Problem 49

An unstated assumption made by the authors about

clover is that the plants

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Math Test - Calculator - Problem 1

The graph above shows Marilyn's distance from her

campsite during a 3 -hour hike. She stopped for

30 minutes during her hike to have lunch. Based on

the graph, which of the following is closest to the

time she finished lunch and continued her hike?

A) $12 : 40 \mathrm{PM}$

B) $1 : 10 \mathrm{PM} .$

C) $1 : 40 \mathrm{PM}$

D) $2 : 00 \mathrm{PM}$

Will S.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 2

The table above shows the distribution of age and

gender for 25 people who entered a contest. If the

contest winner will be selected at random, what is the

probability that the winner will be either a female

under age 40 or a male age 40 or older?

A) $\frac{4}{25}$

B) $\frac{10}{25}$

C) $\frac{11}{25}$

D) $\frac{16}{25}$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 3

The graph below shows the total number of music

album sales, in millions, each year from 1997

through $2009 .$

Based on the graph, which of the following best

describes the general trend in music album sales

from 1997 through 2009$?$

A) Sales generally increased each year since $1997 .$

B) Sales generally decreased each year since $1997 .$

C) Sales increased until 2000 and then generally decreased.

D) Sales generally remained steady from 1997 through $2009 .$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 4

$\begin{array}{|c|c|c|c|c|}\hline n & {1} & {2} & {3} & {4} \\ \hline f(n) & {-2} & {1} & {4} & {7} \\ \hline\end{array}$

The table above shows some values of the linear

function $f .$ Which of the following defines $f ?$

A) $f(n)=n-3$

B) $f(n)=2 n-4$

C) $f(n)=3 n-5$

D) $f(n)=4 n-6$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 5

At Lincoln High School, approximately 7 percent of

enrolled juniors and 5 percent of enrolled seniors

were inducted into the National Honor Society last

year. If there were 562 juniors and 602 seniors

enrolled at Lincoln High School last year, which of

the following is closest to the total number of juniors

and seniors at Lincoln High School last year who

were inducted into the National Honor Society?

A) 140

B) 69

C) 39

D) 30

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 6

$3 x^{2}-5 x+2$

$5 x^{2}-2 x-6$

Which of the following is the sum of the two

polynomials shown above?

A) $8 x^{2}-7 x-4$

B) $8 x^{2}+7 x-4$

C) $8 x^{4}-7 x^{2}-4$

D) $8 x^{4}+7 x^{2}-4$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 7

If $\frac{3}{5} w=\frac{4}{3},$ what is the value of $w ?$

A) $\frac{9}{20}$

B) $\frac{4}{5}$

C) $\frac{5}{4}$

D) $\frac{20}{9}$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 8

The average number of students per classroom at

Central High School from 2000 to 2010 can be

modeled by the equation $y=0.56 x+27.2,$ where

$x$ represents the number of years since $2000,$ and

$y$ represents the average number of students per

classroom. Which of the following best describes the

meaning of the number 0.56 in the equation?

A) The total number of students at the school in 2000

B) The average number of students per classroom in 2000

C) The estimated increase in the average number of

D) The estimated difference between the average number of students per classroom in 2010 $\quad$ and $\operatorname{in} 2000$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 9

Nate walks 25 meters in 13.7 seconds. If he walks at

this same rate, which of the following is closest to the

distance he will walk in 4 minutes?

A) 150 meters

B) 450 meters

C) 700 meters

D) 1,400 meters

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 10

What is the weight, in newtons, of an object on

Mercury with a mass of 90 kilograms?

A) 25

B) 86

C) 101

D) 324

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 11

An object on Earth has a weight of 150 newtons. On

which planet would the same object have an

approximate weight of 170 newtons?

A) Venus

B) Saturn

C) Uranus

D) Neptune

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 12

If the function $f$ has five distinct zeros, which of the

following could represent the complete graph of $f$ in

the $x y$ -plane?

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 13

$h=-16 t^{2}+v t+k$

The equation above gives the height $h,$ in feet, of a

ball $t$ seconds after it is thrown straight up with an

initial speed of $v$ feet per second from a height of

$k$ feet. Which of the following gives $v$ in terms of

$h, t,$ and $k ?$

A) $v=h+k-16 t$

B) $v=\frac{h-k+16}{t}$

C) $v=\frac{h+k}{t}-16 t$

D) $v=\frac{h-k}{t}+16 t$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 14

The cost of using a telephone in a hotel meeting

room is $\$ 0.20$ per minute. Which of the following

equations represents the total cost $c$ , in dollars, for

$h$ hours of phone use?

