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Name: Date: Per:Algebra 1 Final Exam Study GuideMultiple ChoiceIdentify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.1. Write an equation, in point-slope form, of the line that passes through the pointa.c.b.d.2. Write an equation in point-slope form of the linethat passes through the pointsand.a.311b.113c.1134. Write an equation of the line that goes through the pointa.d.and has the slope1.23113. Write an equation of the line that passes throughand is parallel to the line.a.b.c.d.and is perpendicular to the line.c.b.d.5. What type of relationship is shown by the scatterplot?y11a.b.c.d.relatively no correlationweak negative correlationstrong negative correlationstrong positive correlationxa.b.c.d.6. Which equation matches the scatter plot?7. Min is making home-made cards to send to friends and family and to sell at the local craft fair. This scatter plotshows the total number of cards he had made after each hour he worked on the task.1

Name: Date: Per:Using this information, what is the best prediction of the number of cards Min can make in 11 hours?a. 24b. 34c. 59d. 448. Ramon is learning a foreign language. The scatterplot shows the total number of vocabulary wordsb.Ramon has learned at the end of each of his firsteight days in class.–10 –8–6–4–20246810–10 –8–6–4–20246810–10 –8–6–4–20246810–10 –8–6–4–20246810–10 –8–6–4–20246810–10 –8–6–4–20246810c.d.Assuming the trend shown by the scatter plotcontinues, which is the best prediction of thenumber of words Ramon will have learned by his10th day in class?a. 40b. 25c. 50d. 5510.a.b.Solve the inequality. Then graph its solution.9.c.a.–10 –8–6–4–202468102

Name: Date: Per:d.–10 –8–6–4–2024680246810024681010d.Solve the inequality. Then identify the graph ofthe solution.11.a.Solve and graph.–10 –8–6–4–2024681013.b.a.–10 –8–6–4–20246810–10 –8–6–4–20246810–10 –8–6–4–20246810–10 –8–6–4–20246810–10 –8–6–4–20246810b.c.–10 –8–6–4–20246810c.d.–10 –8–6–4–20246810d.Solve and graph.12.a.02468100246810b.c.14. On a road in the city of Rochester, the maximumspeed is 45 kilometers per hour and the minimumspeed is 30 kilometers per hour. If x representsspeed, which sentence best expresses thiscondition?a.b.c.d.Solve.15.3

Name: Date: Per:a.b.c.d.The solutions are –6 and –12.The solution is –12.The solutions are 12 and 6.The solution is 6.16. Solvea.a.b.and graph your –10–50510d.b.19. Solve by substitution:c.a.d.b. no solutionc.d.17. The Martinez family is going to the county fair.They have two ticket options as shown in the chartbelow.7(2, )5Solve by elimination:20.a.I. Write an equation that shows the cost per personfor each option.II. Use graphing to solve the system of equations.III. Find the number of rides for which the total costis the same with both ticket options.a. I.II. (0.05, 0.075)III. 0.005 rideb. I.II. (0.05, 0.075)III. 0.05 ridec. I.II. (5, 7.5)III. 5 ridesd. I.II. (5, 7.5)III. 5 rides46)7b.8(0, )7c. (–3, 1)d. no solution(10,21. Marc sold 542 tickets for the school play. Studenttickets cost 4 and adult tickets cost 6. Marc'ssales totaled 2764. How many adult tickets andhow many student tickets did Marc sell?a. 298 adult, 244 studentb. 244 adult, 298 studentc. 249 adult, 293 studentd. 293 adult, 249 student22. Which system of equations has no solution?a.b.18. Solve the system by substitution:4

Name: Date: Per:c.27.d.a.b.c.Describe the solution(s) of the system.23.d.a. no solutionb.23(–3, )4c.1(2, )2d. (3 7)Simplify:28.a.Simplify. Leave your answer in exponentialform.b.c. 24.d.a.b.c.d.29.a.b.c.d.Simplify: 25. a.b.c.d.500135300013030. Write using positive exponents.a.b.c.26.a.b.c.d.Simplify the expression using positive exponents.d.31. Write 11,504 in scientific notation.a.b. 1.1504 102c. 1.1504 105d. 1.1504 10432. Write 0.00000389 in scientific notation.a.b.5

