Select the correct choice for each of the following questions and score a perfect!
As the number of rib baskets purchased increases, the amount of money remaining on the gift card decreases.
The number of rib baskets depends on the amount of money left on the gift card.
The variable g in the equation represents the amount of money left on the gift card.
The ordered pair (6, 20) fits this scenario and equation.
If Shelby purchases 0 rib baskets, she will have $10 remaining on her gift card.
If Shelby purchases 0 rib baskets, she will have $40 remaining on her gift card.
If Shelby purchases 10 rib baskets, her gift card will be worth $10.
If Shelby purchases 10 rib baskets, her gift card will be worth $0.
She would have $7 remaining on the gift card.
She would have $35 remaining on the gift card.
She would have overspent by $15.
She would have overspent by $25.
The amount of time I exercise and the calories that I burn.
The number of times I brush my teeth each day and the number of cavities I have.
The age of a tadpole and the length of its tail.
The amount of time I spend studying and number of cupcakes I eat.
25 hours
40 hours
30 hours
35 hours
Between 85 and 95
Between 75 and 85
Between 65 and 75
Not enough information is given to determine the test score
About 40 hours
About 35 hours
About 50 hours
About 33 hours
The domain is from 0 to 3 hours, inclusive
The range is from 0 to 36 miles, inclusive.
The data for this scenario is continuous.
The data for this scenario is discrete.
The data for this relationship is continuous.
The data for this relationship is discrete.
The domain is $0 to $80, inclusive.
The range is 0 to 8 magazines, inclusive.
Domain: The distance is from 0 to 600 miles. Range: The time is from 0 to 10 hours.
Domain: The time is from 0 to 10 hours. Range: The distance is from 0 to 600 miles.
Domain: The time is from 0 to 11 hours. Range: The distance is from 0 to 600 miles.
Domain: The time is from 0 to 11 hours. Range: The distance is from 0 to 400 miles.
X min = 50, x max = 75, y min = 0, y max = 15
X min = 60, x max = 75, y min = 5, y max = 10
X min = 0, x max = 65, y min = 0, y max = 10
X min = 0, x max = 15, y min = 50, y max = 75
As the weight of the vehicle increases, the gas mileage stays the same.
Vehicles that weigh the least seem to have higher gas mileage.
Vehicles that weigh the most seem to have higher gas mileage.
As the weight of the vehicle decreases, the gas mileage stays the same.