1. Fill out the following check register given the following information.Be sure to fill out all relevant information. If you have an overdraft make sure to charge yourself 35.00 and put it in the Payment portion.

a)On July 1st ,the opening balance is \$1750

b)On July 2nd, you write a check (#25) to Pt Loma HS for \$750.

c)On July 3rd, you withdraw \$100 from the ATM.

d)On July 5th, you get a paycheck for \$300

e)On July 8th, you have to pay Rusty’s Garage \$1450 to have your car fixed.

f)On July 15th, you have to pay your rent, \$1200.

Number / Date / Transaction / Payment / Deposit / Balance

a)Convert the following decimals to a fraction in the lowest terms.

b)______

1. Subtract the following fraction. Leave your answer in the lowest terms.
1. Multiply the following fraction. Leave your answer in the lowest terms.
1. Divide the following fraction. Leave your answer in the lowest terms.

-4

1. Here is a number trick:

a)Pick a number

b)Multiply by 4

d)Divide by2

e)Subtract 10

A)What number did you get?______

B)What is the trick?______

C)Prove that the trick will work for any number.

1. List the backtracking steps and solve the two equations.

a) b)

Steps Solving Steps Solving

1. Solve the equation using the line method.
1. Solve using any method .
1. Solve and classify as one solution, no solution or all real numbers as solutions.
2. b.
1. Look at the following three examples of students’ work and determine which student(s) did the work incorrectly and state where their mistake was.

Joey’s Work

/ Melanie’s Work

/ Tony’s Work

1. While fishing, Bob collected four items (A,B,C,D)from the ocean. Object A weighs 10 pounds more than Object B. Object B is twice the weight of Object C. Object C is 1/3rd the weight of Object D. If the combined weight of the three objects is 730 pounds, what is the weight of each object?

a)Mark the text.

b)Find the weight of

Object A______

Object B______

Object C______

Object D______

1. Solve for the given variables:

a), solve for C. b) , solve for k.

1. Amy has dimes and quarters. She has a total of \$3.95. Answer the following questions:

a)Can Amy have 16 dimes and 10 quarters? Explain.

b)Can Amy have 17 dimes and 9 quarters? Explain.

c)If Amy found \$0.45 cents more, how many dimes and quarters would she have in total?