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Mathematics Level 1

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The stem-and-leaf plot above gives the height, in inches, of evergreens in a nursery. What percent

of the evergreens are over inches tall?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Easy

The heights of evergreen trees are represented in the stem-and-leaf plot. There is tree that is

inches tall, trees that are inches tall, and so on. There are trees over inches tall -

they range from inches tall to inches tall. Six of the trees is .

A band wants to distribute its music on compact discs (CDs). The equipment to produce the CDs

costs , and blank CDs cost for a package of . Which of the following represents

the total cost, in dollars, to produce CDs, where is a multiple of ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Easy

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The cost of the equipment is , and each package of blank CDs costs . The total

cost for the band to produce CDs, that is, package, is dollars, and

the total cost to produce CDs, that is, packages, is

dollars.

One way to determine the correct expression is to find the slope-intercept form of the equation of

the line that passes through the two points given by the ordered pairs and

. The line has slope and -intercept , which is the

cost, in dollars, for the band to produce CDs after purchasing the equipment. The equation of

this line is , where is the number of CDs used.

dollars, and the cost to produce CDs is dollars, so, in

general, if is a multiple of , then the total cost to produce CDs is

dollars.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Easy

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One way to determine in terms of and is to find the measure of each of the angles of

in terms of , and and then apply the triangle sum theorem. Since is

supplementary to and the measure of is given to be , the measure of is

. Since line is a transversal to the parallel lines and , the alternate

interior angles and are of equal measure. Thus the measure of is , which

is also the measure of . The measure of is given to be . Therefore, the sum of the

angle measures of , in degrees, is . The triangle sum theorem applied

to gives the equation , which can be solved for to arrive at

.

Alternatively, one can apply the interior angle sum theorem to pentagon . Since line

is a transversal to the parallel lines and , it follows that and are

supplementary; that is, the sum of the measures of these two angles is The measure of

, interior to polygon , is . The measure of is given to be ,

and the measure of is given to be . Therefore, the sum of the measures of the interior

angles of pentagon is . The interior angle sum theorem

applied to pentagon gives the equation , which can be

solved for to arrive at .

A number is increased by . If the cube root of that result equals , what is the value of ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Easy

One way to determine the value of is to create and solve an algebraic equation. The phrase a

number is increased by is represented by the expression , and the cube root of that

result is equal to , so . Solving for gives ,

and so .

Alternatively, one can invert the operations that were done to . Apply the inverse of each

operation, in the reverse order: First cube to get , and then decrease this value by

to find that .

Tickets for a show cost or . If tickets were sold for a total of , how many tickets

were sold for ?

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(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

One way to solve this problem is to set up an equation using one variable. Let represent the

number of tickets sold; then represents the number of tickets sold.

Simultaneous equations can also be set up to solve the problem. Let represent the number of

tickets sold and represent the number of tickets sold.

Another way to solve this problem is to realize that each of the tickets costs at least . At each,

a total of would be collected from selling all of the tickets. Since the remaining

was the extra collected from each of the tickets, of the tickets were sold. This

implies that of the tickets were sold.

The sum of the two roots of a quadratic equation is and their product is . Which of the

following could be the equation?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

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One way to do this problem is to think about the properties of roots. Suppose the two roots of a

quadratic equation are and . Then the quadratic equation can be written in factored form as

. The sum of the roots is , and the product is .

the product is . Therefore, and . The equation could be

, which is choice B. Note that the roots of this equation are and . Their sum

is and their product is .

If you know these properties of roots, you do not need to factor all of the equations to find the one

that fits the given conditions.

The figure above shows a square region divided into four rectangular regions, three of which have

areas , , and , respectively. If the area of is , what is the area of square

?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

rectangle with area must be a square with sides of length . The rectangles with area must

have sides of length and . Thus, the area of is equal to .

is a square with sides of length . The rectangles with area must have sides of length

and . Since the area of is :

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contains the point with coordinates and is perpendicular to line . What is the

of the point where lines and intersect?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

Since line is perpendicular to line , the slope of is equal to (the negative reciprocal of

the slope of ). Since line contains the point with coordinates , the equation of line

can be found by substitution.

To find the of the point where the two lines intersect, solve the equation

. The lines intersect at the point where .

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It is also possible to graph the two linear equations to determine where they intersect. Using a

graphing calculator, let and . You can find the point of intersection

graphically in the standard viewing window, or you can examine a table of values to find the

where .

