 
1. 
Which of the following lists the angles shown above in order of measure from smallest to largest?  
A)  1, 2, 3, 4  
B)  2, 3, 4, 1  
C)  3, 2, 1, 4  
D)  3, 1, 4, 2  
E)  4, 2, 1, 3  
3. 
Amanda wants to paint each face of a cube a different color. How many colors will she need?  
A) 
Three  
B) 
Four  
C) 
Six  
D) 
Eight  
 
6. 
On the curve above, what is the best estimate of the value of x when y = 0?  
A)  
B) 
1.1  
C) 
1.4  
D) 
1.7  
E) 
1.9  
 
7. 
According to the pattern suggested by the four examples above, how many consecutive odd integers are required to give a sum of 144 ?  
A) 
9  
B) 
12  
C) 
15  
D) 
36  
E) 
72  
12. 
There were 90 employees in a company last year. This year the number of employees increased by 10 percent. How many employees are in the company this year?  
A)  9  
B) 
81  
C) 
91  
D) 
99  
E)  100  
 
15. 
How many of the angles in this triangle are smaller than a right angle?  
A)  None  
B) 
One  
C) 
Two  
D) 
Three  
 
16. 
What is the area of the shaded figure?  
A)  9 square centimeters  
B)  11 square centimeters  
C)  13 square centimeters  
D)  14 square centimeters  
21. 
A rectangular playground has a perimeter of 390 feet. The width of the playground is 75 feet. What is its length?  
A)  5.2 feet  
B)  97.5 feet  
C)  120 feet  
D)  130 feet  
E)  240 feet  
 
23. 
What temperature would be 15° F more than the temperature shown on the thermometer above?  
 
A)  20° F  
B)  10° F  
C)  10° F  
D)  15° F  
E)  20° F  
 
25. 
According to the graph above, which element forms the second greatest portion of the earth's crust?  
 
A)  Oxygen  
B)  Silicon  
C)  Aluminum  
D)  Iron  
E)  Calcium  
29. 
What number is represented by point A on the number line above?  
A)  0.0010  
B)  0.0054  
C) 
0.0055  
D) 
0.006  
E) 
0.055  
1, 9, 25, 49, 81, ...
 
30. 
The same rule is applied to each number in the pattern above. What is the 6th number in the pattern?  
A)  40  
B)  100  
C)  121  
D)  144  
E)  169  
32. 
One of the acute angles in a
right triangle measures 28 degrees. What is the measure, in degrees, of
the other acute angle?  
A)  17°  
B)  28°  
C)  62°  
D)  90°  
E)  152°  
 
37. 
The pie chart above shows the portion of time Pat spent on homework in each subject last week. If Pat spent 2 hours on mathematics, about how many hours did Pat spend on homework altogether?  
A)  4  
B)  8  
C)  12  
D)  16  
 
38. 
In the figure above, which object is heaviest?  
A)  The metal ball  
B)  The sandwich  
C)  The bag of potato chips  
D)  The puppy  
 
39. 
The figure above is shaded on the top side and white on the under side. If the figure were flipped over, its white side could look like which of the following figures?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
40. 
How much change will John get back from $5.00 if he buys 2 notebooks that cost $1.80 each?  
A)  $1.40  
B)  $2.40  
C)  $3.20  
D)  $3.60  
41. 
Carla has 12 boxes that each weigh the same amount. What would be a quick way for her to find the total weight of the 12 boxes?  
A)  Add 12 to the weight of one of the boxes.  
B)  Subtract 12 from the weight of one of the boxes.  
C)  Divide the weight of one of the boxes by 12.  
D)  Multiply the weight of one of the boxes by 12.  
42. 
The perimeter of a square is 36 inches. What is the length of one side of the square?  
A)  4 inches  
B)  6 inches  
C)  9 inches  
D)  18 inches  
43. 
Six students bought exactly enough pens to share equally among themselves. Which of the following could be the number of pens they bought?  
A)  46  
B)  48  
C)  50  
D)  52  
44. 
Carl has 3 empty egg cartons and 34 eggs. If each carton holds 12 eggs, how many more eggs are needed to fill all 3 cartons?  
A)  2  
B)  3  
C)  4  
D)  6  
 
