1.   Evaluate (6 – 3) · 2.
    A. 6 B. 0
    C. 9 D. 1
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  2.   Evaluate b3 + 6 if b = 2.
    A. 512 B. 14
    C. 15 D. 12
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  3.   2 cm = ______mm
    A. 200 B. 20
    C. 2 D. 0.2
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  4.   3.5 g = ______mg
    A. 0.35 B. 3,500
    C. 350 D. 0.0035
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  5.   Find the next term in the sequence 2, 6, 18, ...
    A. 54 B. 38
    C. 22 D. 30
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  6.   What is the least common denominator for and
    A. 9 B. 36
    C. 12 D. 72
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  7.   Order the integers –5, 1, -6, -3, and 5 from least to greatest.
    A. –6, -5, -3, 1, 5 B. –5, -6, -3, 1, 5
    C. –3, -5, -6, 1, 5 D. 5, 1, -3, -5, -6
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  8.   Solve y = -7 - (-15).
    A. 105 B. 9
    C. -22 D. 8
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  9.   George wants to resurface the table below with ceramic tiles. What is the largest square tile that he can use without having to cut any tiles?
   
    A. 4 inches on each side B. 8 inches on each side
    C. 12 inches on each side D. 6 inches on each side
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  10.   When you add 6 to the product of a number and 10, the result is 36. Solve 10n + 6 = 36 to find the number.
    A. 2 B. 4
    C. 3 D. 6
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  11.   Which graph represents the solution to x + 4 > -2?
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
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  12.   Write a percent to represent the shaded area.
   
    A. 20% B. 38%
    C. 25% D. 24%
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  13.   Express as a percent.
    A. 20% B. 90%
    C. 60% D. 80%
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  14.   Express 70% as a fraction.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  15.   Name the ordered pair for point B.
   
    A. (4, 0) B. (0, 0)
    C. (-4, 0) D. (0, 4)
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  16.   Solve x = -9 - (-7).
    A. -2 B. -16
    C. 16 D. 2
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  17.   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. 3 B. 2
    C. -3 D. 9
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  18.   The Mojave Desert in southern California is 15,000 square miles. The Sahara Desert in northern Africa is about 233 times larger than the Mojave Desert. How big is the Sahara Desert?
    A. 3.5 × 103 sq mi B. 3.5 × 105 sq mi
    C. 3.5 × 104 sq mi D. 3.5 × 106 sq mi
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  19.   The table shows the scores of the University of Texas men’s basketball team during the 2002-2003 regular season. Make a stem-and-leaf-plot and use it to find the statement that best describes the data.
   
    A. The data point 58 is an outlier. B. The majority of points scored were in the 70s.
    C. The majority of points scored were in the 80s. D. The mode is 77 points scored.
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  20.   Find the slope of the line that passes through each pair of points. (-7, 3), (-3, 6)
    A. - B.
    C. - D.
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