1.  The scatter plot below shows the women's winning marathon times and the high temperatures on the marathons days. Which predication equation best shows how marathon times and temperature are related? 
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2.  After graduation your parents gave you $1,500. You planned on saving $1,000 into a CD. You walked in to a bank the following day and told a banker you would like to have $2,000 after three years. The financial bank said their CD rates changes 1.6% every year and it's average rate is 9.4% and advises you will meet you goal. Do you agree? 
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3.  A car bought for $13,000 depreciates at 12% per annum. What is its value after 7 years? 
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For 10 days, Taylor kept a record of the number of hours he spent listening to music. The information is shown in the table below.

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5.  A bestfit line is drawn on a scatter plot showing the average daily temperature and the number of people at a public swimming pool. The slope of the line would probably be ________________. 
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6.  The population of Redville grew from 5432 in 1990 to 7116 in 2000. Assuming the population is growing exponentially, predict the population of Redville in 2005. 
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7.  A bestfit line drawn on a scatter plot _______________ . 
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8.  Match the following exponential functions A) B) C) D) Which formula is an exponential decay? 
9.  Match the following exponential functions A) B) C) D) Which formula is an exponential growth? 
10.  Match the following arithmetic sequences using the explicit rule... a_{n} = a_{1} + (n – 1)d for the following problems. 15, 13, 11, 9,… 
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12.  Which of the following is an arithmetic sequence? 
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13.  A scatterplot is _________________________. 
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14.  Julie bought a house for $100,000 five years ago. If the value of the house has appreciated 5% per year, how much is it worth now? Round to the nearest tenths. 
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15.  The correlation coefficient, r, can take on any value within what range? 
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17.  True or False: When data is graphed and a positive correlation is observed, the first set is always causing the affect seen in second set of data. 
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Data was collected scores from the same class period of students. Students were presented with the same exact test. On Monday they were given the paper test and on Friday they were given the computer test.

19.  What is the 50th term of the arithmetic sequence 3, 7, 11, 15, ... 
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20.  The correlation seen in the graph below would best described as: 
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21.  If r = 0, there is a linear correlation. 
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