Algebra Tutorials! Home Rational Expressions Graphs of Rational Functions Solve Two-Step Equations Multiply, Dividing; Exponents; Square Roots; and Solving Equations LinearEquations Solving a Quadratic Equation Systems of Linear Equations Introduction Equations and Inequalities Solving 2nd Degree Equations Review Solving Quadratic Equations System of Equations Solving Equations & Inequalities Linear Equations Functions Zeros, and Applications Rational Expressions and Functions Linear equations in two variables Lesson Plan for Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers LinearEquations Solving Equations Radicals and Rational Exponents Solving Linear Equations Systems of Linear Equations Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations Solving Systems of Linear Equations DISTANCE,CIRCLES,AND QUADRATIC EQUATIONS Solving Quadratic Equations Quadratic and Rational Inequalit Applications of Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables Systems of Linear Equations Test Description for RATIONAL EX Exponential and Logarithmic Equations Systems of Linear Equations: Cramer's Rule Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations Literal Equations & Formula Equations and Inequalities with Absolute Value Rational Expressions SOLVING LINEAR AND QUADRATIC EQUATIONS Steepest Descent for Solving Linear Equations The Quadratic Equation Linear equations in two variables
Try the Free Math Solver or Scroll down to Resources!

 Depdendent Variable

 Number of equations to solve: 23456789
 Equ. #1:
 Equ. #2:

 Equ. #3:

 Equ. #4:

 Equ. #5:

 Equ. #6:

 Equ. #7:

 Equ. #8:

 Equ. #9:

 Solve for:

 Dependent Variable

 Number of inequalities to solve: 23456789
 Ineq. #1:
 Ineq. #2:

 Ineq. #3:

 Ineq. #4:

 Ineq. #5:

 Ineq. #6:

 Ineq. #7:

 Ineq. #8:

 Ineq. #9:

 Solve for:

 Please use this form if you would like to have this math solver on your website, free of charge. Name: Email: Your Website: Msg:

# Solving Equations

Honors Geometry – This packet is due on the first day of class.
There will be a quiz on the first day of class on this material. If you have any questions as you work on this packet, please email the Geometry Honors lead teacher,(I may not answer right away in July). This packet is worth 30 points (same as quiz).

A. Simplify 3. -52
4. (-5) 2
5. (2+3) • 4 – 5
6. 2 + 3 • 4 – 5
7. 2 • 3(4 – 5)
8. 2 + 6 ÷ 3 • 2

Solve each equation and inequality for X:

9. 10x = 5
10. 2x – 1 = 3x + 4
11. 2x + 1 = 2x + 3
12. 13. 4x = 3(4x – 3)
14. 2x + 4 = 2(x + 2)
15. 7x – (x – 4) = 28
16. 7x = 0
17. 2(x + 5) – 4(x – 5) = 0
18. x + 5 > 10
19. x – 7 > 8 – 2x
20. 6 – x > 2
21. x2 – 25 = 0
22. 3x2 + 3x – 18 = 0
23. x2 + 15 = - 8x
24. 14x2 – 7x = 0
25. (2x – 5)(x + 4) = 0

Using exponents, perform indicated operations and simplify: Solve each equation for y, then determine the slope and the y-intercept:

36. 2y = 2x – 4
37. 7y = 14
38. 3x – 5y = 15

Find the slope and y-intercept of each:

39. 40. y = 2x - 4

41. Find the slope of the line contain the points (-2, 4) and (5, 3)

42. Evaluate the expression x2 - 2x + 5 when x = -3

B. Fill in each blank

1. The origin is the point whose coordinates are _________________.
2. The coefficient in -7x2 is _____________.
3. The exponent in -7x2 is _____________.
4. The base in 2(x + y)2 is _____________.
5. A polynomial of one term is called a ___________________.
6. A polynomial of two terms is called a ___________________.
7. A polynomial of three terms is called a ___________________.
8. An example of a perfect square trinomial is ______________________.
9. An example of the difference of two squares is ___________________.
10. The solution of the equation x + 2 = x + 3 is _____________________.
11. If a system of equations graph as two parallel lines, the solution is __________________.
12. If two equation in a system graph as the same line, the solutions are _________________
and there are ___________ solutions.
13. If two equation in a system graph to form two intersecting lines which intersect at the
point (1, -5), the solution is _________________ and there is/are _________ solution(s).
14. The slope of a vertical line is _____________________.
15. The slope of a horizontal line is ___________________.
16. The radicand in is _________________.
17. The coefficient in is ______________.

C. Practice with multiple choice questions

18. Solve: 3x2 + 5x – 2 = 0
a. x = 1 or x = -2
b. x = -1/3 or x = -2
c. x = 1/3 or x = -2

19. Choose the correct graph of 7x – 3(x+ 5) < -3 20. Choose the system for which (5, -1) is the solution:

a. x = -1
y = 5

b. x + 2y = 9
y = -1

c. x – y = 6
x + y = 4

d. 2x + y = 9
x – 3y = 5

21. Multiply: (7x2)(-3x)

a. -10x
b. -21x3
c. -21x4
d. 73(-3) x3 x

22. Simplify: (-2x3) 2

a. 4x6
b. -2x6
c. 4x5
d. -4x6

23. Multiply: (2x – 3)(x + 7)

a. 2x2 - 21
b. 13x – 21
c. 2x2 + 11x – 21
d. 2x2 – 11x + 21

24. Factor completely: 16y - y3

a. y(16 – y2)
b. y(8 - y)(8 + y)
c. y(4 - y)(4 + y)

25. Find the value of a2bc3 when a = -1 , b = 2 , c = -3

a. 54
b. -18
c. 18
d. -54

26. Find the value of 24 ÷ 8 • 3

a. 9
b. 1
c. 1/9
d. 6

27. Use A = ½h(b + c) to find A when h = 8 , b = 7 , and c = -3

a. 20
b. 16
c. 40
d. 12½

28. Solve: x – 2(9 – x) = 3

a. x = -10½
b. x = 0
c. x = -13
d. x = 7

29. The length of a rectangle is 12 meters more than its width. Its perimeter is 48 meters.
Find the dimensions of the rectangle.

a. L = 30m w = 18m
b. L = 18m w = 6m
c. L = 30m w = 12m

30. Give the slope of the line containing points (-3, 2) and (6, -5)

a. -1
b. 1
c. -7/9
d. -9/7