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12 questions
• Q1
Kent mixed oil and gas for his lawn mower. He mixed 8 fluid ounces of oil for every 1 gallon of gas. Which of the following statements must be true?
For every 3 gallons of gas, he used 3/8 fluid ounces of oil
For every 16 gallons of gas, he used 2 ounces of oil
For every 10 fluid ounces of oil, he used 1 1/4 gallons of gas
For every 40 fluid ounces of oil, he used 10 gallons of gas.
120s
• Q2
Marilyn has 7/8 yard of ribbon. What is the maximum number of 1/16 yard-long pieces Marilyn can cut from this ribbon?
1/14 piece
10 pieces
14 pieces
7/2 or 3 1/2 pieces
60s
• Q3
What quadrant of the coordinate plane would the point (-10, 30 1/2) lie?
45s
• Q4
What is the product of 35.263 and 0.29?
102.2627
10.22627
3.87893
38.7893
120s
• Q5
45s
• Q6
120s
• Q7
Which point shows the location of the number with the greatest absolute value?
C
D
A
B
60s
• Q8
The area of Melanie's bedroom floor is 1.5 times the area of her kitchen floor. The area of her kitchen floor is k. Which expression represents the area of Melanie's bedroom floor?
k + 0.5
k + 1.5k
k + 0.5k
k + 1.5
60s
• Q9
Find the value of 9.62 + 85.749
181.949
85.711
95.369
86.711
60s
• Q10
On a number line, where does the point -1 1/2 lie?
Between 0 and -1
Between -1 and 0
Between 1 and 2
Between -2 and -1
60s
• Q11
The width of stamp M is 4/3 inches, and the length is 7/5 inches. The dimensions of stamp M are 7/6 times the dimensions of stamp P. What is the length of stamp P, in inches?
6/5 inches
49/30 inches
8/7 inches
14/9 inches
120s
• Q12
Tracy bought 5 trays of plants for \$105. Each tray contained 12 plants. Each plant cost the same amount. Plants can be purchased individually. How much money will Tracy need to spend for 15 additional plants?
\$26.25
\$131.25
\$315
\$92.70
120s

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