1.   What is the difference between the highest and the lowest values?
   
    A. 84 B. 75
    C. 80 D. 100
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  2.   Which statistic is misleading in the following set of test scores?
2, 85, 87, 88, 89
    A. mean B. median
    C. mode D. upper quartile
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  3.   Which model represents the same fraction as the model shown?
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  4.   Pizzas are sold according to the length of their diameters. What is the circumference of a 14-inch pizza?
    A. 44 in. B. 88 in.
    C. 28 in. D. 22 in.
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  5.   Express $112 for 14 hours as a unit rate.
    A. $8/hr B. $11/hr
    C. $9/hr D. $112/week
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  6.   In Kendra's school, 2 out of every 5 seventh graders went to a movie theater over the weekend. If there are 80 students in the seventh grade, how many of them saw a movie?
    A. 28 B. 36
    C. 32 D. 16
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  7.   Express 830% as a decimal.
    A. 8.3 B. 0.83
    C. 83.0 D. 0.083
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  8.   A cooler contains 5 cans of each flavor of soft drink: cola, lemon-lime, grape, and root beer. Find the probability of one person randomly picking a cola, then another person randomly selecting root beer.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  9.   An automobile dealer wants to sell a certain car for $20,000. If three other dealers in town are selling the same car for $15,000, $15,000, and $30,000, which measure of central should the car dealer use to describe this data to his customers?
    A. median B. mode
    C. mean D. range
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  10.   Express 82 out of 100 as a percent.
    A. 0.83% B. 82%
    C. 82% D. 0.83%
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  11.   Express as a percent.
    A. 3% B. 12%
    C. 6% D. 15%
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  12.   Solve y = -8 + (-15).
    A. 7 B. -23
    C. 23 D. -7
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  13.   If the scale on a map is 1 cm for every 117 km and Washington, D.C., and Baghdad, Iraq, are 85.26 cm apart on the map, then approximately how far apart are they really?
    A. 9,975 km B. 9,975 m
    C. 9,975 cm D. 9.975 m
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  14.   The manager of a computer store analyzed software sales by category for the past month. The results are shown below. If the total sales were 182 software packages last month, how many educational software packages were sold?
   
    A. 31 B. 30
    C. 26 D. 36
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  15.   Express 64 in exponential form as a power of 4.
    A. 26 B. 45
    C. 44 D. 43
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  16.   The after school club purchased five basketballs, six soccer balls, and three volleyballs. How much did the club spend if a basketball costs $14.95, a soccer ball costs $19.99, and a volleyball costs $12?
    A. $206.72 B. $225.65
    C. $230.69 D. $216.80
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  17.   Write 9 as a decimal.
    A. B. 9.83
    C. D.
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  18.   Find × 8 written in simplest form.
    A. 3 B. 3
    C. 3 D. 3
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  19.   Find 0.061 written as a percent.
    A. 6.1% B. 0.00061%
    C. 61% D. 0.61%
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  20.   Between which two years did ice cream sales increase the most?
   
    A. 2000-2001 B. 1999-2000
    C. 1997-1998 D. 1996-1997
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