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Which set of decimals is in order from least to greatest? A. 4.23, 4.12, 4.1, 4.09 B. 4.23, 4.09, 4.1, 4.12 C. 4.09, 4.1, 4.12, 4.23 D. 4.1, 4.12, 4.23, 4.09

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There are 20 marbles in a box: 6 blue marbles, 4 red marbles, 7 green marbles, and 3 black marbles. What is the probability of choosing a green or a black marble from the box? A. 15% B. 20% C. 30% D. 50%

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An accountant drives 50 miles a day to work. Which expression represents the total number of miles he drives after x days? A. 50 x B. 50 x C. x – 50 D. x + 50

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Samuel has been playing the piano 5 years longer than Marisa. Marisa has been playing for y years. Which equation can be used to find the number of years Marisa has been playing the piano if Samuel has been playing for 13 years? A.C. B. D.

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Which point represents the ordered pair (5, 3)? A. M B. N C. O D. P

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Caitlin’s pay rate is $17.25 per hour. If she works 38 hours, how much will she be paid? A. $646.00 B. $647.50 C. $655.50 D. $664.50

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X XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX X XXXXXX X Each contestant in a game show was given 10 questions to answer. The line plot below shows how many questions each contestant answered correctly. How many contestants got at least half of the questions correct? A. 4 B. 5C. 6D. 10

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Which step should be done first when simplifying the following expression? A. Add 4 to 16. B. Subtract 8 from 16. C. Divide 8 by 2. D. Multiply 2 by 3.

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Which of the following expressions describes the greatest common factor (GCF) of 72 and 108? A.C. B. D.

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A pancake recipe calls for ¾ of a cup of milk for each batch. How many batches of pancakes can Alex make with 3¾ cups of milk? A.C. B. D.

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The graph shows the dollar amount of sales made at Art’s Autos from 1993 to 2003. Between which 2 years did sales increase the most? A. 1993 - 1995 B. 1995 - 1997 C. 1997 - 1999 D. 2001 - 2003 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003

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Cathy is making bows to tie onto gift boxes. She has 3.85 meters of ribbon and uses 0.8 meters to make each bow. How many bows can Cathy make? A. 3 bows B. 4 bows C. 5 bows D. 6 bows

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A spool contains 9 meters of ribbon. How many 0.225-meter pieces of ribbon can be cut from the spool? A. 22 B. 30 C. 40 D. 53

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John made a bar graph showing the eye colors of the sixth grade students at his school. About how many more sixth grade students have brown eyes than blue eyes? A. 12 B. 21 C. 33 D. 54

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Which is the value of the following expression? A. 22 ⅔ B. 20 C. 13 ⅓ D. 12

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What is the value of the expression below? A. 1 B. 4 C. 17 D. 25

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Which of the following statements is not true about prime numbers? A. No prime number is even. B. Prime numbers are whole numbers. C. Prime numbers have exactly 2 factors. D. The numbers 0 and 1 are not prime numbers.

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Which is the prime factorization of 120? A.C. B. D.

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Which fraction is equivalent to 0.1875? A.C. B. D.

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Bus A arrives every 5 minutes, Bus B arrives every 12 minutes, and Bus C arrives every 20 minutes. If the three buses just arrived at the same time, in how many minutes will they arrive at the same time again? A.20C. 60 B. 40D. 80

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What is the greatest common factor (GCF) of 48 and 90? A.2 x 3C. B. D.

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Which of the following expressions represents the greatest common factor of 84 and 144? A.C. B. D.

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Find the product? A.C. B. D.

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Find the quotient? A.C. B. D.

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What number has a prime factorization of 3³ x 7²? A.76C. 441 B. 126D. 1,323

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Ms. Watson needs 1¼ pounds of ground turkey for a recipe. At the store, she sees four packages of turkey with the weights given below. Which weight is closest to the amount Ms. Watson needs? A.1.15 lbs.C. 1.43 lbs. B. 1.28 lbs.D. 1.52 lbs.

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Where on the given number line is the fraction located? A. between and C. between and B. between and D. between and

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Which set of numbers is in order from least to greatest? A.C. B. D.