Name: Date: Per:c.d.37.a.Multiply:33.a.b.c.d.34. In astronomy, the immense distances betweencelestial bodies are measured in light-years, thedistance that light can travel in one year. Onelight-year is approximately 5,880,000,000,000miles. If a star is 8.9 light-years from Earth, howwould you correctly represents the number of milesthe star is from Earth in scientific notation ?a.b.c.d.35. The amount of money, A, accrued at the end of nyears when a certain amount, P, is invested at acompound annual rate, r, is given byIf a person invests 110 in an account that pays 5%interest compounded annually, find the balanceafter 15 years.a. 9900b. 229c. 660d. 48,168b.c.d.36. If there are initially 2500 bacteria in a culture, andthe number of bacteria double each hour, thenumber of bacteria after t hours can be found usingthe formula. How long will it takethe culture to grow to 75,000 bacteria?a. 36.25 hrb. 2.96 hrc. 1.48 hrd. 4.91 hrGraph the function.38. Find the degree of the polynomiala. 11b. 1.6

Name: Date: Per:c. 7d. 639. Which expression is a polynomial?a.b.d.Factor the polynomial.45.a.b.c.d.c.d.Solve the equation.Find the product.46.a.40.b.a.b.c.d.c.d.b b b b 41.a.b.c.d.Graph:47.a.Find the product.42.a.b.c.d.b.43.a.b.c.d.44.a.b.c.7

Name: Date: Per:c.yc.10x–10–10d.yd.10x–10–1048. How would you change the graph oftoproduce the graph of?a. shift the graph ofleft 6 unitsb. shift the graph ofup 6 unitsc. shift the graph ofdown 6 unitsd. shift the graph ofright 6 unitsSolve the equation.50. 0a.b.c.Graph:d.49.ya.10Solve the equation by completing the square.x–1051.a.–10b.yb.10c.d.x–10Solve the quadratic equation.–1052.8

Name: Date: Per:a.d.b.c.53. The table gives the number of inner tubes, I, sold in a bike shop between 1985 and 1990. Determine which modelbest fits the data.Year, tInner tubes, I198516198636198767198813019892611990513a. absolute valueb. exponentialc. lineard. quadratic54. A salesperson earns a monthly salary of 700 a55.month plus a percentage of the proceeds from thea. 10 3number of items he sells. Which graph could be ab.model of this situation?c. 5 6a.d. 10 6Solve:56.a.b.c.d.b.28126no solution857.a.c.d.94b. 54c. 194d. 19 31,4 458. John and Fred decided to take a shortcut throughthe woods to go to their friend's house. When theywent home they decided to take the long wayaround the woods to avoid getting blackberry vinescratches. If the length of the shortcut is equal tothe square root of the sum of the squares of theother two sides, what total distance did they walk?Simplify:9

Name: Date: Per:a.b.c.d.How far did Jack bike on the round-trip?a. 34 kmb. 13 kmc. 17 kmd. 30 km3450 meters3000 meters4275 meters2587 meters59. To get to the store from his house, Jack biked 5kilometers due west and then 12 kilometers duenorth. On the way back he cut across a field, takingthe shortest possible route home.60. Find an equation of variation when y variesinversely with x and y 3 when x 8.a.b.c.d.Short AnswerSolve and graph.5. Simplify.1.Factor the polynomial.02468106.Solve.2.Solve the equation.7.Solve by elimination:3.Graph:8.Simplify the expression using positive exponents.4.10

