Key Concepts Quiz 10.2
Key Concepts Quiz 10.2
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Use the document below to help answer questions 1 and 2:

Solving Equations With Multiple Terms Worked Example (22.0K)

 1 Solve for x: –x + 2 = –3x + 10. A) x = 2 B) x = 3 C) x = 4 D) x = 5 2 Solve for y: 5 – 3y = –11 + y. A) y = –4 B) y = –2 C) y = 2 D) y = 4

Use the document below to help answer questions 3 and 4:

Solving Equations Involving Brackets Worked Example (23.0K)

 3 Solve for a: 3(a – 1) = 2(a + 2). A) a = 7 B) a = 5 C) a = –5 D) a = –7 4 Solve for q: –4(2q – 1) = 3(q – 6). A) q = –2 B) q = –1 C) q = 1 D) q = 2 5 Use substitution to check whether any of these are solutions for 2(3u + 1) = –5(3 – u). Checking Solutions to Equations Worked Example (23.0K) A) u = –17 B) u = –1 C) u = 1 D) u = 17

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