Express Review Guide: Algebra I by LearningExpress Editors

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Three more than a number 2. Twice the sum of a number and three 3. Three more than twice a number 4. Three more than half a number 5. Half of three more than a number 6. Half of twice a number 7. Jenny was y years old three years ago. (a) How old is she now? (b) How old will she be five years from now? 8. Isabel can do a job in d days. What fraction of the job can she do in one day? 23 24 Express Review Guides: ALGEBRA I PRACTICE LAP 9. John and Mary are 20 miles apart. John is walking toward Mary at a speed of j miles per hour, and Mary is walking toward John at the rate of m miles per hour.

2n is twice n, and 2n + 3 is three more than that. Half of n is ᎏ2nᎏ, and ᎏ2nᎏ + 3 is three more than that. 1 (n + 3) ᎏ or (ᎏ2ᎏ)(n + 3) is half of that. n + 3 is three more than n, and ᎏ 2 2n is twice a number. You are looking for half of 2n, or (ᎏ21ᎏ)2n. Because (ᎏ21ᎏ) ⋅ 2 equals 1, you can express half of twice a number as 1n, or n. (a) Jenny is y + 3 years old now. (b) Five years from now, she will be five years older than y + 3—that is, she will be y + 3 + 5 = y + 8 years old. In one day, Isabel can do ᎏd1ᎏ of the job.

Instead, an open statement has a solution set. The solution set for 4x = 12 contains the number 3. The number 3, when substituted for x in 4x = 12, transforms the open statement 4x = 12 into a statement, 4 ⋅ 3 = 12, which is both closed and true. You would write the solution set for this open statement as {3}. Let’s look at open statements that have more than one number in their solution sets. The equation x2 = 9 has two solutions, 3 and –3. The solution set is written {3,–3}. The solution set for the inequality 2x > 18 is {all numbers greater than 9}.

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