Algebra 1 Final Exam
This 60 question test works great as a final exam, or practice for a state test. The test covers the following objectives:
-Solve multi-step equations and inequalities.
-Identify properties used while solving an equation or inequality.
-Translate a verbal expression.
-Simplify a numerical expression containing square roots and cube roots.
-Identify the domain and range of a function given ordered pairs, equations, or graphs.
-Determine if a relation represents a function.
-Evaluate a function for a given domain value(s).
-Identify the slope of a graphed line.
-Identify the slope of a line given two ordered points on the line.
-Identify the graph of a line given its equation.
-Identify the equation of a vertical or horizontal line.
-Identify the equation of line after a translation.
-Write the equation of a line given a point and slope.
-Write the equation of a line given two points on the line.
-Solve a system of equations.
-Determine if a system of equations has one solution, infinite solution, or no solution.
-Use a system of equations to solve a real-world application.
-Identify the graph of a system of linear inequalities.
-Simplify an expression using the rules of exponents.
-Simplify a non-perfect square root and non-perfect cube root.
-Simplify a radical expression containing variables.
-Add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials.
-Factor polynomials (including GCF, difference of squares, and trinomials)
-Identify the graph of a quadratic equation by identifying its roots.
-Solve a quadratic equation.
-Determine whether a direct or inverse variation exists.
-Identify the correct equation or graph of a direct or inverse variation.
-Identify the line of best fit given a graph.
-Calculate the line of best fit or curve of best fit given a data set.
-Make predictions based upon the equation of a line of best fit or curve of best fit.
-Calculate the mean, median, and mode of a data set.
-Analyze data given in a box-and-whisker plot.
-Calculate the mean absolute deviation, standard deviation, and variance of a data set.
-Calculate the z-score of an element in a data set.
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