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. 310,000 B. 250,000 C. 350,000 D. 370,000 Hint 2. Evaluate 34. A. 81 B. 12 C. 9 D. 27 Hint 3. The line graph shows the average daily temperature for a city. Predict the average temperature in the city for Saturday. A. 43°F B. 46°F C. 37°F D. 0°F Hint 4. Round 0.1377 to the underlined place-value position. A. 0.1378 B. 0.138 C. 0.137 D. 0.130 Hint 5. Which number is divisible by 10? A. 1,130 B. 415 C. 2,005 D. 305 Hint 6. 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. 5 by 7 by 11 B. 5 by 7 by 7 C. 3 by 5 by 7 D. 3 by 5 by 8 Hint 7. Your mom has given you \$5 to spend at the fair. In the first two hours you buy a hot dog for \$1.25 and spend \$2 on games. How much money do you have left? A. \$1.75 B. \$2.00 C. \$2.75 D. \$3.50 Hint 8. You're playing a car racing video game and have 52 points. You get 30 more points for coming in third place and then your score is doubled for having a total time under two minutes. What is your final score? A. 134 points B. 164 points C. 231 points D. 1,640 points Hint 9. Write 73 as a product. A. 7 · 7 · 7 B. 7 · 7 · 7 · 7 C. 3 · 3 · 3 · 3 · 3 · 3 · 3 D. 3 · 3 · 3 · 3 · 3 · 3 Hint 10. Find the value of 35 ÷ 9 + 2. A. 34 B. 245 C. 83 D. 29 Hint 11. Solve 3 = 9 – n using mental math. A. 9 B. 7 C. 3 D. 6 Hint 12. At your birthday party, you decided to vote on what to do first. Based on the results shown in the frequency table, which activity won? A. play truth or dare B. open presents C. watch a movie D. play soccer Hint 13. Mary Jo wants to find the average of her friend's weekly allowances. Use the table below, and find the mean weekly allowance. A. \$7.50 B. \$5 C. \$10 D. \$12.50 Hint 14. Find the range of the data set 145, 612, 120, 349, 515, 212, 590. A. 470 B. 492 C. 512 D. 445 Hint 15. 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 130, what could its dimensions be? A. 2 by 3 by 8 B. 3 by 4 by 13 C. 5 by 5 by 13 D. 2 by 5 by 13 Hint 16. The graph shows the number of books that were donated each year for a used book sale. What does the graph tell you about the number of books donated? A. Twice as many books were donated in 2008 than in 2003. B. There is an increase in the number of books donated each year. C. The number of people who donate books is increasing each year. D. The number of books donated each year is decreasing. Hint 17. Which number is an outlier in the data shown in the table? A. 11 B. 19 C. 9 D. 10 Hint 18. Which statement best describes how the outlier affects the mean of the data set shown? A. The outlier causes the mean to be much less 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 greater in value than the other values in the data set. D. The outlier does not affect the mean of the data. Hint 19. Jocelyn’s test scores for her first five tests of the school year are listed in the table. Which graph makes it appear that the test scores increased more rapidly? A. B. C. D. Hint 20. Identify the measure(s) that would NOT accurately describe the data shown in the table. A. median B. mean C. median and mean D. mode Hint