1.   Refer to the set of data below. If 15 were removed from the set of data, which values would change?
   
    A. range and mean B. mean, median, and range
    C. range D. mode
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  2.   Which number is a solution to x + 7 = 16?
    A. 10 B. 8
    C. 23 D. 9
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  3.   On how many days was the temperature at least 71 degrees?
   
    A. 2 B. 1
    C. 5 D. 3
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  4.   What is the median for a set of quiz scores?
   
    A. 13 B. 15
    C. 16 D. 17
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  5.   Estimate .
    A. 4 B. 5
    C. 2 D. 3
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  6.   Eric uses 7 gallons of gas to drive 196 miles. How many miles can he drive using 1 gallon of gas?
    A. 30 B. 22
    C. 28 D. 14
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  7.   Solve .
    A. 25 B. 20
    C. 35 D. 30
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  8.   The results of a poll show that 23% of people attending the movies on a weekend saw a particular movie. Out of 5832 people polled how many saw that movie?
    A. 13,414 B. 1341
    C. 25,357 D. 4491
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  9.   The price of a computer system at an electronics store is $1099. Determine the percent of change in price if the computer system sold for $1349 a month earlier.
    A. 22.7% decrease B. 18.5% increase
    C. 18.5% decrease D. 22.7% increase
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  10.   How much would a bicycle cost if it were marked down 15% from its original price of $289?
    A. $340.00 B. $245.65
    C. $43.35 D. $332.35
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  11.   Solve 11r = 99.
    A. 8 B. 11
    C. 9 D. -9
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  12.   Write the inequality that is graphed on the number line below.
   
    A. x -3 B. x -3
    C. x < -3 D. x > -3
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  13.   Find the perimeter of the rectangle.
   
    A. 13 ft B. 26 ft
    C. 19 ft D. 40 ft
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  14.   Kira has a 17.5-gallon gasoline tank in her car. She feels comfortable driving until she only has one gallon left, and then she fills up her tank again. If she starts with a full tank and then travels 182 miles on her first 7 gallons of gas, how much farther can she go before she only has one gallon of gasoline left in her tank?
    A. 247 B. 123.5
    C. 365 D. 200
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  15.   Find 30% of 300.
    A. 10 B. 90
    C. 900 D. 100
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  16.   Mrs. Robinson bought each of her two daughters a red, white, and blue striped sweater. Her total came to $33.30. Find an equation that shows how much each sweater cost. Use s to represent of the cost of 1 sweater.
    A. 2s = 33.3 B. = 33.3
    C. s - 2 = 33.3 D. 2 + s = 33.3
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  17.   Describe and identify the pattern in the sequence.
0.3, 0.6, 1.2, 2.4,
    A. +0.3; arithmetic B. ×0.2; geometric
    C. +2; arithmetic D. ×2; geometric
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  18.   The stem-and-leaf plot shows the bowling scores of one round of a bowling meet. Find the true statement.
   
    A. Their were a total of 15 bowlers who participated in the meet.
    B. Only one bowler scored in the 170-179 point range.
    C. The bowling score of 168 is an outlier of the data.
    D. The range of the bowling scores is 33.
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  19.   Estimate - .
    A. B. 0
    C. 1 D. 1
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  20.   Estimate 178% of 31.
    A. 24 B. 30
    C. 45 D. 54
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