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Pre-Algebra Final Exam Study Guide
The second semester exam for pre-algebra will cover the following chapters and sections:
Chapter 6: Rationals-Patterns in Multiplication and Division
 Writing Fractions as Decimals
 Estimating Products and Quotients
 Multiplying Fractions
 Dividing Fractions
 Multiplying and Dividing Decimals
 Measures of Central Tendency
 Solving Equations and Inequalities
 Geometric Sequences
 Scientific Notation
Chapter 7: Solving Equations and Inequalities
 Solving Two Step Equations
 Writing Two-Step Equations
 Circles and Circumference
 Solving Equations with Variables on Each Side
 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities
 Writing Inequalities
 Using the Metric System
Chapter 8: Functions and Graphing
 Relations and Functions
 Scatter Plot
 Graphing Linear Relations
 Graphing Parabolas
 Equations as Functions
 Problem Solving Strategy: Draw a Graph
 Slope
 Intercepts
 System of Equations
 Graphing Inequalities
Chapter 9: Ratio, Proportion, and Percent
 Ratios and Rates
 Simple Probability
 Using Proportions
 Using the Percent Proportion
 Using Statistics to Predict
 Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
 Percents and Estimation
 Using Percent Equations
 Percent of Change
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Chapter 10: More Statistics and Probability
 Stem and Leaf Plots

Chapter 11:
 The Language of Geometry
Angle Relationships and Parallel Lines
 Triangles
 Polygons
ALL VOCABULARLY THAT WE HAVE COVERED WILL BE INCLUDED
Points to remember:
1. The semester exam will require preparation. DO NOT WAIT UNTILTHE LAST MINUTE TO PREPARE
2. To begin your preparation for this exam, students should work through this study guide as well as online IXL
problems. Students should then work through their tests and quizzes from his semester that can be found in
their math portfolio. Students may check out their portfolios, but it must be returned by your exam day so
that your portfolio grade may be recorded. If no portfolio is found for you on exam day, then the portfolio
3. The pre-algebra exam is mostly multiple choice but most problems will require work in order to come up
with an answer. All work must be shown on notebook paper.
4. No partial credit is given on exams. Therefore, check and double-check your work.
5. Bring your textbook, notebook paper and a 2 pencils on exam day along with this review sheet to turn in.
This review – IF COMPLETED AND WORK SHOWN – will be given bonus points. You must also turn in
a textbook in order to receive an exam. If you have checked out your portfolio, you must also turn it in on
exam day. NO STUDENT WILL BE ALLOWED TO SIT FOR AN EXAM IF A TEXTBOOK IS NOT
TURNED IN.
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Write each fraction as a decimal.
1.
5
6
2.
8
3.
9
4
15
Estimate the product or quotient
9
4. 10 × 21
5. 18.17 ×6.19
Solve the equations/expressions.
6. 591  m  (112)
7. 846  t  538
8. 10  [b  (4)]  2
10.
p
 123
47
12. 4.7  1.2  7m
13.
6c
 3
13
14. 3  31 
15. 2a – 1 = 3
16.
d
 2d  1.24
.4
17. 2(f – 3) + 5 = 3 - ( -4)
67w  5561
9.
18.
1
4
2
×6
21. 4 × 7.07
1
2
11. 171 
x
12
1
÷6
20. −5 3 × 4
22. 1.3 ÷ 100
23. 0.7 ÷ 2.4
19.
4
c
6
Find the mean, median, mode, and range for each set of data.
24. 21, 25, 16, 18, 18, 26, 21, 17, 19, 25
25. 5.4, 4.6, 6.2, 2.7, 8.0
Solve each inequality
26. -25≥ 6.25𝑛
27. 2.6v> 19.76
State whether each sequence is a geometric sequence. If so, state the common ratio and list the next three terms.
28. .5, 2, 3.5, 5, …..
29. 3, 9, 27, ……
Write each number in scientific notation.
30 . 13,490,000
31. .00000674
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Write each number in standard form.
32. 4.24 × 102
33. 3.347 x 10−6
Define a variable and write an equation for each situation.
34. The sum of six times a number and 4 is 52.
35. Twice a number less 7 is 19.
Find the circumference of each circle.
2
36. d=143in
37. r= 4.8m
Find the area of each circle.
38. d=3.5 in
39. r=12.45 cm
Solve each inequality. Graph the solution on a number line.
40. 5𝑛 + 4 > 34
41. . 52𝑐 + 14.7 ≤ 2.48𝑐
Define a variable and write an inequality for each situation.
42. Eight time a number increased by two is at least 18.
43. Four time a number s exceeds 6 by at least 8.
Complete each sentence
44. 6mm=____m
45 40mL=____L
Use the coordinate system below to name the ordered pair for each point.
46. A
47 C
48. E
49. G
50. J
51.
52.
53.
54.
B
D
F
H
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Graph and label each point on the coordinate plane below.
55. A (5, 6)
56. C (2, -8)
57. E (-7, 0)
58. B (0, 4)
59. D(-2, 2)
60. F (-5, -3)
In which quadrant is each of the ordered pairs located? Use the ordered pairs from previous sections.
61. A
64. B
62. C
65. D
63. E
66. In the graph in #55-60 above, what is the domain?
67. In the graph in #55-60 above, what is the range?
68. Is the graph n #55-60 above a function?
Find 4 solutions for each equation and then graph the ordered pairs.
12 x  3 y  9
X
-2
69.
70.
Y
-1
71.
0
72.
1
Find 4 solutions for each equation and then graph the ordered pairs.
1
y x
4
73.
74.
75.
76.
X
-2
Y
-1
0
1
Determine whether each relation is linear.
77. y  4
78. 3  2x  y
79. y 
1 2
x
4
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Solve and graph each inequality (Draw out your own number line)
80. -2x + 9 > 29
81. 7x – 43 > 2(x – 3)
Find the slope of each line.
83.
84.
Find the slope of the line that contains each pair of points.
85. (6, -3), (8,-2)
86. (0, 1.25), (0.5, 0)
1 
,3  ,
2


