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Sample Test for Chapter 1 (Optional)
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1.
The slope of a straight line can be determined by:
Student Response
Correct Answer
A. comparing the absolute horizontal change to the absolute vertical
change between two points on the line.
B. comparing the absolute vertical change to the absolute horizontal
change between two points on the line.
C. taking the reciprocal of the vertical intercept.
D. comparing the percentage vertical change to the percentage
horizontal change between two points on the line.
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2.
Answer the next question(s) on the basis of the following five data sets wherein it is assumed
that the variable shown on the left is the independent variable and the one on the right is the
dependent variable. Assume in graphing these data that the independent variable is shown on
the horizontal axis and the dependent variable on the vertical axis.
Refer to the above data sets. The equation for data set 3 is:
Student Response
Correct Answer
A.
P
= 90  .5
N
.
B.
P
= 90 + .5
N
.
C.
P
= .5
N
.
D.
P
= 40 + .5
N
.
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3.
Refer to the above diagram. Which line(s) show(s) a negative relationship between
x
and
y
?
Student Response
Correct Answer
A.
A
only
B. both
A
and
D
C.
A
,
B
, and
D
D. both
C
and
E
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4.
The amount of pizzas that consumers want to buy per week is reflected in the equation
P
= 15 
.02
Q
d
, where
Q
d
is the amount of pizzas purchased per week and
P
is the price of pizzas. On
the basis of this information we can say that:
Student Response
Correct Answer
A. if pizzas were free, people would consume 800 per week.
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