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### Open-Ended MidtermJanuary 18, 2012

Please take out a pencil and a calculator.

For full credit, please show or explain your work for each problem!

Objective: Review for Midterm

Pick the one that doesn’t belong.

*NEED TO KNOW THIS FOR THE MIDTERM

Fill in the blank with >, <, or =.

*NEED TO KNOW THIS FOR THE MIDTERM

### Midterm Part 225 Multiple ChoiceMonday, January 23

Take out a pencil, a paper, and a whiteboard marker.

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### 1. List all irrational numbers that you know.

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2. The Pi Team teachers need to cover 8 bulletin boards. Each board requires yards of paper. If they have 20 yards of paper before they begin, how many feet of paper will be left over after they decorate all of the boards?

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### 3. Lauren received an A on 77% of her math tests this year. Maggie got an A on of the tests this year. Which student received more As?

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4. Mrs. Jackson gives her students +1 points for doing their homework and -1 points for not doing their homework. Matt left for winter break with -9 points, but he was able to get his act together and finish the quarter with +6 points. What was the change in points in Matt’s grade from the break to the end of the quarter?

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### 5. Joey cleaned 0.45 of his room. Christy cleaned of her room. Who cleaned more of his/her room?

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### 6. Write the first step in evaluating this expression.

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### 7. Order the following numbers from least to greatest.

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### 8. Which does not equal 4%?

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9. Kyle has a \$125 gift card to Best Buy. He buys two movies for \$15.99 each and three CDs for \$19.95 each. About how much money will be left on his gift card?

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### 10. If x=6, which expression has the greatest value?

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### 11. Write an equation that models the following:Five less than the product of six and a number x is thirteen.

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12. Kristin went to the bookstore and paid \$41 for 3 magazines and 2 books. Each magazine cost the same price and each book cost the same price. If the books were \$16 each, how much was each magazine?

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### 13. Find the next term in the following pattern.0.7, -1.4, 2.8, -5.6

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14. The following table shows the relationship between the number of cars parked outside and the number of guests at a party. How many guests are at the party if there are 12 cars parked outside?

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### 15. What would be the next term in the sequence?x+7, 3x+13, 9x+19, 27x+25, …

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### 16. Graph the line:

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### 17. Find the value of the following expressions if x = 2.

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### 18. Simplify the expression.

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### 19. Solve for y.

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20. Write the expression that represents the following situation.Today John read 3 less than 4 times the number of pages he read yesterday.

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### 21. Find the value of d.

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### 22. Solve the equation for p:

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### 23. The sum of negative eight and three times a number x is 12. Find the value of x.

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### 24. Graph the inequality

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### 25. Graph the coordinate (-1,-6).

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### Homework: Continue to study for Monday’s midterm

Bring a #2 pencil and a calculator!

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