Pre-Test_for_Math_1_Placement.pdf

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A. 98 minutes B. 83 minutes C. 43 minutes D. 25 minutes page 2 Pre-Test for Math 1 Placement
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9. One night, the low temperature in Flagsta° was ± 5 ² F. That same night in Phoenix the low temperature was 40 ² F. What is the absolute value of the di°erence between these two temperatures? A. ± 45 ² F B. ± 35 ² F C. 35 ² F D. 45 ² F 10. The graph below shows the number of bushels of soybeans a farmer harvested from his ²eld. Which set of ordered pairs could have been used to make the graph? A. (3 ; 125), (4 ; 200), (5 ; 225) B. (50 ; 1), (200 ; 4), (300 ; 6) C. (100 ; 2), (250 ; 5), (350 ; 7) D. (2 ; 100), (3 ; 150), (5 ; 250) 11. Which expression will not solve 59 ³ 20? A. (50 ³ 20) + (9 ³ 20) B. (59 ³ 10) + (59 ³ 10) C. (59 ³ 10) + (1 ³ 20) D. (60 ³ 20) ± (1 ³ 20) 12. How many of these expressions are equivalent to 3 a + 6? 2 a + 4 + a + 2 3( a + 6) ( a )( a )( a ) + (2)(3) 6 a + 3 A. 0 B. 1 C. 2 D. 3 page 3 Pre-Test for Math 1 Placement
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13. What value of r makes r ± 11 = ± 3 true? A. ± 33 B. ± 8 C. 8 D. 33 14. Jazzi rode her bike at a constant rate for 9 hours. The table below shows how many hours she biked and how many calories she burned. Jazzi’s Bike Ride Hours Calories Burned 2 460 5 1,150 6 1,380 8 1,840 9 2,070 How many calories did Jazzi burn per hour? A. 230 B. 690 C. 1,150 D. 1,380 15. Simplify this expression. Show your steps and choose the best answer. 70 + (3 2 ± 2) 2 A. 21 B. 71 C. 119 D. 75 16. What value of x makes the equation below true? ± 6 x = 1 A. ± 6 B. ± 1 6 C. 1 6 D. 6 page 4 Pre-Test for Math 1 Placement
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17. What is the value of 8 x + 2 y when x = 5 and y = 9? A. 24 B. 58 C. 61 D. 82 18. What is k ? 12 ± k = 4 A. 3 B. 8 C. 16 D. 48 19. Which of the following does not show a close approximation? A. p 18 ´ 4 : 2 B. p 23 ´ 11 : 5 C. p 62 ´ 7 : 9 D. p 80 ´ 8 : 9 20. Which of these best describes the rule for the x and y values in the table below? Input ( x ) Output ( y ) 6 14 7 17 8 20 9 23 10 26 A. 3 x ± 4 = y B. 2 x ± 4 = y C. 3 x + 4 = y D. 2 x + 4 = y page 5 Pre-Test for Math 1 Placement
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21. What is the value of x when 2 3 x = 6?
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