twice the quotient of a number divided by 6. =__________________ Write an algebraic expression for each word phase. Use the letter symbols given.

Applied Math

Write an algebraic expression for each phrase. Do not use symbols of arithmetic for multination or division. Use n for unknown number.

1. 16 less than a number. =_________________

2. one-half the product of 7 and a number. =____________________

3. twice the quotient of a number divided by 6. =__________________

Write an algebraic expression for each word phase. Use the letter symbols given.

28, p times 3, minus 5. =__________________

1. 5 more than the product of n and 7. =________________

2. 2 times y, divided by a plus 6. =__________________

Write a complete open sentence.

1. The distance D is the product of the time T and the rate R. =__________________

2. 6 times r, divided by 7, is the same as two- thirds of s. =____________________

Write an equation for each word statement.

1. 8 taken from 4 times a number equals 64. =__________________

2. One-quarter of a number added to 6 times the number is 53. =_____________________

3. Sam weighs 146 pounds, which is 8 pounds more than twice as much as Pete.

Write an equation to find Pete’s weight. =_____________________________

36 Susan paid x dollars for a dress. Sally bought a dress for \$58, which was twice what Susan paid. Write an equation to find how much Susan paid. =_________________________

Finding the missing number that will make each expression a true proportion. Use the equivalent ratio method.

1. 4/5 =? / 4

2. ?/60 = 3/12

3. 12/13 = 24/?

4. 3:13 + ? :39

5. ?:48 = 5:12

6. 8:9 = 56: ?

Finding the missing number. Use the proportion method.

1. 3/11 = ? / 2,695

2. 5/9 = 1,315/?

3. 6/? = 1,326/1,547

4. 4: ? = 920: 2,070

5. 7: 15 = ? : 1,650

6. 7:12 = 2,275 : ?

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multination or division. Use n for unknown number.

1. 16 less than a number. =_________________

2. one-half the product of 7 and a number. =____________________

3. twice the quotient of a number divided by 6. =__________________

Write an algebraic expression for each word phase. Use the letter symbols given.

28, p times 3, minus 5. =__________________

1. 5 more than the product of n and 7. =________________

2. 2 times y, divided by a plus 6. =__________________

Write a complete open sentence.

1. The distance D is the product of the time T and the rate R. =__________________

2. 6 times r, divided by 7, is the same as two- thirds of s. =____________________

Write an equation for each word statement.

1. 8 taken from 4 times a number equals 64. =__________________

2. One-quarter of a number added to 6 times the number is 53. =_____________________

3. Sam weighs 146 pounds, which is 8 pounds more than twice as much as Pete.

Write an equation to find Pete’s weight. =_____________________________

36 Susan paid x dollars for a dress. Sally bought a dress for \$58, which was twice what Susan

paid. Write an equation to find how much Susan paid. =_________________________