1. Evaluate 6 · 7 – 2p if p = 5. A. 200 B. 420 C. 150 D. 32 Hint 2. Find the quotient A. 83 B. 89 C. 818 D. 8-3 Hint 3. If 3.2z - 6 = 1.8 + 11z, what is the value of z? A. 1 B. -2 C. -1 D. 0 Hint 4. Draw the graph of x + 3y = 12. A. B. C. D. Hint 5. Find –2 + (–4). A. 6 B. 2 C. –2 D. –6 Hint 6. Find 53 · 57 A. 510 B. 25-4 C. 2510 D. 54 Hint 7. Using the formula for the area of a trapezoid , find Aif h = 7 cm, b1 = 3 cm, and b2 = 5 cm. A. 7.5 cm2 B. 18 cm2 C. 25 cm2 D. 28 cm2 Hint 8. Draw a top-count view of this block A. B. C. D. Hint 9. Evaluate 63. A. 729 B. 216 C. 343 D. 125 Hint 10. Use your calculator to evaluate the expression.(5.9 × 108) × (2.4 × 109) A. 1.416 × 1016 B. 1.416 × 1018 C. 1.416 × 1012 D. 1.416 × 1017 Hint 11. The formula for converting Celsius temperatures (C) to Kelvin (K) temperatures is K = C + 273. Find the Kelvin scale temperature of –98°C. A. 371 K B. 175 K C. –175 K D. –371 K Hint 12. Nina earns \$12 per hour as a sales clerk at the mall. If you added a line to the graph below to show Nina's pay, how would it compare to the other two graphs showing Tamika's and Jon's pay? A. The line would not appear on the graph because Nina makes so much more than Tamika and Jon. B. The line would be nearly horizontal. C. The line would be steeper. D. The line would be between Tamika's and Jon's lines. Hint 13. The table below shows the times and distances from the start of a race between Maura and Beth. Find a true statement describing the race. A. Maura's rate was 4 m/s. B. Maura got a 5 meter head start before the race began. C. Beth and Maura were at the same distance from the start at 4 seconds. D. Beth's rate was 3 m/s. Hint 14. The distance-time graph below shows a race between 4 classmates. If the length of the race was 20 meters, who won the race? A. Thomas B. Hector C. Chris D. Randy Hint 15. Which table represents a linear relationship? A. B. C. D. Hint 16. What is the constant difference in the outputs in the table? A. –3 B. 3 C. 2 D. –2 Hint 17. In a bag of 53 cherry- and watermelon-flavored candies, there are 19 more watermelon than cherry candies. Write an equation to determine how many candies are cherry. A. If w = number of watermelon candies, w + (w + 19) = 53. B. If c = number of cherry candies, c + 19 = 53. C. If c = number of cherry candies, c + (c + 19) = 53. D. If w = number of watermelon candies, w + 19 = 53. Hint 18. Solve this equation by imagining a balance puzzle.6n + 14 = 10n + 6 A. n = 2 B. n = 1 C. n = 3 D. n = 4 Hint 19. Which equation has a solution of x = –4? A. 1 – 10x = –17 + 6x B. 6x + 17 = –1 + 10x C. 10x – 1.5 = –17.5 + 6x D. 6x + 17 = 1 – 10x Hint 20. Name a similarity and a difference among the three graphs below.7x + y + 8 = 0–7x + y + 8 = 0–3x – y – 8 = 0 A. The graphs have the same slope, but different y-intercepts. B. The graphs have the same y-intercept, but different slopes. C. The graphs have the same slope and y-intercept. D. None of the graphs have the same slope nor the same y-intercept. Hint