1.   What is the value of 4(9 + y) if y = 0.1?
    A. 36.4 B. 40
    C. 3.6 D. 36.1
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  2.   Evaluate 27 ÷ 3 ·3 + 5.
    A. 8 B. 72
    C. 32 D. 17
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  3.   Evaluate 3x + 2y if x = 3 and y = 7.
    A. 23 B. 105
    C. 27 D. 5
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  4.   Solve 5 + y = 11.
    A. 16 B. 7
    C. 2 D. 6
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  5.   On how many days was the temperature at least 71 degrees?
   
    A. 5 B. 2
    C. 1 D. 3
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  6.   Find the mean of {3, 8, 10, 1, 25}.
    A. 9 B. 1
    C. 9.4 D. 8
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  7.   Which is the correct box-and-whisker plot for the quiz scores?
   
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
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  8.   In what quadrant is point B?
   
    A. IV B. III
    C. I D. II
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  9.   Solve y = -6 2.
    A. 4 B. -8
    C. 8 D. -4
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  10.   Solve -12 - (-3) = m.
    A. -9 B. 9
    C. -15 D. 15
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  11.   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. 1000 miles B. 10000 miles
    C. 2500 miles D. 5000 miles
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  12.   Solve 3x = 36.
    A. 12 B. 14
    C. 6 D. 13
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  13.   67.2 m = ______ cm
    A. 0.672 B. 672
    C. 6,720 D. 67,200
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  14.   How much money do you predict Classic Comics will make on the Internet in July?
   
    A. $130 B. $120
    C. $100 D. $110
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  15.   Find the interquartile range of the data.
   
    A. 7 B. 17
    C. 5 D. 10
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  16.   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. range B. mode
    C. median D. mean
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  17.   Solve -84 ÷ -7 = q
    A. 12 B. 14
    C. -12 D. -14
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  18.   Write 9.01 × 108 in standard form.
    A. 90,100,000 B. 9,010,000
    C. 901,000,000 D. 9,010,000,000
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  19.   Which set of numbers is ordered from least to greatest?
    A. 10,100,000; 1.01 × 106; 101,000,000; 1.0 × 107
    B. 1.01 × 106; 1.0 × 107; 10,100,000; 101,000,000
    C. 10,100,000; 101,000,000; 1.01 × 106; 1.0 × 107
    D. 101,000,000; 10,100,000; 1.0 × 107; 1.01 × 106;
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  20.   Which frequency table matches the histogram below?
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
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