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Math Concordance:  Math Concordance © 2004 Quincy High School Mathematics Department Helpful Hints:  Helpful Hints We designed this concordance to make it easy to give your students MCAS questions that are relevant to specific sections in each textbook. To navigate this site, simply choose your text, then click on the chapter heading and question of your choice. After doing so, you will notice that each question page has 2 icons in the top left corner. The button will take you back to the last page you viewed. The button will take you back to the home screen where you first chose your text. Due to the limited space on the screen, many open response questions may be difficult to read. They can however be printed and photocopied. If you would like to navigate to a specific question from a specific MCAS exam, simply RIGHT CLICK on your mouse and select 'GO' then 'SLIDE NAVIGATOR'. This will bring up a list of all the MCAS exam questions in chronological order. Credits: This concordance was compiled by the Quincy High School Math Department. The MCAS concordance team members were: Jeff Bretsch, Eric Clifford, Mike Gendron, Scott Pifer, and Kim Quinn MCAS Reference Sheet:  MCAS Reference Sheet Passport Main:  Passport Main Click on the chapter headings below Algebra Main:  Algebra Main Click on the chapter headings below Geometry Main:  Geometry Main Click on the chapter headings below Passport Ch 1:  Passport Ch 1 Passport Ch 2:  Passport Ch 2 Passport Ch 3:  Passport Ch 3 Passport Ch 4:  Passport Ch 4 Passport Ch 5:  Passport Ch 5 Passport Ch 6:  Passport Ch 6 Passport Ch 7:  Passport Ch 7 Passport Ch 8:  Passport Ch 8 Passport Ch 9:  Passport Ch 9 Passport Ch 10:  Passport Ch 10 Passport Ch 11:  Passport Ch 11 Passport Ch 12:  Passport Ch 12 Passport Ch 13:  Passport Ch 13 Passport Ch 14:  Passport Ch 14 Algebra Ch 1:  Algebra Ch 1 Algebra Ch 2:  Algebra Ch 2 Algebra Ch 3:  Algebra Ch 3 Algebra Ch 4:  Algebra Ch 4 Algebra Ch 5:  Algebra Ch 5 Algebra Ch 6:  Algebra Ch 6 Algebra Ch 7:  Algebra Ch 7 Algebra Ch 8:  Algebra Ch 8 Algebra Ch 9:  Algebra Ch 9 Algebra Ch 10:  Algebra Ch 10 Algebra Ch 11:  Algebra Ch 11 Algebra Ch 12:  Algebra Ch 12 Algebra Ch 13:  Algebra Ch 13 Geometry Ch 1:  Geometry Ch 1 Geometry Ch 2:  Geometry Ch 2 Geometry Ch 3:  Geometry Ch 3 Geometry Ch 4:  Geometry Ch 4 Geometry Ch 5:  Geometry Ch 5 Geometry Ch 6:  Geometry Ch 6 Geometry Ch 7:  Geometry Ch 7 Geometry Ch 8:  Geometry Ch 8 Geometry Ch 9:  Geometry Ch 9 Geometry Ch 10:  Geometry Ch 10 Geometry Ch 11:  Geometry Ch 11 Geometry Ch 12:  Geometry Ch 12 2003 Spring #1 mc:  2003 Spring #1 mc A book is 1 inch thick, not including the cover. If the book contains 364 sheets of paper, which measure is closest to the thickness of one sheet of paper? A. 0.003 in. B. 0.030 in. C. 0.300 in. D. 0.364 in. 2003 Spring #2 mc:  2003 Spring #2 mc Alison’s car gets about 32 miles per gallon of gas. If gas prices range from $1.80 to $2.10 a gallon, which of the following is closest to the amount of money Alison will spend on gas for a1200-mile road trip this summer? A. $40 B. $55 C. $75 D. $240 2003 Spring #3 mc:  2003 Spring #3 mc A landing pad for a helicopter is in the shape of a circle with a radius of 7 meters. Which of the following isclosest to the area of the landing pad? A. 44 square meters B. 154 square meters C. 205 square meters D. 308 square meters 2003 Spring #4 mc:  2003 Spring #4 mc The table shows a linear relationship between x and y. What is the value of a ? A. – 18 B. – 14 C. 14 D. 18 2003 Spring #5 mc:  2003 Spring #5 mc What is the simplified form of the expression ? A. B. C. D. 2003 Spring #6 mc:  2003 Spring #6 mc Each of the following statements is true. What is the value of ? A. 1 B. C. D. 9 2003 Spring #7 mc:  2003 Spring #7 mc On the coordinate plane, what is the distance between the points (3, 4) and (11, 10) ? A. 10 B. 7 C. 5 D. 14 2003 Spring #8 mc:  2003 Spring #8 mc Which point most closely indicates the location of on the number line below? A. W B. X C. Y D. Z 2003 Spring #9 mc:  2003 Spring #9 mc If the area of triangle QRS is 64 square inches, what is the area of triangle WYZ ? A. 1 in2 B. 4 in2 C. 8 in2 D. 16 in2 T, U, V, W, Y, and Z are midpoints Q S R W Y Z 2003 Spring #10 mc:  2003 Spring #10 mc Joshua spun the arrow on each spinner shown below exactly once. He recorded the sum of the resulting two numbers. What is the probability that the sum of the resulting two numbers will be 2? A. B. C. D. 1 4 3 2 3 2 1 2003 Spring #11 mc:  2003 Spring #11 mc A rectangle has a perimeter of 44 inches and an area of 72 square inches. What are the lengths of the sides of the rectangle? A. 2 inches and 36 inches B. 4 inches and 18 inches C. 8 inches and 9 inches D. 11 inches and 11 inches 2003 Spring #12 mc:  2003 Spring #12 mc The right cylinder and right cone shown below have the same radius and volume. The cylinder has a height of 12 inches. What is h, the height of the cone? A. 18 inches B. 24 inches C. 36 inches D. 42 inches 12 12 r r h 2003 Spring #13 mc:  2003 Spring #13 mc The volume of a rectangular prism is 6n3 – 4n. The height of the prism is – 2n. What is the area of the base of the prism? A. 3n2 – 2 B. – 3n2 + 2 C. – 3n2 D. 3n2 2003 Spring #14 mc:  2003 Spring #14 mc Which of the following is closest to the value of ? A. 1.1 B. 2.8 C. 6.0 D. 6.3 2003 Spring #15 S.A.:  2003 Spring #15 S.A. What is the solution to the equation 2003 Spring #16 S.A.:  2003 Spring #16 S.A. The volume of the ice cream cone in the diagram below is 12π cubic centimeters. If the height of the ice cream cone is 9 centimeters, what is the diameter of the opening of the cone? 9 cm ? 2003 Spring #17 O.R.:  2003 Spring #17 O.R. 2003 Spring #18 S.A.:  2003 Spring #18 S.A. In the figure below, A, C, and D are collinear, the area of triangle ABC is 24 cm2, and the area of triangle ABD is 40 cm2. If the measure of segment AB is 8 cm., what is the length of segment DC? A. 0.003 in. B. 0.030 in. C. 0.300 in. D. 0.364 in. 2003 Spring #19 S.A.:  2003 Spring #19 S.A. The line plot below shows the average daily temperature in a city for each day during the month of April. 1 What was the median temperature? 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 2003 Spring #20 O.R.:  2003 Spring #20 O.R. 2003 Spring #21 O.R.:  2003 Spring #21 O.R. 2003 Spring #22 mc:  2003 Spring #22 mc Water is flowing from a 1.5-inch nozzle with water pressure of 65 pounds per square inch. The rate (in gallons per minute) at which the water flows from this nozzle is represented by the expression . What is the approximate rate at which the water flows? A. 239 gallons per minute B. 293 gallons per minute C. 359 gallons per minute D. 539 gallons per minute 2003 Spring #23 mc:  2003 Spring #23 mc What is the first term in the exponential sequence below? { ___ , ___ , ___ , 81, 243, 729, . . .