Name: Date: Per:y10.10Determine the number of solutions of theequation.–101011.x12.13. Write the standard form of the equation of the linewith slope –4 passing through the point.–10Solve the equation.14. Write an equation of the line with undefined slopethat passes through the point.9.Solve the quadratic equation.15. The width, w, of a piece of wood ranges from 74 mm to 83 mm. Write and graph an inequality to describe thisinterval. Does this graph represent a discrete or continuous data set?16. Solveyand graph your solution.5–10–50510–517. Write as a fraction and simplify:5xGraph the function.–518.20. Solve the equation21. Solve the equation 0. 0.Solve the equation.22.Factor the trinomial.23.19. Graph the function and label as exponential growthor decay.(2)11

Name: Date: Per:y24.15Solve the equation.1025.526. 0–15–10CSolve the equation by graphing.–5D510x–5–1027.y–1510Find the e:28.35.29. The price per person of renting a bus variesinversely with the number of people renting thebus. It costs 17 per person if 76 people rent thebus. How much will it cost per person if 57 peoplerent the bus?30. Find the domain and range of the function.31. Graph the radical functionfind the domain and range.36. A rocket is launched from atop a 33 foot cliff withan initial vertical velocity of 149 feet per second.The height of the rocket t seconds after launch isgiven by the equation.Graph the equation to find out how long after therocket is launched it will hit the ground. Estimateyour answer to the nearest tenth of a second.Solve the equation by completing the square.and then32. The endpoints of a diameter of a circle areand. What is the37. 038. Find the midpoint of.y-coordinate of the center of the circle?12

Name: Date: Per:39. Write the polynomial so that the exponentsdecrease from left to right.Essay1. SHORT RESPONSE Write your answer on a separate piece of paper.Between them, Brian and Leslie drove a total of 585 miles in 12 hours. Brian drove the first part of the trip andaveraged 60 miles per hour. Leslie drove the remainder of the trip and averaged 45 miles per hour.Part A Write a system of two equations that could be used to find the length of time each person drove. Let xrepresent the length of time Brian drove and let y represent the length of time Leslie drove.Part B Solve the system of equations for x and y to determine how many hours each person drove. Show yourwork.13

Name: Date: Per:Algebra 1 Final Exam Study GuideAnswer SectionMULTIPLE CHOICE1. ANS: APTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG0773STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.10TOP: Lesson 5.3 Write Linear Equations in Point-Slope Form KEY: equation slope intercept point-slopeBLM: ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-72. ANS: DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0777STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.10TOP: Lesson 5.3 Write Linear Equations in Point-Slope Form KEY: line equation point-slopeBLM: ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-73. ANS: BPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0808STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.10TOP: Lesson 5.5 Write Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular LinesKEY: line point equation slope parallelBLM:ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-74. ANS: CPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0812STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.10TOP: Lesson 5.5 Write Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular LinesKEY: line point equation slope perpendicularBLM: ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-75. ANS: DPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG0821STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.S.3.1.7TOP: Lesson 5.6 Fit a Line to DataKEY: scatter plotBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-76. ANS: APTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0836STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.11 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.S.3.1.7 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.S.4.5 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.S.5.9TOP: Lesson 5.6 Fit a Line to DataKEY: scatter plotBLM: ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-77. ANS: DPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG0852STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.11 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.S.5.8 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.T.1.8TOP: Lesson 5.7 Predict with Linear ModelsKEY: graph estimate scatter plot predictBLM:KnowledgeNOT: 978-0-618-65612-78. ANS: APTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG0855STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.11 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.S.5.8 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.T.1.8TOP: Lesson 5.7 Predict with Linear ModelsKEY: graph estimate scatter plot predictBLM:KnowledgeNOT: 978-0-618-65612-79. ANS: CPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0862STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.4TOP: Lesson 6.1 Solve Inequalities Using Addition and SubtractionKEY: graph subtract one-step inequality solve integerBLM: KnowledgeNOT: 978-0-618-65612-710. ANS: BPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG086314