If rectangle in the figure above is rotated about side , it generates a cylinder of volume

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

If is rotated about side , the height of the cylinder formed is and the radius is .

Thus, the volume of the cylinder is . The correct answer is D.

A pole meters tall is perpendicular to level ground. A taut wire that is meters long extends

from the top of the pole to the ground. What is the angle of elevation, to the nearest degree, from

the bottom of the wire to the top of the pole?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

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Let represent the angle of elevation (the angle between the line of sight and the horizontal).

You can find by setting up the equation . To find you need to find .

(For the Level 1 Test, make sure your calculator is in degree mode.) To the nearest degree, the angle

of elevation is .

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

The tangent of an acute angle in a right triangle is defined as the ratio of the length of the side

opposite the angle to the length of the side adjacent to the angle. You can find the length of the

adjacent side by using the Pythagorean theorem. Using the given information, let the length of

be and the length of be . Then, or .

Thus and .

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Ralph was on his way from home to work when he remembered that he left his briefcase at home.

He drove home and then drove back to work. Which of the following graphs could represent his

distance from home as a function of time?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

It is important to keep in mind that the -values of the graph are showing Ralph's distance from

home. When Ralph starts out in the morning his distance from home is zero. This distance from

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home increases until he turns around to go back home for his briefcase. The distance decreases as

he travels back home. When he gets back home, his distance from home is again zero for a short

time while he gets the briefcase. The distance from home then increases again.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

Since is a perfect square, the minimum value of the function is 0, which occurs when

. The maximum value of occurs when ; . Thus, the range is

. You can also graph the function and see what values the function takes on for the

given domain. The graph is a parabola that opens up and has a vertex at . The correct

answer is (B).

What is the least positive integer that has the same number of positive factors as ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

. The numbers with positive factors are of the form or . The least number of

the first form is . The least number of the second form is . Thus, the answer is

, which has the positive factors , , , , , and .

You could also test each of the choices, but that may take additional time.

(A)

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(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

To determine the value of apply the fact that two complex numbers are equal if and only if the

real and pure imaginary parts are equal. Since , this gives the two equations

and , that is, and . Therefore, , and .

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D) or

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

One way to determine all values of for which is first to rewrite the inequality in

an equivalent form that compares a factored expression to and then reason about the arithmetic

sign of the product of the factors. The inequality is equivalent to

, which in turn is equivalent to . Since factors

as , the original inequality is equivalent to

or . To solve , notice that this

inequality is satisfied by a value of precisely when either , or the product of the

factors and is negative; this last condition is true for , as shown in the

table below:

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Therefore, all values of for which are described by the extended inequality

.

Alternatively, one can use a graphing calculator. Graph the two equations and

.

The values of for which are the same as the values of for which the parabolic

graph of lies above or intersects the line . Therefore, all values of for

which are described by the extended inequality .

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

One way to determine which equation must be true is to apply the laws of logarithms to the given

equation. It is given that , so must be true. One of the laws of logarithms

states that must be true. Therefore, must be true.

Alternatively, one can recall the definition of logarithms. The logarithm of to the base

,represented by the symbol , is the exponent to which the base must be raised to obtain

. In other words, means precisely that .

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If and , which of the following statements are true about the graphs of

and in the ?

(A) I only

(B) II only

(C) III only

(D) I and III

(E) II and III

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

Statement I is false: The function has the real line as its domain. The function has as its

domain all values of except , because the value of the expression is undefined when

is substituted for . This means that the graph of contains a point with -coordinate equal to

,but the graph of contains no such point.

Statement II is true: For any not equal to , the expressions and give the same

graphs of and contain the same point with that .

Statement III is true: Since statement II is true, for every number not equal to , the point

is on both the graph of and the graph of . Since there are infinitely many numbers

not equal to , the graphs have an infinite number of points in common.

Twenty students have each sampled one or more of three kinds of candy bars that a school store

sells. If students have sampled all three kinds, and have sampled exactly two kinds, how many

of these students have sampled only one kind?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

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Difficulty: Medium

It is given that students have sampled all three kinds of candy bars and that students have

sampled exactly two kinds, so a total of students have sampled more than one kind of

candy bar. Since students have sampled one or more of the three kinds of candy bars, the

number of students that have sampled only one kind is .

