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    1. Cecilia is adding fabric squares to a quilt. The drawing shows the order in which the squares are being added to the quilt. If this pattern continues, what will be the 9th square in the quilt?

    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    2. A shipping company charges $18.95 to ship a large package, and $9.75 to ship a small package. What is the best estimate of the cost to ship 5 large packages and 3 small packages?
    A. $110
    B. $130
    C. $160
    D. $240
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    3. What is the cost of each double-sided copy on bright paper?
    A. $0.09
    B. $0.13
    C. $0.15
    D. $0.20
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    4. What is the best estimate of the total cost of the materials shown on the order form?
    A. $6
    B. $7
    C. $8
    D. $10
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    5. On which type of paper is it cheaper to make 2 single-sided copies rather than 1 double-sided copy?
    A. letter size paper
    B. colored paper
    C. bright paper
    D. cardstock
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    6. Twenty-five people were asked to name their favorite shoes for summer and winter. The results of the survey are shown in the table below.

    A. F
    B. G
    C. H
    D. J
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    7. Erika's lunch bill was $11.35. She left a 15% tip. How much did Erika leave as a tip?
    A. between $1.00 and $1.20
    B. between $1.20 and $1.40
    C. between $1.40 and $1.60
    D. between $1.60 and $1.80
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    8. Lois calculated the combined cost for a one-year subscription to Modern Mechanic plus a copy of Campers' Guide as shown below.

    What error did Lois make?
    A. She used the wrong number of issues for a one-year subscription.
    B. She used an incorrect price per issue for a one-year subscription.
    C. She used an incorrect price for Campers' Guide.
    D. She added the items incorrectly
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    9. The regular price of Modem Mechanic is $6.00 per issue. What is the discount off the regular price for a one-year subscription?
    A. 25%
    B. 30%
    C. 33.3%
    D. 75%
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    10. The table below shows the number of people who were contacted by phone about subscribing to Modern Mechanic. The table also shows the number of people who agreed to take a subscription.

    Which group had the highest percentage of people agreeing to subscribe to Modem Mechanic?
    A. Carpenters
    B. Mechanics
    C. Teachers
    D. Technicians
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    11. Jack goes jogging every third day. Tyrone goes jogging every fourth day. Both went jogging on the last day of August. How many times in September will both men go jogging on the same day?

    A. 1
    B. 2
    C. 7
    D. 10
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    12. At what point does linen intersect line m?
    A. Point R
    B. Point S
    C. Point T
    D. Point U
    E. None of these
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    13. What are the coordinates of Point U?
    A. (5,5)
    B. (10,0)
    C. (0,10)
    D. (0,5)
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    14. What figure could be formed by connecting the points W, U, T, and S?
    A. square
    B. rectangle
    C. trapezoid
    D. parallelogram
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    15. What is the area of RST?
    (A=1/2 bh)
    A. 25 square units
    B. 50 square units
    C. 75 square units
    D. 100 square units
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    16. In the first row of an auditorium there are 13 seats. There are 15 seats in the second row, 17 seats in the third row, and 19 seats in the fourth row. If this pattern continues, how many seats are in the tenth row?
    A. 23
    B. 29
    C. 31
    D. 33
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    17. Which of these inequalities means that 18 is greater than three times a number?
    A. 18 > 3n
    B. 18(3) < n
    C. 18 < 3n
    D. 3 < 18n
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    18. What was the speed of the car at 30 seconds?
    A. 0 miles per hour
    B. 10 miles per hour
    C. 30 miles per hour
    D. 60 miles per hour
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    19. For how many seconds was the speed of the car decreasing?
    A. 10 seconds
    B. 15 seconds
    C. 20 seconds
    D. 45 seconds
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    20. Which of these most likely occurred during the time shown on the graph?
    A. The car was driven on a street and stopped at two traffic lights.
    B. The car was driven on a street, then up a hill, before stopping.
    C. The car was driven on a street, then on a highway for 35 miles, before stopping.
    D. The car was driven on a street, then on a highway, before stopping.
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    21. Which of these conclusions can be drawn from the graph?
    A. The car traveled 60 miles per hour for 35 seconds.
    B. The car returned to its starting position after 45 seconds.
    C. The car took less time to come to a stop from its top speed than to reach its top speed from its starting position.
    D. The car's speed increased continually until it reached 60 miles per hour.
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    22. What is the area of rectangle PARS on the window diagram?
    A. 7 Square Feet
    B. 8 Square Feet
    C. 12 Square Feet
    D. 14 Square Feet
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    23. Angles x, y, and z are equal. What is the measure of angle x?
    A. 30 degrees
    B. 60 degrees
    C. 120 degrees
    D. 180 degrees
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    24. The window contains eight identical rectangular panes of glass. What are the approximate dimensions of each rectangular pane of glass?
    A. 2 Feet by 1 Foot
    B. 1.5 Feet by 1.5 Feet
    C. 1.5 Feet by 1 Foot
    D. 1 Foot by 1 Foot
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    25. In order to ship a window of this size, a diagonal brace must be placed between Point Q and Point S. According to the diagram, what will be the length of the brace?
    A. 4 feet
    B. 5 feet
    C. 7 feet
    D. 8 feet
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    26. Angles x, y, and z are equal. What type of angle is formed by zy + Ly?
    A. Acute
    B. Complementary
    C. Right
    D. Obtuse
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    27. What is the height of RS in centimeters?
    (1 inch= 2.5 centimeters)
    A. 10 centimeters
    B. 100 centimeters
    C. 120 centimeters
    D. 1,200 centimeters
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    28. During how many months were the sales at either location less than $13,000?
    A. 2 Months
    B. 3 Months
    C. 4 Months
    D. 6 Months
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    29. The South location of the bakery had 550 customers in April. What was the average amount that each customer spent in April?
    A. $20.00
    B. $23.63
    C. $40.00
    D. $43.63
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    30. The North location of the bakery estimates that next year it will have average monthly sales of $14,000. Which of these best describes next year's total estimated sales for the North location?
    A. Between $10,000 and $30,000
    B. Between $80,000 and $100,000
    C. Between $130,000 and $150,000
    D. Between $160,000 and $180,000
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    31. If the measure of LQ is 16° greater than the measure of LP, what is the measure of LQ?
    A. 37°
    B. 53°
    C. 74°
    D. 82°
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    32. A bag of grass seed costs $64.26. If a gardener wants to calculate the cost of grass seed required to plant the lawn, what additional information would he need to know?
    A. The location of the walkway
    B. The perimeter of the lawn
    C. The weight of one bag grass seed
    D. The area that can be covered by one bag of seed
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    33. The gazebo and the circular walkway cover about 50 square meters of the lawn. Which expression represents how many square meters of the triangular area are covered with grass?
    A. 2(15+20)-50
    B. 0.5(15x20-50)
    C. 0.5(15x20)-50
    D. (15x20)-50
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    34. The box shows the prices of used cars sold at Bailey's Motors last week.

