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Ch 3 T - b Graph the feasible region on the previous page...

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Honors Algebra 2 Name ________________________ Chapter 3 Test Keeney Date_________________ Block ___ NO CALCULATOR IS ALLOWED ON THIS SECTION OF THE TEST. For problems 1 – 5, solve and classify each system. Circle your answers. 1. 3 12 2 8 x y x y + = - = - 2. 4 5 4 3 x y y x - = = + 3. 2 3 4 1 1 2 x y y x + = - = + 4. 2 1 2 4 2 x y y x + = - = - - 5. 2 3 9 3 2 x y z x y x - + = + = - = -
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For problems 6-9, use the graph paper provided on the back of the previous page. 6. Solve by graphing: 2 5 3 2 4 x y x y - = + = 7. Graph the linear inequality: 1 3 2 y - 8. Graph the system of inequalities: 0 5 5 x y x y x < - + - 9. Ms. Plump’s Cookie Factory makes two types of cookies, Chocolate Chip to Die For Cookies and Sweet as Heaven Sugar Cookies. The oven can cook at most 200 cookies per day. Chocolate Chip Cookies each require 2 ounces of flour. Sugar cookies each require 1 ounce of flour. There are 300 ounces of flour available. The income from Chocolate Chip cookies is 10 cents each. The income from Sugar Cookies is 8 cents each. How many of each type should be baked to earn the greatest amount? a) Define the variables and write the constraints here:
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Unformatted text preview: b) Graph the feasible region on the previous page and label the vertices. c) Write the objective function here: d) Evaluate the objective function using the coordinates of each vertex here: e) Write a sentence telling how many of each type of cookie should be baked to earn the greatest amount. 10. A newborn baby weighs 7 pounds and is 21 inches long. During each of the first 6 months, the baby grows ½ inch in length and gains 2 pounds. a) Write the parametric equations describing the length ( x ) and weight ( y ) for t months, where 0 6. t ≤ ≤ b) Make a table of values and graph of the parametric equations. c) How many months will it take for the baby to weigh 14 pounds? Show work for credit. d) How many months will it take for the baby to reach 23 inches in length? Show work for credit. e) How much does the baby weigh at this time? Show work for credit....
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  • Summer '06
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  • Imperial units, United States customary units, Chocolate chip cookie, chocolate chip cookies, Keeney

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