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  • Holt Math

    Ready for TAKS?

    Benchmark Tests for

    Grade 9

    3 R D P R I N T

  • Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston

    All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.

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    If you have received these materials as examination copies free of charge, Holt, Rinehart and Winston retains title to the materials and they may not be resold. Resale of examination copies is strictly prohibited.

    Possession of this publication in print format does not entitle users to convert this publication, or any portion of it, into electronic format.

    ISBN 0-03-092160-0

    1 2 3 4 5 862 10 09 08 07 06

    3 R D P R I N T

  • Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. iii Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    Directions for Administering Tests. . vii

    Reference to Other Materials . . . . . viii

    Diagnosis and Prescription: Student Mastery Charts . . . . . . . . . ix

    Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xi

    Answer Sheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xxvi

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(A) . . . . . . . . 1

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(B) . . . . . . . . 2

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(C) . . . . . . . 3

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(D) . . . . . . . 4

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(E) . . . . . . . . 5

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(A) . . . . . . . . 6

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(B) . . . . . . . . 7

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(C) . . . . . . . 8

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(D) . . . . . . . 9

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.3)(A) . . . . . . . 10

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.3)(B) . . . . . . . 11

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.4)(A) . . . . . . . 12

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.4)(B) . . . . . . . 13

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.4)(C) . . . . . . . 14

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.5)(A) . . . . . . . 15

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.5)(C) . . . . . . 16

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(A) . . . . . . . 17

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(B) . . . . . . . 18

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(C) . . . . . . 19

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(D) . . . . . . 20

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(E) . . . . . . . 21

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(F) . . . . . . . 22

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(G) . . . . . . 23

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.7)(A) . . . . . . . 24

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.7)(B) . . . . . . . 25

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.7)(C) . . . . . . 26

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.8)(A) . . . . . . . 27

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 5, (A.9)(C) . . . . . . 28

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 5, (A.11)(A) . . . . . . 29

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 6, (8.6)(A) . . . . . . . 30

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 6, (8.6)(B) . . . . . . . 31

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 6, (8.7)(D) . . . . . . . 32

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 7, (8.7)(A) . . . . . . . 33

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 7, (8.7)(B) . . . . . . . 34

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 7, (8.7)(C) . . . . . . . 35

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.8)(A) . . . . . . . 36

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.8)(B) . . . . . . . 37

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.8)(C) . . . . . . . 38

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.9)(A) . . . . . . . 39

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.9)(B) . . . . . . . 40

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.10)(A) . . . . . . 41

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.10)(B) . . . . . . 42

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.1)(B) . . . . . . . 43

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.3)(B) . . . . . . . 44

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.11)(A) . . . . . . 45

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.11)(B) . . . . . . 46

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.12)(A) . . . . . . 47

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.12)(C) . . . . . . 48

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.13)(B) . . . . . . 49

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.14)(A) . . . . . 50

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.14)(B) . . . . . 51

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.14)(C) . . . . . 52

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.15)(A) . . . . . 53

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.16)(A) . . . . . 54

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.16)(B) . . . . . 55

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(A) . . . . . . 56

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(B) . . . . . . 57

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(C) . . . . . . 58

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(D) . . . . . . 59

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(E) . . . . . . 60

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(A) . . . . . . 61

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(B) . . . . . . 62

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(C) . . . . . . 63

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(D) . . . . . . 64

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.3)(A) . . . . . . 65

    CONTENTS

    3 R D P R I N T

  • CONTENTS, CONTINUED

    Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. iv Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.3)(B) . . . . . . 66

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.4)(A) . . . . . . 67

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.4)(B) . . . . . . 68

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.4)(C) . . . . . . 69

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.5)(A) . . . . . . 70

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.5)(C) . . . . . . 71

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(A) . . . . . . 72

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(B) . . . . . . 73

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(C) . . . . . . 74

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(D) . . . . . . 75

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(E) . . . . . . 76

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(F). . . . . . . 77

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(G) . . . . . . 78

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.7)(A) . . . . . . 79

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.7)(B) . . . . . . 80

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.7)(C) . . . . . . 81

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.8)(A) . . . . . . 82

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 5, (A.9)(C) . . . . . . 83

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 5, (A.11)(A) . . . . . 84

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 6, (8.6)(A). . . . . . . 85

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 6, (8.6)(B). . . . . . . 86

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 6, (8.7)(D). . . . . . . 87

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 7, (8.7)(A). . . . . . . 88

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 7, (8.7)(B). . . . . . . 89

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 7, (8.7)(C). . . . . . . 90

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.8)(A). . . . . . . 91

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.8)(B). . . . . . . 92

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.8)(C). . . . . . . 93

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.9)(A). . . . . . . 94

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.9)(B). . . . . . . 95

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.10)(A). . . . . . 96

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.10)(B). . . . . . 97

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.1)(B). . . . . . . 98

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.3)(B). . . . . . . 99

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.11)(A). . . . . 100

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.11)(B). . . . . 101

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.12)(A). . . . . 102

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.12)(C). . . . . 103

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.13)(B). . . . . 104

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.14)(A). . . . 105

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.14)(B). . . . 106

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.14)(C). . . . 107

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.15)(A). . . . 108

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.16)(A). . . . 109

    Post-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.16)(B). . . . 110

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 111

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 112

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 113

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(D) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 114

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 1, (A.1)(E) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 115

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 116

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 117

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 118

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.2)(D) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 119

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.3)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 120

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.3)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 121

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.4)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 122

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.4)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 123

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 2, (A.4)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 124

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    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.5)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 125

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.5)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 126

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 127

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(B)) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 128

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 129

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(D) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 130

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(E) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 131

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(F) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 132

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 3, (A.6)(G) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 133

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.7)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 134

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.7)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 135

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.7)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 136

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 4, (A.8)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 137

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 5, (A.9)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 138

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 5, (A.11)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 139

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 6, (8.6)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 140

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 6, (8.6)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 141

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 6, (8.7)(D) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 142

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 7, (8.7)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 143

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 7, (8.7)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 144

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 7, (8.7)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 145

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.8)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 146

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.8)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 147

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.8)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 148

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.9)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 149

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.9)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 150

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.10)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 151

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 8, (8.10)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 152

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.1)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 153

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.3)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 154

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.11)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 155

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.11)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 156

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.12)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 157

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.12)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 158

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 9, (8.13)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 159

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.14)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 160

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.14)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 161

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.14)(C) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 162

    CONTENTS, CONTINUED

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    CONTENTS, CONTINUED

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.15)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 163

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.16)(A) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 164

    Pre-Test TAKS Obj 10, (8.16)(B) Answers/TAKS DOCTOR . . . . . . . . 165

    Answer Key Post Tests . . . . . . . . . . 166

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  • Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. vii Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    Using the Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Tests and Ready for TAKS? Intervention in Your ClassThe Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Tests will help you diagnose and assess the diverse skill levels of the students in your class, and will help you better prepare students for the TAKS tests.