45. 
The objects on the scale above make it balance exactly. According to this scale, if balances , then balances which of the following?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
47. 
Alan says that if a figure has four sides, it must be a rectangle. Gina does not agree. Which of the following figures shows that Gina is correct?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
48. 
Jim has 3/4 of a yard of string which he wishes to divide into pieces, each 1/8 of a yard long. How many pieces will he have?  
A)  3  
B)  4  
C)  6  
D)  8  
 
49. 
On the road shown above, the distance from Bay City to Exton is 60 miles. What is the distance from Bay City to Yardville?  
A)  45 miles  
B)  75 miles  
C)  90 miles  
D)  105 miles  
50. 
What are all the whole numbers that make 8  > 3 true?  
A)  0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  
B)  0, 1, 2, 3, 4  
C)  0, 1, 2  
D)  5  
51. 
Length can be measured to within 0.05 centimeter accuracy by using a certain type of measuring instrument. A reading of 3.7 centimeters on this instrument means that the actual length is at least  
A)  3.20 centimeters  
B)  3.65 centimeters  
C)  3.69 centimeters  
D)  3.70 centimeters  
E)  3.75 centimeters  
52. 
A triangle that has sides with lengths 6, 6, and 10 is called  
A)  acute  
B)  right  
C)  scalene  
D)  isosceles  
E)  equilateral  
 
