High School Math based on the topics required for the Regents Exam conducted by NYSED.
The following are the worked solutions for the Algebra 2(Common Core) Regents High School Examination June 2018.
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13. The profit function, p(x), for a company is the cost function, c(x), computations. subtracted from the revenue function, r(x). The profit function for the Acme Corporation is p(x) = 0.5x2 + 250x - 300 and the revenue function is r(x) = 0.3x2 + 150x. The cost function for the Acme Corporation is
14. The populations of two small towns at the beginning of 2018 and their annual population growth rate are shown in the table below.
Assuming the trend continues, approximately how many years after the beginning of 2018 will it take for the populations to be equal?
15. What is the inverse of f(x) = x 3 - 2?
16. A 4th degree polynomial has zeros 5, 3, i, and -i. Which graph could represent the function defined by this polynomial?
17. The weights of bags of Graseck’s Chocolate Candies are normally distributed with a mean of 4.3 ounces and a standard deviation of 0.05 ounces. What is the probability that a bag of these chocolate candies weighs less than 4.27 ounces?
If G(t) is the average price of gas in dollars and t represents the number of months since January 1st, the absolute maximum G(t) reaches over the given domain is about
18. The half-life of iodine-131 is 8 days. The percent of the isotope left in the body d days after being introduced is I = 100(1/2)d/8. When this equation is written in terms of the number e, the base of the natural logarithm, it is equivalent to I = 100ekd. What is the approximate value of the constant, k?
19. The graph of y = log2 x is translated to the right 1 unit and down 1 unit. The coordinates of the x-intercept of the translated graph are
20. For positive values of x, which expression is equivalent to
21. Which equation represents a parabola with a focus of (2,5) and a directrix of y = 9?
22. Given the following polynomials
Which identity is true?
23. On average, college seniors graduating in 2012 could compute their growing student loan debt using the function D(t) = 29,400(1.068)t, where t is time in years. Which expression is equivalent to 29,400(1.068)t and could be used by students to identify an approximate daily interest rate on their loans?
24. A manufacturing plant produces two different-sized containers of peanuts. One container weighs x ounces and the other weighs y pounds. If a gift set can hold one of each size container, which expression represents the number of gift sets needed to hold 124 ounces?
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25. A survey about television-viewing preferences was given to randomly selected freshmen and seniors at Fairport High School. The results are shown in the table below.
A student response is selected at random from the results. State the exact probability the student response is from a freshman, given the student prefers to watch reality shows on television.
26. On the grid below, graph the function f(x) = x3 - 6x2 + 9x + 6 on the domain 1 ≤ x ≤ 4.
27. Solve the equation 2x2 + 5x + 8 = 0. Express the answer in a + bi form.
28. Chuck’s Trucking Company has decided to initiate an Employee of the Month program. To determine the recipient, they put the following sign on the back of each truck.
The driver who receives the highest number of positive comments will win the recognition. Explain one statistical bias in this data collection method.
29. Determine the quotient and remainder when (6a2 + 11a2 - 4a - 9) is divided by (3a - 2). Express your answer in the form q(a) + r(a)/d(a).
30. The recursive formula to describe a sequence is shown below.
a1 = 3
an = 1 + 2an-1
State the first four terms of this sequence.
Can this sequence be represented using an explicit geometric formula? Justify your answer.
31. The Wells family is looking to purchase a home in a suburb of Rochester with a 30-year mortgage that has an annual interest rate of 3.6%. The house the family wants to purchase is $152,500 and they will make a $15,250 down payment and borrow the remainder. Use the formula below to determine their monthly payment, to the nearest dollar.
32. An angle, θ, is in standard position and its terminal side passes through the point (2,1). Find the exact value of sin θ.
33. Solve algebraically for all values of x:
34. Joseph was curious to determine if scent improves memory. A test was created where better memory is indicated by higher test scores. A controlled experiment was performed where one group was given the test on scented paper and the other group was given the test on unscented paper. The summary statistics from the experiment are given below.
Calculate the difference in means in the experimental test grades (scented – unscented).
A simulation was conducted in which the subjects’ scores were rerandomized into two groups 1000 times. The differences of the group means were calculated each time. The results are shown below.
Use the simulation results to determine the interval representing the middle 95% of the difference in means, to the nearest hundredth.
Is the difference in means in Joseph’s experiment statistically significant based on the simulation? Explain.
35. Carla wants to start a college fund for her daughter Lila. She puts $63,000 into an account that grows at a rate of 2.55% per year, compounded monthly. Write a function, C(t), that represents the amount of money in the account t years after the account is opened, given that no more money is deposited into or withdrawn from the account.
Calculate algebraically the number of years it will take for the account to reach $100,000, to the nearest hundredth of a year.
36. The height, h(t) in cm, of a piston, is given by the equation h(t) = 12cos(π/3 + t) + 8, where t represents the number of seconds since the measurements began.
Determine the average rate of change, in cm/sec, of the piston’s height on the interval 1 ≤ t ≤ 2.
At what value(s) of t, to the nearest tenth of a second, does h(t) 0 in the interval 1 ≤ t ≤ 5? Justify your answer.
37. Website popularity ratings are often determined using models that incorporate the number of visits per week a website receives. One model for ranking websites is P(x) log(x 4), where x is the number of visits per week in thousands and P(x) is the website’s popularity rating. According to this model, if a website is visited 16,000 times in one week, what is its popularity rating, rounded to the nearest tenth?
Graph y = P(x) on the axes below.
An alternative rating model is represented by R(x) = 1/2 x - 6, where x is the number of visits per week in thousands. Graph R(x) on the same set of axes. For what number of weekly visits will the two models provide the same rating?
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