    Administering the Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Tests

    Prepare a copy of the appropriate multiple-choice test and answer sheet in this book for each student who will take the test. Provide students with scratch paper. Use the TAKS Benchmark Pre-Tests to diagnose whether students are having difficulty and require Intervention. Use the TAKS Benchmark Post-Tests to assess whether students have made progress after they have had Intervention.

    Scoring and Reports

    When students have finished, collect all the tests and use the answer key to score them. For the TAKS Benchmark Pre-Tests, use the TAKS Doctor to diagnose errors. Record the scores on the Student Benchmark Test Profile and Class Benchmark Test Profile reports. Use these reports to keep track of students having difficulty on particular TEKS. Use the Class Benchmark Test Recording Sheet, and Student Intervention Plan to determine the steps needed to address problem areas, and to organize appropriate Intervention resources.

    Intervention

    The Diagnosis and Prescription: Student Mastery Chart indicates the Intervention resources for the TEKS. When more review is necessary, provide students with the appropriate TAKS Mini-Review to help them prepare for the TAKS tests.

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  • Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. viii Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    Other Materials Available for TAKS Test Preparation Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Tests are available in different formats:

    Ready for TAKS Intervention for Grades 6 through Exit Exam [CD-ROMs]allows teachers to assign the TAKS Benchmark Pre- and Post-Tests to whole classes or individual students. The Reports show which students are having difficulty on particular TEKS. Teachers can choose to have interactive Intervention materials automatically assigned to students requiring help.

    Ready for TAKS Intervention Online for Grades 6 through Exit Examprovides diagnostic assessment and interactive Intervention and Practice. The TAKS Benchmark Pre-Test Reports show which students are having difficulty on particular TEKS. Teachers can choose to have the interactive Intervention materials automatically assigned to students requiring help. Once students have completed the Intervention, the system automatically assigns the appropriate TAKS Benchmark Post-Tests. The TAKS Benchmark Post-Test Reports show which students are proficient and which students need more help.

    TAKS Prep Workbookprovides extra practice for students by using alternative strategies to reteach skills that are tested on the TAKS.

    Countdown to TAKS Transparenciesprovides practice on skills that are tested on the TAKS. The Transparencies can be used as lesson warm ups, or as daily or weekly quizzes.

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  • Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. ix Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Tests

    Diagnosis and PrescriptionDIAGNOSIS AND PRESCRIPTION: STUDENT MASTERY

    The Benchmark Tests can be used to inform instructional planning, chart student progress, and provide individual and group snapshots of math concepts and skills proficiency.

    TAKS/TEKS Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Pre-Test

    Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Post-Test

    Ready for TAKS? Intervention

    TAKS Mini-Review

    Objective 1 Foundations for Functions

    (A.1)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (A.1)(A) Obj. 1

    (A.1)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (A.1)(B) Obj. 1

    (A.1)(C) Items 15 Items 15 (A.1)(C) Obj. 1

    (A.1)(D) Items 15 Items 15 (A.1)(D) Obj. 1

    (A.1)(E) Items 15 Items 15 (A.1)(E) Obj. 1

    Objective 2 Foundations for Functions

    (A.2)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (A.2)(A) Obj. 2, Part 1

    (A.2)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (A.2)(B) Obj. 2, Part 1

    (A.2)(C) Items 14 Items 14 (A.2)(C) Obj. 2, Part 1

    (A.2)(D) Items 15 Items 15 (A.2)(D) Obj. 2, Part 1

    (A.3)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (A.3)(A) Obj. 2, Part 2

    (A.3)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (A.3)(B) Obj. 2, Part 2

    (A.4)(A) Items 16 Items 16 (A.4)(A) Obj. 2, Part 2

    (A.4)(B) Items 16 Items 16 (A.4)(B) Obj. 2, Part 2

    (A.4)(C) Items 15 Items 15 (A.4)(C) Obj. 2, Part 2

    Objective 3 Linear Functions

    (A.5)(A) Items 14 Items 14 (A.5)(A) Obj. 3

    (A.5)(C) Items 15 Items 15 (A.5)(C) Obj. 3

    (A.6)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (A.6)(A) Obj. 3

    (A.6)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (A.6)(B) Obj. 3

    (A.6)(C) Items 15 Items 15 (A.6)(C) Obj. 3

    (A.6)(D) Items 15 Items 15 (A.6)(D) Obj. 3

    (A.6)(E) Items 15 Items 15 (A.6)(E) Obj. 3

    (A.6)(F) Items 15 Items 15 (A.6)(F) Obj. 3

    (A.6)(G) Items 15 Items 15 (A.6)(G) Obj. 3

    Objective 4 Linear Functions

    (A.7)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (A.7)(A) Obj. 4

    (A.7)(B) Items 15 Items 16 (A.7)(B) Obj. 4

    (A.7)(C) Items 15 Items 15 (A.7)(C) Obj. 4

    (A.8)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (A.8)(A) Obj. 4

    Objective 5 Quadratic and Other Nonlinear Functions

    (A.9)(C) Items 15 Items 15 (A.9)(C) Obj. 5

    (A.11)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (A.11)(A) Obj. 5

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    Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Tests

    Diagnosis and PrescriptionDIAGNOSIS AND PRESCRIPTION: STUDENT MASTERY

    The Benchmark Tests can be used to inform instructional planning, chart student progress, and provide individual and group snapshots of math concepts and skills proficiency.

    TAKS/TEKS Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Pre-Test

    Ready for TAKS? Benchmark Post-Test

    Ready for TAKS? Intervention

    TAKS Mini-Review

    Objective 6 Geometry and Spatial Reasoning

    (8.6)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (8.6)(A) Obj. 6

    (8.6)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (8.6)(B) Obj. 6

    (8.7)(D) Items 15 Items 15 (8.7)(D) Obj. 6

    Objective 7 Geometry and Spatial Reasoning

    (8.7)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (8.7)(A) Obj. 7

    (8.7)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (8.7)(B) Obj. 7

    (8.7)(C) Items 14 Items 14 (8.7)(C) Obj. 7

    Objective 8 Measurement

    (8.8)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (8.8)(A) Obj. 8

    (8.8)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (8.8)(B) Obj. 8

    (8.8)(C) Items 15 Items 15 (8.8)(C) Obj. 8

    (8.9)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (8.9)(A) Obj. 8

    (8.9)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (8.9)(B) Obj. 8

    (8.10)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (8.10)(A) Obj. 8

    (8.10)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (8.10)(B) Obj. 8

    Objective 9 Number, Operations, and Quantitative Reasoning

    (8.1)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (8.1)(B) Obj. 9, Part 1

    Objective 9 Patterns, Relationships, and Algebraic Thinking

    (8.3)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (8.3)(B) Obj. 9, Part 1

    Objective 9 Probability and Statistics

    (8.11)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (8.11)(A) Obj. 9, Part 1

