8th Math Summer Work - Fulton County Schools

```Class
Date
Name
Reteach
To add fractions that have the same denominator:
. Use the common denominator for the sum.
. Add the numerators to get the numerator of the sum.
. Write the sum in simplest form.
To subtract fractions that have the same denominator:
. Use the common denominator for the difference.
. Subtract the numerators.
Subtraction is addition of an opposite.
. Write the difference in simplest form.
1 3 1+3 4'
=6=Z
B'BB
1
-I-
t#
3 t 'l\ 3+1 42
6 \ 6) - 6 =6-=5
r.+ *#=
3.-+*(-+)
2.+*(-+)
=
=
Complete to subtract the fractions.
_ 9
o-&-3=
h-_l--l-
"'15
/ 3\
\ 15/-
6 -#-?h)=
To add or subtract decimals, line up the decimal points and then
add or subtract from right to left as usual.
12.83
-
+24.17
37.00
35.78
14.55
21.23
8. 44.02 + 8.07 =
7. 14.23 + 3.56 =
9. 1.39 * 13.6 =
Complete to subtract the decimals.
10. 124.33
12. 25.15
-
-
'11.33.47
13.16 =
-
0.6 =
25.06 =
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2. Jacob is replacing the molding
around two sides of a picture frame.
The measurements of the sides of
the frame are 4+ in. and zfr ln.
What length of molding will
Jacob need?
1. Gretchen bought a sweater for
\$1"43 in sales tax. She gave the
sales clerk \$30. How much change
did Gretchen receive from her total
purchase?
Use a number line to find each sum.
3. -0.5 + 0.4
-1
-0.8 -0.6 -0.4
-0.2 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8
1
o.-1 *1
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6.
5
o
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-1'10 -'
10.-+
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10
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6
1
A7
8.rs+t
14
+
4
*-**fi
5
16
Evaluate each expression for the given value of the variable'
13.38.1 +
x lorx= -6.1
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14. 18.7 +
x forx=
2',
8.5
t5.+ * x for v-
_-
4
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Practice
B
Multiplying Rational Numbers
Multiply. Write each answer in simplest form.
'
8(+)
'-*(*)
'*(-#)
re -+(zf)
-6(* l_j
12)
'-u(*)
3. -el+)
\b/
4.
^ 7 t14\
b'
12\21 /
, -+(#)
' -+(-*)
,o #(-#)
tt.+(-ls;
'-
*('8)
,,
17 {*12\
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'+(3)
'u -*(r*)
Multiply.
17. *2(*5.2)
18.0.53(0.04)
1e. (-7X-3.e)
20. *2(8.13)
21.0.02(*4.62)
22. 0.5(-7.8)
23. (-0.41X-8.5)
24. (-8X6.3)
25. 15(-0.05)
26. (-3.04X-1.7)
27. 10(-0.0e)
28. (-0.8)(-0.15)
29. Travis painted tor O\$ hours. He received \$27 an hour for his
work. How much was Travis paid for doing this painting job?
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Solving Equations with Rational Numbers
Solving equations with rational numbers is basically the same as
solving equations with integers or whole numbers:
Use inverse operations to isolate the variable.
1
;Z=
4
I
4.7,
e
-^
*lO
= -16.4
Multiply
each side
-64
x*3.5= -17.42
* 3.5 - 3.5 oo
x=
-24.92
7
noo
Y- s =; o
a?
3 ^o+f, 'B
10
v
=
-26t =
317.2
-26t
317.2
Subtract 3.5
from each side.
-26 -
T=
-26
f,
to
each side.
-2
_{
lE- - t4
I
ooO
Divide each
side by -26.
-12.2
Tell what you would do to isolate the variable.
1.x-1.4=7.82
\$olve each equation.
4. 14x = *129.5
7.x*
53.8= -1.2
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3.32 =
s.lv*zt
6.265.2
s.25=*k
Lm
56
5
z
=-221
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Beteach
and Subtracting
Reteach
To add lractions that have the same denomlnator:
s with Rational Numbers
ir-riiF]=l-T-fl--]
, Use the common denominalor for the sum.
. Add the numerators to gei the numerator ol the sum
' Write the sum in srmplest form.
1 3 1+3 4
8'BI -B-2
|.-T1I-.T'II
tt I I
i1l
To subkact fractions that have the same denominator:
. Use the common denominator for the ditference.
. Subtract the numerators.
3
Subtraction is addition 01 an opposite.
:-l--l
b
. Write the ditference in simplest form.
/ 1\
1
/-)
'',-f,_
rt, Vz = -rc, 4" ). Multrply
eacl-r side 'l
4.
by
\-.
