First Name (required) Last Name (required) I understand that using a calculator for this assessment will void my score. 1. Which of these number is a common factor of 18 and 42? A. 4 B. 6 C. 7 D. 9 E. None of these ABCDE 2. Which group of numbers is missing from this number pattern? A. 14, 16, 18 B. 15, 17, 19 C. 15, 18, 20 D. 16, 18, 20 E. None of these ABCDE 3.Which of these figures appears to have the same shape as the figure in the box? A. A B. B C. C D. D E. None of these ABCDE 4. What was the attendance at the folk festival on Friday last year? A. 2,078 B. 2,116 C. 3,618 D. 4,194 E. None of these ABCDE 5. What was the total attendance at the folk festival this year? A. 8,948 B. 7,734 C. 5,848 D. 4,194 E. None of these ABCDE 6. According to the information in the table, which day had the highest attendance at the folk festival? A. Sunday, last year B. Saturday, last year C. Friday, this year D. Sunday, this year E. None of these ABCDE 7. According to the information in the table, which of these statements about attendance is true? A. The attendance on Sunday decreased from last year to this year. B. The lowest attendance for both years was on Friday. C. The attendance on Sunday was lower this year than last year. D. The attendance on each day increased this year compared with last year. E. None of these ABCDE 8. What is the correct value for point T on the number line? A. 2 1/10 B. 2 3/5 C. 3 2/5 D. 3 4/5 E. None of these ABCDE 9. What 2 figures below are the same size and shape? A. P and Q B. Q and S C. R and S D. P and R E. None of these ABCDE 10. Which of these fractions equals one half? A. 2/6 B. 3/6 C. 2/2 D. 2/1 E. None of these ABCDE 11. What is the cost of parts for engine rebuilding if the car is serviced on Monday? A. $1,500.00 B. $1,505.00 C. $1,545.00 D. $1,900.00 E. None of these ABCDE 12. On which day of the week does Abe's Auto Repair offer the lowest price for brake repair? A. Monday B. Wednesday C. Saturday D. Sunday E. None of these ABCDE 13. John took his car to Abe's Auto Repair on Monday for an oil change. What was the total amount he paid for parts and labor? A. $29.95 B. $20.00 C. $45.00 D. $49.95 E. None of these ABCDE 14. About how many points higher is the average score for part 1 than the average score for part 2? A. 2 points B. 6 points C. 4 points D. 7 points E. None of these ABCDE 15.Which of these is the average of Mr. Graves' test scores for part 1 and part 2 of the test? A. 78.5 B. 79.0 C. 81.0 D. 80.4 E. None of these ABCDE 16. Ms. Stewart had a combined score of 163 points for part 1 and 2 of the test. Which of these job applicants had a lower combined total than Ms. Stewart? A. Mr. Graves B. Ms. Baker C. Mr. Diaz D. Ms. Kelly E. None of these ABCDE 17. Which of these figures shows a cone on top of a cube? A. A B. B C. C D. D E. None of these ABCDE 18.Which of these is a way to express the total number of tickets shown? A. (2 x 3) + 2 B. 2 x (3 + 2) C. (3 x 2) + 3 D. 2 + (2 + 3) E. None of these ABCDE 19. Michelle is making a quilt out of fifty squares of colorful material. Fifty squares cost a total of $26.12. About how much does each square cost? A. $0.20 B. $0.50 C. $0.75 D. $1.00 E. None of these ABCDE 20.What value of n makes both equations true? A. 3 B. 5 C. 15 D. 18 E. None of these ABCDE 21. Rounding to the nearest ten, which set of numbers should be used to best estimate the total number of people who enter the market during the 3 hours? A. 140, 90, and 130 B. 130, 80, and 120 C. 130, 90, and 130 D. 130, 90, and 120 E. None of these ABCDE 22. What is the place value of the 6 in the number 96,745? A. Tens B. Hundreds C. Thousands D. Ten thousands E. None of these ABCDE 23. Dan has Four-dollar bills and five quarters. Fred has five-dollar bills and two dimes. Which of these statements is true? A. Fred has more bills than Dan B. Fred has more money than Dan C. Fred has more money in bills than Dan D. Fred has more money in coins than Dan E. None of these ABCDE 24. Which of these best describes the streets on which the Bowling Alley and Pizza Parlor are located? A. Skew B. Parallel C. Congruent D. Perpendicular E. None of these ABCDE 25. Which of these streets appear to run parallel to each other? A. 1st street and 4th street B. Highway 25 and 3rd street C. Chestnut Road and 4th street D. Oak Street and 1st street E. None of these ABCDE 26. Toni and her friends are at the Bowling Alley. They want pizza for dinner. Highway 25 is closed for construction. Which of these routes could they take to get to the Pizza Parlor? A. West on Chestnut Road to 2nd Street, then south on 2nd Street B. East on chestnut Road to 4th Street, then north on 4th Street C. West on Chestnut Road to 2nd Street, then north on 2nd Street D. West on Chestnut Road to 1st Street, then south on 1st Street E. None of these ABCDE 27. How long is the flight from Philadelphia to Orlando? A. 2 hours and 26 minutes B. 3 hours and 26 