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Test Item. Test item. Five girls in class 701 play a sport each week. Stephanie, Fiona and Juanita only play basketball. Sarah and Melanie only play softball. Which Venn diagram best represents this information ?.

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**Five girls in class 701 play a sport each week. Stephanie,**Fiona and Juanita only play basketball. Sarah and Melanie only play softball. Which Venn diagram best represents this information?**3b. Five girls in class 702 play sport each week. Genisis**plays softball and basketball; Nichole and Milka only play basketball; Maria and Jennifer only play softball.Which Venn diagram best represents this information?**3c Which description best suits the Venn diagram?**Girls playing Girls playing Basketball Softball A. Only three girls play both basketball and softball B. Only four girls play basketball C. Only two girls play softball D. Three girls play no sport.**3d. Seven girls in Ms. Bauman’s class particpate in at**least one school activity. Mary and Shelly play basketball only; Shawna and Layla sing only; and Trina, Stephanie, and Kim play basketball and sing. Which Venn diagram correctly represents the data? Test Item**4a. 6.02 ´ 105is a number written in scientific notation.**Which of the following best describes this number? A. 602 ´ 100,000 B. 6.02 ´ 100,000 C. 6.02 ¸ 100,000 D. 602 ¸ 100,000**4b. 64,000 written in scientific notation is**A. 0.64 ´ 104 B. 6.4 ´ 104 C. 64 ´ 103 D. 64 ´ 103**4c**If you write 2,500,000 in scientific notation, the exponent for the ten (10) would be? A. 2 B. 4 C. 6 D. 8**Test item**4d Last year 9.9 × 105 people attended the New York State Fair. What is this number expressed in standard form? A. 9,900 B. 99,000 C. 990,000 D. 9,900,000**5a What shape is the base of this cylinder?**A. rectangle B. square C. triangle D. circle**5b**If you cut this cardboard rectangular prism along its edges and placed the shapes flat on the desk, what shapes would you most likely have? A. 4 squares B. 4 rectangles C. 6 squares D. 6 rectangles**5c**What shape is the base of this cube? A. square B. rectangle C. circle D. triangle.**Test question 5d**A pyramid is shown below What shape is the base of the pyramid? A. pentagon B. square C. triangle D. trapezoid**6a José has two bags. One bag contains three objects – a**red pen, a blue pen and a black pen. The other bag contains three cards, one has an “X” written on it, one has a “Y” written one it and the third card has a “Z” written on it. If José selects one object from each bag, which selection below best represents all the combinations that he could chose? A. Red pen and card with “X” Blue pen and card with “Y” Black pen and card with “X” B. Red pen and card “X” or card “Y” or card “Z” Blue pen and card “X” or card “Y” or card “Z” Black pen and card “X” or card “Y” or card “Z” C. Red pen with blue pen Red pen with black pen Blue pen with black pen D. Card “X” with card “Y” Card “X” with card “Z” Card “Y” with card “Z”**6b**José has a white shirt and a blue shirt. He has a brown pair of pants and a black pair of pants. How many combinations of shirts and pants can he make from the two shirts and two pairs of pants? A. 1 C. 3 B. 2 D. 4**6c**José has two bags, one has shapes in it and the other has colored buttons. The three shapes are a square, a triangle and a circle. The buttons are colored red, blue and yellow. If José draws a shape from one bag and a colored button from the other bag, how many different combinations of shapes and buttons can he have? A. 2 C. 6 B. 3 D. 9**Test item 6d**Tonysha has two bags. Each bag has three objects in it. The first bag has one dime, one nickel, and one penny. The second bag has one red button, one blue button, and one yellow button. Tonysha picks one object from each bag. How many possible combinations of two objects can she pick? A. 3 B. 6 C. 9 D. 15**7a**A rational number can be written in the form: or a/b (where b can equal 1 or any other number except zero: b ≠ 0) The rational number is like a ratio of a to b, hence the term “rational.” Which of the following is not a rational number?