Lamdasadfasdf The Communative Property 1204 Yale Essay

511 words - 3 pages

7th
 Grade
 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
 Canadian
 =
 80
 cents,
 then
 $1
 U.S.
 =
 _?_
 Canadian.
 
3.
 
 George,
 Sam,
 Andrew
 and
 Brandon
 each
 had
 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
 300
...

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