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**An accountant drives 50 miles a day to work**

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

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**Which is the percentage of the larger square that is shaded?**

B. 25% C. 36% D. 64%

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**Sugar-free gum contains 40% less calories than regular gum**

Sugar-free gum contains 40% less calories than regular gum. If a piece of regular gum contains 40 calories, how many calories does a piece of sugar-free gum contain? A C. 24 16 D. 40

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**Which statement cannot represent the equation 20 + x = 35?**

The cake needs 35 min. to bake. It has been in the oven 20 minutes. B. You are on the 20th floor. You climb the stairs to the 35th floor. C. You have earned $20. You earn more money for a total of $35. D. You buy a shirt for $20 and a pair of jeans for $35.

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**Find the perimeter of the figure.**

A. 6x + 3 B. 4x + 3 C x D. 7x + 3

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**Which expression represents the following phrase?**

Four times the difference of 10 and 3 A. 4(10 – 3) B. 4 x 3 – 10 C. 4 x 10 – 3 D. 10 – 3 x 4

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**Which of the following is a number greater than zero?**

A. C. D.

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At a discount furniture store, Chris offered a salesperson $600 for a couch and a chair. The offer includes the 8.5% sales tax. If the salesperson accepts the offer, what would be the price of the furniture, to the nearest dollar, before tax? A. $553 C. $592 $556 D. $648

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**Which sentence describes the sequence 1, , 2, , 3,…?**

Each number is ½ times the previous number. Each number is1½ more than the previous number. C. Each number is ½ more than the previous number. D. Each number is 1 more than the previous number.

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**Samuel has been playing the piano 5 years longer than Marisa**

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. D.

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**A pancake recipe calls for ¾ of a cup of milk for each batch**

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. D.

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**Where on the given number line is the fraction located?**

A. between and C. between and between and D. between and

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**Which is the value of the following expression?**

B. 20 C. 13 ⅓ D. 12

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**Which set of decimals is in order from least to greatest?**

B , , 4.1, C , 4.1, , D. 4.1, , ,

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**Find the value of the expression:**

A. C. D.

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**Which fraction is equivalent to 0.1875?**

D.

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**What is the value of the expression below?**

C. 17 D. 25

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**Which point represents the number that would have the greatest absolute value?**

A. C. D.

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**A. 4(x + y + z) = 4x + 4y + 4z B. 3(a + 1) = 3a + 3**

Which statement demonstrates the Distributive Property incorrectly? A. 4(x + y + z) = 4x + 4y + 4z B. 3(a + 1) = 3a + 3 C. 6(2 + m) = 8 + 6m D. 2(5 + 3) = 2(5) + 2(3)

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Find the product? A. C. D.

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**Which set of numbers is in order from least to greatest?**

A. C. B D.

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**Evaluate the expression , if d = 3.2**

B C. 4 D. 3.4

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**The perimeter of a rectangular yard is 86 feet**

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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Find the quotient? A. C. D.

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**2(x + 7) – (3x – 5) A. 5x + 12 B. 5x + 2 C. -x + 19 D. -x + 9**

Simplify the expression: 2(x + 7) – (3x – 5) A. 5x + 12 B. 5x + 2 C. -x + 19 D. -x + 9

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**Which list is ordered from LEAST to GREATEST?**

B %, , , C , %, , D %, , ,

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**Evaluate the expression:**

B. 14 C. 120 D. 128

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**Which expression has the greatest value?**

A % x n B x n C x n D x n

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**What is the product of 3.2 and – 4.5 ?**

–14.4 –1.3 C. 1.3 D

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

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A manufacturer of doll clothes produces more white dresses than blue dresses by a factor of 3.5. Given b, the number of blue dresses produced, which equation shows w, the number of white dresses produced? A. w = b ÷ 3.5 B. w = 3.5 ÷ b C. w = 3.5b D. w = b

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**16 inches 28 ¼ inches C. 32 inches D. 36 ⅛ inches**

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

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**When Kit woke up, it was –15°C outside**

When Kit woke up, it was –15°C outside. By that afternoon, the temperature had risen 20 degrees. What was the afternoon temperature? A. -5°C B. 5°C C. 20°C D. 35°C

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

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**William made a circle graph of his monthly expenses**

William made a circle graph of his monthly expenses. If his total monthly budget is $1,200, how much does he spend on rent each month? A. $480 B. $540 C. $600 D. $720

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**Which of the following is equal to 3?**

B. C. D.

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**A. yards B. yards C. yards D. yards**

Sue needed yards of fringe to trim each drape. If she had 8 drapes to trim, how much fringe did she need? A yards B yards C yards D yards

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What is ? A C. B D.

