1. The graph below can best be described as a _____. A. line graph B. histogram C. box graph D. stem-and-leaf plot Hint 2. Find the sum -4 + (-7). A. 11 B. -3 C. -11 D. 3 Hint 3. Which sentence is not a true sentence? A. -1 < -2(-4) B. 6(-8) > 7(-6) C. 7 - 10 > -8 + 4 D. 0 > -6(5) Hint 4. The 1996 populations of the five largest cities in Maryland were 675,401, 46,227, 46,019, 45,361, and 40,181. What is the median population of the five cities? A. 46,019 B. 357,791 C. 45,794 D. 170,637.8 Hint 5. The product of -1 and any number is called the number's ______. A. additive inverse B. rational inverse C. closure product D. factor term Hint 6. There are 3 types of soda and 2 types of ice cream or yogurt at the OldTyme Soda Fountain. The Fundamental Counting Principle tells you that there will be 6 possible combinations of soda and ice cream or yogurt because ______. A. (3 + 2) + 1 = 6 B. (3 · 3 · 2) ÷ 3 = 6 C. (3 · 2 · 2) ÷ 2 = 6 D. 3 · 2 = 6 Hint 7. How many of the outcomes when tossing a coin three times include at least one tail? A. 5 B. 7 C. 8 D. 6 Hint 8. The quotient ÷ where b, c, d 0 is the same as _____. A. B. C. D. Hint 9. A recipe for cookies calls for 1 cups of sugar. You want todivide the recipe by 3. How much sugar should you use? A. cup B. cup C. 1 cups D. 1 cups Hint 10. Solve the equation 4(3a - 1) = -28. A. B. C. -2 D. 2 Hint 11. When a rate is simplified so it has denominator of 1, it is called a(n) ______. A. equivalent analysis B. proportional ratio C. dimensional rate D. unit rate Hint 12. 62.5% of what number is 10? A. 16 B. 625 C. 0.16 D. 6.25 Hint 13. On a particular January day in Fargo, North Dakota, the probability of snow for Monday is 50% and for Tuesday is 70%. Find the probability that it will snow on either Monday or Tuesday in Fargo. A. 85% B. 50% C. 60% D. 100% Hint 14. Solve the equation x + 8 = 4. A. x = -4 B. x = 4 C. xv = -12 D. x = 12 Hint 15. Which equation below is not an example of the Subtraction Property of Equality? A. If x = 2, then x = 3 – 1. B. If x = -5, then x – 2 = -5 – 2. C. If x = 0, then x – 4 = 0 – 4. D. If x = 3, then x – 4 = 3 – 4. Hint 16. If you spin the spinner three times, how many combinations of results are there? A. 216 B. 36 C. 18 D. 6 Hint 17. Marilyn and Rafael spent the same amount of money on school supplies this year. Marilyn bought 4 notebooks and spent \$3 on other school supplies. Rafael bought 5 of the same notebooks and spent \$1.75 on other school supplies. How much does one notebook cost? A. \$1.25 B. \$0.14 C. \$42.75 D. \$0.53 Hint 18. Convert 18 L to mL. A. 0.018 mL B. 1.8 mL C. 180 mL D. 18,000 mL Hint 19. Mindy's hamster, Fluffy, just had babies. Her dad tells her she can keep 15% of the baby hamsters. If Fluffy had 20 baby hamsters, how many of them can Mindy keep? A. 3 hamsters B. 133 hamsters C. 5 hamsters D. 15 hamsters Hint 20. If two events can occur at the same time, the events are called ______. A. inclusive B. exclusive C. mutually inclusive D. mutually exclusive Hint