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 1,000,0001,000,000  500,000500,000  250,000250,000  125,000125,000  64,00064,000  32,00032,000  16,00016,000  8,0008,000  4,0004,000  2,0002,000  1,0001,000  500500  300300  200200  100100

Click to return to question, Cont-P to switch to the pen, cross out two incorrect answers, then Cont-A to switch back to pointer.

 A. 90 A. 90  C. 70 C. 70  B. 80 B. 80  D. 60 D. 60 A, B, and C are points on a line in that order. If AB = 40 and BC is 10 more than AB, what does AC equal?

Back to Board  A. 90

 A. -4 A. -4  C. 0 C. 0  B. -2 B. -2  D. 1 D. 1 If x = 1/4, what is the value of 1/x + 1/(x-1)

Back to Board C. 0

 A. T-1 A. T-1  C. T+K+3 C. T+K+3  B. T+K-3 B. T+K-3  D. T-K-3 D. T-K-3 How old was a person exactly 3 year ago if exactly K years ago the person was T years old?

Back to Board B. T+K-1

 A. Cassatt’s development A. Cassatt’s development as an artist  B. the mother-child B. the mother-child theme in Cassatt’s work  D. why Cassatt is D. why Cassatt is considered an early feminist Which of the following best tells what this passage is about?  C. The barriers faced by C. The barriers faced by women artists

Back to Board  A. Cassatt’s development as an artist

A. She wanted to study with the French Impressionists  C. Her father wanted C. Her father wanted her to study in Europe  B. She did not want to B. She did not want to enter Pittsburgh society.  D. She felt the program D. She felt the program there limited her creativity. Why did Cassatt leave the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts?

Back to Board  D. She felt the program there limited her creativity.

A. It was a favorite theme of great European painters of past centuries. C. It was suggested to her by another artist  B. It was favored by B. It was favored by the critics.  D. It was an appropriate D. It was an appropriate subject for a beginning artist. What prompted Cassatt to begin using the mother-child theme in her work?

Back to Board C. It was suggested to her by another artist

 A. friend to many A. friend to many French Impressionists  C. a successful C. a successful artist in her own right  B. An independent thinker B. An independent thinker  D. interested in fashion D. interested in fashion and social standing Which of the following best describes Cassatt as a young woman, before 1865?

Back to Board B. An independent thinker

 A. She was befriended A. She was befriended by Degas.  C. She was an American C. She was an American woman B. Her paintings have gained in value and popularity. D. Her painting style created the illusion of light. How was Cassatt unusual among impressionist painters?

Back to Board  C. She was an American woman

 A. She was an avid art A. She was an avid art collector in her own right.  D. She showed impressionist art D. She showed impressionist art to her wealthy American friends. In what way does the writer suggest that Cassatt influenced art collections in the United States?  C. She exhibited regularly C. She exhibited regularly with the impressionists.  B. She preferred to paint B. She preferred to paint pastels of women and children

Back to Board  D. She showed impressionist art to her wealthy American friends.

A BC D The lieutenant reminded his men that the only information to be given to the captors was each individual’s name, rank, and what his serial number was.

Back to Board DD

AA BB  D D CC Everybody but him has paid their dues; we must seek ways to make him understand the need for prompt payment.

Back to Board B (“everybody” is singular)

 B. 100/9 cu yards B. 100/9 cu yards Firefighters sprayed a 4-inch-thick layer of foam over a burning rectangular region 5 yards wide and 20 yards long. What volume of foam was used on the fire?  A. 100/11 cu yards A. 100/11 cu yards  C. 33 1/3 cu yards C. 33 1/3 cu yards  D. 400 cu yards D. 400 cu yards

Back to Board B. 100/9 cu. yards

 C. 125 C. 125  A. 137 A. 137  B. 110 B. 110  D. 155 D. 155 Three children guessed the number of jelly beans in a jar. The guesses were 98, 137 and 164. None of the guesses was correct. One guess was off by 12,another by 27 and the third by 39. How many jelly beans were in the jar.

Back to Board C. 125

 D. 36 D. 36  A. 37.5 A. 37.5  C. 38 C. 38  B. 35 B. 35 Esther drove to work in the morning at an average speed of 45 miles per hour. She returned home in the evening along the same route and averaged 30 miles per hour. If Esther spent a total of one hour commuting to and from work, how many miles did Esther drive to work in the morning?

Back to Board D. 36

 A. 27 π sq m A. 27 π sq m Life on Earth has taken a tremendous range of forms, but all species arise from the same molecular ingredients, these ingredients limit the chemical reactions that can occur within cells and so constrain what life can do. A.ingredients, these ingredients limit the chemical reactions that can occur within cells B.ingredients, these are ingredients that limit the chemical reactions that can occur within cells C.ingredients, these ingredients limit the chemical reactions that could occur within cells D.ingredients, which limit the chemical reactions that can occur within cells E.ingredients; but these ingredients limit the chemical reactions that can occur within cells

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