1.   Evaluate 2(15 6) 3 6.
    A. 0 B. 36
    C. 6 D. 18
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  2.   Evaluate if a = 5, b = 6 and c = 3.
    A. 10 B.
    C. 30 D. 3
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  3.   Write 24 as a product.
    A. 4 + 4 B. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2
    C. 4 ·4 D. 2 ·2 ·2 ·2
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  4.   2,561 mm = ______m
    A. 2,561,000 B. 0.2561
    C. 2.561 D. 25.61
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  5.   Use the factor tree to write the prime factorization of 120.
    A. 2 × 2 × 3 × 5 B. 2 × 60
    C. 2 × 2 × 2 × 3 × 5 D. 2 × 3 × 5
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  6.   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. 3 B. 4
    C. 6 D. 2
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  7.   Solve 3r + 5 > 26.
    A. r > 7 B.
    C. r > 21 D.
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  8.   What number is 34% of 65?
    A. 41.2 B. 19.1
    C. 22.1 D. 52.3
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  9.   Express as a decimal.
    A. 0.125 B. 0.0125
    C. 0.8 D. 1.25
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  10.   Express as a decimal.
    A. 3.6666 B. 0.26
    C. 26 D. 2.6
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  11.   Are there any clusters in this data?
   
    A. Yes, 11-15. B. No, there are no clusters.
    C. Yes, 5-8 and 14-18. D. Yes, 5-20.
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  12.   Find the next term in the sequence
1, 6, 36, 216,
    A. 1944 B. 222
    C. 7776 D. 1296
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  13.   Express as a percent.
    A. 20% B. 60%
    C. 90% D. 80%
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  14.   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. 4 pounds B. 1 pounds
    C. 8 pounds D. 2 pounds
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  15.   If a batch of cookies takes of an hour to prepare and bake, about how many batches of cookies can be prepared and baked in three hours?
    A. 12 B. 10
    C. 15 D. 13
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  16.   Sometimes you can simplify fractions before you multiply them. How would you simplify × before finding the product?
    A. Divide 4, 6, and 21 by 6. B. Divide 4 and 6 by 2.
    C. Divide 6 and 21 by 3. D. Divide 4 and 11 by 2.
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  17.   Express % as a fraction in simplest form.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  18.   Make a stem-and-leaf-plot of the prices of DVD players listed in the table.
   
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
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  19.   Write 5 as a decimal.
    A. B. 5.01
    C. D. 5.11
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  20.   Suppose you spend $6 for lunch at an arcade. Each game you play costs $0.75. How many games can you play if you brought $15 to spend?
    A. 12 games B. 13 games
    C. 11 games D. 10 games
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