    (8.11)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (8.11)(B) Obj. 9, Part 1

    (8.12)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (8.12)(A) Obj. 9, Part 2

    (8.12)(C) Items 14 Items 14 (8.12)(C) Obj. 9, Part 2

    (8.13)(B) Items 14 Items 14 (8.13)(B) Obj. 9, Part 2

    Objective 10 Underlying Processes and Mathematical Tools

    (8.14)(A) Items 15 Items 15 (8.14)(A) Obj. 10

    (8.14)(B) Items 15 Items 15 (8.14)(B) Obj. 10

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    Date __________________________________

    TAKS/TEKS Steps Taken to Address Reteaching/Intervention Problem Area Processes

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    Objective TEKS Number % Intervention Number % Proficient? Correct Correct Needed? Correct Correct Yes/No Yes/No

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    2 (A.2)(A) /5 /5

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    Objective TEKS Number % Intervention Number % Proficient? Correct Correct Needed? Correct Correct Yes/No Yes/No

    1 (A.1)(A) /5 /5

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    Learners Having Difficulty below 70%

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    Objective TEKS Number % Intervention Number % Proficient? Correct Correct Needed? Correct Correct Yes/No Yes/No

    6 (8.6)(A) /5 /5

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    4 (A.7)(A) /5 /5

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    Proficiency Levels

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    5 (A.9)(C) /5 /5

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    Objective TEKS Number % Intervention Number % Proficient? Correct Correct Needed? Correct Correct Yes/No Yes/No

    7 (8.7)(A) /5 /5

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    7 (8.7)(C) /4 /4

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    Student Name ______________________________________________________________________

    TAKS BENCHMARK PRE-TESTS BENCHMARK POST-TESTS

    Objective TEKS Number % Intervention Number % Proficient? Correct Correct Needed? Correct Correct Yes/No Yes/No

    8 (8.8)(A) /5 /5

    8 (8.8)(B) /5 /5

    8 (8.8)(C) /5 /5

    8 (8.9)(A) /5 /5

    8 (8.9)(B) /5 /5

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    Advanced Learners 90% to 100%

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    Learners Having Difficulty below 70%

    TAKS BENCHMARK PRE-TESTS BENCHMARK POST-TESTS

    Objective TEKS Number % Intervention Number % Proficient? Correct Correct Needed? Correct Correct Yes/No Yes/No

    9 (8.1)(B) /5 /5

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    Ready for TAKS?Benchmark Pre-Test (A.1)(A)1

    OBJECTIVE

    1. A relation exists between a sandwich shops profit and the number of sandwiches it sells. In this relation, what is the dependent variable?

    A the shops profit

    B the price of each sandwich

    C the number of sandwiches sold

    D the number of days the shop is open

    2. The relation between the number of hours a student works, h, and the amount of money the student earns, m, is given by the function m 8.50h. In this relation, what is the dependent variable?

    F the hourly pay rate, $8.50

    G the number of hours worked, h

    H the number of days worked, d

    J the amount of money earned, m

    3. The table shows a relation between two variables, a and b. Which statement is the best description of the relationship between a and b?

    a b

    1 10

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    A As a increases, b increases.

    B As a increases, b decreases.

    C It does not appear that b is dependent on a.

    D There is a linear relationship between a and b.

    4. Which of the following relations is least likely to have an independent variable and a dependent variable?

    F length of a side, area of a rectangle

    G time spent studying for a test, grade on the test

    H weight of a book, number of pages in the book

    J number of square feet in a room, price per square foot of carpet

    5. The graph shows a function in which y is the dependent variable. Which statement is the best description of the relation between x and y ?

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    x

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    A As x increases, y increases.

    B As x increases, y decreases.

    C As x increases, y increases at a constant rate.

    D As x increases, y decreases at a constant rate.

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  • Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 2 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    Name Date Class

    1OBJECTIVE

    1. A high school is purchasing academic letters for their honor roll students. They were quoted the following prices for the letters.

    Academic Letter Pricing

    Number of letters, n

    Total cost, c ($)

    10 40

    15 55

    20 70

    25 85

    Which function represents the relationship between the total cost, c, and the number of academic letters, n?

    A c n 15

    B c 3n 10

    C c 4n

    D c 3n

    2. The graph shows the relationship between two variables, t and h. Which function represents this relationship?

    h

    t

    20

    18

    16

    14

    12

    10

    8

    6

    4

    2

    2

    2 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20

    F h 2t H h t 3

    G h 2t 3 J h 2 __ t 3

    3. Which function could be used to describe the data set shown?

    {(3, 0), (1, 2), (1, 4), (3, 6)}

    A y x 2

    B y x 3

    C y x 3

    D y 3x

    4. Which function represents the data set shown?

    Domain

    3

    0

    2

    2

    Range

    9

    0

    4

    F y 3x

    G y x 6

    H y x 2

    J y x 2

    5. The total cost, c, paid for m miles driven in a rental car per day is shown in the table. Which function represents the relationship between the total amount paid and the number of miles driven?

    Miles driven, m

    Total cost, c ($)

    25 25.00

    35 29.00

    45 33.00

    55 37.00

    A c m

    B c m 4

    C c 0.4m 15

    D c 1.4m 15

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  • Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 3 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    Name Date Class

    1OBJECTIVE

    1. Mario opened a savings account with $50 that he received for his birthday. Each week, he deposits $5 of his allowance into the account. The table shows the balance in the account, b, after w weeks have passed since opening the account. Which equation best describes the balance?

    Savings Account Balance

    Number of weeks, w

    Balance, b

    1 $55

    2 $60

    3 $65

    4 $70

    A b 50 5 w

    B b 50 5w

    C b 50(5w)

    D b (50 5)w

    2. A tee-shirt company charges $8.00 for a plain tee-shirt. If the customer wants to add iron-on decals to the shirt, the additional cost is $2.50 per decal. If the customer also wants words, the cost is $0.15 per letter. Which equation best expresses the total cost of the tee-shirt, c, in terms of the number of decals, d, and the number of letters, n?

    F c 2.50d 0.15n

    G c 8.00 2.50n 0.15d

    H c 8.00 2.50d 0.15n

    J c 8(2.50d 0.15n)

    3. An interior decorating company is adding a chair rail to a room for a customer. The room is twice as long as it is wide. If the width of the room is w feet, and the chair rail costs $4 per foot, which equation describes the price, p, for adding the chair rail to the room?

    A p 6w

    B p 4(2 w 2 )

    C p 4(3w )

    D p 4(6w )

    4. A furniture store charges a $150 fee to deliver a piece of furniture weighing up to 200 pounds. The store charges $2 extra for each additional pound over 200. Which equation best expresses the total delivery fee, f, in terms of the number of pounds, p?

