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1. When the bicyclists had traveled for 6 hours, how many miles FARTHER had A gone than B?



2. Fiona had written checks totaling $2157 but had only $1843 in her checking account. To cover the balance, she transferred money from her savings account, which held $3145.

If Fiona transferred exactly enough money to cover the checks she had written, how much money remained in her savings account after the transfer?

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A line has a slope of1/2and passes through the point (-4,1). Part of the line is shown below.





What is the location of the point where the line intersects the y-axis? Click on the grid to mark your answer. If you want to change your answer, click on another location in the grid.

4. Anna hired Byron to refloor a 15-foot by 20-foot rectangular room. Farley hired Byron to refloor a 12-foot by 25-foot rectangular room.

If both paid the cost for transporting the materials, how much MORE did Byron charge Farley than Anna?

5. Trapezoid ABCD is shown in the diagram below.





Which of the following words best describes the relationship between side AB and side DC?

6. The base and sides of the roof of an A-frame structure are all 30 feet long. A front view of the structure is shown in the diagram below.





What is the approximate height (h), in feet, of the structure?

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What is the location of the point where the line intersects the y-axis? Click on the grid to mark your answer. If you want to change your answer, click on another location in the grid.

8. A team set a goal of winning 70 percent of the 40 games it would play. Of the first 10 games the team played, it won only 4.

How many of the REMAINING games must the team win to reach its original goal?

9. Which of the following represents the PERIMETER of the rectangle?



10. The highway patrol uses the following formula to estimate the speed (s), in miles per hour, at which a car was traveling if the car skidded d feet before stopping after the brakes were applied:





The variable f relates to the friction of the road surface. The following table estimates ffor certain types of road surfaces and conditions.





If a car skids 80 feet on wet gravel, what is the approximate speed, in miles per hour, at which the car was traveling?


 

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