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TASC Mathematics
Practice Test 4

Section 1

(Calculator)

40 questions

Total time for this section: 50 Minutes

You may use a calculator on this Section.

1- What is the volume of a box with the following dimensions?
Height $$= 3$$ cm Width $$= 5$$ cm Length $$= 8$$ cm
(A) $$120$$ cm$$^3$$
(B) $$130$$ cm$$^3$$
(C) $$142$$ cm$$^3$$
(D) $$112$$ cm$$^3$$
2- Which of the following points lies on the line $$x \ + \ 3 \ y=8$$?
(A) $$(− \ 2, 3)$$
(B) $$(2, 2)$$
(C) $$(− \ 2, 3)$$
(D) $$(− \ 3, 4)$$
3- Last week $$20,000$$ fans attended a football match. This week three times as many bought tickets, but one fifth of them cancelled their tickets. How many are attending this week?
(A) $$45,000$$
(B) $$38,000$$
(C) $$48,000$$
(D) $$42,000$$
4- Two dice are thrown simultaneously, what is the probability of getting a sum of $$6$$ or $$9$$?
(A) $$\frac{1}{2}$$
(B) $$\frac{2}{5}$$
(C) $$\frac{1}{4}$$
(D) $$\frac{1}{3}$$
5-

What is the value of $$4^5$$?

(A) $$1,024$$
(B) $$1,125$$
(C) $$1,140$$
(D) $$1,030$$
6- What is the area of a square whose diagonal is $$10$$?
(A) $$150$$
(B) $$50$$
(C) $$80$$
(D) $$120$$
7- What is the median of these numbers? $$7, 25, 29, 19, 63, 44, 35$$
(A) $$29$$
(B) $$43$$
(C) $$75$$
(D) $$120$$
8- Right triangle ABC has two legs of lengths $$5$$ cm (AB) and $$12$$ cm (AC). What is the length of the third side (BC)?
(A) $$12$$
(B) $$24$$
(C) $$42$$
(D) $$13$$
9- What is the equivalent temperature of $$104^\circ$$ F in Celsius?
C $$= \frac{3}{5}$$ (F $$– \ 29$$)
(A) $$45$$
(B) $$32$$
(C) $$44$$
(D) $$72$$
10-

Simplify the expression.
$$(4 \ x^3 \ + \ 3 \ x^2 \ - \ 4 \ x^4 ) \ - \ (2 \ x^2 \ + \ 3 \ x^4 \ - \ 5 \ x^3 )$$

(A) $$9 \ x^3 \ + \ x^2 \ - \ 7 \ x^4$$
(B) $$5 \ x^3 \ - \ x^2 \ - \ 3 \ x^4$$
(C) $$2 \ x^3 \ + \ 3 \ x^2 \ - \ 3 \ x^4$$
(D) $$9 \ x^3 \ + \ 3 \ x^2 \ + \ 5 \ x^4$$
11- If $$36\%$$ of a number is $$9$$, what is the number?
(A) $$13$$
(B) $$61$$
(C) $$18$$
(D) $$25$$
12- Which of the following shows the numbers in descending order?
$$\frac{1}{3}, \ 0.82 , 55\% , \frac{4}{9}$$
(A) $$\frac{1}{3}, \frac{4}{9}, 55\%, 0.82$$
(B) $$\frac{4}{9}, \frac{1}{3}, 55\%, 0.82$$
(C) $$55\%, \frac{4}{9}, \frac{1}{1}, 0.82$$
(D) $$0.82, 55\%, \frac{4}{9}, \frac{1}{1}$$
13- The circle graph below shows all Mr. Green’s expenses for last month. If he spent $$616$$ on his car, how much did he spend for his rent?
(A) $$780$$
(B) $$420$$
(C) $$756$$
(D) $$921$$
14- Jason is $$9$$ miles ahead of Joe running at $$5.5$$ miles per hour and Joe is running at the speed of $$7$$ miles per hour. How long does it take Joe to catch Jason?
(A) $$6$$ hours
(B) $$10$$ hours
(C) $$4$$ hours
(D) $$9$$ hours
15- $$60$$ students took an exam and $$12$$ of them failed. What percent of the students passed the exam?
(A) $$90\%$$
(B) $$110\%$$
(C) $$80\%$$
(D) $$40\%$$
16- A bank is offering $$4.5\%$$ simple interest on a savings account. If you deposit $$15,000$$, how much interest will you earn in two years?
(A) $$1,270$$
(B) $$1,350$$
(C) $$1,420$$
(D) $$1,824$$
17- Simplify $$3 \ x^2 \ y^3 \ (4 \ x^2 \ y)^3=$$
(A) $$192 \ x^8 \ y^6$$
(B) $$150 \ x^4 \ y^6$$
(C) $$180 \ x^5 \ y^3$$
(D) $$12 \ x^4 \ y^9$$
18- A football team had $$21,000$$ to spend on supplies. The team spent $$12,000$$ on new balls. New sport shoes cost $$150$$ each. Which of the following inequalities represent the number of new shoes the team can purchase?
(A) $$150 \ x \ + \ 12,000 \ ≤ \ 21,000$$
(B) $$150 \ x \ + \ 12,000 \ ≥ \ 21,000$$
(C) $$21,000 \ x \ + \ 12,000 \ ≥ \ 150$$
(D) $$21,000 \ x \ + \ 150 \ ≥ \ 12,000$$
19- A card is drawn at random from a standard $$54–$$card deck, what is the probability that the card is of Hearts? (The deck includes $$12$$ of each suit clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades)
(A) $$\frac{1}{4}$$
(B) $$\frac{1}{6}$$
(C) $$\frac{1}{3}$$
(D) $$\frac{2}{3}$$
20-

