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**Which statement best describes what is being modeled by the graph?**

A. Wyatt started from a standstill, gradually picked up speed, jogged at a constant rate for 4 minutes, gradually slowed down, and stopped. B. Wyatt began jogging at a constant rate and increased his pace steadily until coming to a complete stop after jogging for 11 minutes. C. Wyatt jogged at a steady pace for 4 minutes, took a 4-minute break, walked at a steady pace for 3 minutes, and stopped. D. Wyatt jogged uphill for 4 minutes, jogged on a flat surface for 4 minutes, jogged downhill for 3 minutes, and stopped.

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**Which statement best describes what is being modeled by the graph?**

A. Wyatt started from a standstill, gradually picked up speed, jogged at a constant rate for 4 minutes, gradually slowed down, and stopped. B. Wyatt began jogging at a constant rate and increased his pace steadily until coming to a complete stop after jogging for 11 minutes. C. Wyatt jogged at a steady pace for 4 minutes, took a 4-minute break, walked at a steady pace for 3 minutes, and stopped. D. Wyatt jogged uphill for 4 minutes, jogged on a flat surface for 4 minutes, jogged downhill for 3 minutes, and stopped.

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** Heather is taking a turn playing a game.**

• If she answers the first question correctly, she is awarded 2 points. • If she answers the second question correctly, she is awarded 4 points. • If she answers the third question correctly, she is awarded 6 points. Heather’s turn and this pattern will continue until she is not able to answer a question correctly. Heather answers n questions correctly during her turn. Which function can be used to calculate the total number of points that she was awarded? A. f (n)= B. f(n) = C. f (n)= D. f(n) =

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** Heather is taking a turn playing a game.**

• If she answers the first question correctly, she is awarded 2 points. • If she answers the second question correctly, she is awarded 4 points. • If she answers the third question correctly, she is awarded 6 points. Heather’s turn and this pattern will continue until she is not able to answer a question correctly. Heather answers n questions correctly during her turn. Which function can be used to calculate the total number of points that she was awarded? A. f (n)= B. f(n) = C. f (n)= D. f(n) =

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**3) If David goes to the mall, then his brother will go to the movies**

3) If David goes to the mall, then his brother will go to the movies. David’s brother did not go to the movies. Assuming that these two statements are true, what conclusion can be drawn? A. David went to the mall. B. David went to the movies. C. David did not go to the mall. D. David did not go to the movies.

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**3) If David goes to the mall, then his brother will go to the movies**

3) If David goes to the mall, then his brother will go to the movies. David’s brother did not go to the movies. Assuming that these two statements are true, what conclusion can be drawn? A. David went to the mall. B. David went to the movies. C. David did not go to the mall. D. David did not go to the movies.

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**4) Ella factored the first five out of ten trinomials on a test, and each one factored into a**

pair of binomials. She made this statement. “All of the trinomials on this test will factor into a pair of binomials.” Which word or phrase best describes Ella’s statement? A. counterexample B. inductive reasoning C. deductive reasoning D. conditional statement

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**4) Ella factored the first five out of ten trinomials on a test, and each one factored into a**

pair of binomials. She made this statement. “All of the trinomials on this test will factor into a pair of binomials.” Which word or phrase best describes Ella’s statement? A. counterexample B. inductive reasoning C. deductive reasoning D. conditional statement

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**5) These are the first four steps of a dot pattern.**

The pattern continues. Which function represents the number of dots in Step n? A. f (n)= B. f(n) = C. f (n)= D. f(n) =

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**5) These are the first four steps of a dot pattern.**

The pattern continues. Which function represents the number of dots in Step n? A. f (n)= B. f(n) = C. f (n)= D. f(n) =

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**6) The first term in this sequence is −3**

6) The first term in this sequence is −3. Which function represents the sequence? A. f (n)= n2 −4 B. f (n)= n3 −4 C. f (n)=−n3 +4 D. f (n)=−n2 +4 n 1 2 3 4 5… an -3 23 60 121…

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**6) The first term in this sequence is −3**

6) The first term in this sequence is −3. Which function represents the sequence? A. f (n)= n2 −4 B. f (n)= n3 −4 C. f (n)=−n3 +4 D. f (n)=−n2 +4 n 1 2 3 4 5… an -3 23 60 121…

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**7) A train travels at a rate of (4x+5) miles per hour**

7) A train travels at a rate of (4x+5) miles per hour. How many miles can it travel at that rate in (x−1) hours? A. 3x − 4 miles B. 5x − 4 miles C. 4x2 + x − 5 miles D. 4x2 − 9x - 5 miles

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**7) A train travels at a rate of (4x+5) miles per hour**

7) A train travels at a rate of (4x+5) miles per hour. How many miles can it travel at that rate in (x−1) hours? A. 3x − 4 miles B. 5x − 4 miles C. 4x2 + x − 5 miles D. 4x2 − 9x - 5 miles

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**8) Taylor and Susan each have a box that is in the shape of a cube**

8) Taylor and Susan each have a box that is in the shape of a cube. The edges of Taylor’s box are each x cm in length. The edges of Susan’s box are 4 cm longer than on Taylor’s cube. What binomial expansion represents the volume of Susan’s box? A. (x2 +8x+16)cm3 B. (x3 +12x2 +48x+64)cm3 C. (x3 +768x2 +192x+4)cm3 D. (x4 +12x3 +96x2 +256x+256)cm3

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**8) Taylor and Susan each have a box that is in the shape of a cube**

8) Taylor and Susan each have a box that is in the shape of a cube. The edges of Taylor’s box are each x cm in length. The edges of Susan’s box are 4 cm longer than on Taylor’s cube. What binomial expansion represents the volume of Susan’s box? A. (x2 +8x+16)cm3 B. (x3 +12x2 +48x+64)cm3 C. (x3 +768x2 +192x+4)cm3 D. (x4 +12x3 +96x2 +256x+256)cm3

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9) What is the product of the expression represented by the model below? A. 3x+11 B. x3 +30 C. 2x2 +10x+36 D. 2x2 +16x+30

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3) What is the product of the expression represented by the model below? A. 3x+11 B. x3 +30 C. 2x2 +10x+36 D. 2x2 +16x+30

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. 10) Which expression represents the area of a rectangle given that the length is and the width is 3d + 9? A B. 12 C. D.

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. 10) Which expression represents the area of a rectangle given that the length is and the width is 3d + 9? A B. 12 C. D.

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