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Make a table using the following sets of numbers. x = 2, 5, 8 and y= 40, 100. 160. Is this a linear relationship? |
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a) Linear Relationship | b) Non-Linear Relationship | c) | d) | |

Make a table using the following sets of numbers. x = 4, 8, 12 and y= 30, 100. 140. Is this a linear relationship? |
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a) Linear Relationship | b) Non-Linear Relationship | c) | d) | |

Which equation represents a non-proportional relationship? |
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a) y=-3x | b) y=2x | c) y=(1/5)x | d) y=2x+7 | |

Angel runs 5 miles and increases her distance by two miles each week. Christy runs 3 miles and increases her distance by 4 miles each week. In how many weeks will Angel and Christy be running the same distance? |
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a) Week 3 | b) Week 2 | c) Week 1 | d) Week 4 | |

Find the value of x given two supplementary angles. Angle A is 3x degrees and Angle B is (2x+50) degrees. |
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a) x = 13 | b) x = 30 | c) x = 26 | d) x = 16 | |

This set of numbers is a function.(3,12) (6,12) (9,8) (12,4) |
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a) True | b) False | c) | d) | |

A line passes through the points (-1,-7) and (1,-1). What is the slope of this line? |
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a) (4/1)x | b) (1/3)x | c) (3/1)x | d) (1/4)x | |

You rent a uhaul truck for an initial fee of $50 and a charge of $0.10 per mile. How much would you have to pay if you drove 246 miles to San Antonio and split the total cost with one friend? |
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a) $45.68 | b) $50.70 | c) $74.60 | d) $69.00 | |

Find the value of x given two supplementary angles. Angle A is 2x degrees and Angle B is (3x-5) degrees. |
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a) x = 18 | b) x = 19 | c) x = 25 | d) x = 37 | |

A graph contains a series of dots that are scattered all over the place. If you trace these dots they do NOT create a straight line. In fact there is no pattern at all. Which best describes the set of data described above? |
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a) Linear relationship with positive slope | b) Linear relationship with negative slope | c) Linear relationship with no slope | d) Non-Linear relationship | |

The cost for a hotel room in San Antonio area can be found by using the equation y=120x. What will be the cost for 2 night and 5 nights? |
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a) 2 night= $240 5 nights=$600 | b) 2 night= $250 5 nights=$600 | c) 2 night= $240 5 nights=$650 | d) 2 night= $120 5 nights=$600 | |

A graph contains a series of dots that increase at a constant rate of change. If you trace these dots they create a straight line. Which best describes the set of data described above? |
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a) Linear relationship with positive slope | b) Linear relationship with negative slope | c) Linear relationship with no slope | d) Non-Linear relationship | |

The cost for a hotel room in San Antonio area can be found by using the equation y=10x + 35. What will be the cost for 1 night and 4 nights? |
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a) 1 night= $35 4 nights=$75 | b) 1 night= $45 4 nights=$75 | c) 1 night= $45 4 nights=$70 | d) 1 night= $40 4 nights=$60 | |

Eric runs 9 miles and increases his distance by 3 miles each week. Daisy runs 7 miles and increases his distance by 4 miles each week. In how many weeks will Jeremy and Tony be running the same distance? |
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a) Week 1 | b) Week 2 | c) Week 3 | d) Week 4 | |

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