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Sarah’s father bought four drill bits with the diameters listed below. Which drill bit has the smallest diameter? A. -inch bitC. -inch bit B. -inch bitD. -inch bit

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What is the next term in the following pattern? 13.7, 12.8, 11.9, 11.0, A. 10.1 B. 10.9 C. 11.1 D. 12.9

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What is the seventh term in the following pattern? 1.2, 3.6, 10.8, 32.4, … A. 54.0 B. 97.2 C. 186.6 D. 874.8

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A spool contains 5.5 feet of ribbon. Pat cuts off a piece of ribbon. There are 3.8 feet of ribbon left on the spool. Which equation could not be used to determine the length of the ribbon (r) Pat cut off? A. 5.5 – r = 3.8 B. r – 3.8 = 5.5 C. 5.5 + 3.8 = r D. r – 5.5 = 3.8

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Evaluate the expression: A. 6 B. 14 C. 120 D. 128

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Which exponent will make the following equation true? A. x = 1 B. x = 2 C. x = 3 D. x = 4

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On Wednesday mornings, admission to the park swimming pool is $3.00 per adult and $2.00 per child. Which expression can be used to find the cost of admission to the pool for a group of a adults and c children? A.C. B. D.

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Solve for x. A. x = 1 B. x = 4 C. x = 7 D.x = 12

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The perimeter of a rectangular yard is 86 feet. If the length is four more than twice the width, which equation can be used to find x, the width of the yard? A. 6x + 4 = 86 B. 2x + 2x + 4 = 86 C. 2x + 4 = 86 D.2x + 2(2x + 4) = 86

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Evaluate the expression, if d = 3.2 A. 11.2 B. 5.2 C. 4 D. 3.4

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Which of the following statements is TRUE about the equation ? A. As the value of x increases by one, the value of y increases by two. B. As the value of x increases by one, the value of y doubles. C. As the value of x increases by one, the value of y increases by three. D.As the value of x increases by one, the value of y triples.

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Using the table, which is the order of insects from shortest to longest? A. ant, bumblebee, cockroach, midge B. bumblebee, ant, cockroach, midge C. midge, cockroach, ant, bumblebee D.midge, ant, cockroach, bumblebee InsectLength (in.) ant bumblebee cockroach0.625 midge

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There are 60 students in the band. According to the graph, how many students play clarinet? A.32 studentsC. 25 students B. 27 studentsD. 15 students

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Macy’s is having a sale on the end-of- season clothing. Marika found a skirt that is on sale for 30% off its original price. The original price of a skirt is $75.50. What is the sale price of the skirt? A. $22.65 B. $38.50 C. $45.50 D. $52.85

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Ernie’s cell phone company charges a monthly fee of $15 and $0.20 per minute used. Ernie talked for 60 minutes this month. How much will his phone bill be, not including taxes? A. $27 B. $45 C. $85 D. $135

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In a scale drawing of a house,1 inch: 15 ft. If one side of the house is 37.5 feet, what is the length of that side in the drawing? A. 2.5 in. B. 0.4 ft. C. 2.5 ft. D. 562.5 in.

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Which list is ordered from LEAST to GREATEST? A.,, 3.025, 32.5% B. 32.5%,,, 3.025 C. 3.025, 32.5%,, D. 32.5%, 3.025,,

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Which point on the number line has a value of 3.625?

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The line plot below shows the ages of teachers in your school. Which of the following statements are true according to the data? A. The oldest teacher is 28 years older than the youngest teacher. B. Most of the teachers are older than 45. C. The most common age is 48. D. All three of the above statements are true.

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Justin is organizing his trophy case. He has 30 baseball trophies and 45 soccer trophies. He wants to arrange the trophies so that each row has the same number of trophies from only one sport. What is the greatest number of trophies that can be in each row? A. 3 C. 15 B. 5D. 30

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Ralph and his friend want to buy 3 DVDs normally priced at $20 each in stores A, B, and C. Today all 3 stores have the DVDs on sale. At which store will they spend the least money when purchasing all 3 DVDs? A. Store A C. Stores A and B B. Store B D. Stores A and C StoreSale ABuy one at regular price and get 2 for half price each. BEach DVD is on sale at a 35% discount. CBuy 2 at regular price and get one for free.