} A. 1 B. 3 C. 9 D. 27 2003 Spring #24 mc:  2003 Spring #24 mc Which of the following equations is false for all positive values of n? A. B. C. D. 2003 Spring #25 mc:  2003 Spring #25 mc Which of the graphs below is the result of a REFLECTION of triangle PQR? A. B. C. D. 2003 Spring #26 mc:  2003 Spring #26 mc The probability that a customer will bring 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 items to the express lane in a grocery store is shown in the chart. What is the probability that a customer will bring less than 5 items to the express lane? A. 0.11 B. 0.31 C. 0.44 D. 0.75 Items Brought to an Express Lane 2003 Spring #27 mc:  2003 Spring #27 mc What is the slope of the line defined by the equation shown below? 5x + 2y = 10 A. B. C. D. 2003 Spring #28 mc:  2003 Spring #28 mc Tina solved a quadratic equation and found the solutions to be and 6. Which of the following is equivalent to the quadratic equation that Tina solved? A. (x – 6)(3x + 2) = 0 B. (x – 6)(2x + 3) = 0 C. (x + 6)(2x – 3) = 0 D. (x + 6)(3x – 2) = 0 2003 Spring #29 mc:  2003 Spring #29 mc Amy drew a circle graph to represent the ages of people who were surveyed for a consumer group. Of those surveyed, 30% were over the age of 65. Which one of the following graphs best represents the survey results? 30º 120º 65º 108º This represents the people over 65 A. B. C. D. 2003 Spring #30 mc:  2003 Spring #30 mc Which of the following equations best represents the line of best fit for these data? 300 250 200 150 100 50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 y = 110 B. y = 110 x C. y = x + 55 D. y = – x + 55 2003 Spring #31 O.R.:  2003 Spring #31 O.R. An art collector paid $7,000 for two paintings, a portrait and a landscape, at the same auction. Each painting cost $3,500. a. The collector predicts that the portrait will increase in value by $600 per year. If she is correct, how many years after the date of purchase will the value of the portrait painting first be at least twice its original cost? Show or explain how you obtained your answer. b. Two years after the date of purchase, the portrait was appraised at $4900. What was the percent of increase from the collector’s purchase price to the appraised value? Show or explain how you obtained your answer. c. The collector predicts that the value of the landscape painting will increase by 15% per year. If she is correct, what will its value be one year after the date of purchase? Show or explain how you obtained your answer. d. Assume that the landscape painting continues to increase in value according to the collector’s prediction. How many years from the date of purchase will its value first be twice its original cost? Show or explain how you obtained your answer. 2003 Spring #32 mc:  2003 Spring #32 mc Based on the stem-and-leaf plot, what percent of the teachers are over 50 years of age? A. 26% B. 47% C. 51% D. 52% 2003 Spring #33 mc:  2003 Spring #33 mc The diagram below shows the location of on a coordinate plane. Suppose that is rotated 180°clockwise about the origin. What are the coordinates of the image of point E ? A. ( - 2, - 4) B. (- 4, - 2) C. (4, - 2) D. (- 4, 2) E F (4, 2) (6, 2) 2003 Spring #34 mc:  2003 Spring #34 mc The trapezoid pictured below has the measurements shown. Which measure is closest to the perimeter of the trapezoid? A. 41 inches B. 59 inches C. 64 inches D. 66 inches 14 9 27 9 2003 Spring #35 mc:  2003 Spring #35 mc Jennifer keeps a box under her bed to store clothes. The box is in the shape of a rectangular prism as shown in the figure. Jennifer’s sister, Molly, made a box that had the same height as Jennifer’s box. Molly, however, realized that she could triple the length and double the width and it would still fit under her bed. What is the ratio of the volume of Molly’s box to the volume of Jennifer’s box? A. 6:1 B. 12:1 C. 36:1 D. 216:1 2003 Spring #36 mc:  2003 Spring #36 mc The perimeter of a child’s rectangular play yard is 64 yards. The length and width of the yard are consecutive odd integers. If the length (x) is the longer of the two dimensions, what is the width of the play yard? A. 15 yards B. 17 yards C. 31 yards D. 33 yards 2003 Spring #37 mc:  2003 Spring #37 mc The mean exam score for 31 students in a geometry class was 79. The median exam score for the same set of students was 75. Two additional students took the exam at a later time and scored 65 and 93. How did the mean and median change when these two additional scores were included? A. The median increased and the mean stayed the same. B. The median stayed the same and the mean increased. C. The median and the mean both stayed the same. D. The median and the mean increased. 2003 Spring #38 mc:  2003 Spring #38 mc Julia and Marcia bought identically priced cans of chili and identically priced jars of salsa to make a dip. • Julia bought 3 cans of chili and 2 jars of salsa for $10.07. • Marcia bought 2 cans of chili and 4 jars of salsa for $12.98. Which of the following systems of equations could be used to find x, the cost of one can of chili, and y, the cost of one jar of salsa? A. x + y = 10.07 B. 10.07x + 12.98y = 11 x + y = 12.98 x + y = 11 C. 2x + 4y = 10.07 D. 3x + 2y = 10.07 2x + 3y = 12.98 2x + 4y = 12.98 2003 Spring #39 mc:  2003 Spring #39 mc Jenny studied the effect of light on plant growth. She graphed a scatterplot to represent her data. Which of the following best represents the equation for the line of best fit for the data shown? A. y = – 0.4x + 5 B. y = 0.4x + 5 C. y = – 4x + 5 D. y = 4x + 5 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 2003 Spring #40 mc:  2003 Spring #40 mc A cup in the shape of a cone has a height of 8 units and a radius of 4 units as shown. The water in the cup reaches a height of 5 units. What is the value of r, the radius of the surface of the water? A. 1.6 units B. 2.5 units C. 6.4 units D. 10.0 units 5 8 4 r 2003 Spring #41 O.R.:  2003 Spring #41 O.R. When a map of the Caribbean Sea is placed on a grid, Island A is represented by A (2, 1), and Island B is represented by B (6, 4). Graph and label these points on a graph. a. What is the length of line segment on the grid? Show or explain how you got your answer. b. If each unit on the grid represents 12 actual miles, what is the shortest distance in miles from Island A to Island B? Show or explain how you got your answer. c. On the same map and grid, Island C is represented by C (2, 3). Graph point C on the same grid used in part a. What is the least possible number of miles in a complete round trip of the three islands? (From A to B to C and back to A). Show or explain your answer. 2003 Spring #42 O.R.:  2003 Spring #42 O.R. 2002 Fall #1 mc:  2002 Fall #1 mc The graph below models the value of a piece of construction equipment as it depreciates over 10 years. What was the original value of the piece of construction equipment? A. $10,000 B. $20,000 C. $100,000 D. $200,000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 200 150 100 50 0 Value (in thousands) Years 2002 Fall #2 mc:  2002 Fall #2 mc Which of the following points on the number line is closest to ? A. W B. X * C. Y D. Z 2002 Fall #3 mc:  2002 Fall #3 mc Donna runs 6 miles in 1 hour. At this rate, how long will it take Donna to run 4 miles? A. hour B. hour C. hour D. hour 2002 Fall #4 mc:  2002 Fall #4 mc Triangle ABC is inscribed in circle O as shown in the figure below. What is the measure of ? A. 30° B. 45° C. 60° D. 90° A C B 2x x 2002 Fall #5 mc:  2002 Fall #5 mc Cheryl went to a parking lot and tallied the number of cars of each color that she saw there. She found that 15% of the cars were green, 20% were black, and 15% were white. The rest were other colors. Which circle graph best represents the results of Cheryl’s tally? 