1. Make a conjecture based on the following information. M is obtuse. A. M is straight B. M is acute C. mM = 30 D. mM is not 180 Hint 2. A certain basketball team had 7 wins and 12 losses in a season. Which is a valid conjecture based on this information? A. The team won their last 5 games. B. The team was undefeated. C. The team played 19 games.. D. The team finished 5th in their conference. Hint 3. What is a valid conclusion to the following hypothesis?If there are two points... A. There are an infinite number of lines containing both points. B. There are two lines containing both points. C. There is one line containing both points. D. There are no lines containing both points. Hint 4. Identify the hypothesis in the following algebraic statement: If 3x + 10 = 13, then x = 1. A. 3x B. x = 1 C. 3x + 10 D. 3x + 10 = 13 Hint 5. How many cubes are in the isometric drawing? A. 10 B. 7 C. 12 D. 11 Hint 6. How many cubes are in the isometric drawing? A. 10 B. 11 C. 7 D. 15 Hint 7. Which is the correct Venn diagram for the information shown in the chart? A. B. C. D. Hint 8. How many people surveyed own a compact car? A. 62 B. 27 C. 35 D. 89 Hint 9. What would the chart look like after reading the information:Sam's state is in the most southern of the choices.Dave's state is near the Atlantic Ocean.Amy's state gets snow regularly in the winter and is not near an ocean. A. B. C. D. Hint 10. Which is a problem solving strategy you could use? A. Eliminate possibilities B. all of these C. Work backwards D. Guess and check Hint 11. Select the most reasonable answer. Ten years ago a niece was one-third the age of her aunt. The sum of their ages today is 60. How old is the aunt? A. 30 B. 20 C. 60 D. 40 Hint 12. Select the most reasonable answer. Six years ago a mom was four times the age of her son. The sum of their ages today is 52. How old is the boy today? A. 8 B. 10 C. 13 D. 14 Hint 13. A 4-inch cube is painted yellow. It is cut into 1-inch cubes. How many of the cubes would have exactly one painted side? A. 16 B. 24 C. 12 D. 36 Hint 14. The figure of 1-inch cubes shown is painted blue. If it were cut into separate 1-inch cubes, how many cubes would be painted on exactly three sides? A. 3 B. 1 C. 0 D. 2 Hint