Hello! Please do the following quiz questions!!! You must follow the directions of each question carefully and show all of your work step by step!!! (I have uploaded you the pictures of the questions).

Here is the link to the math book incase you need it (The quiz is based on chapter 13).

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Question 1

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Chapter 13 Quiz: Quantitative Approach to Algebra and Graphing

This quiz is designed as a post-assessment of your understanding of important ideas in Chapter 13. This

is a calculator-free quiz. Please read all questions first, and then ask if you have any questions. Good luck!

1. [6 pts) Amy went bowling at Brittany’s Bowling Lanes. She found the following

equation to model the relationship between the number of games and total cost to

bowl: C = 1.5x + 3. Graph the equation and statethe quantities that each of the

following represent:

C-

x =

7.5 =

7.5X =

3=

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Question 2

4 pts

2. (4 pts) The graph shows the number of quarts of strawberries picked by three people

one morning. Which person picks strawberries most

quickly? How do you know? Explain by referring to

specific quantities.

Annette

96

84

72

60

Number of quarts picked

Cindy

48

36

Barb

24

12 +

7 8 9 TO IL 12

AM AM AM AM AM Noon

Time

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Question 3

5 pts

3. (5 pts. The relationships between distance and time of two SDSU runners. Brian and

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Question 3

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3. (5 pts) The relationships between distance and time of two SDSU runners, Brian and

Elizabeth, Can be modeled with the following equations, respectively: d = 3 + 4t and

d=5t, where t measures number of minutes and d measures number of feet.

a. Does d = 3 + 4t represents a proportional relationship? Why or why not?

b. Does d = 5t represents a proportional relationship? Why or why not?

C. At what time do they meet? Show your work.

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Question 4

5 pts

4. [1 points each) Determine whether the quantities in each pair are related. (Use

common sense and your own knowledge.) If the quantities are related, Circle whether

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Question 4

5 pts

4. [1 points each) Determine whether the quantities in each pair are related. (Use

common sense and your own knowledge.) If the quantities are related, circle whether

the value of the first quantity increases or decreases as the value of the second

quantity increases.

a. The number of miles traveled and the cost of an airline ticket

Increases

Decreases

Unrelated

b. The number of Cans bought for a party and the number of party guests

Increases

Decreases

Unrelated

C. The radius of a Circle and the diameter of a Circle

Increases

Decreases

Unrelated

d. The base and height of a rectangle

Increases

Decreases

Unrelated

e. The height and width of a set of rectangles that all have an area of 100 square

inches

Increases

Decreases

Unrelated

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