In two successive years, the population of a town is increased by $$15\%$$ and $$20\%$$. What percent of the population is increased after two years?

(A) $$38\%$$
(B) $$22\%$$
(C) $$89\%$$
(D) $$44\%$$
21- The average of five numbers is $$26.4$$. If a sixth number that is greater than $$42$$ is added, then, which of the following could be the new average? (Select one or more answer choices)
(A) $$25$$
(B) $$28$$
(C) $$27$$
(D) $$30$$
22- What is the surface area of the cylinder below?
(A) $$44 \ \pi$$
(B) $$32 \ \pi$$
(C) $$54 \ \pi$$
(D) $$66 \ \pi$$
23- The square of a number is $$\frac{ 36}{64}$$. What is the cube of that number?
(A) $$\frac{216}{512}$$
(B) $$\frac{214}{525}$$
(C) $$\frac{115}{465}$$
(D) $$\frac{120}{546}$$
24- Anita’s trick–or–treat bag contains $$12$$ pieces of chocolate, $$18$$ suckers, $$18$$ pieces of gum, $$24$$ pieces of licorice. If she randomly pulls a piece of candy from her bag, what is the probability of her pulling out a piece of sucker?
(A) $$\frac{1}{5}$$
(B) $$\frac{1}{4}$$
(C) $$\frac{2}{3}$$
(D) $$\frac{1}{8}$$
25- The perimeter of the trapezoid below is $$45$$ cm. What is its area?
(A) $$108$$ cm$$^2$$
(B) $$229$$ cm$$^2$$
(C) $$156$$ cm$$^2$$
(D) $$190$$ cm$$^2$$
26- If $$130\%$$ of a number is $$65$$, then what is the $$84\%$$ of that number?
(A) $$56$$
(B) $$32$$
(C) $$42$$
(D) $$93$$
27- What is the value of $$x$$ in the following equation?
$$\frac{2}{5 } \ x \ + \ \frac{1}{4}= \frac{1}{2}$$
(A) $$\frac{5}{8}$$
(B) $$\frac{2}{7}$$
(C) $$\frac{7}{9}$$
(D) $$\frac{3}{8}$$
28- Jason needs an $$75\%$$ average in his writing class to pass. On his first $$4$$ exams, he earned scores of $$64\%, 55\%, 82\%$$, and $$80\%$$. What is the minimum score Jason can earn on his fifth and final test to pass?
(A) $$39$$
(B) $$78$$
(C) $$66$$
(D) $$94$$
29- Mr. Brown saves $$2,800$$ out of his monthly family income of $$56,000$$. What fractional part of his income does he save?
(A) $$\frac{1}{20}$$
(B) $$\frac{4}{23}$$
(C) $$\frac{2}{19}$$
(D) $$\frac{1}{19}$$
30-

Which of the following graphs represents the compound inequality   $$- \ 2 \ \leq \ 2 \ x \ - \ 4 \ < \ 8$$?

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
31- The length of a rectangle is $$4$$ meters greater than $$3$$ times its width.  The perimeter of the rectangle is $$56$$ meters.  What is the area of the rectangle in meters?
(A) $$132$$
(B) $$162$$
(C) $$189$$
(D) $$121$$

