1.   Evaluate j ÷ k if j = 45 and k = 9.
    A. 45 9 = 405 B. 45 9 = 5
    C. 45 1 = 45 D. 45 5 = 9
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  2.   Determine the best scale in making a frequency table for this set of data.
   
    A. 0-10 B. 5-10
    C. 0-5 D. 0-30
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  3.   The circle graph shows how satisfied Americans are with the current steps that are being taken to protect the environment. This graph shows that most Americans ______.
   
    A. are not too satisfied B. have no opinion
    C. are somewhat satisfied D. are very satisfied
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  4.   Graph A(1, 7).
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  5.   Find the perimeter of a rectangular piece of paper with a length of 11 inches and a width of 8.5 inches.
   
    A. 30.5 in. B. 19.5 in.
    C. 39 in. D. 93.5 in.
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  6.   Find 12.128 ÷ 0.032.
    A. 379 B. 37.9
    C. 3790 D. 3.79
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  7.   Estimate 28.
    A. 18 B. 9
    C. 14 D. 7
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  8.   Find .
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  9.   A company's stock increases $5 in value. Which integer represents this situation?
    A. +10 B. -5
    C. +5 D. 0
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  10.   Which sentence below is true?
    A. 4 < 2 B. 3 > 1
    C. 0 > 3 D. 5 = 4
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  11.   Two is ____ negative four.
    A. equal to B. greater than
    C. less than D. the same as
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  12.   Find 2 (5).
    A. 3 B. 7
    C. 7 D. 3
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  13.   According to the circle graph below, which of the following is false?
   
    A. Ten percent of the students said volleyball was their favorite sport. B. More people chose football than baseball as their favorite sport.
    C. Soccer was chosen by most students as their favorite sport. D. The sport that was chosen most often as the favorite sport was basketball.
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  14.   For the circle graph below, what did most students choose as their favorite candy?
   
    A. chocolate B. sour candy
    C. hard candy D. other
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  15.   Josephine has started a school club that goes downtown every Saturday to volunteer at the soup kitchen. The line graph shows the number of students who participate each week. Predict how many students will attend on week 10.
   
    A. 22 students B. 14 students
    C. 12 students D. 15 students
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  16.   Maria has $9.09. She wants to spend all her money on peaches. If peaches are on sale for $0.45 per pound, how many pounds of peaches can she buy?
    A. 20.2 lb B. 22 lb
    C. 2.02 lb D. 2.2 lb
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  17.   Replace the with a number so that the fractions are equal .
    A. 10 B. 23
    C. 5 D. 15
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  18.   Marcus is playing a card game with his friends Annabel and Nathan. If Marcus is in debt 250 points and then picks a card for 40 points, how many points does he have?
    A. 290 points B. 210 points
    C. 290 points D. 210 points
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  19.   Find 3 × 0.019.
    A. 5.7 B. 0.57
    C. 57 D. 0.057
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  20.   Find the circumference of a circle whose diameter is 3.2 meters. Round to the nearest tenth.
    A. 10.0 m B. 8.0 m
    C. 32.2 m D. 5.0 m
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