87. 
1

 , 2 
2

88. (-3, -2), (10, 5)
State the x-intercept and y- intercepts of each line.
89. a
x int
y int
90.b
x int
y int
91.c
x int
y int
82. -3x < -21
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Find the x-intercept and y-intercept. Use them to graph the equation (2 dots on graph).
92. y = -2x - 3
Find the slope and y-intercept. Then graph the equation using rise/run (2 dots on graph).
93.
4 x  8 y  16
Graph each equation using the slope and y-intercept.
94. y = ¾ X + 1
95. – y = -x -2
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96.
97.
Solve the system of equations by graphing.
98 .
99.
Write  or  in each blank to make a true statement.
2.1
6
2.6
1.6
_____
_____
100.
101.
4.9
1.4
4
0.25
Solve each proportion.
9 3x
85.8 70.2


102.
103.
15 10
d
9
Express each fraction as a percent.
97
7
103.
104.
100
25
Draw an example of each figure.
100. parallelogram
101. triangle
102. trapezoid
105.
7
8
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Write each percent as a decimal.
____________103.
27 %
____________104.
3 1/2 %
____________105.
8%
____________106.
15.5 %
Write each decimal as a percent.
____________107.
.3
____________108.
.08
____________109.
.1475
____________110.
5.88
Change each percent to a fraction in lowest terms.
____________111.
10 %
____________112.
9%
____________113.
5.4 %
Change each fraction to a percent.
____________114.
5 1/8
____________115.
4/9
____________116.
7/8
____________117.
15/3
Compute the following.
____________118.
20 % of 65
____________119.
1/2 % of 98
____________120.
What percent of 50 is 35?
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____________121.
18 is what percent of 12?
____________122.
20 is 12 % of what number?
____________123.
Find 150 % of 60
____________124.
160 % of what number is 36?
____________125.
8 is 20 % of what number?
____________126.
10.4 % of 58
____________127.
Mr. Jarvis pays \$32 for his monthly marta pass. Fares are to be increased 6 %.
How much will Mr. Jarvis have to pay for his pass after the increase goes into
effect?
130. Find the value of y
131. Find the value of x
132.
133.
Graph each inequality
134. 𝑦 < 𝑥 − 2
135. 𝑦 ≥ −3𝑥 + 1
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Express each ratio as a unit rate.
136. 339.2 miles per 10.6 gallons
137. \$425 for 17 tickets
There are 6 cans of cola, 4 cans of fruit punch, 9 cans of iced tea, and 2 cans of lemonade in a cooler. Suppose
you choose a can randomly. Find each probability.
138. P(cola)
139. P(not carbonated)
State whether each percent of change is a percent of increase or a percent of decrease. Then find the percent of
increase or decrease. Round to the nearest whole percent.
140. Old: 84 New: 118
151. Original: 15 New: 11.75
Make a stem and leaf plot for the number of points scored at the ELCA basketball games.
152. 64, 60, 72, 61, 73, 80, 68, 70, 65, 67, 70, 80
153. What was the greatest number of points scored?
154. How many games had a score less than 70?
155. What is the range of scores?
156. What is the median score?
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.
A __________ angle measures between 0 and 90 degrees.
Two angles are __________ if the sum of their measures is 90.
When a __________ intersects two parallel lines, the corresponding angles are congruent.
When a line is perpendicular to another line, the angles formed are __________ angles.
A __________ angle measures between 90 and 180 degrees.
A parallelogram with four congruent sides is a __________.
Two angles are __________ if the sum of their measures is 180 degrees.
165.
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166.
Date
167. A triangle has angle measurements of 52°, 66° 𝑎𝑛𝑑 62°.
What kind of triangle is it?
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