1. Arlene lives in Orange Grove and her cousin Louise lives in Bloomington. There are three roads from Orange Grove to Bloomington. How many ways can Arlene travel roundtrip to visit Louise if she can travel the same road twice? A. 8 B. 5 C. 9 D. 6 Hint 2. Arlene lives in Orange Grove and her cousin Louise lives in Bloomington. There are three roads from Orange Grove to Bloomington. How many round trips are possible if Arlene does NOT use the same road twice? A. 8 B. 5 C. 9 D. 6 Hint 3. Solve y - 17 = 24. A. 7 B. 20 C. 41 D. 19 Hint 4. Write an equation to represent ''the product of 7 and m is 29.'' A. m - 7 = 29 B. 29m = 7 C. 7m = 29 D. 7 + m = 29 Hint 5. Name the coordinate of point A on the number line. A. 5 B. -4 C. -7 D. 0 Hint 6. Choose the correct symbol below to make the sentence true. |-4| ___ 3 A. = B. none of these C. < D. > Hint 7. Solve x = -2 + 7 + (-11). A. 20 B. -20 C. 6 D. -6 Hint 8. Write the additive inverse of -10. A. B. 10 C. -10 D. Hint 9. Find the value for t in t = 41 - (-19). A. -22 B. 60 C. -60 D. 22 Hint 10. Solve z = -48 ÷ 6. A. -54 B. -42 C. -8 D. 8 Hint 11. Evaluate (3 + 10 ÷ 2 – 6 + 18) ÷ 22. A. 4.625 B. 5 C. 6.5 D. 10 Hint 12. Solve 50 = . A. 43 B. 49 C. 57 D. 350 Hint 13. Malik is x years old. Abdul is 6 years younger than Malik. Write an expression to find Abdul's age. A. x + 6 B. x – 6 C. D. 6 – x Hint 14. Solve p = 5 + 13 + (-3). A. p = 5 B. p = 21 C. p = 15 D. p = -11 Hint 15. Which statement is false? A. The sum of two odd numbers is an even number. B. The product of an even number and an odd number is an odd number. C. The product of two odd numbers is an odd number. D. The sum of an even number and an odd number is an odd number. Hint 16. The temperatures in five Minnesota cities are -7°F, -3°F, 5°F, -4°F, and -6°F. Find the mean (average) temperature of the cities. A. -4°F B. -3°F C. 1°F D. -2°F Hint 17. Which value of t makes the sum of t and 14 equal -8? A. -6 B. 22 C. 6 D. -22 Hint 18. Olivia has 3 times as many quarters as Kaylee has. If Olivia has 42 quarters, which equation could be used to determine the number of quarters Kaylee has? Let k represent the number of quarters that Kaylee has. A. 42 – k = 3 B. 3 + k = 42 C. 3k = 42 D. = 42 Hint