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1 Eam Name MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Write the sentence as a mathematical statement. 1) Negative twent-four is equal to negative twent-four. A) B) C) -24 = -24 D) ) Simplif the epression ) 1-4 A) 39 B) C) D) ) 3) A) 18 B) 12 C) D) 30 3) Evaluate the epression for the given replacement values ) = 8, = 3 6 A) 9 B) 6 C) 31 3 D) 2 3 4) Decide whether the given number is a solution of the given equation. ) Is a solution of 4-2 = 8-8? A) es B) no ) 6) Is a solution of + 1 = 11? A) es B) no 6) Write the phrase as an algebraic epression. Let represent the unknown number. 7) Eight more than a number A) 8 B) 8 C) - 8 D) + 8 7) Write the sentence as an equation or inequalit. Use to represent an unknown number. 8) One increased b two equals the quotient of twelve and four. A) = 12 4 B) = 4 12 C) = 12 4 D) = ) Decide whether the given number is a solution of the given equation. 9) Is - a solution of - 8 = 1? A) es B) no 9) ) Is 6 a solution of = -? A) es B) no ) 1

2 If = -4 and = -2, evaluate the epression ) + 2 A) - 9 B) 0 C) 3 D) undefined 11) Decide whether the given number is a solution of the given equation. 12) Is 20 a solution of 4 = -? 12) A) es B) no Use the distributive propert to write the epression without parentheses. Then simplif, if necessar. 13) 2(4 + 7) A) B) C) D) 22 13) 14) 7(3-9) A) 84 B) 21-9 C) D) ) Simplif the epression b combining an like terms. 1) A) 1 B) C) D) ) Solve the equation. 16) 1 4 (8-12) = 6( ) ) A) 9 4 B) 0 C) no solution D) all real numbers Simplif the epression b combining an like terms. 17) A) B) 83 C) D) ) Simplif the epression. First use the distributive propert to remove an parentheses. 18) 8(7n - 6) A) 6n - 48 B) 6n + 48 C) 6n - 6 D) 1n ) 19) 1 2 (6 + ) - 3 (4 - ) 4 19) A) - 4 B) 2 2 C) 2 4 D) - 2 Solve b combining like terms. 20) The value of 8 dimes is 8 = 80 cents. Likewise, the value of dimes is. If George finds 6-2 nickels, 2 dimes, and quarters in his change jar, epress the total value of change in cents as an algebraic epression. A) (7 + ) cents B) (7-2) cents C) (0 - ) cents D) (7 - ) cents 20) 2

3 Write the following phrase(s) as an algebraic epression and simplif if possible. Let represent the unknown number. 21) The difference of ten and a number, divided b five 21) A) - B) - C) - D) - Solve the equation. 22) 4(4 + 8) = 17 A) -8 B) -32 C) 8 D) 32 22) 23) -4w w = 6 A) -21 B) 9 C) 21 D) -9 23) 24) n 4 = 1 24) A) 3 B) 60 C) 18 D) 19 2) 1 4 = -8 2) A) -32 B) - C) -2 D) -4 26) 1 4 a = -2 26) A) -7 B) 9 C) -9 D) 7 27) 1 4 ( + 6) = 1 ( + 8) 6 27) A) 2 B) {3} C) -2 D) -12 Write the algebraic epression described. Simplif if possible. 28) A quadrilateral is a four-sided figure whose angle sum is 360. If one angle measures, a second angle measures 4, and a third angle measures 6, epress the measure of the fourth angle in terms of. A) (360 - ) B) ( ) C) (360-11) D) (11-360) 28) 29) During a walk-a-thon, Rosiln walked 19 fewer laps than June walked. If June walked b laps, how man laps did Rosiln walk? 29) A) b laps B) (b - 19) laps C) (19 - b) laps D) (b + 19) laps 19 Solve the equation. 30) 8 - (2-1) = 2 30) A) 1 B) 1 6 C) D) ) 6n = 8(3n + 7) A) 28 9 B) C) 9 28 D) ) 3

