

1. 
Evaluate 5 + 6 – 2 + 4. 


A. 
13 
B. 
5 


C. 
17 
D. 
7 


Hint 


2. 
Evaluate (17 + 15) ÷ (5 – 1). 


A. 
32 
B. 
4 


C. 
8 
D. 
19 


Hint 


3. 
Solve 


A. 
24 
B. 
3 


C. 
4 
D. 
16 


Hint 


4. 
Which value occurred the most often? 





A. 
77 
B. 
78 


C. 
0 
D. 
70 


Hint 


5. 
What is the upper extreme for the quiz scores? 





A. 
3 
B. 
15 


C. 
20 
D. 
17 


Hint 


6. 
Find the next term in the sequence 3, 9, 15, 21, … 


A. 
27 
B. 
25 


C. 
36 
D. 
63 


Hint 


7. 
Mrs. Harker is one of 20 teachers at Springfield Middle School. She has 21 students in her class. About how many students probably attend Springfield Middle School? 


A. 
200 
B. 
41 


C. 
400 
D. 
220 


Hint 


8. 
Solve x + 3 = 22. 


A. 
17 
B. 
23 


C. 
19 
D. 
25 


Hint 


9. 
57 mL = ______ L 


A. 
0.057 
B. 
0.0057 


C. 
57,000 
D. 
0.57 


Hint 


10. 
Are there any clusters in this data? 





A. 
No, there are no clusters. 
B. 
Yes, 1115. 


C. 
Yes, 520. 
D. 
Yes, 58 and 1418. 


Hint 


11. 
Write 7 · 7 · 7 · 7 · 7 in exponential form. 


A. 
7^{5} 
B. 
7^{7} 


C. 
5^{5} 
D. 
5^{7} 


Hint 


12. 
Write 10 · 10 · 10 in exponential form. 


A. 
1^{3} 
B. 
10^{3} 


C. 
3^{10} 
D. 
3^{1} 


Hint 


13. 
Evaluate 60 ÷ 12 + 2(13  7). 


A. 
2.5 
B. 
6 


C. 
22 
D. 
17 


Hint 


14. 
On a full flight from San Antonio to Los Angeles 28 people sat in first class. If 130 were on the flight, how many people sat in coach? 


A. 
158 
B. 
102 


C. 
108 
D. 
112 


Hint 


15. 
Describe and identify the pattern in the sequence. 6, 7, 9, 12, 16, … 


A. 
×2; geometric 
B. 
+1; arithmetic 


C. 
Add 1 to the first term, add 2 to the second term, and so on; neither arithmetic nor geometric 
D. 
Add 2 to the first term, add 4 to the second term, and so on; neither arithmetic nor geometric 


Hint 


16. 
Choose the sequence that is geometric. 


A. 
1, 2, 6, 24, … 
B. 
1.2, 1.8, 2.4, 3.0, … 


C. 
4, 0.8, 0.16, 0.032, … 
D. 
8, 7, 6, 5, … 


Hint 


17. 
Which set of numbers is ordered from least to greatest? 


A. 
1.01 × 10^{6}; 1.0 × 10^{7}; 10,100,000; 101,000,000 


B. 
101,000,000; 10,100,000; 1.0 × 10^{7}; 1.01 × 10^{6}; 


C. 
10,100,000; 1.01 × 10^{6}; 101,000,000; 1.0 × 10^{7} 


D. 
10,100,000; 101,000,000; 1.01 × 10^{6}; 1.0 × 10^{7} 


Hint 


18. 
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 more students per computer. 


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


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


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


Hint 


19. 
Make a bar graph to display the data in the table. 





A. 



B. 



C. 



D. 



Hint 


20. 
Both bar graphs show the amount it costs to heat a twostory house during the winter. Which graph is misleading? Explain. 





A. 
Graph A; the months are not ordered from greatest to least cost. 


B. 
Graph B; the months are not ordered from least to greatest cost. 


C. 
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. 


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 


