What is the probability that the results of Yepa's next two spins will have a sum of 8?

**Scores of the School Baseball Team's Four Games**

Game |
Home Team |
Visiting Team |

1 | 9 | 1 |

2 | 6 | 8 |

3 | 2 | 5 |

4 | 7 | 6 |

In which game was the positive difference the

**least**between the winning team and the losing team?

What is the solution to the equation shown below?

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If the first number in a pattern is 50 and to go from one number in the pattern to the next number, the rule is to **divide by 5**, what is the fourth number in the pattern?

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7(2x - 3) > 49

In the diagram below, triangle ABC and triangle DEF are similar triangles with the dimensions shown, in units.

What is the length, in units, of line segment EF?

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Three friends played a video game. Naomi scored the greatest number of points.

The chart below shows the results of the game.

Player |
Number of Points |

Naomi | 4,500 |

Darla | 2,000 |

Isaac | 3,500 |

Type in the fraction that represents Naomi's score out of the total points.

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Which of the below is **not** an irrational number?

In his drawing, 1/4 inch represents 1 foot. What should be the length, in

**inches**of Chan's scale drawing of the pool?

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x - 5y

The line plot below shows the number of people in each student's household for a class of students.

What is the mean number of people in households for this class of students?

In a recent year, there were 1682 students enrolled in Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts. The ratio of the number of students to the number of faculty members was approximately 15:2

Based on this ratio, what is the closest whole number of faculty members that year?

What is the total number of factors that the number 130 has?

Box Size |
Number of Nuggets in Box |
Cost of Box (dollars) |

Kid | 5 | 1.29 |

Small | 9 | 2.09 |

Medium | 15 | 3.19 |

Large | 22 | 4.99 |

Which of the following box sizes has the

**least**cost per nugget?

What is the cost per nugget of the Medium box?

Round your answer to the nearest cent.

On Monday, Chris and Ravi went to the gym. Chris plans to return every second day. Ravi plans to return every fourth day.

If they follow their plans, what is the **next** day of the week they will both be at the gym on the same day?

The graph below shows a family's annual expenses. If the family's annual income is $40,000, what is the family's annual expense for housing?

Based on the distances given on the map, what is the distance between Maple and Sable?

Simplify the following expression.

Which of the lines graphed below has the **greatest** **positive **slope?

Kristen was *x* inches tall a year ago.

Since then, she has grown taller and is now *y* inches tall.

Write an expression that represents the **number of inches Kristen grew** during the past year.

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Sari deposited $150.00 in a savings account that earns interest at a rate of 6% compounded annually.

The table below shows her account balance at the end of each of three years.

Year |
Balance |

1 | $159.00 |

2 | $168.54 |

3 | $178.65 |

If Sari makes no additional deposits or withdrawals, what will be her account balance at the end of year 6?

The stem-and-leaf plot below shows the number of people using a skateboard park on 13 different days.

What is the range of the data in the stem-and-leaf-plot?

The top coordinate plane shown below has a figure in the third quadrant. Which of the other graphs shows the same figure after it has been reflected across the y-axis and then reflected across the x-axis?

The scatterplot below shows the ages and heights of 11 players on the school football team. Each dot represents one player.

What is the total number of 14-year-olds who are **more than** 60 inches tall?

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|-5| + |-5| - |-3|

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Jian made some designs using equilateral triangles, as shown above. He noticed that as he added new triangles, there was a relationship between *n*, the number of triangles, and *p*, the outer perimeter of the design.

The table below lists the outer perimeters for the designs shown.

Number of Triangles |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | ... | n |

Outer Perimeter (in units) |
3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | ... | p |

a) If the pattern is continued, what would be the outer perimeter of a design using 10 triangles?

Show or explain how you got your answer.

b) Write a rule for finding p, the outer perimeter for a design that uses n triangles.

Type in the expression that goes in the blank for:

p = _______________

Show or explain how you got your answer.

c) Which of the scatterplots below shows the relationship between the number of triangles and the outer perimeter of the design?

The diagram below shows right triangle ABC drawn on a unit grid.

What is the length of AC?

Show or explain how you got your answer.

b) What is the area, in square units, of triangle ABC?

Do not include units (units^{2}) in your answer.

Show or explain how you got your answer.

The Scale Map below shows a campground in a state park.

a)Based on the scale, what is the distance, in miles, from the park entrance to Antler Bluff?

Do not include units (miles) in your answer.

Show or explain how you got your answer.

b) Based on the scale, what is the area, in square miles, of the campground? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

Do not include units (miles^{2}) in your answer.

Show or explain how you got your answer.

Glenn bowls in a bowling league every Saturday morning. Last Saturday, the scores from Glenn's first 3 bowling games were 141, 128, and 157.

a)What is the mean of the scores from Glenn's first 3 games?

Solve the problem on your piece of paper, then explain here how you got your answer. The next question will ask you for the answer.

Glenn bowls in a bowling league every Saturday morning. Last Saturday, the scores from Glenn's first 3 bowling games were 141, 128, and 157.

a)What is the mean of the scores from Glenn's first 3 games?

Glenn bowls in a bowling league every Saturday morning. Last Saturday, the scores from Glenn's first 3 bowling games were 141, 128, and 157.

b)Glenn will bowl a fourth game. What will he have to bowl in his fourth game to have a mean of 150 for the four games?

Solve the problem on your piece of paper, then explain here how you got your answer. The next question will ask you for the answer.

b)Glenn will bowl a fourth game. What will he have to bowl in his fourth game to have a mean of 150 for the four games?

c)Each player in Glenn's bowling league is given a handicap, which allows players of different abilities to compete equally. A player's handicap is determined with the following formula

*A player's handicap is equal to 80 percent of the difference between the player's average (mean) and 220.*

Miguel is Glenn's teammate. If Miguel's average (mean) is 130, what is his handicap?

Solve the problem on your piece of paper, then explain here how you got your answer. The next question will ask you for the answer.

c)Each player in Glenn's bowling league is given a handicap, which allows players of different abilities to compete equally. A player's handicap is determined with the following formula:

*A player's handicap is equal to 80 percent of the difference between the player's average (mean) and 220.*

Miguel is Glenn's teammate. If Miguel's average (mean) is 130, what is his handicap?

The cash register is broken, and Andrea must calculate the price of the CD using only a calculator.

a)What is the sale price of the CD?

Do not include units ($) in your answer.

Show or explain how you got your answer.

b) Andrea needs to add 7% sales tax to the sale price of the CD. What should Andrea charge the customer for the CD, including tax?

Do not include units ($) in your answer.

Show or explain how you got your answer.

c) The customer told Andrea that she could save time by just taking 8% off the regular price of the CD, because 15%-7% is 8%. Is the Customer right?

Show or explain how you got your answer.