1.   Evaluate 5 + 6 2 + 4.
    A. 5 B. 13
    C. 7 D. 17
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  2.   Write 24 as a product.
    A. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 B. 2 ·2 ·2 ·2
    C. 4 ·4 D. 4 + 4
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  3.   Choose an appropriate scale for the data 31, 25, 37, 41, and 38.
    A. 0-100 B. 0-50
    C. 25-41 D. 31-38
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  4.   If the number 178,651 is rounded to 179,000 and plotted on a stem and leaf plot as 17|9, how would you plot 151,205?
    A. 151|2 B. 15|1
    C. 15|2 D. 1|15
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  5.   Write a percent to represent the shaded area.
   
    A. 100% B. 16%
    C. 64% D. 4%
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  6.   Which symbol makes the sentence true?
   
    A. B. <
    C. = D. >
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  7.   What integer represents a loss of 15 yards in football?
    A. |15| B. |-15|
    C. 15 D. -15
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  8.   Solve x = 6(-7).
    A. 13 B. -42
    C. -1 D. 42
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  9.   Solve x = -28 ÷ 7.
    A. 4 B. -21
    C. 21 D. -4
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  10.   Solve 65 (-5) = c.
    A. -13 B. 13
    C. 60 D. -60
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  11.   Express 0.87 as a percent.
    A. 87% B. 870%
    C. 8.7% D. 0.87%
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  12.   What is the most energy used by any of these states (in hundred trillion BTU's)?
   
    A. 26 B. 27
    C. 29 D. 28
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  13.   How many states in this group used at least 17 hundred trillion BTU's of energy?
   
    A. 9 B. 10
    C. 12 D. 11
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  14.   Ben races motorcycles for fun. So far, his lap times, in seconds, are 32, 35, 33, and 32. What time must Ben get on his final lap for his average lap time to be 32.6?
    A. 33 B. 32.6
    C. 32 D. 31
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  15.   Find the next term in the sequence
1, 6, 36, 216,
    A. 222 B. 1296
    C. 1944 D. 7776
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  16.   What is the greatest common factor of 64 and 40?
    A. 20 B. 4
    C. 8 D. 2
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  17.   Express as a percent.
    A. 687.30% B. 6.87%
    C. 0.69% D. 68.73%
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  18.   Solve v = -8(4).
    A. -32 B. -12
    C. 32 D. 12
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  19.   Express 0.6493 as a percent.
    A. 64.93% B. 649.3%
    C. 6.493% D. 0.6493%
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  20.   Find the property that is shown by y + z = z + y.
    A. Commutative Property of Addition B. Identity Property of Addition
    C. Associative Property of Addition. D. Commutative Property of Multiplication
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