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Algebra I Keystone Exam Sample Questions Problems taken from: Keystone Exams: Algebra I Assessment Anchors and Eligible Content mpl_Qstns_Glssry_April-2012.pdf
x-variable: the number of bowls y-variable: the height of the stack of bowls
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As the distance driven (d) increases, the amount of gasoline (g) must decline.
-220 represents the cost of materials. As the values of the range increase from –220, Ben is losing less money. When the range becomes positive, Ben is making a profit.
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We use inequalities when there is a range of possible answers for a situation. I have to be there in less than 5 minutes, This team needs to score at least.
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