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Online - Practice Test #7 1 Which of the following represents the total cost, in dollars, of each and compact disc cases at compact discs at

each? (Disregard sales tax.)

(A) (B) (C) (D)

See the explanation for the correct response (A). There were CDs purchased (not ). and is a point in . in dollars.(E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer A : Choice (A) is correct. is Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. is in the second quadrant. and CD cases purchased (not ). which of the following could be the coordinates of point ? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer C : Choice (C) is correct. The cost of the CD cases purchased at a price of each is dollars. This equation corresponds to the situation where all the items purchased had a price of not the situation where some had a price of and others had a price of . Therefore. the total cost. it must have a negative -coordinate and a positive -coordinate. If has coordinates then the area of the rectangle in the second quadrant is For the two rectangles to be of equal area. 2 If the areas of the two rectangles in the figure above are equal. Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. See the explanation for the correct response (A). The cost of the compact discs (CDs) purchased at a price of each is dollars. must equal The only answer choice that fits both of these criteria is Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. Since is in the second quadrant.

Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. See the explanation for the correct response (B). Since percent of the marbles are orange. Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. This is the percentage of the marbles that are notgreen. is in the second quadrant. and is a point in the fourth quadrant. and the remaining marbles are green. and is a point in the first quadrant. 4 Sets and are shown above. it follows that percent of the marbles are green. This is the percentage of the marbles that are blue (and also the percentage of the marbles that are orange). percent are blue. Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. If has coordinates then the rectangle in the second quadrant has only half the area of the rectangle in the first quadrant. If is a member of set and is a member of set . 3 A box contains solid-colored marbles that are either orange. Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. This is the percentage of the marbles that are not orange (and also the percentage that are not blue). blue. is in the second quadrant. Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. what percent are green? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer B : Choice (B) is correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. If percent of the marbles are orange and percent of the marbles are blue. and the problem requires that they have the same area.the third quadrant. or green. which of the following CANNOT be equal to the product .

the only value of that satisfies this condition is Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : .(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer A : Choice (A) is correct. If then Of the choices. cannot be written as the product of two integers such that one is a member of and the other is a member of Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. The number can be written as where is a member of and is a member of The question asks for a number that cannot be written as the product of a member of with a member of 5 If then could be which of the following? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer E : Choice (E) is correct. The number can be written as where is a member of and is a member of The question asks for a number that cannot be written as the product of a member of with a member of Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. The only ways to write as the product of two positive integers (ignoring the order of the factors) are or While and are both members of neither nor is a member of Also. while is a member of is not a member of Therefore. The number can be written as where is a member of and is a member of The question asks for a number that cannot be written as the product of a member of with a member of Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. The number can be written as where is a member of and is a member of The question asks for a number that cannot be written as the product of a member of with a member of Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct.

6 If which of the following must be true? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer B : Choice (B) is correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. Let be defined by for all numbers and 7 (A) (B) (C) . If were substituted for then the equation would be which simplifies to So could be equal to but the equation is only true when is Questions 7-9 refer to the following definition. The right side of the equation can be expanded: Then can be subtracted from both sides. If then However. If were substituted for then the equation would be which simplifies to So could be equal to but the equation is only true when is Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. If then However. Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. If then However. See the explanation for the correct response (B). If then However. leaving Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct.Choice (A) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. If were substituted for then the equation would be which simplifies to So could be equal to but the equation is only true when is Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct.

but is not equal to 8 If then (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer A : Choice (A) is correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. Since this expression is equal to it follows that Therefore. If then but the problem states that Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. but is not equal to Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. but is not equal to Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. If then but the problem states that Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. which gives so . but Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct.(D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer C : Choice (C) is correct. If then but the problem states that 9 For what value of is the statement always true? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS . If then but the problem states that Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct.

Explanation for Correct Answer B : Choice (B) is correct. If the roots of the equation are and what is the value of (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer A : Choice (A) is correct. If then This is only equal to or in this case when but the question asks for a value of that will make the equation true for all values of 10 In the equation above. Recall that a root of an equation is a number that. is a constant. this is true for all values of not merely and Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. Since the equation can be rewritten as Subtracting from both sides yields or Thus. See the explanation for the correct response (A). If and are the roots of the equation then and Since the left-hand sides are each equal to zero. . the only value of that always makes true is Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. If then This is only equal to or in this case when but the question asks for a value of that will make the equation true for all values of Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. it follows that Since is a constant. If then This is only equal to or in this case when but the question asks for a value of that will make the equation true for all values of Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. either or Therefore. when substituted for the variable in the equation. If then This is only equal to or in this case when but the question asks for a value of that will make the equation true for all values of Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. reduces the equation to an identity.

so Substituting for gives the equation Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct.Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. then This is twice the area of the circle. The area of a circle is given by the formula where is the radius of the circle. Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. then This is the circumference of the circle. Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. then This is four times the area of the circle. Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. 11 Which of the following represents the area. If is the radius of the circle. If is the radius of the circle. then This is twice the circumference of the circle. 12 The table above shows some values for the functions and If and are linear functions. If is the radius of the circle. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer E : Choice (E) is correct. See the explanation for the correct response (A). See the explanation for the correct response (A). See the explanation for the correct response (A). of a circle as a function of its diameter. is twice the radius. what is the value of . If is the radius of the circle. The diameter of a circle. Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct.

