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In the equations listed, a, b, c, and d are real numbers. Which of the equations could have solutions that are non real?
Select all that apply.
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6. Question
During the 1st day of a cannedgoods drive, Jasmine’s homeroom teacher collected 2 cans. During the 3rd day, the teacher collected 8 cans. Let D represent each collection day, and let N represent the number of canned goods collected on that day.
Based on the situation, Jasmine claims that the number of canned goods collected can be modeled by an exponential function. What is the number of canned goods collected on the 6th day based on an exponential model?
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7. Question
During the 1st day of a canned goods drive, Jasmine’s homeroom teacher collected 2 cans. During the 3rd day, the teacher collected 8 cans. Let D represent each collection day, and let N represent the number of canned goods collected on that day.
Jasmine claims that the number of canned goods collected can be modeled by an exponential function.
Ramon disagrees with Jasmine and claims that the number of canned goods collected can be modeled by a linear function. Which statement is true about the number of cans predicted to be collected on the 6th day based on the two models?
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Question 8 of 15
8. Question
In a basketball game, Marlene made 16 field goals. Each of the field goals was worth either 2 points or 3 points, and Marlene scored a total of 39 points from field goals.
Let x represent the number of twopoint field goals and y represent the number of threepoint field goals.
Which equations can be used as a system to model the situation? Select all that apply.
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9. Question
In a basketball game, Marlene made 16 field goals. Each of the field goals was worth either 2 points or 3 points, and Marlene scored a total of 39 points from field goals.
Let x represent the number of twopoint field goals and y represent the number of threepoint field goals.
How many threepoint field goals did Marlene make in the game?
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Question 10 of 15
10. Question
Rachel manages a souvenir store. A popular item at the store is a small drum. The store typically sells 1,000 of these drums per month for $10 each. Rachel knows that for each $1 increase in the price of the drum, 20 fewer drums would be sold in a month.
What is a function for the monthly revenue, in dollars, from sales of the drum, R(x), where x represents the number of price increases of $1? Monthly revenue equals the number of drums sold times the price of each drum.
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11. Question
Rachel manages a souvenir store. A popular item at the store is a small drum. The store typically sells 1,000 of these drums per month for $10 each. Rachel knows that for each $1 increase in the price of the drum, 20 fewer drums would be sold in a month.
Which statements are true about R, the monthly revenue from sales of the small drum? Select all that apply
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12. Question
Based on the graph of the function, which statements are true? Select all that apply.
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Based on the graph of the function, which statements are true? Select all that apply.
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Members of two crosscountry teams ran an obstacle course. The table shows the times, in minutes and seconds, for the members of team R to complete the course.
The obstacle course times, in minutes and seconds, for team S are summarized in the box plot shown.
Which histogram represents the times from Team R on the obstacle course?
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15. Question
Members of two crosscountry teams ran an obstacle course. The table shows the times, in minutes and seconds, for the members of team R to complete the course.
The obstacle course times, in minutes and seconds, for team S are summarized in the box plot shown.
Which statements are true about the data for team R and team S?
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