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CHAPTER

Standardized Test A

3 For use after Chapter 3

8 1 2(y 2 3) 5 20?

1. What is the solution of the equation

h 2 18 5 22? A 3 B 9 C 11 D 36

A 240 B 24 C 4 D 40

8. The perimeter of the triangle is 70 meters.

What is the value of x?

2. What is the solution of the equation

26c 5 18?

4x m

A 212 B 23 C 3 D 12

2(x 1 5) m

b

3. What is the solution of the equation 28 5 }?

7 4x m

A 4 B 21 C 35 D 196

A 6 B 6.5 C 8 D 10

4. What is the solution of the equation

2a 2 4 5 22? 9. What is the solution of the equation

3w 1 8 5 5w 2 20?

A 5 B 9 C 13 D 24

A 214 B 26 C 6 D 14

5. What is the first step in solving the equation

h 10. Which equation does not have a solution?

} 2 7 5 8?

3

A Subtract 8 from both sides. A 2w 1 3 5 3w 1 2

C Add 7 to both sides. C 2w 1 3 5 4w 1 6

D Divide both sides by 3.

D 2w 1 3 5 w 1 w 1 3

6. You have $40 for school supplies. You buy

a calculator for $28 and then buy as many 11. What is the value of m in the proportion

notebooks as you can for $1.75 each. How 3 18

} 5 }?

many notebooks can you buy? 2 m

A 6 B 7 C 16 D 38 A 6 B 9 C 12 D 27

4 r

} 5 }?

5 12

A 2.4 B 9.6 C 10 D 15

Algebra 1

56 Chapter 3 Assessment Book

Name Date

CHAPTER

3

Standardized Test A continued

For use after Chapter 3

2 is to 5 as 10 is to x?

19. What is the solution

5 10 2 5 of the equation

A }2 5 } B }5}

10

x x 6d 1 2(d 2 6) 5 240?

2 x 2 10

C }

10

5 }5 D }5 5 }

x

16 5 } 20

}g g11

?

1

A }4 B 4 C 5 D 20

A 0.54 B 5.4 C 54 D 540

20. You are shopping for a book. The store is

having a sale: 15% off all books.

16. What percent of 60 is 15?

a. Write an equation representing the

A 4% B 9% C 25% D 35% sale price S of a book before taxes

where p represents the original price.

17. The price of a pair of shoes increased

b. The original price of a book is $18.

from $40 to $50. What was the percent Find the sale price.

of increase?

Extended Response

A 10% B 20% C 25% D 80%

21. The formula for simple interest is I 5 Prt,

18. Which equation shows 2x 1 y 5 z correctly where I is the interest, P is the principal,

solved for x? r is the interest rate, and t is time in years.

Copyright Holt McDougal. All rights reserved.

A x 5 2(y 2 z) B x 5 2(z 2 y)

would earn if you saved $800 at a rate

y2z z2y of 5% for 3 years.

C x5}

2

D x5}

2 b. If you made no additional deposits or

withdrawals, how much money would

you have in your account after 2 years

on a principal amount of $650 at a rate

of 4%? Explain.

c. Rewrite the formula for simple

interest so that you can easily

calculate the principal given the

interest, rate, and time.

d. What was the principal if $270 of

simple interest was earned after saving

for 6 years at a rate of 3%?

Algebra 1

Chapter 3 Assessment Book 57

Name Date

CHAPTER

Standardized Test B

3 For use after Chapter 3

8x 2 4(5 2 x) 5 244?

1. What is the solution of the equation

225 5 x 2 12? A 26 B 22 C 5 D 8

A 237 B 213 C 13 D 37

8. The perimeter of the triangle is

37 centimeters. What is the value of x?

2. What is the solution of the equation

m

} 5 21.2?

3.6 3x cm 2x 1 1 cm

A 24.32 B 23

C 2.4 D 4.8 2(x 1 4) cm

1

3. What is the solution of the equation A 2 }4 B 4

3

15 5 }5 n? 3

C 4 }7 D 25

3

A 5 B 9 C 15 }5 D 25

9. What is the solution of the equation

4. What is the solution of the equation 4t 2 2(t 2 3) 5 t 1 6?

2

}c 1 6 5 212? A 216 B 29

3

C 27 D 0

A 227 B 218

C 29 D 3 10. What equation does not have a solution?

y

5. What is the first step in solving the equation A 3y 2 2 5 }2

12

51} 5 21? B 5(x 2 3) 5 2x 1 7

x

A Add 1 to each side. C 4m 2 15 5 m 2 15

B Divide each side by 12.

D 3(6 2 n) 5 23(n 2 8)

C Subtract 5 from each side.

D Add 5 to each side. 11. What is the value of r in the proportion

2 18

} 5 }?

5 r

6. Melissa spent $41 total at the mall. She

bought 6 books for $6 each, and spent the A 10 B 40

rest of her money on lunch. How much did C 45 D 90

she spend on lunch?

A $5 B $6 C $35 D $36 12. What is the value of p in the proportion

2 p

} 5 }?