53. 
In the figure above, if ABCD is a square, then the coordinates of vertex C are  
A)  (4,5)  
B)  (3,4)  
C)  (3,2)  
D)  (5,4)  
E)  (5,2)  
54. 
Which of the following equations is true for the three pairs of x and y values in the table above?  
A)  3x + 2 = y  
B)  3x  2 = y  
C)  2x + 3 = y  
D)  2x  3 = y  
E)  x  3 = y  
1 mile = 5,280 feet  
56. 
How many feet are in 15 miles?  
A)  352  
B)  35,200  
C)  79,200  
D)  84,480  
E)  89,760  
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57. 
The Breakfast Barn bought 135 dozen eggs at $0.89 per dozen. What was the total cost of the eggs?  
A)  $116.75  
B)  $120.15  
C)  $135.89  
D)  $151.69  
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58. 
What is the value of x in the triangle above?  
A)  65°  
B)  82°  
C)  90°  
D)  92°  
E)  98°  
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59. 
Which of the following numerical expressions gives the area of the rectangle above?  
A)  4 × 6  
B)  4 + 6  
C)  2(4 × 6)  
D)  2(4 + 6)  
E)  4 + 6 + 4 + 6  
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60. 
When the rectangle above is folded along the dotted line, point P will touch which of the lettered points?  
A)  A  
B)  B  
C)  C  
D)  D  
E)  E  
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61. 
According to the graph above, how many times did the yearly increase of the price of a hamburger exceed 10 cents?  
A)  None  
B)  One  
C)  Two  
D)  Three  
E)  Four  
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62. 
Fifteen boxes each containing 8 radios can be repacked in 10 larger boxes each containing how many radios?  
A)  8  
B)  10  
C)  12  
D)  80  
E)  120  
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63. 
In the figure above, WXYZ is a parallelogram. Which of the following is NOT necessarily true?  
A)  Side WX is parallel to side ZY.  
B)  Side XY is parallel to side WZ.  
C)  The measures of angles W and Y are equal.  
D)  The lengths of sides WX and ZY are equal.  
E)  The lengths of sides WX and XY are equal.  
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64. 
Consider the statement "If n is an even number, then n is two times an odd number." For which of the following values of n is the statement FALSE?  
A)  2  
B)  6  
C)  8  
D)  10  
E)  14  
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65. 
If the list of fractions above continues in the same pattern, which term will be equal to 0.95?  
A)  The 100th  
B)  The 95th  
C)  The 20th  
D)  The 19th  
E)  The 15th  
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66. 
There are 1,200 students enrolled in Adams Middle School. According to the graph above, how many of these students participate in sports?  
A)  380  
B)  456  
C)  760  
D)  820  
E)  1,162  
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67. 
The diameter of a red blood cell, in inches, is 3 × 10^{4}. This expression is the same as which of the following numbers?  
A)  0.00003  
B)  0.0003  
C)  0.003  
D)  3,000  
E)  30,000  
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68. 
Tetsu rides his bicycle x miles the first day, y miles the second day, and z miles the third day. Which of the following expressions represents the average number of miles per day that Tetsu travels?  
A)  x + y + z  
B)  xyz  
C)  3(x + y + z)  
D)  3(xyz)  
E)  (x + y + z)/3  
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69. 
If 3 + w = b, then w =  
A)  b/3  
B)  b× 3  
C)  b + 3  
D)  3  b  
E)  b  3  
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70. 
If the value of the expression x + 2 is less than 12, which of the following could be a value of x?  
A)  16  
B)  14  
C)  12  
D)  10  
E)  8  
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71. 
A pictogram of the data above is to be drawn using as the symbol that represents 500 people. How many would it take to represent the population of Rancho Santa Fe?  
A)  1  
B)  4  
C)  8  
D)  80  
E)  4,000  
72. 
Gloria's diving scores from
a recent competition are represented in the stemandleaf plot shown
below. In this plot, 3  4 would be read as 3.4.
What was her lowest score for this competition?  
A)  0.02  
B)  1.0  
C)  2.5  
D)  5.2  
E)  8.0  
74. 
Which of the following ratios is equivalent to the ratio of 6 to 4?  
A)  12 to 18  
B)  12 to 8  
C)  8 to 6  
D)  4 to 6  
E)  2 to 3  
75. 
In a coordinate plane, the points (2,4) and (3,1) are on a line. Which of the following must be true?  
A)  The line crosses the xaxis.  
B)  The line passes through (0,0).  
C)  The line stays above the xaxis at all times.  
D)  The line rises from the lower left to the upper right.  
E)  The line is parallel to the yaxis.  
77. 
The cruise ship Titanic was 882 feet long. Which of the following is closest to that length?  
A)  Two movingvan lengths  
B)  Fifty car lengths  
C)  One hundred skateboard lengths  
D)  Five hundred schoolbus lengths  
E)  One thousand bicycle lengths  
78. 
If n represents an even number greater than 2, what is the next larger even number?  
A)  n + 1  
B)  2n + 1  
C)  2n  
D)  n + 2  
E)  n^{2}  
 
79. 
Allen, Bridgitte, Chaz, and
Diann each live in a different house on the same side of a street. The
houses and their numbers are shown above.
 
A)  Allen only  
B)  Chaz only  
C)  Diann only  
D)  Chaz or Diann  
E)  Any of these four people could live in house number 2.  
80. 
Which of the following numbers, when rounded to the nearest thousand, becomes 27,000?  
A)  26,099  
B)  26,490  
C)  27,381  
D)  27,550  
E)  27,640  
83. 
Of the following, which is the closest approximation of a 15 percent tip on a restaurant check of $24.99?  
A)  $2.50  
B)  $3.00  
C)  $3.75  
D)  $4.50  
E)  $5.00  
84. 
A poll is being taken at Baker Junior High School to determine whether to change the school mascot. Which of the following would be the best place to find a sample of students to interview that would be most representative of the entire student body?  
A)  An algebra class  
B)  The cafeteria  
C)  The guidance office  
D)  A French class  
E)  The faculty room  
 
