1.   The area of a square is 289 square meters. Find the perimeter.
    A. 64 m B. 72 m
    C. 68 m D. 76 m
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  2.   Estimate to the nearest whole number.
    A. 15 B. 16
    C. 17 D. 14
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  3.   The Carillo family has a circular swimming pool with a diameter of 15 feet. Find the area of the pool cover to the nearest tenth.
    A. 94 ft2 B. 706.9 ft2
    C. 176.7 ft2 D. 353.4 ft2
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  4.   An arrangement in which order is not important is a(n) ________.
    A. permutation B. factorial
    C. outcome D. combination
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  5.   Identify the three-dimensional drawing of a figure with the top, side, and front views below.
   
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
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  6.   What is the volume of a cube whose edges are inches long?
    A. B.
    C. 108 in3 D.
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  7.   Solve x + 3 = 22.
    A. 23 B. 17
    C. 25 D. 19
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  8.   Solve m = ÷ .
    A. B.
    C. D. 27
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  9.   If the scale on a map is 1 inch for every 58 miles, and Baltimore, Maryland, and Los Angeles, California, are 2313.5 miles apart, approximately how far apart should they be on the map?
    A. 30.08 inches B. 40 miles
    C. 132.37 inches D. 39.89 inches
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  10.   Classify the angle below.
   
    A. acute B. straight
    C. obtuse D. right
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  11.   Which figure has line symmetry?
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  12.   A group of 10 students is to be divided into 2 groups of 5. How many ways is this possible?
    A. 30,240 B. 10
    C. 120 D. 252
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  13.   The record high and low temperatures recorded in New York are 108°F and -52°F, respectively. What is the range of temperatures?
    A. 160°F B. -56°F
    C. 56°F D. -160°F
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  14.   Find - written in simplest form.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  15.   Find 0.061 written as a percent.
    A. 0.61% B. 61%
    C. 0.00061% D. 6.1%
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  16.   The bar graph shows survey results of the age of students who were first allowed to either walk or ride their bike to school alone. Suppose there are 4,240 students in the district. Predict how many of them were first allowed to walk or ride their bike to school alone when they were 10 years of age or older.
   
    A. 1,560 B. 1,526
    C. 1,506 D. 1,502
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  17.   Suppose you made a circle graph of the inventions that teens canít live without listed in the table. Find the number of degrees for each section.
   
    A. automobile: 25°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 122°, PC: 112°, toothbrush: 36°, other: 58° B. automobile: 122°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 58°, PC: 25°, toothbrush: 112°, other: 36°
    C. automobile: 112°, cell phone: 36°, microwave oven: 25°, PC: 58°, toothbrush: 122°, other: 7° D. automobile: 112°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 122°, PC: 58°, toothbrush: 25°, other: 36°
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  18.   Find mN in quadrilateral MNOP if mM = 124°, mO = 88°, and mP = 63°.
    A. 85° B. 88°
    C. 100° D. 95°
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  19.   The tallest tree in the United States is a Coast Redwood in Jedidiah Smith State Park in California. It is 321 feet tall. Suppose you are 5 feet 8 inches tall and cast a shadow that is 2 feet at a certain time of day. About how long is the treeís shadow at the same time of day?
    A. 910 ft B. 128 ft
    C. 113 ft D. 118 ft
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  20.   The temperature at the core of the sun is estimated to be over 15,000,000 degrees Celsius. How many significant digits are in this measurement?
    A. 15 B. 8
    C. 2 D. 6
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