1.   Solve
    A. 16 B. 4
    C. 3 D. 24
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  2.   The following are scores on an English exam. The highest score possible is 100. What is the greatest score?
   
    A. 75 B. 21
    C. 100 D. 71
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  3.   Which interval has the most values?
   
    A. 90-99 B. 10-19
    C. 60-69 D. 70-79
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  4.   Which value occurred the most often?
   
    A. 0 B. 77
    C. 78 D. 70
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  5.   Find the absolute value of -17.
    A. -17 B. -18
    C. D. 17
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  6.   Which symbol makes the sentence true? -10 _________ -3
    A. < B.
    C. = D. >
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  7.   Which addition problem is modeled?
   
    A. 3 + (-5) = -2 B. 3 + 5 = 2
    C. 3 + 5 = 8 D. 3 + (-5) = 2
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  8.   Solve (-16) (-4) = b.
    A. -20 B. 20
    C. 4 D. -4
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  9.   Write 45,870,320 in scientific notation.
    A. 4.587032 × 107 B. 45.87032 × 106
    C. 4.587032 × 108 D. 45.87032 × 107
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  10.   In what quadrant is point S.
   
    A. IV B. III
    C. II D. I
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  11.   In what quadrant is point C located?
   
    A. none B. IV
    C. I D. II
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  12.   One gallon is four times as much as one quart. A gallon of water weighs about eight pounds. Use the equation 4q = 8 to find out about how much a quart of water weighs.
    A. 2 pounds B. 8 pounds
    C. 4 pounds D. 1 pounds
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  13.   Mrs. Rollins had some extra candy left over from Halloween, so she decided to give a treat to her math class. She gave everyone two pieces of candy, and then, for the rest of the period, every time someone correctly answered a question, she gave that person three more pieces of candy. Jean-Paul had 11 pieces of candy in Mrs. Rollins's class. Use the equation 11 = 3q + 2 to figure out how many questions Jean-Paul answered correctly.
    A. 9 B. 2
    C. -3 D. 3
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  14.   Write an inequality for the sentence 8 minus 3 times a number is greater than or equal to 2.
    A. 8 3t 2 B. 3t - 8 2
    C. 8t - 3 2 D. 3 - 8t 2
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  15.   Solve 7 + y 21
    A. y > 14 B. y 3
    C. y 14 D. y 14
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  16.   Evaluate 60 ÷ 12 + 2(13 - 7).
    A. 6 B. 22
    C. 2.5 D. 17
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  17.   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. $26 B. $130
    C. $50 D. $106
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  18.   The Ride Away Bike Shop has 27 mountain bikes and 34 road bikes. Find the expression that represents the number of tires in the Ride Away Bike Shop.
    A. 27 × 27 + 34 × 34 B. 34 + 27
    C. 2(27 + 34) D. 2(27) × 2(34)
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  19.   On average, letter carriers deliver approximately 670 million pieces of mail each day. About how many pieces of mail do they deliver in 6 days?
    A. 420 billion B. 4,020
    C. 4.02 billion D. 4.02 million
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  20.   Graph y = 2x - 3.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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