    F f 150 2(p 200)

    G f 150 p 200

    _______ 2

    H f 150 (p 200)

    J f 150 2p

    5. Mary has $20 to spend on art supplies. Art pencils cost $1.50 per pencil, including tax, and drawing pads cost $3.50 per pad, including tax. Which inequality best expresses the number of pencils, p, and drawing pads, d, that Mary is able to buy?

    A p d 20

    B p d 20

    C 1.5p 3.5d 20

    D 1.5p 3.5d 20

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  • Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 4 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    Name Date Class

    1OBJECTIVE

    1. The function f (x) {(1, 2), (0, 0), (1, 2), (2, 4)} can be represented in a variety of different ways. Which of the following is NOT an accurate representation of f (x )?

    A y 2x with domain of {1, 0, 1, 2}

    B x y __

    2 with range of {2, 0, 2, 4}

    C y

    x

    6

    4

    2

    4

    6

    246 2 4 6

    D Domain

    2

    0

    2

    4

    Range

    1

    0

    1

    2

    2. Which of the following does NOT represent a function?

    F {(2, 4), (1, 1), (0, 0), (1, 1)}

    G x 1 0 2 1

    y 5 4 10 5

    H 123

    01

    J y

    x

    6

    4

    2

    4

    6

    246 2 4 6

    3. Which of the following equations does NOT represent a function?

    A y x 1

    B y x 2 1

    C x y 2 1

    D x 2y 1

    4. Identify the graph that best represents the relationship between the number of hours a person works at $8.50 per hour and the persons total pay.

    F H

    G J

    5. A function is defined as follows: x is an integer between, but not including 5 and 0, and y is always 3 more than x. Which of the following is a correct representation of the function?

    A y x 3 for 5 x 0

    B f (x ) {(4, 1), (3, 0), (2, 1), (1, 2)}

    C x 1 0 1 2

    y 4 3 2 1

    D y

    x

    6

    4

    2

    2

    6

    246 2 4 6

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  • Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 5 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    Name Date Class

    1OBJECTIVE

    1. The table shows the approximate number of gallons of water used when doing laundry. Based on this data, what is the maximum number of whole loads of laundry a person is able to do and use less than 100 gallons of water?

    Water Used per Load

    Loads Gallons

    1 40

    2 80

    3 120

    4 140

    A 1

    B 2

    C 3

    D 4

    2. The graph shows the total amount charged by an electrician who typically installs all the electrical outlets in a new home. If the materials for the job cost $52, what is the hourly rate charged by the electrician?

    c

    h

    400

    300

    200

    100

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

    F $50 per hr

    G $52 per hr

    H $100 per hr

    J $102 per hr

    3. Which is always a correct conclusion about the quantities in the function y x 2 , if x is an integer?

    A As x increases, y increases.

    B As x increases, y decreases.

    C The variable y is always greater than or equal to the variable x.

    D The variable y is always less than the variable x.

    4. A pool cleaning service charges customers according to the formula c 25 15h, where h represents the number of hours worked. The company supplies all the necessary chemicals to keep the water in the pool appropriately chlorinated. In the formula, 25 most likely represents

    F the companys hourly rate

    G the number of hours it takes to clean an average-sized pool

    H the cost of the chemicals

    J the number of miles to the customers home

    5. The Flyer, a local advertising mailer, sells For Sale ads according to the function c 5 0.20(n 10), where c represents the total charge for the ad and n represents the number of words in the ad. Which is the best interpretation of this function?

    A The charge is $5.20 per word.

    B The charge is $5 plus 20 per word.

    C The charge is 20 plus $5 per word.

    D The charge is $5 for the first 10 words plus 20 per word after 10.

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  • 1. Which of the functions is NOT linear?

    A 2y 3 x

    B y 1 __ 2 x 2

    C y 1 __ x 3

    D y 2(x 3) 5

    2. Which is the best representation of the function y 2x ?

    F

    2

    x

    y

    G

    2 x

    y

    H

    2x

    y

    J

    2x

    y

    3. The graph of which function would pass through the points (2, 12) and (2, 12)?

    A y 6x

    B y 6x

    C y 3 x 2

    D y 6 x 2

    4. Which statement best describes the graph of y x 2 ?

    F a line with a slope of 1

    G a parabola whose vertex is at (0, 1)

    H an upside-down parabola whose vertex is at (0, 1)

    J an upside-down parabola whose vertex is at (0, 0)

    5. The data in which table can be modeled using a linear function?

    A x 2 0 1 2

    y 3 3 6 9

    B x 5 2 0 3

    y 1 2 3 7

    C x 0 1 2 3

    y 2 2 5 8

    D x 1 0 1 2

    y 1 0 1 4

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    Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 7 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    1. The pep club is raising money by washing cars. The function f (x ) 5x describes the amount of money, in dollars, that the pep club will earn for washing x cars. What is the domain of the function?

    A all real numbers

    B all integers

    C {0, 1, 2, 3, }

    D x > 0

    2. The sum of the measures of the interior angles of a polygon with n sides is given by the function f (n ) 180(n 2). What is the domain of f (n )?

    F all real numbers

    G all integers

    H all integers n 0

    J all integers n 2

    3. The perimeter of the rectangle is given by the function P 2(2x 5).

    x 3

    x 2

    What is the most complete and reasonable domain for this function?

    A x < 6

    B x > 3

    C x > 2

    D x > 0

    4. What is the domain of the function graphed?

    y

    x

    5

    5

    F x 0

    G 0 x 9

    H {0, 1, 2, 3}

    J {0, 1, 4, 10}

    5. What is the range of the function graphed?

    y

    x

    5

    5

    A y 2

    B y 2

    C x 2

    D { ... 4, 3, 2}

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  • 1. The graph shows the fare to take a cab ride for m miles. Which statement is true?

    Cab

    Far

    e ($

    ) 2.50

    2.00

    1.50

    1.00

    1 32 54Number of Miles

    A The fare is $1.50 per mile.

    B The fare is $1.50 per person.

    C The minimum fare is $1.50.

    D The rate of increase in the fare is $1.50 per mile.

    2. Mr. Jones is choosing between two plumbers to install a new kitchen sink. The graph shows the relationship between the total cost for each plumber based on the number of hours to complete the job.

    2

    6050403020

    4 6 8 10Hours

    Rat

    e ($

    )

    A

    B

    According to the graph, which statement is NOT true?

    F Plumber A would cost less as long as the job takes no longer than 6 hours.

    G The two plumbers would cost the same if the job takes 6 hours.

    H Plumber B would cost less if the job takes more than 6 hours.

    J Plumber A charges more than Plumber B for a job that takes 3 hours.

    3. The graph shows how the number of baseball cards in Johns collection changed over time. Which statement is true?

    Nu

    mb

    er o

    f C

    ard

    s 250

    200

    150

    100

    50

    1 32 5 64Number of Months

    A John had 25 cards when he started his collection.

    B John had 50 cards at the end of 4 months.

    C John acquired 25 cards each month.

    D John acquired 50 cards each month.

