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  • 1. Algebra I Warm-Up 1
  • 2. 1. A model airplane has a ratio of 64:3. If the actual plane has a length of 16 ft, what is the length of the model of this plane?
  • 3. 2. If the following figure is rotated 90 ° clockwise, what is the location of B’?
    • (6,-2)
    • (2,-6)
    • (-6,-2)
    • (-2,6)
  • 4.
    • 3. Jerome is planning to paint the walls of a game room? The room measures 16 ft by 22 ft and has 8 ft ceilings. He will put 2 coats of paint on these walls. Each gallon of paint will cover 400 square feet. How many gallons of paint will he need?
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  • 5. 4. If this cylindrical vase were filled with water, approximately how much water would it contain? 4 in. 10 in.
  • 6. 5. If this pattern is continued, how many tiles will be in the fifth term?
    • 13
    • 15
    • 16
    • 21
  • 7. 6. Triangle ABC is a dilation of triangle DEF, shown on the graph below. What is the scale factor used to create triangle ABC?
  • 8. 7. If the following figure is translated left 5 and down 2, what are the coordinates of B’?
    • (5,-2)
    • (1,4)
    • (1,0)
    • (11,0)
  • 9.
    • A rectangle is 3 inches long and 4 inches wide. If both dimensions are doubled, what is the new area?
    • A. 12 sq. in.
    • B. 28 sq. in.
    • C. 24 sq. in.
    • D. 48 sq. in.
  • 10. 9. Which of the following best shows x < -1.5, and y > 2?
    • L
    • M
    • N
    • P
  • 11. 10. A rectangle is 3 inches long and 4 inches wide. If both dimensions are doubled, what is the new perimeter? A. 12 in. B. 14 in. C. 28 in. D. 56 in.
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  • 13. A1warmup1
    • C, obj 9, 8.3B
    • B, obj 6, 8.6B
    • C, obj 10, 8.14A
    • B, obj 8, 8.8C
    • C, obj 10, 8.16A
    • C, obj 6, 8.6A
    • C, obj 6, 8.6A
    • D, obj 8, 8.10A
    • A, obj 6, 8.7D
    • C, obj 8, 8.10A