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Tina finished of the job. What percent of the job, in decimal form, did she complete?

.44

.55

C. .65

D. .7

B

Place these numbers in ascending order:

40%, 3/5, .5, 9%, 5/8

A. 40%, 9%, 3/5, .5, 5/8

B. 5/8, 3/5, .5, 40%, 9%

C. 9%, 40%, .5, 3/5, 5/8

D. 9%, 40%, 3/5, .5, 5/8

C

An elevator in a large office building started out on the 31st floor. The Elevator went up 22 floors, stopped for a minute and then went down 36 floors. After stopping for a bit, it went up 7 floors. At that time, what was the floor number of the elevator?

18

B. 24

C. 45

D. 89

B

The temperature at 8:00 a.m. was -11°F. By noon the temperature had risen 18°F. Between noon and 6:00 p.m. the temperature dropped 9°F. What was the temperature at 6:00 p.m.?

A.-2°F

B. 9°F

C. 16°F

D. 20°F

A

Two hikers started their morning hike at base camp. In the morning they climbed 671 feet. After lunch they continued by going down 322 feet into a valley. Later that afternoon they continued from the bottom of the valley by climbing another 424 feet up a trail. At that time, how many feet above base camp were they?

A. 349

B. 569

C. 773

D. 1417

C

Given the equation below, which step would solve the problem?

x – 79 = 43

A. Subtract 43 from both sides.

B. Add 43 to both sides.

C. Subtract 79 from both sides.

D. Add 79 to both sides.

D

Given the equation below, which step would solve the problem?

11 = -12 + x

A. Subtract 11 from both sides.

B. Add 12 to both sides.

C. Subtract 12 from both sides.

D. Multiply both sides by 12.

B

Sale! 40% off the regular price of a $90.00 item. What is the sale price?

$54.00

$50.00

C. $36.00

D. $22.50

A

Maria’s book collection totaled 125 books. If she increases this collection by 40%, how many books would she then have?

50

165

175

D. 185

C

Juan finished reading 32 pages of his 80 page book. What percent of the book is this?

32%

40%

C. 80%

D. 256%

B

The voter turnouts at the 3 election sites were 744, 866, and 999.

Which expression shows the best way to estimate the total number of voters?

A. 700 + 800 + 900

B. 800 + 900 + 1,000

C. 700 + 800 + 1,000

D. 700 + 900 + 1,000

D

The basketball team scored 83, 77, and 64 points in their last 3 games.

Which expression shows the best way to estimate the total points scored in these 3 games?

A. 83 + 80 + 60

B. 90 + 70 + 60

C. 80 + 80 + 60

D. 80 + 80 + 70

C

The last 3 days the stock market closed +81, -72, and +17.

Estimate the overall change in the stock market.

A. 10

B. 20

C. 30

D. 40

C

Which point is (2, 0)?

A

B

C

D. D

What are the

coordinates of C?

(0 , 2)

B. (-2 , 0)

C. (2 , 0)

D. (0 , -2)

B

D

Which point is (-3,0)?

A

B. B

C. C

D. D

What are the

coordinates of A?

(0 , 3)

B. (-3 , 0)

C. (3 , 0)

D. (0 , -3)

D

A

Which point is (-1,3)?

A

B. B

C. C

D. D

What are the

coordinates of C?

(1 , 2)

B. (1 , -2)

C. (-2 , 1)

D. (2 , -2)

A

B

What transformation of triangle ABC will create triangle DEF?

dilation

B. rotation

C. reflection

D. translation

B

What transformation of triangle ABC will create triangle DEF?

dilation

B. rotation

C. reflection

D. translation

C

What is the area of the circle?

12.56 sq. units

B. 18.84 sq. units

28.26 sq. units

D. 37.68 sq. units

C

What is the area

of the circle?

3.14 sq. units

B. 6.28 sq. units

12.56 sq. units

D. 25.12 sq. units

C

The school is purchasing $12 shirts and $9 hats. Which algebraic expression could be used to find the amount of money spent if the school purchased

xshirts and y hats?

x + y

B. 12x + y

C. 21xy

D. 12x + 9y

D

A company charges $.75 to use their computers. In addition, they charge $.15 for each minute online. Which algebraic expression could be used to find the amount of money the company charges for xminutes?

.15 + .75

B. .75 + .15x

C. .15x (.75)

D. .75x + .15

B

A car rental business charges a basic rate of $42 plus $17 for each day rented. Which expression could be used to find the amount of money the company charges for xdays?

