Tweet # Common Core Standard HSA-CED.A.4 Questions

Rearrange formulas to highlight a quantity of interest, using the same reasoning as in solving equations. For example, rearrange Ohm’s law V = IR to highlight resistance R.

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Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Solve for $s. -6 = t+5s$
1. $s = -6-t-5$
2. $s = (-6-t)/5$
3. $s = (6+t)/5$
4. $s = -6-5t$
Grade 10 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Solve the equation for the variable indicated.

$(10ac-x)/11=-3, " for" \ a$
1. $a=(-11+x)/(10c)$
2. $a=(-33+x)/(10c)$
3. $a=10c(-33+x)$
4. $a=(10c)/(33+x)$
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
The formula for the volume of a rectangular prism is $V=LWH$. Which equation solves the formula for L?
1. $L=V-WH$
2. $L=V/(HW)$
3. $L=(VW)/H$
4. $L=(VH)/W$
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Solve the equation $2a+3b=7(b-c)$ for b.
1. $(2a-7c)/7=b$
2. $(2a+3b+7c)/7=b$
3. $(2a+7c)/4=b$
4. $(9a)/4=b$
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Solve for H. $V=LWH$
1. $H=V/(LW$
2. $H=V-LW$
3. $H=VLW$
4. $H=(LW)/V$
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Solve the following formula for $w$.

$V=lwh$
1. $w=Vlh$
2. $w=l/(Vh)$
3. $w=V/(lh)$
4. $w=V+l+h$
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Absolute Value CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Grade 9 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
Solve the following formula for $l$.

$V=lwh$
1. $l=Vwh$
2. $l=V/(wh)$
3. $l=(Vw)/h$
4. $l=V+w+h$
Grade 10 Literal Equations CCSS: HSA-CED.A.4
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