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1) Write a equation for each sentence: | ||||

a. Three added to four times a number is equal to fifteen | ||||

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b. One third of a number is equal to seven | ||||

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c. The cost of x chocolate boxes, if each chocolate box costs €15 is €540 | ||||

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d. Seven subtracted from three times a number is equal to eight | ||||

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e. How many chocolates will each boy get if x chocolates are to be shared equally among six boys? | ||||

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f. The difference between a number and eleven is equal to five. | ||||

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g. Half a number is equal to seventeen. | ||||

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h. Twice a number plus two is equal to 18. | ||||

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i. One third of a number minus four is equal to seventeen. | ||||

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j. One quarter of a number plus five is equal to nine. | ||||

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2) For each sentence, decide which equation matches it. | ||||

I) Five more than the double of a number is 25. | ||||

a) 2n + 5 = 25 | b) 2+5+n = 25 | c) 2 + 5n = 25 | d) 2 – 5n = 25 | |

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II) The difference between 20 and twice a number is 8. | ||||

a) 20 – 2n = 8 | b) 20 – 8 = 2n | c) 2·8 – n = 20 | d) 2n – 8 = 20 | |

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III) Carol spent €39 on n magazines. They cost €3 each. | ||||

a) 39n = 3 | b) n/3 = 39 | c) 3/n = 39 | d) 3n = 39 | |

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IV) One third of the number that comes after my number is equal to 12. | ||||

a) x/3 = 12 | b) (x – 1)/3 = 12 | c) (x + 1)/3 = 12 | d) x/3 + 1 = 12 | |

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