A. 42 + 17

42x + 17

42 + 17x

D. x(42+ 17)

C

Tom’s window cleaning business makes a minimum of $27 dollars for each house. Which inequality represents the dollars, d, that Tom makes per house?

A. d > 27

B. d < 27

C. d ≥ 27

D. d ≤ 27

C

Juan’s walk around the school was completed in less than 451 steps. Which inequality represents the number of steps, s, that Juan took?

A. s > 451

B. s < 451

C. s = 451

D. s ≤ 451

B

More than 73 students were absent from school. Which inequality represents the number of absent students, s, in the school?

A. s > 73

B. s > 74

C. s < 73

D. s ≥ 73

A

The city purchased trees at $85 each. The total cost for the city was $2720. How many trees did the city purchase?

A

32

B. 33

85

D. 2635

A librarian purchased 7 books for $18 each and some magazines for $5 each. The librarian spent a total of $186. Which equation shows how many magazines, m, were purchased?

A. 7 + 18 + 5m = 186

B. 7(18) = 186 + 5m

C. 186 = 7(18) – 5m

D. 186 = 7(18) + 5m

D

The college had 4,200 stadium seats to rent for the football game. Only 467 seats were not rented. How many stadium seats were rented?

4,667

4,267

3733

D. 3743

C

What is usually the first step in solving this equation?

B

A. Multiply both sides of the equation by 7.

B. Subtract 2 from both sides of the equation

C. Add 2 to both sides of the equation

D. Subtract 14 from both sides of the equation

What percent of the students chose beans as their favorite vegetable?

A. 15% B. 20% C. 25% D. 40%

C

Which month had the most combined, cars and trucks, total sales?

A. April B. February C. May D. June

C

Use the set of numbers below to answer the question.

What is the median of the list of numbers?

What is the mean of the list of numbers?

What is the mode of the list of numbers?

What is the range of the list of numbers?

2

3

2

4

Use the set of numbers below to answer the question.

What is the median of the list of numbers?

What is the mean of the list of numbers?

What is the mode of the list of numbers?

What is the range of the list of numbers?

4

5

4

5

Use the set of numbers below to answer the question.

What is the median of the list of numbers?

What is the mean of the list of numbers?

What is the mode of the list of numbers?

What is the range of the list of numbers?

3.5

4

3

3

One bucket has 7 red balls and 3 white balls. A second bucket has 2 green balls and 8 pink balls. A ball is randomly selected from each bucket. What is the probability of selecting a red ball and a pink ball?

0.14

B. 0.24

0.56

0.63

C

One bucket has 7 red balls and 3 white balls. A second bucket has 2 green balls and 8 pink balls. A ball is randomly selected from each bucket. What is the probability of selecting a red ball and a green ball?

0.14

B. 0.24

0.56

0.63

A

One bucket has 7 red balls and 3 white balls. A second bucket has 2 green balls and 8 pink balls. A ball is randomly selected from each bucket. What is the probability of selecting a white ball and a pink ball?

0.14

B. 0.24

0.56

0.63

B

Students are given a colored spinner divided equally between yellow, brown, black, and blue sections. Students spin the spinner 100 times and collect the data in a chart. Which statement reflects the relationship between the experimental and theoretical probability of the spinner landing on yellow.

A. There is not enough information to calculate the experimental probability.

B. The experimental probability is greater than the theoretical probability.

C. The experimental probability and theoretical probability are equal.

D. The experimental probability is less than the theoretical probability.

C

Students are given a coin, which has heads on one side and tails on the other side. Students toss the coin 100 times and record the results of their coin tosses. Which statement reflects the relationship between the experimental and theoretical probability of the coin toss resulting in a “Tails?”

A. There is not enough information to calculate the experimental probability.

B. The experimental probability is greater than the theoretical probability.

C. The experimental probability and theoretical probability are equal.

D. The experimental probability is less than the theoretical probability.

B

Students are given a number cube with each of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 appearing on one of the faces of the cube. Students toss the number cube 60 times and record the results of their number cube tosses. Which statement reflects the relationship between the experimental and theoretical probability of the cube resulting in a “1?”

A. There is not enough information to calculate the experimental probability.

B. The experimental probability is greater than the theoretical probability.

C. The experimental probability and theoretical probability are equal.

D. The experimental probability is less than the theoretical probability.

D

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