# Short Quiz

## Quiz by Kevin Jun

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- Q1If the towers are listed from shortest to tallest, which tower would be 10th in the list?120s
- Q2Which of the following is closest in value to $1.00?Not the Answer1.120.91.0130s
- Q3To make pizza dough, Luca mixes 50 mL of milk for every 250 mL of flour. How much milk does he mix with 750 mL of flour?150 mL125 mL175 mL100 mL60s
- Q4One of the following 8 figures is randomly chosen. What is the probability that the chosen figure is a triangle?3/43/81/45/8120s
- Q5Squares of side length 1 are arranged to form the figure shown. What is the perimeter of the figure?26241418120s
- Q6In the diagram, the points are equally spaced on the number line. What number is represented by point P?7.507.487.527.64120s
- Q7The nine interior intersection points on a 4 by 4 grid of squares are shown. How many interior intersection points are there on a 12 by 12 grid of squares?121169144196120s
- Q8The diagram shows a circle graph which shows the amount of homework done each day by Mr. Auckland’s Grade 9 class. Based on the circle graph, what percentage of students do at least one hour of homework per day?65%20%75%30%120s
- Q9Several three-legged tables and four-legged tables have a total of 23 legs. If there is more than one table of each type, what is the number of three-legged tables?4523120s
- Q10Twelve 1 by 1 squares form a rectangle, as shown. What is the total area of the shaded regions?108119120s
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