1.   The cafeteria has 52 tables. If each table can seat 5 people, how many people does the cafeteria hold?
    A. 260 B. 57
    C. 52 D. 5
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  2.   Write 2,564,000 in scientific notation.
    A. 2,564×103 B. 25.64×105
    C. 2.564×106 D. 2.564×105
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  3.   Which is the correct box-and-whisker plot for the quiz scores?
   
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
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  4.   Find the least common multiple of 3, 4, and 5.
    A. 120 B. 60
    C. 30 D. 12
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  5.   Solve (-2)(-8) = a.
    A. 16 B. 10
    C. -10 D. -16
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  6.   The equation x + 3 = 5 is modeled below. To solve this problem using the model, what should you do first?
   
    A. Remove 3 positive counters from each side of the mat.
    B. Add 5 negative counters to the left side of the mat.
    C. Add 3 positive counters to each side of the mat.
    D. Remove 5 positive counters from the right side of the mat.
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  7.   Find 35% of 400.
    A. 365 B. 70
    C. 120 D. 140
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  8.   Evaluate 5k + if
k = 3, m = 20, and n. = 5.
    A. 19 B. 7
    C. 20 D. 57
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  9.   Find the perimeter of the triangle, then round to the nearest tenth.
   
    A. 34.02 units B. 34.0 units
    C. 34.03 units D. 34.027 units
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  10.   Which statistic gives the most meaningful information about the central tendency of the data {23, 25, 26, 26, 27, 29, 29, 30, 450, 450, 450}?
    A. median B. mode
    C. mean D. range
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  11.   Which of the following is a way in which statistics are made to be misleading?
    A. The scale is altered on a graph. B. The actual data are shown, and you are allowed to figure out the measures of central tendency on your own.
    C. Outliers on data are brought up and their effects on the measures of central tendency are explained. D. All three measures of central tendency are presented.
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  12.   What is the greatest common factor of 36, 54, and 90.
    A. 9 B. 6
    C. 18 D. 36
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  13.   Find the least common multiple of 6, 8, and 10.
    A. 120 B. 86
    C. 140 D. 240
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  14.   Mr. Navarro is a landscaper. He uses a computer program to generate scale drawings of his plans. If the scale on a particular drawing is 3 cm for each meter and Mr. Navarro wants to plant a hedge that runs along the side of a building and is 13 m long, how long should the drawing of the hedge on the program be?
    A. 30 cm B. 39 cm
    C. 23 cm D. 12.3 cm
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  15.   Express as a percent. Round to the nearest tenth.
    A. 1.68% B. 38.1%
    C. 26.3% D. 2.38%
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  16.   Describe and identify the pattern in the sequence.
0.3, 0.6, 1.2, 2.4,
    A. +2; arithmetic B. ×2; geometric
    C. +0.3; arithmetic D. ×0.2; geometric
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  17.   The stem-and-leaf plot shows the bowling scores of one round of a bowling meet. Choose the statement that best describes how the data are spread out.
   
    A. The majority of bowlers scored 149 points or less.
    B. The mode represents the average bowling score.
    C. The majority of bowlers scored 149 points or greater.
    D. The bowling scores are evenly spread out between 116 and 168.
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  18.   What value of y makes -y = - a true sentence?
    A. - B.
    C. D. -
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  19.   A cell phone company charges $40 every month for unlimited calls. Let x equal the number of months and y equal the total cost. Choose the representation that does not describe the situation.
    A. y = 40x B.
    C. D. The ordered pair (-2, -80) is a solution.
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  20.   Find the slope of the line that passes through each pair of points.
   
    A. -3 B. 3
    C. D.
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