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5 Matching questions
 consecutive integers
 solve an equation
 percent of decrease
 mixture problem
 extremes
 a problems in which two or more parts are combined into a whole.
 b in the ratoin a/b = c/d, a and d are the extremes.
 c the process of finding all values of the variable that make the equation a true statement.
 d the ratio of the amount of decrease to the previous amount, expressed as a percent.
 e integers in counting order.
5 Multiple choice questions
 choosing a variable to represent one of the unspecified numbers and using it to write expressions for other unspecified numbers.
 the sum of the product of the number of units and the value per unit divided by the sum of the numbers of units, represented by M.
 the ratio of 2 measurements having different untis of measure.
 similar to additive property of equality there is subtraction property of equality that mat be used to solve equations.
 to solve equations with more than one operation.
5 True/False questions

percent of increase → the ratio of an amount of increase to the previous amount, expressed as a percent.

addition property of equality → if the equation is true and each side is divided by the same nonzero number, the resulting equatioin is true.

proportion → a comparison of 2 numbers by division.

work backward → is one of the many problem solving strategies that you can use.

uniform motion problem → problems in which two or more parts are combined into a whole.