1. Which of the following points is NOT on the graph of the line -2x – 3y = 36 in the xy-plane?

 
 
 
 

2. The Little Tramp

Few people have had as strong an impact on an industry 1 as the impact that Charlie Chaplin had on the world of film. 2 Born in 1889 into an impoverished London family, Chaplin crossed the Atlantic and became a pioneer in silent comedic movies. 3 Early in his film career, Chaplin developed his signature character, the “Little Tramp,” who amused audiences repeatedly with his clever physical comedy and endearing sensitivity. Modest yet clearly intelligent, shy yet always at the center of action, the 4 Tramp’s embodiment was the genius of Chaplin’s artistry .

The author is considering inserting the following sentence at this point in the paragraph.

Charlie’s mother suffered from severe mental illness and was institutionalized for a significant part of Charlie’s young life.

Do you think this is appropriate?

 
 
 
 

3. If x – 3 is a factor of the expression x2 + kx + 12, what is the value of k?

 
 
 
 

4. If f (x) = 3x + n, where n is a constant, and f(2) = 0, then f(n) =

 
 
 
 

5. The Little Tramp

Few people have had as strong an impact on an industry 1 as the impact that Charlie Chaplin had on the world of film. 2 Born in 1889 into an impoverished London family, Chaplin crossed the Atlantic and became a pioneer in silent comedic movies. 3 Early in his film career, Chaplin developed his signature character, the “Little Tramp,” who amused audiences repeatedly with his clever physical comedy and endearing sensitivity. Modest yet clearly intelligent, shy yet always at the center of action, the 4 Tramp’s embodiment was the genius of Chaplin’s artistry .

 
 
 
 

6. In a survey of 80 students, 55 students stated that they play a varsity sport, and 35 stated that they are taking at least one AP level course. Which of the following statements must be true?

 
 
 
 

7. If the function f is defined by the equation f(x) = k(x+ 6)(x − 1), where k > 5, then which of the following is equivalent to f(7)?

 
 
 
 

8. The Little Tramp

Few people have had as strong an impact on an industry 1 as the impact that Charlie Chaplin had on the world of film. 2 Born in 1889 into an impoverished London family, Chaplin crossed the Atlantic and became a pioneer in silent comedic movies. 3 Early in his film career, Chaplin developed his signature character, the “Little Tramp,” who amused audiences repeatedly with his clever physical comedy and endearing sensitivity. Modest yet clearly intelligent, shy yet always at the center of action, the 4 Tramp’s embodiment was the genius of Chaplin’s artistry .

 
 
 
 

9. The nth term of a sequence is given by the expression bn + 4, where b is a positive constant. Which of the following is necessarily equal to b?

 
 
 
 

10.  

The Little Tramp

Few people have had as strong an impact on an industry 1 as the impact that Charlie Chaplin had on the world of film. 2 Born in 1889 into an impoverished London family, Chaplin crossed the Atlantic and became a pioneer in silent comedic movies. 3 Early in his film career, Chaplin developed his signature character, the “Little Tramp,” who amused audiences repeatedly with his clever physical comedy and endearing sensitivity. Modest yet clearly intelligent, shy yet always at the center of action, the 4 Tramp’s embodiment was the genius of Chaplin’s artistry .

 
 
 
 

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