3 35

1 1

A 23 }3 B 52 }2

C 70 D 105

Algebra 1

58 Chapter 3 Assessment Book

Name Date

CHAPTER

3

Standardized Test B continued

For use after Chapter 3

5 is to 4 as x is to 24?

19. What is the solution

5 24 5 x of the equation

A }x 5 }4

B }4 5 }

24 15t 2 8(t 2 8) 5 57?

5 4 4 x

C }

24

5 }x D }5 5 }

24

6 18

} 5 }?

y25 y11

1

A }2 B 5

C 8 D 23 Short Response

15. What number is 65% of 92?

that your favorite store has jackets 35% off.

A 5.98 B 59.8 a. Write an equation representing the

C 598 D 5980 cost C before taxes where P represents

the original price.

16. What percent of 150 is 30?

b. If the sale price of the jacket you want

A 2% B 5%

is $55.25, what was the original price?

C 20% D 500% Explain.

Extended Response

A 167.23 B 183.06

Copyright Holt McDougal. All rights reserved.

C 193 D 212.22 where I is the interest, P is the principal,

r is the interest rate, and t is time in years.

18. Which equation is not equivalent to the

a. Calculate the amount of interest you

5

formula C 5 }9 (F 2 32)? would pay if you borrowed $15,000 at

a rate of 7.25% for 5 years.

5 5 160

A C 2 }9 F 5 232 B C 5 }9 F 2 }

9

b. Calculate the total amount of money

you would pay on a $25,000 loan at a

9 7 5 rate of 5.25% for 5 years. Explain.

C }5 C 5 F 2 32 D C 1 17 }9 5 }9 F

c. Rewrite the formula for simple

interest so that you can easily

calculate the principal given the

interest, rate, and time.

d. If the simple interest on a loan at a

rate of 6.5% for 4 years is $3250, what

was the principal?

Algebra 1

Chapter 3 Assessment Book 59

Name Date

CHAPTER

Standardized Test C

3 For use after Chapter 3

23y 2 2(7 2 y) 5 54?

1. What is the solution of the equation

25.5 5 c 1 1.5? A 268 B 240 C 40 D 68

A 27 B 26 C 25 D 24

8. The perimeter of the rectangle is 150 inches.

What is the value of x?

2. What is the solution of the equation

n

22.1 5 }?

24.2

A 28.82 B 22 XIN

C 2 D 8.82

X IN

3. What is the solution of the equation

3 9

} f 5 }?

A 13 B 17 C 28 D 32

5 20

3 27 3 1 9. What is the solution of the equation

A }

20

B }

100

C }4 D 1}3

2

}(15x 2 6) 5 8(x 1 1)?

3

4. What is the solution of the equation

5

A 22 B 2 C 6 D 10

2160 5 }8 a 2 410?

1 10. What equation does not have a solution?

A 2912 B 2356}4

1 3

C 156}4 D 400 A }4 (8x 2 12) 5 3(2x 2 3)

2

B }5 (10y 2 25) 5 2y 2 25

5. The output of a function is 6 less than

one-fourth the input. Find the input when 4

C }5 (5y 1 10) 5 2(2y 1 1)

the output is 7.

5

A 24.25 B 4 D }6 (18x 2 12) 53x 2 2

C 34 D 52

11. What is the value of s in the proportion

7 42

}5} ?

6. An employer has $1125 in her budget to buy 3 s

baseball tickets for her employees. The cost

of a shuttle bus to and from the stadium is A 6 B 10 C 14 D 18

$235. If the tickets cost $44.85, how many

tickets can she purchase? 12. What is the value of j in the proportion

5 j

} 5 }?

A 19 B 20 C 25 D 26 8 52

A 10.4 B 32.5 C 83.2 D 260

Algebra 1

60 Chapter 3 Assessment Book

Name Date

CHAPTER

3

Standardized Test C continued

For use after Chapter 3

d is to 16 as 25 is to f ?

19. What is the solution

d 25 d 16 of the equation

A }

16

5} B }5}

25

f f 3.3q 2 (1.5q 1 6.8) 5 0.85?

d f d 25f

C }

16

5}

25

D }

16

5}

1

t21 2t 1 2

} 5 }?

24 2

A 22 B 3 C 5 D 12

A 7.25 B 29 C 290 D 725

20. The number of volunteers for a parade is

12% fewer than what it was last year.

16. What percent of 300 is 4.5?

a. Write an equation representing the

A 1.5% B 15% number of volunteers this year v

C 13.5% D 135% where p represents the number from

the previous year.

17. A salesperson sold 240 units last year and b. There are 440 volunteers for the pa-

150 units this year. What is the percent rade this year. How many volunteers

of decrease? were there last year? Explain.

A 1.6% B 37.5% Extended Response

C 60% D 90% 21. The formula for simple interest is I 5 Prt

Copyright Holt McDougal. All rights reserved.