85. 
The following steps are used
to read the electric meter shown above.
(1) On each dial, the pointer moves in the direction of the arrow for that dial. (2) On each dial, the number that the pointer has just passed is that dial's reading. (3) To obtain the meter reading, the dials are read from left to right. What is the reading on the meter?  
A)  2,975 kwh  
B)  3,086 kwh  
C)  5,792 kwh  
D)  5,803 kwh  
E)  6,803 kwh  
86. 
Which of the following ordered pairs (x, y) is a solution to the equation 2x  3y = 6?  
A)  (6, 3)  
B)  (3, 0)  
C)  (3, 2)  
D)  (2, 3)  
E)  (0, 3)  
87. 
A plumber charges customers $48 for each hour worked plus an additional $9 for travel. If h represents the number of hours worked, which of the following expressions could be used to calculate the plumber's total charge in dollars?  
A)  48 + 9 + h  
B)  48 x 9 x h  
C)  48 + (9 x h)  
D)  (48 x 9) + h  
E)  (48 x h) + 9  
88. 
Anita is making bags of treats for her sister's birthday party. She divides 65 pieces of candy equally among 15 bags so that each bag contains as many pieces as possible. How many pieces will she have left?  
A)  33  
B)  5  
C)  4  
D)  3  
E)  0.33  
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89. 
Of the following, which is the best unit to use when measuring the growth of a plant every other day during a 2week period?  
A)  Centimeter  
B)  Meter  
C)  Kilometer  
D)  Foot  
E)  Yard  
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90. 
If each of the counting numbers from 1 through 10 is multiplied by 13, how many of the resulting numbers will be even?  
A)  One  
B)  Four  
C)  Five  
D)  Six  
E)  Ten  
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91. 
A car odometer registered 41,256.9 miles when a highway sign warned of a detour 1,200 feet ahead. What will the odometer read when the car reaches the detour? (5, 280 feet = 1 mile)  
A)  42,456.9  
B)  41,279.9  
C)  41,261.3  
D)  41,259.2  
E)  41,257.1  
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92. 
If the string does not cost anything, how much does the necklace above cost?  
A)  10¢  
B)  24¢  
C)  28¢  
D)  34¢  
 
93. 
Carol wanted to estimate the distance from A to D along the path shown on the map above. She correctly rounded each of the given distances to the nearest mile and then added them. Which of the following sums could be hers?  
A)  4 + 6 + 5 = 15  
B)  5 + 6 + 5 = 16  
C)  5 + 6 + 6 = 17  
D)  5 + 7 + 6 = 18  
95. 
There are 50 hamburgers to serve 38 children. If each child is to have at least one hamburger, at most how many of the children can have more than one?  
A)  6  
B)  12  
C)  26  
D)  38  
96. 
If represents the number of newspapers that Lee delivers each day, which of the following represents the total number of newspapers that Lee delivers in 5 days?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
 
97. 
The weights of three objects were compared using a pan balance. Two comparisons were made as shown in the figure above. Which object is the heaviest?  
A)  A  
B)  B  
C)  C  
D)  Not enough information is given.  
 
98. 
Chen had $10 to buy a model plane, glue, and paint as shown above. At which of the following times could an estimate have been used instead of exact numbers?  
A)  When Chen tried to decide whether or not he had enough money tobuy the plane, glue, and paint  
B)  When the clerk entered each amount into the cash register  
C)  When the clerk told Chen how much he owed  
D)  When Chen counted his change  
99. 
By how much would 217 be increased if the digit 1 were replaced by a digit 5?  
A)  4  
B)  40  
C)  44  
D)  400  
100. 
Christy has 88 photographs to put in her album. If 9 photographs will fit on each page, how many pages will she need?  
A)  8  
B)  9  
C)  10  
D)  11  
 
101. 
The squares in the figure above represent the faces of a cube which has been cut along some edges and flattened. When the original cube was resting on face X, which face was on top?  
A)  A  
B)  B  
C)  C  
D)  D  
 