Name: Date: Per:11.12.13.14.15.16.17.18.19.20.21.STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.4TOP: Lesson 6.1 Solve Inequalities Using Addition and SubtractionKEY: inequality solve integer graph subtract one-stepBLM: KnowledgeNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: APTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0871STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.4TOP: Lesson 6.2 Solve Inequalities Using Multiplication and DivisionKEY: inequality solve integer graph divide one-stepBLM: KnowledgeNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0873STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.4TOP: Lesson 6.2 Solve Inequalities Using Multiplication and DivisionKEY: inequality graphBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: APTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0889STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.4 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.5TOP: Lesson 6.3 Solve Multi-Step InequalitiesKEY: graph inequalityBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0912TOP: Lesson 6.4 Solve Compound InequalitiesKEY: inequality word metric condition unitsBLM: ApplicationNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: APTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0939STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.6TOP: Lesson 6.5 Solve Absolute Value EquationsKEY: absolute value equationBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: APTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0953STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.6TOP: Lesson 6.6 Solve Absolute Value InequalitiesKEY: graph absolute value inequalityBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0995STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.11 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.13 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.14 TOP: Lesson 7.1 Solve Linear Systems by GraphingKEY: linear word systemBLM: Application NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: CPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1010STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.14TOP: Lesson 7.2 Solve Linear Systems by SubstitutionKEY: substitution variable-2 linear solve systemBLM: KnowledgeNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: APTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1012STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.14TOP: Lesson 7.2 Solve Linear Systems by SubstitutionKEY: substitution two variables linear solve systemBLM: KnowledgeNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: CPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1032STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.14TOP: Lesson 7.3 Solve Linear Systems by Adding or SubtractingKEY: solve equation system linear uniqueBLM: KnowledgeNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7ANS: APTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG104715

Name: Date: 12.MA.912.A.3.13 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.14Lesson 7.4 Solve Linear Systems by Multiplying Firstlinear variables two equation word systemBLM: Application978-0-618-65612-7CPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1057Lesson 7.5 Solve Special Types of Linear SystemsKEY: system solutionsKnowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7APTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1063FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.13 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.14Lesson 7.5 Solve Special Types of Linear Systemslinear no solution system(2) solve equationBLM: Application978-0-618-65612-7CPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1096Lesson 8.1 Apply Exponent Properties Involving ProductsexponentBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7BPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1098Lesson 8.1 Apply Exponent Properties Involving Productssimplify exponent multiply product ruleBLM: Knowledge978-0-618-65612-7CPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1100Lesson 8.1 Apply Exponent Properties Involving Productssimplify exponent multiply product ruleBLM: Knowledge978-0-618-65612-7DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1127Lesson 8.2 Apply Exponent Properties Involving Quotientsexponent power quotient power to a power fraction simplify monomial exponent lawComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7APTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1134FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1Lesson 8.3 Define and Use Zero and Negative Exponentsnegative exponentBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7APTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1131FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1Lesson 8.3 Define and Use Zero and Negative Exponentszero exponent multiplyBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7CPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1141FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1Lesson 8.3 Define and Use Zero and Negative Exponentsexponent divide multiply negative integer simplify BLM: Comprehension978-0-618-65612-7DPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1158FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1TOP: Lesson 8.4 Use Scientific Notationscientific notationBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7APTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1160FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1TOP: Lesson 8.4 Use Scientific Notationscientific notationBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1174Lesson 8.4 Use Scientific Notation KEY: multiply product scientific notation16