A) $c=0.20(60 h)$

B) $c=0.20 h+60$

C) $c=\frac{60 h}{0.20}$

D) $c=\frac{0.20 h}{60}$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 15

In order to determine if treatment $\mathrm{X}$ is successful in

improving eyesight, a research study was conducted.

From a large population of people with poor

eyesight, 300 participants were selected at random.

Half of the participants were randomly assigned to

receive treatment $\mathrm{X},$ and the other half did not

receive treatment $\mathrm{X} .$ The resulting data showed that

participants who received treatment $\mathrm{X}$ had

significantly improved eyesight as compared to those

who did not receive treatment $\mathrm{X}$ . Based on the

design and results of the study, which of the

following is an appropriate conclusion?

A) Treatment $\mathrm{X}$ is likely to improve the eyesight of

people who have poor eyesight.

B) Treatment $\mathrm{X}$ improves eyesight better than all

other available treatments.

C) Treatment X will improve the eyesight of anyone

who takes it.

D) Treatment X will cause a substantial

improvement in eyesight.

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 16

Graphs of the functions $f$ and $g$ are shown in the

$x y$ -plane above. For which of the following values of

$x$ does $f(x)+g(x)=0 ?$

$\begin{array}{cc}{A )} & {-3} \\ {B )} & {-2} \\ {C )} & {-1} \\ {D )} & {0}\end{array}$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 17

How will the quantity of the product supplied to the

market change if the price of the product is increased

by $\$ 10 ?$

A) The quantity supplied will decrease by 5 units.

B) The quantity supplied will increase by 5 units.

C) The quantity supplied will increase by 10 units.

D) The quantity supplied will increase by 50 units.

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 18

At what price will the quantity of the product

supplied to the market equal the quantity of the

product demanded by the market?

A) $\$ 90$

B) $\$ 120$

C) $\$ 133$

D) $\$ 155$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 19

Graphene, which is used in the manufacture of

integrated circuits, is so thin that a sheet weighing

one ounce can cover up to 7 football fields. If a

football field has an area of approximately 1$\frac{1}{3}$ acres,

about how many acres could 48 ounces of graphene

cover?

$\begin{array}{ll}{\text { A) }} & {250} \\ {\text { B) }} & {350} \\ {\text { C) }} & {450} \\ {\text { D) }} & {1,350}\end{array}$

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 20

Michael swam $2,000$ yards on each of eighteen days.

The scatterplot above shows his swim time for and

corresponding heart rate after each swim. The line of

best fit for the data is also shown. For the swim that

took 34 minutes, Michael's actual heart rate was

about how many beats per minutes less than the rate

predicted by the line of best fit?

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 21

Of the following four types of savings account plans,

which option would yield exponential growth of the

money in the account?

A) Each successive year, 2$\%$ of the initial savings is

added to the value of the account.

B) Each successive year, 1.5$\%$ of the initial savings

and $\$ 100$ is added to the value of the account.

C) Each successive year, 1$\%$ of the current value is

D) Each successive year, $\$ 100$ is added to the value

of the account.

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 22

The sum of three numbers is $855 .$ One of the

numbers, $x$ is 50$\%$ more than the sum of the other

two numbers. What is the value of $x ?$

A) 570

B) 513

C) 214

D) 155

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 23

The angles shown above are acute and

$\sin \left(a^{\circ}\right)=\cos \left(b^{\circ}\right) .$ If $a=4 k-22$ and $b=6 k-13$

what is the value of $k ?$

A) 4.5

B) 5.5

C) 12.5

D) 21.5

Lily A.

Numerade Educator

Math Test - Calculator - Problem 24

Mr. Kohl has a beaker containing $n$ milliliters of

solution to distribute to the students in his chemistry

class. If he gives each student 3 milliliters of solution,

he will have 5 milliliters left over. In order to give

each student 4 milliliters of solution, he will need an

additional 21 milliliters. How many students are in

the class?

A) 16

B) 21

C) 23

D) 26

Lily A.

Numerade Educator