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Math 2

Test Review

Unit 2-Systems of Equations

Name: __ANSWERS_____
Class: ___________

1. Central High School is about to open their fall play. They have sold 560 adult and student tickets. They are
charging $7 for an adult ticket and $5 for a student ticket, and have made $3,500. (A-REI.6)
a. Write a system of equations to represent this problem.
Equation 1: + =

Equation 2: + = ,

b. Solve the system algebraically to find the number of each type of room each ticket that will satisfy the
equations.
=
=

d. Explain using the graph how you know that


your answer from part b is correct.
The graphs intersect at the point 210, 350

Adults

c. Make a complete graph of the system of equation,


to verify your solution. This includes labeling both axes.

Students

2. Solve the systems of equations below using substitution or elimination. Then verify your answer by graphing
the system. (A-REI.6)
a. = 3

7 = 3

(, )

b. 4 + = 2

2 2 = 6

(, )

3a. Complete the tables below using algebra. Be sure to show all work. (A-REI.11)
= + =
= +

-1

-1

-1

-1

15

-5

23

-7

b. What is the solution to the system of equations above? Explain how you know.
The equations are the same at (-1,-1)
c. How does the solution to this system relate to the graphs of the equations? This is where the graphs
intersect

4. Frankie wants to buy 18 pumpkins to decorate his front porch. He is going to purchase white pumpkins for
$12 and orange pumpkins for $8. He ended up spending a total of $192 dollar at the pumpkin patch. (N-Q.1)
This situation is represented by the following system of equations.
+ = 18 and 12 + 8 = 192
a. What do each of the variables represent?
x: white pumpkins

y: orange pumpkins

b. What do each of the equations model?


+ = 18 Models: _how many of each type of pumpkin he purchased, and the total amount he
purchased.
12 + 8 = 192 Models: _How much money he spent on each type of pumpkin, and the total amount
spent _

c. Find the solution to the system using the graph provided. Explain your answer in terms of the context.
Solution: _(, )_

Explanation:
He purchased 12 white pumpkins and 6 orange pumpkins.

Proficiency Level Descriptors


Question 1 & 2

(Question 1)

Standard: A-REI.6 Solve systems of linear equations exactly and approximately (e.g., with
graphs), focusing on pairs of linear equations in two variables.
I can create and solve a system of linear equations exactly and approximately, and use all
solutions to verify.

Level 3

I can solve a system of linear equations exactly and approximately.

Level 4

(Question 2)

Level 2

I can solve a system of linear equations exactly or approximately.

(Question 2)

Level 1

I can start to solve a system of linear equations exactly or approximately.

(Question 2)

Question 3

Standard: A-REI.11 Explain why the x-coordinates of the points where the graphs of the
equations = () and = () intersect are the solutions of the equation () =
().

Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
Level 1

Question 4

I can use algebra to verify that a specific value of x gives the same solution to both ()
and (), and explain that it is the intersection point
I can use algebra to verify that a specific value of x gives the same solution to both ()
and ().
I can use algebra to verify that a specific value of x gives a solution to () or ().

Level 2

Standard: N-Q.1 Use units as a way to understand problems and to guide the solutions
of multi-step problems; choose and interpret units consistently in formulas; choose and
interpret the scale and the origin in graphs and data displays.
In a system of equations, I can interpret and apply the meaning of the variables, their
relationships, and their solutions in the context of a problem.
I can interpret and apply the meaning of the variables and their relationships in the
context of a problem.
I can interpret the meaning of the variables and the entire solution to the system.

Level 1

I can interpret the meaning of the variables.

Level 4
Level 3