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A bag of mixed Yummy Gummies contains 26% green, 34% red, 24% blue, and 16% yellow gummies. Carla put 250 mixed gummies in a bowl. Write a proportion that can be used to find y, the total number of yellow gummies in the bowl. 1

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A bag of mixed Yummy Gummies contains 26% green, 34% red, 24% blue, and 16% yellow gummies. Carla put 250 mixed gummies in a bowl. Which proportion can be used to find y, the total number of yellow gummies in the bowl? F H G I 2

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An electronic device counted 3,962 vehicles passing through an intersection during a 7-hour period. If the number of vehicles passing through this intersection per hour remains the same, which proportion can be used to find x, the number of vehicles that would be counted by the device during a 9-hour period?

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A C B D

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The following table shows the number of pages in novels that Chloe read for pleasure each month during the school year. If Chloe read only 125 pages during the month of May, which measure of data changed the most, the mean, median, or mode? MonthSeptOctNovDecJanFebMarchApril Number of pages read

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If Chloe read only 125 pages during the month of May, which measure of data changed the most? A The mean B The median C The mode D All measures were affected equally. MonthSeptOctNovDecJanFebMarchApril Number of pages read

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A spinner and a fair number cube are used in a game. The spinner has an equal chance of landing on 1 of 4 colors: red, purple, blue, or green. The faces of the cube are labeled 1 through 6. What is the probability of a player spinning the color red and then rolling a 5 or 6?

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F H G J

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An actual airplane compared to a model airplane has a ratio of 64:3. If the actual plane has a length of 16 ft, what is the length of the model of this plane in inches?

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An actual airplane compared to a model airplane has a ratio of 64:3. If the actual plane has a length of 16 ft, what is the length of the model of this plane?

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Jerome is planning to paint the walls of a game room? The room measures 16 ft by 25 ft and has 8 ft ceilings. He will put 2 coats of paint on these walls. Each gallon of paint will cover 400 square feet. How many gallons of paint will he need?

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A.2 B.3 C.4 D.5

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If this cylindrical vase were filled with water, approximately how much water would it contain? 4 in. 10 in.

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If this cylindrical vase were filled with water, approximately how much water would it contain? 4 in. 10 in.

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If this pattern is continued, how many tiles will be in the fifth term?

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A.13 B.15 C.16 D.21

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If ABC is translated left 5 units and down 2 units, what are the coordinates of B?

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A. (5,-2) B. (1,4) C. (1,0) D. (11,0)

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A rectangle is 4 inches long and 3 inches wide. If both dimensions are doubled, what is the new area?

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A. 12 sq. in. B. 28 sq. in. C. 24 sq. in. D. 48 sq. in.

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If the lengths of the sides of a square are tripled, how will the perimeter of the new square compare to that of the original square?

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A. The perimeter will be 3 times the perimeter of the original square. B. The perimeter will be 9 times the perimeter of the original square. C. The perimeter will be 27 times the perimeter of the original square..D. The perimeter will be 6 times the perimeter of the original square.

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Janine drove her car 192 miles on 6 gallons of gasoline. At this rate of gasoline usage, how far will she be able to travel on 10 gallons of gasoline?

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Janine drove her car 192 miles on 6 gallons of gasoline. At this rte of gasoline usage, how far will she be able to travel on 10 gallons of gasoline? A 196 mi B 320 mi C 480 mi D 768 mi

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A skateboard that normally costs $85 is on sale for 25% off. What is the sale price of the skateboard?

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A $21.25 B $34.00 C $60.00 D $63.75

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In a box of 20 assorted bagels, 4 bagels contain blueberries, and 5 bagels contain cranberries. What is the probability that a bagel chosen at random from the box contains neither blueberries nor cranberries?

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In a box of 20 assorted bagels, 4 bagels contain blueberries, and 5 bagels contain cranberries. What is the probability as a percent that a bagel chosen at random from the box contains neither blueberries nor cranberries? A 5% B 45% C 55% D 95 %

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Julia estimated that it would take her 4 hours to write a 4-page report. It actually took her only 38 minutes to write the first page of the report. If she keeps writing at this same rate, by how many hours did she overestimate the time it would take her to complete the report?

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A 2 hours 32 minutes B 2 hours 8 minutes C 2 hours 28 minutes D 1 hour 28 minutes

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There are 16 teams in a basketball tournament. A team is eliminated from the tournament as soon as it loses a game. The tournament ends when there is only one team left that has not lost a game. How many games are played during the tournament? 31

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There are 16 teams in a basketball tournament. A team is eliminated from the tournament as soon as it loses a game. The tournament ends when there is only one team left that has not lost a game. How many games are played during the tournament? A 15 B 16 C 30 D 32 32

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Look at the quadrilaterals shown at the left. The figures best illustrate what kind of transformation ? 33

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34 Look at the quadrilaterals shown below. The figures best illustrate what kind of transformation ? A Rotation B Dilation C Reflection D Translation

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Which of the points on the graph satisfies the condition x 2? 35

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36 Which of the points on the graph satisfies the condition x 2? A Point R B Point S C Point T D Point V

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In how many fewer minutes will a taxi complete a 10-mile drive at an average speed of 40 miles per hour than at an average speed of 30 miles per hour? 37

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In how many fewer minutes will a taxi complete a 10-mile drive at an average speed of 40 miles per hour than at an average speed of 30 miles per hour? A 5 minutes B 10 minutes C 8 minutes D 13 minutes 38

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Mr. Kumar needs $0.50 to pay for the newspaper. He has 6 dimes, 5 quarters, and 4 nickels in his pocket. If Mr. Kumar reaches into his pocket and randomly takes out 2 coins one at a time without putting either one back, what is the probability that he will select the two quarters he needs? 39

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40 Mr. Kumar needs $0.50 to pay for the newspaper. He has 6 dimes, 5 quarters, and 4 nickels in his pocket. If Mr. Kumar reaches into his pocket and randomly takes out 2 coins one at a time without putting either one back, what is the probability that he will select the two quarters he needs? A C BD

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Antonio and his two brothers equally shared the cost of a new CD with a list price of $18. They received a 20% discount off the list price and paid 8.25% sales tax on the discounted price. Find the approximate amount that each of the 3 brothers paid toward the cost of the CD.

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A $4.80 C $6.50 B $5.20 D $15.59

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A factory worker can manufacture 35 electronic switches in 1.5 hours. At this rate, how many hours will it take him to manufacture 210 switches? 43

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A factory worker can manufacture 35 electronic switches in 1.5 hours. At this rate, how many hours will it take him to manufacture 210 switches? A 6 hours B 9 hours C 4900 hours D 140 hours 44

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45 Martys horse Dither weighed 1200 pounds. Over a three-month period, Marty increased the horses food intake, and Dithers weight increased by 10%. But over the next two month, Marty exercised the horse more frequently and Dithers weight decreased by 10%. What did Dither weigh at the end of the five-month period?

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A 1200 lbC 1320 lb B 1188 lbD 1298 lb 46

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