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STAARSTAAR ALGEBRA IIREFERENCE MATERIALSTMState of TexasAssessments ofAcademic ReadinessGENERAL FORMULASSlope of a linem Quadratic formulax y2 y1x2 x12 bb 4 ac2aFACTORINGDifference of squaresa2 b2 (a b)(a b)Difference of cubesa3 b3 (a b)(a2 ab b2)Sum of cubesa3 b3 (a b)(a2 ab b2)LOGARITHMSProductlogb(xy) logb x logb yQuotientlogbPowerlogb(x r ) r logb x()xy logb x logb yCONIC SECTIONSGeneral formAx 2 Bxy Cy 2 Dx Ey F 0(x h)2 (y k)2 r 2CircleParabolaEllipseHyperbolaPage 3(x h)2 4p(y k)(y k)2 4p(x h)(x h)2(y k)2a2(x h)2a2 (y k)2b2(y k)2b2 1 1a2(y k)2a2 (x h)2b2(x h)2b2 1 1

STAAR ALGEBRA IIREFERENCE MATERIALSCIRCUMFERENCECircleC 2π rorC πdAREATriangleA 1 bh2Rectangle or parallelogramA bhRhombusA 1 d1d22TrapezoidA 1 (b1 b2)h2Regular polygonA CircleA πr21aP2SURFACE AREALateralTotalPrismS PhS Ph 2BPyramidS 1 Pl2S 1 Pl B2CylinderS 2π rhS 2π rh 2πr 2ConeS πr lS πr l πr 2SphereS 4π r 2VOLUMEPrism or cylinderV BhPyramid or coneV 1 Bh3SphereV 4 πr 33Page 4

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DIRECTIONSRead each question carefully. For a multiple-choice question, determine the bestanswer to the question from the four answer choices provided. For a griddable question,determine the best answer to the question. Then fill in the answer on your answerdocument.1Some values for the function f(x) log x are given in Table 1.Table 1xTable Which function can generate all the values in Table 2?2Ag(x) x10Bg(x) 10 xCg(x) Dg(x) 10x10xFor what value of c will the graphs of y 2x2 36x c and y 2(x 9)2 18 be thesame?F63G 180H99J144Page 9TX-EOC-A2 Release-Form-May-2013 r3 052813.indd 95/28/2013 12:14:07 PM

3The rectangular patio shown in the diagram below is enclosed on three sides by a fence.lwPatioHouseThe area of this patio is no more than 400 square feet. The total length of the three sides ofthis fence is no more than 60 feet. Which system of inequalities can be used to find values ofl, the patio’s length, and w, the patio’s width, that will satisfy these conditions?Al 2w 60lw 400Cl 2w 60lw 400B2l 2w 60lw 400D2l 2w 60lw 400Page 10TX-EOC-A2 Release-Form-May-2013 r3 052813.indd 105/28/2013 12:14:07 PM

4The graph of the quadratic function f is shown on the grid –25–30What does the solution set for f(x) 0 appear to be?5F{12.5}G{12.5, 25}H{7.5, 17.5}J{7.5, 12.5, 17.5}The cost of printing cookbooks is 2.09 per book plus a one-time setup fee of 349. All taxesare included. Which of the following functions models a(x), the average cost per book ofprinting x cookbooks?Aa(x) 2.09x Ba(x) Ca(x) Da(x) 349x2.09x 349

STAAR ALGEBRA II REFERENCE MATERIALS. State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness. STAAR. TM. FACTORING Difference of squares Difference of cubes . The cost of printing cookbooks is 2.09 per book plus a one-time setup fee of 349. All taxes are included. Which of the following functions models . a (x), the average cost per book of .