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**A. $1.25 B. $1.50 C. $2.00 D. $2.25 Cost (dollars) Weight (pounds)**

Leslie is buying potatoes at a store. The graph shows the relationship between the number of pounds of potatoes she buys and the total cost. What is the cost of one pound of potatoes? Cost (dollars) Weight (pounds) A. $ B. $ C. $ D. $2.25

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**A. C. B. D. An airplane traveled km in minute.**

What was the average speed in kilometers per minute? A. C. B. D.

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At a bookstore, the retail cost, r, of any book is twice its wholesale cost, w. Write an equation that describes the relationship between r and w. A. r = 2 + w C. w = 2r B. r = 2w D. w = 2 + r

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**Which mixed number is equivalent to 4.05?**

A C. B D.

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**A. miles B. miles C. miles D. miles**

Lawrence is hiking 5½ miles to a waterfall. After hiking 2⅗ miles, he stops for lunch. How much farther must Lawrence hike to reach the waterfall? A miles B miles C miles D miles

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**Which value of x makes this equation true? -0.5(4 + x) = (–1.3)**

A. x = (– 0.7) C. x = (– 1.4) B. x = (– 1.1) D. x = (– 1.5)

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**The triangles below are similar. What is the length of LM?**

A C. 12 B D. 14

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**Mrs. Robbins is knitting a scarf for her niece.**

She knitted feet yesterday and feet today. How many feet did Mrs. Robbins knit in both days? A feet C feet feet D feet

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Solve for x. A. x = -14 B. x = 78 C. x = 90 D. x = -504

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**Sarah’s father bought four drill bits with the diameters listed below**

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

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

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**Which is not a solution of the inequality?**

13 D. 10

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**The population of a city was 126,000 in the year 2000**

The population of a city was 126,000 in the year Since then, it has been decreasing at a rate of 1,400 per year. At that rate, which inequality could be used to determine t, the number of years after 2000 it will take for the population to be less than 100,000? A. 126,000t + 1,400 < 100,000 B. 126,000t – 1,400 < 100,000 C. 126, ,400t < 100,000 D. 126,000 – 1,400t < 100,000

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When

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**Which point represents the ordered pair (5, 3)?**

A. M B. N C. O D. P

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**A. Add 4 to 16. B. Subtract 8 from 16. C. Divide 8 by 2.**

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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**B. As the value of x increases by one, the value of y doubles.**

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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**y = x + 3 y = -2x + 3 C. y = 3x – 2 D. y = x – 2 x 1 2 3 4 5 y 7 10 13**

What is the function rule for the pattern in the table? x 1 2 3 4 5 y 7 10 13 y = x + 3 y = -2x + 3 C. y = 3x – 2 D. y = x – 2

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**x 2 4 6 8 10 y 12 14 16 A. y = x + 2 C. y = 2x B. y = x + 6 D. y = 6x**

Which equation represents the relationship shown in the table? x 2 4 6 8 10 y 12 14 16 A. y = x + 2 C. y = 2x B. y = x D. y = 6x

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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? C. D.

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Insect Length (in.) ant bumblebee cockroach 0.625 midge 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

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**What is the measurement of the unmarked side on these similar figures?**

A C. 42 B D. 48

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Find the sum of 3x - 4 and x + 7. A. 3x + 7 B. 4x + 11 C. 4x + 3 D. 4x – 11

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**A. Terry will travel more miles than Steve. **

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? Week Steve Terry 1 6 3 2 6.5 4 7 5 7.5 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.

