# Algebra I Readiness Assessment-timed 2016

50 Questions  Settings  Today you will be taking an Algebra I Readiness Assessment. Do your best to answer each question. You will have 125 minutes to complete this test. Calculators are NOT permitted for use on this test.

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• 1.
• A.

3

• B.

18

• C.

108

• D.

216

• 2.
In trail mix, the ratio of cups of peanuts to chocolate candies is 3 to 2. How many cups of chocolate candies would be needed for 9 cups of peanuts?
• A.

6 cups

• B.

3 cups

• C.

4 cups

• D.

8 cups

• 3.
• A.

4

• B.

24

• C.

98

• D.

7

• 4.
If hamburger meat costs \$2.25 per pound, how much does 0.8 pound of hamburger cost?
• A.

\$2.81

• B.

\$1.13

• C.

\$1.80

• D.

\$2.13

• 5.
What is the ratio of side AB to side BC, in simplest form?
• A.

1:1

• B.

2:3

• C.

3:2

• D.

4:3

• 6.
Which of the following has a unit rate of 17 miles per hour?
• A.

60 miles in 2 hours

• B.

85 miles in 5 hours

• C.

90 miles in 10 hours

• D.

120 miles in 15 hours

• 7.
Which expression is NOT equivalent to the others?
• A.

4(m + 2)

• B.

3m + 8 + m

• C.

4m + 4

• D.

2(1 + m) + m + 6 + m

• 8.
Which statement is true?
• A.

0.75

• B.

6.12>6.16

• C.
• D.
• 9.
• A.

3 gallons

• B.

12 gallons

• C.

2 gallons

• D.
• 10.
For birthday parties, the skating rink charges \$100 to reserve the rink and then \$5 per person. Write an expression to represent the cost for any number of people.
• A.

100 – 5n

• B.

100 + 5n

• C.

5(n + 100)

• D.

5(n – 100)

• 11.
The seventh grade class is going on a trip to the state fair. The trip costs \$52. Included in that price is \$11 for a concert ticket and the cost of two passes, one for rides and one for game booths. Each of the passes cost the same price. Write an equation representing the cost of the trip and determine the price of one pass.
• A.

2x – 11 = 52; \$31.50

• B.

3x = 52; \$17.33

• C.

2x = 52; \$26

• D.

52 = 11 + 2x; \$20.50

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• 13.
In the picture of the three triangles, two are similar. Which statement below is true?
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• 14.
A rectangle has vertices P(1, 0), Q(6, 0), R(6, 6), and S(1, 6).What is the area of rectangle PQRS?
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• 15.
Find the circumference.
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• 16.
What is the area of a triangle with a height of 20 meters and a base of 16 meters?
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• 17.
Determine the surface area of rectangular prism with height 5 inches, width 7 inches, and length 12 inches.
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• 18.
The volume of a cube is  .  What is the edge length?
• A.

4 in.

• B.

in.

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in.

• D.

8 in.

• 19.
If a rectangle, measuring 2 in. by 7 in., is enlarged by using a scale factor of 2, what will the area be of the new rectangle?
• A.

56

• B.

28

• C.

14

• D.

98

• 20.
Solve the following inequality. -0.5- 5  -1.5
• A.

X   -7

• B.

X   7

• C.

X   7

• D.

X   -7

• 21.
Find the approximation of .
• A.

6.0

• B.

6.2

• C.

7.0

• D.

7.5

• 22.
Which equation corresponds to the statements “the length L  of the rectangle is four less than twice the width W” ?
• A.

W = 4 - 2L

• B.

W = 4L - 2

• C.

L= 2W - 4

• D.

L = 4 - 2W

• 23.
Simplify
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• 24.
Evaluate 5(n + 3) - 7n if n=.
• A.

20

• B.

7.5

• C.

6

• D.

14

• 25.
Divide .
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• 26.
Simplify Answer must be in scientific notation.
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• 27.
What value of x makes this equation true?2x + 18 = 5x
• A.

X = -6

• B.

X = 4

• C.

X = 2.6

• D.

X = 6

• 28.
Solve for x.
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• 29.
Solve for a.
• A.

All real numbers

• B.

A = 0

• C.

A = -1

• D.

No solution

• 30.
Data for ten students’ math and science scores are provided in the chart below. Describe the relationship between the math and science scores.
• A.

There is a positive relationship between the math and science scores. As math scores increase, science scores increase.

• B.

There is a negative relationship between the math and science scores. As math scores increase, science scores decrease.

• C.

There is no relationship between the math and science scores.

• 31.
The graph shown is the solution to which of the following inequalities?
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• 32.
The Irrational Club wants to build a tree house. They have a 13-foot ladder that must be propped diagonally against the tree. If the base of the ladder is 5 feet from the bottom of the tree, how high will the tree house be off the ground?
• A.

12 feet

• B.

144 feet

• C.

169 feet

• D.

14 feet

• 33.
What table of ordered pairs corresponds to the function y =  -3x + 1?
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• 34.
Write the equation of a line, in slope-intercept form, passing through the points (6, 2) and (3, 0).
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• 35.
Which is the graph of the function y = 4x – 1?
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• 36.
The chart below lists the life expectancy in years for people in the United States every five years from 1970 to 2005. What would you expect the life expectancy of a person in the U.S. to be in the year 2015?
• A.

75 years

• B.

80 years

• C.

90 years

• D.

95 years

• 37.
Solve .
• A.

Y= 5 and -5

• B.

Y= 25 and -25

• C.

Y = 13 and 5

• D.

Y = 3 and -3

• 38.
The table shows the number and type of animals that are on exhibit at the 4-H fair.Find the percentage of animals that are horses.
• A.

12%

• B.

25%

• C.

50%

• D.

312%

• 39.
Which statement does not represent the data set?{1, 5, 3, 5, 1, 2, 6, 4, 1}
• A.

Mean = 4

• B.

Median = 3

• C.

Mode = 1

• D.

Range = 5

• 40.
Graph the function  for the domain of {-2, -1, 0, 1, 2}.
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• 41.
The runners completing a 10K run were asked how many days per week they train. If 200 runners were surveyed, how many runners said that they train 4 days per week?
• A.

8 runners

• B.

12 runners

• C.

80 runners

• D.

120 runners

• 42.
Compare the two functions rates of change.
• A.

Function 1 has the greater rate of change.

• B.

Function 2 has the greater rate of change.

• C.

Both functions have the same rate of change.

• D.

The rates of change cannot be determined.

• 43.
What is the simple interest on an investment of \$1500 at 5% for 5 years? (I = Prt)
• A.

\$37,500

• B.

\$1,875

• C.

\$375

• D.

\$37.50

• 44.
Gas prices are projected to increase by 124% in the next two years. A gallon of gas currently costs \$3.80. What is the projected total cost of a gallon of gas two years from now?
• A.

\$8.51

• B.

\$4.71

• C.

\$7.60

• D.

\$5.04

• 45.
Solve the system of linear equations by finding the ordered pair that satisfies both equations.
• A.

(-1, 0)

• B.

(0, -1)

• C.

(1, 0)

• D.

(0, 1)

• 46.
Evaluate
• A.

12

• B.

15

• C.

44

• D.

-36

• 47.
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• 48.
Jamal needs to purchase a counter top for his kitchen. Jamal measured the counter top as 5 feet in length. The actual length is 4.5 feet. What is Jamal’s percent error?
• A.

90%

• B.

11%

• C.

5%

• D.

10%

• 49.
Subtract
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• 50.
Consider the list of numbers below. Which statement is true?
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• D.