>./
],= -ro
4
3+1
b/ =-=;=;b
\
Solving equalions wilh rallonal numbers is tlasically the same as
solvrnq equalions lvith inlegers or whole numbers:
lJse inverse opercilons lo i'olale the vaiable.
2
o
'!(
?l
aa:i jI :+
" 14 14
i?
s.-**r-*l= ji
s?
\$f
s]
o.-f-r-ht= A="F
-26t =
Tell what you would do
1. x
-
1.4
=
E.jd
4. 1 4x = -1
7. x
44.02 + e.oz
1.s
z.\
+ y = J;
--
\
-./
'--\__.:'
3.32=5
ll!1'ull
i
,{\$\$-Ltt3
=
5' :;y = Zt
29.5
+ 53.8 =
e
g.
--
urvrde eacfr -!
\
srde bY -26.
to isolaie the variable'
7.82
-
6.265.2 =
Sj-
1 -t.ts
---{
21.23
1? ?\$
.- "'->.-)-/
,x
|
Solve each equalion,
-14.55
=
9. 1.39 + 13.6 =
- --)
3l
:-
35.78
7.14.2g + s.so
317.2
-zor =
a
16 "
I= -12.2
To add or subtract decimals, line up the decimal points and then
add or subtract lrom right to left as usual.
12.83
+24.17
37.00
v
^.- ^
tt
;;
- I / 3\
' 15 \ 15/
.{'
t
*5
= :-s
Complete to subtEcl the fractions.
2
_8
4,---=
3l
c3,.1-!\=*t'r=
- 10 \ 10/
I
=
,.-./
v- 36 7
-3
,8 -,83 -,-,
-.
e.'-3=3
g. e5 =
-t*'tk
-1.2
x?\$ ...
--5\$
r;:'
itB\$l).\$?
!+e
t
....
*J
'. 't
t
It
\$?.\$\$
1\$.\$\$
Complete to sublract the decimals.
10. 124.3g
12.
2s;5
-
-
11.33.47-oo=
13.16 =
25 s6
=
\$t.\$?
\$.llS
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Practice
Practice B
xidinc u;d suiliractins naitiona|iiii'r,bers
1. Gretch€n bought a sweater
lor
\$1.43 in sales tax. She gave lhe
sales clerk \$30. How nluch cllange
did Gretchen receive lrom her lotal
purchase?
2. Jacob is replacing the moldrng
around two sides of a piclure lrame
The nreasurements oi the sides of
in.
the lrame are 4+ in. and
What length
01
2.-6(#
*:i
molding will
Jacob fleed?
- 5,8\
5'rB\15/
,\$l
s..1 iir. t.....................
to find each sutn.
,
,
-0.8 -O 6 -0.4
^
b'71-2r/
7114\
ri
*.!
3. -0.5 + 0.4
-1
B
*
\$rt,\$s
Use a number line
JMultiply. Wrile
,.'(?)
-02 A 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8
+utr,
ls,
t. #1-#)
s
'!\$
\$
..-'(*)
o.-u(-#
-Tl
s\$
, -t{?) '-+(-;)
J:]
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,,
+(-t;
,
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f,'\$
u"^
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'l]
1
rr.
u
+t{
t,
rs. el/31
r.. -t^t4t
1
r....!....
-"\$\$
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u.(rurl
ie
"i
--
1...:...
'tt
Multiply.
\$.
-...
17,
?..-....._
,.+-+
+.
-r.. '-a**
' +
I ..
ii
,
u.
rl
-i -.
1 ......
rr.-f+S
'-iE-+ n.-+-+
1!t
r
\$
l
_\$
8.5
-6.1
t.t,t
:
xtolx= -+
4
f
18.
'r\$.\$
21.
0.02(-4.62)
25.
15(-0.05)
*r].?\$
0.53(0.04)
\$.\$tlt
22.
0.51-7.q
*\$.\$
*\$.\$\$t\$
rz.\$*\$
Evaluate each expressiqn lor the given value ol the variable'
.13.38.1 +x torx=
15.+ +
14. 1a.7 + x iorx=
:2
+-+
,ti-. ,
... ll
u
-2(-5.2)
26.
(-3.04)(-1.7)
\$.'l\$\$
19. (-7X-3.9)
t?.\$
23. (-0.41)(-8.5)
i.\$t}s
27. 10(-0.09)
* \$.\$
20. -2(8.13)
*t\$ t\$
24. (-8)(6.3)
* \$\$.-l
28. (-0.8)(-0.15)
\$.1?
29. Travis painted lor of nours. He received \$27 an hour lor his
work. How much was Travis paid for doing this painting job?
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Class
Date
Name
Reteach
Solving Two-Step Equations
To solve an equation, it is important to first note how it is formed.
Then, work backward to undo each operation.
