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# NYS Math Test Review Units 5 8 Directions: Copy ALL problems into your notebook and answer in your

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7) Factor. a) ( )( ) b) ( )( ) c) ( )( ) d) is prime 8) Which of the following cannot be factored? a) b) c) d) Unit 6 1) Solve the equation for n. a) b) c) d) 2) What is the value of a in the equation a) b) c) d) ) 3) What is the value of t in the equation ( ? a) b) c) d) 4) Five less than a number, n, is greater than or equal to twelve. Which inequality represents this relationship? a) b) c) d)

5) The product of three and a number, n, is less than n squared. What inequality represents this relationship? a) b) c) d) 6) What word phrase is equivalent to the equation ? a) Fifteen less than twelve is equal to n. b) Fifteen more than a number, n, is equal to twelve. c) Twelve is less than fifteen. d) Twelve less than a number, n, is equal to fifteen. ) 7) What word phrase is equivalent to the equation ( ? a) Three times n, minus one, is equal to five. b) One less than three, times n, is equal to five. c) The product of three and n is one less than 5. d) Three times the quantity n minus one is equal to five. Unit 8 1) Julio deposits \$500 into a savings account earning 2% interest a year for 3 years. How much money will Julio have at the end of the three years? a) \$30 b) \$510 c) \$530 d) \$540 2) Sophies bill for dinner at her favorite restaurant came to \$19.00 before tax. If she wante to leave a 15% tip, which would be the most appropriate amount for Sophies tip? a) \$1.80 b) \$2.85 c) \$3.60 d) \$4.50 3) A new car decreases in value by approximately 15% a year. At this rate, how much would a \$20,000 car be worth after a year? a) \$19,000 b) \$17,000 c) \$15,000 d) \$5,000

4) Massive Mart advertises a 25% discount on a shirt that costs \$29.00 at full price. What is the sale price of the shirt? a) \$7.25 b) \$21.75 c) \$22.50 d) \$25.00 5) The unemployment rate in Springfield is currently 4.9%. If there are 10,000 people who are currently unemployed, what is the approximate total population of Springfield? a) 500 b) 5,000 c) 50,000 d) 200,000 6) The population of the United States is approximately 298 million people. About 20.6% of these people are 14 years old or younger. What is the best estimate for the number of people 14 years old or younger in the United States? a) 1.5 million b) 6 million c) 15 million d) 60 million 7) Jasons gas tank is almost empty, but can hold 20 gallon of gasoline. If gas prices range from \$2.95 to \$3.05 a gallon, how much should he expect to spend to fill his car with gas? a) \$40.00 b) \$50.00 c) \$60.00 d) \$70.00 8) If Ruth paid \$20 for 8.4 gallons of gas, which of the following is closest to the price per gallon of gas? a) \$2.00 b) \$2.38 c) \$2.48 d) \$4.20 9) Hot dogs cost 23 cents per ounce. A package of hot dogs weighs 16 ounces. What is the price of a package of hot dogs? a) \$0.23 b) \$0.46 c) \$1.84 d) \$3.68

10) Hawa went to the copy store to copy her 23-page research paper. The total cost was \$3.45. How much does it cost to make 1 copy at the copy store? a) 1.5 cents b) 6 cents c) 10 cents d) 15 cents 11) The normal body temperature is 98.6 . What is the normal body temperature in degrees Celsius? ( ( )) a) 22.8 b) 37 c) d) 145.5 12) The temperature of the surface of the sun is approximately 5,526 . What is this temperature in degrees Fahrenheit? ( a) b) c) d) 3,038 3,102 9.914.8 9.978.8 )