Slope Post-Assessment
 1. 1. (F4)Sara starts with \$80 a week and spends \$10 per week. Which graph shows this?A) AB) CC) DD) B2. 2. (F4)Darcy pulls the plug in the bathtub. The amount of water, in gallons, left in the tub overtime is shown in the graph provided. Which of the following statements are true? (check all that apply!) Notice that these answers are "boxes" instead of squares. This is an indicator that more than one answer is necessary.A) The graph is a linear relationship.B) 8 represents the y-intercept/initial valueC) The slope of the line is -5D) As the time increases, the amount of water increases3. 3. (F4)Decide which represents the correct equation in slope-intercept form for the table.A) y = 1/3x + 1B) y = -1/3x - 2C) y = 3x - 2D) y = -3/1x - 24. 4. (F4)Based on this graph, determine the equation for the line shown:A) y = x + 1B) y = 2x + 1C) y = 1x + 2D) y = 2x5. 5. (EE5)Indicate the two equivalent Slopes:A) 3/9 and 6/12B) 10/20 and 2/4C) -3/4 and -3/8D) 1/2 and 2/16. 6. (EE5)Lisa and Ashton disagreed on the slope of the line in the picture. Lisa said the slope was 2 and Ashton said it was 4/2. Who is correct?A) LisaB) Neither are correctC) AshtonD) Both are correct7. 7. (EE5)Calculate the slope of a line that contains the following pair of points:(-1,5) and (2,7).A) 3/2B) 6/5C) -2/3D) 2/38. 8. (EE5)Joe and Jennifer are comparing how many hot dogs they can eat per minute. Who can eat the most hot dogs per minute?A) This data cannot be compared because Jennifer's info is not in a graph.B) Jennifer can eat more hot dogs than JoeC) Joe can eat more hot dogs than Jennifer9. 13. (EE6)Explain why ∆ACB is similar to ∆DFE and deduce that AB has the same slope as BE . Choose the BEST answerA) ABC is similar to DFE because they both are graphed on a lineB) ABC is similar to DFE because they both share a proportional slope.C) ABC is similar to DFE because they are both triangles10. 14. (EE6)What can be concluded by these two triangles?A) They show that the two triangles are congruent because they share the same slope which is 3/2B) The triangles show different slopes, therefore they are not similar trianglesC) The triangles do not describe the slope.D) Triangle A represents a positive slope and triangle B represents a negative slope.11. EE515.A) Fred's claim is correct because the triangles are on opposite sides of the line. So, one slope is less than the other.B) Fred's claim is incorrect because the ratio of the height to the base of Fred's triangle is 2/4 . Jenny's triangle has a ratio of the height to the base of 3/6. These ratios are equivalent.C) Fred's claim is correct because the triangles are 2 different sizes.D) Fred's claim is incorrect because Fred's slope is greater than Jenny's slope.12. EE516. John is saving money in his savings account. Write an equation in slope-intercept form that models this situation.**note - please type this in the space provided WITHOUT using spaces. (the computer will count wrong if you use spaces)13. EE517. Please enter a fraction in the space provided IN SIMPLEST FORM!14. EE618. What is the slope of line TP?Enter your answer in simplest form!
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