1.   Find the area of a rectangle whose length is 15 meters and whose width is 7 meters.
    A. 150 m2 B. 22 m2
    C. 44 m2 D. 105 m2
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  2.   Which symbol makes the following statement true?
7,500 ______ 7.5 103
    A. > B. <
    C. = D.
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  3.   You have scores of 62, 75, and 90 on three of your history exams. What do you need to get on your fourth exam in order to have a mean of 80?
    A. 100 B. 80
    C. 93 D. 97
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  4.   Solve (-2)(-8) = a.
    A. 10 B. -10
    C. -16 D. 16
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  5.   Find .
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  6.   Solve
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  7.   Solve .
    A. 2.5 B. 40
    C. 320 D. 10
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  8.   Brenda earns $120 per week working at a part-time job. After taxes, her paycheck is only 75% of what she earned. What is the amount of Brenda's check?
    A. $75 B. $45
    C. $90 D. $900
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  9.   Jacki scored 14 goals in 18 attempts in soccer this season. About what percent of her attempts were goals?
    A. 50% B. 85%
    C. 60% D. 75%
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  10.   After changing its format, a radio station lost 34% of its listeners. If there were an estimated 83,000 listeners originally, how many listeners does the radio station have now?
    A. 49,000 B. 125,758
    C. 54,780 D. 28,220
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  11.   Evaluate 42 10
    A. 6 B. 16
    C. 26 D. 2
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  12.   Express 52% as a fraction.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  13.   Marquez is on a certain baseball team that has a four-man pitching rotation, so each pitcher plays every four days. Walter is on another team, which has a five-man rotation. If Marquez and Walter play in the same game today, how many days will it be before they play on the same day again?
    A. 20 B. 5
    C. 4 D. 10
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  14.   Complete the statement cups = _____ fluid ounces.
    A. 21 B. 51
    C. 40 D. 42
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  15.   Often, milk is sold by the quart. If you buy one quart of milk, how many cups of milk do you have?
    A. 4 B. 2.5
    C. 2 D. 8
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  16.   The pie graph shows the percentage of people found in a survey to prefer certain colors of candy to others. Write the percentage of people who preferred red candy as a decimal.
   
    A. 5.0 B. 0.21
    C. 0.5 D. 2.1
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  17.   If you have 10 CDs, and you want to take three of them with you on a road trip, how many different possibilities are there for which three you bring?
    A. 10 B. 604,800
    C. 3 D. 120
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  18.   Make a bar graph to display the data in the table.
   
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
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  19.   Suppose you toss three quarters. What is the probability that exactly two of the coins will show tails?
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  20.   Evaluate 2! · 7!.
    A. 5,040 B. 10,080
    C. 362,880 D. 14
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