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This game is for grade 12 student to study math game

Created Date 08.19.20
Last Updated 08.20.20
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Topics of this game:
  • Which of the following expressions is equivalent to 396 * 2
  • Solve the linear equation 0.2 ( 10x - 20 ) = x-3
  • The formula for the perimeter of a rectangle is given by P = 2 l + 2w ,where l is the length and w is the width. Assume the perimeter of a rectangular plot of land is 480 ft. The length is twice the width. Find the length of the rectangular plot of land.
  • A car dealership uses the linear model Y = -1100x + 25000 to predict the depreciation of car values as time progresses. If x is how old the vehicle is in years and Y is the current value of the vehicle, what will the value of the vehicle be 5 years after purchase?
  • Factor the following polynomial by grouping. 15ab-6b+10a-4
  • The height of a cannon ball, in feet, shot from a pirate ship is given by the equation h= - 0.03x^2 + 2.84 x +20, where x is given in seconds. After how many seconds does the cannon ball splash into the water?
  • Solve the following absolute value equation. | 2x + 11 | = 7
  • Bob wants to plant a 7 foot by 10 foot garden with a uniform border of petunias around the outside and still have 28 square feet to plant tomatoes and roses in the middle. How wide should the border of petunias be?
  • Solve the following quadratic equation by the square root property. (2x-1)^2 =9
  • Decide whether the following relation defines a function. {(0,1),(1,2),(-1,0),(2,-3),(3,-2)}