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Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 1. 1 a 1. Roberto is packing a van with suitcases. The van has 15 storage units. Each large suitcase uses 2 storage units, and each small suitcase uses 1 storage unit. If l is the number of large suitcases and s is the number of small suitcases, which inequality represents the number of suitcases he can fit in the van? A B C D Page 1

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 1. 1 d 2. Jonas is buying ice and soda for a barbecue. Ice costs \$2 per bag, and soda costs \$3 per case. Jonas has \$18 to spend. Which of the following combinations is he able to buy if he is to stay within his budget? F 2 cases of soda and 6 bags of ice G 3 cases of soda and 5 bags of ice H 4 cases of soda and 4 bags of ice J 1 case of soda and 8 bags of ice Page 2

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 1. 2 a 3. When x = 2 and y = -3, what is the value of the expression: x (3 x – 2 y) + xy ? A -18 B 6 C -6 D 18 Page 3

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 1. 2 b (2 x – 5) + (2 – x) – (3 + x) 4. What is the simplified value of this expression? F 2 x + 6 G 2 x - 6 H -6 J 6 Page 4

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 1. 2 c 5. Which expression is the factored equivalent of: 2 6 t – 5 t – 25 A (2 t + 5) (3 t + 5) B (2 t – 5) (3 t – 5) C (2 t – 5) (3 t + 5) D (2 t + 5) (3 t – 5) Page 5

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 1 a 6. Which situation CANNOT be represented by a linear function? F A worker’s monthly earnings include a bonus of \$25 and pay at a rate of \$6 per hour he worked that month. G A student collects 15 pounds of cans every 2 weeks for a fundraiser. H A writer uses twice as many pencils each week as he did the week before. J A student gets 5 points for each correct answer on a test. Page 6

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 1 b 7. Identify the mapping diagram that represents the relation and determine whether the relation is a function. A C The relation is not a function B The relation is a function D The relation is a function The relation is not a function Page 7

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 2 a 8. Which linear equation goes through the points (– 2, – 7) and (3, 8)? F y=x– 1 G y = – 2 x – 7 H y = 3 x – 1 J y = 3 x – 3 Page 8

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 2 b 9. The graph of which function appears to be shifted 3 units down from the graph of y = x 2 + 3? A y = x 2 – 3 B y = x 2 C y = x 2 + 3 D y = x 2 + 6 Page 9

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 1 c. I 10. The graph shows the wages earned by a cashier during a week. Which of the following best describes the slope of the line? F The cashier earns \$6 per hour. G The cashier earns \$6. 25 per hour. H The cashier earns \$12 per hour. J The cashier earns \$12. 50 per hour. Page 10

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI 11. An air conditioner cools a room from 80 o. F to 74 o. F in 15 minutes. What is the rate of cooling? A PASS Content 2. 2 c. III 0. 4 o. F per minute B 2. 0 o. F per minute C 4. 0 o. F per minute D 6. 0 o. F per minute Page 11

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 2 d 12. What is the equation of the line that passes through (6, 0) and (0, 4) F x + 3 y = 6 G 2 x + y = 6 H 3 x + 2 y = 12 J 2 x + 3 y = 12 Page 12

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 2 e 13. Lisa can spend \$400 on her summer vacation. If the plane ticket costs \$200 and the hotel costs \$40 per day, which inequality represents the number of days, d, that she can stay on vacation? A B C D Page 13

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 3 a 14. What values of x represent the solutions to the inequality -3 x + 6 < 12 F x > -2 G x>2 H x < -2 J x<2 Page 14

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 3 b 15. Which inequality is represented by the number line? A x > -8 B x < -8 C x < -8 D x > -8 Page 15

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 2. 4 16. Find the value of b that makes the system of equations have the solution (3, 5). y = 3 x – 4 y = bx + 2 F 1 G 2 H 0 J -1 Page 16

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 3. 1 a 17. Which graph or graphs would be best for showing the depth of water in a pond over a period of time? I. III. A I B II or III C III D I or II Page 17

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 3. 1 b 18. The chart shows the naptimes of 100 children. For the next 1000 children surveyed, what is the best prediction of how many will have a naptime at 1: 30 P. M. ? F 170 G 220 H 260 J 350 Page 18

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 3. 1 c 19. Angela’s average for six math tests is 87. On her first four tests she had scores of 93, 87, 82, and 86. On her last test, she scored 4 points lower than she did on her fifth test. What scores did Angela receive on her fifth and sixth tests? A Fifth test = 89 ; sixth test = 85 B Fifth test = 85 ; sixth test = 89 C Fifth test = 85 ; sixth test = 81 D Fifth test = 90 ; sixth test = 86 Page 19

Algebra 1 Get Ready for the EOI PASS Content 3. 2 20. Gloria makes and sells handmade greeting cards. The scatter plot shows the number of cards she made over a 10 -hour period. Find the equation of a trend line and use it to predict the number of cards Gloria can make in 12 hours F y = 2 x ; 24 cards G y = 2. 5 x ; 30 cards H y = 3 x ; 36 cards J y = 3. 5 x ; 42 cards Page 20