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Integrated Algebra - New York Regents August 2012 Exam

    Answer all 30 questions in this part. Each correct answer will receive 2 credits. No partial
credit will be allowed. Record your answers on your separate answer sheet. [60]

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Part I

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1 A system of equations is graphed on the set of axes below.

The solution of this system is
(1) (0,4)                        (3) (4,2)
(2) (2,4)                        (4) (8,0)

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2 A cell phone can receive 120 messages per minute. At this rate, how
  many messages can the phone receive in 150 seconds?
  (1) 48                         (3) 300
  (2) 75                         (4) 18,000

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4 The scatter plot shown below represents a relationship between
  x and y.

This type of relationship is
(1) a positive correlation     (3) a zero correlation
(2) a negative correlation     (4) not able to be determined

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6 Jason’s part-time job pays him $155 a week. If he has already saved
  $375, what is the minimum number of weeks he needs to work in
  order to have enough money to buy a dirt bike for $900?
  (1) 8                          (3) 3
  (2) 9                          (4) 4

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8 The scatter plot below shows the profit, by month, for a new
  company for the first year of operation. Kate drew a line of best fit,
  as shown in the diagram.

Using this line, what is the best estimate for profit in the 18th month?
(1) $35,000                      (3) $42,500
(2) $37,750                      (4) $45,000

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9 Which statement illustrates the additive identity property?

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10 Peter walked 8,900 feet from home to school.
                         1 mile ϭ 5,280 feet
   How far, to the nearest tenth of a mile, did he walk?
   (1) 0.5                         (3) 1.6
   (2) 0.6                         (4) 1.7

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