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1An 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. 50xB. 50 xC. x – 50D. x + 50
2Which is the percentage of the shaded part of the larger square? B. 25%C. 36%D. 64%
3Sugar-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. 2416 D. 40
4Which 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.
5Find the perimeter of the figure. A. 6x + 3B. 4x + 3C xD. 7x + 3
7Which expression represents the following phrase? Four times the difference of 10 and 3A. 4(10 – 3)B. 4 x 3 – 10C. 4 x 10 – 3D. 10 – 3 x 4
8A 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.
9Which of the following is a number greater than zero? A. C.D.
10Which 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.
11What is the value of the expression below? C. 17D. 25
12Samuel 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.
13Where on the given number line is the fraction located? A. between and C. between andbetween and D. between and
24The 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 = 86B. 2x + 2x + 4 = 86C. 2x + 4 = 86D. 2x + 2(2x + 4) = 86
252(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 + 12B. 5x + 2C. -x + 19D. -x + 9
2616 inches 28 ¼ inches C. 32 inches D. 36 ⅛ inches What is the perimeter of the rectangle?10⅝ inches16 inches28 ¼ inchesC. 32 inchesD. 36 ⅛ inches5⅜ inches
27Which list is ordered from LEAST to GREATEST? B %, , ,C , %, ,D %, , ,
28When 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°CB. 5°CC. 20°CD. 35°C
29Which expression has the greatest value? A % x nB x nC x nD x n
30What is the product of 3.2 and – 4.5 ? –14.4–1.3C. 1.3D
32A 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 ÷ 3.5B. w = 3.5 ÷ bC. w = 3.5bD. w = b
33If the value of r – 24 = 6, and24 – s = 6, which is the value ofr – s?61218D. 24
34A. yards B. yards C. yards D. yards Sue needed yards of fringe to trim eachdrape. If she had 8 drapes to trim, how muchfringe did she need?A yardsB yardsC yardsD yards
35William 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. $480B. $540C. $600D. $720
37A. $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
38Which mixed number is equivalent to 4.05? A C.B D.
39The triangles below are similar. What is the length of LM? A C. 12B D. 14
40Josh bought a new bike that had an original price of $324, but it was on sale for 30% off. What did Josh pay for the bike?A. $97.20B. $226.80C. $227.20D. $280.00
41A. 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 milesB milesC milesD miles
42Solve for x.A. x = -14B. x = 78C. x = 90D. x = -504
43What is the measurement of the unmarked side on these similar figures? A C. 42B D. 48
44Which 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)
45Which list of numbers is ordered from LEAST to GREATEST?
47Each 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. What percent of the contestants got at least half of the questions correctly?XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXA. 35% B. 45% C. 55% D. 64%
48A. 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 (rate of change)?A ft per minuteB ft per minuteC ft per minuteD ft per minuteDistance (feet)Time (minutes)
49Which is the solution to the following equation? A. C.B. D.
50Which percent of the area of the rectangle is shaded Which percent of the area of the rectangle is shaded? (Round to the nearest whole percent.)9 ft.7 ft.A. 31%B. 60%C. 69%D. 80%4 ft.10 ft.
52Katie 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. 5134 D. 68
53A. 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 feetB. 30 feet D. 18 feet
54A 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 = cB = 65 – cC. 65 = c – 71.95D = 65 + c
55(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 + 5B. 12u – 1C. 4u + 5D. 4u – 1
56Alexis 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°
57Which is the rate of change represented by the line? Distance (miles)A mphB. 60 mphC. 63 mphC mph
58The figures below are similar. What is the missing length of figure B? A cm C cmB cm D cm
59A. Point A B. Point B C. Point C D. Point D Which point on the number line represents the least absolute value?A. Point AB. Point BC. Point CD. Point D
60Evaluate the expression 9m – 12n + 3m if m = 6.2 and n = 2½ B. 7.2CD
62InsectLength (in.)antbumblebeecockroach0.625midgeUsing the table, which is the order of insects from shortest to longest?A. ant, bumblebee, cockroach, midgeB. bumblebee, ant, cockroach, midgeC. midge, cockroach, ant, bumblebeeD. midge, ant, cockroach, bumblebee
63Which equation represents the relation shown in the table? x246810y121416A. y = x + 2y = x + 6y = 2xD. y = x + 7
64A. 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?WeekSteveTerry16326.54757.5A. 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.
653(2 + x) – 4x A. –9x + 6 B. –3x + 6 C. –x + 6 D. –x + 5 Simplify the expression.3(2 + x) – 4xA. –9x + 6B. –3x + 6C. –x + 6D. –x + 5
66A. 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 5D (10 x 5) = (6 + 10) x 5
673.6 inches C. 8.1 inches 6 inches D. 9 inches The trapezoids are similar. Find the length of x.3.6 inches C inches6 inches D. 9 inches
69Which are the measurements of the two angles? C. 30°, 150°22°, 102° D. 40°, 210°
70Which percent of the area of the rectangle is shaded Which percent of the area of the rectangle is shaded? (Round to the nearest whole percent.)5 ft.12 ft.10 ft.A. 28%B. 38%C. 72%D. 83%15 ft.
71A. 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 hoursB. hours D hours
72Find the difference of-3x - 12 and x + 7.A. -2x – 5B. -2x – 19C. -4x – 5D. -4x – 19
73Triangles ABC and DEF are similar. If ΔDEF has been dilated, which are the coordinatesof point D?A. (-4, -1) C. (-4, -3)(-4, -2) D. (-4, -4)
74What is the best estimate of the surface area of this box? A in² C in²B in² D in²
75Tyler purchased a toy truck for $30. It was on sale at a 25% discount Tyler purchased a toy truck for $30. It was on sale at a 25% discount. Tyler paid a 5% sales tax. What was the total cost of his toy truck?A. $ C. $23.63B. $ D. $31.50
76The diagram shows the sizes of two gardens 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.
78While 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.
79Which is the surface area of the rectangular prism? A in2B in2C in2D in2
80Which is not a solution of the inequality? 13 D. 10
81Which expression represents 15 less than a number x? A. 15 – xB. x – 15C. 15 ÷ xD. x ÷ 15
82Which measure is MOST affected by an outlier? A. meanB. medianC. modeD. none of the above
83Bianca 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 + 7C. (w – 7) ÷ 12D. 12(w ÷ 7)
84Brad 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 AgeSarah’s AgeBrad’s AgeBrad’s AgeC.D.Sarah’s AgeSarah’s AgeBrad’s AgeBrad’s Age
85The 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. 6B. 9C. 12D. 15
86Bob and Ted carefully placed wooden stakes to measure the length of Muddy Pond. Which is the length of Muddy Pond?15 ½ ft60 ft.C. 166 ⅔ ftD. 167 ft
88The 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.
89A. 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 inches9 inches D. 12 inches
90y = 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?x12345y71013y = x + 3y = -2x + 3C. y = 3x – 2D. y = x – 2