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For her birthday, Jenna received 5 stuffed animals, 3 DVDs, 2 books, 1 game, 8 CDs, 1 shirt, and two pairs of jeans. What is the ratio of DVDs to her total number of gifts? A. 1:3 B. 3:8 C. 3:19 D. 3:22

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Your best friend plays the drums in a new popular band. Each song is three to five minutes long. Which is the best estimate for the total number of songs that the band could play in a two hour concert? A. 15 songsC. 30 songs B. 24 songs D. 40 songs

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Steve and Terry are preparing for a bike trip. They are increas- ing the number of miles that they ride each week so that they will have a successful trip. The table shows the number of miles that each boy traveled for the first half of their training. Given the constant rate for each boy shown in the table, which of the statements would be true for week 8? A. Terry will travel more miles than Steve. B. The boys will travel the same amount of miles. C. Terry will travel a total of 13 miles. D. Steve and Terry will travel a total of 20 miles. WeekSteveTerry 163 26.54 375 47.56

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The table shows Maria’s results on a 50-question social studies test. Of the questions she answered correctly, what percent were true-false questions? Multiple Choice Questions True/False Questions Essay Questions # of Questions Answered Correctly 27153 # of Questions Answered Incorrectly 311 A. 30%C. 40% B. 33⅓ % D. 67⅔%

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You are sending a blanket to your friend’s brother in Iraq. To determine the cost for mailing the package, the post office needs to know the dimensions of the package. Which units would be most appropriate for measuring the dimensions of the package? A. inches B. cubic inches C. feet D. square feet

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Fifty-six students submitted entries to the Reflections competition. Twelve students won the opportunity to progress to the state level. Which is the ratio of the students who progressed to the state level to those who submitted entries? A. 1 to 12 B. 3 to 14 C. 3 to 25 D. 1 to 56

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A soft drink can holds 350 ml of cola. If the machine at the canning company contains 700 L of cola, how many cans can be filled before the machine is empty? A. 2 B. 20 C. 200 D. 2000

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What is the measurement of the unmarked side on these similar figures? A. 18C. 42 B. 30 D. 48

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Josh enjoys building model antique cars. If the actual car was 16¼ feet long and his model is 3¼ inches long, what is the scale factor of the model car? A. ¼ inch = 1 foot B. ½ inch = 3 feet C. 1 inch = 5 feet D. 1 inch = 5 feet and 4 inches

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Fifty-six students submitted entries to the Reflections competition. Twelve students won the opportunity to progress to the state level. Which is the ratio of the students who progressed to the state level to those who submitted entries? A. 1 to 12 B. 3 to 14 C. 3 to 25 D. 1 to 56

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At her job, Paula is paid $15.00 per hour. When she drives her car for work, she receives an additional 48.5¢ per mile. The expression below can be used to find the amount she is paid in dollars, when she works for h hours and drives m miles in her car. How much is Paula paid when she works 18½ hours and drives 348 miles in her car for work? A. $63.50C. $366.50 B. $188.10 D. $446.28

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Which expression represents 15 less than a number x? A. 15 – x B. x – 15 C. 15 ÷ x D. x ÷ 15

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A spider crawled 25 centimeters in six seconds. How long will it take the spider to crawl 15 meters if it continues to crawl at the same rate? A. 36 seconds B. 1 min. and 30 seconds C. 3 min. and 15 seconds D. 6 minutes

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Bianca works at a flower shop. In a recent delivery of roses, Bianca had to throw out 7 roses that had wilted. She divided the remaining roses into bunches of 12. Which expression represents this situation? A. 12(w – 7) B. 12w + 7 C. (w – 7) ÷ 12 D. 12(w ÷ 7)

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Nathan has a rectangular garden measuring 15 ft. by 30 ft. His neighbor has a garden measuring 10 yds. By 20 yds. Which statement accurately compares the area of the two gardens? A. The area of Nathan’s garden is exactly 1.5 times larger than the area of his neighbor’s garden. B. The area of the neighbor’s garden is exactly 2 times larger than the area of Nathan’s garden. C. The area of Nathan’s garden is exactly 2.25 times larger than the area of his neighbor’s garden. D. The area of the neighbor’s garden is exactly 4 times larger than the area of Nathan’s garden.

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It takes your teacher 10 minutes to grade 3 of your class papers. Which pair of ratios could be used to determine how long it will take her to grade all 117 of her students’ papers? A. C. B. D.