18. Which equation is not equivalent to the r is the interest rate, and t is time in years.

1

formula S 5 }2 Pl 1 B? a. Calculate the amount of interest you

would earn if you saved $6550 at a

1 1 rate of 3.25% for 18 months.

A }2 Pl 5 S 2 B B B 5 S 2 }2 Pl

b. If you made no additional deposits

2(S 2 B) S

C P5} D }2 2 B 5 Pl or withdrawals, how much money

l

would you have in your account after

9 months on a principal amount of

$14,800 at a rate of 6.25%? Explain.

c. Rewrite the formula for simple

interest so that you can easily

calculate the rate given the interest,

principal, and time.

d. What is the rate if $112.50 of simple

interest is earned after 15 months on a

principal amount of $3600?

Algebra 1

Chapter 3 Assessment Book 61

Chapter 3, continued

14. 12 years old 15. y 5 215 16. no solution 19. b 5 36 20. c 5 3.125 21. d 5 3

17. b 5 212 18. c 5 6 19. d 5 15 2

22. f 5 2} 23. g 5 214 24. 24 pounds

1 3

20. n 5 25 21. v 5 1 } 22. x 5 0

ANSWERS

23. a 5 21 24. 45 heads 25. 45% 26. 6

27. 51,250 voters 28. increase; 20% 29. 48% 30. $174.49 31. 80% increase

29. decrease; 15% 30. y 5 25x 1 12 1 2 4

32. y 5 } x 1 4 33. y 5 } x 2 }

2A 3 3 3

31. y 5 22x 2 5 32. y 5 3x 2 4 33. h 5 } S 2 2 r 2

b 34. h 5 } 35. 4 in.

2 r

Chapter Test B

Standardized Test A

1

1. x 5 25 2. b 5 1 3. d 5 212 4. y 5 } 1. D 2. B 3. D 4. C 5. C 6. A 7. B 8. A

2

5. t 5 23 6. w 5 3 7. m 5 2 8. c 5 0 9. D 10. B 11. C 12. B 13. D 14. B

7

9. y 5 2 10. no solution 11. a 5 2 15. C 16. C 17. D 18. D 19. 23.5 or 2}

2

12. z 5 24 20. a. S 5 0.85p b. $15.30

13. 722 5 295 1 3x; x 142.3; 142 sets. The 21. a. $120 b. $702; Add the amount of interest

I

number of sets must be a whole number. The radio earned, $52, to the principal, $650. c. P 5 }

rt

station needs 2 more CDs to make 143 complete d. $1500

sets.

Standardized Test B

14. 24x 1 552 5 5250; $195.75

1. B 2. A 3. D 4. A 5. C 6. A 7. B 8. B

15. x 1 x 1 45 5 211; 128 girls; 83 boys

9. D 10. D 11. C 12. A 13. B 14. C

16. y 5 15 17. w 5 3.3 18. t 5 212

15. B 16. C 17. D 18. A 19. 21

19. m 5 3 20. x 5 7 21. z 5 27

20. a. C 5 0.65P or C 5 P 2 0.35P b. $85;

1

22. 5000 sunfish 23. 2 } cups of flour 24. 200 solve the equation 55.25 5 0.65P

2

25. 150% 26. 12.19 27. 35 28. 69,000 seats 21. a. $5437.50 b. $31,562.50; The simple

interest calculates to be $6562.50. This amount

29. decrease; about 15.3% 30. increase; 60%

must be added to the original $25,000 borrowed

1

31. y 5 5x 2 7 32. y 5 2}x 1 2 I

3 for a total of $31,562.50. c. P 5 }

rt d. $12,500

b 1 18.85

33. h 5 } 34. about 169 cm Standardized Test C

0.26

35. about 67 in. 1. A 2. D 3. C 4. D 5. D 6. A 7. A 8. B

9. C 10. C 11. D 12. B 13. A 14. B

Chapter Test C

1 15. B 16. A 17. B 18. D 19. 4.25

1. n 5 216 2. b 5 23.7 3. y 5 2}

8 20. a. v 5 0.88p b. 500 volunteers; Solve the

4 2 equation 440 5 0.88p.

4. x 5 12 5. b 5 2} 6. z 5 }

3 5 21. a. $319.31 b. $15,493.75; Add the amount of

7. 410 5 36(2) 1 3x; x 112.7; 112 envelopes. interest, $14,800(0.0625)(0.75), or $693.75, to the

The number of envelopes must be a whole I

principal. c. r 5 }

Pt

d. 2.5%

number. The venue needs 2 more free tickets to

make 113 envelopes. SAT/ACT Chapter Test

4 1. D 2. A 3. C 4. D 5. B 6. A 7. C 8. D

8. 6.5 ft, 6.5 ft, and 21 ft 9. m 5 }

3

9. C 10. B 11. A 12. E 13. C 14. D

2

10. b 5 9.4 11. x 5 6 12. w 5 } 15. A 16. 5 ft 17. 210 18. 89.1 19. $143

11

13. c 5 210 14. no solution 15. t 5 0

Algebra 1

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