Name: Date: Per:BLM:34. ANS:STA:TOP:BLM:35. ANS:TOP:KEY:36. ANS:TOP:KEY:37. ANS:STA:TOP:KEY:38. ANS:TOP:BLM:39. ANS:TOP:BLM:40. ANS:STA:KEY:NOT:41. ANS:STA:TOP:BLM:42. ANS:TOP:BLM:43. ANS:STA:TOP:KEY:NOT:44. ANS:STA:TOP:KEY:NOT:45. ANS:STA:KEY:46. ANS:STA:TOP:ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1178FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.T.1.8Lesson 8.4 Use Scientific Notation KEY: word scientific notationApplication NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7BPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MAL21007Lesson 8.5 Write and Graph Exponential Growth Functionsword log compound interestBLM: Application NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MAL21024Lesson 8.5 Write and Graph Exponential Growth Functionsword exponential growthBLM: Application NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1206FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.2.6 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.8.3Lesson 8.6 Write and Graph Exponential Decay Functionsgraph exponential functionBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1221Lesson 9.1 Add and Subtract PolynomialsKEY: polynomial degreeComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7CPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1232Lesson 9.1 Add and Subtract PolynomialsKEY: polynomial identifyComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1259FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.2TOP: Lesson 9.2 Multiply Polynomialsbinomial multiply polynomialBLM: Comprehension978-0-618-65612-7CPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1267FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.2 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.2Lesson 9.2 Multiply PolynomialsKEY: trinomial binomial multiplyComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7BPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1285Lesson 9.3 Find Special Products of PolynomialsKEY: square binomialKnowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7CPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1291FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.2Lesson 9.3 Find Special Products of Polynomialsbinomial multiply foil difference of two squaresBLM: Knowledge978-0-618-65612-7APTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1296FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.2Lesson 9.3 Find Special Products of Polynomialsbinomial multiply difference of two squaresBLM: Knowledge978-0-618-65612-7BPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1317FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.3TOP: Lesson 9.5 Factor x2 bx ctrinomial binomial factorBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7CPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1335FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.7.2 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.7.3Lesson 9.7 Factor Special ProductsKEY: perfect square trinomial equation 17

Name: Date: Per:59. ANS: DPTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1528STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.G.2.5 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.G.5.1 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.G.5.4 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.T.1.8TOP: Lesson 11.4 Apply the Pythagorean Theorem and Its ConverseKEY: Pythagorean Theorem real-lifeBLM: Application NOT: 978-0-618-65612-760. ANS: DPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1564STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.2.12TOP: Lesson 12.1 Model Inverse VariationKEY: inverse variation equationBLM: ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7SHORT ANSWER1. ANS:0PTS:STA:TOP:BLM:2. ANS:1, 72468101DIF: Level BREF: MALG0886FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.4 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.5Lesson 6.3 Solve Multi-Step InequalitiesKEY: inequality graphKnowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7PTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0938TOP: Lesson 6.5 Solve Absolute Value EquationsBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-73. ANS:(–1, 2)STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.6KEY: equation absolute valuePTS:STA:TOP:KEY:NOT:4. ANS:1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1031FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.14Lesson 7.3 Solve Linear Systems by Adding or Subtractinglinear unique solve equation systemBLM: Knowledge978-0-618-65612-7PTS:STA:TOP:KEY:5. ANS:1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1121FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.3Lesson 8.2 Apply Exponent Properties Involving Quotientsdivide exponentsBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7PTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1122STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.319

Name: Date: Per:TOP: Lesson 8.2 Apply Exponent Properties Involving QuotientsKEY: exponents divideBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-76. ANS:PTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1316 STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.3TOP: Lesson 9.5 Factor x2 bx cKEY: binomial factor trinomialBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-77. ANS:b PTS:STA:TOP:BLM:8. ANS:1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1334FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.7.2 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.7.3Lesson 9.7 Factor Special ProductsKEY: factor perfect square trinomialApplication NOT: . ANS:–3, 31DIF: Level BREF: MALG1370FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.2.6 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.7.1Lesson 10.2 Graph y ax2 bx cKEY: quadratic graph parabolaComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7PTS:TOP:KEY:NOT:10. ANS:1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1394 STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1Lesson 10.4 Use Square Roots to Solve Quadratic Equationssolve quadratic square square rootBLM: Knowledge978-0-618-65612-7PTS:TOP:KEY:NOT:11. ANS:1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1423 STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.7.2Lesson 10.6 Solve Quadratic Equations by the Quadratic Formulasolve equation quadratic formulaBLM: Knowledge978-0-618-65612-720