4 (7 - ) 32) = 2 A) -3 B) 3 C) D) - 32) 33) = -4 33) A) -1 B) -17 C) 1 D) 17 34) 0.20(60) = 0.30(60 + ) A) 30 B) 1 C) 40 D) 20 34) Write the following as an equation, using for the unknown number. Then solve. 3) If 4 times a number is added to -9, the result is equal to 13 times the number. Find the number. A) = 9; 1 B) 4 + (-9) = 13; -1 C) 4 + (-9) = 13; 1 D) 13(4-9) = -9; -1 3) Solve. 36) Seven times some number added to 7 amounts to -1 added to the product of 3 and the number. A) -2 B) 8 C) 2 D) -8 36) 37) The president of a certain universit makes three times as much mone as one of the department heads. If the total of their salaries is \$2,000, find each workerʹs salar. A) presidentʹs salar = \$,000; department headʹs salar = \$2,00 B) presidentʹs salar = \$17,00; department headʹs salar = \$2,00 C) presidentʹs salar = \$1,70; department headʹs salar = \$20 D) presidentʹs salar = \$2,00; department headʹs salar = \$17,00 37) 38) To trim the edges of a rectangular table cloth, 48 feet of lace are needed. The length of the table cloth is eactl one-half its width. What are the dimensions of the table cloth? A) length: 16 ft; width: 8 ft B) length: 4 ft; width: 8 ft C) length: 16 ft; width: 32 ft D) length: 8 ft; width: 16 ft 38) 39) The house numbers of two adjacent homes are two consecutive even numbers. If their sum is 326, find the house numbers. A) 161, 163 B) 163, 16 C) 162, 164 D) 162, ) 40) In a recent International Gmnastics competition, the U.S., China, and Romania were the big winners. If the total number of medals won b each team are three consecutive integers whose sum is 99 and the U.S. won more than China who won more than Romania, how man medals did each team win? A) U.S.: 3 medals; China: 34 medals; Romania: 33 medals B) U.S.: 34 medals; China: 33 medals; Romania: 32 medals C) U.S.: 1 medals; China: 0 medals; Romania: 99 medals D) U.S.: 32 medals; China: 31 medals; Romania: 30 medals 40) Substitute the given values into the formula and solve for the unknown variable. 41) d = rt; t = 2, d = 14 A) 12 B) 7 C) 0.1 D) 16 41) 4

5 Solve. 42) Sall is making a cover for a round table. When finished, the cover will fit eactl with no ecess hanging off. Sall has to cut the fabric circle with a 4 inch larger diameter than the table to allow for hemming. If the table has a diameter of 8 inches, how much fabric does Sall need? (Use 3.14 for π. Round to 2 decimal places.) A) 12, sq in. B) sq in. C) 11,304 sq in. D) sq in. 42) Solve the formula for the specified variable. 43) I = Prt for t A) t = P - Ir B) t = P - 1 Ir C) t = I Pr D) t = P - I 1 + r 43) 44) V = 1 Ah for h 3 44) A) h = A 3V B) h = V 3A C) h = 3V A D) h = 3A V Solve. If needed, round mone amounts to two decimal places and all other amounts to one decimal place. 4) Jeans are on sale at the local department store for 2% off. If the jeans originall cost \$64, find the sale price. A) \$48.00 B) \$80.00 C) \$16.00 D) \$ ) 46) Because of budget cutbacks, MarAnn was required to take a 18% pa cut. If she earned \$28,000 before the pa cut, find her salar after the pa cut. A) \$22,960 B) \$27, C) \$2296 D) \$27,496 46) 47) Ming got a 1% raise in her salar from last ear. This ear she is earning \$1,20. How much did she make last ear? A) \$,30 B) \$13,000 C) \$20,20 D) \$2,328,70 47) 48) At a gourmet nut shop, nuts are sold in bulk. Cashews sell for \$1.20 per pound and macadamia nuts sell for \$8.4 per pound. Lee wishes to purchase pounds of mied nuts b miing 3. pounds of cashews and 1. pounds of macadamia nuts. What will be the price per pound of the miture? A) \$6.28 B) \$16.88 C) \$3.38 D) \$ ) 49) The owners of a cand store want to sell, for \$6 per pound, a miture of chocolate -covered raisins, which usuall sells for \$3 per pound, and chocolate-covered macadamia nuts, which usuall sells for \$8 per pound. The have a 60-pound barrel of the raisins. How man pounds of the nuts should the mi with the barrel of raisins so that the hit their target value of \$6 per pound for the miture? A) 78 lb B) 84 lb C) 96 lb D) 90 lb 49) Solve. 0) Linda and Dave leave simultaneousl from the same starting point biking in opposite directions. Linda bikes at miles per hour and Dave bikes at 8 miles per hour. How long will it be until the are 20 miles apart from each other? A) 1 2 hr B) hr C) hr D) 3 20 hr 0)

