c.
-7
d.
19
 

 7. 

Select the correct solution.
     mc007-1.jpg, when y = -17
a.
-96
b.
-62
c.
84
d.
28
 

 8. 

Select the correct solution.
     mc008-1.jpg, when y = -12
a.
21
b.
-32
c.
18
d.
-28
 

 9. 

Select the correct solution.
     5x + 11 = y, when y = 56
a.
-5
b.
9
c.
1
d.
-12
 

 10. 

Select the correct solution.
     8(x mc010-1.jpg 2) = y, when y = -56
a.
-5
b.
12
c.
-8
d.
7
 



 
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