1.
The advertised amount of gasoline that will be used during outings by two ATV 4-wheeler models was used to create a table and a graph.
a) What was the miles per gallon (mpg) advertised for Model 1?
Choose:
 22.8 mpg 26.3 mpg 32.3 mpg 45.6 mpg

b)
What was the miles per gallon (mpg) advertised for Model 2?
Choose:
 20 mpg 30 mpg 40 mpg 45mpg

c) Which Model will need approximately gallons for a 200 mile trip?
Choose:
 Model 1 Model 2
Model 1
 Gallons of gasoline Distance in miles 2 45.6 3 68.4 6 136.8 4 91.2

Model 2

2.
Two utility companies sell electricity in units of kilowatt-hours. The equation represents the cost from Company A. The table represents the cost from Company B.

Find the cost of purchasing 2750 kilowatt-hours of electricity from the least expensive company.
Choose:
 \$412.50 \$522.50 \$495 \$550

Company A
y = 0.18x
y = cost in dollars for
x kilowatt-hours purchased

Company B
 # of kilowatt hours Cost in dollars 1,300 \$260 1,500 \$300

3.
Your grandmother gives you \$20 for your birthday. You want to buy a new skateboard, but you need more money. Your neighbor Mrs. Smith gives you the same amount of money each week for walking her dog.

a) What is the weekly amount you are receiving from Mrs. Smith for walking the dog?
Choose:
 \$12 \$14 \$18 \$24.67

b) Which equation models the relationship between w and m?
Choose:
 m = 12w m = 18w + 20 m = 14w+ 20 m = 24.67w + 20

 Number of weeks (w) Money Saved (m) 3 \$74 5 \$110 6 \$128

4.
Fred is helping to raise money for a local animal shelter. Tickets are being sold for a chance to win a new outdoor grill. Fred records the number of tickets he sells and keeps the monies in an envelope.
Fred placed a personal donation in the envelope before he started selling tickets.
All of the tickets were sold at the same price.

a)
Find the personal donation Fred placed in the envelope.
Choose:
 \$75 \$100 \$150 \$200

b)
Find the price of each ticket.
Choose:
 \$10 \$15 \$18 \$20
 Total Tickets Sold Money in Envelope 5 \$275 10 \$350 14 \$410 20 \$500

5.
A car is being lowered onto a barge to be shipped abroad. The car is lowered at a constant rate of 1.5 feet per second, starting from a height of 50 feet above the barge.

Which function can be used to find the height of the car above the barge after s seconds. Let h = height.
Choose:
 h = 50s + 1.5 h = 1.5s + 50 h = 50 - 1.5s h = 1.5s - 50

6.
A Mars rover traveled 1 mile in 15 minutes. The rover travels at a constant speed.

Which function can be used to find d, the total distance traveled in x hours?
Choose:
 d = 4x d = x + 15 d = 4 + x x = 4d

7.
Two web page developers offer different plans for their services. The plans are shown in a chart and a graph. Each developer charges a one-time consultant fee followed by an hourly rate.
Web Developer B
 Time in Hours Total Price 2 \$115 4 \$195

Which of the following statements regarding these plans is true?
Choose all that apply. Then hit "Submit".

 Developer B's consultant fee is \$15 more than Developer A's. Developer A's consultant fee is \$5 less than Developer B's. Developer A's hourly rate is \$10 less than Developer B's. Developer B's hourly rate is \$5 more than Developer A's. The graph of Developer A's plan is a linear graph. If Developer B's plan was graphed, it would not be linear.

8.
Juliana already knows 4 dance moves. She decides to take dance lessons to learn more new moves. The instructor tells her that she can learn two new moves each week.

a) How many weeks of dance lessons will it take for Juliana to know a total of 10 dance moves?
Choose:
 2 weeks 3 weeks 4 weeks 5 weeks

b)
Which functional equation can be used to find the number of dance moves (d) that Juliana knows after w weeks of lessons?
Choose:
 d = 2w + 4 d = 4w + 2 d = 2w + 10 d = 2w - 4