2002 Fall #6 mc:  . 2002 Fall #6 mc Simplify the expression below. A. B. C. 2 D. 20 2002 Fall #7 mc:  . 2002 Fall #7 mc Jerry attended a computer software conference. • He paid $12.00 for admission. • He spent $11.50 for lunch. • He paid $1.50 for each workshop ticket. If Jerry had a total of $35.00 to spend at the conference, which of the following inequalities could be used to determine n, the maximum number of workshop tickets that Jerry could have purchased? A. B. C. D. 2002 Fall #8 mc:  . 2002 Fall #8 mc Tammy has a box in the shape of the cube shown below. The cube has a star on the top and the bottom, and a flower on each of the other four faces. Which of the following patterns could Tammy have used to form the box? 2002 Fall #9 mc:  . 2002 Fall #9 mc Which of the following best represents the equation of the line shown on the graph below? A. B. C. D. 2002 Fall #10 mc:  . 2002 Fall #10 mc Each of 50 people bowled one game in a charity event at a bowling center. The results of the games are shown in the chart below. A. 6% of the bowlers scored more than 200. B. 52% of the bowlers scored less than 100. C. The median score is between 51 and 100. D. The median score is between 101 and 150. * Based on the information in the chart, which of the following statements about the bowlers’ scores is true? 2002 Fall #11 mc:  . 2002 Fall #11 mc Oldwick High School has a population of 2345 students. A survey showed that 34% of the student population would like to have hamburgers as a daily choice for lunch. Which of the following is closest to 34% of the student population? A. 340 students B. 800 students C. 1200 students D. 1600 students 2002 Fall #12 mc:  . 2002 Fall #12 mc Victoria’s automobile used approximately 5.8 gallons of gas to travel a total of 173 miles. Which of the following is closest to the number of miles per gallon Victoria’s automobile averaged on this trip? A. 3 miles per gallon B. 20 miles per gallon C. 30 miles per gallon D. 36 miles per gallon 2002 Fall #13 mc:  . 2002 Fall #13 mc Terry plans to spend about $100 at the hardware store. The items he will buy are listed below. • 2 boards priced at $12.99 each, • 12 feet of piping priced at $1.98 per foot, • 2 sheets of aluminum roofing priced at $9.95 per sheet, and • as many quarts of paint as possible priced at $6.95 per quart. If Terry wants to keep the before-tax total less than $100, what is the greatest number of quarts of paint he can buy? A. 2 B. 4 C. 6 D. 8 2002 Fall #14 mc:  . 2002 Fall #14 mc The right cylinder shown below has a height of 10 inches. The base of the cylinder has a circumference of inches. What is the lateral surface area of the cylinder? A. square inches B. square inches C. square inches D. square inches 10 inches 2002 Fall #15 sa:  . 2002 Fall #15 sa The table below shows the total number of possible outcomes when tossing different numbers of coins. What is the exact number of coins that can be tossed to obtain a total of 64 different possible outcomes? 2002 Fall #16 sa:  . 2002 Fall #16 sa Two groups of high school students visited the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. The two groups did not have the same number of students, but each group paid a total of $108 for their tickets. How many students were in each group? Admission Costs: Basketball Hall of Fame 2002 Fall #17 or:  . 2002 Fall #17 or On a high school football team, the 7 starting players on the offensive line weigh 192, 217, 235, 224, 218, 210, and 195 pounds. The 4 starting players in the offensive backfield weigh 180, 169, 182, and 177 pounds. Round all answers to the nearest whole pound. Show all your work. a. What is the mean weight of the offensive linemen? b. What is the mean weight of the offensive backfield? c. What is the mean weight of the entire team? d. Is the mean weight of the entire team closer to the mean weight of the offensive linemen than to the mean weight of the offensive backfield? Explain your reasoning. 2002 Fall #18 sa:  . 2002 Fall #18 sa Triangle ACD shown below is similar to triangle ABE. • the measure of = 6 units • the measure of = 8 units • the measure of = 12 units What is the measure of ? A B C 8 units 6 units D E 2002 Fall #19 sa:  . 2002 Fall #19 sa When 100 is divided by a number n, the quotient is 14 with a remainder of 2. What is the value of n? 2002 Fall #20 or:  . 2002 Fall #20 or Daniel’s uncle has hired him to paint the two silos that he uses to store grain on his farm. Each of the silos is in the shape of a right circular cylinder. Show or explain how you got your answer. a. The first silo has a diameter of 18 feet and a height of 35 feet. What is its lateral surface area? b. Daniel knows that one can of paint will cover 500 square feet. What is the least number of cans of paint he will need in order to paint the lateral surface area of the first silo? c. A second silo Daniel will paint has a diameter that is twice the diameter of the first silo. The heights of the two silos are equal. How does the lateral surface area of the second silo compare to the lateral surface area of the first silo? d. What is the least number of cans of paint Daniel will need in order to paint the second silo? 2002 Fall #21 or:  . 2002 Fall #21 or Each morning at camp, Cindy and Josie swam across a pond. To determine the distance they swam, they placed rocks along straight lines at positions indicated by A, B, C, D, and E on the sketch below. The rocks were placed so that the angles created at A and E were right angles. a. What is the ratio of the longer given distance to the shorter given distance in triangle BED? b. Are triangles BAC and BED similar? Explain your reasoning. c. Write a proportion that can be used to find d, the distance across the pond. d. What is d, the distance across the pond? Be sure to show your work. 2002 Fall #22 mc:  . 2002 Fall #22 mc Greg is self-employed, and his weekly income varies. The bar graph displays the number of weeks in which he earned each of the amounts shown. Based on the bar graph, what is Greg’s median weekly income? A. $300 B. $400 * C. $500 D. $600 20 15 10 5 Number of Weeks 200 300 400 500 600 Weekly Income ($) 2002 Fall #23 mc:  . 2002 Fall #23 mc Ms. Gill told her students to draw a rectangle with these properties. • The length is 3 inches longer than the width. • The area is 40 square inches. What is the width of this rectangle? A. 5 inches * B. 8 inches C. 8.5 inches D. 10 inches 2002 Fall #24 mc:  . 2002 Fall #24 mc The chart shows the number of tiles for each letter in a word game. There are a total of 100 letter tiles in the game. Susan is the first player to select one letter tile. What is the probability that she will select either M, A, T, or H letter tile as her first selection? A. B. C. D. 2002 Fall #25 mc:  . 2002 Fall #25 mc Paul received a bill for repairing his car as shown in the table below. The cost of repairing Paul’s car is the price for parts plus the cost of labor. What was the charge per hour for the labor? A. $28.00 per hour B. $41.00 per hour C. $69.00 per hour D. $196.00 per hour 2002 Fall #26 mc:  . 