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318 PART IV: Four Practice Tests
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REFERENCE INFORMATION
The following information is for your reference in answering some of the questions on this
test.

Volume of a right circular cone with radius r and height h:


1
V 5 pr2h
3
Lateral area of a right circular cone with circumference of the base c and slant
height l:
1
S 5 cl
2
Surface area of a sphere with radius r:

S 5 4pr2

Volume of a pyramid with base area B and height h:

1
V 5 Bh
3

Volume of a sphere with radius r:


4
V 5 3pr3

Notes
You will need a calculator to answer some (but not all) of the questions. You must
decide whether or not to use a calculator for each question. You must use at least a
scientific calculator; you are permitted to use graphing or programmable calculators.

Degree measure is the only angle measure used on this test. Be sure your calculator
is set in degree mode.

The figures that accompany questions on the test are designed to give you informa-
tion that is useful in solving problems. They are drawn as accurately as possible
EXCEPT when stated that a figure is not drawn to scale. Unless otherwise indi-
cated, all figures lie in planes.

The domain of any function f is assumed to be the set of all real numbers x for which
f (x) is a real number, unless otherwise specified.

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ANSWER SHEET PRACTICE TEST 3: LEVEL 1
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MATHEMATICS LEVEL 1

Directions: For each of the following problems, identify the BEST answer of the
choices given. If the exact numerical value is not one of the choices, select the answer
that is closest to this value. Then fill in the corresponding oval on the answer sheet.

1. If 5x 1 3x 5 2x 1 7x 2 5, x 5 5. If 3x2 5 5, (9x2)2 5
(A) 25 (A) 75
(B) 0 (B) 15
(C) 5 (C) 125
5 (D) 225
(D) (E) 25
17
5 6. In the square ABCD below, each side
(E) 2
17 has a length of 5.

2. If t 5 2, (t 2 4)(t 1 3) 5
(A) 22
(B) 210
(C) 5
(D) 10
(E) 3
3
3. For all x Þ 1, 5
2
~x 2 1!2

3~x 2 1!2
(A)
2 The coordinates of vertex C are
6
(B) (A) (6, 1)
~x 2 1!2
(B) (1, 6)
~x 2 1!2 (C) (6, 6)
(C)
6 (D) (5, 5)
2~x 2 1!2 (E) (1, 5)
(D)
3
7. The point of intersection of the graph
(E) 6(x 2 1)2
3x 2 2y 1 6 5 0 with the y-axis is
4. (x 1 y 2 2)(x 1 y 1 2) 5 (A) (0, 23)
(A) 2 2
x 1y 14 (B) (0, 3)
(B) (x 1 y)2 2 4(x 1 y) 2 4 (C) (0, 6)
(C) (x 1 y)2 2 4(x 1 y) 1 4 (D) (0, 26)
(D) x2 1 y2 2 4 (E) (0, 22)
(E) (x 1 y)2 2 4

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8. For three bags, A, B, and C, bag A 12. If 2x 1 y 1 3x 5 2y, x 1 y 5
contains one half the number of
(A) 5x 1 y
apples as bag B, and bag B contains
(B) 5x
one third the number of apples as
(C) 4x
bag C. If bag A has 30 apples, how
(D) 7x
many does bag C have?
(E) 6x
(A) 5
(B) 20 13. If f(x) 5 2x 2 1, f(2.2) 5
(C) 180 (A) 1
(D) 45 (B) 3.4
(E) 90 (C) 2x 2 2.2
(D) 4.4
9. The cube of the square root of a
(E) 2.2
number is 27. The number is
14. If sinu 5 0.6, cosu 5
(A) =3
(B) 18 (A) 0.4
(C) 81 (B) 0.64
(D) 3 (C) 0.8
(E) 9 (D) 0.5
(E) 1
10. In the following figure, lines A and B
are parallel and are intersected by 15. If 23 • 22 5 2k, the value of k 5
line C.
(A) 5
(B) 6
(C) 3
(D) 2
(E) 1

16. What is the value of f(2x 2 3), if


1
f ~x! 5 2 and x Þ 0?
x

(A) 1
2
2x 2 3
The measure of angle m is (B) 2x 2 3
(C) 2x2 2 3
(A) 120° 1
(B) 60° (D)
~2x 2 3!2
(C) 300°
(D) 420° 1
(E)
(E) 240° 2x 2 3

