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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 Algebra I Warm-up 7

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 1.Travis has been working on a farm. He put 45% of his paycheck in his savings account and spent 10% on a video game. 30% of his paycheck was spent on clothes and he spent $44.25 to put gas in his truck. What was the amount of his paycheck? A. $139.25 B. $295.00 C. $339.75 D. $663.75

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 2. Travis has been working on a farm. He put 45% of his paycheck in his savings account and spent 10% on a video game. 30% of his paycheck was spent on clothes and he spent $44.25 to put gas in his truck. How much did he put in savings? A. $132.75 B. $152.89 C. $298.69 D. $184.25

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 3. Travis has been working on a farm. He put 45% of his paycheck in his savings account and spent 10% on a video game. 30% of his paycheck was spent on clothes and he spent $44.25 to put gas in his truck. How much more did he spend on clothes than on the video game? A. $20.00 B. $59.00 C. $29.95 D. $39.95

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 4. A larger model of a cereal box is made for a display. All the dimensions are 3 times the size of the original cereal box. If the cereal box has a surface area of 240 square inches of cardboard, what is the surface area of the model? A.720 in 2 B.1440 in 2 C.2160 in 2 D.6480 in 2

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 5. Which of the following represents a negative correlation? A.The amount of fabric needed for curtains versus the size of window. B.The amount of money in an account versus the number of checks written. C.The cost of publishing a book versus the number of books published. D.The total amount spent on gas versus the color of the car.

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 6. Sean is creating a tile design on a tabletop. The tiles that he bought and the corresponding cost has been represented by coordinates, where x is the number of tiles and y is the total cost. (12,9.60), (8,6.40), and (10,8.00). What is the rate of change and what does it mean? A.$0.80 per tile B.$3.20 total cost C.$1.60 total cost D.$3.20 per tile

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 7. Sean is creating a tile design on a tabletop. The tiles that he bought and the corresponding cost has been represented by coordinates, where x is the number of tiles and y is the total cost. (12,9.60), (8,6.40), and (10,8.00). What is the equation of this line?

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 8. Sean is creating a tile design on a tabletop. The tiles that he bought and the corresponding cost has been represented by coordinates, where x is the number of tiles and y is the total cost. (12,9.60), (8,6.40), and (10,8.00). If (6,y) is a point on this line, what is the value of y? A.$4.80 B.$19.20 C.$3.20 D.$6.40

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 9.A pen manufacturer checks 5% of the pens that it makes. Of the 100 pens that it checked today, 8 were defective. Which shows a good estimate of how many defective pens were produced today? A. 40 B. 80 C. 160 D. 800

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 10. The point (3g,h) is reflected across the y-axis. What are the new coordinates? A.(3g,h-1) B.(3g,-h) C.(3g-1,h) D.(-3g,h)

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Algebra TEXAS StyleA1warmup7 A1 warm-up 7 1.B, obj 9, 8.3B 2.A, obj 10, 8.14A 3.B, obj 10, 8.14B 4.C, obj 8, 8.10A 5.B, Obj 1, A.1E (Ab1E) 6.A, obj 3, A.6A (Ac2A) 7.D, obj 3, A.6D (Ac2D) 8.A, obj 2, A.4A (Ab4A) 9.C, obj 9, 8.3B 10.D, obj 6, 8.6B

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