1, 4, 13, 40, 121, ___

The room is in the shape of a rectangle and measures

**24 feet**by

**18 feet**.

If the carpet costs

**$25.75 per square yard**including installation,

how much will it cost to have the library carpeted?

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Huey is reading a book that is 696 pages long.

He tells a friend that he is about 3/4 of the way done.

How many more pages must Huey read before he finishes the book?

Q 12/13

(2/3)x = 11

(You have 1 attempts. Do not press 'Break this problem into steps' button, otherwise you will lose one of your chances.)

The Venn diagram below shows Leila's graduating classes from middle school, high school, and college. How many students graduated together from **both** Leila's middle school and high school?

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The chart below shows the amount spent by customers at a department store on a typical business day.

Amount Spent | Number of Customers |
---|---|

$0 | 158 |

$0.01-$6.00 | 94 |

$6.01-$10.00 | 203 |

$10.01-$20.00 | 126 |

$20.01-$50.00 | 47 |

$50.01-$100.00 | 38 |

$100.01 and over | 53 |

Based on the information in the chart, what is the probability that a customer entering the store on a typical day will spend **at most** $20?

Express your answer as a decimal and round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

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On the grid below, the distance between each dot is 1 inch.

What is the length of the hypotenuse of the right triangle?

Do not include "inches" in your answer.

If Ben takes 1 ball without looking, the probability that it will be white is 1/4.

The probability that it will be red is 1/5.

The probability that it will be blue is 1/2.

What is the

**least**number of balls that could be in the box?

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The regular price of a new video game is $65. It is on sale for 20% off. What is the new price?

Write a fraction equivalent to 0.2 x 0.6 in its simplest form.

**What is the value of -2(x - 2(x - y))**

if x = -3 and y = 7?

if x = -3 and y = 7?

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The following **stem** and **leaf** plot shows the number of glasses sold

each week at a store. According to this plot, what is the **median** number

of glasses sold each week?

Glasses Sold Each Week

Stem |
Leaf |

4 |
1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 8 |

5 |
2, 3, 6, 7 |

6 |
7, 7 |

7 |
2, 2, 3, 3, 3 |

**least**number of balloons that could be in the package?

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Let *x* be a positive, odd number that is **less than **10.

Which of these ordered pairs *(x, y)* would NOT make the equation *y* = *x* - 5 true.

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Molly formed three polygons--a triangle, a rectangle, and a pentagon--with string. She calculated the sum of the measures of the interior angles for each polygon and entered her data in the chart shown bellow.

What is the sum of the measure of the interior angles of a **hexagon**?

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Marty surveyed 24 students and asked them to name their favorite fruit. The circle graph below shows the results of his survey.

Which fruit was the favorite of exactly 6 of the students?

**not**draw a red marble?

The squares in the figure below are congruent.

The perimeter of the entire figure is 24 units.

What is the area of one small square?

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*l*and

*m*are parallel, and triangle

*ABC*

is isosceles. What is the measure of angle

*ACB*?

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*x*be a positive, even number that is

**less than**10. Which of these ordered pair

*(x, y)*would NOT make the equation

*y*=

*x*+ 3 true.

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Natalie bought a book that was on sale for 25% off. The regular price of the book was $18.

What was the sale price of the book?

Do not include units($) in your answer.

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Amount Spent | Number of Customers |
---|---|

$0 | 158 |

$0.01-$5.99 | 94 |

$6.00-$9.99 | 203 |

$10.00-$19.99 | 126 |

$20.00-$49.99 | 47 |

$50.00-$99.99 | 38 |

$100 and over | 53 |

Based on the information in the chart, what is the probability (rounded to the nearest hundredth) that a customer entering the store on a typical day will spend

**at least**$10? Express your answer as a decimal.

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**not**draw a blue marble?

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