1. Find the length of a rectangle whose area is 36 square inches and whose width is 4 inches. A. 14 in. B. 32 in. C. 9 in. D. 6 in. Hint 2. You have scores of 62, 75, and 90 on three of your history exams. What do you need to get on your fourth exam in order to have a mean of 80? A. 93 B. 80 C. 97 D. 100 Hint 3. Which is the correct box-and-whisker plot for the quiz scores? A. B. C. D. Hint 4. Name the ordered pair for point A. A. (3, -4) B. (-4, -3) C. (-3, 4) D. (-3, -4) Hint 5. Sometimes you can simplify fractions before you multiply them. How would you simplify before finding the product? A. Divide 5 and 16 by 5. B. Divide 3, 16 and 24 by 3. C. Divide 3 and 24 by 3. D. Divide 16 and 24 by 8. Hint 6. Which statement is true? A. All trapezoids are parallelograms. B. All parallelograms are rectangles. C. All rectangles are rhombi. D. All squares are rhombi. Hint 7. Determining the probability of a coin landing heads up by actually tossing a coin several times is an example of _____. A. outcome probability B. theoretical probability C. sample probability D. experimental probability Hint 8. There are 1942 students at West High School. Use the information in the table to determine how many students study for more than 2 hours each day. A. 689 B. 515 C. 738 D. 1253 Hint 9. Write a percent to represent the shaded area. A. 38% B. 25% C. 20% D. 24% Hint 10. Name the ordered pair for point B. A. (4, 0) B. (0, 4) C. (-4, 0) D. (0, 0) Hint 11. The point (13, 19) is reflected over the x-axis. What is the new point? A. (-13, 19) B. (13, 19) C. (-13, -19) D. (13, -19) Hint 12. Mrs. Rollins had some extra candy left over from Halloween, so she decided to give a treat to her math class. She gave everyone two pieces of candy, and then, for the rest of the period, every time someone correctly answered a question, she gave that person three more pieces of candy. Jean-Paul had 11 pieces of candy in Mrs. Rollins's class. Use the equation 11 = 3q + 2 to figure out how many questions Jean-Paul answered correctly. A. 9 B. 2 C. -3 D. 3 Hint 13. Which figure will tessellate? A. B. C. D. Hint 14. A certain sandwich shop allows you to pick any combination of their 8 toppings. How many different combinations are there? A. 256 B. 1,024 C. 16 D. 40,320 Hint 15. There are 10 pennies, 14 nickels, and 6 dimes in a bag, and you remove three at random without replacing any. What is the probability that you will remove a penny, a nickel, and a dime in that order? A. B. C. D. Hint 16. A baseball team has 15 players, but there are only 9 positions. How many different choices are there for how to put 9 players on the field? A. 1,816,214,400 B. 1,307,674,368,000 C. 120 D. 99 Hint 17. The scatter plot shows the number of students per computer in U.S. public schools. Assume the number of students stays the same throughout the years. Choose the statement that best describes the data. A. There are more computers in schools in 2000 than their were in 1990. B. In the future, their will be more students per computer. C. In the future, their will be 0 students per computer. D. Their are more computers in schools in 1990 than their were in 2000. Hint 18. Both bar graphs show the amount it costs to heat a two-story house during the winter. Which graph is misleading? Explain. A. Graph B; there is a break in the vertical scale, the cost of heating the house in January appears to be much greater than heating the house in November. B. Graph A; the months are not ordered from greatest to least cost. C. Graph B; the months are not ordered from least to greatest cost. D. Graph A; there is no break in the vertical scale, the cost of heating the house in December and February are about the same. Hint 19. Use the spinner to find P(not prime). Write as a fraction in simplest form. A. B. C. D. Hint 20. Solve y - 10 7. Graph the solution. A. B. C. D. Hint