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CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest 2a Domain 2: Math
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Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. SA = 6a
Cube
Proportion
Multiplying monomials with polynomials and polynomials with polynomials
Equation
2. P = 2a + 2b P = 2(a + b) A = bh
Parallelogram
Slope of parallel lines
Linear equation
Origin
3. SA = 4pr
Slope of parallel lines
Cube
Equation
Sphere
4. The point at which the two axes intersect  Represented by the coordinates (0 0)  often marked simply 0
In quadrant II
Factoring out a common factor
Origin
Proportion
5. Slope values will be opposite reciprocals
Slope of parallel lines
Rectangular Prism
Slope of perpendicular lines
Undefined/no slope
6. x is always positive and y is always positive
In quadrant I
Evaluating expressions
In quadrant III
Cylinder
7. A relationship between numbers and/or symbols that says two expressions have the same value  Solving an equation for a variable requires that you find a value or an expression that has the desired variable on one side of the equation and everything
Adding and subtracting monomials
Prisms in general
Trapezoid
Equation
8. Check to see if you can monomial factor (factor out common terms). Then  if A = 1 (the first term is simply x
Circle
In quadrant I
Factoring polynomials that have three terms: Ax
Factoring
9. An algebraic expression that consists of two or more terms separated with either addition or subtraction
If the sign of the last term is positive
Polynomial
Multiplying monomials
In quadrant I
10. x axis or abscissa  Numbers to the right of 0 are positive and to the left of 0 are negative
Equation
Horizontal axis
In quadrant II
Factoring
11. The point at which the line passes through the y  axis  The b in the y = mx + b form
Prisms in general
In quadrant I
y  intercept
y  coordinate
12. An ordered pair of numbers by which each point on a coordinate graph is located  Coordinates show the points' location on the graph  Shown as (x  y)
Coordinates/ordered pairs
Similar triangles
Slope of perpendicular lines
Slope value
13. Graphs of equations in two variables (usually x and y) can be formed by finding ordered pairs that make the equation true  and then connecting these points
Cube
Equation
Multiplying monomials
Graphing equations
14. A statement that says that two expressions written in fraction form are equal to one another  Proportions are quickly solved using a cross multiplying technique
In quadrant IV
Proportion
Factoring out a common factor
Vertical axis
15. Line rises as it goes to the right
Positive slope
In quadrant II
Slope value
Evaluating expressions
16. P = 4a A = a
Similar triangles
Trapezoid
Slope of parallel lines
Square
17. SA = 2(lw + lh + wh) SA = (Base  per)h + 2(Base  area) V = lwh V = (Base  area)h
Factoring out a common factor
Vertical axis
x coordinate
Rectangular Prism
18. SA = (Base  per)h + 2(Base  area) V = (Base  area)h
In quadrant II
x coordinate
Slope of parallel lines
Prisms in general
19. Line falls as it goes to the right
If the sign of the last term is positive
Rhombus
Quadrants
Negative slope
20. Same slope values
Adding and subtracting polynomials
In quadrant IV
Slope of parallel lines
To decide on the signs of the numbers
21. Insert the value(s) given for the unknown(s) and do the arithmetic  making sure to follow the rules for the order of operations.
Coordinates/ordered pairs
Vertical axis
Adding and subtracting monomials
Evaluating expressions
22. Find two numbers whose product is the last term and whose sum is the coefficient of the middle term  Give both factors the sign of the middle term  If A ? 1 (if the first term has a coefficient different than 1
In quadrant IV
Solving quadratic equations
If the sign of the last term is positive
y  coordinate
23. P = 4a A = ah
Linear equation
Rectangular Prism
Prisms in general
Rhombus
24. P = a + b + c A = (bh)/2
Slope value
Adding and subtracting monomials
Triangle
Rectangle
25. x is always negative and y is always negative
In quadrant III
Origin
y  coordinate
Rectangular Prism
26. P = 2b + 2h P = 2(b + h) A = bh
Quadrants
Adding and subtracting polynomials
Similar triangles
Rectangle
27. If the sign of the last term is negative: Find two numbers whose product is the last term and whose difference is the coefficient (number in front) of the middle term  Give the larger of the two numbers the sign of the middle term  and give the opp
Polynomial
Sphere
To decide on the signs of the numbers
Rectangle
28. x is always negative and y is always negative
Rectangle
Factoring out a common factor
In quadrant II
x coordinate
29. SA = (Base  per)h + 2(Base  area) SA = 2prh + 2pr
Multiplying monomials
Factoring the difference between two squares
Cylinder
y  intercept
30. When an expression has a positive integer exponent  it indicates repeated multiplication (Multiply numbers and add exponents on like term variables)
Positive slope
Polynomial
Cube
Multiplying monomials
31. Must be like terms (like terms have exactly the same variables with exactly the same exponents on them)
Adding and subtracting monomials
Factoring
Monomial
In quadrant II
32. A quadratic equation is an equation that could be written as Ax
Solving quadratic equations
Similar triangles
Undefined/no slope
Horizontal axis
33. Line is vertical
Slope of parallel lines
Vertical axis
Undefined/no slope
Factoring the difference between two squares
34. The first number in the ordered pair  Shows how far to the right or left of 0 the point is
Factoring out a common factor
Slope value
Rhombus
x coordinate
35. Formed by two perpendicular number lines (coordinate axes)
Positive slope
Zero slope
Factoring out a common factor
Coordinate graphs
36. Four quarters that the coordinate graph is divided into
Factoring
Factoring the difference between two squares
Sphere
Quadrants
37. An algebraic expression that consists of only one term
Polynomial
Zero slope
Positive slope
Monomial
38. Have corresponding sides forming proportions
Polynomial
Coordinates/ordered pairs
Similar triangles
Trapezoid
39. Find the square root of the first term and the square root of the second term  Express your answer as the product of the sum of the quantities from step 1 times the difference of those quantities
Square
Factoring the difference between two squares
y  coordinate
Horizontal axis
40. y  axis or ordinate  Numbers above 0 are positive and numbers below 0 are negative
Vertical axis
Quadrants
Square
Polynomial
41. Finding two or more quantities whose product equals the original quantity
Quadrants
Horizontal axis
Multiplying monomials
Factoring
42. Add or subtract the like terms in the polynomials together
Coordinates/ordered pairs
Factoring the difference between two squares
Factoring out a common factor
Adding and subtracting polynomials
43. A quadratic with a term missing
Linear equation
Coordinate graphs
Incomplete quadratic
Slope of parallel lines
44. The second number in the ordered pair  Shows how far up or down the point is from 0
y  coordinate
Vertical axis
Origin
Polynomial
45. A statement in which the relationships are not equal  Instead of using an equal sign (=) as in an equation  we use > (greater than) and < (less than)  or = (greater than or equal to) and = (less than or equal to).  When working with inequalities
Factoring out a common factor
Inequality
Equation
Positive slope
46. Find the largest common monomial factor of each term  Divide the original polynomial by this factor to obtain the second factor (the second factor will be a polynomial)
Slope value
Circle
Factoring out a common factor
Triangle
47. P = b1 + b2 + x + y A = [h(b1 + b2)]/2
Trapezoid
Prisms in general
Negative slope
Undefined/no slope
48. Use the distributive property
Rectangular Prism
Monomial
Sphere
Multiplying monomials with polynomials and polynomials with polynomials
49. Line is horizontal
Zero slope
y  coordinate
Graphing equations
x coordinate
50. An equation whose points  when connected  form a line  Can be written in the form  'y = mx + b'
Horizontal axis
Linear equation
In quadrant III
Positive slope