1.   If f(n) = -6n + 2, find f.
    A. 4 B. 9
    C. 8 D. -3
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  2.   What is the correct graph of (-3, -5)?
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  3.   Determine whether a scatter plot of a set of data involving a person's height and telephone number would show a positive, negative or no relationship?
    A. No Relationship B. Both Positive and Negative
    C. Positive D. Negative
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  4.   Determine whether a scatter plot of a set of data involving the number of volleyball practices in a week and the amount of free time that week would show a positive, negative or no relationship?
    A. No Relationship B. Positive
    C. Not Enough Information Given D. Negative
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  5.   Which ordered pair is on the graph of y = -x 5?
    A. (-3, -3.5) B. (-2, -7)
    C. (0, -5.5) D. (1, -4.5)
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  6.   A hotdog vendor's profit P for each hotdog sold h is modeled by the function P = 1.75h. What would be the hotdog vendor's profit if he sold 125 hotdogs?
    A. $218.75 B. $126.75
    C. $142.50 D. $225.00
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  7.   Which graph represents y = -3x + 1?
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
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  8.   Find the slope of the line that passes through M(-6, 2) and N(-4, -2).
    A. 2 B. -
    C. -2 D.
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  9.   Find the slope of the line that passes through R(-3, 4) and S(5, 2).
    A. B. 4
    C. - D. -4
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  10.   State the slope and y-intercept of the graph of y x = -2.
    A. The slope is 1, and the y-intercept is -2. B. The slope is -1, and y-intercept is -2.
    C. The slope is -2, and the y-intercept is -1. D. The slope is -2, and the y-intercept is 1.
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  11.   A long-distance phone company charges $5 per month and $0.10 per minute. The total bill y for the month can be represented by the equation y = 0.10x + 5. The graph of the equation is shown. Describe what the slope and y-intercept represent.
   
    A. The slope resents the number of minutes used. The y-intercept represents the monthly charge.
    B. The slope represents the total bill. The y-intercept represents the cost per minute.
    C. The slope represents the cost per minute. The y-intercept represents the monthly charge.
    D. The slope represents the monthly charge. The y-intercept represents the cost per minute.
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  12.   Evaluate 9t if t = 4.
    A. 13 B. 2.25
    C. 5 D. 36
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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. 480 B. 60
    C. 2880 D. 960
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  14.   What is the constant of variation of the data shown in the table?
   
    A. 130 B. 65
    C. 260 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. r + b ≥ 15
6r + 8b ≥ 100
B. r + b ≤ 15
6r + 8b ≤ 100
    C. b + r ≤ 15
6b + 8r ≤ 100
D. b + r ≥ 15
6b + 8r ≤ 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 ≥ 1
F4G
B. F + G ≥ 4
FG + 1
    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. 40 B. 200
    C. 4 D. 20
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  18.   Katie is making a sundae. She can choose chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry ice cream. She also can choose chocolate syrup, or caramel topping. Finally, she can choose nuts, sprinkles or candy. How many different sundaes can she make?
    A. 10 B. 27
    C. 8 D. 18
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