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Algebra 1FSA MathematicsPractice Test QuestionsThe purpose of these practice test materials is to orient teachers and studentsto the types of questions on paper-based FSA tests. By using these materials,students will become familiar with the types of items and response formatsthey may see on a paper-based test. The practice questions and answers arenot intended to demonstrate the length of the actual test, nor should studentresponses be used as an indicator of student performance on the actual test.The practice test is not intended to guide classroom instruction.Directions for Answering theMathematics Practice Test QuestionsIf you don’t know how to work a problem, ask your teacher to explain itto you. Your teacher has the answers to the practice test questions.You may need formulas and conversions to help you solve some of theproblems. You may refer to the Reference Sheet on page 5 as often asyou like.Use the space in your Mathematics Practice Test Questions booklet to doyour work.

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Directions for Completing the Response Grids1. Work the problem and find an answer.2. Write your answer in the answer boxes at the top of the grid. Write your answer with the first digit in the left answer box OR withthe last digit in the right answer box. Write only one digit or symbol in each answer box. Do NOT leave ablank answer box in the middle of an answer. Be sure to write a decimal point, negative sign, or fraction bar in theanswer box if it is a part of the answer.3. Fill in a bubble under each box in which you wrote your answer. Fill in one and ONLY one bubble for each answer box. Do NOT fillin a bubble under an unused answer box. Fill in each bubble by making a solid mark that completely fillsthe circle. You MUST fill in the bubbles accurately to receive credit foryour answer.------ 666666777777788888889999999Page 3Answer boxesNegative signFraction barDecimal pointNumber bubbles

When a percent is required to answer a question, do NOT convert thepercent to its decimal or fractional equivalent. Grid in the percent valuewithout the % symbol. Do the same with dollar amounts.– 1 1------ 666666777777788888889999999–6 . 78------ 6666667777777888888899999991 3 62 5 . 3------ 666666777777788888889999999------ 666666777777788888889999999Do NOT write a mixed number, such as 13 1 , in the answer boxes.4Change the mixed number to an equivalent fraction, such as 53 , or to an4equivalent decimal, such as 13.25. Do not try to fill in 13 1 , as it would be4read as 131 and would be counted wrong.4CORRECTINCORRECT5 3 / 41 3 . 2 5------------ aaaaaaaaaaaaaa000000000000001111111 OR 8888899999999999999Page 41 31 / 4------ 666666777777788888889999999

Algebra 1 EOC FSA Mathematics Reference SheetCustomary Conversions1111foot 12 inchesyard 3 feetmile 5,280 feetmile 1,760 yards1111cup 8 fluid ouncespint 2 cupsquart 2 pintsgallon 4 quarts1 pound 16 ounces1 ton 2,000 poundsMetric Conversions1 meter 100 centimeters1 meter 1000 millimeters1 kilometer 1000 meters1 liter 1000 milliliters1 gram 1000 milligrams1 kilogram 1000 gramsTime Conversions11111minute 60 secondshour 60 minutesday 24 hoursyear 365 daysyear 52 weeksPage 5

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Session 1FSA Mathematics Practice Test QuestionsUse the space in this booklet to do your work. For multiple-choiceitems, fill in one bubble for the correct answer. For editing taskchoice items, matching items, and multiselect items, fill in thebubbles for all of the correct answers. For items with response grids,refer to the Directions for Completing the Response Grids on pages3 and 4. If you change your answer, be sure to erase completely.Calculators are NOT permitted for Session 1 of this practice test.1. Jeremy determines that993129 . Part of his work is shown.3131212912Which expression or equation should be placed in the blank to correctlycomplete Jeremy’s work?A23111B 323212 1212 12C 3 3D 3 33 33 3 12121215012Page 8Go On

FSA Mathematics Practice Test QuestionsSession 12. A bird drops a stick from the top of Miami Tower. The height of the stick2after x seconds is given by f (x) 625 – 16x . 1010Select all the correct interpretations of the coordinates of the point at themaximum of the function f (x).A the time it takes the stick to hit the groundB the time when the stick is at its highest pointC the height of the stick when it is dropped from Miami TowerD the time when the stick is dropped from the top of Miami TowerE the distance of the stick from Miami Tower when it hits the ground147063. Some of the steps in Raya’s solution to 2.5 (6.25x 0.5) 11 are shown.StatementReason1. 2.5 (6.25x 0.5) 11 1. Given2.2.3.3. Subtraction property of equality4. x 0.6244. ?Select the correct reason for line 4 of Raya’s solution.A Closure propertyB Distributive propertyC Addition property of equalityD Division property of equalityE Symmetric property of equalityPage 914592Go On

Session 1FSA Mathematics Practice Test Questions4. Cora is using successive approximations to estimate a positive solution to2f (x) g (x), where f (x) x 13 and g (x) 3x 14. The table showsher results for different input values of x.xf (x)g (x)01314114172172032223429263.525.2524.5Use Cora’s process to find the positive solution, to the nearest tenth, off (x) g (x).------ 66666677777778888888999999914595Page 10Go On

FSA Mathematics Practice Test Questions5. The systemPxFxQyGySession 1Rhas the solution (3, –1), where F, G, H, P, Q,Hand R are nonzero real numbers.Select all the systems that are also guaranteed to have the solution (3, –1).A (P F)x (Q G)y R HFx Gy HB (P F)x Qy R HFx (G Q)y HC Px Qy R(3P F)x (3Q G)y 3H RD Px Qy R(F – 2P)x (G – 2Q)y H – 2RE Px Qy R5Fx 5Gy 5H14581Page 11Go On

