1.   Write 120,000,000 in scientific notation.
    A. 1.2×109 B. 12×107
    C. 1.2×108 D. 0.12×109
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  2.   The following are scores on an English exam. The highest score possible is 100. What is the least score?
   
    A. 100 B. 71
    C. 21 D. 75
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  3.   Which value occurred the most often?
   
    A. 70 B. 77
    C. 78 D. 0
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  4.   Solve (-5)2 = c.
    A. 10 B. -10
    C. -25 D. 25
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  5.   Find . Write the difference in simplest form.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  6.   Solve
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  7.   Solve .
    A. 2.5 B. 320
    C. 40 D. 10
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  8.   Write 0.234 as a percent.
    A. 23.4% B. 2.34%
    C. 23% D. 234%
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  9.   What number is 60% of 80?
    A. 52 B. 75
    C. 32 D. 48
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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. $332.35
    C. $245.65 D. $43.35
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  11.   7,939 mg = ______ g
    A. 0.7939 B. 79.39
    C. 7.939 D. 7,939,000
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  12.   Find the next term in the sequence
13, 19, 24, 28, …
    A. 32 B. 41
    C. 31 D. 33
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  13.   An ordinary six-sided die is rolled. What is the probability that a number greater than four is rolled?
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  14.   Write 10 · 10 · 10 in exponential form.
    A. 310 B. 31
    C. 103 D. 13
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  15.   Simplify 16 + y + (-20).
    A. 4 + (-y) B. y - 36
    C. 4 + y D. y + (-4)
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  16.   Find + written in simplest form.
    A. B.
    C. 1 D. 1
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  17.   Estimate % of 886.
    A. 6 B. 3
    C. 12 D. 9
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  18.   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. 1,506
    C. 1,526 D. 1,560
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  19.   Use the spinner to find P(not prime). Write as a fraction in simplest form.
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  20.   The Millers’ have four children. What is the probability that they have 1 boy and 3 girls? Assume that the chance of having either a boy or a girl is 50%.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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