5Functions- 20 pointsDoes the table Represent a function why or why not? Does the graph represent a function why or why not. Must get both correct to gain the points. A. B.XY7-2-39-4
6Functions- 20 points Function, Domain does not repeat. Answer:Function, Domain does not repeat.Not a Function, Vertical line test fails.
7Functions- 30 pointsJazmin is a hairdresser who rents a station in a salon for a daily fee. The amount of money (m) Jazmin makes from any number of haircuts (n) a day is described by the linear equation m = 45n – 30. Which statement is true?A haircut costs $30, and station rent is $45A haircut costs $45, and station rent is $30Jazmin must do 30 haircuts to pay the $45 rental feeJazmin deducts $30 from each $45 haircut for the station rent.
8Answer: B. A haircut costs $45, and station rent is $30 Functions- 30 pointsAnswer: B. A haircut costs $45, and station rent is $30
9Functions- 40 pointsJustin works at a shop that prints t-shirts. The table shows how the cost of printing t-shirts depends on the number printed. Write an equation to show the relationship between n, the shirts printed, and C, the total cost.Number of shirtsTotal Cost ($)2011030135401605018560210
17What does the number 0.75 represent in the equation? Slope - 30A snowstorm laid down more snow on top of an existing base. The equation below can be used to find the total inches of snow, s, on the ground after any number of hours, h, of the storm.What does the number 0.75 represent in the equation?The length of time in hours the storm lastedThe inches of snow that fell per hour during the stormThe inches of snow on the ground after 3/4 of an hourThe inches of snow on the ground at the beginning of the storm
18Answer: B. The inches of snow that fell per hour during the storm Slope – 30Answer: B. The inches of snow that fell per hour during the storm
19Slope - 40The table below shows the rate charged to park in a parking garage Melissa has parked her car in the garage for 2 hours already. How much more will it cost for her car to be parked for 1 additional hour?# of hoursCost to Park0.51.001.01.751.52.502.03.25
29Equations - 40Ashley is the manager of a theater. She has $240 to spend on posters to advertise a new play. Ashley can spend exactly $240 to print 48 small posters. She can also spend exactly $240 to print 30 larger posters. Write an equation that can be used to find all combinations of small posters (x) and large posters (y) that will cost exactly $240.
31Linear Equations - 50Neil gets in an elevator at the 30th floor, and it begins to move downward at a speed of 8 ft. per second. After 12 seconds, the elevator is 240 ft. above the ground. Let y = the height in feet of the elevator x seconds after Neil got in. Write an equation to show the relationship between x an y.
37Data Analysis- 30Javier’s scores in 7 basketball games are shown below: 18, 15, 20, 14, 12, 17, 18 Javier has one more game and he wants to average 17 points for all 8 games. How many points does he need to score in his last game?
39Data Analysis - 40The prices of the five most popular big screen television sets at an electronics store are listed below.$2,499, $1,359, $2,299, $2,999, $1,789If the price of the next most popular television set is included in this data, the range in prices increases by $800. what could be the prices of the next most popular set?$2, B. $2, 199C. $3, D. $3, 859
45Probability - 20In a shipment of alarm clocks, the probability that one alarm clock is defective is Charlie selects three alarm clocks at random. If he puts each clock back with the rest of the shipment before selecting the next one, what is the probability that all three alarm clock would be defective?
49Probability - 40 A builder has 8 lots available for sale. 6 lots are greater than one acre2 lots are less than one acreWhat is the probability that the next three lots sold will be greater than one acre?
51Inequalities - 50Wade is playing darts. Each dart throw scores a certain number of points, depending where it lands. A throw that missed the board is worth 0 points. The table shows the probability of scoring 8, 5, 3, 2, or 0 points on any given throw. If Wade throws two darts what is the probability his total score will be exactly 10 points?ScoreProbability220.127.116.11