1.   Which operation should be used to solve the equation n + 13 = 42?
    A. Add 42 to each side.
    B. Subtract 42 from each side.
    C. Subtract 13 from each side.
    D. Add 13 to each side.
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  2.   If n is the number of seconds between the lightning and the thunder
and f(n) is the number of feet between you and the lightning, then
f(n) = 1100n. If n is 7, find f(n).
    A. 8800 feet B. 157.1 feet
    C. 7700 feet D. 9000 feet
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  3.   Three ordered pairs for f(n) = 2n - 1 are (-1, -3), (1, 1), and (2, 3). Graph the function.
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
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  4.   If d = 55t represents the distance you travel at 55 miles per hour, find
(t, d) when t = 4 hours.
    A. (4, 165) B. (4, 220)
    C. (4, 55) D. (4, 110)
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  5.   Which equation passes through the points (-1, -1), (0, 1), and (1, 3)?
    A. y = x+1 B. y = -2x+1
    C. y = 2x+1 D. y =+1
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  6.   What value of x makes x + 27 = 13 a true statement?
    A. 14 B. -40
    C. -14 D. 40
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  7.   Find the slope of the line that passes through A(-3, 2) and B(1, 3).
    A. -4 B. -
    C. 4 D.
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  8.   State the slope and y-intercept of the graph of y = -x + 2.
    A. The slope is 2, and the y-intercept is -.
    B. The slope is -, and the y-intercept is 2.
    C. The slope is , and the y-intercept is -2.
    D. The slope is -2, and the y-intercept is -.
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  9.   Graph y = -2x - 1 using the slope and y-intercept.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  10.   The scatter plot shows the relationship between study time and test scores. Which equation could be used to describe a best-fit line?
   
    A. y = x + 62.5 B. y = -x + 62.5
    C. y = x + 62.5 D. y = 3x + 62.5
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  11.   The scatter plot shows the relationship between miles driven and fuel used. Which equation could be used to describe a best-fit line?
   
    A. y = x B. y = x
    C. y = x D. y = x
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  12.   A ladder rises 20 feet for every horizontal change of 4 feet. What is the slope of the ladder?
    A. 20 B.
    C. 4 D. 5
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  13.   The number of calories Kira burns while riding a bike varies directly with the number of hours the bike is ridden. How many calories are burned in 60 minutes?
   
    A. 960 B. 60
    C. 480 D. 2880
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  14.   What is the constant of variation of the data shown in the table?
   
    A. 65 B. 260
    C. 130 D. not proportional
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  15.   Peter makes $6 an hour raking leaves and $8 an hour babysitting. He wants to work a total of at least 15 hours this week and make at least $100. Write a system of inequalities that represents this situation.
    A. b + r ≤ 15
6b + 8r ≤ 100
B. r + b ≤ 15
6r + 8b ≤ 100
    C. b + r ≥ 15
6b + 8r ≤ 100
D. r + b ≥ 15
6r + 8b ≥ 100
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  16.   Sharon studied for at least 4 hours for her French and geography tests. She spent no more than one more hour studying for her French test than her geography test. Write a system of inequalities that represents the time she spent studying for these tests.
    A. F + G ≤ 4
FG + 1
B. F + G ≥ 1
F4G
    C. F + G ≤ 1
FG + 4
D. F + G ≥ 4
FG + 1
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  17.   The graph shows the results of a survey of 200 students asking their favorite summer activity. How many more chose reading than tennis?
   
    A. 20 B. 200
    C. 4 D. 40
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  18.   The Venn Diagram shows the names of students who played soccer and softball. Which students played both?
   
    A. Liza and Lexie B. Ling and Lisa
    C. Jane and Ling D. Sue and Bobbie
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