    4. The graph shows the height, in feet, of a football t seconds after it is thrown. Which statement is true?

    Hei

    gh

    t (f

    t)

    30

    18

    6

    1 2 3 4Seconds

    F The ball hits the ground at 4 seconds.

    G The balls minimum height is 6 feet.

    H The balls maximum height is 6 feet.

    J The balls height increases for a total of 4 seconds.

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    Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 9 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    1. The graph shows the value of a certain stock during a period of several months. Which is a reasonable statement about the value of the stock during this time period?

    Pri

    ce P

    er S

    har

    e ($

    )

    30

    20

    10

    1 32 5 64Number of Months

    A The stock lost value for the first three months.

    B The stock experienced its most rapid increase in price between months 1 and 2.

    C The stock only lost value between months 4 and 6.

    D The value of the stock more than tripled in price by month 3.

    2. The table shows the retail price of recliners based on the wholesale price.

    Wholesale ($) Retail ($)

    200 300

    250 400

    300 500

    350 600

    Use the data to predict the retail price of a recliner with a wholesale price of $500.

    F $600 H $800

    G $700 J $900

    Use the scatter plot to answer questions 35.

    Ask

    ing

    pri

    ce in

    tho

    usa

    nd

    s ($

    )

    Age (years)

    30

    20

    10

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

    The scatter plot shows the asking price for a certain model of car based on the age of the car. The line of best fit for the data is also shown.

    3. Predict the approximate asking price of a 7-year old car of the same model.

    A $5,000 C $15,000

    B $10,000 D $25,000

    4. Which statement best describes the relationship between the asking price and the age of the car?

    F As the age of the car increases, the asking price increases.

    G As the age of the car increases, the asking price decreases.

    H The age of the car does not affect the asking price.

    J The asking price consistently decreased by $10,000 per year.

    5. If the line of best fit is fairly accurate, even for a new car, what is the approximate value of a new car of this model?

    A $10,000

    B $20,000

    C $25,000

    D Cannot be determined.

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  • 1. Which expression represents the change from a $20 bill when you purchase an item that costs d dollars?

    A 20 d

    B 20 d

    C 20d

    D 20 d

    2. Mary has $220 in her purse. If she buys 4 items that each cost d dollars, which expression represents the new balance in Marys purse?

    F 4d

    G 220 4d

    H 220 4d

    J 220(4d )

    3. The table shows the cost of buying DVDs at Movie Mania.

    Number of DVDs

    Total Cost ($)

    1 15

    2 30

    3 45

    4 60

    Which equation represents the total cost, c, if a customer purchases n DVDs?

    A c 15

    B c 15 n

    C c 15n

    D c 15 n

    4. A typist began a big project with 420 pages of a novel to type. If she typed 18 pages per hour, which equation shows the number of pages, p, remaining after h hours?

    F p 420 18 h

    G p 420 18h

    H p 420 18h

    J p 420 ____ 18h

    5. A chemistry class is monitoring the temperature of a liquid. The initial temperature of the liquid is 72F. The table shows the change in the temperature over time as the liquid is heated.

    Number of minutes

    Temperature (F)

    0 72

    1 74

    2 76

    3 78

    4 80

    Which equation represents the temperature, t, after m minutes have passed?

    A t m 2

    B t 2m

    C t 72 m 2

    D t 72 2m

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    Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 11 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    1. According to the pattern shown, if n is the number of sides that a polygon has, which expression represents the number of triangular regions that can be formed inside that polygon?

    A n C n 1

    B n 1 D n 2

    2. A small flight of stairs is constructed by stacking cement blocks. The pattern shows the number of blocks needed depending on how many steps are to be built.

    Which statement accurately describes this pattern?

    F The number of blocks needed is equal to the square of the number of steps.

    G The number of blocks needed is 2 more than the number of the step.

    H Except for the first step, the number of blocks needed is the number of the step minus one times 3.

    J The increase in the number of blocks needed from one step to the next is equal to the number of the step.

    3. The length of a rectangle is x 5, and its width is x 2. Which expression represents the area of the rectangle?

    A 4x 6 C x 2 3x 10

    B x 2 3x 10 D x 2 10

    4. A rectangle with an area of 4 x 2 14x 6 is modeled below using algebra tiles.

    Which expression gives the correct factorization for 4 x 2 14x 6?

    F (4x 2)(x 3)

    G (4x 3)(x 2)

    H (4x 6)(x 1)

    J (2x 2)(2x 3)

    5. The table shows the coordinates of several pairs of points.

    x y

    0 5

    3 15

    6 45

    9 135

    Which statement describes a pattern in the table?

    A The y-value is 5 times the x-value.

    B for every increase of 3 in the x-values, the y-value increases by 15.

    C for every increase of 3 in the x-values, the y-value triples.

    D The y-value is 3 raised to the x power.

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  • 1. If f (x ) x 2 4x 5, what is f (3)?

    A 16

    B 1

    C 2

    D 8

    2. What is the missing value in the function table?

    x f (x ) 2 4x

    2 10

    0 2

    1 2

    ? 14

    F 4

    G 2

    H 3

    J 4

    3. What expression represents the perimeter of the equilateral triangle?

    3x 2

    A (3x 2 ) 3

    B 9x 2

    C 3x 6

    D 9x 6

    4. What is the value of x in the equation 7x 3 2x 42?

    F 39 ___ 9

    G 5

    H 9

    J 36

    5. Which equation shows the slope-intercept form of the linear equation 4x 2y 6?

    A y 2x 6

    B y 2x 3

    C y 2x 3

    D y 2x 3

    6. The rectangle has an area of x 2 6x 16.

    x 8

    Which expression represents the width of the rectangle?

    F x 2

    G x 2

    H x 8

    J x 24

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    1. Which real number property is illustrated by the equation 4x (3x 7) 12 x 2 28x ?

    A Commutative Property of Addition

    B Associative Property of Addition

    C Distributive Property

    D Multiplicative Identity Property of 1

    2. Which real number property is illustrated by the equation (3 5x ) 4x 3 (5x 4x )?

    F Commutative Property of Addition

    G Associative Property of Addition

    H Distributive Property

    J Additive Identity Property of 0

    3. Which expression is equivalent to 15 m 2 6( m 2 2m)?

    A 9 m 2 2m

    B 9 m 2 12m

    C 9 m 2 12m

    D 9 12m

    4. Which expression is equivalent to 6 x 2 4x 3 8x 11 x 2 8?

    F 5 x 2 12x 5

    G 5 x 2 12x 11

    H 5 x 2 12x 5

    J 5 x 4 12 x 2 11

    5. What is the perimeter of the pentagon?

    x

    3x 1

    2x 1

    3x 7

    2x 5

    A 11x 12

    B 10x 12

    C 11 x 5 12

    D 5(11x 12)

    6. The table shows the factored form and the simplified form for several products.

    Factored form Simplified form

    (x 2)(x 2) x 2 4

    (x 2)(x 3) x 2 x 6

    (x 2 ) 2 x 2 4

    (2x 1)(2x 1) 4x 2 1

    Which product is NOT correctly simplified?