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Solve for x. A. 3 B. 8 C. 36 D. 108

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**What is the value of the expression below?**

C D

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**The figures below are similar. What is the missing length of figure B?**

A cm C cm B cm D cm

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**x 1 2 3 4 y 6 12 18 24 Describe the graph represented by the table.**

1 2 3 4 y 6 12 18 24 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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**While fishing, Billy caught four fish. The first weighed 1⅓ pounds**

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

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**A. 100 ft per minute B. 200 ft per minute C. 500 ft per minute**

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

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**PQRST is similar to KLMNO. What is the length of x?**

A. 6 mm B mm C. 1 mm D. 2 mm

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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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**Each contestant in a game show was given 10 questions to answer**

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? X XXX XXXXX XXXX XX A B. 5 C. 6 D. 10

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**Bianca works at a flower shop**

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

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**A used tennis racket costs $65. 00. This price is $71**

A used tennis racket costs $ This price is $71.95 less than the cost of a new racket. If c is the cost of the new racket, which equation can you use to find the cost of the new racket. A. 65 = c B = 65 – c C. 65 = c – 71.95 D = 65 + c

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**y = ⅓x – 4 A. y decreases by 4 B. y increases by 4 C. y decreases by ⅓**

What happens to the value of y as the value of x increases for the function y = ⅓x – 4 A. y decreases by 4 B. y increases by 4 C. y decreases by ⅓ D. y increases by ⅓

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**22.43 grams C. 23.05 grams 22.88 grams D. 23.12 grams**

Sam is growing a tomato plant in his garden. Last week, Sam picked one tomato that had a mass of grams and another tomato that has a mass of grams. What is the difference in mass of the two tomatoes? 22.43 grams C grams 22.88 grams D grams

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**Which of the following shows a pair of similar figures?**

A C. B D. 4

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**Evaluate the expression 9m – 12n + 3m if m = 6.2 and n = 2.5**

B. 7.2 C D

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**x 1 2 3 4 5 y 7 Describe the graph represented by the table.**

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

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**A. hours C. hours B. hours D. hours**

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. hours C hours B. hours D hours

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**The two triangles below are similar**

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

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**A. y = 30x B. x = 30y C. y = 30 + x D. x = 30 + y Seats on Subway Cars**

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 Cars 6 8 10 12 Total Number of Seats 180 240 300 360 A. y = 30x B. x = 30y C. y = 30 + x D. x = 30 + y

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**Which set of ordered pairs completes the function:**

B. C. D.

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**A. B. C. D. Which function describes the relationship in the graph? x**

y

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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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**The line plot below shows the ages of teachers in your school**

The line plot below shows the ages of teachers in your school. Which of the following statements are true according to the data? 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 47. D. All three of the above statements are true.

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**A. 6 + (10 x 5) = 6 + (5 x 10) B. 6 + (10 x 5) = 10 + (6 x 5)**

Which number sentence illustrates the commutative property of multiplication? A (10 x 5) = 6 + (5 x 10) B (10 x 5) = 10 + (6 x 5) C (10 x 5) = 6 x x 5 D (10 x 5) = (6 + 10) x 5

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**Which list of numbers is ordered from LEAST to GREATEST?**

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**Which function describes the relationship in the graph on the right?**

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**Triangle OPQ is similar to ΔOMS**

Triangle OPQ is similar to ΔOMS. Which side of ΔOPQ corresponds to side OS? A. B. C. D.

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**Which of the following expressions is equivalent to 3(m - 4)?**

A. 3m – 4 B. 3(4 – m) C. 3m – 12 D m – 4

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**Which is the solution to the following equation?**

A. C. B. D.

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**A. C. B. D. If y = kx and k = ⅓, choose the correct table of values. x**

0 ⅓ 3 1 6 2 x y 0 3 1 6 2 x y 0 ⅓ 3 6 12 x y 0 3 9 6 18

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**A. 112½ feet C. 27 feet B. 30 feet D. 18 feet**

The shadow of the tree in Ian’s front yard is 45 feet long. Ian is six feet tall, and his shadow is 15 feet long. What is the height of the tree in his front yard? A. 112½ feet C. 27 feet B. 30 feet D. 18 feet

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**3.6 inches C. 8.1 inches 6 inches D. 9 inches**

The trapezoids are similar. Find the length of x. 3.6 inches C inches 6 inches D. 9 inches

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**The table relates ordered pairs of a linear function**

The table relates ordered pairs of a linear function. Which is the missing value in the table? A. 6 B. 7 C. 8 D. 9 x y 0 5 1 2 11 3 14

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**The right triangles are similar**

The right triangles are similar. Which is the ratio of their areas (small to large)? 1: C. 1: 25 2: 10 D. 2: 25

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**Which is the linear equation for the table below?**

x -1 1 2 4 5 y -5 10 13 y = -2x – 3 C. y = 3x – 2 y = -2x D. y = 3x + 6

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**Which graph represents direct variation?**

B D.

