Algebra Unit 3 Review

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High School

Algebra I

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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### Measures 3 skills fromHigh SchoolAlgebra ITexas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

Measures 3 skills from

High School

Algebra I

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

111.39.C.3

111.39.C.2.D

111.39.C.12.D

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- Q1Which graph represents -3x + 5y = - 15?120s111.39.C.3
- Q2Which graph shows a line with an x-intercept of -5?120s111.39.C.3
- Q3What is the zero of the graph shown-6120s111.39.C.3
- Q4Which line shows an x-intercept of −5 and a y-intercept of 3?120s111.39.C.3
- Q5The graph shows the relationship between the number of cookies a presenter at a convention had left to give away and the number of presentations she had made. What does the x-intercept of the graph represent?The number of cookies the presenter had before making any presentations.The number of presentations the presenter made per hour.The maximum number of cookies the presenter gave away during every presentation.The maximum number of presentations the presenter made before running out of cookies120s111.39.C.3
- Q6120s111.39.C.2.D
- Q7120s111.39.C.2.D
- Q8120s111.39.C.2.D
- Q9120s111.39.C.2.D
- Q10120s111.39.C.2.D
- Q11120s111.39.C.12.D
- Q12120s111.39.C.12.D
- Q13120s111.39.C.12.D