6 1) On a road trip, five friends drove at 0 miles per hour to California. On the wa home, the took the same route but drove 6 miles per hour. How man miles did the drive on the wa to California if the round trip took hours? A) mi B) 6 23 mi C) mi D) 3 23 mi 1) Plot the ordered pair. State in which quadrant or on which ais the point lies. 2) (-2, 0) 8 2) A) quadrant I B) -ais C) -ais D) -ais

7 Solve the inequalit. Graph the solution set and write it in interval notation. 3) 1-3 > (2-11) 3) A) (-, -4) B) (-, -4] C) (-4, ) D) [-4, ) Solve the problem. 4) On a buing trip in Los Angeles, Rosaria Perez ordered 120 pieces of jewelr: a number of bracelets at \$ each and a number of necklaces at \$12 each. She wrote a check for \$1300 to pa for the order. How man bracelets and how man necklaces did Rosaria purchase? A) 6 bracelets and necklaces B) 80 bracelets and 40 necklaces C) 7 bracelets and 4 necklaces D) 70 bracelets and 0 necklaces 4) ) Jon throws all his nickels and dimes in a jar at home each da. He counted all his coins one da and found that he had collected \$42.3. If there were five times as man nickels as dimes, how man of each coin does he have? A) 60 dimes; 600 nickels B) 121 dimes; 60 nickels C) 121 dimes; nickels D) 60 dimes; 121 nickels ) Solve. 6) Melissa invested a sum of mone at 3% annual simple interest. She invested three times that sum at % annual simple interest. If her total earl interest from both investments was \$7200, how much was invested at 3%? A) \$90,000 B) \$30,000 C) \$40,000 D) \$270,000 6) 7) How can \$42,000 be invested, part at 4% annual simple interest and the remainder at % annual simple interest, so that the interest earned b the two accounts is equal at the end of the ear? A) \$22,000 invested at 4%; \$20,000 invested at % B) \$20,000 invested at 4%; \$22,000 invested at % C) \$12,000 invested at 4%; \$30,000 invested at % D) \$30,000 invested at 4%; \$12,000 invested at % 7) Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given linear equation. 8) = -4; (0, -2) A) es B) no 8) 7

8 9) = 8; (0, 0) A) es B) no 9) Graph the linear equation. 60) = - 60) A) B) C) D)

9 Find the - and -coordinates of the following labeled points. 61) B ) 4 2 A A) A(4, 3); B(-4, 6) B) A(3, 24); B(6, -4) C) A(4, 3); B(6, -4) D) A(4, 6); B (3, 6) Solve the sstem of equations b the addition method. + 1 = 1 62) 4-12 = 0 62) A) infinite number of solutions B) no solution C) 1 2, 2 D) 2, 1 2 Write a sstem of equations in and describing the situation. Do not solve the sstem. 63) An order of 4 orders of fries, 4 hamburgers, and drinks costs \$17. An order of 3 orders of fries, hamburgers, and 2 drinks costs \$1. All drinks are \$1. A) (4)(4) + = 17 (3)() + 2 = 1 B) = = 1 63) C) = = 1 D) = = 13 9

10 Graph the linear equation. 64) = 64) A) B) C) D)

11 Identif the intercepts. 6) 6) A) (-1, 0), (0, 6) B) (-6, 0), (0, 6) C) (-1, 0), (0, -6) D) (1, 0), (0, 6) Match the graph with its equation. 66) = A) B) 66) C) D)

12 Graph the linear equation. 67) = 24 67) A) B) C) D) Find the slope of the line. 68) + = 3 A) m = -1 B) m = 0 C) m = 1 D) undefined slope 68) 69) = 9 A) m = 1 B) m = 0 C) undefined slope D) m = 9 69) 12

13 Find the slope of the line if it eists. 70) 70) A) B) 2 C) 1 2 D) -2 71) 71) A) undefined slope B) -4 C) 4 D) 0 Find the slope of the line. 72) = -2 A) m = 0 B) m = -1 C) m = 1 D) undefined slope 72) Determine whether the pair of lines is parallel, perpendicular, or neither. 73) = = 39 A) parallel B) perpendicular C) neither 73) 74) = = A) parallel B) perpendicular C) neither 74) 13