minutes C. 2 hours and 56 minutes D. 3 hours and 56 minutes E. None of these ABCDE 28. About how much does it cost for a round-trip ticket to Detroit plus a round-trip ticket to Boston? A. $300.00 B. $600.00 C. $500.00 D. $800.00 E. None of these ABCDE 29. Dan would like to know the total cost of a round-trip ticket between Philadelphia and London. He needs to stop in Boston to connect to the international flight. What additional information does Dan need to determine the total price of the trip? A. Flying time between Boston and London B. Ticket prices between Philadelphia and Boston C. Arrival time in London D. Ticket price between Boston and London E. None of these ABCDE 30. Based on the rates for 1-year and 2-year subscriptions, what is the cost of a 3-year subscription to Parks and Recreation magazine? A. $17 B. $30 C. $51 D. $68 E. None of these ABCDE 31. Parks and Recreation magazine publishes 12 issues per year. Which of these expressions can be used to find the cost per issue? A. $17 - 12 B. $17 + 12 C. $17 x 12 D. $17 รท 12 E. None of these ABCDE Jose had a balance of $307.24 in his checking account. Then he wrote two Checks: one for a 1yeaar subscription to Parks and Recreation magazine, and one for a pair of hiking boots. 32. What is the new balance of his account? A. $102.74 B. $202.74 C. $222.74 D. $411.74 E. None of these ABCDE 33. Which of these is best estimate for the weight of the refrigerator? A. 3 Pounds B. 30 Pounds C. 300 Pounds D. 3,000 Pounds E. None of these ABCDE 34. To connect the icemaker in the new refrigerator, Ralph bought an 8-foot long copper pipe. He used only 85 inches of the copper pipe. How many inches of pipe were left over? (12 inches = 1 foot) A. 1 Inches B. 11 Inches C. 77 Inches D. 96 Inches E. None of these ABCDE 35. What unit would be used to measure the weight of a box of macaroni? A. Cups B. Inches C. Ounces D. Liters E. None of these ABCDE 36. Which of these triangles is a right triangles? A. F B. G C. H D. J E. None of these ABCDE Fishing regulations at a certain lake require the following: All fish caught that measure less than 6 1/2 inches must be returned to the water. The diagram shows two fish being measured. 37. About how longer is the big fish than the small fish? A. 2 inches B. 2 1/2 inches C. 3 inches D. 3 1/4 inches E. None of these ABCDE 38. A fish was caught that measured 5 1/4 inches. How many inches short of the minimum size requirement was the fish? A. 3/4 inches B. 1 3/8 inches C. 1 1/4 inches D. 1 3/4 inches E. None of these ABCDE 39. The fishing regulations also state that a person may take home a maximum of 12 fish per day. Sheila took home 9 fish. What fraction of the limit is that? A. 1/2 B. 2/3 C. 7/10 D. 3/4 E. None of these ABCDE 40. According to the graph, What is the most frequent cause of flight delays? A. Air traffic congestion B. Pilot shortage C. Mechanical problem D. Bad Weather E. None of these ABCDE 41. Which of these problems caused half of the total flight delays? A. Bad weather and mechanical problem B. Mechanical problems and traffic congestion C. Air traffic congestion and pilot shortage D. Pilot shortage and mechanical problems E. None of these ABCDE 42. What number goes in all the boxes to make both number sentence true? A. 0 B. 1 C. 2 D. 3 E. None of these ABCDE 43. One family paid cash for a living room set and experts the furniture to last 5 years. What is the estimated average cost per year of this living room set? A. $50 B. $180 C. $500 D. $895 E. None of these ABCDE 44. The steps are 5 feet 4 inches wide. What is the length of space left for the large garden tools, lawn mowers, and wheelbarrows on the side of the garden center? A. 42 Feet 4 inches B. 42 Feet 8 inches C. 43 Feet 4 inches D. 43 Feet 8 inches E. None of these ABCDE 45. What is the perimeter of the entire garden center? A. 48 Feet B. 78 Feet C. 156 Feet D. 1,440 Feet E. None of these ABCDE 46. If 14 is the input number, what will be the output number? A. 7 B. 15 C. 16 D. 28 E. None of these ABCDE 47. What is the rule use to change the input number to the output number? A. Multiply by 2 B. Add 2, subtract 1 C. Divide by 2 D. Multiply by 2, add 1 E. None of these ABCDE 48. What is another way to write 1/2? A. 0.1 B. 0.2 C. 0.4 D. 0.5 E. None of these ABCDE Tom bought a bucket of 25 golf ball at the driving range. He was given 10 balls with black stripes, 5 with green stripes, 5 with red stripes, and 5 with blue stripes. 49. What is the chance of picking a ball that does NOT have a red stripe? A. 1/25 B. 1/5 C. 1/1 D. 4/5 E. None of these ABCDE 50. Tom randomly chose a ball from the full bucket. Which of these statement is true? A. Tom was equally likely to choose a red striped ball a a blue striped ball B. It was impossible for Tom to pick a ball with res stripes first. C. Tom chose a ball with a back stripe first. D. A green ball was definitely chosen first. E. None of these ABCDE Δ