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100

6 + m = 18

m = 12

100

3t = 21

t = 7

100

Jason has \$4 more than Alex. Jason has \$20. Write and equation and solve to figure out how much money Alex has.

A + 4 = 20

A = 16

100

k > 15

Open circle on 15, shaded to the right.

100

Molly is older than 11 years old.

m > 11

200

w - 13 = 4

w = 17

200

c/5 = 6

c = 30

200

In 9 years, John will be 35 years old. Write and solve an equation to determine how old he is now.

J + 9 = 35

J = 26

200

y ≤ 7

Closed circle on 7, shaded to the left.

200

The ticket (t) costs at least \$25

t ≥ 25

300

28 = g + 19

g = 9

300

6x = 72

x = 12

300

Kalie spent \$20 on some DVDs. If each DVD cost \$4, how many DVD's did she buy? Write and solve an equation.

4d = 20

D = 5

300

v > -3

Open circle on -3, shaded to the right.

300

Bobby will run a minimum of 9 miles (m)

m ≥ 9

400

56 = s - 38

s = 94

400

y/9 = 8

y = 72

400

Last Friday Jaidee had \$29. Over the weekend, she received some more money from washing cars. She now has \$37. How much money did she receive from washing cars? Write and solve an equation.

M + 29 = 37

M = \$8

400

9 > g

Open circle on 9, shaded to the left.

400

You must score (s) at least an 85 to pass

s  ≥  85

500

-15 + k = 3

k = 18

500

32/a = 8

a = 4

500

Amy and six of her friends went to a restaurant. They split the bill evenly. They paid \$12 each. How much was the total bill. Write and solve an equation.

b/7 = 12

b = \$84

500

w + 7 ≥ 18

Closed circle on 11, shaded to the right.

500

There will be no more than 16 people (p) at the party

p ≤ 16

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