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									TAKS Grade g Mathematics
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     Ida has a budgetof$25 to spendon flowers.         / Z \ ewaitress at a local restaurant earns $3.25
     A packageofflowers costs$1.99,and a               \J    p"r hour plus tips. In two weeks she earned a
     hanging basketof flowers costs$5.10.Both                   total of $720,including $531.50 tips. How
                                                                                               in
     pricesinclude tax. Which inequality can be                 many hours did the waitress work during this
     usedto determinep, the number of packages                  2-weekperiod?
     offlowers she can buy ifshe alsobuys a
     hanging basketof flowers?                                  A     58h
                                                                B     82h
     A   1.99p 5.t0 <25
             -
                                                                c        94h
     B   5.10+ !.99p<25
                                                                D        111h
     C   (1.99 S.t})p <25
              +
     D             <25
         5.10- 1.99p




 If (x, -3.2) is a solution to the equation                                                        spend on
                                                                                  budget of $58 to
                                                                    Brandon has a
 4x = 5y - 17, what is the value ofr?
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                                                                                be
 G   0.25                                                           inequality could T.;t;;*rr"don      can buv
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 H   -5.96                                                          *u*itnrt* number
                                                                     tffi;;il" buYsthe Pair of Pants?
 J   -8.25
                                                                     F    21s+9<58
                                                                     G     9s+21(58
                                                                     H     30s< 58
                                                                      J    9s-21358

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Harris has $20.92 to spend on video-game
rentals at a local video store. The store
charges $3.0S per video-game rental plus an
8.L25Vo tax. What is the maximum number of
video games that Harris can rent?

A5
B4
c6
D3
                                                      C
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      Joan went to a department store to buy a                  If (-7,y) is a solution the equation
                                                                                       to
      sweater that was on sale for 25Vo the
                                          off                   2* - 7y - 42 = 0, what is the value ofy?
      original price, p. Which equation can be used
      to determine s, the sale price of the sweater,            A -4
      not including tax?
                                                                B -8
      A    s=p +0.78p                                           c   -3 . 5
      B    s=p+0.28p                                            D -6 . 7
      C    s=p_0.7bp
      D    s=p_0.25p




     florist plans to sell bouquetsfor $25 each.
     e wants to use only rosesand carnationsin
      h bouquet and needs to charge the
     lowing amount for each type of flower.

                 91.50per rose

                $1.25per carnation

 Which of these combinationsof rosesand
 carnationswill result in bouquetsthat the
 florist can sell for exactly $2b each?

          T
                18 roses and 2 carnations

          il.   6 roses and 10 carnations

          III. 10 roses and 8 carnations

          ry.   5 roses and 14 carnations


F     I and II only
tl    II and III only
H     III and fV only
J     I and fV only




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I      The sum of 2 integers is 60. The first integer, r, is 6 more than half the second integeq y. Which system
       of linear equations best represents the given information?                                                  .


      A    x+y-60

                L^
          t=    rx'+o


      B   x + y - 60

                I^
          tc=
                r l_ o


      C    tc+Y=60

                1
          y=|x_6


      D   tr+Y=60

             1^
          x=V!+o




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The perimeter of a rectangular volleyball court is 180 feet. The court's width, r.u, half its length, l.
                                                                                   is
Which system of linear equations could be used to determine the dimensions,in feet, of the volleyball
court?                                                                                          t


A   /+rr=180

    *=*t


B   2l +2w =180

           1
           -t.
           2-

C   l+w=780

    ,1
    t=t*


D   2l+2w:180

    t = **




                                                                                   5 feet less than 4 times
    The perimeter of a rectangular wooden deck is 90 feet. The deck'slength, l, is
    its width, u. Which systerirof linear equations can be used to determine the dimensions,in feet, of the
    woodendeck?

    F   2l +2w=90
        l=5-4w
    G   2l+2w=90
        l=5w -4
    H   2l+2w=90
        l=4-5w
    J   2l +2w=90
        l=4w -5




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