

1. 
Evaluate (6 – 3) · 2. 


A. 
0 
B. 
6 


C. 
9 
D. 
1 


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2. 
Evaluate if a = 5, b = 6 and c = 3. 


A. 
10 
B. 
3 


C. 
30 
D. 



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3. 
Write 2^{4} as a product. 


A. 
4 · 4 
B. 
2 · 2 · 2 · 2 


C. 
2 + 2 + 2 + 2 
D. 
4 + 4 


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4. 
Which symbol makes the following statement true? 7,500 ______ 7.5 × 10^{3} 


A. 
> 
B. 



C. 
= 
D. 
< 


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





A. 
13 
B. 
17 


C. 
12 
D. 
20 


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6. 
Which is not a reason that measures of central tendency for a set of data can be misleading? 


A. 
incomplete data 
B. 
too much data 


C. 
outliers in the data 
D. 
inaccurate data 


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7. 
Jordan runs 2 miles every day. He is tracking his progress on the graph below. Describe the trend in his running times over the last six months. 





A. 
There is no relationship. 


B. 
Jordan is spending more time running every day. 


C. 
Jordan is running fewer miles now than when he started. 


D. 
It takes Jordan less time to run 2 miles now than when he started. 


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8. 
Anna lives in San Francisco, and she has a business partner in Washington, D.C. Sometimes she flies to Washington for meetings; San Francisco and Washington, D.C., are 2438 miles apart. In August, Anna flies to Washington and back twice. What is a good estimate of the number of miles she has flown in August? 


A. 
10000 miles 
B. 
2500 miles 


C. 
5000 miles 
D. 
1000 miles 


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9. 
Evaluate 4^{2} – 10 


A. 
2 
B. 
26 


C. 
16 
D. 
6 


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10. 
7,939 mg = ______ g 


A. 
79.39 
B. 
7.939 


C. 
7,939,000 
D. 
0.7939 


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11. 
How many states in this group used at least 17 hundred trillion BTU's of energy? 





A. 
11 
B. 
12 


C. 
9 
D. 
10 


Hint 


12. 
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. 
median 
B. 
mean 


C. 
mode 
D. 
range 


Hint 


13. 
Find the next term in the sequence 1, 6, 36, 216, 


A. 
1296 
B. 
1944 


C. 
7776 
D. 
222 


Hint 


14. 
The line plot shows students' scores for a science test. How many students scored an 85 on the science test? 





A. 
0 
B. 
1 


C. 
2 
D. 
3 


Hint 


15. 
Graph the solution of 11 + y = 28 on a number line. 


A. 

B. 



C. 

D. 



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16. 
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. 
102 
B. 
112 


C. 
108 
D. 
158 


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


A. 
+0.3; arithmetic 
B. 
+2; arithmetic 


C. 
×0.2; geometric 
D. 
×2; geometric 


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18. 
Which set of numbers is ordered from least to greatest? 


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


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


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


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


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19. 
The scatter plot shows the number of students per computer in U.S. public schools. Describe the trend shown in the graph. 





A. 
The number of students per computer is increasing. 


B. 
The number of students per computer is decreasing. 


C. 
Their is no relationship between the number of students per computer and the years. 


D. 
The number of students per computer is staying the same. 


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20. 
Make a stemandleafplot of the prices of DVD players listed in the table. 





A. 



B. 



C. 



D. 



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