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## Mad Minute

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**Mad Minute**7th Grade Math**Monday 5/5 Mad Minute**• Please copy and answer questions. • Maxwell won 40 lollipops playing hoops at his school's game night. Later, he gave two to each of his friends. He only has 6 remaining. How many friends does he have? • Find three consecutive integers whose sum is -15. • Evaluate the following: ¾x + 12 = 48**Tuesday 5/6 Mad Minute**• Please copy and answer the following questions: • The sum of three consecutive integers is 60. Find the integers. • Solve: 3x – 7 = 29 • Solve and Graph: 3x – 7 < 29**Wednesday 5/7 Mad Minute**• Please copy and answer the following questions: • Solve: 30 < 2x + 16 • Thomas has $65 in his checking account. To avoid a fee, he must have a $100 minimum balance in his checking account. Write an inequality that represents the amount of money Thomas needs to deposit into his checking account to avoid the fee? • The fee for renting a video camera is $25, plus $15 per day. Sam can spend no more than $95. What is the maximum number of days Sam can rent the video camera?**Thursday 5/8 Mad Minute**• Please copy and answer the following questions: • Brad has $125 in his savings account and adds $25 every month. He doesn't make any withdrawals from this account. Write an inequality that shows the number of months, x, it would take Brad to save at least $200? • A taxi company charges a $2.25 flat rate in addition to $0.55 per mile. Which inequality represents the number of miles, m, a passenger can travel for $11.00? • Solve and Graph: 3x + 2 ≤ 14**Friday 5/9 Notebook Quiz**• Answer the following questions: • What was the answer to number 2 on Tuesday? • What was the equation to question 1 on Monday? • Copy question #2 from Monday. • What was the answer to number 3 from Wednesday? • What was the inequality that was created for number 2 on Thursday?**Additional Inequality Questions**• Answer the following questions: • Karen earns $10 per hour babysitting. She plans to save her earnings and has already saved $30. Which inequality shows how many hours, h, Karen needs to work to have more than $150 saved? • Julie has $200 to plan a dance. There is a one-time fee of $125 to reserve a room. It also costs $1.50 per person for food and drinks. What is the maximum number of people that can come to the dance? • A phone plan costs $5 per month, plus $0.03 per text message. John wants his phone bill to be less than $40, before taxes. What is the maximum number of text messages John can send?