# Topic: A.10-A.12 Number and Algebraic Methods

## Quiz by Texas Education Agency

High School
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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59 questions
• Q1
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A.11.B: Numerical & Algebraic Expressions
• Q2
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A.12.B: Evaluate Functions
• Q3
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• Q4
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A.12.B: Evaluate Functions
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• Q6
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• Q7
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A.12.B: Evaluate Functions
• Q8
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A.10.B: Multiply Polynomials
• Q9
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• Q10
The graph of quadratic function g is shown below. Based on the graph, between which two values of x is a zero of g located?
1 and 2
-7 and -5
4 and 5
-9 and -8
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A.10.B: Multiply Polynomials
• Q11
The length, in feet, of a small train at an amusement park can be modeled by the function f(c) = 9c + 14, where c is the number of passenger cars attached to the locomotive. The original passenger cars were replaced, and the length of the train is now modeled by the function h(c) = 12c + 14. Based on this information, which statement describes the change in this situation?
Each passenger car is now 9 feet long, and the length of the locomotive remained the same.
The locomotive is now 12 feet long, and the length of each passenger car remained the same.
The locomotive is now 9 feet long, and the length of each passenger car remained the same.
Each passenger car is now 12 feet long, and the length of the locomotive remained the same.
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A.12.B: Evaluate Functions
• Q12
The table of values for quadratic function g is shown below. If 1 is a solution to g(x) = 0, what is the other solution?
-1
6
3
-2
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• Q13
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A.11.B: Numerical & Algebraic Expressions
• Q14
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• Q15
The table shows the functions used to determine the number of points earned every month by regular and elite members of a dining club who spend d dollars that month at participating restaurants. Which statement describes the difference in these situations?
Regular members earn 3 more points for every dollar spent and are automatically awarded 100 more points per month than elite members.
Regular members earn 3 more points for every dollar spent and are automatically awarded 200 more points per month than elite members.
Elite members earn 3 more points for every dollar spent and are automatically awarded 200 more points per month than regular members.
Elite members earn 3 more points for every dollar spent and are automatically awarded 100 more points per month than regular members.
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A.12.B: Evaluate Functions

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