1.   What is the third step in the 4-step plan to solve problems?
    A. Solve B. Examine
    C. Plan D. Explore
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  2.   An infant weighs 7 pounds at birth. Assuming that she gains 1 pound every 2 weeks, how much will she weigh in 10 weeks?
    A. 7 pounds B. 12 pounds
    C. 17 pounds D. 5 pounds
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  3.   Evaluate 5 + 6 Ė 2 + 4.
    A. 5 B. 17
    C. 7 D. 13
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  4.   Evaluate b3 + 6 if b = 2.
    A. 12 B. 14
    C. 512 D. 15
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  5.   Solve
    A. 4 B. 24
    C. 3 D. 16
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  6.   3.5 g = ______mg
    A. 350 B. 3,500
    C. 0.35 D. 0.0035
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  7.   The following are scores on an English exam. The highest score possible is 100. What is the greatest score?
   
    A. 100 B. 75
    C. 71 D. 21
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  8.   Which value occurred the most often?
   
    A. 78 B. 70
    C. 77 D. 0
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  9.   Which is not a reason that measures of central tendency for a set of data can be misleading?
    A. too much data B. outliers in the data
    C. inaccurate data D. incomplete data
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  10.   Solve x + 3 = 22.
    A. 25 B. 17
    C. 23 D. 19
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  11.   What is the range of the data
69, 72, 121, 81, 98?
    A. 40 B. 53
    C. 52 D. 50
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  12.   Are there any clusters in this data?
   
    A. Yes, 11-15. B. Yes, 5-8 and 14-18.
    C. Yes, 5-20. D. No, there are no clusters.
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  13.   For the data {11, 13, 18, 19, 22, 25, 29, 32, 37, 37, 38}, what is the interquartile range?
    A. 27 B. 7
    C. 12 D. 19
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  14.   An automobile dealer wants to sell a certain car for $20,000. If three other dealers in town are selling the same car for $15,000, $15,000, and $30,000, which measure of central should the car dealer use to describe this data to his customers?
    A. range B. mode
    C. mean D. median
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  15.   Use the Distributive Property to find 3(13 + 5) written as an equivalent expression.
    A. 3(18) B. 3 + 13 × 3 + 5
    C. 3(13) + 3(5) D. 3 + 13 + 3 + 5
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  16.   On average, letter carriers deliver approximately 670 million pieces of mail each day. About how many pieces of mail do they deliver in 6 days?
    A. 420 billion B. 4.02 billion
    C. 4,020 D. 4.02 million
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  17.   The frequency table shows the height of drops of several waterfalls in the United States. How many waterfalls have a drop of 599 feet or less?
   
    A. 18 B. 6
    C. 21 D. 5
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  18.   The table shows the scores of the University of Texas menís basketball team during the 2002-2003 regular season. Make a stem-and-leaf-plot and use it to find the statement that best describes the data.
   
    A. The mode is 77 points scored. B. The majority of points scored were in the 80s.
    C. The data point 58 is an outlier. D. The majority of points scored were in the 70s.
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  19.   Make a histogram to show the number of hours people in the survey sleep.
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  20.   The graph below shows the number of minutes spent on the phone. What conclusion cannot be made about the data in the graph?
   
    A. The interval with the fewest number of calls is 6-10.
    B. Fourteen calls were made that were 10 minutes or less.
    C. There were a total of 69 calls made.
    D. Nineteen calls were made that were between 16 and 20 minutes.
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