4z+3=15
Z
z+3
a
.+
+
9'l
-q--z
The variable is divided
by 4 and then 3 is
The variable is
multiplied by 4 and
To solve, first
subtract 3 and
then divide by 4.
f
variable and then the
result is divided by 4.
--
and then multiply by 4.
To solve, multiply
by 4 and then
subtract 3.
Describe how each equation is formed.
Then, tell the steps needed to solve.
1.3x-5=7
and then
The variable is
and then
To solve, first
z.t*5=7
and then
The variable is
and then
To solve, first
s.+g=z
and then the result is
5is
and then
To solve, first
4. 10 *
-3x-2
and then
The variable is
and then
To solve, first
5. 10
=#
2is
To solve, first
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and then
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Solving Two-Step Equations (continued)
To isolate the variable, work backward using inverse operations.
The variable is multiPlied bY 2 and
2x
f - S = tr
+3+ 3
2x + 3 =
-3
The variable is divided bY 2 and
then 3 is subtracted.
-3
8
2x-
Z
2
subtract 3.
+-3:.
11
=11
14
multiply by 2
Check: Substitute 28lor x.
gagj11
11
To undo division,
2
c.I
-2
Check: Substitute 4lor x.
2{4)+31.
x
To undo multiPlication,
divide by 2.
To undo subtraction,
11
14_tj11
t/
11
=tr1
t/
Eemplete to selve end €heek ceeh cquatigR,
6.3f+7=19
Check:3f*7=19
3(_) 17 z 19
subtract.
To undo multiplication,
3f
3f+
_+7l
Substitute for
f'
19
divide.
t
7.t-7
To undo subtraction,
L
J
W
To undo division,
3
w
a-=
3
.12
z-3
2
z-3
.T
z-3
Check:[-t=\$
T-7 i5
-7 a5
Substitute.
multiPlY.
w=
_
z-Q
To undo division,
o
g
Check:
t
-
A
multiply.
r 8 substitute.
--3 :"
2
To undo subtraction,
2 =u
?o
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Date
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Practice
Describe the operation performed on both sides of the equation
in steps 2 and 4.
3x=
:-/
XJA
1. 3x+2=11
3x*2-l-11 -2
4
x
4
1*1=-2+1
x
4-
9
3x_9
3 -3
|
off) = 4(-1)
x= -4
v-.)
,/t-J
Solve.
3.2x*3=9
4.t-
7.5y-2*28
8.2x-7 =7
1
^ x+2 = -11^
o'T
5. -3a+4=7
=5
s.ff=-t
10.2r*1=-1
Write and solve a two-step equation to answer the question.
11. Pearson rented a moving van for 1 day. The total rental charge
is \$66.00. A daily rental costs \$45.00 plus \$0.25 per mile.
How many miles did he drive the van?
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._ Practice A
ttiii sornins iwo-ste-p Equati;;s
z'
1. 3x+2=11
3x+z-z=11-2-\${l,Vh4!-lf
av=
4-
9.
3l
x=
i;ivirls
bV 3
The variable
multiplied by 4
then 3 is
'
millliSlY rti
4
x= -4
3
Solve,
4.i*1=5
3.2x+3=9
,,.1
s,'
5"
t
..
*3a+4=7 O.{t-a=-a
Describe how each equalion is rormed.
Then, tell the steps needed to solve.
1,3x-S=7
..{.: *s
:1 ..
9. sf?i-1
l\$
d..:
8.2x-7=7
7.5y-2=28
.....[.: t]
42+3=15
\l=t
i-t=,
The variable is divided 3 is added to the
is
variable and then the
and by 4 and then 3 is
result is divided by 4
To solve, multiply
To solve, first
by 4 and then
and then multiply by 4.
subtract 3 and
subtract 3.
then divide by 4.
a\$*1
4(-1t
4(1\l =
is
first
To sotve,
l.
msllisli*rJ
rhe variabre
10.2/+ 1 = -1
iiNd
tsv
\$
and then
\$
2n6
----\$j!-\$-t\$lE\$.lS.L.
thss
tllYide b\$ 3
z.!+s=z
1
The variabte
is
first
\$i\$i\$s\$ t:v
To sotve,
liN\tr.\ti
stltJ*\$ ts
llt* v*tiit[:ir'
Wilte and solve a two-step equalion tg answer lhe question'
I
lirsi note how it is formed
Then, work backward to undo each operation.
i-t=-z
}-r +r=*z+r
Q
-q.I:
Equations
Solving
To solve an equation, it is important to
Describe the operalion performed on bgth sides ol the equalion
in steps 2 and 4.
Pearson rented a moving van for 1 day. l he total rental charge
is \$66.00. A daily rental costs \$45.0i1 plus \$0 25 per mile
How many miies did he dri'/e lhe van?
