1.   Write 24 as a product.
    A. 2 ·2 ·2 ·2 B. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2
    C. 4 ·4 D. 4 + 4
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  2.   Express 25% as a fraction.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  3.   When you add 6 to the product of a number and 10, the result is 36. Solve 10n + 6 = 36 to find the number.
    A. 6 B. 4
    C. 3 D. 2
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  4.   Write 5 less than twice the length equals 11 as an algebraic equation.
    A. - 5 = 11 B. 5 < 2 + 11
    C. 2 - 5 = 11 D. 2 ÷ 5 = 11
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  5.   The table below lists four solutions of y = 3x 2.Find the missing value.
   
    A. 4 B. 2
    C. 1 D. 5
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  6.   Marja bicycled 7 hours a day for 14 days. She traveled 294 miles. What is her unit rate of travel per day?
    A. 42 miles per day B. 21 miles per day
    C. 2 miles per day D. 3 miles per day
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  7.   From a group of six students, four are to be chosen to form a committee. In how many ways can the committee be chosen?
    A. 360 B. 720
    C. 15 D. 30
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  8.   What is the greatest common factor of 14p2q and 42p3q2?
    A. 14pq B. 7p2q2
    C. 7pq D. 14p2q
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  9.   Solve t = 30 ÷ -6.
    A. -5 B. -24
    C. 5 D. 24
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  10.   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. -3
    C. 9 D. 2
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  11.   Choose the equation for the graph below.
   
    A. y = x - 3 B. y = 2x - 2
    C. y = 3x - 3 D. y = 4x - 2
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  12.   Find the circumference of the circle. Use for .
   
    A. 8.4 m B. 16.5 m
    C. 33 m D. 86.6 m
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  13.   Find the circumference of a circle with diameter 4 ft.
    A. 25.13 ft B. 50.27 ft
    C. 7.14 ft D. 12.57 ft
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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. 23 cm
    C. 39 cm D. 12.3 cm
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  15.   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. $60.79
    C. $40.27 D. $23.75
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  16.   The graphs below show the number of minutes spent on the phone. Which graph would you use to order the days of the week from greatest to least amount of time spent on the phone?
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  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 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.
    B. Graph A; the months are not ordered from greatest to least cost.
    C. Graph A; there is no break in the vertical scale, the cost of heating the house in December and February are about the same.
    D. Graph B; the months are not ordered from least to greatest cost.
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  18.   Determine whether = form a proportion. Explain.
    A. No, because 10.62 × 4 = 6 × 7.05.
    B. Yes, because 10.62 × 4 = 6 × 7.05.
    C. Yes, because 10.62 × 4 6 × 7.05.
    D. No, because 10.62 × 4 6 × 7.05.
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  19.   A computer store offers a computer with a 15-, 17-, or 19-inch monitor and an inkjet or laser printer. Make a tree diagram to show the different ways a computer can be sold with a monitor and printer.
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
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  20.   The spinner below was spun 250 times and 5 came up 20 times. What is the experimental probability of spinning a 5?
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
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