    F (x 2)(x 2)

    G (x 2)(x 3)

    H (x 2 ) 2

    J (2x 1)(2x 1)

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  • 1. Which function notation would represent the same relationship as the linear equation y 3x 2?

    A f (x ) x 2 _____ 3

    B f (x ) 3x 2

    C 3f (x ) x 2

    D f (x ) 3(x 2)

    2. Which linear equation would represent the same relationship as the function f (x ) (x 5)?

    F y 1 _____ x 5

    G y x 5

    H y x 5

    J y (x 5)

    3. The table shows several values generated by the function f (x ) x 2 3.

    x f (x )

    1 4

    0 3

    1 4

    2 7

    Which equation represents the same relationship?

    A y

    x 3

    B y (x 3 ) 2

    C y x 2 3

    D y 2 x 3

    4. The line graphed is given by the

    equation y 1 __ 2

    x 1.

    6

    4

    2

    2

    4

    6

    246 2 4 6 x

    y

    Which function would have the same graph?

    F f (x ) 1 __ 2

    x 1 G f (x ) 2x 1

    H f (x ) x 1 __ 2

    J f (x ) 2(x 1)

    5. A chemistry class monitored the temperature of a substance being heated. The initial temperature of the liquid was 72F and the temperature increased by 2 degrees every minute. The results can be represented by the function f (m ) 72 2m, where m is the number of minutes that have passed. Which equation represents the temperature, t, after m minutes have passed?

    A t m 2

    B t 2m

    C t 72 m 2

    D t 72 2m

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    Name Date Class

    1. Which situation can best be described by a linear function?

    A the total fee, f, for a painter who charges by the hour and the number of hours, h, that the painter worked

    B the height of a pebble that is projected upward from ground level with an initial velocity of 45 ft/s

    C the distance traveled by a person who walks quickly for 35 minutes then rests for 5 minutes before continuing on her walk for another 8 minutes

    D the temperature in an oven as it is turned on and heated to 350 F and then kept at 400 F for 20 minutes

    2. Which table below could represent a linear function?

    F x 0 2 4 6

    y 3 9 13 17

    G x 2 2 5 9

    y 4 4 4 4

    H x 0 1 2 3

    y 0 2 2 3

    J x 2 4 9 16

    y 1 2 3 4

    3. Which of the following situations could be represented by the linear function shown?

    y

    x

    (1, 3)

    (2, 6)

    8

    7

    6

    5

    4

    3

    2

    1

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

    A The area of a circle can be approximated using the formula A 3r 2.

    B Each month a companys profits is $3 million greater than profits the previous year.

    C The population of a certain kind of owl is decreasing at a rate of 3 thousand owls per year.

    D The number of bacteria in a culture increases each day by three times the amount of the previous days increase.

    4. Which linear function below includes the points (1, 2) and (2, 5)?

    F y x 2 1

    G y 2x

    H y x 3

    J y x 1

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  • 1. What is the equation of the line shown?

    6

    4

    2

    2

    4

    6

    246 2 4 6 x

    y

    A y 1 __ 3 x 6 C y 1 __

    3 x 6

    B y 3x 6 D y 3x 6

    2. The table shows several points that lie on a given line. Which of the following could be the equation of the line?

    x 2 0 3

    y 4 0 6

    F y 2x G x y 0

    H y x 6 J y 2x

    3. Which linear equation is equivalent to

    the equation y 1 __ 2 x 6?

    A x 2y 6 0

    B x 2y 12 0

    C x 2y 12 0

    D x 2y 12 0

    4. Which linear equation represents the statement the value of y is 3 less than twice the value of x?

    F y 2x 3

    G y 3 2x

    H 2y 3 x

    J 2y x 3

    5. Which of the following is the graph of the equation 2x y 4?

    A 5

    3

    1

    1

    3

    5

    531135 x

    y

    B 5

    3

    1

    1

    3

    5

    531135 x

    y

    C 5

    3

    1

    1

    3

    5

    5 x

    y

    31135

    D 5

    3

    1

    1

    3

    5

    531135 x

    y

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    1. What is the slope of the line whose equation is 2y 3x 8?

    A 3

    B 3 __ 2

    C 2 __ 3

    D 4

    2. What is the slope of the line whose equation is 3y x 4x 6?

    F 1

    G 5 __ 3

    H 2

    J 3

    3. What is the slope of the line whose graph is shown?

    6

    4

    2

    2

    4

    6

    246 2 4 6 x

    y

    A 2 C 1 __ 2

    B 1 __ 2 D 2

    4. Which graph shows a line with slope of 2?

    F 5

    3

    1

    1

    3

    5

    531135 x

    y

    G 5

    3

    1

    1

    3

    5

    531135 x

    y

    H 5

    3

    1

    1

    3

    5

    531135 x

    y

    J 5

    3

    1

    1

    3

    5

    531135 x

    y

    5. Line a passes through each of the points in the table. What is the slope of line a ?

    x 1 0 1

    y 4 4 4

    A 4 C 0

    B 4 D undefined

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  • 1. According to the graph, which statement best describes the relationship between x and y?

    x

    y

    A As x increases, y remains constant.

    B As y increases, x remains constant.

    C As x increases, y increases.

    D As x increases, y decreases.

    2. The slopes of two equations are given. Which pair represents the slopes of parallel lines?

    F 2; 2 H 2; 2

    G 2; 1 __ 2 J 2; 1 __

    2

    3. Which graph could represent a companys profits over a years time if profits increased for a few months, then remained constant for a few months, then increased again?

    A C

    B D

    4. Bob agreed to cut 24 lawns during 4 weeks in April. The graph shows how many lawns he had left to cut at the end of each week over the 4-week time period.

    Week

    Nu

    mb

    er

    of

    Law

    ns

    Lef

    t to

    Cu

    t

    3 421

    24

    Which statement is the best interpretation of the x-intercept?

    F Bob finished cutting all the lawns by the end of the third week.

    G Bob had 3 lawns left to cut at the end of the 4 weeks.

    H It took Bob 3 months to cut all the lawns.

    J Bob cut 3 lawns per week.

    5. The graph shows how the number of figurines in Margarets collection changed in 2005.

    Nu

    mb

    er o

    fF

    igu

    rin

    es

    15

    Months

    Which statement is the best interpretation of the y-intercept?

    A Mary had the most figurines at the end of 15 months.

    B Mary acquired 15 new figurines each month.

    C Mary had 15 figurines at the beginning of 2005.

    D The most figurines Mary ever had was 15.

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    Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 19 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    1. The graphs of line n and line m are shown.

    x

    y6

    4

    2

    2

    4

    6

    6 4 2 2 4 6

    Line n

    x

    y12

    8

    4

    4

    8

    12

    12 8 4 4 8 12

    Line m

    How does the graph of line n compare to the graph of line m ?