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**Which represents the complete table for the linear equation?**

B D. x y 3 7 4 10 5 13 x y 3 -11 4 -14 5 -17 x y 3 -7 4 -10 5 -13 x y 3 11 4 14 5 17

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**ΔACH ΔCDE C. ΔAHF ΔCDE ΔFGH ΔCDE D. ΔACH ΔFGH**

A construction of parallel lines through an external point is shown below. Which triangles are congruent? ΔACH ΔCDE C. ΔAHF ΔCDE ΔFGH ΔCDE D. ΔACH ΔFGH

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**Triangles ABC and DEF are similar. If ΔDEF has been dilated, which are**

the coordinates of point D? A. (-4, -1) C. (-4, -3) (-4, -2) D. (-4, -4)

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**If ΔABC ~ ΔDEF, which is the perimeter of ΔDEF?**

A. 35 cm B. 45 cm C. 60 cm D. 70 cm

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**On Wednesday mornings, admission to the park swimming pool is $3**

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. D.

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Solve the equation: A. y = 0 B. y = 2 C. y = 4 D. y = 8

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**A. dilation B. reflection C. rotation D. translation**

Which type of transformation is shown below? A. dilation B. reflection C. rotation D. translation

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**Brad is 2 years older than his sister, Sarah**

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

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**A. circle B. rectangle C. square D. triangle**

The cube below is cut by the plane shown. What is the shape of the cross-section formed? A. circle B. rectangle C. square D. triangle

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Find the difference. A C. B D.

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**(8u + 3) – (4u – 2) A. 12u + 5 B. 12u – 1 C. 4u + 5 D. 4u – 1**

Simplify the expression: (8u + 3) – (4u – 2) A. 12u + 5 B. 12u – 1 C. 4u + 5 D. 4u – 1

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**The point P(9, -2) is translated 2 units up to make point P’**

The point P(9, -2) is translated 2 units up to make point P’. Then P’ is reflected across the y-axis to form point P”. What are the coordinates of P” ? A. (-11, -2) B. (-9, 4) C. (-9, 0) D. (-9, -4)

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**Which algebraic expression shows “the product of a number and five more than that number?”**

A. x + x + 5 B. x(x + 5) C. x(5x) D. 5x

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**Simplify the expression.**

A. 57 B. 120 C. 273 D. 336

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**A. cone B. cylinder C. cube D. sphere**

What three-dimensional figure will be formed if the right triangle shown is rotated about the line shown? A. cone B. cylinder C. cube D. sphere

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A graph of two lines is shown. Both lines are of the form y = kx. Which statement is TRUE about k? A. k is negative for line a and for line b. B. k is negative for line a and positive for line b. C. k is positive for line a and for line b. D. k is positive for line a and negative for line b.

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**A. Point A B. Point B C. Point C D. Point D**

Which point on the number line represents the least absolute value? A. Point A B. Point B C. Point C D. Point D

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**Which are the coordinates of point B if ΔABC is reflected over the x-axis?**

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**Jack baked x batches of cookies to take to school**

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 x – 9 B. 9 – 15 – x C. 15 ÷ x – 9 D. 15x – 9

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**A. cone B. cylinder C. cube D. sphere**

What three-dimensional figure will be formed if the rectangle shown is rotated about the line shown? A. cone B. cylinder C. cube D. sphere

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**The point (7, -3) is translated 4 units to the left and 10 units down**

The point (7, -3) is translated 4 units to the left and 10 units down. What are the coordinates of the translated point? A. (11, -7) B. (11, -13) C. (3, -7) D. (3, -13)

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**Karen has a picture that is 5¼ inches long**

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 inches C inches B. inches D inches

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**A. P = 20 and Q = 21 B. P = 17 and Q = 21 C. P = 21 and Q = 25**

If x is proportional to y in the table below, then what are the values of P and Q? x 5 10 15 Q y 7 14 P 28 A. P = 20 and Q = 21 B. P = 17 and Q = 21 C. P = 21 and Q = 25 D. P = 21 and Q = 20

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If 6 times a missing number is added to 6 plus the same missing number, the result is 20. Which is the missing number? A. x = 1⅓ x = 1⅔ x = 2 D. x = 2⅓

