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1.((Julio and Annabelle have cell phones. Julio pays $75.89 per month plus $0.12 per
text message to use his cell phone. Annabelle pays $27.41 per month plus $0.36 per
text message to use her cell phone. One month, they paid the same amount for their
cellphone service. How many text messages did each send?
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2. Below is information about the populations of three towns. Will the populations of
Town A and Town C ever be equal? If so, when will they be equal? How do you
know?
Expression for Town A: _____________
Expression for Town B: _____________
Expression for Town C: _____________

5. Solve: 8(x + 6) 10 = 3(x + 12) + 7x

Equation: _______________________
Solution: _______________________
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6. Solve: 2(x - 3) 7 = 4(x + 9) + 10x

3. You and your friend drive toward each other. The equation
50h=190-45h represents the number h of hours until you and your friend meet.
When will you meet?
7. Solve the formula for the indicated variable:
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Average Acceleration of an Object: a=
Solve for

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A soap company wants to use a cylindrical container to hold their


new liquid soap. The container is modeled in the object to the right
and the formula for the volume is: ! = !! ! Solve the formula for h.
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9. A truck can be rented from Company A for $110 a day plus $0.70 per mile.
Company B charges $50 a day plus $0.90 per mile to rent the same truck. Find the
number of miles in a day at which the rental costs for Company A and Company B
are the same.

10. Which graph does not represent y as a function of x? Why does your answer not represent a function?

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represent a function? Why or why not?

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of(the(regression(line(that(best(fits(the(data.((Also,(identify(
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Correlation(coefficient:((___________________________________(
Type(of(correlation:(((______________________________________((((
Predict(the(number(of(ticket(sales(in(the(10th(month:_______________________(
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14.(((Use(a(graphing(calculator(to(determine(the(equation(of(the(regression(line(that(
best(fits(the(data(below.((Also,(identify(the(correlation(coefficient(and(interpret(this(
value(in(terms(of(the(type(of(correlation(that(is(indicated((strong(or(weak;(positive,(
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Correlation(coefficient:((___________________________________(
Type(of(correlation:(((______________________________________((((
Predict(the(year(when(attendance(is(approximately(900:_______________________(
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15. In the following situations, is there likely to be a correlation? If so, does the
correlation reflect a causal relationship or an association? Explain.
A. The number of loaves of bread baked and the amount of flour used.

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Correlation?
Causal Relationship?
Explanation:

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B. The number of shots taken and the number of baskets made in a basketball
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Correlation?
Causal Relationship?
Explanation:
C. The number of mailboxes and the number of firefighters in a city.
Correlation?
Causal Relationship?
Explanation:

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eruptions of the geyser Old Faithful and the times, y(in minutes),
until the next eruption. Find an equation for the line of best fit and
the correlation coefficient. Predict time when there will be an
eruption of 5.2 seconds.

Equation:((__________________________________________________((
Correlation(coefficient:((___________________________________(
Prediction: _________________

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18. Kelsey is walking to her friend Sammies house.
Her progress can be shown in the table below.
A. What is the rate of change in distance with
respect to time?
B. What is an equation in point-slope form that models this situation?

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19.(((When hiking up a hill, you rise 15 feet for every 1500 feet you walk forward.
What is your rate of change as you continue along this trail?

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20.(((A line passes through the points (5, 8) and (-1, -4).
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A. Determine the slope of the line.

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A. Determine the slope of the line.

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22.(((A line passes through the points (5, 8) and (-1, 8).
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A. Determine the slope of the line.

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23. A. Given the equation of the line x=4, determine the slope. Slope =_______
B. Write the equation of the line parallel to x = 4 through (3, -2).

C. Given the equation of the line y=7, determine the slope. Slope =_______

29. Write an equation of a line in slope-intercept form that has a slope of -2 and
passes through the point (1, -6).

D. Write the equation of the line parallel to y = 7 through (3, -2).

30.(((Timothy is selling Christmas items for a basketball fundraiser. He is selling


24. A. Given the equation of the line y = -2 - 5x, determine the slope.

wreaths for $10 and trees for $30. He sold $370 worth of items. Write an equation
that models the situation presented.

B. Write an equation of the line perpendicular to y = -2 - 5x through (-1, 4).


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25. A. Given the equation of the line -5x - 3y = -2, determine the slope.
B. Write an equation of the line parallel to 5x - 3y = -2 through the
point (9, 1).