    A The slope of n is less, but n s y-intercept is greater.

    B The slope of n is less, and n s y-intercept is less.

    C The slope of n is greater, and n s y-intercept is greater.

    D The slope of n is greater, but n s y-intercept is less.

    2. The graph of the function f (x ) 2x 5 is shown.

    6

    4

    2

    2

    4

    6

    246 2 4 6 x

    y

    If the graph of f (x ) is shifted up 5 units, what would be the equation of the new function?

    F f (x ) 2x H f (x ) 7x 5

    G f (x ) 2x 10 J f (x ) 10x 5

    3. Line a is represented by the equation y 2x 5, and line b is represented by the equation y 2x 5. Which statement describes how line b is related to line a ?

    A Line b is a reflection of line a across the x-axis.

    B Line b is a reflection of line a across the y-axis.

    C Line b is a translation of line a 10 units to the left.

    D Line b is a translation of line a 10 units down.

    4. Line a is represented by equation y 2x 3. Line b has the same slope as line a, but has a y-intercept of 1. Which statement below describes how line b is related to line a ?

    F Line b is a translation of line a 2 units up.

    G Line b is a translation of line a2 units down.

    H Line b is a reflection of line a across the x-axis.

    J Line b is a reflection of line a across the y-axis.

    5. A line has the equation y 2x 3. If the slope of the line is tripled and 2 is subtracted from the y-intercept, which equation represents the new line?

    A y 3x 2

    B y 4x 9

    C y 6x 1

    D 3y 2x 1

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  • 1. Which equation describes a line that passes through the point (1, 3) and has a slope of 2?

    A y = 1 __ 2 x + 1

    B y = 2x + 1

    C y = 2x + 4

    D y = 2x 5

    2. Which equation describes a line with a slope of 4 and a y-intercept of 3?

    F 4x + y = 3

    G 4x y = 3

    H 4x y = 3

    J 4x + y = 3

    3. Which equation describes a line with ay-intercept of 5 and an x-intercept of 5?

    A y x = 5

    B x y = 5

    C 5x 5y = 0

    D 5y 5x = 1

    4. Which equation describes the line whose graph is shown?

    6

    4

    2

    2

    4

    6

    246 2 4 6 x

    y

    F y = 1 __ 2

    x + 3 H y = 3 __ 2

    x + 3

    G y = x + 3 J y = 2x + 3

    5. Which could NOT be the equation of the line whose graph is shown?

    x

    y

    A y = 4 __ 5

    x 4

    B y = x 3.5

    C x + y 3 = 0

    D x y 3 = 0

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    1. If the line 4x 3y 12 were graphed, what would be the y-intercept?

    A 4

    B 3

    C 0

    D 4

    2. If the line y 2 __ 3 x 8 were graphed,

    what would be the x-intercept?

    F 12

    G 0

    H 8

    J 12

    3. What is the x-intercept of the line graphed?

    6

    4

    2

    2

    4

    6

    246 2 4 6 x

    y

    A 4

    B 4

    C 6

    D 3 __ 2

    4. The table below shows several points that lie on a line. What would be the coordinates of the y-intercept of this line?

    x y

    4 5

    3 4

    2 3

    F (1, 0)

    G (0, 1)

    H (0, 2)

    J (2, 0)

    5. A refrigerator company is testing a new refrigerator. The temperature inside the refrigerator, in degrees Fahrenheit, is recorded every hour, from the time the refrigerator is turned on. The table shows that the temperature decreases according to a linear relationship.

    Time (h)

    Temperature (F)

    0 72

    1 60

    2 48

    3 36

    Let x represent the time in hours and y represent the temperature in degree Fahrenheit. If the pattern continues and the linear relationship is graphed, what would be the x-intercept of the line?

    A 4

    B 5

    C 6

    D 7

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  • 1. The graph of a line is shown below. If the slope is doubled and the y-intercept remains the same, which equation represents the new line?

    12

    8

    4

    4

    8

    12

    4812 4 8 12

    y

    x

    A y 1 __ 2 x 12 C y 2x 6

    B y x 6 D 2y 1 __ 2 x 6

    2. Two start-up companies profits over a 6-month period of time are represented by the graphs. The units on the axes are the same.

    Months

    Pro

    fits

    Pro

    fits

    Months

    Company A Company B

    Which statement best describes the difference in the two companies profits?

    F The two companies profits grew at the same rate since the slopes of the lines are the same.

    G The two companies profits grew at the same rate since the y-intercepts of the lines are the same.

    H Company As profits grew faster than company Bs since the slope of its line is greater.

    J Company Bs profits grew faster than company As since the slope of its line is greater.

    Use the information and the graph to answer questions 35.

    A carpenter charges a flat fee of $40 plus an hourly rate to make a house call. The graph shows the total cost for a job based on the flat fee and the number of hours to complete the job.

    21

    (1, 65)

    40

    (2, 90)

    Number of Hours

    Co

    st (

    $)

    3. If the carpenter changed his flat fee to $50, but kept his hourly rate the same, what would be the total charge for a job that took 2 hours?

    A $75 C $100

    B $90 D $140

    4. If the carpenter left his flat fee at $40, but changed his hourly rate to $30, what would be the total charge for a job that took 2 hours?

    F $70

    G $90

    H $100

    J $130

    5. If the carpenter changed his flat fee to $50 and changed his hourly rate to $30, what would be the total charge for a job that took 2 hours?

    A $80 C $110

    B $90 D $130

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    Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 23 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    1. A used cars value decreases according to the age of the car. The table shows the value of the car depending on its age.

    Age (yr) Value ($)

    0 18,000

    1 15,000

    3 9,000

    If the value of the car continues to decrease at the rate shown in the table, what will be the value of the car when it is 5 years old?

    A $1,500 C $4,500

    B $3,000 D $6,000

    2. The force that must be applied to lift an object using a certain pulley system varies directly with the weight of the object. If a force of 0.75 pound is required to lift an object that weighs 30 pounds, how much force is required to lift an object that weighs 100 pounds?

    F 25 lb

    G 2.5 lb

    H 0.25 lb

    J 0.225 lb

    3. Based on the given exchange rate for Mexican pesos on a certain day at the airport, Ms. Crawly purchased a 600-peso bottle of perfume for 50 US dollars. At this same rate, what would a 900-peso bottle of perfume cost in US dollars?

    A $33 C $75

    B $60 D $750

    4. The U.S. bobsled team is practicing for the Winter Olympics. The coach recorded the following data during practice.

    Time (s) Distance (m)

    3.50 60

    7.00 120

    8.75 150

    If the bobsled team continues to sled at the rate shown in the table, what is the approximate distance it will sled in 30 seconds?

    F 400 m

    G 450 m

    H 514 m

    J 600 m

    5. The time it takes to hear thunder varies directly with a persons distance from the lightning that precedes the thunder. The table shows the number of seconds between seeing lightning and hearing thunder for several times and distances.

