

1. 
Evaluate (6 – 3) · 2. 


A. 
0 
B. 
9 


C. 
1 
D. 
6 


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2. 
What is the range for the scores 3, 1, 5, 7, 11, 9? 


A. 
11 
B. 
10 


C. 
6 
D. 
9 


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3. 
What would you predict your resting heart rate would be if you exercise 25 minutes per day? 





A. 
50 
B. 
120 


C. 
100 
D. 
70 


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4. 
What is the median for a set of quiz scores? 





A. 
13 
B. 
16 


C. 
17 
D. 
15 


Hint 


5. 
Find the lower quartile for the quiz scores. 





A. 
12 
B. 
3 


C. 
13 
D. 
17 


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6. 
In physics, the number measures the force of gravity between two objects when a and b each stand for the mass one of the objects and d stands for the distance between them. Find the force of gravity when a = 5, b = 8, and d = 2. 


A. 
10 
B. 
20 


C. 
40 
D. 
5 


Hint 


7. 
The speed of light in a vacuum is exactly 299,792,458 meters per second. Write this number in scientific notation with the factor rounded to the hundredths place. 


A. 
2.99 × 10^{9} 
B. 
3.00 × 10^{9} 


C. 
2.99 × 10^{10} 
D. 
3.00 × 10^{8} 


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8. 
What is the most energy used by any of these states (in hundred trillion BTU's)? 





A. 
29 
B. 
26 


C. 
28 
D. 
27 


Hint 


9. 
Find the mean of {15, 7, 9, 25, 4}. 


A. 
9 
B. 
12 


C. 
13 
D. 
10 


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10. 
Ben races motorcycles for fun. So far, his lap times, in seconds, are 32, 35, 33, and 32. What time must Ben get on his final lap for his average lap time to be 32.6? 


A. 
33 
B. 
32 


C. 
31 
D. 
32.6 


Hint 


11. 
What is the correct boxandwhisker plot for the data {11, 13, 18, 19, 22, 25, 29, 32, 37, 37, 38}? 


A. 

B. 



C. 

D. 



Hint 


12. 
Which of the following is a way in which statistics are made to be misleading? 


A. 
The scale is altered on a graph. 
B. 
Outliers on data are brought up and their effects on the measures of central tendency are explained. 


C. 
The actual data are shown, and you are allowed to figure out the measures of central tendency on your own. 
D. 
All three measures of central tendency are presented. 


Hint 


13. 
Find the next term in the sequence 15, 19, 23, 27, … 


A. 
30 
B. 
81 


C. 
31 
D. 
29 


Hint 


14. 
Find the next term in the sequence 1, 6, 36, 216, 


A. 
222 
B. 
7776 


C. 
1944 
D. 
1296 


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15. 
Evaluate 12^{4}. 


A. 
16,777,216 
B. 
18,491 


C. 
20,736 
D. 
48 


Hint 


16. 
Evaluate 16 + (9  4)10  4 · 5. 


A. 
96 
B. 
46 


C. 
190 
D. 
35 


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17. 
Describe and identify the pattern in the sequence. 0.3, 0.6, 1.2, 2.4, … 


A. 
×2; geometric 
B. 
+2; arithmetic 


C. 
+0.3; arithmetic 
D. 
×0.2; geometric 


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18. 
Michigan’s population is almost 10,000,000 people. Texas’ population is twice that of Michigan. About how many people live in Texas? 


A. 
2.0 × 10^{8} 
B. 
2.0 × 10^{6} 


C. 
2.0 × 10^{7} 
D. 
2.0 × 10^{9} 


Hint 


19. 
The scatter plot shows the number of students per computer in U.S. public schools. Predict the number of students per computer in 2006. 





A. 
2 
B. 
0 


C. 
5 
D. 
8 


Hint 


20. 
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. 
In the future, their will be 0 students per computer. 


B. 
In the future, their will be more students per computer. 


C. 
There are more computers in schools in 2000 than their were in 1990. 


D. 
Their are more computers in schools in 1990 than their were in 2000. 


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