26. A. Given the equation of the line y 10 = -8(x + 3), determine the slope.
B. Write an equation of the line perpendicular to y 10 = -8(x + 3) through the
point (0, -7).

27. A. Given the table, determine the slope:

B. Write an equation of the line in slope-intercept form


based on the table.

28.(((Write an equation of a line in slope-intercept form that has a slope of 3 and


passes through the point (2, 5).

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40. Using the recursive process,
A. Find the next four terms in the given
sequence:

B. Write the formula for the nth term.

35. A. Given the function f(x)=2x, find f(6).


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B. Given the function ! ! = ! ! + 8!, find f(9).

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Use the table to find the value of g(5)?

36. Find the 10th term in a sequence based on the following equation:
!! = 3! + 16

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38. Madison High School has student identification cards that work like prepaid
credit cards. Franklin charges the same amount on his card every day. The function
f(x)= -4.5x+50 represents the value on Franklins card after x number of meals.
What are the first three terms in the sequence?

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A. Write the function that represents the given arithmetic sequence:


1, 4, ___, 10, 13
B. Calculate the value of the sequence when n=3?

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45. You have 4 gallons of paint to paint the basement in your house. A gallon of paint
covers 350 ft2. The function A(g)=350g,represents the area A(g), square feet, that g
gallons of paint cover. What domain and range are reasonable for the
functiondiscrete or continuous?
46. You have registered for pottery classes, which are being offered twice a week for
3 weeks. The registration fee is $10 and the cost for each class attended is $5.
What domain and range are reasonable for the functiondiscrete or
continuous?

47. In a factory, a certain machine needs 10 min to warm up. It takes 15 min for the
machine to run a cycle. The machine can run a partial or full cycle. The machine can
operate for as long as 6 hours per day including warm-up time. What domain and
range are reasonable? Is this a continuous or discrete situation?

48. Candy is sold for $4.99 for pound. It is only sold in pound increments.
What is the domain and range if you have $20.00 to spend?
50. Determine the domain and range of the linear
function:

51. An online store sells songs for $1 each and movies for $12 each. You have $60 to
spend.
A. Write and graph a linear equation that
describes the items you can purchase if you spend
the full $60.
B. What are three combinations of numbers of
songs and movies you can purchase?
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53. The proceeds from a Saturday car wash are directly proportional to the number
of cars washed. The total after 7 cars is $140. How much can be raised if 60 cars
are washed?

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57. Determine the effects on the graph of f(x)=2x+1if it is changed to:
A. 3f(x)
B. f(12x)
C. f(x-2)
D. f(x)+5

58. Tell whether the ordered pair ( 1,4) is a solution of the system of linear
equations:
System: -3x + y = 1 and x + y = 5

59. Solve the system of equations by


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graphing. ! = 2! + 5 and ! = ! 2
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graphing. 3! + ! = 6 and 6! + 2! = 12
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62. An athletic director is comparing the costs of renting two


banquet halls for an awards banquet. The costs are shown,
based on the number of hours rented, in the table
below. Write a system of linear equations that represent
this situation. If the cost patterns continue, will the cost of
Hall A ever equal the cost of Hall B?
If yes, when?

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63. A roofing contractor buys 30 bundles of shingles and 4 rolls of roofing paper for
$1040. In a second purchase (at the same prices), the contractor buys 8 bundles of
shingles for $256. Find the price per bundle of shingles and the price per roll of
roofing paper.

67. Tool Time Plumbing charges $30 to come out for a job and then $55 per hour for
labor. On the contrary, Al Borland's Plumbing charges $40 to come out and an
additional $55 each hour spent on the job. At what point would it cost the same to
have each company come out and do the same amount of work?

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x=the price (in dollars) per bundle of shingles


y=the price (in dollars) per roll of roofing paper
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64. Find the solution to the system of linear equations represented below:
y = 14x + 6

y = 20x + 30
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65, The tennis team is having a bake sale. Cookies sell for $1 each, and cupcakes
are $3 each. If Connie spends $15, and the number of cupcakes is 2 less than twice
the number of cookies, how many cupcakes did she buy?
66. Mallory can type 64 words in 60s seconds, and DuJuan can type 48 words in 45
seconds. How long will it take until they have typed the same number of words?