STAAR Algebra 1 High School 2016 - Past Paper

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High School
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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### Measures 34 skills fromHigh SchoolMathematicsTexas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

A.3.B: Rate Of Change
A.2.H: Linear Inequalities
A.7.C: Effects Of Parent Function
A.2.C: Linear Equations (2)
A.10.E: Factor Trinomials
A.3.D: Graph Linear Inequalities
A.5.A: Linear Equations
A.9.D: Graph Exponential Functions
A.11.B: Numerical & Algebraic Expressions
A.3.E: Parent Function
A.2.I: Linear Equation Systems
A.3.C: Graph Linear Functions
A.10.D: Polynomial Expressions
A.7.B: Linear Factors Of Quadratic Expressions
A.9.E: Exponential Function Predictions
A.12.E: Mathematic & Scientific Formulas
A.5.C: Systems Of Linear Equations
A.9.A: Domain & Range Of Exponential Functions
A.10.F: Binomials
A.4.C: Real-World Linear Functions
A.12.B: Evaluate Functions
A.9.C: Growth & Decay Of Exponential Functions
A.2.A: Linear Function
A.3.F: Graph Linear Equations
A.5.B: Linear Inequalities
A.12.A: Define A Function
A.2.D: Direct Variation
A.2.B: Linear Equations (1)
A.3.A: Equation Of Given Line
A.10.B: Multiply Polynomials

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54 questions
• Q1
A savings account balance can be modeled by the graph of the linear function shown on the grid. What is the rate of change of the balance with respect to the number of deposits?
$0.50 per deposit$100 per deposit
$50 per deposit$2 per deposit
60s
A.3.B: Rate Of Change
• Q2
60s
• Q3
Baseball fans can buy tickets for seats in the lower deck or upper deck of the stadium. Tickets for the lower deck cost $42 each. Ticket prices for the upper deck are 75% of the cost of tickets for the lower deck. Which inequality represents all possible combinations of x, the number of tickets for the lower deck, and y, the number of tickets for the upper deck, that someone can buy for no more than$800?
42x + 31.5y ≤ 800
42x + 56y > 800
42x + 56y ≤ 800
42x + 31.5y > 800
60s
A.2.H: Linear Inequalities
• Q4
60s
A.7.C: Effects Of Parent Function
• Q5
The table represents some points on the graph of a linear function. Which function represents the same relationship?
h(x) = -x - 3.5
h(x) = x - 3.5
h(x) = 3x - 10.5
h(x) = -3x -10.5
60s
A.2.C: Linear Equations (2)
• Q6
60s
A.10.E: Factor Trinomials
• Q7
60s
A.3.D: Graph Linear Inequalities
• Q8
60s
A.5.A: Linear Equations
• Q9
The starting annual salary for an office worker at a company is \$29,000. If the company awards an annual increase of 6.2%, which graph models this situation after the office worker receives x annual increases?
60s
A.9.D: Graph Exponential Functions
• Q10
60s
A.11.B: Numerical & Algebraic Expressions
• Q11
60s
A.3.E: Parent Function
• Q12
The table shows some ordered pairs that belong to quadratic function h. What is the range of h?
All real numbers greater than or equal to - 7.
All real numbers.
All real numbers greater than or equal to 8.
All real numbers greater than or equal to 0.
60s
• Q13
A sports magazine prints 12 issues per year, and a technology magazine prints 10 issues per year. The total number of pages in all the issues of the sports magazine for one year is 32 more than the total number of pages in all the issues of the technology magazine for one year. Each issue of the sports magazine has 18 fewer pages than each issue of the technology magazine. Which system of equations can be used to find s, the number of pages in each issue of the sports magazine, and t, the number of pages in each issue of the technology magazine?
60s
A.2.I: Linear Equation Systems
• Q14
What is the y-intercept of the line graphed on the grid?
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A.3.C: Graph Linear Functions
• Q15
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A.10.D: Polynomial Expressions

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