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**Which graph shows the equation?**

B. D.

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**The perimeter of one rectangle is 15 yards**

The perimeter of one rectangle is 15 yards. The perimeter of a similar rectangle is 21 yards. Which scale factor was used to create the larger rectangle? A. 1.2 B C. 1.3 D. 1.4

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**Twice a number plus 20 is five more than three times the number**

Twice a number plus 20 is five more than three times the number. What is the number? A. 8 B. 12 C. 15 D. 20

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**x y -2 -6 -1 -4 0 1 2 y = -2x + 2 y = 2x – 2 y = x – 4 D. y = x + 2**

Which function rule represents the values in the table? x y -2 -6 -1 -4 0 1 2 y = -2x + 2 y = 2x – 2 y = x – 4 D. y = x + 2

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Evaluate |-15| – |7|. A. -22 B. -8 C. 8 D. 22

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**The diagram shows two similar triangles. What is the measure of side LJ?**

B C D. 150

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Find the difference. A C. B D.

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**A. C’ (3, 9) B. C’ (3, 6) C. C’ (9, 1) D. C’ (9, 3)**

Which will be the coordinates of point C’ if you dilate the triangle by a scale factor of 3? A. C’ (3, 9) B. C’ (3, 6) C. C’ (9, 1) D. C’ (9, 3)

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Solve 5h + 4 – 3h = 14. h = 5 h = 2 h = -1 D. h = -4

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**A. 4.5 cups C. 7.5 cups B. 6.75 cups D. 9 cups**

Cindy put 4.5 cups of cat food in her cat’s bowl on Monday. By Thursday morning the bowl was empty, so she again filled it with 4.5 cups. If the bowl was half empty by Sunday night, how much food did the cat eat during the week? A cups C cups B cups D. 9 cups

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**Which scale factor was used to dilate segment AB’?**

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If Ping constructs the bisector of the angle shown, which is the measurement of each of the two resulting angles? A. 12° B. 34° C. 68° D. 112°

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**Simplify the expression.**

3(2 + x) – 4x A. 6 – 9x B. 6 – 3x C. 6 – x D. 5 – x

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**Which is the median of this data set?**

B. 65 C. 66 D. 67

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**A. 7 inches C. 11 inches 9 inches D. 12 inches**

The Georgia State capitol building in Atlanta stands at a height of about 275 feet. Tony will use the scale 1 inch: 25 feet to build a model of the building. How tall will Tony’s model be? A. 7 inches C. 11 inches 9 inches D. 12 inches

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**Point W has coordinates W(-3, 5)**

Point W has coordinates W(-3, 5). After a dilation, the coordinates are W’(-12, 20). What scale factor was used for the dilation? A. 4 B. 2 C. ½ D. ¼

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**Phil wants to join a health club**

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. ( )m D. 55 – 23m

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**8y – 3z + 2 – 10y + 5z – 2 A. -2y + 2z B. -2y – 2z C. 2y + 2z – 4**

Simplify the expression: 8y – 3z + 2 – 10y + 5z – 2 A. -2y + 2z B. -2y – 2z C. 2y + 2z – 4 D. 2y + 2z + 4

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**Sophie is five years less than ⅓ of her grandmother’s age**

Sophie is five years less than ⅓ of her grandmother’s age. Which expression describes Sophie’s age? A C. B D.

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**A single copy of a book is 2¾ inches thick**

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 D

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**A. inches C. inches B. inches D. inches**

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. inches C inches B. inches D inches

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**Which equation represents the relation shown in the table?**

x 2 4 6 8 10 y 12 14 16 A. y = x + 2 y = x + 6 y = 2x D. y = x + 7

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**Katie made 85 cookies for her class**

Katie made 85 cookies for her class. At the end of the day, one-fifth of the cookies remained. Which quantity is the number of cookies eaten by the class. A C. 51 34 D. 68

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**Which statement correctly describes the linear function:**

A. As x increases by 1, y increases by ⅔. B. As x increases by 1, y increases by 4. C. As x increases by 1, y increases by -⅔. D. As x increases by 1, y increases by -4.

