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Algebra II 2010–2011 Semester 1 Exam — Released
1. To which sets of numbers does –5 belong?
4. What is the value of x when
(A) real numbers, whole numbers

(B) real numbers, rational numbers,
integers, whole numbers
16
3 7
x  ?
5
2 10
(C) real numbers, rational numbers,
integers
(A) 
5
16
(D) real numbers, irrational numbers
(B) 
1
4
2. Evaluate 5  2a  3b  when a 
b  2 .
1
and
2
(C)
1
4
(D) 4
(A) 35
5. Solve the formula for r, where V, r,
and h are positive real numbers.
(B) 1
(C) 25
V   r 2h
(D) 29
(A) r 
3. Which is a simplified form of the
expression 2  x  5  3  x  4 ?
V
h
(B) r  V  h
(A)  x  2
(C) r 
(B) x 1
(C)  x  17
V
h
(D) r  V   h
(D) x  22
6. Solve for y:
2 x  y  5x  3 y  4  x 1
7
(A) y   x  2
2
1
1
(B) y   x 
2
2
1
(C) y   x  2
2
(D) y 
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7. What is the solution set of 2 x  12  8 ?
(A)
2, 10
(B)
2
(C)
2
(D)
2, 2
10. Which graph is NOT a function?
(A)
8. Which expresses all of the solutions for the
compound inequality?
7  3x  2  13
(B)
(A) x  3 or x  5
(B) 3  x  5
(C) x  3 and x  5
(D) no solution
9. A television repairman charges a \$55
service charge for each visit and \$40 per
hour for labor. Let C represent the total
cost of the repairman’s visit and h
represent the number of hours in the visit.
(C)
Which is a model for the total cost of the
repairman’s visit?
(A) C  55h  40
(B) C  55h  40
(C) C  40h  55
(D)
(D) C  40h  55
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11. What is the domain of the relation?
14. Use the graph.
 5, 3 ,  2, 1 , 6, 4
(A)
5, 2, 6
(B)
6,  2, 5
(C)
4, 3, 1
(D)
1, 3, 4
12. Which is the equation of a line that passes
through the points 1, 1 and  3,  5 ?
(A) y  2 x  1
What is the slope of the line?
(B) y  2 x  1
(C) y  2 x  3
1
1
(D) y   x 
2
2
13. Which equation represents the relation?
x −3
y −14
−1
−8
1
−2
3
4
5
10
(A) y  3x  2
(B) y 
1
7
x
3
3
(C) y 
7
x 3
3
(A) 
5
3
(B) 
3
5
(C)
3
5
(D)
5
3
15. At 1:00 p.m. an airplane is at an altitude of
30,000 ft. At 3:00 p.m. the airplane is at
an altitude of 18,000 ft. What is the
average rate of change of the altitude of the
airplane?
(A) 24, 000 ft per hour
(D) y  3 x  5
(B) 6, 000 ft per hour
(C) 4, 000 ft per hour
(D) 6,000 ft per hour
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16. Classify the relationship between the lines
1
y  x  5 and 4 x  y  3 .
4
17. Which graph represents the equation
y   x  2  3?
(A) The lines are parallel.
(A)
(B) The lines are perpendicular.
(C) The lines coincide.
(D) None of these
(B)
(C)
(D)
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18. The cost c of placing an advertisement in
the newspaper varies directly with the
number of lines n. The cost of an
advertisement with 12 lines was \$84. How
that costs \$56?
19. Which graph represents the piecewise
function?
3x  1, x  1
f  x  
 x  2, x  1
(A)
(A) 7
(B) 8
(C) 9
(D) 10
(B)
(C)
(D)
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20. The equations of two lines are given.
23. Which graph shows the solution to the
system of inequalities?
1

y  x  4
3

 y  2 x  5
y  x2
4 x  3 y  13
What is the x-coordinate of the point of
intersection of the two lines?
(A)
(A) x = −5
(B) x = −7
(C) x = −11
(D) x = −15
21. What is the y-coordinate of the solution of
the system of equations?
(B)
 x  y  8

2 x  5 y  31
(A) y = −5
(B) y = −3
(C) y = 3
(D) y = 5
(C)
22. What is the z-coordinate of the solution of
the system of equations?
 x  2 y  5 z  1

2 x  y  z  2
3x  4 y  4 z  14

(A) z = –2
(B) z = –1
(D)
(C) z = 1
(D) z = 2
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24. An artist opens a business of selling handpainted greeting cards. Her start-up cost is
\$40 for paint and brushes. She buys plain
cards for \$3 per box, and will sell the
painted cards for \$5 per box. How many
boxes must the artist sell for her income to
equal her expenses?
25. A carpenter produces c chairs and t tables
under the following constraints:
2c  3t  30 c  0
c  t  12 t  0
The constraints are illustrated in the graph.
(A) 5 boxes
(B) 8 boxes
(C) 10 boxes
(D) 20 boxes
The objective function maximizing the
carpenter’s profit is P  40c  30t . How
many tables and chairs should the
carpenter make to maximize profit?
(A) 12 chairs, 0 tables
(B) 0 chairs, 10 tables
(C) 4 chairs, 10 tables
(D) 6 chairs, 6 tables
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26. The tables show the deposit amounts d and
withdrawal amounts w of a bank
customer’s checking and savings accounts.
Checking Account
Week
d
w
1
450 200
2
350 350
3
475 325
4
500 475
27. Determine the values of x and y that make
the equation true.
 11 4  6 7   x 3