    Time (s) Distance (mi)

    10 2

    8 1.6

    5 1

    Based on the data in the table, how far is a person from lightning if it takes 7 seconds for him or her to hear the thunder?

    A 1.2 mi

    B 1.4 mi

    C 14 mi

    D 35 mi

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  • 1. Mary Beth is exercising using a specific program in which the number of hours she runs each week, r, is 2 more than the number of hours she does aerobics, a. Which equation represents the relationship between the number of hours she runs each week and the number of hours she does aerobics?

    A r a 2 B r a 2

    C a r 2 D r 2a

    2. Jared has allotted a maximum of 60 minutes each day to work on exam practice sets. Each math question takes Jared approximately 3 minutes to complete. Each verbal question takes Jared approximately 2 minutes to complete. If m is the total number of math questions per set, and v is the total number of verbal questions per set, which of these best represents the time Jared can spend practicing a combination of math and verbal questions?

    F m v 60

    G 5(m v) 60

    H 2m 3v 60

    J 3m 2v 60

    3. A toy rocket is launched from a platform that is 20 feet high. If the rocket rises at a constant rate of 15 feet per second for the first minute, which equation could be used to determine t, the time in seconds it will take the toy rocket to reach a height of 100 feet?

    A 100 20 15t

    B 100 15(t 20)

    C 100 20t 15

    D 100 (20 15)t

    4. Ms. Verde throws handfuls of bread crumbs to the ducks each day. The table shows the number of ducks that Ms. Verde saw compared to the number of handfuls of bread crumbs she threw.

    Number of Ducks

    Handfuls of Bread Crumbs

    1 1

    2 3

    3 5

    4 7

    Which equation best describes the relationship between h, the number of handfuls of bread crumbs thrown, and d, the number of ducks seen?

    F h d H h 2d 1

    G h d 1 J h d 1 _____ 2

    1

    5. The decoration committee for the spring dance has $250 to spend on streamers, flowers, and balloons. The table shows the price of each item.

    Item Price

    Streamers $2 per roll

    Flowers $18 per vase

    Balloons $3 per bag

    Which inequality best describes the total numbers of rolls of streamers, s, vases of flowers, f, and bags of balloons, b, that can be purchased for $250 or less?

    A s f b 250

    B sfb 250

    C 2s 18f 3b 250

    D 23(s f b) 250

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    1. A student is solving the equation 7 x 4x x. Which of the following strategies would be the best way to start this problem?

    A Divide both sides of the equation by 7.

    B Divide both sides of the equation by 4.

    C Subtract x from both sides of the equation.

    D Add 7 to both sides of the equation.

    2. What is the value of y if (5, y ) is a solution to the equation 4x 3y 10?

    F 27

    G 10

    H 10 ___ 3

    J 10

    3. Each of the points on the line is a solution to the equation x 2y 2.

    (2, y)(0, 1)

    (4, 1)

    y

    x

    What is the missing value of y ?

    A 1

    B 1.5

    C 2

    D 2.5

    4. The table shows several solutions to the equation 3x 5y 15.

    x y

    0 3

    5 0

    x 3

    What is the missing value of x?

    F 0

    G 1

    H 10

    J 27

    5. What is the the unknown number in the statement the product of 5 and a number, decreased by 10, is 40?

    A 6

    B 10

    C 18

    D 45

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  • 1. The cost of renting a carpet cleaner at a certain store is described by the function f (x ) 15x 20 in which f (x ) is the cost and x is the time in days. If Mr. Hawthorne has $100 to spend, what is the maximum number of days that he can rent a carpet cleaner if tax is not considered?

    A 4

    B 5

    C 6

    D 7

    2. The fund-raising committee at a local high school is trying to raise money for new band uniforms by holding a car wash each weekend in April and May. They decide to charge $15 per wash. If the committee wants to raise at least $2,500, what is the minimum number of cars it must wash?

    F 100 cars

    G 157 cars

    H 167 cars

    J 200 cars

    3. Mark purchased x baseball cards at $3 each and y packs of gum at $1.50 each. He spent less than $20, not including tax. The number of items he purchased can be described by the linear inequality 3x 1.5y < 20. If Mark purchased 4 baseball cards, what is the maximum number of packs of gums he could have purchased?

    A 3

    B 4

    C 5

    D 6

    4. The graph of the linear inequality 4x 3y 12 is shown below.

    12

    8

    4

    4

    8

    12

    4812 4 8 12

    y

    x

    Which point is in the solution set to the inequality 4x 3y 12?

    F (3, 1)

    G (2, 3)

    H (0, 5)

    J (1, 2)

    5. The graph of the linear equation

    y 2 __ 3 x 5 is shown below.

    12

    8

    4

    4

    8

    12

    4812 4 8 12

    y

    x

    Which point is not in the solution set of

    y 2 __ 3 x 5?

    A (1, 5) C (4, 2)

    B (3, 2) D (9, 2)

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    Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 27 Holt Mathematics Grade 9All rights reserved.

    1. Kris has a total of 42 DVDs in two categories. The number of her action DVDs is 12 more than the number of her comedy DVDs. Which system of equations can be used to find the number of action DVDs, a, and the number of comedy DVDs, c, Kris has?

    A a c 12 C a c 12a c 42 a c 42

    B a 12 c D a c 12a c 42 a c 42

    2. Mr. Smith picked up sandwiches and drinks for his crew at a sandwich shop. All together, he bought 24 items. He bought twice as many sandwiches as drinks. Which system of equations can be used to find the number of sandwiches, s, and the number of drinks, d, he bought?

    F s d 24 H s d 24d 2s s 2d

    G s 24 d J s d 24

    s 2d s d __ 2

    3. The length of a rectangle is 4 times the width. Which system of equations can be used to find the dimensions of the rectangle if the perimeter is 120 inches?

    A 2 + 2w = 120 = 4w

    B 2( + 2w ) = 120w = 4

    C + w = 120 = 4w

    D 2w = 120 2

    = 4 __ w

    4. The diagram below shows two complementary angles. The measure of the larger angle, y, is 10 more than twice the measure of the smaller angle, x. Which system of equations can be used to find the measure of each angle?

    yx

    F x y 90 H x y 90y 2x 10 y 10 2x

    G x y 90 J x 90 yy 10 2x x 2y 10

    5. The table shows the number of hotdogs and drinks a hotdog stand sold on two consecutive days, along with the total sales for the day.

    Day 1 Day 2

    Hotdogs 24 20

    Drinks 10 12

    Total Sales $43.50 $39.00

    If the price of a hotdog is represented by h and the price of a drink is represented by d, which system of equations can be used to determine h and d ?

    A h d 3424h 10d 43.50

    B h d 3220h 12d 39.00

    C h d 34h d 82.50

    D 24h 10d 43.5020h 12d 39.00

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