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You are sending a blanket to your friend’s brother in Iraq. To determine the cost for mailing the package, the post office needs to know the dimensions of the package. Which units would be most appropriate for measuring the dimensions of the package? A. inches B. cubic inches C. feet D. square feet

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If you were flying over Egypt, what would a square pyramid look like when viewed from above in an airplane? A. B. C. D.

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PQRST is similar to KLMNO. What is the length of x? A. 6 mm B. 4.5 mm C. 1 mm D. 2 mm

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Jack baked x batches of cookies to take to school. Each batch had 15 cookies. Jack ate 9 of the cookies he baked. Which expression represents the number of cookies that Jack took to school? A. 15 + x – 9 B. 9 – 15 – x C. 15 ÷ x – 9 D. 15x – 9

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Describe the graph represented by the table. x01234 y06121824 A. The line will rise to the right. B. The line will rise to the left. C. The line will be a straight horizontal line. D. The line will be a straight vertical line.

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Which of the following shows a pair of similar figures? A. C. B. D. 4

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Phil wants to join a health club. One club charges a one-time joining fee of $55 and a monthly fee of $23. Which expression represents this situation? A. 55m + 23 B. 23m + 55 C. (55 + 23)m D. 55 – 23m

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Which figure has rotational symmetry? A.C. B. D.

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Square 1 is similar to Square 2. The scale factor is 5:2. If the area of Square 1 is 64 square feet, what is the area of Square 2? A. 10 ft² B. 10.24 ft² C. 25.6 ft² D. 50 ft²

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Quadrilateral ABCD and Quadrilateral EFGH are similar. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. m B is equal to m F. B. AB is proportional to EF. C. CD is congruent to GH. D. m C is equal to m G.

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Which expression represents 23 more than a number n? A. n + 23 B. n – 23 C. n > 23 D. 23 > n

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Which equation represents the relationship shown in the table? A. y = x + 2C. y = 2x B. y = x + 6 D. y = 6x x246810 y8 121416

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Which is true about the figure to the right? A. The figure has rotational symmetry after a 45° turn. B. The figure has rotational symmetry after a 90° turn. C. The figure has rotational symmetry after a 120° turn. D. The figure doesn’t have rotational symmetry.

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Evaluate the expression 9m – 12n + 3m if m = 6.2 amd n = 2.5 A. 3.7 B. 7.2 C. 44.4 D. 71.4

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Solve for x. A. 2 B. 18 C. 72 D. 84

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Solve for x. A. 1,071 B. 243 C. 13 D. 3

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Describe the graph represented by the table. x12345 y77777 A. The line will rise to the right. B. The line will rise to the left. C. The line will be horizontal. D. The line will be vertical.

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Serena was researching the climate conditions of Athens. The table shows the rainfall for the same three month period in 2003, 2004, and 2005. What can Serena do to know which 3 month average is MOST representative of the rainfall in Athens during the months of April, May, and June? A. Spend 3 months in Athens and record the rainfall. B. Look at the 3-month average rainfall for the year 2002. C. Look for the 3-month average rainfall for the past 30 years. D. Look at the 3-month average rainfall for the same years in Atlanta. AprilMayJune3-month Average 20032.527.985.985.49 20040.871.323.762.01 20055.872.6710.256.26

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Solve for x. A. 4 B. 14 C. 37 D. 91

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Approximately what percent of all U.S. peanut production comes from Georgia? A. 33% B. 40% C. 50% D. 66%

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Kelly worked on her math homework for 1¼ hours and then worked on her social studies homework for ⅔ hour. How many hours did she spend working on her homework? A. hoursC. hours B. hoursD. hours

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A safety pin is 3.7 centimeters long. What is this length in millimeters? A. 0.37 millimeters B. 37 millimeters C. 370 millimeters D. 3700 millimeters

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How many liters are there in 5300 milliliters? A. 0.53 liter B. 5.3 liters C. 53 liters D. 53,000 liters

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Which estimate is closest to the actual volume of the rectangular prism? A. 1500 cubic inches B. 2000 cubic inches C. 4500 cubic inches D. 6000 cubic inches

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What is ? A. C. B. D.

