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**DIRECTIONSRead each question and choose the best answer. Then mark the circle next to the letter for the answer you have chosen.**

- She charges $25 to mow each lawn.
- She spends about $2 on gas to mow each lawn.

How many lawns must Maria mow to earn at least $200?

F | H |

G |

3 | Given the function y = x^{ 2} + 4, what is the value of y when x = 6? |

- The number of minutes she rides a bike can be represented by
*b*. - The number of minutes she walks can be represented by
*w*.

Which equation best represents the number of minutes Ann rides a bike?

Which of these is a correct step for finding the radius of this container?

7 | Which best describes the relationship of the two lines represented by the equations y = x + 3 and y = 2x + 3? |

If the highest and lowest grades are removed, which measure of data will change?

- The height of the wall was 17.4 feet.
- The bottom of the ladder was 4.5 feet from the

base of the wall.

Which is closest to *l*, the length of the ladder?

- There will be an 8% sales tax added to the price of the CD.
- Mr. Ortiz does not want to spend more than $15.

Which inequality can he use to determine *p*, the maximum price of a CD he can buy and stay within his spending limit?

Each point on the curve of the first function has been shifted —

Based on the data shown, which conclusion is correct?

What is the perimeter of quadrilateral *RSTU* in centimeters?

Which equation best represents *w*, the total weight of the milk and the carton, as a function of *v*, the volume of the milk?

F | H |

G |

Which coordinate pair represents the intersection of line *k* and line *m*?

- The company randomly tested 105 lights.
- Seven of the lights did not work.

Based on this information, which is the best prediction of the number of lights that will not work if the company makes 8500 lights?

- Regular gasoline made up 60% of the total amount of gasoline sold.
- The station sold 6,250 gallons of regular gasoline.

Which is closest to the total number of gallons of gasoline sold at the station last week?

Which is closest to the lateral surface area of the cylinder represented by the model above?

Which figure best represents the dilation of rectangle *HLTZ* by a scale factor of 2, using the origin as the center of dilation?

F | H |

G |

A | C |

B |

F | The perimeter of the new triangle would be the original perimeter. |

G | The perimeter of the new triangle would be the original perimeter. |

H | The perimeter of the new triangle would be the original perimeter. |

29 | In the repeating decimal equivalent to , there is a pattern. The first 6 digits after the decimal point are shown below. |

Based on this information, which digit is in the 12th position after the decimal point?

30 | Which of the following best represents a line that contains the point (−4, 5) and has a slope of ? |

F | H |

G |

- The same scale was used for both models.
- The model of the Empire State Building was 6.3 inches tall.
- The model of the Sears Tower was 7.3 inches tall.
- The actual height of the Empire State Building is 1250 feet.

Which of these is closest to the actual height of the Sears Tower?

If quadrilateral *TUVW* is reflected across the *x*-axis, what will be the coordinates of point *U*′?

What is the area of the shaded square?

Which of the following is closest to the volume of the cone?

36 | Which of these is equivalent to ? |

- Chris weighs two pounds more than Hector.
- Together they weigh 314 pounds.

Chris’s weight can be represented by *c*, and Hector’s weight can be represented by *h*. Which system of equations can be used to determine their weights?

- The rectangles have the same width.
- The length of rectangle
*M*is 4 units less than

the length of rectangle*N*.

Which statement about these rectangles must be true?

A |

B |

C |

- The restaurant charges a fee of $250, including tax, for the first 20 people.
- The restaurant charges $12.50, including tax, for each additional person.
- Miss Carpenter cannot spend more than $700 for the party.

What additional information does Miss Carpenter need in order to ensure that she will not spend more than $700?

If the graph is translated 5 units down, what will be the equation of the new graph?

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