Name: Date: Per:0PTS:TOP:KEY:NOT:12. ANS:21DIF: Level BREF: MALG1439Lesson 10.7 Interpret the Discriminantequation solution quadratic discriminant978-0-618-65612-7STA: 3. ANS:1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1440Lesson 10.7 Interpret the Discriminantequation solution quadratic discriminant978-0-618-65612-7STA: OT:14. ANS:1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0787FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.7 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.10Lesson 5.4 Write Linear Equations in Standard Formlinear standard form point equation slopeBLM: Comprehension978-0-618-65612-7PTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0796TOP: Lesson 5.4 Write Linear Equations in Standard FormBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-715. ANS:BLM: ComprehensionBLM: ComprehensionKEY: equation slope point vertical linecontinuousPTS:TOP:KEY:NOT:16. ANS:–101DIF: Level BREF: MALG0913Lesson 6.4 Solve Compound Inequalitiesgraph continuous write inequality word discrete978-0-618-65612-7–505STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.4BLM: Application10PTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG0952TOP: Lesson 6.6 Solve Absolute Value InequalitiesBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.3.6KEY: inequality graph absolute value21

Name: Date: Per:17. ANS:PTS:TOP:KEY:NOT:18. ANS:1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1129 STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.1Lesson 8.3 Define and Use Zero and Negative Exponentsevaluate exponent negative digit-1BLM: Knowledge978-0-618-65612-7PTS:STA:TOP:KEY:19. ANS:1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1201FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.2.6 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.8.3Lesson 8.5 Write and Graph Exponential Growth Functionsgraph exponentialBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-7y5–55x–5exponential growthPTS: 1DIF: Level BREF: MALG1208STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.2.6 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.8.3 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.8.7TOP: Lesson 8.6 Write and Graph Exponential Decay FunctionsKEY: graph exponential growth decayBLM: ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-720. ANS:9, 6PTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1300STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.822

Name: Date: Per:TOP: Lesson 9.4 Solve Polynomial Equations in Factored FormKEY: quadratic equationsBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-721. ANS:2, –5PTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1301 STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.8TOP: Lesson 9.4 Solve Polynomial Equations in Factored FormKEY: quadratic equationsBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-722. ANS:PTS: 1DIF: Level BTOP: Lesson 9.5 Factor x2 bx cBLM: Comprehension23. ANS:()()REF: MALG1321 STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.8KEY: solve equation quadratic factorNOT: 978-0-618-65612-7PTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1326 STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.3TOP: Lesson 9.6 Factor ax2 bx cKEY: quadratic trinomial polynomial factorBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-724. ANS:PTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1328 STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.3TOP: Lesson 9.6 Factor ax2 bx cKEY: trinomial quadratic factorBLM: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-65612-725. ANS:PTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1342STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.8 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.6 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.9TOP: Lesson 9.8 Factor Polynomials CompletelyKEY: factor solve equation cubic equationBLM: ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-726. ANS:, 0, 3PTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1344STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.1.8 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.6 FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.4.9TOP: Lesson 9.8 Factor Polynomials CompletelyKEY: factor solve cubic equationBLM: ComprehensionNOT: 978-0-618-65612-727. ANS:23

Name: Date: Per:y10–1010x–10x 1 and x 3PTS: 1DIF: Level AREF: MALG1382 STA: FL.FLSSS.MTH.07.9-12.MA.912.A.7.1TOP: Lesson 10.3 Solve Quadratic Equations by GraphingKEY: solve

21. Marc sold 542 tickets for the school play. Student tickets cost 4 and adult tickets cost 6. Marc's sales totaled 2764. How many adult tickets and how many student tickets did Marc sell? a. 298 adult, 244 student b. 244 adult, 298 student c. 249 adult, 293 student d. 293 adult, 249 student 22. Which system of equations has no solution? a. b.