2002 Fall #26 mc A boat traveled 4 miles due east away from a dock. Then it turned and traveled 5 miles due north. Finally, it turned again and traveled back to the dock as shown in the figure below. Which of the following is closest to the total distance the boat traveled? A. 12 miles B. 13 miles C. 15 miles D. 18 miles Dock 4 miles 5 miles 2002 Fall #27 mc:  . 2002 Fall #27 mc What are the solutions to the equation below? A. 7, -1.5 B. 4.5,1.0 C. 1, -21 D. 7, -3 2002 Fall #28 mc:  . 2002 Fall #28 mc If the arrow on the spinner shown below is spun once, what is the probability it will land on the space labeled 1? A. 0.080 B. 0.125 C. 0.250 D. 0.450 2002 Fall #29 mc:  2002 Fall #29 mc Thomas is installing a 100-foot-long roll of a 15-foot-wide piece of carpet. Thomas located a roll of similar carpeting that was 12 feet wide. How many feet of the 12-foot-wide roll of carpeting does Thomas need to equal the area of the 15-foot-wide roll of carpeting? A. 80 feet B. 112 feet C. 125 feet * D. 154 feet 2002 Fall #30 mc:  2002 Fall #30 mc The box-and-whisker plot shown below represents the approximate length (in centimeters) of fish caught by a certain fisherman. What is the range of the data? A. 23 centimeters B. 32 centimeters C. 78 centimeters D. 95 centimeters 17 51 69 83 95 2002 Fall #31 or:  2002 Fall #31 or A swimming pool in the shape of a right rectangular prism has a length of 30 feet and a width of 15 feet. The pool is partially filled to a depth of 4.25 feet of water. a. Find the volume of the water in the pool. b. Find the number of gallons of water in the pool. (To calculate the number of gallons of water, use G = 7.5V , where G is the number of gallons and V is the volume of the swimming pool in cubic feet.) c. During a rainstorm, the water level in the pool rises from 4.25 feet to 4.42 feet. How many gallons of water have been added to the pool as a result? d. If water is added to the pool so it contains 16,875 gallons, what is the depth of the water in the pool? 2002 Fall #32 mc:  2002 Fall #32 mc Marguerite calculated the value of the expression using the steps shown below. • Step 1: She calculated the product of 6 and 5 • Step 2: She calculated the product of 6 and • Step 3: She added the two products she calculated in Step 1 and Step 2 Which property of the real numbers did she use? A. associative property of multiplication B. commutative property of multiplication C. distributive property * D. additive inverse property 2002 Fall #33 mc:  2002 Fall #33 mc If the pressure of a given sample of gas is held constant, then its temperature and its volume are directly proportional to each other. Which of the following graphs best represents this relationship? 2002 Fall #34 mc:  2002 Fall #34 mc The circle graph represents the ages of the students at the Paterson Karate Studio. The degree measures for each sector are given. Which is closest to the percent of students whose ages are 18 and under? A. 23% B. 36% C. 39% D. 64% 2002 Fall #35 mc:  2002 Fall #35 mc The Venn diagram below represents the relationship between Trapezoids, Rectangles, Squares, Rhombuses, and Quadrilaterals. According to the diagram, which statement is not correct? A. Every rhombus is a square. B. Every square is a rectangle. C. No trapezoid is a rhombus. D. No rectangle is a trapezoid. Q T R S R 2002 Fall #36 mc:  2002 Fall #36 mc Garvin made 16 quarts of punch for a party. He mixed juice and ginger ale in a ratio of 3:1. He did not like the taste, so he added 4 more quarts of ginger ale to the punch. The ratio of juice to ginger ale was then A. 1:1 B. 2:3 C. 3:1 D. 3:2 2002 Fall #37 mc:  2002 Fall #37 mc Tykwan guides groups on nature trails. He is paid $15 per group for the short trail and $20 per group for the long trail. If 80% of Tykwan’s groups take the short trail, what is the total number of groups he must guide to earn a total of $400? A. 5 B. 12 C. 20 D. 25 * 2002 Fall #38 mc:  2002 Fall #38 mc The first four triangular numbers are 1, 3, 6, and 10, as shown in the figure below. What is the 10th triangular number? A. 34 B. 45 C. 55 D. 640 2002 Fall #39 mc:  2002 Fall #39 mc The equation d = 24w + 180 represents d, the demand for a CD at Jim’s Music Store after w, weeks. The equation s = 800 - 100w represents s, the supply for the same CD after w weeks. After how many weeks will the demand for the CD equal the supply? A. 4 B. 5 * C. 8 D. 13 2002 Fall #40 mc:  2002 Fall #40 mc Based on this information, which of the following is closest to the value of h, the height of the vertical support? A. 16 feet B. 20 feet C. 28 feet D. 32 feet A 30 ft. B h 10 ft. In order to stabilize a tightrope at a circus, a wire that has a length of 30 feet is attached from the top of the vertical support at point A to point B on the ground. Point B is 10 feet from the base of the vertical support as shown in the figure below. 2002 Fall #41 or:  2002 Fall #41 or The world’s first Ferris wheel had a diameter of 250 feet. The London Eye, the world’s largest Ferris wheel, was built in London in 1999 and has a diameter of 443 feet. a. To the nearest foot, what was the circumference of the Chicago Ferris Wheel? b. To the nearest foot, what is the circumference of the London Eye? c. The London Eye makes one complete revolution in hour. At what rate (in feet per minute) do the gondolas move? d. The gondolas on both wheels move the same number of feet per minute. To the nearest minute, how many minutes would it take a gondola on the Chicago Ferris Wheel to make one complete revolution? 2002 Fall #42 or:  2002 Fall #42 or Suppose that a piano costs $5000 and loses 20% of its value each year. The table shows the value, v, of a piano after, t, years. a. Complete the missing values in the table above. b. Using the data in your table, draw and label a graph that shows the relationship between t and v. c. After how many years will the piano first be valued at less than $500? d. What will the value of the piano be after 16 years? 