1.Solve the system:

(8,-2)
(1,5)
(4,2)
(2,4)
2. Solve the system:

(-1,2)
(1,-1)
(2,-1)
(3,-5)
3. Solve the system:

(2,-1)
(1,2)
(3,-4)
(1,4)
4. Solve the system:

(5/2,1/2)
(6,4)
(2, 0)
(0,-2)
5. Solve the system:
(2,3)
(3,1)
(3,-2)
(-2,3)
6. Solve the system:
(-4,2)
(-2,10)
(-3,6)
(2,4)
7. Solve the system:
(7,-1)
(1,-1)
(-3,2)
(2,-3)
8. Solve the system:
(0,-4)
(6,0)
(3,-2)
(1,-4)
9. Solve the system:

(-2,-10)
(1,5)
(4,4)
(-4,-20)
10. Solve the system:
(-2,-5)
(1,1)
(-1,-3)
(2,3)
11. Solve the system:
(2,11)
(7,31)
(-2,5)
(1,7)
12. Solve the system:

(-4,-3)
(2,3)
(-1,0)
(3,2)
13. Solve the system:
(3, -3)
(1,-1)
(1,1)
(-2,-7)
14. The sum of two numbers is 22. The larger is two less than twice the smaller. Find the larger.

10
17
14
9
15. One positive number is 7 more than 5 times another positive number.Their difference is 23. What is the smaller?

5
4
26
27
16. Three apples and two oranges cost $3.80, while two apples and one orange costs $2.30 Find the cost of an orange.
$.70
$.80
$1.50
$.75
17. Trey wanted to cash a check for $125 and asked the teller for only $5 and $10 bills. He got 16 bills. How many $10 bills did he have?
7
10
9
6
18. 270 people paid a total of $1065 to attend a recital. How many adults paid, if adult admission was $5 and youth admission was $2?
165
175
265
190
   
   

 

 


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Quiz #9
Solving Systems of Equations