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Use the graph below to answer the following question What is the total amount Karen has budgeted for savings?a. $14 b. $140 c. $274 d. $300 e. $322
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Carol has an initial balance of $4,300 in her checking account. She makes a deposit of $350, then writes two checks, one for $67, the other for $247. Carol then makes a deposit of $150. What is her new balance?a. $4650 b. $4486 c. $4336 d. $4351 e. $4450
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What is the value of x if x = -8 + 10 - 14 ?a. -12 b. 12 c. -32 d. 32 e. 14
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A rectangle is 7 inches wide and 10 inches long. If the width is doubled, what is the perimeter of the resulting rectangle?a. 17 inches b. 34 inches c. 48 inches d. 68 inches e. 51 inches
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What is the value of 18 + (-14) ?
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Which of the following is the closest approximation to 7/9 ?a. 7.80 b. 1.29 c. 0.78 d. 0.63 e. 0.83
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Which of the following is a true statement?a. 14 > 15 b. -3 < -4 c. 63 > ( 9 x 8) d. 15 < (3 x 5) e. -15 > -16
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Which of the following is equivalent to 0.25 ? a. 4/10 b. 25/50 c. 8/32 d. 4/8 e. 4/25
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A piece of wood is 4.5 yards long. What is the length expressed in inches?a. 162 b. 450 c. 54 d. 13.5 e. 150
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Which of the following is equivalent to 1/2 ?a. 13/27 b. 14/29 c. 26/52 d. 32/66 e. 50/110
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In Mr. Hall's class, any grade below 60% is failing. If 27 out of 36 students have average scores greater than or equal to 60%, what is the percentage of the class that is failing?a. 27% b. 36% c. 60% d. 9% e. 25%
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If x = 3, which of the following is a true statement?a. x + 4 > x + 5 b. - x = - x + 3 c. 2x > 3x d. x + 5 > - 6 + x e. x - 3 = x + 3
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A proposed road is to be 3.4 miles long. How many feet long would the road be? (1 mile = 5280 feet)a. 17952 feet b. 15840 feet c. 10560 feet d. 21120 feet e. 5280 feet
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What is the value of 9 - (-8) + 5 ?a. 12 b. 22 c. 6 d. -12 e. -22
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Use the following table to answer questionThe following table represents information based on reported scores from a standardized mathematics test. *Please note: The information is fictional and represents no real school, real data, or any real graph. What would be the appropriate range to put in the empty box in the percentile column?a. 40 - 49 b. 41 - 49 c. 39 - 49 d. 41 - 51 e. 40 - 50
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Use the information below to answer the question that follows.4 quarts = 1 gallon 1 gallon = 3.8 litersApproximately how many liters of water would fit in a container that held 2 quarts ?a. 0.5 liters b. 1 liter c. 1.9 liters d. 7.2 liters e. 2.7 liters
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Use the following graph to answer question 24. Between which months in 2000 was there virtually no difference in sales ?a. February and March b. March and April c. May and June d. November and December e. June and July
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Which of the following values for x satisfies the statement: 10 < x + 5 ? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 e. 5
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The temperature at 3 pm was 25 degrees F (above zero). By 5 pm, the temperature had dropped 17 degrees. At 10 pm, the temperature was recorded as being 20 degrees below zero (-20 degrees F). How far had the temperature dropped between 5 pm and 10 pm?a. 17 degrees b. 25 degrees c. degrees d. 28 degrees c. 42 degrees
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3 out of every 11 students at an elementary school would like to take band. If there are 704 total students, how many want to take band?a. 192 b. 64 c. 33 d. 640 e. 512
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A school will put no more than 32 students in a classroom. If there are 549 total students, what is the least number of classrooms needed ?a. 17 b. 18 c. 19 d. 20 e. 21
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A hot air balloon is at an altitude of 237 feet. It descends 56 feet, climbs 75, then descends for 43 feet before leveling off. At what altitude is the balloon now at ?a. 237 feet b. 174 feet c. 16 feet d. 371 feet e. 213 feet
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Use the following information to answer questionWhen open for business in the morning, a women's shoe store had:123 pairs of athletic shoes 45 pairs of boots 67 pairs of sandals 76 pairs of dress shoesAt the end of the business day, the store had reported selling 87 pairs total of footwear. They also now had on hand 60 pairs of sandals. Which of the following would you be able to calculate ?a. The number of boots sold. b. The number of sandals sold. c. The number of athletic shoes left. d. The number of customers that bought shoes. e. The number shoes returned.
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Carl and Joe are driving in separate cars to a city 320 miles away. Both of them are leaving from the same place. Joe leaves at 9 am and does an average of 60 mph. Carl leaves at 9:30 am and catches up to Joe at 12 noon. How fast is Carl's average speed?a. 60 mph b. 72 mph c. 65 mph d. 62 mph e. 80 mph
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Jennifer works in a grocery store part-time at $8.25 per hour. She works at least 25 hours per week. Her employer does not allow her to work more than 30 hours in one week. Her work week is Sunday to Thursday. If you know she had worked a total of 17 hours as of the end of Tuesday, which of the following do you know to be true?a. She will work at least 8 more hours for the week. b. She will not work 13 hours more for the week. c. She will work 8 hours on Wednesday. d. She will not work on Thursday. e. She did not work on Sunday.