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A cat weighs 148 ounces. Which of these also shows the cat’s weight? A. 14 pounds, 8 ounces B. 12 pounds, 4 ounces C. 9 pounds, 4 ounces D. 9 pounds

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Cara’s garden if shaped like a triangle. Cameron’s garden is shaped like a rectangle. How many more feet of fencing are needed to enclose Cameron’s garden than to enclose Cara’s garden? A. 6 feet B. 18 feet C. 42 feet D. 90 feet

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Which percent is equivalent to ? A. 0.35% B. 3.5% C. 35% D. 350%

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What is the degree of rotational symmetry for an equilateral triangle? A. 33⅓° B. 60° C. 120° D. 180°

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Mr. Dew paid $19.55 for 8.5 gallons of gas. How much did he pay for each gallon of gas he bought? A. $23.00 B. $16.61 C. $2.30 D. $1.66

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A tile company produces the two sizes of square tiles shown below. How does the area of the large tile compare to the area of the small tile? A. The area of the large tile is 6 times greater. B. The area of the large tile is 9 times greater. C. The area of the large tile is 14 squares centimeters greater. D. The area of the large tile is 364 square centimeters.

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Josh and Karen had dinner at a restaurant. The total cost of their meals was $24. If they want to leave a 15% tip, how much should the tip be? A. $3.60 B. $9.00 C. $36.00 D. $39.00

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There are 42 chairs being set up for a school meeting. Izzie needs to figure out a way to place the chairs in rows, so that there are an equal number of chairs in each row. Which of the following does NOT show a possible way for Izzie to divide the 42 chairs? A. 2 rows of 21 students each B. 3 rows of 14 students each C. 4 rows of 12 students each D. 6 rows of 7 students each

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How many lines of symmetry does the figure have? A. 0C. 2 B. 1 D. 4

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The diagram shows Lian’s bedroom. She wants to paint all 4 walls a new color. How many square feet will she need to paint, if she does NOT paint the ceiling or the floor? A. 352 feet² B. 400 feet² C. 592 feet² D. 960 feet²

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Which of the following is equivalent to 4 tons? A. 400 pounds B. 2,000 pounds C. 4,000 pounds D. 8,000 pounds

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A tabletop is 7 feet, 10 inches long. Which of the following also shows the length of the tabletop? A. 71 inches B. 80 inches C. 84 inches D. 94 inches

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Which equation represents the relationship shown in the table? A. y = 8xC. y = 7x B. y = x + 8 D. y = x + 7 x12345 y816243240

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What is ? A. C. B. D.

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A bucket can hold exactly 16 pints of water. Which of the following also shows the capacity of the bucket? A. 2 gallons B. 4 gallons C. 8 gallons D. 64 gallons

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What angle of rotation was used to create the symmetric figure? A. 45° B. 60° C. 90° D. 180°

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Mr. Green can divide all the students in the band into equal groups of 6 or equal groups of 8. What is the LEAST possible number of students who could be in the band? A. 18 B. 24 C. 36 D. 48

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Which units of measurement would be MOST useful for measuring the length of a swimming pool? A. centimeters B. kilometers C. meters D. millimeters

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Stephen has two boxes that are shaped like cubes. Box A has a volume of 100,000 cubic centimeters. Box B has a volume of 1 cubic meter. Which statement comparing these two boxes is TRUE? A. Box A has a volume that is 10 times greater than the volume of Box B. B. Box B has a volume that is 10 times greater than the volume of Box A. C. Box A has a volume that is 1,000,000 times greater than the volume of Box D. Box A has the same volume as Box B.

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Which does NOT show another view of the figure below? A. C. B. D.

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Nathan has two packages to mail. The first package weighs 3.6 kilograms. The weight of the second package is 2.25 times the weight of the first package. What is the weight of the second package? A. 1.35 kilograms B. 1.8 kilograms C. 5.85 kilograms D. 8.1 kilograms

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How can you write the phrase “Four pounds more than a weight” as an algebraic expression? A. 4w B. w + 4 C. w – 4 D. w ÷ 4

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Antoine went to the store to buy some T- shirts. Each shirt costs $12. If he buys two shirts, he can get the second one for half price. How much will he save per shirt if he buys two shirts? A. $1.50 per shirt B. $3.00 per shirt C. $4.50 per shirt D. $6.00 per shirt

