# EQAO MC Algebra

Quiz by Math with Monkeys, updated more than 1 year ago
 Created by Math with Monkeys almost 7 years ago
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## Resource summary

### Question 1

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Bob is thinking of a number. He adds 15 to his number and finds the result is four times his number. Suppose x is Bob's number. Which equation is always true?

### Question 2

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Eric and Julie are each asked to solve an equation. Who has correctly solved his or her equation?
• Eric only
• Julie only
• Both Eric and Julie
• Neither of them

### Question 3

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Asha receives \$10 000. Asha keeps half his money and gives the rest to Bertha. Bertha keeps half her money and give the rest to Calvin. Calvin keeps half his money and gives the rest to Dane. Dane keeps half his money and gives the rest to Evanna. Which expression shows the dollar amount of money that Evanna receives from Dane?

### Question 4

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Tim shows the steps he took in simplifying the following algebraic expression. In which step did Tim make an error?
• step 1
• step 2
• step 3
• step 4

### Question 5

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Simplify the following expression: 3x ( 2x + 3 ) - 5x

### Question 6

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Which of the following represents the expression 2 ( 3x + 4) + 3 ( x - 1 ) in simplified form?
• 9x + 3
• 9x + 5
• 8x + 8
• 8x + 11

### Question 7

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Simplify the following expression.

### Question 8

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Sabeeta expands and simplifies the expression below. Which expression is equivalent to the original?

### Question 9

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Each side of a cube is 2y cm long. What is the volume of the cube?

### Question 10

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The expression below can be simplified. Which of the following shows the expression in its simplest form?

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