14 Solve. 7) Khang and Hector live 18 miles apart in southeastern Missouri. The decide to biccle towards each other and meet somewhere in between. Hectorʹs rate of speed is 80% of Khangʹs. The start out at the same time and meet 2 hours later. Find Hectorʹs rate of speed. A) 4 mph B) mph C) mph D) 18 mph 7) 76) To the nearest dollar, the average tuition at a public four-ear college was \$3117 in 1997 and \$3317 in Use the ordered pairs (1997, \$3117) and (1998, \$3317) to find and interpret the slope of the line representing the change in tuition (to the nearest dollar per ear). A) tuition increased \$200 per ear B) tuition decreased \$200 per ear C) tuition increased \$211 per ear D) tuition increased \$217 per ear 76) Graph the linear equation b finding and plotting its intercepts. 77) = ) A) B) C) D)

15 Use the slope-intercept form to graph the equation. 78) = ) A) B) C) D) Find an equation of the line described. Write the equation in slope -intercept form if possible. 79) Slope - 8, through (4, 2) 9 79) A) = B) = C) = D) =

16 Find an equation of the line through the pair of points. Write the equation in the form A + B = C. 80) (9, -8) and (0, 3) A) = 27 B) 17-3 = -9 C) = 27 D) = -9 80) Solve. 81) The pitch of a roof is its slope. Interpret the pitch of the roof shown. 81) 7 feet 18 feet A) For each horizontal distance of 7 feet, the roof height increases b 18 feet. B) For each horizontal distance of 7 feet, the roof height decreases b 18 feet. C) For each horizontal distance of 18 feet, the roof height increases b 7 feet. D) For each horizontal distance of 18 feet, the roof height decreases b 7 feet. Write an equation of the line with the given slope, m, and -intercept (0, b). 82) m = 1 2, b = 0 82) A) = 1 2 B) = 0 C) = 1 2 D) = ) m = -4, b = ) A) = B) = C) = D) = Solve. Assume the eercise describes a linear relationship. 84) A gas station sells 4820 gallons of regular unleaded gasoline in a da when the charge \$1.3 per gallon, whereas the sell 388 gallons on a da that the charge \$1.40 per gallon. Find a linear equation that relates gallons sold to price. Use this equation to predict the number of gallons sold at a price of \$1.22 per gallon. A) 7260 gal B) gal C) 72.1 gal D) 721 gal 84) 8) An investment is worth \$2401 in B 1997 it has grown to \$320. Let be the value of the investment in the ear, where = 0 represents Write a linear equation that models the value of the investment in the ear. 1 A) = B) = ) C) = D) = Find the domain and the range of the relation. 86) {(14, 14), (-2, -9), (1, 6)} A) domain: {-9, 6, 14} ; range: {-2, 1, 14} B) domain: {-2, 6, 14} ; range: {-9, 1, 14} C) domain: {-2, 1, 14} ; range: {-9, 6, 14} D) domain: {-2, 1, 14} ; range: {-9, 6} 86) 16

17 87) {(8, ), (-7, ), (-, )} A) domain: {-7, -, 8} ; range: {} B) domain: {-7,, 8} ; range: {-} C) domain: {} ; range: {-7, -, 8} D) domain: {-7, -} ; range: {, 8} 87) Determine whether the graph is the graph of a function. 88) 88) A) es B) no 89) 89) A) es B) no Evaluate the function. 90) Find f() when f() = 33 A) 37 B) 7 C) 12 D) 4 90) Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the sstem of linear equations. 91) (6, 7); 3 = = 27 A) Yes B) No 91) 92) (2, ); + = 3 - =-7 A) Yes B) No 92) 17

18 Solve the sstem of equations b either the addition method or the substitution method. 93) = = 4 A) (-, -1) B) (4, -1) C) no solution D) (-4, -2) 93) Without graphing, decide: (a) Are the graphs of the equations are identical lines, parallel lines, or lines intersecting at a single point? (b) How man solutions does the sstem have? 94) 3 - = = 20 A) parallel lines; no solution B) identical lines; infinite number of solutions C) lines intersecting at a single point; one solution 94) Find the domain and range of the function graphed. 9) (1, 2) 9) A) domain: (-, 1) (1, ); range: (-, 2) (2, ) B) domain: (-, 1]; range: (-, 2] C) domain: (-, ); range: (-, 2] D) domain: (-, ); range: (-, ) Solve the sstem of equations b graphing. 96) 2 + = = 1 96) A) (-1, 4) B) (4, -1) C) no solution D) (1, -4) 18

