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Integers Angles Ratios Proportions Equations
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-6 + 7
Acute Angle
An angle greater than 0 degrees but less than 90 degrees
1:2
If there are 6 boys and 3 girls, what is the ratio of girls to boys in lowest form?
162 miles
Blake is able to get 27 miles on 1 tank of gas. How many miles can Blake travel on 6 tanks of gas?
n = 5
Solve for n. 5n + 35 = 60
-17
(−10) + (−7)
110 degrees
A triangle has angles measuring 30 degrees and 40 degrees. What is the measure of the third angle?
4:1
Simplify: 16:4
72 toys
A toy company can produce 9 toys in 3 hours. How many toys can they produce in 24 hours?
n = 20
Solve for n. 2n + 6 = 46
4
2 − (−2)
Complementary Angles
Angles that adding up to a total of 90°
12:5
Simplify: 144:60
26 kilometers.
Nicole cycled a total of 16 kilometers by making 8 trips to work. After 13 trips to work, how many kilometers will Nicole have cycled in total?
n = -36
Solve for n. 83 = -3n - 25
39
(−1 ) − (−40)
Supplementary Angles
Angles that adding up to a total of 180°
x = 30
Solve for x to make these proportional: 5/6 = x/36
$52.50
You paid $28.00 for 8 gallons of gasoline. How much would you pay for 15 gallons of gasoline?
n = 63
Solve for n. (n/3) - 17 = 4
3
2 − (−9 ) − 8
Alternate Interior Angles are a pair of angles on the inner side of each of those two lines but on opposite sides of the transversal.
What are Alternate interior angles?
Pay rate = $7/hour In a 40-hour week Bill would have earned $280.
Last week Bill earned $210 for a 30-hour week. What was his pay rate? What would he have earned for a 40-hour week?
45 quizzes
Steve took a total of 10 quizzes over the course of 2 weeks. After attending 9 weeks of school this quarter, how many quizzes will Steve have taken in total?
n = 0.25
Solve for n. 3.3n − 3 = 15 −1.2n
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Name as many vocabulary words that Mr. Bell/Mr. Lis taught in Terms I, II and III WITHOUT the help of your book!

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