one-time enrollment fee of $\$ 50$was charged when she joined. Which of the following represents the total amount of fees that Merry has paid to the community organizers after$m$months, in dollars? $$\begin{array}{l}{\text { A) } 15 m+50} \\ {\text { B) } 15+50 m} \\ {\text { C) } 15 m-50} \\ {\text { D) }(15+50) m}\end{array}$$ Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 3 Rob has his favorite guitar tuned up and ready to bring to a performance by his cover band at a local venue Saturday. He decides at the last minute to bring$x$additional guitars, just in case his favorite guitar has an issue. If the total number of guitars that Robert brings to the performance can be modeled as$x+1,$what does the$^{*}+1^{\prime \prime}$account for in the expression? A) It accounts for an additional guitar that Rob returns to his house and picks up in the middle of the performance. B) It accounts for his favorite guitar, which Rob was bringing from the beginning. C) It accounts for the number of additional guitars that Rob decided to bring. D) It accounts for an additional non-guitar musical instrument that Rob decided to bring. Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 4 A group of 24 students was polled as to whether they enjoy biology class, chemistry class, both, or neither. The results are shown in the table below: $$\begin{array}{|c|c|c|}\hline & {\text { Biology }} & {\text { Chemistry }} \\ \hline \text { Enjoy } & {14} & {18} \\ \hline \text { Don't Enjoy } & {10} & {6} \\ \hline\end{array}$$ Given the above data, which of the following conclusions is true? A) The ratio of those who enjoy biology class to those who enjoy chemistry class is$7 : 8 .$B) The ratio of those who enjoy chemistry class to those who don't enjoy chemistry class is$9 : 4 .$C) The ratio of those who enjoy biology class to those who don't enjoy chemistry class is$7 : 2 .$D) The ratio of those who don't enjoy biology class to those who enjoy chemistry class is$5 : 9 .$Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 5 Dr. Goldberg, a noted dietician, mixes different solutions as part of her research into sugar substitutes. By weight, she mixes 40$\%$of a sample of substitute$A$and 70$\%$of a sample of substitute$B$to create substitute C.If Dr. Goldberg initially had 60 grams of substitute$A$and 110 grams of substitute$B,$then what would be the weight, in grams, of substitute$C ?$A) 24 B) 77 C) 101 D) 170 Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 6 Which of the following is equivalent to the expression $$x^{4}-x^{3}-x^{2} ?$$ $$\begin{array}{l}{\text { A) } x\left(x^{2}-x-1\right)} \\ {\text { B) } x\left(x-x^{2}-x^{3}\right)} \\ {\text { C) } x\left(x^{3}-x^{2}\right)} \\ {\text { D) } x^{2}\left(x^{2}-x-1\right)}\end{array}$$ Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 7 Officer Blake drives his squad car 1 mile per minute while patrolling local highways during his shift. If he has driven 480 miles by the end of his shift, how many total hours did he drive his car at the above rate? A) 8 B) 12 C) 16 D) 20 Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 8 In the inequality$37 \leq-2 x+1,$what is the appropriate order of steps needed to solve the inequality for$x ?$A) Add 1 to both sides, divide both sides by 2 , and flip the inequality sign to$\geq .$B) Subtract 1 from both sides, divide both sides by -2, and flip the inequality sign to$\geq .$C) Add 1 to both sides, divide both sides by$-2,$and keep the original inequality sign. D) Subtract from both sides, divide both sides by 2 , and keep the original inequality sign. Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 9 What is the value of $$\left(2 x^{2}+4 x+8\right)-\left(2 x^{2}-4 x+7\right) ?$$ $$\begin{array}{l}{\text { A) } 4 x^{2}+8 x+15} \\ {\text { B) } 2 x^{2}+x+1} \\ {\text { C) } 8 x+1} \\ {\text { D) } 8 x+15}\end{array}$$ Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 10 As part of a project for his cartography elective, Adam climbs several hills to create a relief map for the woods surrounding his house. He records the vertical heights of the five hills he climbed at 55 feet, 42 feet, 38 feet, 50 feet, and 48 feet. For his project, Adam must convert his measurements to inches. If 1 foot$=12$inches, what is the measurement, in inches, of the tallest hill Adam will have on his map? A) 660 B) 600 C) 576 D) 456 Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 11 In the figure above, if$y=40$and$\overline{L N}=8,$which of the following most closely approximates the length of$\overline{M N}$? A) 0.10 B) 9.53 C) 10.44 D) 12.45 Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 12 Mccoy Max Speed, Inc. makes custom skateboards for its customers. Two wooden skateboards and three composite skateboards cost$\$650 .$ Three