    What was the median price of the cars sold last week?
    A. $7,250
    B. $7,998
    C. $9,998
    D. $8,598
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    35. What rule is applied to the Input number to produce the Output number?

    A. multiply x times 2.1, then round to nearest whole number
    B. multiply x times x, then add 1
    C. multiply x by 2, then add 1
    D. multiply x by 3, then subtract 3
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    36. The deck will have the shape of one fourth of a circle. What is the best estimate of the area (A) of this deck?
    (Area of circle mr2)
    (Use 3.14 for It.)
    A. 30 Square Feet
    B. 75 Square Feet
    C. 150 Square Feet
    D. 300 Square Feet
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    37. What is the length, in yards, of Wall A of the deck?
    A. 3 1/3 yards
    B. 13 yards
    C. 3 ½ yards
    D. 30 yards
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    38. A carpenter states that it will take 21.5 hours to build the deck. If the carpenter charges $24.00 per hour, how much will the carpenter be paid?
    A. $45.50
    B. $129.00
    C. $504.00
    D. $516.00
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    39. As part of a fundraising drive, a community center is selling raffle tickets. Whoever has the winning ticket receives a prize. John bought 1 ticket and Kelly bought 4 tickets. If a total of 250 tickets are sold, what is the probability that either John or Kelly will win the prize?
    A. 2/25
    B. 1/100
    C. 1/50
    D. 1/49
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    40. A vitamin pill contains 1.7 x 10-3 grams of vitamin B2. Which of these is another way4o show; how many grams of vitamin 62 are in one vitamin pill?
    A. 0.017 Grams
    B. 0.0017 Grams
    C. 1,700 Grams
    D. 17,000 Grams
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    41. Rounded to the nearest dollar, how much money was spent at Super Foods?
    A. $11.00
    B. $11.50
    C. $11.60
    D. $12.00
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    42. Which equation represents the cost (c) of one orange?
    A. C= $2.00 Divide 4
    B. C= $4.00 Divide 2
    C. C= $2.00x4
    D. C= $4.00-2
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    43. What tax rate was used to calculate the sales tax?
    A. 0.50%
    B. 0.55%
    C. 5.0%
    D. 5.5%
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    44. According to the receipt, what would be the total cost of 10 oranges?
    A. $4.00
    B. $4.50
    C. $5.00
    D. $20.00
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    45. If Paul redeems a coupon for 25% off the cost of two packs of shoelaces, how much does he save compared with the regular price?
    A. $0.25
    B. $0.38
    C. $0.50
    D. $0.75
    E. None of these
    ABCDE


    46. What rule is applied to the Input number to produce the Output number?
    A. Multiply x by 2, then Subtract 3
    B. Multiply x by -2, then Subtract by 3
    C. Subtract 4 from x
    D. Subtract 3 from x
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    47. What is the next shape in this sequence?

    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    48. How many numbers in the box are equivalent to 4/5?

    A. 1
    B. 3
    C. 2
    D. 4
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    49. A neighborhood association wants to conduct a survey to determine the best time to hold a neighborhood meeting. Which survey method would yield the most unbiased results?
    A. Survey all the people living on one street in the neighborhood
    B. Survey a random group of people in the neighborhood.
    C. Survey people in the neighborhood by phone one evening.
    D. Survey the people who came to the last neighborhood meeting.
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    50. Which of these describes all the values of k that will make the inequality true?

    A. -4 < k + 5 < 15
    B. -9 < k < 10
    C. -4 < k < 10
    D. -14 < k < 10
    E. None of these
    ABCDE