1.   Evaluate 34.
    A. 7 B. 81
    C. 12 D. 64
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  2.   Which value occurred the most often?
   
    A. 0 B. 78
    C. 77 D. 70
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  3.   What is the difference between the highest and the lowest values?
   
    A. 84 B. 75
    C. 100 D. 80
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  4.   Solve 7 + (-16) = x.
    A. -9 B. 23
    C. -23 D. 9
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  5.   Solve (-5)2 = c.
    A. 10 B. -10
    C. -25 D. 25
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  6.   Solve 75 = 25a.
    A. 100 B.
    C. 50 D. 3
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  7.   Find . Write the product in simplest form.
    A. B. 1
    C. D.
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  8.   Find .
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  9.   Is a proportion? Explain.
    A. No, because 2 × 9 8 × 3.
    B. Yes, because 2 × 9 = 8 × 3.
    C. No, because 2 + 3 = 8 + 9.
    D. Yes, because 2 × 3 = 8 × 9.
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  10.   How many ways can you order a pizza if you pick one from each choice; 4 sizes, 3 different crusts, 5 kinds of cheese, and 12 toppings?
    A. 1440 B. 60
    C. 80 D. 720
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  11.   What is the greatest common factor of 14p2q and 42p3q2?
    A. 7pq B. 7p2q2
    C. 14p2q D. 14pq
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  12.   Juste has lived in California, Nevada, Oregon, Arizona, and Colorado. If the name of one of the states is picked randomly out of a bag containing the names of all 50, what are the chances that Juste has lived there?
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  13.   Write an algebraic expression for the phrase 6 times z.
    A. z6 B. 6 + z
    C. 6z D. z - 6
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  14.   In the expression 18 is 20% of 90, 90 is the _____.
    A. percent proportion B. percentage
    C. rate D. base
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  15.   Vladimir got 16 hits in 49 at-bats. About what percent of his at-bats resulted in hits?
    A. 20% B. 10%
    C. 40% D. 30%
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  16.   If a sweater costs $37.99, and the sales tax in the area is 6.0%, what is the total price of the sweater?
    A. $35.84 B. $23.75
    C. $40.27 D. $60.79
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  17.   A spinner numbered 1 through 10 is spun 100 times. The results of the experiment are shown in the table below. What is the experimental probability of spinning a 5?
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  18.   You roll a number cube three consecutive times. What is the probability that you roll an even number the first two times and a 3 the last time?
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  19.   A group of 10 students is to be divided into 2 groups of 5. How many ways is this possible?
    A. 10 B. 30,240
    C. 120 D. 252
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  20.   Estimate ÷ .
    A. 2 B. 1
    C. D. 0
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