2002 Spring #1mc:  2002 Spring #1mc The cone shown below has a radius of 8 feet and a height of 12 feet. What is the volume of the cone? A. 32pi cubic feet B. 256pi cubic feet C. 374pi cubic feet D. 768pi cubic feet 2002 Spring #2 mc:  Darlene went to the hardware store to purchase 581 feet of rope. The rope costs $0.61 per yard. Which is closest to the amount of money Darlene needs to purchase the rope? A. $100.00 B. $120.00 C. $360.00 D. $1080.00 2002 Spring #2 mc 2002 Spring #3 mc:  2002 Spring #3 mc The figure below shows a house with an attic, represented by with AC=BC. The distance from A to B is 42 feet. The slope (commonly referred to as the pitch) of the roof is 2/3 (two thirds). What is the height, h, of the attic? A. 14 feet B. 28 feet C. 32 feet D. 63 feet 2002 Spring #4 mc:  2002 Spring #4 mc A company packages breakfast cereal in the two sizes of right cylindrical containers shown below. The containers are similar in shape. How many cubic inches does the large container hold? A. 90 cubic inches B. 135 cubic inches C. 360 cubic inches D. 540 cubic inches 4 in. 6 in. 10 in. 2002 Spring #5 mc:  2002 Spring #5 mc Which equation shows the relationship between the number of calculators, n, and the total cost, C? C = 300 + n C = 300 + 0.08n C = 300 + 12.5n C = 300 + 15n 2002 Spring #6 mc:  2002 Spring #6 mc Lani had a box that contained: 1 blue marble, 1 green marble, 1 purple marble, 1 yellow marble and 2 red marbles. Lani removed one marble without looking, and she recorded the result. She placed the marble back in the box and repeated the procedure one more time. What is the probability that Lani removed a red marble followed by a blue marble? A. 1/36 B. 1/18 C. 1/3 D. 1/2 2002 Spring #7 mc:  2002 Spring #7 mc What is the value of the expression 3|2 - 4| - 7? A. -13 B. -1 C. 1 D. 13 2002 Spring #8 mc:  2002 Spring #8 mc This question was thrown out. 2002 Spring #9 mc:  2002 Spring #9 mc A landscape artist is designing two triangular flowerbeds so that: • • encloses Flowerbed 1. • encloses Flowerbed 2. • The measure of is 50° and the measure of is 75°. What is the measure of ? A. 50° B. 55° C. 75° D. 105° 2002 Spring #10 mc:  2002 Spring #10 mc Which of the following equations best represents the data in the graph? A. y = 2x + 3 B. y = (1/2)x + 3 C. y = 2x - 3 D. y = (1/2)x - 3 2002 Spring #11mc:  2002 Spring #11mc Which of the following equations does not represent a linear relationship? A. xy = 12 B. x + y = 12 C. y = 12x D. x - y = 12 2002 Spring #12 mc:  2002 Spring #12 mc Solve the inequality for x. A. B. C. D. 2002 Spring #13 mc:  2002 Spring #13 mc The number of bacteria in a culture doubles each hour. Which graph below best represents this situation? A. C. D. 2002 Spring #14mc:  2002 Spring #14mc 20 players’ heights on a soccer team are recorded in the box-and-whisker plot below. 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 Which of the following statements is true? A. The mean height of the team is 69 in. B. Half the heights are between 67 and 72 in. C. The shortest player on the team is 67 in. D. The range of heights on the team is 5 in. 2002 Spring #15 sa:  2002 Spring #15 sa Solve the following equation for x. 2002 Spring #16 sa:  2002 Spring #16 sa Geoffrey is building a patio. The patio will be made of bricks. The top diagram shows the shape of each brick. Geoffrey can combine two bricks side-by-side to make different shapes. Here’s an example of one combination of two bricks. Draw the combination of two bricks that would have the smallest base perimeter? 2002 Spring #17 or:  2002 Spring #17 or Casey placed six identical cards in a box. Each card was marked with one integer using each of the integers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 once. Casey drew two cards at random, one at a time, without replacing the first card. A. Make a list, chart, or diagram of the possible outcomes when choosing two cards. B. What is the probability that the sum of the integers on the two cards is greater than 9? C. Based on part A., what is the most frequently occurring sum of the integers? What is the probability that this sum will occur? 2002 Spring #18 sa:  2002 Spring #18 sa What is the simplest form of the expression 2002 Spring #19 sa:  2002 Spring #19 sa Triangle ABC is inscribed in a circle O. What is the measure of A? A B C O 2002 Spring #20 or:  2002 Spring #20 or Theresa took a test that had a total of 50 questions. There were 20 open response questions and 30 short-answer questions on the test. a. There was a total of 100 points on the test; each question on the test was worth the same number of points. How many points was each question worth? b. Suppose that 90% was the minimum score for an A on this test. How many questions could Theresa answer incorrectly and still earn an A? c. If Theresa answered all of the short-answer questions correctly, what is the minimum percent of open-response questions that Theresa must answer correctly in order to receive a score of 90% on the test? 2002 Spring #21 or:  2002 Spring #21 or 2002 Spring #22 mc:  2002 Spring #22 mc Question 22 The rectangle shown below has a width of 2.5 feet and a perimeter of 13 feet. What is the area of the rectangle? A. 4 square feet B. 8 square feet C. 10 square feet D. 10.5 square feet . 2.5 2002 Spring #23 mc:  2002 Spring #23 mc Isaac is going to draw STU on the grid shown below so that it is congruent to PQR. He located point S at (1, 0) and point T at (4, 4). Which of the following coordinates represents a possible location for point U? A. (3, 6) B. (3, 7) C. (4, 3) D. (4, 7) 2002 Spring #24 mc:  2002 Spring #24 mc An important formula in statistics is Which of the following represents this equation solved for x in terms of z, , and ? A. B. C. D. 2002 Spring #25 mc:  2002 Spring #25 mc Mr. Corbett received a $100 per month raise. He increased the transportation expense portion of the budget by $100. What portion of the Corbetts’ income is now being spent on transportation expenses? A. 14 percent B. 19 percent C. 20 percent D. 21 percent The Corbett family has a total monthly income of $2,000. 2002 Spring #26 mc:  2002 Spring #26 mc A company that makes ballet shoes surveyed 200 customers. Each customer voted for one favorite color of ballet shoe. Which of the following is the best estimate of the number of votes for 'Pink'? A. 80 B. 110 C. 140 D. 170 2002 Spring #27 mc:  2002 Spring #27 mc If the graphs of and are drawn on the same axes, they will: A. not intersect. B. intersect at (5, 10). C. intersect at (4, 60). D. intersect at (12, 100). 2002 Spring #28 mc:  2002 Spring #28 mc Let x and y be real numbers with . Which of the following is always a real number that lies between x and y ? A. B. C. D. 2002 Spring #29 mc:  2002 Spring #29 mc The average life spans of some animals are shown in the chart below. Based on the chart, which of the following statistics yields the greatest numerical value? A. mean B. median C. mode D. range 2002 Spring #30 mc:  2002 Spring #30 mc Janet is playing a game using two spinners. She will spin the arrow on each spinner once and will move a specified number of steps forward or backward according to the results. What is the probability that Janet will have to move backward less than 4 steps? A. B. C. D. 2002 Spring #31 or:  2002 Spring #31 or When a diver goes underwater, the weight of the water exerts pressure on the diver. The water pressure on the diver increases as the depth increases. A. What will be the water pressure at a depth of 60 feet? And 100 feet? B. Write an equation that describes the relationship between the depth, D, and the pressure, P, C. Use Part B to find the depth of the diver, if the water pressure on the diver is 46.2 lbs. per square inch. 2002 Spring #32 mc:  2002 Spring #32 mc In her closet, Megan has 6 different T-shirts, 5 different pairs of shorts, and 2 different hats. She pulls out 1 T-shirt, 1 pair of shorts, and 1 hat without looking. How many different combinations of 1 T-shirt, 1 pair of shorts, and 1 hat are possible? A. 11 B. 16 C. 32 D. 60 2002 Spring #33 mc:  2002 Spring #33 mc Question 33 The can of corn shown below is a right circular cylinder with a height of 11cm. The volume of the can is 486 cubic centimeters. What is the approximate radius of the can of corn? A. 1.3 cm B. 3.8 cm C. 7.0 cm D. 14.1 cm . 