102. 
John records the weight of his puppy every month in a chart like the one shown above. If the pattern of the puppy's weight gain continues, how many pounds will the puppy weigh at 5 months?  
A)  30  
B)  27  
C)  25  
D)  24  
103. 
In a bag of marbles, 1/2 are red, 1/4 are blue, 1/6 are green, and 1/12 are yellow. If a marble is taken from the bag without looking, it is most likely to be  
A)  red  
B)  blue  
C)  green  
D)  yellow  
104. 
A rectangular carpet is 9 feet long and 6 feet wide. What is the area of the carpet in square feet?  
A)  15  
B)  27  
C)  30  
D)  54  
105. 
From a shipment of 500 batteries, a sample of 25 was selected at random and tested. If 2 batteries in the sample were found to be dead, how many dead batteries would be expected in the entire shipment?  
A)  10  
B)  20  
C)  30  
D)  40  
E)  50  
 
106. 
The total distances covered by two runners during the first 28 minutes of a race are shown in the graph above. How long after the start of the race did one runner pass the other?  
A)  3 minutes  
B)  8 minutes  
C)  12 minutes  
D)  14 minutes  
E)  28 minutes  
 
109. 
The graph above shows how many of the 32 children in Mr. Rivera's class are 8, 9, 10, and 11 years old. Which of the following is true?  
A)  Most are younger than 9.  
B)  Most are younger than 10.  
C)  Most are 9 or older.  
D)  None of the above is true.  
 
110. 
A sheet of paper is folded once and a piece is cut out as shown above. Which of the following looks like the unfolded paper?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
112. 
If 1 1/3 cups of flour are needed for a batch of cookies, how many cups of flour will be needed for 3 batches?  
A)  4 1/3  
B)  4  
C)  3  
D)  2 2/3  
 
113. 
Children's pictures are to be hung in a line as shown in the figure above. Pictures that are hung next to each other share a tack. How many tacks are needed to hang 28 pictures in this way?  
A)  27  
B)  28  
C)  29  
D)  56  
114. 
If k can be replaced by any number, how many different values can the expression k + 6 have?  
A)  None  
B)  One  
C)  Six  
D)  Seven  
E)  Infinitely many  
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115. 
If the pattern in the list above continues, what will be the next number after 56?  
A)  54  
B)  63  
C)  64  
D)  65  
E)  67  
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116. 
What is the difference between the smallest positive 3digit number and the largest positive 2digit number?  
A)  l  
B)  9  
C)  10  
D)  90  
E)  900  
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117. 
The entire circle shown above represents a total of 2,675 radios sold. Of the following, which is the best approximation of the number of radios represented by the shaded sector of the circle?  
A)  70  
B)  275  
C)  985  
D)  25,880  
E)  98,420  
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118. 
Ken bought a used car for $5,375. He had to pay an additional 15 percent of the purchase price to cover both sales tax and extra fees. Of the following, which is closest to the total amount Ken paid?  
A)  $806  
B)  $5,510  
C)  $5,760  
D)  $5,940  
E)  $6,180  
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119. 
In the rectangle above, the intersection of ABC and ADC is which of the following?  
A)  A right angle  
B)  A vertex of the rectangle  
C)  A diagonal of the rectangle  
D)  A pair of parallel sides  
E)  A pair of perpendicular sides  
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120. 
Which of the following is both a multiple of 3 and a multiple of 7?  
A)  7,007  
B)  8,192  
C)  21,567  
D)  22,287  
E)  40,040  
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121. 
In the graph above, each dot shows the number of situps and the corresponding age for one of 13 people. According to this graph, what is the median number of situps for these 13 people?  
A)  15  
B)  20  
C)  45  
D)  50  
E)  55  
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122. 
3^{3} + 4(8  5) ÷ 6 =  
A)  6.5  
B)  11  
C)  27.5  
D)  29  
E)  34.16  
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123. 
In the figure above, a circle with center O and radius of length 3 is inscribed in a square. What is the area of the shaded region?  
A)  3.86  
B)  7.73  
C)  28.27  
D)  32.86  
E)  36.00  
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124. 
The sum of the measures of angles 1 and 2 in the figure above is 90°. What is the measure of the angle formed by the bisectors of these two angles?  
A)  60°  
B)  45°  
C)  30°  
D)  20°  
E)  15°  
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125. 
Chris wishes to carpet the rectangular room shown above. To the nearest square yard, how many square yards of carpet are needed to carpet the floor of the room if the closet floor will not be carpeted? (1 square yard = 9 square feet)  
A)  8  
B)  10  
C)  11  
D)  19  
E)  22  
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126. 
Which of the following is closest to 15 seconds?  
A)  14.1 seconds  
B)  14.7 seconds  
C)  14.9 seconds  
D)  15.2 seconds  
128. 
The census showed that three hundred fiftysix thousand, ninetyseven people lived in Middletown. Written as a number, that is  
A)  350,697  
B)  356,097  
C)  356,907  
D)  356,970  
130. 
The length of a trail that Pat hiked in one day could have been  
A)  5 milliliters  
B)  5 centimeters  
C)  5 meters  
D)  5 kilometers  
131. 
A club held a car wash and washed 21 cars. If the club raised $84, how much did it charge per car?  
A)  $0.25  
B)  $4.00  
C)  $5.00  
D)  $1,764.00  
132. 
A certain reference file contains approximately one billion facts. About how many millions is that?  
A)  1,000,000  
B)  100,000  
C)  10,000  
D)  1,000  
E)  100  
 
