Algebra I Keystone ExamSample Questions Problems taken from: Keystone Exams: Algebra I Assessment Anchors and Eligible Content http://static.pdesas.org/Content/Documents/KYST_ALG1_AAEC_Smpl_Qstns_Glssry_April-2012.pdf

A1.1.1 The width of the new frame is 1 inch. To do this problem I factored into to find the length and height of the canvas and frame. The new height, h + 2, is 2 more than the height of the canvas, h, so the new frame must add a total of 2 inches, 1 on each side.

A1.1.1 Step 1 is incorrect. should be broken down into the product of its factors,

A1.1.1 The solution using the corrected step would be: 7

A1.1.2 6 hours

A1.1.2 3 hours

A1.1.2 From 0 hours up to 5 hours, Pat saves more money than Alex. At 5 hours they have saved the same and at all points after 5 hours, Alex will have saved more money.

A1.1.2 x-variable: the number of bowls y-variable: the height of the stack of bowls

A1.1.2 8.75 inches

A1.1.3 Dark purple represents solution set

A1.1.3 The maximum profit is represented by the intersection of and . The point (96, 180) is the intersection of these two equations.

A1.1.3 or

A1.2.1 11 6 1

A1.2.1 As the distance driven (d) increases, the amount of gasoline (g) must decline.