wooden skateboards and one composite skateboard cost $\$ 450 .$How much would McCoy Max Speed charge a customer who purchases five wooden skateboards and four composite skateboards? A)$\$500$
B) $\$ 600$C)$\$1,000$
D) $\$ 1,100$Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 13 The chart below shows data about the number of employees at Cuda Cola, a popular beverage company. Assuming the employee total grows at the same rate each year, and male and female percentages continue to decrease and increase by$5 \%,$respectively, approximately how many male employees will work at Cuda Cola in 2015$?$A)$1,515$B)$1,398$C)$1,282$D)$1,165$Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 14 John Croxley, the mayor of Black Rock, NY, is counting the number of restaurants that have opened in his town per month for the last seven months. He compiles the seven numbers into Set F, which contains the elements$4,5,11,13,16,18,$and$x .$If both the median and average (arithmetic mean) of Set$\mathrm{F}$equal 11 , what must be the value of$x,$the unknown number of restaurants that opened in Mayor Croxley's town last month? A) 9 B) 10 C) 11 D) 12 Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 15 $$\begin{array}{l}{17 s+20 t=59} \\ {30 s+40 t=110}\end{array}$$ In the system of equations above, what is the value of tin terms of$s ?$A)$\frac{2 s}{5}$B)$\frac{s}{5}$C)$\frac{5}{2 s}$D)$\frac{5}{s}$Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 16 Given the scatterplot graph above, ten students at Welton Academy were polled at random about their usage of the school's new physics-centered social media app, E = MC Shared. The app was developed to encourage students to discuss physics curricula and concepts in ways that mirrored social media trends in 2013 . Students were asked how many times they logged into the app each day as well as how many posts they actually made using the app. With the given data, what conclusions can be drawn about this group of students? A) The majority of students polled logged in more times per day than they posted. B) The majority of students polled posted more times per day than they logged in. C) The majority of students polled logged in and posted an equal number of times. D) No relationship can be drawn between logins per day and posts per day. Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 17 Two graphs,$f(x)$and$h(x),$are shown above. If$f(x)=3 x+4$and$f(x)$and$h(x)$are perpendicular, which of the following could be the equation of$h(x)?$$$\begin{array}{l}{\text { A) } h(x)=\frac{1}{3} x+9} \\ {\text { B) } h(x)=\frac{1}{3} x+9} \\ {\text { C) } h(x)=3 x+9} \\ {\text { D) } h(x)=-3 x+9}\end{array}$$ Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 18 The number of eggs that Farmer Jones has in his chicken coop will grow exponentially as Farmer Jones buys more chickens to increase production. The number of eggs Farmer Jones has in the coop can be modeled by the equation$y=3 x$beginning on Day$1,$where$x$is given by$x=1,$and$y$is the number of eggs currently in the coop. If the coop can support only$4,00$eggs, and Farmer Jones empties the coop every every day, on which day will the chickens produce too many eggs for the coop to support? A) Day 6 B) Day 7 C) Day 8 D) Day 9 Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 19 If$a=\frac{4 a^{2}}{16}$and$a$is a nonzero integer, which of the following is equivalent to$a ?$$$\begin{array}{l}{\text { A) } 4 a} \\ {\text { B) } 4 \sqrt{a}} \\ {\text { C) } \sqrt{2 a}} \\ {\text { D) } 2 \sqrt{a}}\end{array}$$ Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 20 Three different chefs work together to prepare meals for 280 dinner guests. Each works at a different speed, and their combined output throughout the night is modeled by the equation$8 x+4 x+2 x=280 .