**Read** **each** **question** **carefully.** **For** **a multiple-choice question, determine the best** **answer** **to** **the** **question** **from** **the** **four** **answer** **choices** **provided.** **For** **a griddable** **question,** **determine** **the** **best** **answer** **to** **the** **question.** **Then** **fill** **in** **the** **answer** **on** **your** **answer** **document.**

**1 **Ms. Jones spent $180.00 on oak and maple boards for a new floor. The flooring is sold by the foot.

- Oak boards cost $3.75 per foot
- Maple boards cost $1.25 per foot

Ms. Jones spent $112.50 on oak boards. How many feet of maple boards did she buy?

**A **38

**B **54

**C **68

** D **142

**2 **The following expression is equivalent to the number of inches José grew last year.

How many inches did he grow last year?

F. 1 in.

G. 2 in.

H. 1 in.

J.** **2 in.

**3 **Raul made a table to show the number of burgers he grills when cooking for different numbers of people.

What is the constant rate of change represented in the table?

**A **4 burgers per 7 people

**B **3 burgers per 4 people

**C **2 burgers per person

**D **burger per person

**4 **Ms. Boyd’s science class is studying the life expectancy of a housefly. Houseflies are expected to have a lifespan of 30 days. The class is observing a housefly in the lab that has completed of its lifespan. After the observation, the housefly lives 7 more days. How many days did the housefly live?

Record your answer and fill in the bubbles on your answer document. Be sure to use the correct place value.

**5 **Joseph sells coffee in bulk to local coffee shops. He sells 6 pounds of coffee for $12, and 12 pounds of coffee for $24. Which graph best represents the total cost of the coffee based on the number of pounds?

B D

**6 **Ms. Sanchez is making four batches of two types of cookies. She needs 2(1 ) + 2(2 ) cups of sugar. How many total cups of sugar does she need?

F. 7 c

G. 6 c

H. 7 c

J. 6 c

**7 **A hardware store installs carpet. The total cost in dollars, *y*, of installing *x *square feet of carpet is shown in the following table.

Which equation represents the relationship between the *x*-values and the *y*-values in the table?

**A ***y *= – *x *+ 525

**B ***y *= *x *+ 125

**C ***y *= 2*x* + 150

**D ***y *= –2*x** + *325

**8 **Martha is baking bread. Each loaf of bread requires 2 cups of flour plus an additional cup of flour for kneading the bread. To find the number of loaves that can be made from a 20-cup bag of flour, she can solve the following equation.

*x*(2 + ) = 20

How many loaves can be made from a 20-cup bag of flour?

**F **80 loaves of bread

**G **16 loaves of bread

**H **8 loaves of bread

** J **75 loaves of bread

**9 **The cost of 38 square feet of grass sod is $47.50. There is a proportional relationship between the cost in dollars, *y*, of the grass sod and the number of square feet of grass sod, *x. *What is the constant of proportionality?

**A **0.8

**B **9.5

**C **1.25

** D **Not here

**10 **A sportscaster keeps track of the yards gained by a football team. The total number of yards the team gained over six non-consecutive plays is represented by the following expression.

16 + 8 + (–4) + 0 + (–2) + (–8)

How many total yards did the team gain?

**F **10 yd

**G **2 yd

**H **–10 yd

** J **–2 yd

**11 **Susanna and her six friends go to the wakeboard park. They each pay an entrance fee of *x *dollars, and they each rent a wakeboard for $15. In all, they spend $164.50. Which equation represents this situation?

** A **164.50 = 7(*x* + 15)

**B **164.50 = 7*x *+ 15

**C **164.50 = *x *+ 22

** D **164.50 =

**12 **Marsha buys craft kits for her students. Each craft kit comes in a box and contains construction paper. The graph below represents the total number of pieces of construction paper, *y*, that are in *x *boxes.

What is the constant of proportionality?

**F **0.08

**G **4

**H **12.5

**J **50

**13 **Four friends went out to lunch and each ordered a personal pizza. At the end of the meal Anna had 0.35 of her pizza left, Rachel had of her pizza left, Suzi had 40% of her pizza left, and Antonia had of her pizza left. All together, how much pizza remained?

**A **0.665 of a pizza

**B **1.075 pizzas

**C **1.84 pizzas

**D **2.15 pizzas

**14 **The cost of 1 pounds of bananas is $1.29. The cost of 3 pounds of bananas is $2.58. What is the constant of proportionality that relates the cost in dollars, *y*, to *x *pounds of bananas?

Record your answer and fill in the bubbles on your answer document. Be sure to use the correct place value.

**15 **Jenny and Lisa are taking a road trip across the state of Texas. The following table shows

*d*, the total number of miles traveled, after *t *hours of driving.

Which of the following equations could be used to model their trip?

*d*= 130*t**d*= 65*t**d*=*t*

*d*=*t*

**16 **An equation is modeled below. Each square represents 1.

What value of *x *makes the equation true?

*F. x *= –

*G. x *= 1

*H. x *=

*J. x *= –3

**17 **A student is given the following graph.

The student writes the following equation to represent the relationship between *x *and *y*. *y *= *x *— 6

Is the student's equation correct or not correct, and why?

**A **The student's equation is correct, because the slope and *y*-intercept are correct.

**B **The student's equation is not correct, because the slope should be – .

**C **The student's equation is not correct, because the *y*-intercept should be .

**D **The student's equation is not correct, because the *y*-intercept should be 2.

**18 **The model below represents the equation 3*x* + 1 = 10.

Which is the value of *x*?

F. - 1/3

G. 3

H. 1/3

J. -3

**19 **An auto shop sells tires. Customers are charged $119.50 per tire plus a fixed service fee of $79.00. The shop increases its charge per tire by $20 but does not change its service fee. Which equation represents the new total charge, in dollars, *y*, for *x *tires?

**A ***y *= 119.5*x *+ 20

**B ***y *= 99*x* + 119.5

**C ***y *= 79*x* + 139.50

**D ***y *= 139.5*x *+ 79

**20 **Leland is making fruit punch for a party. In each serving of punch, there are 3 ounces of orange juice, 4 ounces of ginger ale, and 1 ounce of pineapple juice. Her punch bowl can hold 130 ounces. Which inequality represents *s*, the number of servings of punch that can be contained in the bowl?

**F **** **> *s*

**G **130 — 8 < *s*

**H **** **< *s*

**J **130 • 8 > *s*

**21 **Members of a gym can pay their membership fees monthly or annually. If paid annually, the payment is $294. This is $48 cheaper than making monthly payments. Which equation represents this situation, where *x *is the cost of the monthly fee, in dollars?

**A **294 = 12*x* — 48

**B **48*x* + 12 = 294

**C **12*x* + 48 = 294

**D **294 = 48*x* — 12