# Table Building Part Two

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### Rosa recorded the outside temperature during one summer when she was a lifeguard.  At the same time, her friend Maddy kept track of the number of ice creams sold at the snack bar.  They put their data together in the table below.       Based on the data, how many ice cream cones would likely be sold if the temperature were 100 degrees?

• A.

48

• B.

53

• C.

51

• D.

59

C. 51
Explanation
Based on the data in the table, there is a clear correlation between the temperature and the number of ice creams sold. As the temperature increases, the number of ice creams sold also increases. When the temperature is 100 degrees, the number of ice creams sold is likely to be 51, based on the trend observed in the data.

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### At a theme park in Texas, a log ride releases water in cycles.  The cycles and the accumulative total gallons of water released are shown in the table. Following this pattern, how many accumulative gallons of water will be released with the eighth cycle?

• A.

300,000

• B.

350,000

• C.

400,000

• D.

450,000

C. 400,000
Explanation
Based on the given information, the table shows the accumulative total gallons of water released for each cycle. The pattern suggests that with each cycle, the amount of water released increases by 50,000 gallons. Therefore, to find the accumulative gallons of water released with the eighth cycle, we can add 50,000 gallons to the previous accumulative total of 350,000 gallons, resulting in 400,000 gallons.

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### The table below shows the relationship between the number of cupcakes k, and the total cost c, in dollars for an order of cupcakes. Based on the information on the table, what is the cost of 10 cupcakes?

• A.

\$1.90

• B.

\$2.15

• C.

\$2.40

• D.

\$2.65

D. \$2.65
Explanation
Based on the information in the table, as the number of cupcakes increases, the total cost also increases. The cost for 10 cupcakes is not directly given in the table, but we can infer it by looking at the pattern. From the table, we can see that the cost increases by \$0.25 for each additional cupcake. Therefore, to find the cost of 10 cupcakes, we can start with the cost of 1 cupcake (\$1.90) and add \$0.25 for each additional cupcake. Adding \$0.25 nine times (since we want 10 cupcakes) gives us a total cost of \$2.65.

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### The graph below shows the growth rate of a human fingernail. Based on the information in the graph, which best represents the number of millimeters a fingernail grows in 25 days?

• A.

3.1mm

• B.

4.1mm

• C.

3.6mm

• D.

4.6mm

C. 3.6mm
Explanation
The graph shows the growth rate of a human fingernail over time. To determine the number of millimeters a fingernail grows in 25 days, we need to find the corresponding point on the graph. Based on the graph, the growth rate at 25 days is approximately 3.6mm. Therefore, the best representation for the number of millimeters a fingernail grows in 25 days is 3.6mm.

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### The table shows the relationship between the year and the population of monarch butterflies in the United States. Based on the table, what will the population of monarch butterfiles be in 2016?

• A.

3,580,000

• B.

3,690,000

• C.

3,957,000

• D.

4,326,000

D. 4,326,000
Explanation
The table shows the population of monarch butterflies in the United States over the years. Since the table does not provide the population for the year 2016, we cannot determine the exact population. Therefore, the correct answer cannot be determined based on the given information.

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