3 y
8  6 9  12 17 

Savings Account
Week
d
w
1
1000 500
2
1200 1100
3
1500 1200
4
1000 1000
(A) x = 11, y = –4
(B) x = –5, y = 2
(C) x = 5, y = –6
Which could be used to find the total
weekly deposits and withdrawals for the
two accounts?
 450
350
(A) 
 475

500
1000   200 500 
1200  350 1100 

1500   325 1200 
 

1000   475 1000 
 450
350
(B) 
 475

500
200  1000 500 
350  1200 1100 

325  1500 1200 
 

475 1000 1000 
(D) x = 17, y = –2
28. What is the product AB?
 1 0
 1 3
A
, B


 2 4
 2 1
 1 3 
(A) 

 6 2 
 7 12 
(B) 

 4 4 
 0 3
(C) 

 4 5 
1450   700 
1550  1450 


(C) 
1975 1525

 

1500  1475
 1 0
(D) 

 4 4
650  1500 
700   2300 


(D) 
800   2700 

 

975   2000 
 3 4 
29. What is the determinant of 
?
 2 5 
(A) −23
(B) −22
(C) −7
(D) −4
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30. A linear system is written as a matrix
equation:
31. What graph represents
2
f  x     x  2  1 ?
 4 11  x   6
 1 3  y    1

   
(A)
Solve the matrix equation for x.
(A) x  9
(B) x  2
(C) x  7
(D) x  35
(B)
(C)
(D)
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32. What are the solutions of the quadratic
equation x 2  10 x  24 ?
35. What is the solution set of the equation
2 x 2  7  25 ?
(A) x  4, x  6
(A)
4, 4
(B) x  6, x  4
(B)
3, 3
(C)
3
(D)
4
(C) x  2, x  12
(D) x  12, x  2
33. What is the solution set of the quadratic
equation x 2  6 x  4  0 ?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
6 
3 
6 
3 
36. Using the discriminant, how many real and
imaginary solutions are there for the
equation 2 x 2  3x  7  0 ?

5, 3  5
13, 6  13
13, 3  13
5,  6  5
(A) 2 real solutions, no imaginary
solutions
(B) no real solutions, 2 imaginary
solutions
(C) 1 real solution, 1 imaginary solution
(D) no real solutions, 1 imaginary
solution
34. What value of c makes the left side of the
equation a perfect square trinomial?
37. What is the solution set of
x 2  4 x  20  0 ?
x2  6x  c  0
(A)
4  8i, 4  8i
(C) −3
(B)
4  4i, 4  4i
(D) −9
(C)
2  4i, 2  4i
(D)
2  4i, 2  4i
(A) 36
(B) 9
38. What is the product 1  3i  2  3i  ?
(A) 7  3i
(B) 11  3i
(C) 3
(D) 11
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39. What graph represents the quadratic
inequality?
40. Use the formula below, where h is the
height (in feet) of a falling object after t
seconds and h0 is the object’s initial height
(in feet).
y  x2  2 x  3
h  16t 2  h0
(A)
A rock falls from the edge of a cliff 256
feet above the ground. How much time
does it take for the rock to reach the
ground? (Note: h  0 when the rock
reaches the ground.)
(A)
1
second
4
(B) 3 seconds
(B)
(C) 4 seconds
(D) 5 seconds
(C)
(D)
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42. What graph represents the polynomial
function y   x 4  3x3  3x  2 ?
41. What graph represents the polynomial
function f  x    x  3 x  1 x  4 ?
(A)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(C)
(C)
(D)
(D)
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43. Which polynomial represents the product
 x3  3 x2  4  ?
46. What is the set of all real zeros of the
polynomial function
f  x   x3  2 x 2  4 x  8 ?
(A) x5  4 x3  3x 2  12
(B) x 5  12
(A)
4, 2
(C) x 6  4 x 4  3x3  12
(B)
2, 2
(D) x 6  7
(C)
2
(D)
2, 4, 8
44. What is the solution set of the equation
x 4  3x 2  4  0 ?
(A)
2, 2
(B)
2i, 2i
(C)
i, i, 2, 2
(D)
2, 1, 1, 2
47. According to the Fundamental Theorem of
Algebra, how many zeros does the
function have?
f  x   3x4  2x3  x  5
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
45. What are the zeros of the polynomial
function represented by this graph?
(D) 5
48. What is  x3  x 2  4 x  4  divided by
 x  2 ?
(A) x 2  x  1
(B) x 2  x  8
(C) x 2  3 x  2
(D) x 2  x  2
(A)
3, 1, 2, 6
(B)
3, 1, 2
(C)
2, 1, 3, 6
(D)
2, 1, 3
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49. Which describes the end behavior of the
graph of f  x    x4  3x2  15 as
x   ?
(A) f  x   
(B) f  x   
(C) f  x   15
(D) f  x   1
50. What function represents the graph?
(A) f  x    x3  2x2  3x  4
(B) f  x    x4  5x3  2 x2  5x  4
(C) f  x   x3  5x2  3x  4
(D) f  x   x4  5x3  4x2  5x  4
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