Jan 04, 2016

Ohio Graduation Test 2006 MathData Analysis and Probability : Benchmark A 27; Benchmark B 9; Benchmark C 35; Benchmark D 22; Benchmark E 44; Benchmark F 2; Benchmark H 31, 39; Benchmark J 5, 14Geometry and Spatial Sense: Benchmark B 37; Benchmark C 25; Benchmark D 29; Benchmark E 11; Benchmark G 40 Measurement: Benchmark A 34; Benchmark B 13, 30; Benchmark C 42; Benchmark D 7, 12; Benchmark E 3Number Sense: Benchmark A 26; Benchmark B 38; Benchmark D 23; Benchmark G 4, 8; Benchmark H 33; Benchmark I 43Patterns, Functions and Algebra: Benchmark A 15; Benchmark B 6; Benchmark C 28; Benchmark D 36; Benchmark E 24; Benchmark F 1; Benchmark G 32; Benchmark H 10; Benchmark J 41 Not slated for Public Release as of 7/1/09:Questions: 16 - 21To print a PDF of the OGT Test, go to www.ode.state.oh.us

1. A producer has $2 million budgeted for costs related to filming a movie on location. She estimates the costs to be: c = $108,000n + $175,000 where c = costs in dollars and n = number of days. What is the greatest number of days she can film on location and remain within the budget?A. 11 days B. 16 days C. 18 days D. 20 daysindex

2. A scientist is studying the effect of rainfall on the height of a certain species of sunflower. The scatterplot shows the results. What conclusion do the data support? indexA. This species of sunflower will not grow over 7 feet high. B. With over 4.0 centimeters of rain per week, this species of sunflower will grow over 12 feet high. C. If the rainfall is less than 2 centimeters, then this species of sunflower can still reach its maximum height. D. This species of sunflower grows tallest when there are between 2.5 and 3 centimeters of rain per week.

3. Jennifer wants to close off a rectangular area in her lawn so that she can leave her dog outside. She buys enough fencing to close off 252 square feet of lawn. If the length of the enclosure is 21 feet, what is the width?A. 12 feet B. 14 feet C. 231 feet D. 273 feetindex

4. Adam was going to buy a new lawn mower from Lawn Care Depot for $169, less a 10% discount. He saw the same mower on sale at Tractors-R-Us. Their mower originally cost $210 and was on sale for 13 off. In your Answer Document, determine the sale price of the mower at each store. Show your work or provide an explanation to support your answer. Identify which store would be the most economical place to purchase the mower. (2 points)indexScoring GuidelinesWrite the answer on separate paper.

5. Teresa is playing a new board game. She must spin the spinner twice and get the same number both times in order to place her piece on the board. The diagram below shows the result of her first spin. Each number on the spinner has an equal chance of occurring. What is the probability that Teresas next spin will allow her to move her piece onto the board? /index

6. Which graph represents a linear function?Picture Choice 1Picture Choice 2Picture Choice 3Picture Choice 4index

7. Alicia is 5 feet tall. She casts a shadow that measures 6 feet long at the same time that a sculpture in the park casts a shadow 12 feet long. Which of the following is the approximate height of the sculpture?A. 9 feet B. 16 feet C. 27 feet D. 78 feetindex

8. Jerry is planning to buy a stereo system priced at $840 through an installment plan. This plan requires a down payment of $190 and 24 monthly payments of $32.35. How much more will Jerry pay for the stereo system by using the installment plan rather than paying cash?A. $ 63.60 B. $ 126.40 C. $ 253.60 D. $ 650.00index

9. Which graphical representation would be most useful in comparing the change in average earnings of male employees versus average earnings of female employees over the course of a 50-year period?A. circle graph B. double line graph C. box-and-whisker plot D. back-to-back stem-and-leaf plotindex

10. Mrs. Foyle told Yolanda that her test had 38 problems worth a total of 100 points. Each test problem is worth either 5 points or 2 points. Yolanda wanted to determine how many 2-point and how many 5-point questions are on the test. In your Answer Document, determine how many questions of each point-value are on the test. Show your work or provide an explanation to support your answer. (2 points)indexScoring GuidelinesWrite the answer on separate paper.