2002 Spring #34 mc:  2002 Spring #34 mc Question 33 The bar graph below shows the distribution of scores on a biology test. Biology Test Scores Number of Students 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 65 or less 66-75 76-85 86 or more Which of the following is not a valid conclusion? A. The total number of students tested was 27. B. At least 5 students scored fewer than 60 points. C. A total of 9 students scored 75 points or fewer. D. At least 8 students scored more than 80 points. 2002 Spring #35 mc:  2002 Spring #35 mc The lengths of three sides of a triangle are 5, 9, and x, all measured in centimeters. What are all possible values of x? A. B. C. D. 2002 Spring #36 mc:  2002 Spring #36 mc A set contains the numbers Which of the following statements is true? A. The set contains 8 irrational numbers. B. The set contains 7 irrational numbers. C. The set contains 3 irrational numbers. D. The set contains 2 irrational numbers. 2002 Spring #37 mc:  2002 Spring #37 mc Aircraft design engineers use the formula to determine the safe landing speed of aircraft where: V is safe landing speed L is gross weight C is lift coefficient S is wing surface area What is the safe landing speed for a plane with a gross weight of 9000 lbs., a wing surface area of 225 , and lift coefficient of 2.8? A. 4 ft per sec B. 110 ft per sec C. 414 ft per sec D. 22,000 ft per sec 2002 Spring #38 mc:  2002 Spring #38 mc On January 1, 2000, a car had a value of $15,000. Each year after that, the car’s value will decrease by 20 percent of the previous year’s value. Which expression represents the car’s value on January 1, 2003? A. B. C. D. 2002 Spring #39 mc:  2002 Spring #39 mc Which of the following equations represents a line that is parallel to the line and passes through the point (0, -8)? A. B. C. D. 2002 Spring #40 mc:  2002 Spring #40 mc What is the effect on the circumference of a circle if the circle’s radius is doubled? A. The circumference is multiplied by 2. B. The circumference is multiplied by 4. C. The circumference is multiplied by 8. D. The circumference stays the same. 2002 Spring #41 or:  2002 Spring #41 or Cube A is a 1-inch solid cube. Figure B shows a 1-inch solid cube after a hole has been drilled through its center. The diameter of the cylindrical hole is 0.5 inches, and its height is perpendicular to two opposite faces of the original cube. a. What is the total surface area of Cube A? b. What is the total surface area of Figure B? 2002 Spring #42 or:  2002 Spring #42 or 2001 Fall #1 mc:  2001 Fall #1 mc The figure below shows angle ABC formed by the hands of the clock at 4 o’clock. What is the measure of angle ABC? A. 60° B. 90° C. 120° . D. 150° 2001 Fall #2 mc:  2001 Fall #2 mc Which of the following statements about is not true? A. is an irrational number B. is an integer C. is a real number D. is a rational number 2001 Fall #3 mc:  2001 Fall #3 mc Sarah surveyed her friends to see which of Shakespeare’s plays they had read during the school year. Her results are shown in the Venn diagram below. How many of Sarah’s friends read Julius Caesar but not Romeo and Juliet? A. 3 C. 5 B. 4 D. 7 Macbeth Julius Caesar 4 Romeo and Juliet 3 8 3 2 1 1 1 2001 Fall #4 mc:  2001 Fall #4 mc Which of the following is the value of a  2b 2 for a = 19 and b = 2? A. 3 B. 11 C. 27 D. 35 2001 Fall #5 mc:  2001 Fall #5 mc The cost of printing different numbers of copies of a book is shown on the graph below. Which equation represents the cost, C, of printing n copies of the book? A. C = 400 + n B. C = 400 + 2n C. C = 400 + 50n D. C = 400 + 250n Cost of printing a book 0 50 100 150 200 250 Number of copies $1000 $800 $600 $400 $200 C o s t 2001 Fall #6 mc:  2001 Fall #6 mc If the pattern in the table continues, which of the following expressions represents an ? A. 2n  1 B. (n  1)2 C. 3(n  1) D. n 2  1 n 1 2 3 4 5 6 an 0 3 8 15 24 35 2001 Fall #7 mc:  2001 Fall #7 mc What is the value of the expression 3(2  4)2 + 3? A.  33 B.  9 C. 15 D. 39 2001 Fall #8 mc:  2001 Fall #8 mc The bar graph below show a group of students’ scores on a history quiz. Which of the following statements is not correct? A. Thirty-seven students took the quiz. B. The mode score was 70 on the quiz. C. The mean and the D. Exactly 50% of the median scores on the quiz students scored 70 are the same. or higher on the quiz Scores on History Quiz 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 scores 2001 Fall #9 mc:  2001 Fall #9 mc William and Janine have a total of $25 to pay for dinner, including 20% for tax and tip. Janine ordered a meal that cost $8.95 before tax and tip. Which of the following is the highest-priced meal that William can order, before tax and tip, without spending more than a total of $35 for both meals? A. $5.95 C. $10.95 B. $7.95 D. $12.95 2001 Fall #10 mc:  2001 Fall #10 mc Which of the following statements is true? A. = 10 B. andlt; 10 C. andgt; 10 D. andlt; 9 2001 Fall #11 mc:  2001 Fall #11 mc Ms. Kramer asked her students to report the number of hours they studied for their statistics test. The day after the test, she plotted the results on the scatterplot shown below. Which of the following equations correctly approximates the line of best fit? A. y = -10x + 30 B. y = -10x + 60 C. y = 10x + 30 D. y = 10x + 60 Relationship of Hours of Study to Test Scores 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Hours Studied Test Scores 2001 Fall #12 mc:  2001 Fall #12 mc Each figure below shows the number of concrete blocks needed to border 3 sides of a shaded area. If the pattern continues, which of the following expressions represents the number of concrete blocks needed to border 3 sides of an n x n shaded area? A. 5n B. n3 C. 3n D. 3n + 2 1 x 1 Shaded Area 2 x 2 Shaded Area 3 x 3 Shaded Area 2001 Fall #13 mc:  2001 Fall #13 mc A linear relationship between x and y is shown in the above table. What is the value of a? A. a = 29 B. a = 3 C. a = - 3 D. a = - 10 x y –5 0 1 2 3 a 5 2 –1 –4 2001 Fall #14 mc:  2001 Fall #14 mc In the graph below, figure M was rotated clockwise about the origin to generate figure T. What was the angle of rotation of figure M about the origin? A. 90 B. 180 C. 270 D. 360 2001 Fall #15 sa:  2001 Fall #15 sa Solve the following equation for x. 2x2 + 5x  3 = 0 2001 Fall #16 sa:  2001 Fall #16 sa In the figure shown below, BC = 18 inches and AD = 18 inches. What is the measure of ADC 2001 Fall #17 sa:  2001 Fall #17 sa The wheel on Javier’s wheelbarrow has a radius of 6 inches. Javier pushed the wheelbarrow so that the wheel rotated 3 times. How many inches did the wheel travel in 3 rotations? 2001 Fall #18 sa:  2001 Fall #18 sa The area of a rectangle in square inches is represented by the expression x2 + 2x  8. The length of the rectangle is x + 4 inches. What is the expression for the width of the rectangle in inches? 