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The width of a rectangle is 7 meters less than three times its length (x). Which expression represents the perimeter of the rectangle? A. 4x – 7 C. 8x – 7 7x – 14 D. 8x – 14

151
**Evaluate the expression if m = -3 and n = -4.**

B. -8 C. 8 D. 11

152
**Hours (h) Wages (w) 5 $43.75 10 $87.50 15 $131.25 20 $175.00 25**

Which equation models the relationship shown in the table. Hours (h) Wages (w) 5 $43.75 10 $87.50 15 $131.25 20 $175.00 25 $218.75 w = 9.25h w = 8.75h w = 7.5(h + 1) D. w = 8h

153
**Which is the difference of (9y – 7) and (-13y + 4).**

A. -4y – 11 B. -4y – 3 C. 22y – 3 D. 22y – 11

154
**If , which is the value of 2t?**

4½ 9 18 D. 36

155
Alexis is building a circle graph to show the number of siblings (brothers and sisters) students in her homeroom have. If she knows that 15% of the students in her homeroom have three siblings, how many degrees would she need to use on the circle graph for that category? A. 15° C. 45° 30° D. 54°

156
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 ft B ft C ft D ft

157
**A. 9 sheets B. 16 sheets C. 36 sheets D. 48 sheets**

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

158
**⅓, 2, 12, ___, 432 A. Divide 432 by 3. B. Divide 432 by 6.**

Which BEST describes the way to find the missing number in the pattern? ⅓, 2, 12, ___, 432 A. Divide 432 by 3. B. Divide 432 by 6. C. Divide 432 by 12. D. Divide 432 by ⅓.

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The width of a rectangle is 3 meters less than two times its length (x). If the perimeter is 32 meters, which is the rectangle’s length? A. 5⅚ m C. 9½ m 6⅓ m D. 17½ m

160
**If point R is rotated 180° about the origin, which will be the coordinates of point R’?**

161
**If the triangle is translated through space in the direction indicated, which solid is formed?**

A. cone B. triangular prism C. square pyramid D. triangular pyramid

162
How can you write the phrase “80 stickers divided equally among f friends” as an algebraic expression? C. D.

163
**Which is the solution of the equation?**

B D.

164
**Which is the interquartile range of the data shown in the box-and-whisker plot?**

A C. 22 16 D. 24

165
**Of the ordered pairs below, which is from the rule:**

B. (4, 28) D. (14, 2)

166
**Which is the quotient of and .**

A C. B D.

167
**Find the value of the expression.**

A C. B D.

168
**Which expression represents 15 less than a number x?**

A. 15 – x B. x – 15 C. 15 ÷ x D. x ÷ 15

169
The scatter plot shows the number of mistakes made playing the piano after different amounts of practice. Fill in the blank. As the amount of time spent practicing increases, the number of mistakes _______. A. decreases B. doubles C. increases D. stays the same Mistakes

170
**8y – 3z + 2 – 10y + 5z – 2 A. -2y + 2z B. -2y – 2z C. 2y + 2z – 4**

Simplify the expression: 8y – 3z + 2 – 10y + 5z – 2 A y + 2z B. -2y – 2z C. 2y + 2z – 4 D. 2y + 2z + 4

171
Of the 40 rubies found in the mine, 25% were gem-grade, one-fifth were larger than 1 carat. Ms. Brown wants to buy a gem-grade ruby that is larger than 1 carat. How many rubies can she choose from? A C. 10 B D. 15

172
If the pattern on the graph continues, which value would be the second number in the ordered pair (5, __)? A. 5 B. 6 C. 12 D. 13

173
**The circle graph shows favorite sports of a seventh grade team**

The circle graph shows favorite sports of a seventh grade team. If there are 60 students on the team, how many chose soccer as their favorite sport? A. 6 B. 9 C. 12 D. 15

174
**If y varies directly with x in the table below, then which equation best describes the data?**

10 15 20 25 y 6 9 12 A. C. B. D.

175
**A. The equation is a direct proportion. **

Which statement describes the equation? A. The equation is a direct proportion. B. The equation is an indirect proportion. The equation is neither direct nor indirect. D. There is not enough information.

176
**Michael, Shane, and Rebecca were playing a game**

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 C B D. 111

177
**The length of a rectangle is 4 meters less than three times the width**

The length of a rectangle is 4 meters less than three times the width. In simplest form which expression represents the perimeter of the rectangle? A. 3x – 4 C. 6x – 8 B. 4x – 4 D. 8x – 8

178
**The triangles are similar. Which is the area ratio of the triangles**

The triangles are similar. Which is the area ratio of the triangles? (small to large) A. 4/25 C. 2/3 B. 2/5 D. 5/2

179
**Which expression represents 23 more than a number n?**

B. n – 23 C. n > 23 D. 23 > n

180
**Ryan is buying apples at a supermarket**

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? C. D.