**7b**The square root of a non-perfect square is called an irrational because it cannot be expressed as a ratio of a/b. Which of the following is an irrational number?**7c**Which number is an irrational number?**test item**7d. Which number is an irrational number?**8a.**10 inches is a measure of which of the following? A. capacity (or volume) B. mass C. weight D. distance**8b**Which of the following is not correct? A. cup, quart and gallons are measures of capacity B. liters are a measure of capacity C. meter, kilometer, centimeter are measures of weight D. ounce, pound, ton are measures of weight**8c**Which is not a measure of distance? A. ounces B. millimeters C. meter D. yards**Test item**8. Which tool and technique is used to measure the surface area of an object?**9a Eric has a bag with 12 coins. He has 2 quarters, 4 dimes**and 6 nickels in the bag. If he draws one coin at random, which of the following best describes the probability of drawing each type of coin?**9b**Eric has a bag with 6 coins. He has 3 quarters and 3 dimes in the bag. Eric draws a coin at random and does not replace it. He then draws another coin. Which expression below best describes the chance that the first coin he draws is a dime and the second coin is also a dime?**9c**Eric has a bag with 12 coins. He has 2 quaters, 4 dimes and 6 nickels in the bag. Eric draws out a coin and does not replace it. He draws out another coin. What are the chances that Eric will draw out a nickel first and then a dime?**Test item 9d**Eric’s mother wants to help him with his math homework. She puts 24 cookies in a cookie jar. Twelve of the cookies are chocolate chip, 8 are oatmeal, and 4 are peanut butter. She then has Eric select a cookie from the jar without looking. Next, without replacing the first cookie, Eric picks a second cookie without looking in the jar. What is the probability Eric will pick an oatmeal cookie first and a chocolate chip cookie second?**10a**24 is best represented as: A. 2 × 4 B. 4 × 4 C. 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 D. 2 × 4 × 2 × 4 × 2 × 4 × 2 × 4**10b**52 + 23 is best represented as: A. ( 5 × 5 ) + ( 2 × 2 × 2 ) B. ( 5 + 2 ) ( 5 + 2 ) C. ( 5 + 2 ) ( 5 + 2) ( 5 + 2) D. (7)5**10c**Simplify the expression below 102 – 33 A. 27 B. 73 C. 100 D. 127**Test Item 10d**Simplilfy the expression below 33 – 22 A. 1 B. 5 C. 23 D. 25**11 a There are three points in grid below. Which statement**is not true? A. Two points have the same x coordinate. B. One point lies on the origin C. Two points have the same y coordinate D. One point lies in the second quadrant**11b. The coordinates for letter A are:**A. x is 3 y is -2 B. x is -3 y is 2 C. x is 2 y is -3 D. x is -2 y is 3**11c. The vertices of the rectangle formed by points**A, B, C and D are: A. ( 2,1 ) ( -3,-2 ) ( 3,3 ) (1,-3) B. (1,2) (-3, 2) (-3,-3) (1,-3) C. ( -2,1 ) ( 3,1 ) ( -2,2 ) (-3,1) D. ( -2,-1 ) ( -3,1 ) ( 2,2 ) (3,3)**Test Question 11 d.**Which figure below represents a rectangle with vertices (3,2), (-1,2), (-1,-1), and (3, -1)?**12a Maria started the year well by doing all her homework.**However, recently she has not been completing her homework. The results of her 9 homeworks this year are: 19, 18, 16, 18, 16, 11, 11, 14, 11 The minimum and maximum for the data is: A. Minimum – 11 maximum – 19 B. Minimum – 14 maximum – 11 C. Minimum – 16 maximum – 14 D. Minimum – 14 maximum – 19**12 b. Maria received the following scores on her 6 recent**homework assignments. 7, 4, 6, 7, 6, 9 Which of the following show how to calculate the range of the data? A. 9 – 7 B. 9 – 4 C. 9 + 7 D. 9 + 4**12c**The results for Maria’s homework assignments are: 6, 8, 3, 9, 8 The Range is: A. 3 B. 6 C. 8 D. 9**Test item 12 d.**Jacob received the following scroes on his last five science tests. 81, 73, 80, 94, 97 What is the range of Jacob’s scores for the five science tests? A. 16 B. 24 C. 81 D. 85**13a**A list of all the factors of 10 is: A. 1, 2, 5, 10 B. 1, 5 C. 1, 10 D. 10, 20, 50, 100

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