2001 Fall #19 or:  2001 Fall #19 or 2001 Fall #20 or:  2001 Fall #20 or 2001 Fall #21 or:  2001 Fall #21 or 2001 Fall #22 mc:  2001 Fall #22 mc Leena works for the park service. She wants to estimate the population of a particular species of fish in a park lake. She obtained samples on which to base her estimate by casting a net in each of seven locations in the lake, counting the fish she caught, then releasing the fish. Her results are shown in the table below. What is the mean number of fish caught? A. 13 B. 14 C. 17 D. 18 Results of Fish Sampling 2001 Fall #23 mc:  2001 Fall #23 mc The rectangle shown below has an area of 51 square inches and a length of 10.2 inches. What is the perimeter of the rectangle? A. 15.2 inches B. 20.2 inches C. 30.4 inches D. 40.8 inches 10.2 inches 2001 Fall #24 mc:  2001 Fall #24 mc The distance from Boston, Massachusetts to Princeton, New Jersey is approximately 418 kilometers. What is the approximate distance in miles between Boston and Princeton? (1 mile  1.609 kilometers) A. 160 miles B. 260 miles C. 500 miles D. 670 miles 2001 Fall #25 mc:  2001 Fall #25 mc Approximately of Hamilton High’s 1153 students leave campus for lunch. Which of the following is closest to the number of students who do not leave campus for lunch? A. 400 B. 600 C. 700 D. 800 2001 Fall #26 mc:  2001 Fall #26 mc Two points, A and B, are located on the grid below. What is the distance between A and B? A. B. C. 5 D. 6 2001 Fall #27 mc:  2001 Fall #27 mc A journalist is interested in estimating the percentage of Massachusetts residents who support the use of state tax dollars to pay for a new civic center in Springfield. Which of the following would result in the most reliable estimate? A. Survey 100 randomly selected civic center board members. B. Survey 100 randomly selected Boston residents. C. Survey 100 randomly selected Springfield residents. D. Survey 100 randomly selected Massachusetts residents. 2001 Fall #28 mc:  2001 Fall #28 mc The formula is used to calculate the number of seconds, t, it takes to hear a splash after dropping an object into a well that is d feet deep. Which is closest to the number of seconds it takes to hear a splash after dropping an object into a well that is 200 feet deep? A. 3.55 seconds B. 3.72 seconds C. 7.25 seconds D. 50.18 seconds 2001 Fall #29 mc:  2001 Fall #29 mc The table below shows the location of five selected points on a number line. Based on the data in the table, which of the following number lines best represents the correct location of all five points? A. B. C. D. A C E D B 0 1 A C D B E 0 1 A D C B E 0 1 A D C E B 0 1 Point Location on the Number line A B C D E 0.13 25 X 10-2 2001 Fall #30 mc:  2001 Fall #30 mc Use the equation to answer the question. y = 2x As the value of x becomes negative and continues to decrease, what happens to the value of y ? A. y becomes negative B. y gets closer to 1 C. y gets closer to 0 D. y gets closer to x 2001 Fall #31 or:  2001 Fall #31 or 2001 Fall #32 mc:  2001 Fall #32 mc According to the graph, which is the closest to the difference in the yearly earnings of a person with a Master’s Degree and the yearly earnings of a person with no high school diploma? A. $25,000 B. $30,000 C. $35,000 D. $40,000 2001 Fall #33 mc:  2001 Fall #33 mc What is the effect on the area of a circle if the radius of the circle is doubled? A. The area is multiplied by 2. B. The area is multiplied by 4. C. The area is multiplied by 8. D. The area stays the same. 2001 Fall #34 mc:  2001 Fall #34 mc Youn Mee usually drives the 600 miles from Boston, Massachusetts to Pittsburgh Pennsylvania in 12 hours. If she increases her average speed by 10 miles per hour, how much time will the trip take. A. 5 hours B. 8 hours C. 10 hours D. 15 hours 2001 Fall #35 mc:  2001 Fall #35 mc Tim is constructing a triangle with sides measuring 3 inches and 6 inches. Which could not be the length of the third side? A. 2 in. B. 4 in. C. 6 in. D. 8 in. 2001 Fall #36 mc:  2001 Fall #36 mc The box-and-whisker plot shown below represents 600 scores on a district geometry test. How many students scored between 42 and 56? A. 84 B. 150 C. 300. D. 450 16 42 56 74 84 2001 Fall #37 mc:  2001 Fall #37 mc The drawing below shows the recently expanded exhibit at the local zoo. The original exhibit was in the shape of a square with a side of length x. The expanded exhibit is in the shape of a rectangle. The shaded portion of the drawing represents the exhibits expansion. The total area of the original exhibit plus the expansion is now 80 square yards. What was the area of the original exhibit? A. 6 yards2 B. 16 yards2 C. 36 yards2 D. 40 yards2 x 4 yards x 2 yards 2001 Fall #38 mc:  2001 Fall #38 mc In the figure below, quadrilateral ACDE is similar to quadrilateral ABGF. What is the length of AF? A. 6.0 inches B. 6.4 inches C. 10.0 inches D. 10.7 inches 2001 Fall #39 mc:  2001 Fall #39 mc The chart below shows the area, in square miles, of each of the six New England states. How many New England states have an area less than the mean area of all six New England states? A. 1 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 2001 Fall #40 mc:  2001 Fall #40 mc The figure below shows a dart board at the carnival. The large square has sides that measure 36 inches. The small square has sides that measure 18 inches. The circle has a radius of 16 inches. Wearing a blindfold, Taylor throws a dart that hits the board. What is the probability that the dart will hit the unshaded area of the board? A. 0.25 B. 0.37 C. 0.62 D. 0.87 2001 Fall #41 or:  2001 Fall #41 or 2001 Fall #42 or:  2001 Fall #42 or 2001 Spring #1 mc:  2001 Spring #1 mc The value of is closest to A. 20. B. 200. C. 2,000. D. 20,000. 51.92 x 202 493 2001 Spring #2 mc:  2001 Spring #2 mc If 4 + 2(3x – 4) = 8, then 3x – 4 equals 4 B. 2 C. 8 D. 6 2001 Spring #3 mc:  2001 Spring #3 mc The scatter plot below gives information about four different car trips. Which point represents the trip with the fastest average speed? point A C. point C B. point B D. point D 2001 Spring #4 mc:  2001 Spring #4 mc 2 4 · 3 4 is the same as 5 5 6 6 4 4 8 8 2001 Spring #5 mc:  2001 Spring #5 mc Let a, x, and y represent real numbers with a andgt; 0 and x andgt; y. Which of the following statements is not true? A. ax andgt; ay B. ay andgt; ax C. x + a andgt; y + a D. x – a andgt; y – a 2001 Spring #6 mc:  2001 Spring #6 mc A. 2 and 3 B. 4 and 6 C. 6 and 9 D. 9 and 12 2001 Spring #7 mc:  2001 Spring #7 mc The sophomore class plans to sell T-shirts with the school’s name on them. The cost of each T-shirt alone is $3.50, and the printing cost of each is $0.75. If the class plans on selling each printed T-shirt for $11, what expression can you use to calculate the class profit for selling n printed T-shirts? A. 11.00 - (3.50 + 0.75)n B. 11.00n - (3.50 + 0.75) C. 11.00 - 3.50 - 0.75n D. (11.00 - 3.50 - 0.75)n 2001 Spring #8 mc:  2001 Spring #8 mc As the result of a transformation, the image of the point (-3,1) is (-1,3). This is an example of a reflection across the A. line y = x B. line y = x C. x-axis D. y-axis 2001 Spring #9 mc:  2001 Spring #9 mc Julie designed a target computer game. On her computer screen, the circular targets look like the circular areas shown below. If the computer randomly generates a dot that lands within the circular areas, what is the approximate probability that the dot will land in the shaded area? 1/9 B. 2/9 C. 1/3 D. 2/3 2001 Spring #10 mc:  2001 Spring #10 mc Which of the following is always true? The product of any two integers is an integer. The quotient of any two integers is an integer. The product of any two irrational numbers is irrational. The quotient of any two irrational numbers is irrational. 