11. The figure shows the net for a three-dimensional object. When folded, which object will this net produce?Picture Choice 1Picture Choice 2Picture Choice 3Picture Choice 4index

12. Jennifer is designing a quilt. The pattern for one part is shown in the rectangle. Triangles ADC and EBF are similar. AB=BC. What is the length of EF? A. 5 in. B. 6 in. C. 10 in. D. 12 in. index

13. An aquarium is 60 centimeters long, 20 centimeters wide and 30 centimeters high. What volume of water, in cubic centimeters, does the aquarium contain if it is 2/3 full? A. 1,200 cm3B. 11,000 cm3C. 24,000 cm3D. 36,000 cm3 index

14. Jack has a box with 10 unlabeled computer CD-ROMs. He knows that 2 are music CDs, 3 are game CDs, and 5 are picture CDs. Jack randomly selects a CD from the box. Which value represents the probability that the selected CD is a music or picture CD? 1/103/107/104/5index

15. The first five rows of a number array are shown.

What is the sum of the numbers in row 8? A. 175 B. 224 C. 231 D. 260 index

22. The following table contains math contest scores of two teams in a high school math contest.

In your Answer Document, calculate the mean and median for each team. Determine which team scored better in the contest by comparing these measures. (2 points)indexScoring GuidelinesWrite the answer on separate paper.

23. The figure shows four points on the number line. Which point represents 27? RSTVindex

24. The graph, as shown, represents the amount of money Sarah can earn at her part-time job. Which of the following equations best represents the relationship between Sarahs pay and the hours she works? A. y = 4x B. y = 6.5x C. y = 4x + 10 D. y = 6.5x + 10 index

25. A worker painted stripes for spaces in a parking lot. The worker first painted a center stripe that marked the front of the parking spaces. Then he painted parallel stripes marking the sides. Which angles will be congruent to angle 1 if all the side stripes are parallel? A. 2 and 3 B. 2 and 5 C. 3 and 5 D. 4 and 5 index

26. The power output of a nuclear reactor is 2.4 107 watts. Which number expresses the same value in standard notation? A. 2,400,000 watts B. 9,400,000 watts C. 16,800,000 watts D. 24,000,000 watts index

27. The scatterplot below indicates the number of sit-ups and push-ups completed by each student in Mr. Jenkins physical education class. If Mary did 35 push-ups, approximately how many sit-ups did she complete? A. 30 B. 35 C. 45 D. 50 index

28. The maximum heart rate is the highest number of beats per minute recommended for a person while exercising. The rate is dependent upon the age of the person as shown below. The relationship is linear. In your Answer Document, copy and complete the table. Write an equation that can be used to find the maximum heart rate for any age. Show your work or provide an explanation for how you determined your equation. (2 points) indexScoring GuidelinesWrite the answer on separate paper.

29. Three vertices of a quadrilateral are (1, 1), (1, 2) and (5, 2). When used as the last vertex, which point would make the quadrilateral a trapezoid? A. (3, 0) B. (3, 2) C. (5, 0) D. (7, 1) index

30. Artie constructed a decorative planter using ten 4-inch squares attached to a rectangular base as shown below. What is the volume of his planter? A. 160 cubic inches B. 192 cubic inches C. 256 cubic inches D. 384 cubic inches index

31. Marty bought 4 new books today. He plans to read 2 of these while on vacation. How many combinations of 2 books from the group of 4 books could he choose to read? A. 2 B. 4 C. 6 D. 12 index

32. Which equation is equivalent to A. (x 40)(x 60) = 0 B. (x 30)(x 80) = 0 C. (x + 20)(x 120) = 0 D. (x + 20)(x + 120) = 0 indexx2 100x + 2,400 = 0?

33. Which number is not a perfect square? A. 729 B. 1,280 C. 3,600 D. 5,329 index

34. The diagram below shows the dimensions of a wall that needs to be painted. The door represented by the shaded rectangle is not to be painted. In your Answer Document, determine the area, to the nearest square foot, of the wall that is to be painted. Show your work or provide an explanation for your answer. (2 points)indexScoring GuidelinesWrite the answer on separate paper.

35. A video game company reports the sales of video games for the first 11 months. The companys goal is to sell an average of 5 million games per month. What is the minimum number of video games the company must sell in the 12th month to meet its goal? A. 4.8 B. 5.0 C. 5.2 D. 5.4 index

36. A local art museum charges admission to groups according to the following rates. Groups of fewer than 50 people are charged a rate of $4.00/person. Groups of 50 people or more are charged a reduced rate of $3.50/person. How much money will a group of 49 people save in admission costs if it can recruit one additional member? A. $ 0.50 B. $ 21.00 C. $ 175.00 D. $ 196.00 index

37. ABC DEF. What is the measure of angle D? A. 37 B. 45 C. 53 D. 74 index

38. If X is a real number, which statement is false? A. X may be both an integer and an even number. B. X may be both an integer and a rational number. C. X may be both a rational number and a negative number. D. X may be both a rational number and an irrational number. in

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