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Adam has an online gift certificate worth $60. He wants to buy some DVDs that cost $18 each. If there is a $6 shipping and handling fee for each order, how many DVDs can Adam buy? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5

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What is the perimeter of the rectangle? A. 16 inches B. 28 ¼ inches C. 32 inches D. 36 ⅛ inches 5⅜ inches 10⅝ inches

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The equation h – 25 = 671 represents the height of the Georgia-Pacific Tower skyscraper located in downtown Atlanta. If h is the height of the tower in feet, what is the height? A. 646 ft B. 696 ft C. 722 ft D. 738 ft

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How can you write the phrase “80 stickers divided equally among f friends” as an algebraic expression? A. B. C. D.

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Karen has a picture that is 5¼ inches long. If she reduces it to ⅔ of its original size, how long will the smaller picture be? A. 5 inches C. inches B. inchesD. inches

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If you subtract 38 from twice the amount of inland water in the state of Georgia, the result is 3,000 square miles. How many square miles of inland water are there in the state? A. 1,481 miles² B. 1,496 miles² C. 1,519 miles² D. 1,565 miles²

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The highest point in Georgia is Brasstown Bald at an elevation of 4,784 feet. How much less than one mile is this point? A. 288 ft B. 324 ft C. 466 ft D. 496 ft

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If you were flying over Egypt, what would a square pyramid look like when viewed from above in an airplane? A. B. C. D.

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What is the probability of rolling an odd number with a number cube? A. C. B. D.

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PQRST is similar to KLMNO. What is the length of x? A. 6 mm B. 4.5 mm C. 1 mm D. 2 mm

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The two triangles below are similar. What scale factor was used to create the larger triangle? A. 1.2 C. 1.75 B. 1.5D. 2.2

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The circle below represents a cookie cake and a regular cookie. The diameter of the cookie cake is 42 cm. The ratio of the diameter of the cookie cake to the diameter of the cookie is 7:1. What is the area of the regular cookie? A. 6 cm²C. 21 cm² B. 9 cm² D. 42 cm²

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Marquis wants to buy a video game that normally sells for $35. If the game is on sale for 20% off, what is the sale price? A. $7 B. $12 C. $28 D. $30

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In a survey if 80 customers at a music store, 20 people responded that country is their favorite kind of music. If the manager orders 500 CDs, how many of them should be country music? A. 75 B. 100 C. 125 D. 150

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Suppose that you double the dimensions of a rectangular prism. By what factor does the volume increase? A. 2 B. 4 C. 6 D. 8

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Megan works in the school library. She uses the Dewey decimal system to organize books on the shelves. Which list shows the decimals in order from least to greatest? A. 370.015, 370.51, 370.15 B. 370.015, 370.15, 370.51 C. 370.15, 370.015, 370.51 D. 370.15, 370.51, 370.015

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A single copy of a book is 2¾ inches thick. A shipping box holds a stack of books up to 16½ inches tall. How many copies of the book will stack in a box? A. 6 B. 8 C. 13 D. 19

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Which diagram would help create a mathematical argument for the rule? Rule:To double the area of a rectangle, double one dimension (length or width), but not both. A. C. B. D.

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SA A A VN NH Stephanie has the 8 cards below. She will place the cards in a deck, shuffle them, and draw a card at random. What is the probability that she will draw the letter “N”? A. C. B. D.

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Suppose that a salesperson earns a 4% commission on a used car that sells for $8,500. How much does the salesperson receive in commission? A. $220 B. $275 C. $340 D. $385

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Last year Lake Wissauga rose to 672.3 feet during the spring floods. This year Lake Wissauga rose to 712.34 feet. How much higher did the lake rise this year? A. 12.3 feet B. 40.4 feet C. 40.04 feet D. 72.04 feet

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A sheet of plywood is ¾ of an inch thick. How many sheet are in a stack of plywood that is one foot high? A. 9 sheets B. 16 sheets C. 36 sheets D. 48 sheets

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How many lines of symmetry does a regular hexagon have? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 6

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This card is folded along a line of symmetry. When it is unfolded, how many diamonds will it show? A. 6 B. 7 C. 8 D. 10

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What is the volume of a box that is 1.5 feet long, 2 feet wide, and 1.25 feet deep? A. 3.25 ft³ B. 3.5 ft³ C. 3.75 ft³ D. 4.25 ft³

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The perimeter of one rectangle is 14 yards. The perimeter of a similar rectangle is 21 yards. What scale factor was used to create the larger rectangle? A. 1.2 B. 1.4 C. 1.25 D. 1.5

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At the end of the school year, Orrin was 59½ inches tall. He had grown 3⅝ inches during the year. What was his height at the beginning of the year? A. inchesC. inches B. inchesD. inches

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Which shows the view of the figure from the top? A. C. B. D.

