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If the graph is translated 7 units down, which of the following best represents the resulting graph?

A | C |

B | D |

If point *K* is the midpoint of *JL*, what are the coordinates of endpoint *J*?

Which 3-dimensional view best represents the same structure?

F | H |

G | J |

A | y > –x + 5 |

B | y < –x + 5 |

C | y < –x + 5 |

D | y > –x + 5 |

Which is closest to the area of the polygon modeled on the geoboard?

8 | Olga plans to take a trip from her house in San Marcos, Texas, to a friend’s house in Zapata, Texas. She measured the distance between the two places on a map and found it to be 8 inches. If the scale on the map is inch represents 14 miles, which is closest to the actual distance in miles between the two places? |

Which is closest to the total surface area of the cube represented by this net?

Which of the following best describes this situation?

If the *y*-intercept is changed to (0, 5) and the slope becomes –4, which statement best describes the relationship between the two lines when they are graphed on the same coordinate grid?

What is the approximate volume in cubic centimeters of this rectangular box?

Which equation best describes the relationship between *x* and *y*?

Which expression represents the area of Tammy’s kitchen floor in square units?

A | –1 |

B | – |

C | – |

D | – |

Mr. Rivera wants to purchase rolls of barbed wire that contain 1380 linear feet of wire per roll and purchase an extra 500 linear feet of wire for a gate for the fence. Which of the following is a correct method for Mr. Rivera to calculate the total number of rolls of barbed wire he will need to purchase?

Which scale factor was used to transform Δ*AHP* to Δ*ENK*?

F |

G |

H |

J |

Record your answer in the space below. Be sure to use the correct place value.

(Your answer must be between 0 and 9999.)

F | H |

G | J |

If Δ*KMP* is a right triangle formed by the placement of 3 squares, what is the area of the shaded square?

Which equation best describes these data?

Which of the following statements is supported by these data?

Which is closest to the lateral surface area of a single coffee can?

Which best describes the relationship shown on the graph?

Which is closest to the length in feet of the diagonal board that Mr. Carpenter used to brace the wooden gate?

If each section of the graph represents part of Lynne’s trip, which part of the trip took the least amount of time?

39 | Which point on the grid below best represents the coordinates ? |

According to the table, which market has the best sale price per cup of cherries?

If *ML* = 10 centimeters, what is the length of *MN*?

A |

B |

C |

D |

If the graph of the original function is shifted 5 units up, which of the following equations best represents the translation of each point on the curve?

47 | What is the simplified form of ? |

A |

B |

C |

D |

Which drawing best represents the top view of this hexagonal solid?

F |

G |

H |

J |

According to the information provided, which of the following pairs of angles are not always congruent?

Which of the following graphs best represents the data shown in the table?

F | H |

G | J |

Which is the best interpretation of this graph?

$1.50 per rose

$1.25 per carnation

$1.25 per carnation

Which of these combinations of roses and carnations will result in bouquets that the florist can sell for exactly $25 each?

I. | 18 roses and 2 carnations |

II. | 6 roses and 10 carnations |

III. | 10 roses and 8 carnations |

IV. | 5 roses and 14 carnations |

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