181
**Admission to Fun Zone costs $5. Each ride costs $3**

Admission to Fun Zone costs $5. Each ride costs $3. Yvonne visits Fun Zone and goes on x rides. Which expression gives her total cost? A. 3x + 5 B. 8x C. 5x + 3 D x

182
**A. m W = 40° B. m W = 120° C. m N = 40° D. m W = 120° ΔABC ~ ΔWNT**

If mBAC = 40°, then… A. m W = 40° B. m W = 120° C. m N = 40° D. m W = 120°

183
**A. m NW = 12 cm B. m NW = 6 cm C. m CA = 8 cm D. m CA = 4 cm**

If TW = 12 cm, then… A. m NW = 12 cm B. m NW = 6 cm C. m CA = 8 cm D. m CA = 4 cm

184
**Which equation represents the relationship shown in the table?**

x 1 2 3 4 5 y 8 16 24 32 40 A. y = 8x C. y = 7x B. y = x D. y = x + 7

185
Find the product. A C. B D.

187
**How can you write the phrase “Four pounds more than a weight” as an algebraic expression?**

B. w + 4 C. w – 4 D. w ÷ 4

188
**Stephanie has the 8 cards below**

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”? S V N A A A N H A C. B D.

189
**What angle of rotation was used to create the symmetric figure?**

45° 60° 90° 180°

190
Solve for d: d 6 = 21 A. d = 3.5 B. d = 15 C. d = 27 D. d = 126

191
**A. 9 sheets B. 16 sheets C. 36 sheets D. 48 sheets**

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

192
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. $10 C. $30 B. $ D. $37.50

193
Yasmine picked a marble out of a bag and recorded the color on this tally chart. Then she put the marble back and picked again. She did this forty-eight times. Which bag was Yasmine MOST LIKELY using? White llll llll llll llll llll Gray llll l Black llll llll llll lll A C. B D.

194
**A. B. C. D. Which set of data does not show a constant rate of change?**

Cups of Flour Cookies Made 2 24 4 48 6 72 B. Number of Books Price Paid 6 $30.00 12 $60.00 18 $90.00 C. Time Pages Read 2 Hours 80 4 Hours 160 6 Hours 240 D. Games Total Pts. Scored 3 15 6 20 12 25

195
**A. B. C. D. Letter Number of Times Picked A 62 B 19 C**

Josh performed an experiment in which he placed 5 cards, each with a letter on it, into a bag. He then reached in, picked a card without looking, and replaced it in the bag. He did this 100 times, and his results are shown below. What was the experimental probability of picking a card with the letter “A” on it in Josh’s experiment? Letter Number of Times Picked A 62 B 19 C A. B. C. D.

196
**A. 5.5 miles B. 6.5 miles C. 7.5 miles D. 8.5 miles**

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 miles B miles C miles D miles Miles Hiked Hours

197
**Zach has a spinner that is divided into 8 congruent sections**

Zach has a spinner that is divided into 8 congruent sections. If he spins the pointer 72 times, how many times can he expect the arrow to land in the shaded area? A. 18 B. 27 C. 36 D. 45

198
**This morning Josh walked to the bus stop and waited for 2 minutes**

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? A B C D

199
**A. The experimental is slightly more than the theoretical. **

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”? Letter # of Times Picked X 20 Y 41 Z 59 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.

200
Lexi performed an experiment in which she placed 10 colored marbles into a bag. She then reached in, picked a marble, recorded its color, and replaced it in the bag. She did this 100 times, and her results are shown below. Which is MOST LIKELY the theoretical probability of choosing a purple marble from the bag? Color of Marble Number of Times Picked brown 29 gray 42 green 10 purple 19 A. B C. D.

201
**A. 6 meters C. 11 meters B. 9 meters D. 13.5 meters**

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

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**A. B. C. D. Letter Number of Times Picked A 62 B 19 C**

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. Letter Number of Times Picked A 62 B 19 C

203
**Which measure is MOST affected by an outlier?**

A. mean B. median C. mode D. none of the above

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