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. 9 B. 6 C. 8 D. 5 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. 9 B. 5 C. 8 D. 6 Hint 3. Evaluate if a = 10 and b = 5. A. 400 B. 4,000 C. 2,000 D. 200 Hint 4. Solve 7.53 = 2.76 + m. A. 4.77 B. 12.35 C. 15.06 D. 10.29 Hint 5. Write an equation to represent ''the product of 7 and m is 29.'' A. m - 7 = 29 B. 7 + m = 29 C. 29m = 7 D. 7m = 29 Hint 6. If Julie has x strawberries in one sack and four fewer strawberries in another sack, write an expression for how many strawberries are in the second sack. A. x + 4 B. 4 + x C. 4 - x D. x - 4 Hint 7. The table shows temperatures in degrees Celsius for selected cities in Ohio on a winter day. Choose the number line that displays these temperatures. Use the first letter of each city for to name the points. A. B. C. D. Hint 8. Tiger Woods ended his round of golf 7 under par. If par is a score of 0, what integer reflects this score? A. |7| B. |-7| C. -7 D. 7 Hint 9. Two golfers ended their game scoring 2 above par and 5 under par. Write two inequalities to represent their scores. A. 2 < 5 and -5 < 2 B. 2 < 5 and 5 > 2 C. 2 > -5 and -5 < 2 D. 2 < -5 and 5 > 2 Hint 10. The sale of hard candy in a candy store is not the same from one year to another. In 1998, 40% of the candy sold was hard candy, The table shows the change in sales in the successive years. What percent of the candy sold in 2001 was hard candy? A. 40% B. 42% C. 41% D. 39% Hint 11. Evaluate (3 + 10 ÷ 2 – 6 + 18) ÷ 22. A. 10 B. 4.625 C. 6.5 D. 5 Hint 12. Solve 63 = p – 11. A. 74 B. 52 C. 22 D. 126 Hint 13. Solve 256 = 16w. A. 1 B. 256 C. 16 D. 4096 Hint 14. Write an equation to represent ''the quotient of a number and 4 is 16.'' A. = n B. = n C. = 16 D. = 4 Hint 15. A football team has the ball on its own 20-yard line. What yard line will the ball be on after they gain 5 yards on a running play? A. 30-yard line B. 25-yard line C. 10-yard line D. 15-yard line Hint 16. What is the additive inverse of 15? A. -15 B. 0 C. 15 D. Hint 17. Write 22 times a number is 110 as an algebraic equation. Let n represent the number. A. 22n = 110 B. = 110 C. 22 – n = 110 D. 22 + n = 110 Hint 18. Write 8 more than a number is 17 as an algebraic equation. Let n represent the number. A. n – 17 = 8 B. n + 8 = 17 C. n + 17 = 8 D. n – 8 = 17 Hint 19. Which value of d makes the sum of d and -12 equal 25? A. -37 B. -13 C. 13 D. 37 Hint 20. Solve -23t = 92. A. 4 B. -4 C. 2,116 D. -2,116 Hint