

1. 
Evaluate 5 + 6 – 2 + 4. 


A. 
17 
B. 
5 


C. 
7 
D. 
13 


Hint 


2. 
Evaluate b^{3} + 6 if b = 2. 


A. 
14 
B. 
512 


C. 
15 
D. 
12 


Hint 


3. 
If the number 178,651 is rounded to 179,000 and plotted on a stem and leaf plot as 179, how would you plot 151,205? 


A. 
1512 
B. 
151 


C. 
115 
D. 
152 


Hint 


4. 
What is the upper extreme for the quiz scores? 





A. 
20 
B. 
17 


C. 
3 
D. 
15 


Hint 


5. 
Find the absolute value of 4. 


A. 

B. 



C. 
4 
D. 
4 


Hint 


6. 
Name the ordered pair for point R. 





A. 
(3,0) 
B. 
(3,0) 


C. 
(0,0) 
D. 
(0,3) 


Hint 


7. 
Solve m  5 = 9. 


A. 
14 
B. 
13 


C. 
15 
D. 
12 


Hint 


8. 
Solve f = . 


A. 
6 
B. 
3 


C. 
4 
D. 
2 


Hint 


9. 
2.3598 kL = ______ L 


A. 
235.98 
B. 
0.0023598 


C. 
23598 
D. 
2,359.80 


Hint 


10. 
Which symbol makes the following statement true? 568 ______ 5.1 × 10^{2} 


A. 
< 
B. 
= 


C. 
> 
D. 



Hint 


11. 
What is the range of the data 69, 72, 121, 81, 98? 


A. 
53 
B. 
40 


C. 
52 
D. 
50 


Hint 


12. 
Find the next term in the sequence 15, 19, 23, 27, … 


A. 
31 
B. 
30 


C. 
29 
D. 
81 


Hint 


13. 
Find the next term in the sequence 83, 92, 101, 110, … 


A. 
121 
B. 
55 


C. 
119 
D. 
111 


Hint 


14. 
Solve (9)(6) = s. 


A. 
54 
B. 
15 


C. 
15 
D. 
54 


Hint 


15. 
Evaluate 16 + (9  4)10  4 · 5. 


A. 
190 
B. 
35 


C. 
96 
D. 
46 


Hint 


16. 
Graph the solution of 18 = on a number line. 


A. 

B. 



C. 

D. 



Hint 


17. 
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. 
108 
B. 
102 


C. 
112 
D. 
158 


Hint 


18. 
Mrs. Robinson bought each of her two daughters a red, white, and blue striped sweater. Her total came to $33.30. Find an equation that shows how much each sweater cost. Use s to represent of the cost of 1 sweater. 


A. 
2 + s = 33.3 
B. 
s  2 = 33.3 


C. 
2s = 33.3 
D. 
= 33.3 


Hint 


19. 
The Used Car Store recently took an inventory of the remaining cars on their lot. The frequency table shows the results. Find how many cars were made in the 21st century. 





A. 
33 
B. 
29 


C. 
18 
D. 
15 


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


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


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


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


Hint 


