1. What is the multiplicative inverse of A. B. 4 C. D. Hint 2. Graph {all integers less than 5, but greater than -1.} A. B. C. D. Hint 3. Find the difference -18 - 4. A. -22 B. -14 C. 14 D. 22 Hint 4. Solve -198 = -11x. A. x = -18 B. x = 187 C. x = -187 D. x = 18 Hint 5. Solve A. a = B. a = C. a = 7 D. a = 14 Hint 6. Find two consecutive integers whose sum is -13. A. -6, -7 B. -12, -1 C. -5, -8 D. -5.5, -7.5 Hint 7. Solve the equation 7 = 2 + 5(z - 2). A. 3 B. C. D. 2 Hint 8. Find the perimeter of the figure if x = 5. A. 40 units B. 20 units C. 5 units D. 8 units Hint 9. Solve for g. A. g = B. g = C. 1 D. g = Hint 10. An antique car was purchased for \$7400 and is now worth \$10,600. What is the approximate percent of change? A. 50% B. 30.19% C. 69.81% D. 43.24% Hint 11. What are the odds of not selecting a black ace from a standard deck of 52 cards? A. 1:25 B. 25:26 C. 26:1 D. 25:1 Hint 12. Use the Distributive Property to simplify 7(6x2 + 5x + 4). A. 42x2 + 35x + 28 B. 42x2 + 35x + 4 C. 42x2 +35x + 21 D. 42x2 + 5x + 4 Hint 13. Simplify 12y + 8y. A. 20y B. 4y C. simplified D. 20y2 Hint 14. Simplify 3x2 + 11x + 2x2. A. 16x2 B. simplified C. 5x2 + 11x D. 6x2 + 11x Hint 15. Identify the conclusion in the following algebraic statement:If a = 3, then 2a + 1 = 7. A. a = 3 B. 2a C. 2a + 1 = 7 D. 2a + 1 Hint 16. A counterexample disproves a conditional when ________ . A. the hypothesis is true and the conclusion is false B. the hypothesis is false and the conclusion is false C. the hypothesis is true and the conclusion is true D. the hypothesis is false and there is no valid conclusion Hint 17. Which values are a counterexample to the given statement? If x × y = 0, then x must be 0. A. x = 5, y = 0 B. x = 0, y = 0 C. x = 0, y = 1 D. x = -1, y = 1 Hint 18. Translate the equation into a verbal sentence. A. One-third of a number x minus 4 equals 5. B. Five subtracted from the quotient of and a number x is 4. C. One-third times the difference of a number x and 5 is 4. D. One-third of a number x minus 5 equals 4. Hint 19. Hakan has 50 milliliters of a 10% acid solution. How many milliliters of 45% acid solution should he add to create a 35% acid solution? A. 78 milliliters B. 100 milliliters C. 125 milliliters D. 97 milliliters Hint 20. Solve A. m = B. m = 1 C. m = -1 D. m = Hint