2001 Spring #11 SA:  2001 Spring #11 SA In Oak Park, a picnic table is located 70 feet from the water fountain and 90 feet from the swings. What is the longest possible distance that the water fountain could be from the swings? 2001 Spring #12 SA:  2001 Spring #12 SA Runways A and B are parallel to each other and perpendicular to Runway C. If Runway D makes a 35° angle with Runway A as shown in the diagram, what is the measure of the angle marked in the diagram between Runways C and D? 2001 Spring #13 OR:  2001 Spring #13 OR In the figures below, math tiles were used to build rectangular arrays to represent each of the quadratic expressions. a. Show how to build rectangular arrays, if possible for the following expressions using the three math tiles b. How can you determine if a rectangular array can be built for an expression? 2001 Spring #14 SA:  2001 Spring #14 SA Find all of the values of x that satisfy the following equation. x + 2x – 15 = 0 2 2001 Spring #15 SA:  2001 Spring #15 SA At the first stop, of the passengers on the bus got off and 8 people got on. A total of 16 passengers were left on the bus. Write an equation that can be solved to find how many passengers were on the bus before the first stop. Let x represent the number of passengers on the bus before the first stop. (You do not have to solve the equation.) 3 4 2001 Spring #16 OR:  2001 Spring #16 OR When Elena works on Saturdays, she buys a salad and juice for lunch. There are two take-out restaurants near where she works. The prices in the two restaurants are given below. How many ounces of salad, together with a bottle of juice, can Elena buy at Hector’s To-Go for $4.50? Write an equation that shows the cost, C, of Elena’s luch at Hector’s To-Go if she buys a bottle of juice and n ounces of salad. On the grid in your Student Answer Booklet, graph the equation you wrote in part b. * Use the horizontal axis for the number of ounces, with each increment representing one ounce. * Use the vertical axis for cost, with each increment representing 50¢. d. What are the different amounts of salad that Elena can buy so her complete lunch is less expensive at Tammy’s Take-Out than at Hector’s To-Go? Remember that Elena always buys a bottle of juice with her salad. Show or explain how you found your answer. 2001 Spring #17 mc:  2001 Spring #17 mc It is believed that the best angle to fly a kite is 45˚. If you fly a kite at this angle and let out 225 feet of string, approximately how high above the ground will the kite be? 250 feet 200 feet 150 feet 100 feet 2001 Spring #18 mc:  2001 Spring #18 mc The table below shows the distribution of CD sales of different types of music in a local store over a three-year period. Based on this information, from Year 1 to Year 3 the total dollar value of this store’s sales of pop music A. increased. B. decreased. C. stayed the same. D. Not enough information is given to tell. 2001 Spring #19 mc:  2001 Spring #19 mc 2x – 3(5x – 8) Which could be the first step in simplifying the expression above? 2x – 15x + 8 2x – 15x – 24 2x – 15x – 8 2x – 15x + 24 2001 Spring #20 mc:  2001 Spring #20 mc 16,385 16,415 32,767 32,781 1, 3, 7, 15, 31, 63 The 14th term of this pattern is 16,383. What is the 15th term? 2001 Spring #21 OR:  2001 Spring #21 OR Ms. Kemay started a small computer software business seven months ago. The following spreadsheet shows her income and expenses for each of the seven months. On a grid, construct two line graphs using the same axes, one showing Ms. Kemay’s income and one showing her expenses for the seven-month period. Assuming that her income and expenses continue to grow at approximately the same rate, estimate her income and expenses for the month of May. Explain or show how you found your estimates. Again, assuming that her income and expenses continue to grow at approximately the same rate, estimate in which month her profit (profit = income minus expenses) will, for the first time, be greater than $13,000. Explain or show how you found your estimates. 2001 Spring #22 OR:  2001 Spring #22 OR What is the area of the blue 'V' in the diagram above? Show your work. Explain how you can determine the area that will be colored gold. What will be the total cost for each T-shirt shown above? Show your work. Students at Viking High School decide to have T-shirt made with a blue 'V' inside a gold rectangle as shown in the diagram below. The costs are as follows: plain T-shirt $8.50 blue coloring $0.02 per square inch gold coloring $0.04 per square inch 2001 Spring #23 mc:  2001 Spring #23 mc Mr. Hendricks operates a snowplow for the Department of Public Works (D.P.W). He found that he can begin snowplowing at the D.P.W. plow every street shown on the map above without going over any street more than once, and end at his home. Where is his home located? A. at A B. at B C. at C D. at D 2001 Spring #24 mc:  2001 Spring #24 mc Which of the following shows an application of the distributive property? (6xy + 4xy) + 2xz = 6xz + (4xz + 2xz) 2xy + 3xz + 5xy = 2xy + 5xy + 3xz 4xy – 12xz = 4x(y – 3z) -5xy + 5xy + 3xz = 3xz 2001 Spring #25 mc:  2001 Spring #25 mc Suppose that ∆ABC is reflected over the x-axis. What are the coordinates of the image of point C? (2, 5) (2, -5) (-2, 5) (-2, -5) 2001 Spring #26 mc:  2001 Spring #26 mc A set of 36 cards is numbered with positive integers from 1 to 36. If the cards are shuffled and one is chosen at random, what is the probability that the number on the card is a multiple of both 4 and 6? 1/12 1/6 5/12 2/3 2001 Spring #27 mc:  2001 Spring #27 mc 5 – x ≤ 8 Which graph represents the solution set for the inequality? 2001 Spring #28 mc:  2001 Spring #28 mc Which expression represents the area of the shaded portion of the square below? 2001 Spring #29 mc:  2001 Spring #29 mc The expression 4x² + 2x – 6 – x (3 – x) is equivalent to A. 5x² - x – 6. B. 4x² - 2x – 6. C. 3x² + 2x – 6. D. 5x² - 6. 2001 Spring #30 mc:  2001 Spring #30 mc Which of the following statements gives enough additional information about the figure about to prove that ∆ABC is similar to ∆EDC? BC is the same length as EC. BC is twice as long as CD. _ B is congruent to _ D. D. _ BCA is congruent to _ CED. 2001 Spring #31 mc:  2001 Spring #31 mc The following formula can be used to calculate the monthly payment, M, on a loan: where P is the principle, r, is the annual rate, and t is the length of the loan in years. Based on the formula, what is the monthly payment on a 2-year loan for $3000 at an annual rate of 8%? A. $605 B. $145 C. $480 D.$125 2001 Spring #32 mc:  2001 Spring #32 mc What is the length x of the altitude of the triangle shown above? 20cm 25cm 30cm 40cm 2001 Spring #33 mc:  2001 Spring #33 mc Each ride on the Ferris wheel consists of 6 rotations. If the length of each of the spokes from the center of the wheel to a seat is t feet, how far will each passenger travel during a ride?

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