1. Find the next three numbers in the pattern 25, 21, 17, 13, ___, ___, ___. A. 10, 7, 4 B. 9,5,1 C. 17, 21, 25 D. 12, 11, 10 Hint 2. Find the value of 8 + 12 ÷ 4 + 6 × 1 + 2. A. 19 B. 13 C. 4 D. 23 Hint 3. What is the value of 100 divided by 25 plus 8 times 4? A. 132 B. 157 C. 3 D. 36 Hint 4. Evaluate 34. A. 81 B. 27 C. 9 D. 12 Hint 5. How many days in June had low temperatures that were below 65? A. 20 B. 17 C. 16 D. 13 Hint 6. In a frequency table, A. some of the intervals may overlap if there are too many numbers. B. the scale must start at 0. C. the scale does not have to include the greatest and least numbers in the data set. D. all intervals must be equal. Hint 7. Find the mode of the set of data.24, 25, 30, 31, 31, 33, 34, 38, 41, 42, 44, 48, 49, 67 A. 34 B. 36 C. 67 D. 31 Hint 8. Which statement is true about the data in the table below. A. A circle graph could be used to represent the data. B. The data cannot be represented by a circle graph because the percentages don't add to 100%. C. The data cannot be represented by a circle graph because circle graphs must have more than two sections. D. A line graph should be used to represent the data. Hint 9. For the circle graph below, what did most students choose as their favorite candy? A. other B. sour candy C. chocolate D. hard candy Hint 10. Determine the stems for the data 81, 82, 83, 87, 88, 88, 89, 92. A. impossible B. 0 C. 8, 9 D. 8 Hint 11. Mary Jo wants to find the average of her friend's weekly allowances. Use the table below, and find the mean weekly allowance. A. \$10 B. \$5 C. \$12.50 D. \$7.50 Hint 12. Two line graphs can look notably dissimilar using different _____ but the same data. A. axis names B. colors C. scales D. titles Hint 13. What is the area of the top of a cubic ice cube with sides of length 2 cm? A. 8 cm2 B. 4 cm2 C. 16 cm2 D. 2 cm2 Hint 14. The table shows the cost of a gallon of gasoline at a local gasoline station. Which line graph correctly displays the data given in the table? A. B. C. D. Hint 15. The number of calendars a department store sold in a six-month period is shown in the graph. Which statement gives the best assumption about the calendar sales? A. Most calendars were sold towards the end of the year and the beginning of the new year. B. Calendar sales decreased during the end of the year. C. Twice as many calendars were purchased in December than in October. D. The number of calendars sold remained the same throughout the year. Hint 16. The number of points a basketball team scored in eight different games is listed in the table shown. Which of the following scores represents the mean score? A. 70 B. 75 C. 73 D. 72 Hint 17. Which statements best describes how the outlier affects the mean of the data set shown? A. The outlier causes the mean to be much 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 slightly 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 18. Which of the following numbers is the range of the data set {125, 156, 190, 135, 105, 115, 155}? A. 95 B. 135 C. 85 D. 75 Hint 19. The table shows the number of laps Hector swam. Which graph makes it appear that the number of laps decreased more slowly? A. B. C. D. Hint 20. Identify the measure(s) that would NOT accurately describe the data shown in the table. A. mean B. mode C. median and mean D. median Hint