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- Q1
An ice cream shop sells ice cream cones, c, and milkshakes, m. Each ice cream cone costs $1.50 and each milkshake costs $2.00. Donna has $19.00 to spend on ice cream cones and milkshakes. If she must buy 5 ice cream cones, which inequality could be used to determine the maximum number of milkshakes she can buy?

1.50(5) + 2.00m ≤ 19.00

1.50c + 2.00(5) ≤ 19.00

1.50(5) + 2.00m ≥ 19.00

1.50c + 2.00(5) ≥ 19.00

30s - Q2
When written in standard form, the product of (3 + x) and (2x - 5) is

2x

^{2}+ x - 153x - 2

6x - 15 + 2x

^{2}- 5x2x

^{2}- 11x - 1530s - Q3
Which product is equivalent to 4x

^{2}- 3x - 27?(2x + 9)(2x - 3)

(4x + 9)(x - 3)

(2x - 9)(2x + 3)

(4x - 9)(x + 3)

30s - Q4
If the parent function of f(x) is p(x) = x

^{2}, then the graph of the function f(x) = (x - k)^{2}+5, where k > 0, would be a shift ofk units to the right and a move of 5 units up

k units to the left and a move of 5 units down

k units to the right and a move of 5 units down

k units to the left and a move of 5 units up

30s - Q5
Which expression is equivalent to (-4x

^{2})^{3}?-12x

^{5}-64x

^{6}-64x

^{5}-12x

^{6}30s