$If$x$is a positive integer, which of the following could 8$x$represent in the equation? A) The total meal output by the slowest chef, who made 40 meals. B) The total meal output by the fastest chef, who made 160 meals. C) The total meal output by the fastest chef, who made 80 meals. D) The difference between the output between the slowest and fastest chef, which would be 120 meals. Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 21 The graph,$y=f(x),$shown above models the performance of a certain crop, where$x$is the nutrients subtracted or added to the soil and$y$is the gain or loss of pieces of fruit added to the total harvest. A more powerful fertilizer that is used causes the graph$y=f(x)$to be reflected over the line$y=x$. Which of the following best describes the behavior of the crop with the new fertilizer? A) For every three nutrients added to the soil, the crop loses two additional fruits for the total harvest. B) For every two nutrients added to the soil, the crop loses two additional fruits for the total harvest. C) For every three nutrients added to the soil, the crop adds two additional fruits to the total harvest. D) For every two nutrients added to the soil, the crop adds three additional fruits to the total harvest. Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 22 George and Joe both interview the same 20 fellow students regarding their interest in their school's new Model UN Club. George asked the students to respond with Interested, Sort of Interested, and Not Interested. Joe asked the students to rate their interest on a scale of 1 to$5 .$The results of the polls are below. George's Poll $$\begin{array}{|l|l|}\hline \text { Response } & {\text { Number of Students }} \\ \hline \text { Interested } & {8} \\ \hline \text { Sort of Interested } & {5} \\ \hline \text { Not Interested } & {7} \\ \hline\end{array}$$ Joe's Poll $$\begin{array}{|l|l|}\hline \text { Rating } & {\text { Number of Students }} \\ \hline 1 & {5} \\ \hline 2 & {4} \\ \hline 3 & {3} \\ \hline 4 & {4} \\ \hline 5 & {4} \\ \hline\end{array}$$ After reviewing the data, the Model UN advisors determine that Joe neglected to include whether a 1 or 5 was the best rating in his report. What additional piece of information would most help the advisor determine whether a 1 or 5 was the best rating? A) Requesting that George redo his poll with the same rating system as Joe's poll B) Requesting that Joe redo his poll with the same rating system as George's poll C) Polling all of the students who said "Interested" in George's Poll and asking them to choose between "Extremely Interested" and "Very Interested" D) Polling all of the students who gave a$"_{1} "$rating in Joe's poll and ask them if they are interested in Model UN Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 23 Each winter, Captain Dan's Ski Lodge rents both pairs of skis and snowboards to its guests for a flat daily rete per pair of skis and a flat daily rate per snowboard. Five pairs of skis and two snowboards will cost a family$\$370$ . Three pairs of skis and four snowboards will cost a family
$\$ 390 .$During a particularly slow season, Captain Dan announces a 10$\%$discount on all skis and snowboards. What would be the cost of renting two pairs of skis and two snowboards if they were rented during this discount period? A)$\$99$
B) $\$ 110$C)$\$198$
D) $\$ 220$Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 24 If$8 x+8 y=18$and$x^{2}-y^{2}=-\frac{3}{8},$what is the value of$2 x-2 y ?$A)$-\frac{1}{3}$B)$-\frac{1}{6}$C)$\frac{1}{3}$D)$\frac{1}{6}$Check back soon! ### Math Test - Calculator - Problem 25 Shaun is developing a weight loss regimen, which includes both a workout plan and a calorie-restriction plan. Shaun wants to work out for no less than 30 minutes and no more than 60 minutes a day and consume no less Shaun is developing a weight loss regimen, which includes both a workout plan and a calorie-restriction plan. Shaun wants to work out for no less than 30 minutes and no more than 60 minutes a day and consume no less than$2,000$and no more than$2,500$calories. If each minute,$m,$of his workout time buns 50 calories, which of the following inequalities represents the number of minutes,$m$, that shaun can work out each day to burn off as many calories as he consumes?$
\begin{array}{l}{\text { A) } 30 \leq m \leq 60} \\ {\text { B) } 30 \leq m \leq 50} \\ {\text { C) } 40 \leq m \leq 50} \\ {\text { D) } 40 \leq m \leq 50}\end{array}
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