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TAKS Warm Ups

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									       3 for E
Three daily TAKS Problems
  for Exemplary Ratings

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         Grade 11
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Semester 1      Semester 2
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          Semester 1
 Week 1      Week 7    Week 13
 Week 2      Week 8    Week 14

 Week 3      Week 9    Week 15

 Week 4      Week 10   Week 16

 Week 5      Week 11   Week 17

 Week 6     Week 12    Week 18
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       Week 1
        Monday
        Tuesday
       Wednesday
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          Monday 1
A city water employee is making a
  table showing the relationship
     between the average daily
 temperature and the city’s water
                usage.
     Identify the dependent and
   independent quantities in this
             relationship.
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         Monday 2
Connie observed and recorded the
data shown in the table. Write an
 equation to represent the data.

             X    Y
             0     2
             1     4
             2    10
             3    20
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             Monday 3
Susan wants to calculate the profit that
she is earning by making earrings and
selling them at her school. She sells each
pair for $5.85 and it costs her $2.15 in
supplies to make each pair. Write an
equation to represent p, the profit, in terms
of e, the number of earrings she makes
and sells?

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             Tuesday 1
A mechanist has 50 thingamajiggies
made of steel or iron worth $1265. The
value of a steel thingamajiggy is $25 and
the value of an iron thingamajiggy is $30.
Write a system of equations that can be
used to find s, the number of steel
thingamajiggies and i, the number of iron
thingamajiggies.

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         Tuesday 2
What is the slope of the line?




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           Tuesday 3
What are the coordinates of the x intercept?




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          Wednesday 1
The graph shows triangle ABC and segment
XY. At what coordinate should point Z be
located so that triangle ABC and triangle
XYZ are congruent?




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          Wednesday 2
How does the graph of y  x  3
                              2


compare to the graph of y  .5 x  3 ?
                                2




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           Wednesday 3
The graph of y = .5x² - 3 is shown. What is the
equation of the function if it is translated up 5
units?




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             Thursday 1
Which net represents the 3-dimension figure
shown?

A.           B.




C.            D.



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              Thursday 2
Marcus’s band build a hexogonal stage
on which to perform. What the
approximate area of the stage?
      1
Area  (apothem)( perimeter )
      2                         12 ft


                                        10.39 ft




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             Thursday 3
If AB = 5 inches and AC = 13 inches, what is
the area of triangle ABC?

                    A




                                                   C
                    B



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               Friday 1
The volleyball team won 6 of their last 8
games. If they play 32 games in the whole
season, how many can they be expected to
win?




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             Friday 2
Felix earns $5 per hour babysitting and
$9 per hour mowing lawns. He works
40 hours in one week at both jobs and
wants to put 10% of his earnings in
savings? What additional information is
needed to determine how much Felix
will put in savings?



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                 Friday 3
According to the information in the diagram,
which of the following statements must be true?
A. m2 + m6 + m10 = 180º
B. m1 + m6 + m11 = 180º
C. m2 + m4 = 180º
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D. m4 + m7 + m10 = 180º            5       7
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                      1       4                     12 11

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                        Day           Obj TEKS     Answer
                        Monday 1      1    Ab1A    independent- average daily temp. dependent –
                                                   city’s water usage
                        Monday 2      1    Ab1B    y = 2x² + 2

                        Monday 3      1    Ab1C    P = e(5.85 - 2.15)
                        Tuesday 1     4    Ac4A    s + i = 50, 25s + 30i = 1265
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                        Tuesday 2     3    Ac2A    -1/2
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                        Tuesday 3     3    Ac2E    (-6, 0)
                        Wednesday 1   6    Ge3A    (0, -4)
                        Wednesday 2   5    Ad1B    y = .5x + 3 is wider
                        Wednesday 3   5    Ad1C    y = .5x² + 2
                        Thursday 1    7    Gd1B    A
                        Thursday 2    8    Ge1A    374.04 ft²
                        Thursday 3    8    Gf1C    30 in²
                        Friday 1      9    8.11B   24
                        Friday 2      10   8.14A   the number of hours he works at each job
                        Friday 3      10   8.16B   B
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