In the figure above, has a right angle at If the length of side is and the

measure of is , what is the length of side ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

To determine the length of side , apply the definition of the tangent of an angle in a right

triangle: the tangent of is equal to the length of the side opposite angle divided by the length

of the side adjacent to angle . Thus in this case, , which gives

. Use a calculator, set to degree mode, to compute that .

(A) None

(B) One

(C) Two

(D) Three

(E) Four

Explanation

Difficulty: Medium

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To determine how many real numbers satisfy is to determine how many solutions the

equation has, which in turn is to determine how many solutions the

equation has. It is not difficult to see, using the Rational Roots Theorem,

that has no factor of the form for any whole or rational number value

of , but there are real number values of such that is a factor. This problem must be

solved using a non-algebraic method.

One way to determine how many numbers satisfy is to examine the graph of the

function . Use a graphing calculator to graph

for on a suitably large interval to see all intersections of the graph with the line , and then

count the number of points of intersection.

There are at least four such points: A first point with -coordinate between and , a second

point with -coordinate between and , a third point with -coordinate between and

and a fourth point with -coordinate between and . The fact that is a

polynomial of degree means that there can be at most four such points. Therefore, there are four

values of for which .

then identify intervals for which the values of at the endpoints have different signs and

apply the Intermediate Value Theorem to each of those intervals. Create a table of values for

for whole number values of between and , inclusive, and count

the number of intervals of length for which the value of is greater than for one of the

endpoints and less than for the other endpoint.

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Theorem, for each of these four intervals there is a value in that interval such that . This

shows that there are at least four such values of and the fact that is a

polynomial of degree means that there can be at most four such values of Therefore, there are

four values of for which .

Marigolds are to be planted inside a circular flower garden so that there are 4 marigolds per square

foot. The circumference of the garden is 20 feet. If marigolds are available only in packs of 6, how

many packs of 6 flowers are needed?

(A) 6

(B) 13

(C) 14

(D) 20

(E) 22

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

The first step is to determine the area of the garden. Since the circumference is feet, the radius

square foot, marigolds are needed. To find out how many packs of flowers are needed,

divide by . The result is ; thus, packs would be needed. The correct answer is E.

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The line with equation is graphed on the same as the circle with center

and radius . What are the of the points of intersection of the line and the

circle?

(A) and

(B) and

(C) and

(D) and

(E) and

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

The line intersects the circle in points. These two points and the center of the circle form a

triangle with two sides of length (since the radius of the circle is ) and with height . (The

distance between the point and the line is the distance between and .)

Using the Pythagorean theorem, you can find that . Point has .

Therefore, the of the points of intersection are and or

and . The correct answer is D.

You could also solve the problem algebraically. A circle with center and radius has

equation . Substitute into the equation, and it simplifies to

. Solving for produces the two of the points of intersection of

the circle and the line.

The dimensions of a rectangular solid are inches by inches by inches. The length of each

edge of the solid is to be increased by . What is the surface area, in square inches, of the new

solid?

(A)

(B)

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(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

If the length of each edge is increased by , then the area of each face of the new solid is

increased by ( , where and represent the dimensions of a face).

The surface area of the original solid is equal to square

inches. Thus, the surface area of the new solid is equal to square inches,

which rounds to . The correct answer is D.

Another way to solve the problem is to find the lengths of each edge of the new solid by multiplying

the length of each edge by and then compute the surface area. The dimensions of the new solid

are inches by inches by inches, so the surface area is equal to

square inches.

Before 1990, telephone area codes in the United States were three-digit numbers of the form .

Shown above are sets , , and from which the digits , , and , respectively, were chosen.

How many possible area codes were there?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

There are possible digits for the first digit, , of the area code, possible digits for , and

possible digits for . Therefore, the number of possible area codes would be .

The correct answer is B.

The numbers , , and are three consecutive odd numbers that are prime. How many other

triplets of consecutive odd numbers greater than consist entirely of primes?

(A) None

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(B) One

(C) Two

(D) Three

(E) More than three

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

You can look at some triplets of consecutive odd numbers greater than :

5, 7, 9

11, 13, 15

25, 27, 29

53, 55, 57

93, 95, 97

You should quickly observe that any triplet of consecutive odd numbers would have one multiple of

. (The numbers that are multiples of are bolded and underlined.) Therefore, the only triplet of

consecutive odd numbers greater than 1 that contains all primes is , , . The correct answer is

(A).

