1.   Evaluate 3 · 4 + 62
    A. 103 B. 76
    C. 24 D. 48
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  2.   Solve 3x = 18.
    A. 21 B. 7
    C. 6 D. 15
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  3.   2 cm = ______mm
    A. 0.2 B. 2
    C. 200 D. 20
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  4.   How can a line graph be used to make predictions?
    A. It has a title.
    B. It shows a trend over time.
    C. It has vertical and horizontal scales.
    D. It displays data.
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  5.   Find the mode of {325, 100, 115, 621, 325, 325, 100}.
    A. 325 B. 100
    C. 273 D. 115
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  6.   Find the median of {55, 21, 21, 69, 71}.
    A. 55 B. 21
    C. 47.4 D. 71
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  7.   Which value occurred the most often?
   
    A. 77 B. 70
    C. 0 D. 78
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  8.   Which statistic is misleading in the following set of test scores?
2, 85, 87, 88, 89
    A. mean B. mode
    C. median D. upper quartile
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  9.   Find the next term in the sequence 2, 6, 18, ...
    A. 22 B. 30
    C. 54 D. 38
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  10.   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. 41 B. 220
    C. 200 D. 400
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  11.   Evaluate 7 × (a - 4) if a = 9.
    A. 59 B. 28
    C. 35 D. 63
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  12.   What is the most energy used by any of these states (in hundred trillion BTU's)?
   
    A. 29 B. 26
    C. 27 D. 28
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  13.   In a set of data, if the interquartile range is 8, the upper quartile is at 17, what is the highest number that could be in the data without being an outlier?
    A. 30 B. 52
    C. 29 D. 50
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  14.   Find the next term in the sequence
15, 19, 23, 27,
    A. 30 B. 29
    C. 31 D. 81
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  15.   The prices of a shirt, before tax, in ten different department stores are as follows: $17.99, $21.99, $14.99, $13.99, $22.99, $21.99, $19.99, $17.99, $24.99, and $18.99. If you were to create a frequency table of this data, how many department stores would fall into the interval $20.00 to $21.99?
    A. 3 B. 1
    C. 2 D. 4
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  16.   The after school club purchased five basketballs, six soccer balls, and three volleyballs. How much did the club spend if a basketball costs $14.95, a soccer ball costs $19.99, and a volleyball costs $12?
    A. $206.72 B. $225.65
    C. $230.69 D. $216.80
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  17.   Use the Distributive Property to find 3(13 + 5) written as an equivalent expression.
    A. 3 + 13 × 3 + 5 B. 3(18)
    C. 3 + 13 + 3 + 5 D. 3(13) + 3(5)
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  18.   A steak dinner including filet mignon, a baked potato, and green beans costs $20. A slice of apple pie can be added for $6 more. How much would it cost a family of 5 to each have a steak dinner and apple pie?
    A. $106 B. $50
    C. $26 D. $130
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  19.   Which expression represents the Identity Property of Multiplication?
    A. 8 + 0 = 8 B. 4 × 1 = 1 × 4
    C. j × 1 = j D. h × 0 = 0
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  20.   Both bar graphs show the amount it costs to heat a two-story house during the winter. Which graph is misleading? Explain.
   
    A. Graph B; the months are not ordered from least to greatest cost.
    B. Graph A; there is no break in the vertical scale, the cost of heating the house in December and February are about the same.
    C. Graph A; the months are not ordered from greatest to least cost.
    D. 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.
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