Session 1FSA Mathematics Practice Test Questions6. The production cost, C, in thousands of dollars, for a toy company tomanufacture a ball is given by the model C(x) 75 21x – 0.72x2, wherex is the number of balls produced in one day, in thousands. The companywants to keep its production cost at or below 125,000. The graph shownmodels the situation.C(14.58, 228.13)(26.55, 125)(2.62, 125)C 125(0, 75)x(–3.2, 0)(32.38, 0)What is a reasonable constraint for the model?A –3.2 x 32.38B 2.62 x 26.55C –3.2 x 2.62 and 26.55 x 32.38D 0 x 2.62 and 26.55 x 32.3814582Page 12Go On

FSA Mathematics Practice Test QuestionsSession 17. A system of equations is shown.5x 2y 245y x 6What is the solution to the system?x 15236Page 13y ------ 666666777777788888889999999------ 666666777777788888889999999Go On

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Session 2FSA Mathematics Practice Test QuestionsUse the space in this booklet to do your work. For multiple-choiceitems, fill in one bubble for the correct answer. For matching itemsand multiselect items, fill in the bubbles for all of the correctanswers. For items with response grids, refer to the Directions forCompleting the Response Grids on pages 3 and 4. If you change youranswer, be sure to erase completely. Scientific calculators may beused for Session 2 of this practice test.8. Sue removes the plug from a trough to drain the water inside. Thevolume, in gallons, in the trough after it has been unplugged can bemodeled by 4t2 – 32t 63, where t is time, in minutes.A. Select the correct property that will give Sue the amount of time ittakes the trough to drain.A minimumB maximumC y-interceptD zeroB. Select the expression that will reveal the property.A 4(0)2 – 32(0) 63B (2t – 7) (2t – 9)C 4(t – 4)2 – 1D 4(t – 8)2 4714715Page 16Go On

Session 2FSA Mathematics Practice Test Questions9. Florida has 67 counties, and Texas has 254 counties. The mean population for the state of Florida by county is 291,834with a standard deviation of 467,012.03, and the median is 107,056. The mean population for the state of Texas by county is 104,127 witha standard deviation of 374,012.2261, and the median is 18,293.Some of the data for both states are shown.FloridaCountyTexasPopulationSmallestFirst quartile8,34927,013CountySmallestFirst Third quartile337,362Third quartile49,426Largest2,617,176Largest4,336,853A business moves its corporate location from Texas to Florida. As a resultof the move, 8,193 people move from the largest Texas county to thesmallest Florida county, in terms of population.Select all the population statistics that will be affected by this populationchange.IncreasesDecreasesStays the SameInterquartileRange of FloridaABCMean of TexasDEFMedian of FloridaGHIStandardDeviation of TexasJKL14712Page 17Go On

Session 2FSA Mathematics Practice Test Questions10. The graph shows the number of acres, in millions, of farmland in theUnited States from 1975 to 2008.Acres (in millions)U.S. Farmland Area1,0801,0601,0401,0201,00098096094092090001975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010YearsWhich statement describes the average rate of change of the graph?A The number of acres of farmland in the United States decreases by0.21 million each year.B The amount of farmland in the United States decreases by4.8 million acres each year.C The time it takes the farmland in the United States to decrease by160 acres is 33 years.D Every 5 years, the amount of farmland in the United Statesdecreases by 20 acres.14704Page 18Go On

Session 2FSA Mathematics Practice Test Questions11. The points on the graph show the population data, in millions, of thestate of Florida for each decade from 1900 to 2000. The data arexmodeled by the function P (x) 506975(1.43) , shown on the graph.Florida Population since 1900Population (in millions)y1817161514131211109876543210x1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11Decades since 1900What is the domain of the graph of P (x) that is shown?A x 0B 1900 x 2000C all whole numbersD 0 x 1014604Page 19Go On

Session 2FSA Mathematics Practice Test Questions12. A bird drops a stick from the top of Miami Tower. The height of the stickafter x seconds is given by f (x) 625 – 16x2.1010What is the maximum value of f (x)?------ 66666677777778888888999999914705Page 20Go On

FSA Mathematics Practice Test QuestionsSession 213. A librarian in a large city collects data about his summer readingprogram. He collects data for two years, 2011 and 2012, on howmany books are read each week. His ordered data sets are 35,00141,53468,55075,53476,61784,834The librarian writes a summary about his data, as shown.Choose the correct word or phrase to fill in each blank in the summary.For each blank, fill in the circle before the word or phrase that is correct.If you compare the means, it appears that in 2011[ A approximately 71 fewer B approximately 71 more C approximately15,229 fewer D approximately 15,229 more] books were read onaverage than in 2012. When the medians for the two years arecompared, the data show that in 2011 [ A approximately71 fewer B approximately 71 more C approximately 15,229 fewerD approximately 15,229 more] books were read than in 2012. As far asthe spread of the data, both data sets have the same[ A range B lower quartile C upper quartile D interquartile range].15045Page 21Go On

Session 2FSA Mathematics Practice Test Questions14. Magda and Nicholas each purchase almonds and cashews for their trailmix recipes as shown.Almonds(pounds)Cashews(pounds)Total Cost(dollars)Magda61 73.60Nicholas43 78.00What is the cost per pound of almonds and cashews?Almonds: Cashews: ------ 666666777777788888889999999------ 66666677777778888888999999915235Page 22Go On

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1. Work the problem and find an answer. 2. Write your answer in the answer boxes at the top of the grid. Write your answer with the first digit in the left answer box OR with the last digit in the right answer box. Write only one digit or symbol in each answer box. Do NOT leave a blank answer box in the middle of an answer.

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