19 97) + = - = 3 97) A) (4, 1) B) (4, -1) C) no solution D) (1, 4) Without graphing, decide: (a) Are the graphs of the equations are identical lines, parallel lines, or lines intersecting at a single point? (b) How man solutions does the sstem have? 98) =- + =-4 A) lines intersecting at a single point; one solution B) parallel lines; no solution C) identical lines; infinite number of solutions 98) Solve the sstem of equations b the substitution method. 99) -3-2 =-126 = 4 A) (9, 36) B) no solution C) (36, 9) D) infinite number of solutions 99) 0) = 1-14 = 7 A) infinite number of solutions B) no solution C) (1, -7) D) (7, -1) 0) 19

20 Answer Ke Testname: 112 EXIT EXAM PRACTICE SPRING ) C Objective: (1.2) Translate Sentences into Mathematical Statements 2) C Objective: (1.4) Define and Use Eponents and the Order of Operations 3) B Objective: (1.4) Define and Use Eponents and the Order of Operations 4) D Objective: (1.4) Evaluate Algebraic Epressions, Given Replacement Values for Variables ) A Objective: (1.4) Determine Whether a Number is a Solution of a Given Equation 6) B Objective: (1.4) Determine Whether a Number is a Solution of a Given Equation 7) D Objective: (1.4) Translate Phrases into Epressions and Sentences into Equations 8) A Objective: (1.4) Translate Phrases into Epressions and Sentences into Equations 9) B Objective: (1.6) Evaluate Algebraic Epressions Using Real Numbers ) A Objective: (1.6) Evaluate Algebraic Epressions Using Real Numbers 11) D Objective: (1.7) Evaluate Algebraic Epressions Using Real Numbers 12) B Objective: (1.7) Evaluate Algebraic Epressions Using Real Numbers 13) C Objective: (1.8) Use the Distributive Propert 14) C Objective: (1.8) Use the Distributive Propert 1) B Objective: (2.1) Combine Like Terms 16) C Objective: (2.3) Recognize Identities and Equations with No Solution 17) D Objective: (2.1) Combine Like Terms 18) A Objective: (2.1) Use the Distributive Propert to Remove Parentheses 19) C Objective: (2.1) Use the Distributive Propert to Remove Parentheses 20) D Objective: (2.1) Write Word Phrases as Algebraic Epressions 21) A Objective: (2.1) Write Word Phrases as Algebraic Epressions 22) D Objective: (2.2) Define Linear Equations and Use the Addition Propert of Equalit to Solve Linear Equations 23) C Objective: (2.2) Define Linear Equations and Use the Addition Propert of Equalit to Solve Linear Equations 20

21 Answer Ke Testname: 112 EXIT EXAM PRACTICE SPRING ) B Objective: (2.2) Use the Multiplication Propert of Equalit to Solve Linear Equations 2) A Objective: (2.2) Use the Multiplication Propert of Equalit to Solve Linear Equations 26) A Objective: (2.2) Use Both Properties of Equalit to Solve Linear Equations 27) C Objective: (2.2) Use Both Properties of Equalit to Solve Linear Equations 28) C Objective: (2.2) Write Word Phrases as Algebraic Epressions 29) B Objective: (2.2) Write Word Phrases as Algebraic Epressions 30) B Objective: (2.3) Appl the General Strateg for Solving a Linear Equation 31) B Objective: (2.3) Appl the General Strateg for Solving a Linear Equation 32) C Objective: (2.3) Solve Equations Containing Fractions 33) A Objective: (2.3) Solve Equations Containing Fractions 34) A Objective: (2.3) Solve Equations Containing Decimals 3) B Objective: (2.4) Solve Problems Involving Direct Translations 36) A Objective: (2.4) Solve Problems Involving Direct Translations 37) B Objective: (2.4) Solve Problems Involving Relationships Among Unknown Quantities 38) D Objective: (2.4) Solve Problems Involving Relationships Among Unknown Quantities 39) C Objective: (2.4) Solve Problems Involving Consecutive Integers 40) B Objective: (2.4) Solve Problems Involving Consecutive Integers 41) B Objective: (2.) Use Formulas to Solve Problems 42) D Objective: (2.) Use Formulas to Solve Problems 43) C Objective: (2.) Solve a Formula or Equation for One of Its Variables 44) C Objective: (2.) Solve a Formula or Equation for One of Its Variables 4) A Objective: (2.6) Solve Discount and Mark-Up Problems 46) A Objective: (2.6) Solve Percent Increase and Percent Decrease Problems 21