11. If x 1 y 5 5 and x 1 2y 5 7, then 17. If your daily income increases from


x5 $60 to $72, what is the percentage of
increase?
(A) 3
(B) 2 (A) 12%
(C) 0 (B) 16%
(D) 5 (C) 84%
(E) 4 (D) 120%
(E) 20%

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18. If ?x 2 3? . 2, which of the following 23. If the polygon below is a square with
is true? sides that are 6 each, then the length
of segment BD is
(A) 25 , x , 1
(B) x51
(C) x , 1 or x . 5
(D) x55
(E) 1,x,5

19. A rectangular box of size 100 3 50 3 20


cubic cm has to be wrapped. If
wrapping paper costs $1.20 per
square meter, what will it cost to
wrap the box?
(A) $1.20
(B) $2.40
(C) $2.04 (A) 72
(D) $1.92 (B) 36
(E) $0.96 (C) 12
(D) 6=2
20. If 5 peaches sell for $7.50, how much (E) 6
will 8 peaches sell for?
24. In triangle ABC, AB 5 AC and
(A) $1.50 m∠ABC 5 55°. What is the measure
(B) $16 of ∠BAC?
(C) $12
(D) $15
(E) $10

21. If a mixture of 2 compounds, A and


B, contains 30% A and 70% B, how
many mg of A are present in 30 mg
of the compound?
(A) 9 mg
(B) 21 mg
(C) 5 mg
(D) 15 mg (A) 55°
(E) 25 mg (B) 70°
(C) 110°
22. If a line A is parallel to line (D) 60°
y 5 3x 2 6 and it cuts the y-axis at (E) 35°
point (0, 4), then the equation of the
line is
(A) y 5 3x 2 4
(B) y 5 4x
(C) y 5 3x 1 4
2x
(D) y 5 14
3
(E) y 5 3x

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25. A regular hexagon is made up of 6 28. What is the length of chord AB of the
equilateral triangles. Segment OA is circle centered at the origin in the
3 cm long. The perimeter of the following figure?
hexagon is

(A) 8
(A) 9 cm (B) 1.414
(B) 15 cm (C) 4
(C) 18 cm (D) 32
(D) 27 cm (E) 5.656
(E) 36 cm
29. In the following figure, the length of
26. A road on a hill is elevated at an arc ACB is
angle of 30°. If a man drives 5
meters on the road, how high does he
go above the starting point?
(A) 2.5 m
(B) 5m
(C) 4.3 m
(D) 1.73 m
(E) 3.25 m

27. If the midpoint of a horizontal line


segment with a length of 8 is (3, 22),
then the coordinates of its endpoints
are (A) 31.4
(B) 0.393
(A) (1, 22) and (9, 22) (C) 3.142
(B) (3, 26) and (3, 2) (D) 3.93
(C) (3, 0) and (3, 8) (E) 5
(D) (21, 22) and (7, 22)
(E) (0, 22) and (8, 22)

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30. The solid in the figure below is the
shaded part of a cone with a height
32. Î 2
3
can also be written as

of 10 cm obtained by cutting its top 2


parallel to the base, 10 cm from its (A)
tip. The volume of the solid is
=3
=2
(B)
3
4
(C)
9
=3
(D)
3
=6
(E)
3

33. A three-character combination lock is


made of digits and letters chosen
from the following three sets:
(A) 188.52 cm3 A 5 {0, 1, 2,...9}, B 5 {A, B, C,...Z},
(B) 23.57 cm3 and C 5 {0, 1, 2,...9}.
(C) 164.93 cm3
If the combination is such that each
(D) 145.29 cm3
of the three positions can be one digit
(E) 152.68cm3 or letter from A, B, and C respec-
31. The area of an isosceles right tively, how many unique combina-
tions are possible?
triangle inscribed in the circle with
center at O and radius 5=2 is (A) 126
(B) 36
(C) 2,600
(D) 520
(E) 270

34. If an ant completely traverses a


circular path in 12 seconds, how
many degrees does it turn by in 2
seconds?
(A) 30°
(B) 60°
(C) 15°
(A) 100 (D) 90°
(B) 50 (E) 120°
(C) 10=2
(D) 25=2
(E) 50=2

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35. In the following figure, what is the 38. In the figure below, triangles ABC
value of x if u 5 35°? and CED are similar. What is the
x
value of ?
y

