ETAA Final Math Part Deux


    Answer the following 32 questions.
    You have 46 minutes to send in your answers.


    Numerical Sequences

    For Questions #1-#4, find the missing number in each numeric sequence.


    Plug In PEMDAS

    For Questions #5-#6, substitute the numbers for the variables, simplify, and find the numeric solution.


    For Questions #7-#8, substitute the numbers for the variables, simplify, and find the numeric solution.


    For Questions #9-#10, substitute the numbers for the variables, simplify, and find the numeric solution.


    For Questions #11-#12, substitute the numbers for the variables, simplify, and find the numeric solution.


    For Questions #13-#14, substitute the numbers for the variables, simplify, and find the numeric solution.


    For Questions #15-#16, substitute the numbers for the variables, simplify, and find the numeric solution.



    Linear Equations

    For Questions #17-#22, Match the Linear Equation expression in the question to the identical linear equation in the answers.
    17.

    A. thirty-five more than twice a number
    B. y = โ€“2x + 32
    C.

    D. forty more than the opposite of a number

    ABCD

    18.

    A. Eighty-one more than a number
    B. y = 2x + 81
    C. Eighty-one less than three times a number
    D.

    ABCD

    19. y = 2x + 20
    A.

    B. Twenty more than the opposite of a number
    C.

    D. twenty more than a number

    ABCD

    20. One hundred and twenty three more than twice a number
    A.

    B. y = x + 123
    C.

    D. y = 2x + 123

    ABCD

    21.

    A. y = 2x + 71
    B.

    C. y = x + 29
    D. thirty more than the opposite of a number

    ABCD

    22. Twenty more than a number

    A. y = โ€“x + 20
    B.

    C.

    D.

    ABCD


    Dimensional Analysis

    For Questions #23-#27, apply the relationships between the variables of the equation to determine the correct answer.

    23. R = STV

    In the formula above, if R is negative and S is positive, which of the following statements could be true?

    A. T and V are both positive.
    B. T and V are both negative.
    C. R, S and T are all negative.
    D. T is negative and V is positive.

    ABCD

    24. f =

    In the formula above, if f increases and a, c, and d all remain constant, which of the following statements could be true?

    A. e remains constant and b increases.
    B. b remains constant and e increases.
    C. e remains constant and b decreases.
    D. b and e both remain constant.

    ABCD

    25. y = 3 โ€“ 5x

    Which of the following statements is true for the formula above?

    A. If x > 3, then y > 0.
    B. If x = 0, then y < 0.
    C. If x > 3/5, then y < 0.
    D. If x < 3/5, then y < 0.

    ABCD

    26. d =

    In the formula above, if e, f, and g are all the same sign, which of the following statements must be true?

    A. d and e are both negative.
    B. f is positive and d is negative.
    C. d and f are both negative.
    D. d and e are both positive.

    ABCD

    27. h = 4d โ€“

    Which of the following statements must be true for the formula above?

    A. If d < 1/4 and f < 7, then h is positive.
    B. If d > 1/4 and f < 7, then h is positive.
    C. If d < 0 and f = 7, then h is positive.
    D. If d > 1 and f > 7, then h is negative.

    ABCD


    Variable Flip

    For Questions #28-#32, isolate the variable on the right side of the equation.


    ABCD


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