1. In 1999, the state of Vermont produced 60,000 more gallons of maple syrup than Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin combined. Use the table to find how many gallons of maple syrup Vermont produced in 1999. A. 370,000 B. 350,000 C. 250,000 D. 310,000 Hint 2. How many dots are in Figure 5? A. 45 B. 35 C. 32 D. 41 Hint 3. Evaluate 34. A. 27 B. 9 C. 12 D. 81 Hint 4. What is the frequency represented by the tally marks shown below? A. 15 B. 32 C. 17 D. 4 Hint 5. How many days in June had low temperatures that were below 65? A. 20 B. 13 C. 16 D. 17 Hint 6. In a frequency table, A. the scale does not have to include the greatest and least numbers in the data set. B. all intervals must be equal. C. the scale must start at 0. D. some of the intervals may overlap if there are too many numbers. Hint 7. The line graph shows the time it takes Kyle to climb the steps in the Statue of Liberty. Predict the total time it will take him to climb 354 steps to the top of the statue, if his rate remains approximately the same. A. 10 min B. 16 min C. 12 min D. 20 min Hint 8. How do you know that 4,689 is divisible by 9? A. The sum of the digits is divisible by 9. B. The product of the digits is divisible by 9. C. The ones digit is 9. D. The sum of the digits is divisible by 3. Hint 9. The number 183 ______. A. is neither prime nor composite B. has a prime factorization of2 × 3 × 3 × 3 C. is prime D. is composite Hint 10. The volume of a box is found by multiplying its height h, length l, and width w. If the measure of the volume of a box is 385, what could its dimensions be? A. 3 by 5 by 7 B. 3 by 5 by 8 C. 5 by 7 by 7 D. 5 by 7 by 11 Hint 11. Evaluate 300 ÷ q if q = 20. A. 6 B. 15 C. 16 D. 60 Hint 12. Your parents tell you that they will give you a weekly allowance of \$2 every time you do the dishes, \$5 every time you sweep the floor, and \$3 every time you pull weeds. How much money will you get if you do the dishes three times, sweep the floor once, and pull weeds twice in a week? A. \$17 B. \$10 C. \$60 D. \$23 Hint 13. Based on the data, how many of Alicia's friends are below five feet tall? A. 5 B. 6 C. 4 D. 7 Hint 14. Which number(s) describe(s) the average number in a set of data? A. both mean and median B. mean C. neither D. median Hint 15. 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. \$12.50 C. \$7.50 D. \$5 Hint 16. Which measure of central tendency would best represent the data set 60, 60, 62, 63, 65, 71, 73, 1060? A. mode B. mean C. median D. range Hint 17. What is the area of the top of a cubic ice cube with sides of length 2 cm? A. 4 cm2 B. 2 cm2 C. 8 cm2 D. 16 cm2 Hint 18. Write the prime factorization of 84 using exponents. A. 22 × 21 B. 22 × 3 × 7 C. 23 × 3 × 7 D. 22 × 33 × 7 Hint 19. The measurements of two different rectangular swimming pools are 35 feet by 13 feet and 41 feet by 12 feet. What is the difference in their areas? A. 37 square feet B. 63 square feet C. 113 square feet D. 43 square feet Hint 20. 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 causes the mean to be slightly greater in value than the other values in the data set. C. The outlier causes the mean to be much less in value than the other values in the data set. D. The outlier does not affect the mean of the data. Hint