(A) 9.83
(B) 8.29
(C) 7.63
(D) 8.40
(E) 10.12

36. The acceleration of a car is a function


of the time elapsed since it started to
accelerate. If t represents the time
lapsed since the car started to 3
(A)
accelerate and a(t) represents the 7
acceleration of the car, given by 4
a(t) 5 16t2 1 100t 1 75, what is the (B)
7
acceleration of the car 5 seconds after
4
it started to accelerate? (C)
55
(A) 900 3
(B) 975 (D)
4
(C) 1,050
(D) 1,195 4
(E)
(E) 850 3

37. (sinu 1 cosu)2 is the same as 39. For function f, where f(x) 5 (1 1 2x)2
is defined for 21 ≤ x ≤ 2, what is the
(A) sin2u 1 cos2u range of f?
(B) 1
(C) 1 1 2sinu cos u (A) 0 ≤ f(x) ≤ 5
(D) 1 2 2 sinu cos u (B) 21 ≤ f(x) ≤ 2
(E) sin2u 1 1 (C) 1 ≤ f(x) ≤ 25
(D) 0 ≤ f(x) ≤ 25
(E) 1 ≤ f(x) ≤ 5

40. Town A is located at point (3, 5) on


the map and town B is at point
(8, 11). What is the shortest distance
between the two towns?

(A) =61
(B) 61
(C) =11
(D) 11
(E) =13

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41. A certain bacteria is growing at a 44. In the right circular cylinder shown
rate of 4 percent each day. If the below, O and X are the centers of the
culture of bacteria has 5,000 bacteria bases and AB is a diameter of one of
today, how many bacteria will be the bases. If the perimeter of DAXB
present 10 days from now? is 36 and the radius of base of the
cylinder is 5, the height of the
(A) 7,500
cylinder is
(B) 7,400
(C) 7,300
(D) 7,200 O
(E) 7,100

42. In the figure below, p 5 70° and


90 , q° , 150. Then, the value of (r
1 s) can be described as

(A) 12
(B) 13.66
(C) 14.66
(D) 11.37
(E) 10.85
(A) 0 ≤ r 1 s ≤ 290
45. If f(x) 5 x2 1 2x 2 1 and
(B) 290 ≤ r 1 s ≤ 360
g(t) 5 t 1 1, f(g(t)) 5
(C) 0 ≤ r 1 s ≤ 70
(D) 140 ≤ r 1 s ≤ 200 (A) (x2 1 2x 2 1) 1 (t 1 1)
(E) 90 ≤ r 1 s ≤ 150 (B) (x2 1 2x 2 1)(t 1 1)
(C) t2 1 4t 1 2
43. Consider n buckets arranged in a (D) (x2 1 2x 2 1) 11
row. We put one marble in the first (E) t2 1 2t 2 1
one. Every successive bucket gets
twice the number of marbles as the 46. One ball is drawn from a bag
previous bucket. How many marbles containing 3 white, 4 red, and 5 blue
will the nth bucket contain? balls. What is the probability that it
is a white or red ball?
(A) 2n
(B) 1 1 2(n 2 1) 12
(C) 2(n 2 1) (A)
144
(D) 2n 7
(E) 2n 2 1 (B)
144
3
(C)
12
7
(D)
12
4
(E)
12

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47. The equations of asymptotes to the 49. What is the value (sin2u 1 cos2u 2 4)2
x2 y2 if sinu 5 0.63?
hyperbola 2 5 1 are
36 25 (A) 3
25 225 (B) 9
(A) y 5 x and y 5 x (C) 6.78
36 36
(D) 10.17
5 25
(B) y 5 x and y 5 x (E) 8.39
6 6
36 236 50. (a2)3 1 (b2)(b3) 5
(C) y 5 x and y 5 x
25 25 (A) a5 1 b5
6 26 (B) a6 1 b6
(D) y 5 x and y 5 x
5 5 (C) a5 1 b6
1 1 (D) a6 1 b5
(E) y 5 x and y 5 x (E) a6b5
25 36

48. In a group of 10 people who have


salaries ranging from $75,000 to
$200,000, the salary of the person
earning the maximum is increased
from $200,000 to $225,000. What is
true about the current mean and
median as compared to before the
salary increase?
(A) The mean and median remain
the same.
(B) The mean increases but the
median stays the same.
(C) The mean stays the same but
the median increases.
(D) Both the mean and the median
increase.
(E) None of the above.

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