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One of the best ways to succeed in Algebra is to practice taking real test questions. This ebook contains over 1,000 problems on Algebra divided into thirty-two chapters. Try the problems. Check your answers. With a little Practice, Practice, Practice, you’ll be Perfect, Perfect, Perfect. Good Luck!**Published: **John Parnell on Aug 13, 2010**Availability for Practice Makes Perfect in Mathematics: Algebra (Volume 2 ...**

ISBN: 9781452336510

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1. Which inequality is represented by the graph below?

-3 <*x *4

-3 <*x*< 4

*x *4

*x*< 4

*x *< 4?

3.

Which inequality is represented in the graph?

*x *2

4 <*x*< 2

4 <*x *2

*x*< 2

4. Which inequality is represented by the graph below?

*x*>-1

*x*<-1

*x *-1

*x *-1

*x *< 0?

6. Which inequality is represented by the graph below?

*x*< 3

*x *3

-2 <*x*< 3

-2 <*x *3

7. Which inequality is represented by the graph below?

-5 <*x*< 6

*x *6

*x*< 6

-5 <*x *6

8. Let *x *and *y *be numbers such that 0 < *x *< *y *< 1, and let *d *= *x *- *y*. Which graph could represent the location of *d *on the number line?

9.

Which inequality is represented in the accompanying graph?

-4 <*x*< 2

*x*< 2

-4 <*x *2

*x *2

?

*A *

*B *

*C *

*D *

1. Which diagram represents the graph of the statement *x *3?

2. Find the area of the triangle formed by the intersection of the lines:

*x*+*y*= 8

*y*= ½*x *1

*x*2

*ABC *are *A*(0,4), *B*(6,0), and *C**ABC*.

12

16

24

36

*ABC *are *A*2), *B*2), and *C*(5, 5), what is the area of the triangle?

10

14

20

28

5. Pentagon *RSTUV *has coordinates *R *(1, 4), *S *(5, 0), *T *(3, -4), *U *4), and *V *3, 0).

(a) What is an equation of the line of symmetry of pentagon *RSTUV *?

(b) What is the area of triangle *RVS? *

(c) What is the area of trapezoid *STUV ? *

(d) What is the area of pentagon *RSTUV ? *

6.

In the diagram, parallelogram *ABCD *has vertices *A*(2, 1), *B*(8, 1), *C*(11, 5), and *D*(5, 5). What is the area of parallelogram *ABCD*?

12

24

40

48

7.

Find the number of square units in the area of parallelogram *ABCD*.

10

14

28

56

8. Which graph represents the inequality *x *≥ 3?

9.

The graph of which inequality is shown in the diagram?

*y*> ½*x*+ 1

*y *½*x*+ 1

*y*< ½*x*+ 1

*y *½*x*+ 1

10.

In the diagram, *ABCD *is a parallelogram with vertices *A*(2, 0), *B*(7, 0), *C*(10, 3), and *D*(5, 3). What is the area of parallelogram *ABCD*?

15

21

27

10.5

11. Pentagon *RSTUV *has coordinates *R*(1, 4), *S*(5, 0), *T*4), *U*4), and *V*3, 0). What is an equation for the line of symmetry of pentagon *RSTUV *?

12.

If *x *= -3 and *y *= 2, which point on the accompanying graph represents (-*x*, *- y*)?

*P *

*Q *

*R *

*S *

13. John left his home and walked 3 blocks to his school, as shown in the accompanying graph.

What is one possible interpretation of the section of the graph from point *B *to point *C*?

John arrived at school and stayed throughout the day.

John waited before crossing a busy street.

John returned home to get his mathematics homework.

John reached the top of a hill and began walking on level ground.

