1.   Find the perimeter of the rectangle.
   
    A. 14 m B. 24 m
    C. 12 m D. 10 m
    Hint

  2.   Write 24 as a product.
    A. 4 + 4 B. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2
    C. 4 ·4 D. 2 ·2 ·2 ·2
    Hint

  3.   The following are scores on an English exam. The highest score possible is 100. How many students scored at least 70?
   
    A. 12 B. 25
    C. 14 D. 13
    Hint

  4.   Write the inequality that is graphed on the number line below.
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
    Hint

  5.   About how many -inch ribbons can a seamstress cut from a 36-inch ribbon?
    A. 5 B. 7
    C. 4 D. 6
    Hint

  6.   How much would a bicycle cost if it were marked down 15% from its original price of $289?
    A. $332.35 B. $340.00
    C. $43.35 D. $245.65
    Hint

  7.   57 mL = ______ L
    A. 0.57 B. 57,000
    C. 0.0057 D. 0.057
    Hint

  8.   Express as a percent.
    A. 68.73% B. 6.87%
    C. 687.30% D. 0.69%
    Hint

  9.   Express 82 out of 100 as a percent.
    A. 0.83% B. 0.83%
    C. 82% D. 82%
    Hint

  10.   Find the least common multiple of 18 and 24.
    A. 216 B. 36
    C. 72 D. 432
    Hint

  11.   Evaluate if k = -64, m = 2, and n = -4.
    A. 8 B. 16
    C. -16 D. -8
    Hint

  12.   Solve 4z + 8 = 40.
    A. 28 B. 8
    C. 4 D. 10
    Hint

  13.   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. 9 D. 3
    Hint

  14.   Express % as a decimal.
    A. 0.72625 B. 0.072625
    C. 7.2625 D. 72.625
    Hint

  15.   Find the interest earned if $278.50 is placed in a savings account at 9.5% simple interest for 3 years.
    A. $28.50 B. $26.46
    C. $79.37 D. $90.34
    Hint

  16.   Choose the sequence that is geometric.
    A. 8, 7, 6, 5, B. 1, 2, 6, 24,
    C. 1.2, 1.8, 2.4, 3.0, D. 4, 0.8, 0.16, 0.032,
    Hint

  17.   Both bar graphs show the amount it costs to heat a two-story house during the winter. Which graph is misleading? Explain.
   
    A. Graph A; there is no break in the vertical scale, the cost of heating the house in December and February are about the same.
    B. Graph A; the months are not ordered from greatest to least cost.
    C. Graph B; there is a break in the vertical scale, the cost of heating the house in January appears to be much greater than heating the house in November.
    D. Graph B; the months are not ordered from least to greatest cost.
    Hint

  18.   About 1 in every 25 people in Honolulu, Hawaii speak Chinese at home. What percent of people is this?
    A. 5% B. 8%
    C. 25% D. 4%
    Hint

  19.   The bar graph shows survey results of the age of students who were first allowed to either walk or ride their bike to school alone. Suppose there are 4,240 students in the district. Predict how many of them were first allowed to walk or ride their bike to school alone when they were 10 years of age or older.
   
    A. 1,502 B. 1,560
    C. 1,506 D. 1,526
    Hint

  20.   Solve y - 10 7. Graph the solution.
    A. B.
    C. D.
    Hint



Glencoe
The McGraw-Hill Companies