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The radius of a circular skating rink is 25 meters. Which expression represents the circumference of the skating rink? A. 625 m B. 125 m C. 50 m D. 25 m

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Jennifer’s bedroom is 10½ feet by 12 feet. How much carpet does she need to buy to cover the entire floor with no carpet left over? A. 121 ft²C. 130 ft² B. 126 ft² D. 252 ft²

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Last weekend Ali spent ½ of her money on the movies and ¼ of her money on food. She has $7.50 remaining. How much money did she have originally? A. $10C. $30 B. $22.50 D. $37.50

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Solve 54 = 28 + r. A. r = 26 B. r = 32 C. r = 36 D. r = 82

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A damaged oil tanker spilled 28.2 million gallons of oil over three days. On average, how many gallons did the tanker spill per day? A. 9.4 million gal B. 25.2 million gal C. 84.6 million gal D. 94 million gal

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While fishing, Billy caught four fish. The first weighed 1⅓ pounds. The rest of the fish weighed 4⅓ pounds, 2½ pounds, and 1 pounds. Billy released all but his single largest fish. What is the total weight of the fish he released? A. lbs.C. lbs. B. lbs. D. lbs.

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India has nine white, ten black, and seven pink pearls. If she can trade 1 pink pearl for 3 white pearls, how many pink pearls must she trade so that half of her total pearls will be white? A. 1C. 3 B. 2 D. 4

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Britt bought six matching brass handles for the drawers of his dresser. He paid with a twenty- dollar bill and got $5.30 back. How much did Britt pay for each handle if there was no tax? A. $.89C. $ 3.33 B. $2.45 D. $14.70

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Which object is about 4 centimeters long? A. a baseball bat B. a sewing needle C. a banana D. a staple

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Emily had ten coins in her pocket that totaled $1.05. If five of the coins were nickels, how many of the coins were dimes? A. 2C. 4 B. 3 D. 5

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The probability of a coin landing on heads is 50%. Leah flipped a coin 10 times and it landed on heads 7 out of 10 times. Which would be the BEST way for Leah to change her experiment so that the experimental probability of the coin landing on heads was closer to 50%? A. She could use 10 different coins and flip each once. B. She could use 2 different coins and flip each 5 times. C. She could flip the coin only 2 times. D. She could flip the coin 50 times.

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If the value of r – 24 = 6, and 24 – s = 6, which is the value of r – s? A. 6 B. 12 C. 18 D. 24

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Michael, Shane, and Rebecca were playing a game. Michael and Shane scored fifty points between them. Michael scored sixteen more points than Shane. Together, Shane and Rebecca scored 45 points. How many points did the 3 children score combined? A. 78C. 95 B. 79 D. 111

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Which does NOT show this figure from another point of view? A. C. B. D.

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Mr. Dew built a backyard pond that will hold 20 kiloliters of water. He has already put 1,500 liters in the pond. How many more liters of water does he still need to fill the pond? A. 15,000C. 19,850 B. 18,500D. 19,985

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If, which is the value of 2t? A. 4½ B. 9 C. 18 D. 36

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If you graphed each equation shown below, all of the graphs would be straight lines. The steepest line would represent which equation? A. C. B. D.

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What is the best estimate of the surface area of this box? A. 154 in²C. 252 in² B. 192 in² D. 282 in²

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Which does NOT show the figure from a different view? A. C. B. D.

