1. Find the value of 8 + 12 ÷ 4 + 6 × 1 + 2. A. 13 B. 4 C. 19 D. 23 Hint 2. For which equation is 11 the solution? A. 11 = h + 7 B. h – 5 = 11 C. 15 – h = 26 D. 29 – h = 18 Hint 3. Drama club members were asked whether they preferred musicals (M), comedies (C), dramas (D), or Shakespeare plays (S). The results are shown at the right. Which did the greatest number of students prefer? A. musicals B. dramas C. comedies D. Shakespeare plays Hint 4. A newborn kangaroo weighs approximately 0.035 ounce. Round 0.035 to the nearest hundredth. A. 0.02 B. 0.05 C. 0.03 D. 0.04 Hint 5. Two new pennies weigh 3.15 grams and 3.128 grams, respectively. Find the difference of their weights. A. 0.11 g B. 0.022 g C. 0.023 g D. 0.22 g Hint 6. Find . Write the answer in simplest form. A. B. C. D. Hint 7. Solve n – 2 = 5. A. –3 B. 3 C. 7 D. –7 Hint 8. Find the missing output values for the function table. A. 0, 2, 4 B. 1, 2, 3 C. , 1, D. 2, 4, 6 Hint 9. A number cube is marked with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 on its faces. If you roll the cube one time, what is P(2)? A. B. C. D. 2 Hint 10. When two coins are flipped, the probability of getting two heads is . What is the probability of not getting two heads? A. B. 1 C. D. Hint 11. Use the grid below to name the point at (4, 3). A. B B. A C. D D. C Hint 12. Antione has \$259.57 is his bank account. He wants to know about how many dollars he has by rounding to the nearest tens place. A. \$300.00 B. \$259.00 C. \$259.60 D. \$260.00 Hint 13. You have \$151.15 to buy groceries at the store. If you spend \$19.80 on fruit and vegetables, about how much do you have left to spend, to the nearest dollar? A. \$130 B. \$131 C. \$132 D. \$129 Hint 14. Elisa got of her daily protein for breakfast, for lunch and from a snack. How much more does she need to reach her daily requirement? A. B. C. D. none Hint 15. Express as a percent. A. 52% B. 520% C. 250% D. 25% Hint 16. Anna conducted a survey of the number of people in her yoga class with glasses or contacts. The people in the yoga classes were randomly distributed, and there were 256 people in all the classes. If Anna counted 24 out of 32 people in her class with glasses or contacts, how many people would be expected to have glasses or contacts in all the classes? A. 192 people B. 341 people C. 212 people D. 425 people Hint 17. Which vertical bar graph represents the information given in the table? A. B. C. D. Hint 18. Which statements best describes how the outlier affects the mean of the data set shown? A. The outlier causes the mean to be slightly greater in value than the other values in the data set. B. The outlier does not affect the mean of the data. C. The outlier causes the mean to be much greater in value than the other values in the data set. D. The outlier causes the mean to be much less in value than the other values in the data set. Hint 19. Which is the best estimate for the height of a classroom door? A. 2.4 m B. 24 cm C. 24 m D. 2 km Hint 20. Which figure does not have rotational symmetry? A. B. C. ST13-034W-829631.gif D. Hint