# Lamdasadfasdf The Communative Property - 1204 Yale - Essay

511 words - 3 pages

7th
Varsity
Practice
Problems

1.

The
points
A,
B,
C,
D,
and
E
are
located
on
a
straight
line
in
order.

• The
distance
from
A
to
E
is
20cm.

• The
distance
from
A
to
D
is
15cm.

• The
distance
from
B
to
E
is
10cm.

• C
is
halfway
between
B
and
D.

What
is
the
distance
from
B
to
C?

2.

If
\$1
=
80
cents,
then
\$1
U.S.
=
_?_

3.

George,
Sam,
Andrew
and
Brandon
each
four
dates
to
four
different
Parish
Center

Dances
with
four
different
girls,
named
Cher,
Connie,
Melissa
and
Kendra.
On
the
second
date,

George
dated
Connie
and
Brandon
dated
Kendra.
On
the
third
date,
Andrew
went
out
with

Melissa
and
Sam
went
out
with
Connie.
Melissa
went
out
with
George
and
Cher
went
out
with

Sam
on
the
fourth
date.
What
couples
went
out
together
on
the
first
date
if
no
pairs
went
out

more
than
once?

4.
What
is
the
sum
of
the
reciprocals
of
all
of
the
factors
of
24
(in
simplest
form)?

5.

Pat
the
Cat
runs
at
5m/sec
and
skates
at
8
m/sec.

How
far
can
Pat
the
Cat
skate
in
the

same
time
it
takes
Pat
the
Cat
to
run
80
m?

6.

Increasing
\$100
by
a
certain
percent
produces
the
same
result
as
decreasing
30...

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