you can write two equations: and Substituting for yields the equation which simplifies to and further to so Since it follows that and Knowing the values of and you can calculate Therefore. Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. Similarly. you can write two equations: and Substituting for yields the equation which simplifies to and further to so Since it follows that and Knowing the values of and you can calculate Therefore. it can be written in the form From two of the data points in the table. it can be written in the form From two of the data points in the table. See the explanation for the correct response (C). since is a linear function. Since is a linear function.(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer C : Choice (C) is correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. If the five lakes in the graph above were listed in order from the greatest depth to the least depth. Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. 13 The depth of a lake is the difference between the altitude at the surface and at the lowest point of the lake. See the explanation for the correct response (C). Therefore. Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. See the explanation for the correct response (C). See the explanation for the correct response (C). which lake would be third in the list? (A) (B) (C) (D) Erie Huron Michigan Ontario .

and If is an integer. it follows that must also be an integer. and the greatest integer that satisfies the inequality is Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. To determine the lake with the third greatest depth. Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. Since the fact that implies or The equation can be rewritten as Substituting for in the previous inequality yields which can be simplified to Since is an integer. at feet. See the explanation for the correct response (D). 14 In the figure above. See the explanation for the correct response (D). Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. See the explanation for the correct response (D). Although is a possible value for there are . what is the greatest possible value of (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer B : Choice (B) is correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. See the explanation for the correct response (D).(E) Superior ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer D : Choice (D) is correct. The depth of Lake Superior is the depth of Michigan is the depth of Huron is the depth of Erie is and the depth of Ontario is Ontario is the lake with the third greatest depth. you must determine the depth of each lake by subtracting the lowest point from the highest point.

it is not the length of the shadow plus a constant. See the explanation for the correct response (D). Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. the problem states that Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. At 10:00 A. and the shadow of a nearby tree is inches long. of the tree? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 4s ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer D : Choice (D) is correct. See the explanation for the correct response (D). Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. her shadow is inches long. The height of the tree is times the length of its shadow. The ratio of Molly’s height ( inches) to the length of her shadow ( inches) is proportional to the ratio of the tree’s height () to the length of its shadow (). Height is proportional to the length of the shadow. If then and However. not the length of its shadow. the problem states that 15 Molly is inches tall. in inches. So This simplifies to Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct.greater possible values of and the question asks for the greatest possible value. one day.M. Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. In terms of what is the height. the problem states that Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. 16 If a number is chosen at random from the set what is the probability that it is a member of the solution set of both and (A) (B) (C) . If then and However. If then and However. Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct.

See the explanation for the correct response (C). Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. then a triangle is formed by these three points. See the explanation for the correct response (C). To determine this probability. Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. The greatest possible length of is equal to Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct.(D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer C : Choice (C) is correct. only and are greater than and less than Therefore. If and lie on a line. and the length of must be less than the sum of the lengths of and which is The only choice that is less than or equal to is Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. the greatest possible length of is If and do not lie on the same line. you must first look at the solution sets of the inequalities. The greatest possible length of is equal to . The inequality simplifies to and simplifies to Of the five numbers in the set. 17 If the length of is and the length of is which of the following could be the length of (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer A : Choice (A) is correct. the probability of picking a number from the set that is in the solution set of both these inequalities is Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. See the explanation for the correct response (C). See the explanation for the correct response (C). The greatest possible length of is equal to Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct.

See the explanation for the correct response (C). if and what is the area of triangle (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer C : Choice (C) is correct. The greatest possible length of is equal to 18 In triangle above.Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. which of the following could be equal to (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer D : Choice (D) is correct. which is not an integer. the area of triangle is Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. This is the area of triangle Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. where is an integer. If the base of triangle is then its height is Substituting the values given in the problem. 19 If and are two different integers and the product is the square of an integer. The question asks . See the explanation for the correct response (C). The prime factorization of is Thus. It follows that If then Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. This is the area of triangle Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. since is the square of an integer.

Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct. See the explanation for the correct response (E). the tick marks are equally spaced. Explanation for Incorrect Answer D : Choice (D) is not correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. Which of the lettered points represents (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) A B C D E ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS Explanation for Correct Answer E : Choice (E) is correct. Explanation for Incorrect Answer B : Choice (B) is not correct. The question asks for a value of that makes the square of an integer. Explanation for Incorrect Answer A : Choice (A) is not correct. which is the average of and will always be exactly halfway between and Since is units to the left of the point labeled it follows that must be units to the right. See the explanation for the correct response (E). which is not an integer. Regardless of the position of on the number line. The question asks for a value of that makes the square of an integer. 20 On the number line above. or at the point labeled . which is not an integer. The question asks for a value of that makes the square of an integer. Previous Section Next Section . Explanation for Incorrect Answer E : Choice (E) is not correct. See the explanation for the correct response (E). See the explanation for the correct response (E).for a value of that makes the square of an integer. which is not an integer. Explanation for Incorrect Answer C : Choice (C) is not correct.

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