1.   The ordered pair (1, 4) is in which quadrant?
    A. III B. II
    C. I D. IV
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  2.   Which graph shows P(-1, -4)?
    A.
    B.
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    D.
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  3.   Express the ratio 437.6 miles on 17.8 gallons of gasoline as a unit rate.
    A. 27.50 miles per gallon B. 25.71 miles per gallon
    C. 24.58 miles per gallon D. 26.33 miles per gallon
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  4.   Find the slope of the line graphed below.
   
    A. B. -4
    C. D. 4
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  5.   Find the slope of the line.
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  6.   Find the slope of the line that passes through (-10, 5) and (2, 5).
    A. -12 B. -8
    C. undefined D. 0
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  7.   Find the length of the hypotenuse of the right triangle.
   
    A. 15 cm B. 5625 cm
    C. 105 cm D. 75 cm
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  8.   If leg a is 13 inches long and leg b is 21 inches long, what is the length of hypotenuse c? Round to the nearest tenth.
    A. 8.2 inches B. 5.8 inches
    C. 24.7 inches D. 31.1 inches
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  9.   A landscape blueprint shows a circular pond with a radius of 2 inches. If the scale of the blueprint is inch = 1 foot, what is the radius of the actual pond?
    A. 3 feet B. 1 foot
    C. 2 feet D. 4 feet
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  10.   A model car has a scale factor of The diameter of a tire on the model is 0.4 inches. What is the diameter of a tire on the actual car?
    A. 19.4 inches B. 25.6 inches
    C. 22.7 inches D. 20 inches
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  11.   A map has a scale of 1 inch = 15 miles. What is the actual distance between two cities that are inches apart on the map?
    A. 15 miles B. miles
    C. miles D. 6 miles
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  12.   Find the slope of the line?
   
    A. 4 B. 1
    C. −4 D. −1
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  13.   The Melendez family took a drive to the beach. They drove 209 miles one way, and the same amount of miles back home. There are 3 members in the Melendez family. How many passenger-miles was the trip?
    A. 1,254 B. 627
    C. 418 D. 209
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  14.   A plane carries 78 passengers on a 700 mile trip. How many total passenger-miles are on the trip?
    A. 46,500 passenger-miles B. 54,600 passenger-miles
    C. 56,400 passenger-miles D. 45,600 passenger-miles
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  15.   Use an input-output table to graph the linear function y = x −2.
    A.
    B.
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    D.
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  16.   A car travels 65 miles in one hour, 115 miles in two hours, and 170 miles in three hours. Does the car travel at a linear rate?
    A. The car travel is linear. B. None of the above.
    C. The car travel is hyperbolic. D. The car travel is not linear.
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