133. 
If the area of the shaded triangle shown above is 4 square inches, what is the area of the entire square?  
A)  4 square inches  
B)  8 square inches  
C)  12 square inches  
D)  16 square inches  
E)  Not enough information given  
 
134. 
Which of the following constructions at point P in the figure above will produce an angle of 45°?  
A)  Constructing only the bisector of APB  
B)  Constructing only a circle with center at P  
C)  Constructing one perpendicular line only  
D)  Constructing a circle with center at P and a perpendicular line  
E)  Constructing a perpendicular line and an angle bisector  
 
135. 
If the pattern shown in the table were continued, what number would appear in the box at the bottom of column B next to 14?  
A)  19  
B)  21  
C)  23  
D)  25  
E)  29  
136. 
For each figure below, the lengths of 3 sides are given. Which figure could have a perimeter of 28?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
E)  
137. 
Harriet, Jim, Roberto,
Maria, and Willie are in the same eighthgrade class. One of them is this
year's class president. Based on the following information, who is the
class president?
 
A)  Harriet  
B)  Jim  
C)  Roberto  
D)  Maria  
E)  Willie  
 
138. 
Point O is the center of the circle above. Line segment AC is a diameter of the circle. Line segment BC does not pass through the center of the circle. Which of the following is true?  
A)  AC is longer than BC.  
B)  BC is longer than AC.  
C)  AC and BC are the same length.  
D)  BC is twice as long as OA.  
E)  The lengths of AC and BC change, depending on how this piece of paper isturned.  
141. 
A straight line segment could NOT be drawn on the surface of which of the following solids?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
E)  
 
142. 
In the figure above, the tube was filled to the 0 mark at the start. How much liquid has been let out?  
A)  10 milliliters  
B)  15 milliliters  
C)  25 milliliters  
D)  40 milliliters  
E)  50 milliliters  
143. 
The average weight of 50 prizewinning tomatoes is 2.36 pounds. What is the combined weight, in pounds, of these 50 tomatoes?  
A)  0.0472  
B)  11.8  
C)  52.36  
D)  59  
E)  118  
144. 
Which of the following
figures best illustrates the statement 5 × (6 + 2) = (5 × 6) + (5 × 2)?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
E)  
 
146. 
The nine chips shown above are placed in a sack and then mixed up. Madeline draws one chip from this sack. What is the probability that Madeline draws a chip with an even number?  
A) 
 
B) 
 
C) 
 
