1. Jordan used 44 legs to make some tables with 4 legs each and some stools with 3 legs each. Which of the following problem-solving strategies would work best to find the number of tables and the number of stools he made? A. make a graph B. draw a diagram C. use a formula D. guess and check Hint 2. One hundred people who enter a restaurant are asked to identify their favorite food. This sample is _____. A. a good sample because the people are randomly chosen B. not a good sample because you need to use at least 2000 people to have a good survey C. a good sample because there are a large number of people surveyed D. not a good sample because only people who eat at this particular restaurant are surveyed Hint 3. The graph below can best be described as a _____. A. histogram B. box graph C. stem-and-leaf plot D. line graph Hint 4. Name the coordinate of point D on the number line below. A. 0 B. -2 C. 4 D. 2 Hint 5. Evaluate if z = 6 and b = 3. A. 14 B. C. -14 D. -39 Hint 6. A. B. C. D. Hint 7. Find the quotient ÷ A. B. C. D. Hint 8. Solve the equation -3.7x = -18.5. A. 68.45 B. 5 C. -14.8 D. -5 Hint 9. The probability of an event can best be described as ______. A. B. C. D. Hint 10. Which graph represents the equation y = -x + 4? A. B. C. D. Hint 11. If f(x) = -5x + 8, find f(-1). A. 2 B. 40 C. 13 D. 3 Hint 12. The cost of a container of building staples varies directly as the weight in pounds. Suppose 2 pounds of staples costs \$3.60. What is the cost of 5 pounds of staples? A. \$5.25 B. \$9.00 C. \$1.40 D. \$35.00 Hint 13. The following shows the number of people that ate at a fast food restaurant each hour. What is the mode of the data? A. 50 customers B. 30 customers C. 20 customers D. 40 customers Hint 14. Donald is a waiter at a restaurant. The restaurant has a policy that a glass of soda pop should be 16 oz full. Donald's manager tells him that he is allowed to be 1 oz off in either direction. Which absolute value equation represents this situation? A. |x – 16| = -1 B. |x – 16| = 1 C. |x + 16| = -1 D. |x + 16| = 1 Hint 15. Solve the equation 4.8j = -26.4 A. -5.5 B. 126.72 C. 5.5 D. -126.72 Hint 16. Find three consecutive integers whose sum is 27. A. 8, 9, 10 B. 6, 7, 8 C. 10, 11, 12 D. 7, 8, 9 Hint 17. Solve the equation b + 3 = b. A. b = -1 B. b = -9 C. b = 5 D. no solution Hint 18. Solve the equation 3e + 4(e +3) = 2. A. e = B. e = C. e = D. e = 2 Hint 19. Jamil works at Pizza Palace. When he is assembling pizzas, he sometimes gets bored and makes designs out of the toppings. This happens on two out of every 15 pizzas. If Jamil's manager decides not to tell Jamil to stop being creative unless he does so on more than 25% of the pizzas, will Jamil have to stop being creative? A. No, Jamil is only being creative with about 13% of the pizzas. B. No, Jamil is only being creative with about 2% of the pizzas. C. Yes, Jamil is being creative with about 30% of the pizzas. D. Yes, Jamil is being creative with about 215% of the pizzas. Hint 20. Which statement is not true about a direct variation? A. y varies directly as x. B. The graph is straight line. C. The constant of variation is . D. y is inversely proportional to x. Hint