The graphs above show United States Census Bureau population figures for the year for

various age groups, together with projections for the year . Of the following age groups, for

which is the projected percent increase in population from to greatest?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

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To determine for which of the five age groups in the options the projected percent increase in

population from to is greatest, estimate the ratio of the projection for the year

to the population figure for for each age group. Each of the ratios described is equal

to plus the decimal corresponding to the projected percent increase in population from

to , so the greatest ratio will correspond to the greatest projected percent increase in

population.

For the age group, the ratio is less than , since the projected

population is less than million and the population is greater than million. Thus

the projected percent increase in population from to for this age group is less than

percent.

For the age group, the ratio is less than , since the projected

population is less than million and the population is greater than million. Thus

the projected percent increase in population from to for this age group is less than

percent.

For the age group, the ratio is less than , since the projected

population is less than million and the population is greater than million. The

projected percent increase in population from to for this age group is less than

percent.

For the year age group, the ratio is approximately million to million, or as a

decimal, , corresponding to an approximate percent increase in population for this age

group.

For the year age group, the ratio is approximately million to million, or as a

decimal, approximately , corresponding to an approximate percent increase in

population for this age group.

Therefore, the year age group has the greatest projected percent increase in population

from to among the given options.

If line is the perpendicular bisector of the line segment with endpoints and ,

what is the slope of line ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

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Since line is perpendicular to the line segment with endpoints and , the slope of

line must be the negative reciprocal of the slope of the line segment. The line segment has slope

, so the slope of line equals .

seconds after it is thrown. To the nearest foot, what is the maximum height the ball reaches?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

One way to determine the maximum height the ball reaches is to rewrite the quadratic expression

that defines the function by completing the square:

It is not necessary to simplify any further, as the maximum height must correspond to ,

which is the only value of that makes the term nonnegative. By substitution,

reaches is feet.

Alternatively, one can use a graphing calculator to determine the maximum value of the function

. Since , and

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between and . Set the window so that the independent variable goes from to and the

dependent variable goes from to to view the vertex of the parabola. Upon tracing the graph,

the maximum value of is slightly greater than . Therefore, to the nearest foot, the maximum

height the ball reaches is feet.

The front, side, and bottom faces of a rectangular solid have areas of square centimeters,

square centimeters, and square centimeters, respectively. What is the volume of the solid, in

cubic centimeters?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

One way to determine the volume of the solid is to determine the length , width , and height

of the solid, in centimeters, and then apply the formula to compute the volume. Let

, , and represent the length, width, and height, in centimeters, respectively, of the solid.

The area of the front face of the solid is square centimeters, the area of the side face is

square centimeters, and the area of the bottom face is square centimeters.

Elimination of by using the first two equations gives , which simplifies to , or

. Substitution of for in the third equation gives , or , so

(since only positive values of make sense as measurements of the length of any edge of a

rectangular solid). Substitution of for in the equation gives , and substitution

of for in the equation gives , so . Therefore, the volume of the

solid, in cubic centimeters, is .

Alternatively, one can recognize that the square of the volume of a rectangular solid is the product

of the areas of the front, side, and bottom faces of the solid. That is, squaring both sides of the

formula gives . Therefore, in this case,

, so . Note that it is not necessary to solve for the values

of , , and .

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Rectangle is inscribed in the circle shown above. If the length of side is and the

length of side is , what is the area of the shaded region?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

The area of the shaded region can be found by subtracting the area of rectangle from the

area of the circle. To determine the area of the circle, first find the radius , and then compute the

area . Since rectangle is inscribed in the circle, is an inscribed right angle, and

thus is a diameter of the circle. Applying the Pythagorean theorem to right triangle ,one

finds the length of side is Thus the radius of the circle is , and

When purchased, an automobile is valued at Its value depreciates at the rate shown in

the table above. Based on a least-squares linear regression, what is the value, to the nearest

hundred dollars, of the automobile when ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Explanation

Difficulty: Hard

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To determine the value, to the nearest hundred dollars, of the automobile when , find the

equation of the least-squares regression line and then evaluate that equation at .

A calculator can be used to find the least-squares regression line. The specific steps to be followed

depend on the model of calculator, but they can be summarized as follows. Enter the statistics

mode, edit the list of ordered pairs to include only the four points given in the table, and perform

the linear regression. The coefficients will be, approximately, for the -intercept and

for the slope, so the regression line is given by the equation .

When , one gets . Therefore, based on the least-

squares linear regression, the value, to the nearest hundred dollars, of the automobile when

is .

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