22 Answer Ke Testname: 112 EXIT EXAM PRACTICE SPRING ) B Objective: (2.6) Solve Percent Increase and Percent Decrease Problems 48) C Objective: (2.6) Solve Miture Problems 49) D Objective: (2.6) Solve Miture Problems 0) B Objective: (2.7) Solve Problems Involving Distance 1) A Objective: (2.7) Solve Problems Involving Distance 2) C Objective: (3.1) Define the Rectangular Coordinate Sstem and Plot Ordered Pairs of Numbers 3) C Objective: (2.8) Solve Linear Inequalities 4) D Objective: (2.7) Solve Problems Involving Mone ) B Objective: (2.7) Solve Problems Involving Mone 6) C Objective: (2.7) Solve Problems Involving Interest 7) D Objective: (2.7) Solve Problems Involving Interest 8) B Objective: (3.1) Determine Whether an Ordered Pair Is a Solution of an Equation in Two Variables 9) A Objective: (3.1) Determine Whether an Ordered Pair Is a Solution of an Equation in Two Variables 60) D Objective: (3.2) Graph a Linear Equation b Finding and Plotting Ordered Pair Solutions 61) A Objective: (3.1) Define the Rectangular Coordinate Sstem and Plot Ordered Pairs of Numbers 62) D Objective: (4.3) Use the Addition Method to Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations 63) B Objective: (4.) Solve Problems that can be Modeled b a Sstem of Two Linear Equations. 64) B Objective: (3.2) Graph a Linear Equation b Finding and Plotting Ordered Pair Solutions 6) A Objective: (3.3) Identif Intercepts of a Graph 66) D Objective: (3.2) Graph a Linear Equation b Finding and Plotting Ordered Pair Solutions 67) B Objective: (3.2) Graph a Linear Equation b Finding and Plotting Ordered Pair Solutions 68) A Objective: (3.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given its Equation 69) B Objective: (3.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given its Equation 22

23 Answer Ke Testname: 112 EXIT EXAM PRACTICE SPRING ) B Objective: (3.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given Two Points of the Line 71) A Objective: (3.4) Find the Slope of a Line Given Two Points of the Line 72) D Objective: (3.4) Find the Slopes of Horizontal and Vertical Lines 73) A Objective: (3.4) Compare the Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines 74) C Objective: (3.4) Compare the Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines 7) A Objective: (4.) Solve Problems that can be Modeled b a Sstem of Two Linear Equations. 76) A Objective: (3.4) Slope as a Rate of Change 77) A Objective: (3.3) Graph a Linear Equation b Finding and Plotting Intercepts 78) B Objective: (3.) Use the Slope-Intercept Form to Graph a Linear Equation 79) B Objective: (3.) Use the Point-Slope Form to Find an Equation of a Line Given its Slope and a Point of the Line 80) A Objective: (3.) Use the Point-Slope Form to Find an Equation of a Line Given Two Points of the Line 81) C Objective: (3.4) Slope as a Rate of Change 82) D Objective: (3.) Use the Slope-Intercept Form to Write an Equation of a Line 83) D Objective: (3.) Use the Slope-Intercept Form to Write an Equation of a Line 84) D Objective: (3.) Use the Point-Slope Form to Solve Problems 8) B Objective: (3.) Use the Point-Slope Form to Solve Problems 86) C Objective: (3.6) Identif Relations, Domains, and Ranges 87) A Objective: (3.6) Identif Relations, Domains, and Ranges 88) A Objective: (3.6) Use the Vertical Line Test 89) B Objective: (3.6) Use the Vertical Line Test 90) A Objective: (3.6) Use Function Notation 91) A Objective: (4.1) Determine if an Ordered Pair is a Solution of a Sstem of Equations in Two Variables 92) B Objective: (4.1) Determine if an Ordered Pair is a Solution of a Sstem of Equations in Two Variables 23

24 Answer Ke Testname: 112 EXIT EXAM PRACTICE SPRING ) D Objective: (4.3) Use the Addition Method to Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations 94) C Objective: (4.1) Without Graphing, Determine the Number of Solutions of a Sstem 9) C Objective: (3.6) Use Function Notation 96) A Objective: (4.1) Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations b Graphing 97) A Objective: (4.1) Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations b Graphing 98) B Objective: (4.1) Without Graphing, Determine the Number of Solutions of a Sstem 99) C Objective: (4.2) Use the Substitution Method to Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations 0) A Objective: (4.2) Use the Substitution Method to Solve a Sstem of Linear Equations 24

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