17. Use the information below to answer the question that

follows.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

7°C 12°C 4°C –13°C –15°C

As part of a unit on weather, students recorded the outdoor

temperature at 8:30 A.M. for five mornings. What was the

difference between the week's highest and lowest morning

temperatures?

A. –3°C

B. –1°C

C. 8°C

D. 22°C

E. 27°C

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18. A teacher has three packages of stickers. One package

contains 56 stickers, another package contains 48 stickers,

and the third package contains 58 stickers. If the teacher

divides all the stickers equally among 27 students, how many

stickers will each student receive?

A. 6 stickers

B. 9 stickers

C. 54 stickers

D. 81 stickers

E. 162 stickers

19. What is the tens digit in the dividend of the problem below?

25 1 8

5 Remainder = 23

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

E. 7

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20. Last week Mario walked 734

miles. This week he walked

1556

miles. What is the difference between the distance he

walked this week and the distance he walked last week?

A. 8 miles

B. 8 1

12 miles

C. 813

miles

D. 9 miles

E. 9 1

12 miles

21. A sporting goods store is offering a 10% discount on in-line

skates that normally cost $110.99. How much will the in-line

skates cost with the discount, not including tax?

A. $ 99.89

B. $ 99.99

C. $100.99

D. $109.88

E. $122.09

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22. At the beginning of a class period, half of the students in

a class go to the library. Later in the period, half of the

remaining students go to the computer lab. If there are

8 students remaining in the class, how many students

were originally in the class?

A. 12 students

B. 16 students

C. 24 students

D. 32 students

E. 40 students

23. Peter works 38 hours per week and earns $7.25 per hour.

His employer gives him a raise that increases his weekly

gross pay to $307.80. What is the increase in Peter's weekly

gross pay?

A. $ 32.30

B. $ 34.70

C. $ 42.46

D. $275.50

E. $300.55

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24. Use the diagram below to answer the question that

follows.

10 in.

15 in.

5 in.

Aguilar Manufacturing Company packages a product for

shipping by wrapping tape around the package as shown in

the diagram. An additional 10% length of tape per package

is needed for overlap. What is the total length of tape needed

per package?

A. 40 inches

B. 55 inches

C. 66 inches

D. 77 inches

E. 110 inches

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25. Arturo is driving at a speed of 50 miles per hour. At 2:00 he

sees the following sign.

Applebee 11 miles

Beauville 41 miles

Caanan 62 miles

Denton 98 miles

Arturo continues at the same speed. At 2:30 how far from

Caanan will he be?

A. 12 miles

B. 16 miles

C. 25 miles

D. 26 miles

E. 37 miles

26. Keiko spent the day bird watching and counted 34 more birds

in the morning than in the afternoon. If she counted a total of

76 birds, how many birds did she count in the afternoon?

A. 21 birds

B. 40 birds

C. 42 birds

D. 84 birds

E. 110 birds

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27. Solve for y.

y – 2 + 3y = 10

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

E. 6

28. Read the information below; then answer the question

that follows.

A refrigerator in a school cafeteria is partially filled

with 42 sandwiches. There are 13 turkey sandwiches,

14 cheese sandwiches, and 15 egg salad sandwiches.

By the end of the lunch period, 21 of the sandwiches

have been sold.

Which of the following facts can be determined from the

information given above?

A. the number of cheese sandwiches sold

B. the cost of a turkey sandwich

C. the total number of sandwiches that can be placed in the

refrigerator

D. the total dollar sales of sandwiches during the lunch

period

E. the number of sandwiches remaining in the refrigerator

after the lunch period

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29. Read the problem below; then answer the question that

follows.

Wei-Jen and Sue are going to drive cross country. To

reach their destination, they plan to drive about 400 miles

each day for 5 days. If gasoline costs an average of $2.00

per gallon, approximately how much money should they

budget for gasoline on this trip?

Which single piece of information is necessary to solve the

problem above?

A. the number of times they will have to stop for gasoline

B. the number of miles the car travels per gallon of gasoline

C. the number of miles Wei-Jen will drive

D. the total distance of their trip

E. the number of miles the car travels per hour

30. Read the problem below; then answer the question that

follows.

Maria left her home at 9:00 A.M., ran 3 miles to the lake,

ran around the lake twice, and then ran home along the

same route for a total distance of 10 miles. What was

Maria's average jogging speed?

Which single piece of additional information is required to

solve this problem?

A. the distance around the lake

B. the time she returned home

C. the amount of time she stopped to rest

D. the average length of her jogging stride

E. the amount of time it took her to run from the lake to

her home

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