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Name Alg1 Q2 Test 2 Review 1/8/07 Test: 1/12/07 1) A 35-minute phone call cost $4.90. Introductory minutes cost $.16/min and additional minutes are $.11/min. How many minutes were billed at each rate? 2) At a movie theater adult tickets cost $9.50 and child tickets cost $5.50. 114 people attended the last showing of The Pursuit of Happyness and $971 was collected at the ticket booth. How many of each ticket was sold? 3) Two trains leave the station at the 2:00 PM. One is traveling east at a rate of 76 mph. The other is traveling west at a rate of 84 mph. At what time will they be 504 miles apart? 4) Two trains leave the station at the 11:30 AM. One is traveling east at a rate of 79 mph. The other is traveling east at a rate of 91 mph. At what time will they be 54.6 miles apart? 5) A jar of change has $75.95 in nickels, dimes, and quarters (no pennies). There are 2 dimes more than 3 times the amount of nickels and 3 quarters less than double the amount of nickels. How many nickels, dimes, and quarters are in the jar? 6) A store sells Derek Jeter jerseys for $185 and Pedro Martinez jerseys for $120 (as his best years are behind him). The store sold 9 more Jeter jerseys than 7 times the Pedro jerseys and total sales were $4,495. How many of each jersey were sold? 7) A phone call cost $4.93. Introductory minutes cost $.22/min and additional minutes are $.15/min. If there 4 more introductory minutes than triple the additional minutes, how many minutes were billed at each rate? 8) Find 5 consecutive integers with a sum of – 415. 9) Find 4 consecutive odd integers such that the sum of the 2nd and 5th is 228. 10) Find 3 consecutive even numbers such that the triple the 1st number is 30 more than the sum of the 2nd and 3rd number. 11) A jar of change has $43.40 in it. There are 6 more nickels than triple the quarters. There is 1 less dime than double the amount of quarters. How many nickels, dimes, and quarters are in the jar? 12) Find 5 consecutive integers such that the sum of the 2nd and 4th is -900. Find the sum of the 3rd and the 5th integers. 13) Find 6 consecutive even integers such that the sum of the 3rd and 4th is 126 less than 4 times the 2nd.