D) 
 
E) 
 
147. 
If a measurement of a rectangular box is given as 48 cubic inches, then the measurement represents the  
A)  distance around the top of the box  
B)  length of an edge of the box  
C)  surface area of the box  
D)  volume of the box  
 
148. 
Which of the following shows the result of flipping the above triangle over the line?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
E)  
 
149. 
What is the distance between the midpoint of MN and the midpoint of PQ shown above?  
A)  18 cm  
B)  24 cm  
C)  26 cm  
D)  28 cm  
E)  30 cm  
150. 
The least common multiple of 8, 12, and a third number is 120. Which of the following could be the third number?  
A)  15  
B)  16  
C)  24  
D)  32  
E)  48  
 
151. 
What is the diagonal measurement of the TV screen shown in the figure above?  
A)  25 inches  
B)  35 inches  
C)  50 inches  
D)  70 inches  
E)  1,200 inches  
153. 
The length of a rectangle is 3 more than its width. If L represents the length, what is an expression for the width?  
A)  3 ÷ L  
B)  L÷ 3  
C)  L× 3  
D)  L + 3  
E)  L– 3  
The following question refers to the following
pattern of dotfigures.  
154. 
If this pattern of dotfigures is continued, how many dots will be in the 100th figure?  
A)  100  
B)  101  
C)  199  
D)  200  
E)  201  
155. 
There are 15 girls and 11 boys in a mathematics class. If a student is selected at random to run an errand, what is the probability that a boy will be selected?  
A) 
 
B) 
 
C) 
 
D) 
 
E) 
 
157. 
If n + n + n = 60, what is the value of n ?  
A)  6  
B)  10  
C)  15  
D)  20  
E)  30  
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158. 
In which of the following circles is the line segment a diameter?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
E)  
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159. 
Which of the following figures has two circular bases?  
A)  A pyramid  
B)  A sphere  
C)  A cube  
D)  A cylinder  
E)  A cone  
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160. 
3 × ( + 5) = 30
The number in the box should be  
A)  2  
B)  5  
C)  10  
D)  95  
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161. 
In the model town that a class is building, a car 15 feet long is represented by a scale model 3 inches long. If the same scale is used, a house 35 feet high would be represented by a scale model how many inches high?  
A) 
 
B)  3  
C)  5  
D)  7  
E) 
 
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162. 
Which of the following describes what to do to the first number in each ordered pair shown above to obtain the corresponding second number?  
A)  Add 3  
B)  Subtract 3  
C)  Multiply by 2  
D)  Multiply by 2 and subtract 1  
E)  Multiply by 2 and add 1  
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163. 
Kate bought a book for $14.95, a record for $5.85, and a tape for $9.70. If the sales tax on these items is 6 percent and all 3 items are taxable, what is the total amount she must pay for the 3 items, including tax?  
A)  $32.33  
B)  $32.06  
C)  $30.56  
D)  $30.50  
E)  $ 1.83  
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164. 
Ground beef costs $2.59 per pound. What is the cost of 0.93 pound of ground beef?  
A)  $3.52  
B)  $2.78  
C)  $2.47  
D)  $2.41  
E)  $1.66  
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165. 
What is the ratio of the length of a side of an equilateral triangle to its perimeter?  
A)  1:1  
B)  1:2  
C)  1:3  
D)  2:1  
E)  3:1  
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166. 
If the price of a can of beans is raised from 50 cents to 60 cents, what is the percent increase in the price?  
A)  83.3%  
B)  20%  
C)  18.2%  
D)  16.7%  
E)  10%  
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167. 
A certain rectangle has area equal to the sum of the areas of the four rectangles shown above. If its length is 4, what is its width?  
A)  2  
B)  2¼  
C)  2½  
D)  3  
E)  3½  
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168. 
If , then, of the following, which is closest to n?  
A)  2 .6 1  
B)  3.83  
C)  8.76  
D)  8.82  
E)  12.11  
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