..of=t
s
is
To sotve,
r**llilllV
first
3
and
and then
llV
\$ i\$ *d*s\$
thgn
then
un6
S
S
]l\\$iti\$i\$
the,u.r|,1r
and rhen
SV S
\$isiNstN
il]
S
\$\$blr\${:l \$
4.10=-3^-2
{5
- 4i
-i-
*.t5r
* i\$ -. .{S
is
first
t*iiltr\$licd fuf -
The vanabte
To sotve,
it\$\$
3
"n6
x-2
e. ru=--E2
is
To sotve.
Reteach
To
and
The variable is divided by 2 and
then 3 is subtracted.
i - z = ll
+3+ 3
To undo multiplication, i
=,0
z'i
=2'14
orvroe oy z.
2x + 3 = 11 To undo addition,
-3 -3
2x = 8
2rA
=Z
T
subtract 3.
Check: Substitute 4 for
2(4J
To undo subtraction,
11
P(DlueJ
multiPlybY2.
x
\$.
"
l.*-t
= 5
3
+l +.]
*
= t:
:" .4= t.tz
tt
divide.
"l\$
19
Substituteforl
+7319
*
"l\$,*
aa =
n.
Check:{-z=S
\$-zrs
'i[ - 7 4 s
To undo d;visron.
8. += I
t .-z--9'= g .s
z - 3 = 'J\$
.s\$ i\$
z- +\$-
Check:3t'
?3
multiply.
To undo subtraction,
rt
Murtipry by 48.
*
2. A carton has lour kinds ol cookies;
lemon, mint, vanilla, and chocolate
There are 7 fewer mint cookies than
lemon, and 64 cookies in all. How
many mint cookies are there if, in
one draw, the probability ot getting
a lime candy is f,?
f?
Lei .s * *i:illllet
\$\$\$kis\$.
\$\$
x
*
*r:*t**r *i
Slst*
J_=\$.
3S\$
't\$*-l-- 1-" |l\$
3S \$-'
x* l\$
There are \\$ lime candies.
substitute.
\$='\$w
mulriolv.
Toundodivision,
20=x
tu;6;--
\$\$l.l\$i\$\$.
*=_\${
4A
orange, cherry, and mint. There are
I more lime candies than orange,
and 36 candies in all. How many
lime candies are there if, in one
draw, the probabihly ot getting
lsl
= --;;t
5x
12
Write and solve an equation lor each problem.
\$ )+7419
To undo multiplication,
Toundosubtract;on,
nJmber of sJccesses
1. A box has lour kinds ol candies: lime,
3(
subtract.
Rdtl \$
So, there are 20 blue marbles in the bag.
=11 rz
Check:31+ 7 =
then
+?
gomplcl€ to 6elve end €heok ceeh cquali€n'
19
'-l -]
3l = !*
3t+ \$ =lt+ 3
and
Let x = the number of blue marbles.
14-3111
8+3111
\$
\$isit!*:S bV \$
A bag contains marbles of four colors: red, white, blue, and yellow.
There are 3 more blue marbles than red, and 48 marbles in all.
How many blue marbles are-there rl. in one draw, the probability
ol getting a blue marble is
To undo division'
Check: Substitute 28 lor
28-.r
liv
.
t
work tt
x=28
x
+ 3.211
6. 3t + 7 =
rirst N\$l:i\$v
result;.
*3
An equation may be used to solve a problem involving probability.
isolate the variable, work backward using inverse operations
fhe variable is multiplied by 2
the variable and then the
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\$ivi\$\$ |}Y
Challenqe
W
-
Equations (continued)
Solving
h\$\$t
S\$l:}tl\$tt\$\$
then
1Lup
and
t
Tl]\$l] J *?
r\$\$ki{r\$.
=g
8
ls*]s\$
= \$tiilllr*r \$t it:ii:t
i,,,. ll\$
{ -
lemsil
s\$\$ki|r\$
subslitute
ru
There
are 3ii
\$*Ss
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Date:
1.2a+7 =LI
2.
3. 7c-L5=-20
4.5(d+L)=45
5. -3(x+ L)=-27
6. L6+2f=-10
7. g-3 =-t2
8. h+(-7) =25
9. -36 = -6j
LL. 8m = -56
1-0b - 25 = 205
10. 14 k=36
t2.
Z=-[
3
13.
'=-6
3
L4.
ln=9
3
15.38+x=I20
L6. -8Y = 72
L7. x-2.I=2.44
18. x+(-5.8) =L2.7
L9. -5=3x-2
20.5-9w=23
2L. -2d-7 =-5
22.:'-
23. 7 =L+3
24. L+e=-12
3
-)
25.
-!P+1=11
5
8=7
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