14. In the accompanying graph, if point *P *has coordinates (*a,b*), which point has coordinates (-*b,a*)?

*A *

*B *

*C *

*D *

1. What is the slope of the graph of the equation *y *= 2*x *?

½

2

2*x *

2. If the point (-4, *k*) is on the graph of the equation 3*x *+ *y *= -8, find the value of *k*.

-20

0

-4

4

3. In which graph does line *L *have a negative slope?

4. Which phrase describes the graph of *y *= -1 on the coordinate plane?

a line parallel to the*y*-axis and 1 unit to the right of it

a line parallel to the*y*-axis and 1 unit to the left of it

a line parallel to the*x*-axis and 1 unit below it

a line parallel to the*x*-axis and 1 unit above it

5. Point (*k*, -2) lies on the line whose equation is *x *3 *y *= 7. What is the value of *k*?

1

-1

13

-13

6. The line whose equation is *y *= 4*x *+ 2 has a *y*-intercept whose coordinates are

(0, 0)

(0, 2)

(4, 0)

(0, 4)

7. Which equation represents the line parallel to the *y*-axis and 4 units to the left of the *y*-axis?

*x*= 4

*x*= -4

*y*= -4

*y*= 4

8. Which statement is true about the graph of the line whose equation is *y *= 8?

The line is parallel to the*x*-axis.

The line is parallel to the*y*-axis.

The line passes through the origin.

The line has a slope of 8.

9. What is the slope of the line whose equation is *y *= 3*x *5?

-5

5

3

3*x *

10. If (*k*, 4) is a point on the graph of the equation 4*x *+ 2 *y *= 4, what is the value of *k*?

1

6

-1

-6

11. What is the slope of the line with the equation *y *= ¾ *x *+ 4?

¾

¾*x *

4

4*x *

12.

Which equation is represented by the graph of line *L*?

*x*=*y*+ 4

*y*=*x*+ 4

*x*= 4

*y*= 4

13. A point whose *y*-coordinate is 6 lies on the line whose equation is *y *= 5*x *4. What is the *x*-coordinate of the point?

2/5

2

6

26

2 and a *y*-intercept of 3 is

*x*= -2*y*+ 3

*y*= -2*x*+ 3

*x*= 3*y *2

*y*= 3*x *2

15. Which graph represents the equation *x *= -3?

16. What is the *y*-intercept of the graph of the equation *y *= -⅔*x *+ 4?

-⅔

-2

3

4

17. Which line *L *has a slope of zero?

18.

The figure represents the distances traveled by Car *A *and Car *B *in 6 hours. Which car is going faster and by how much?

Car*A*by 10 miles per hour

Car*A*by 20 miles per hour

Car*B*by 10 miles per hour

Car*B*by 20 miles per hour

19. If point (*k*, 5) is on the graph of the equation 3*x *4 = *y*, what is the value of *k*?

1/3

1/11

3

11

20. Which equation represents the line whose slope is ½ and whose *y*-intercept is 5?

*y*= ½*x*+ 5

*y*= 5*x*+ ½

*y*= ½*x* - 5

*y*= 5*x* – ½

21. Write an equation of the line whose slope is 2 and whose *y*-intercept is -3.

*y*= -3*x*+ 2

*y*= 2*x *3

2*y*= -3*x *

-3*y*= 2*x *

22. What is the slope of the line whose equation is 3*x *4*y *16 = 0?

¾

3

-4

23.

Two health clubs offer different membership plans. The accompanying graph represents the total cost of belonging to Club *A *and Club *B *for one year.

a) If the yearly cost includes a membership fee plus a monthly charge, what is the membership fee for Club *A*?

b) What is the number of the month when the total cost is the same for both clubs?

c) What is the total cost for Club *A *when both plans are the same?

d) What is the monthly charge for Club *B*?

24. Which equation is equivalent to 3*x+ *4*y *= 15?

*y*= 15 - 3*x *

*y*= 3*x*- 15

25. Which is an equation of the line that passes through the point (-1, 5) and is parallel to the *y*-axis?

*y*= -1

*y*= 5

*x*= -1

*x*= 5

26. Which is an equation of the line that passes through the point (1, 4) and has a slope of 3?

*y*= 3*x*+ 4

*y*= ⅓*x*+ 4

*y*= 3*x *1

*y*= 3*x*+ 1

27. Write an equation of the line that passes through the point (0, 3) and whose slope is 2.

*y*= 2

*y*= ½*x*+ 3

*y*= 2*x*+ 3

*y*= 3*x*+ 2

28. Which is an equation of the line that passes through the point (-2, 4) and is parallel to the line *y *= 3?

*x*= -2

*y*= -2

*x*= 4

*y*= 4

29. An equation of the line that passes through the point (0, -1) and

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