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EXAM

SEVENTH GRADE
SUBJECT:
MATH

STUDENT: _______________________________ DATE: __________


PART I: READ THE INFORMATION AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS
1) The line graph below shows the growth of Terrells tomato plant for 10 days.
How tall was the tomato plant on day 7?

2) The table below shows the lowest recorded temperatures, in degrees


Fahrenheit (), in New York each month for four months. Which line graph
correctly displays the data?

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3) Marcus buys three notebooks for school. Each notebook is the same price.
Marcus uses a coupon that is worth $2 off his total purchase. He pays a total
of $7 with the coupon. Which equation can be used to find the cost of one
notebook, ?

In the questions 4) to 6) match each expression with an equivalent verbal


statement

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In 7) and 8) solve and graph the solution to each inequality. (Remember to flip
the sign if you multiply or divide by a neg.)

7)

8)
In 9) and 10) solve the given equation
9)

10)
11) Hector spent $17 for a tube of paint and 5 brushes. The tube of paint cost
$8. Which equation can be used to find b, the cost of each brush?

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PART II: OPEN QUESTIONS


12) A new student comes into your class. You know that their height is less
than 130 cm. Write an inequality statement showing their height. Draw a
graph showing this inequality.

13) A second new student joins your class. Their height is more than 85 cm
but no more than 150 cm. Write two inequality statements showing the

height of the second new student. Draw a graph showing these inequalities.
14) Caitlyn did 6/7 of the problems on her math quiz correctly and four
incorrectly. She did all the problems. How many were there? (Write an
equation and solve it)

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15)

Read the puzzle

'Here lies Diophantus,' the wonder behold.


Through art algebraic, the stone tells how old:
'God gave him his boyhood one-sixth of his life,
One twelfth more as youth while whiskers grew rife;
And then yet one-seventh ere marriage begun;
In five years there came a bouncing new son.
Alas, the dear child of master and sage
After attaining half the measure of his father's life chill fate took him.
After consoling his fate by the science of numbers for four years, he ended his life.'
According to this puzzle write and solve the equation.

16) Geri spent Friday, Saturday, and Sunday selling a total of 24 magazine
orders for her school fundraiser. The amounts she sold respectively, on the
three days were consecutive even integers. How many did she sell on each
day? (Write and equation and solve it)

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17)

Solve the next inequalities and graph de solution set


a. ( )( + ) >
+
b.
<

()(+)

c.

d. ( )( )( )( )

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