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## Are You Smarter Than the CRCT?

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**What is the value of 2x + 2y**when x = 7.1 and y=8.4? 31**Carla is collecting rainwater in a rain barrel. Currently**she has 18 inches of water in the barrel. If rain is falling at a rate of 1.5 inches per hour, which expression can be used to model the number of inches of rain in the barrel after h hours? a. 1.5h +18 b. 18 - 1.5h c. 1.5 + 18h d. (1.5 + 18)h**Mr. Lyle has $9,000 in the bank. If he deposits $100 per**week, which expression represents his balance in dollars after w weeks? a. 9,000 w + 100 b. W(9,000 + 100) c. 100(w + 9,000) d. 9,000 + 100 w**A triangle has side lengths (x + 1) inches, (3x-2) inches,**and 4x inches. What is the perimeter of the triangle? a. (8x -1) inches b. (3x + 3) inches c. (x + 4) inches d. (9x) inches**Subtract the expressions:**12r + 5s + 8t - (3r + s – 6t) a. 9r + 4s – 14t b. 9r + 4s + 2t c. 9r + 4s + 14t d. 9r + 6s – 2t**Chris does freelance work as a graphic artist. He charges a**set-up fee of $17.00, plus $10.00 per hour. Which equation describes the cost c for a job that takes Chris h hours? a. c = (17 + 10)h b. c = 10h + 17 c. c = 17h +10 d. c = 27h + 10**Which equation describes the relationship of the x values in**the table to the y values? • y = 2x +1 • y = 4x – 6 • y = 11(x-3) • y = x² - 3**What value of z makes the equation true?**6z – 12 = 21 – 5z a) z = 33 b) z = 3 c) z = 9 d) z = 99**Sue wants to solve the following equation:**x – 5 =12 6 What step should she take first? a) Multiply both sides by 6 b) Subtract 12 from both sides c) Subtract 5 from both sides d) Add 5 to both sides**(8u + 3) – (4u - 2) =**a) 12u +5 b) 12u +1 c) 4u + 5 d) 4u + 1**Which statement describes the relationship shown in the**table? • For each ordered pair, the output is six more than the input • For each ordered pair, the output is one-sixth of the input • For each ordered pair, the output is six times the input • For each ordered pair, the output equals the input**Which statement describes the table below?**• As x increases by 1, y increases by 4 • As x increases by 1, y increases by 6 • As x increases by 1, y decreases by 4 • As x increases by 1, y decreases by 6**8(12 – 2n)**a) 96 - 16n b) 96 – 10n c) 96 – 2n d) 20 – 2n**Which statement describes the linear equation graphed below?**a) As x increases by 2, y decreases by 1 b) As x increases by 1, y decreases by 2 c) As x increases by 2, y increases by 1 d) As x increases by 1, y increases by 2**Mrs. Rhoads gave Mrs. Cole half of the math books. Mrs.**Rhoads has 40 math books left. How many books were there? • 40 • 80 • 20 • 60**A shirt costs $4.23 and the tax is 7%. What is the cost of**the shirt with taxes? • $4.53 • $4.52 • $ .2961 • $ .30**What is the first step to solve**• the following equation? • 4x = 8 • Multiply by 4 • Multiply 8 by 4 • Subtract 4 • Divide by 4**What is the first step to**solve the following equation? X = -3 -8 • Add 8 • Subtract 8 • Multiply by - 8 • Divide by - 8**Isaac had $30. He bought five mini skateboards at $3.99**each. How much money does he have left over? (assume the tax is already included in the price.) • $10.05 • $8.65 • $ .05 • $19.95**Three consecutive integers are added. The largest number is**x. How do you write the smallest number? • 3 + x • x + x + x • x - 3 • x - 2**Write an expression for thequotient of “x minus z” and**20. • ÷ x – z + 20 • (x ÷ z) + 20 • (x – z) + 20 • (x – z) ÷ 20**Write an expression for the product of “x minus z” and**20. • x – z + 20 • (x – z) + 20 • 20(x – z) • (x · z) + 20**You are playing a game where you get 5 points for each shot**you make and you lose 8 points for each shot that you miss. You made 6 shots and missed 5. Which number sentence below will help you calculate your score? • +5 – 8 • (6+5) + (5-8) • 6(5) + 5(-8) • 6(5) – 5(8)**You buy shirts for $10 each and jeans for $22 each. Write**the expression for x number of shirts and y number of jeans. • x10y22 • 10y + 22x • 10 + 22 + x+ y • 10x + 22y**Where would all of the points with (0) as the x-coordinate**be located? a) On the x-axis b) On the y-axis c) In quadrant I d) In quadrant III**Which statement shows that the sides of the quadrilaterals**are proportional? a) AB : EF = AD : EH b) AB : HE = AD : HE c) AB : HE = AD : HG d) AB : FE = AD : FG E 7.5 cm 6 cm A D H 5 cm 9 cm B C F G**What is the ratio of corresponding sides?**a) 5 to 9 b) 4 to 5 c) 1 to 2 d) 2 to 3 E 7.5 cm 6 cm A D H 5 cm 9 cm B C F G**Triangle GFE is similar to which triangle?**a) ΔSRT b) ΔRST c) ΔTSR d) ΔTRS F G S T E R**The scale factor of the two triangles is 2.**If RT = 2.5 cm, what is EG? a) 1.25 cm b) 0.5 cm c) 5.0 cm d) 12.5 cm F G S T E R**Triangles ABC and XYZ are similar, isosceles triangles.**Which of the following is true? a) AB = AC XZ ZY b) AB = AC YZ YX c) AB = XY AC XZ d) AB = XY AC YZ A Z Y X B C**In what direction will this arrow point after it is rotated**270˚ counterclockwise? • Right b) Left c) Up d) Down**What are the coordinates of point G’ after a translation**of 3 units to the right and 5 units up? a) (5,8) b) (8,7) c) (9,6) d) (6,9) . G**What is the vertical cross**section of the following shapes? a) Cylinder b) Square Pyramid c) Cone d) Rectangular Prism e) Triangular Prism f) Cube • Rectangle • Triangle • Triangle • Rectangle • Triangle or rectangle • Square**What is the horizontal cross**section of the following shapes? a) Cylinder b) Square Pyramid c) Cone d) Rectangular Prism e) Triangular Pyramid f) Cube • Circle • Square • Circle • Rectangle • Triangle • Square**What three dimensional shapes do you get when you rotate the**following shapes about the line? Cone Sphere Cylinder**Complete the proportion**using the triangles below: AB = CB EM RM B M E R A C**Which value is NOT equal**to the absolute value of -50? a) |-50| b) |50| c) 50 d) -50**The table below shows the extreme**temperatures for Barrow, Alaska. What is the difference between these two temperatures on a thermometer? • -135˚F • -23˚F • 23˚F • 135˚F**Which number is the GREATEST?**a) 2.5 b) 225% c) 2¾ d) 2⅞**Which number is the LEAST?**a) 0.1 b) 6% c) 0.05 d) 0.051**Which is listed in order**from least to greatest? a) -1, -¼, 25%, 0.4 b) -1, -¼, 0.4, 25% c) -¼, 25%, 0.4, -1 d) -¼, -1, 25%, 0.4**|15-25|**• 10 • -10 • 40 • -40**Which is greater than 4⅞?**a) 4.83 b) 4.56 c) 4.65 d) 4.89**Which is less than 3⅝?**a) 3.7 b) 3.8 c) 3.6 d) 3.67**Mrs. Rhoads bought 16.4 gallons of gas for $3.25 a gallon.**What was her total? (assume tax is included in the price) • $19.65 • $5.05 • $13.15 • $53.30**How many 1/3 are**there in 3 2/3? • 3 • 5 • 11 • 4**The lunchroom sells 4 Gatorades for every 3 waters every**day. How many waters were sold if 32 Gatorades were sold? • 12 • b. 96 • c. 128 • d. 24**31, 32, 34, 35, 35, 45, 33**What is the median of the data? a) 33 b) 34 c) 35 d) 36