# ExamView - MaxMin Inequality Word Problems Classwork.tst

```Name: ________________________ Class: ___________________ Date: __________
ID: A
Max/Min Inequality Word Problems Classwork
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. Tamara has a cell phone plan that charges \$0.07 per minute plus a monthly fee of \$19.00. She budgets
\$29.50 per month for total cell phone expenses without taxes. What is the maximum number of minutes
Tamara could use her phone each month in order to stay within her budget?
a. 150
b. 271
c. 421
d. 692
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2. In a hockey league, 87 players play on seven different teams. Each team has at least 12 players. What is the
largest possible number of players on any one team?
a. 13
b. 14
c. 15
d. 21
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3. Robin spent \$17 at an amusement park for admission and rides. If she paid \$5 for admission, and rides cost
\$3 each, what is the total number of rides that she went on?
a. 12
b. 2
c. 9
d. 4
4. Peter begins his kindergarten year able to spell 10 words. He is going to learn to spell 2 new words every day.
Write an inequality that can be used to determine how many days, d, it takes Peter to be able to spell at least
75 words. Use this inequality to determine the minimum number of whole days it will take for him to be able
to spell at least 75 words.
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ID: A
Max/Min Inequality Word Problems Classwork
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. ANS: A
0.07m + 19 ≤ 29.50
0.07m ≤ 10.50
m ≤ 150
PTS: 2
REF: 010904ia
STA: A.A.6
TOP: Modeling Inequalities
2. ANS: C
To find the largest possible number of players on any one team, assume the other six teams have the
minimum number of players.
PTS: 2
3. ANS: D
REF: 089914a
STA: A.A.6
TOP: Modeling Inequalities
PTS: 2
REF: 010801a
STA: A.A.6
TOP: Modeling Equations
STA: A.A.6
TOP: Modeling Inequalities