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The diagram shows two similar triangles. What is the measure of side LJ? A. 16 B. 30 C. 75 D. 150

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By how many cubic inches is the volume of the large box greater than the volume of the small box? A. 12 B. 72 C. 144 D. 864

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A fish tank that measures 40 inches long, 20 inches tall, and 12 inches wide is half full. In cubic inches, what is the volume of the water in the fish tank? A. 800 B. 920 C. 4,800 D. 9,600

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Ryan is buying apples at a supermarket. The apples are being sold at a cost of 5 pounds for $2. If Ryan buys $8 worth of apples, which equation could be used to find y, the number of pounds of apples he bought? A. C. B. D.

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The equation below can be used to determine how many boys, y, are in a class that has x girls. If there are 12 girls in the class, how many boys are in the class? A. 8 B. 10 C. 12 D. 18

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The diagram shows the sizes of two gardens. Which statement comparing the areas of the two gardens is TRUE? A. The area of Garden I is 27 times that of Garden II. B. The area of Garden I is 4 times that of Garden II. C. The area of Garden I is 3 times that of Garden II. D. The area of Garden I is 2 times that of Garden II.

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Figure ABCD is similar to figure GHJK. Which is the length of side HJ? A. 6 meters C. 11 meters B. 9 metersD. 13.5 meters

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If, find the value of y when a = 3 and b = 6. A. C. y = 2 B. D. y = 9

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This morning Josh walked to the bus stop and waited for 2 minutes. He then got on the bus to ride five miles to school. Which graph shows the relationship between the distance Josh travels and the time it takes him? AB CD

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Rachel rolls a number cube, with faces numbered 1 to 6, 48 times. Which is the BEST prediction for the number of times Rachel can expect to roll an even number? A. 24 B. 16 C. 8 D. 3

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Based on Josh’s results of choosing a letter from the bag and replacing it 100 times, what is MOST LIKELY the theoretical probability of choosing a card with the letter “B”? (Remember, he originally put in five letter cards.) A. B. C. D. LetterNumber of Times Picked A62 B19 C

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Letter# of Times Picked X20 Y41 Z59 Sydney spun the spinner 120 times. The table shows the results. Which statement accurately compares her results to the theoretical probability of the spinner landing on the letter “X”? A. The experimental is slightly more than the theoretical. B. The experimental is slightly less than the theoretical. C. The experimental is equal to the theoretical. D. The experimental is a lot more than the theoretical.

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Aidan thought of a question he wanted answered. Then, he asked that question to a total of 100 customers at 4 different supermarkets. Which question below makes the MOST sense given his sample? A. Do you like going to the dentist? B. Do you think the A & M Grocery Store has the best prices? C. Do you usually use coupons when you shop for groceries? D. Do you prefer to buy groceries at a supermarket or a convenience store?

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Coach Perryman has a list of the health quiz scores for all of his students. He wants to know how many students had scores within specific ranges, such as 60 – 69, 70 – 79, 80 – 89, and so forth. Which type of data display would be BEST for organizing Coach Perryman’s data? A. Circle graph B. Histogram C. Line plot D. Pictograph

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If you graphed each equation shown below, all of the graphs would be straight lines. The steepest line would represent which equation? A. C. B. D.

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Brad’s Age A.B. C. D. Brad’s Age Brad is 2 years older than his sister, Sarah. Which graph correctly represents the relationship between Brad’s age and Sarah’s age in years.

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If y varies directly with x in the table below, then which equation best describes the data? x 10152025 y 691215 A.C. B. D.

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Which of the following represents the relationship of x, the number of subway cars, and y, the total number of seats, for the data in the table? Seats on Subway Cars Number of Subway Cars681012 Total Number of Seats180240300360 A. y = 30x B. x = 30y C. y = 30 + x D. x = 30 + y

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Time (minutes) The graph shows the time it took Meena to walk a certain distance. What was Meena’s constant of variation? A. 100 ft per minute B. 200 ft per minute C. 500 ft per minute D. 1000 ft per minute

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Hours A group of friends went on a hiking trip and recorded their progress on the graph below. If the rate remains the same, how far would the group have hiked in 5 hours? A. 5.5 miles B. 6.5 miles C. 7.5 miles D. 8.5 miles

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Which set of data does not show a constant rate of change? Cups of Flour Cookies Made 2 24 4 48 6 72 Number of Books Price Paid 6$30.00 12$60.00 18$90.00 Time Pages Read 2 Hours80 4 Hours 160 6 Hours 240 Games Total Pts. Scored 315 620 12 25 A.B. C.D.

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