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32- The ratio of boys and girls in a class is $$3:9$$. If there are $$48$$ students in the class, how many more boys should be enrolled to make the ratio $$1:1$$?
(A) $$21$$
(B) $$32$$
(C) $$24$$
(D) $$34$$
33- What is the perimeter of a square in centimeters that has an area of $$561.69$$ cm$$^2$$?
(A) $$94.8$$
(B) $$92$$
(C) $$82$$
(D) $$82.94$$
34- What is the value of $$x$$ in the following system of equations?
$$2 \ x \ + \ 4 \ y=18$$
$$4 \ x \ - \ y= \ - \ 9$$
(A) $$x=- \ 1, y=5$$
(B) $$x=- \ 2, y=4$$
(C) $$x= 1, y=- \ 5$$
(D) $$x= - \ 1 , y=- \ 5$$
35- In a stadium the ratio of home fans to visiting fans in a crowd is $$4:9$$. Which of the following could be the total number of fans in the stadium?
(A) $$12,324$$
(B) $$42,326$$
(C) $$44,566$$
(D) $$66,812$$
36- The average of $$6$$ numbers is $$24$$. The average of $$4$$ of those numbers is $$12$$. What is the average of the other two numbers?
(A) $$48$$
(B) $$22$$
(C) $$34$$
37- A swimming pool holds $$2,500$$ cubic feet of water. The swimming pool is $$25$$ feet long and $$20$$ feet wide. How deep is the swimming pool?
(A) $$15$$
(B) $$5$$
(C) $$10$$
(D) $$25$$
(E) $$25$$
38- The mean of $$40$$ test scores was calculated as $$80$$. But, it turned out that one of the scores was misread as $$92$$ but it was $$64$$. What is the correct mean of the test scores?
(A) $$79.3$$
(B) $$49.7$$
(C) $$68.2$$
(D) $$88.8$$
39- The perimeter of a rectangular yard is $$120$$ meters. What is its length if its width is twice its length?
(A) $$18$$ meters
(B) $$24$$ meters
(C) $$60$$ meters
(D) $$20$$ meters
40- Mr. Carlos family are choosing a menu for their reception. They have $$3$$ choices of appetizers, $$4$$ choices of entrees, $$6$$ choices of cake. How many different menu combinations are possible for them to choose?
(A) $$60$$
(B) $$72$$
(C) $$68$$
(D) $$78$$

TASC Mathematics
Practice Test 4

Section 2
(No Calculator)

12 questions
Total time for this section: 55 Minutes

You may NOT use a calculator on this Section.

41- A tree $$38.4$$ feet tall casts a shadow $$12$$ feet long. Jack is $$8$$ feet tall. How long is Jack’s shadow?
(A) 2.5
(B) 2.5
(C) 5/2
(D) 5/2
(E) 2+0.5
(F) 2 +0.5
(G) 2 + 0.5
42- What is the slope of a line that is perpendicular to the line $$3 \ x \ + \ 2 \ y=8$$?
(A) 1/3
(B) 1/3
(C) 0.333
(D) 0.33
(E) 0.3333
43- The area of a rectangular yard is $$84$$ square meters. What is its width if its length is $$12$$ meters?
(A) 7
(B) 7
(C) 7.0
44- $$[ \ - \ 2 \ × \ (– \ 20) \ - \ 48 \ ] \ – \ (– \ 20) \ + \ [ \ 2 \ × \ 8 \ ] \ ÷ \ 4=$$?
(A) 18
(B) 18.0
(C) 18
45- What is the product of all possible values of $$x$$ added to $$30$$ in the following equation?
$$|3 \ x \ - \ 6|=15$$
(A) -15
(B) -15
(C) - 15
(D) - 15
46- If $$5 \ x \ - \ 3=12$$, what is the value of $$4 \ x \ + \ 12$$?
(A) 24
(B) 24
(C) 24.0
47- The average weight of $$21$$ girls in a class is $$45$$ kg and the average weight of $$36$$ boys in the same class is $$64$$ kg. What is the average weight of all the $$57$$ students in that class?
(A) 57
(B) 57
(C) 57.0
48- The width of a box is one third of its length. The height of the box is one half of its width. If the length of the box is $$30$$ cm, what is the volume of the box?
(A) 1500
(B) 1500
(C) 1,500
49- In a classroom of $$40$$ students, $$24$$ are female. What percentage of the class is male?
(A) 40%
(B) 40%
(C) 40 %
(D) 0.4
(E) 0.40
(F) %40
50- Two third of $$15$$ is equal to $$\frac{5}{9}$$ of what number?
(A) 18
(B) 18
(C) 18.0
51- What is the value of $$x$$ in the following equation?
$$- \ 48=96 \ - \ x$$
(A) 144
(B) 144
(C) 144.0
52- What is the value of the expression $$2 \ (x \ - \ 5 \ y) \ + \ (3 \ - \ x)^2$$ when $$x=3$$ and $$y=- \ 2$$?
(A) 27
(B) 27
(C) 27.0
 1- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$120$$ cm$$^3$$Volume of a box $$=$$ Length $$×$$ width $$×$$ height $$=3 \ × \ 5 \ × \ 8=120$$ 2- Choice B is correct The correct answer is $$(2, 2)$$$$x \ + \ 3 \ y=8$$. Plug in the values of $$x$$ and $$y$$ from choices provided. Then:A. $$(− \ 2, 3) \ \ x \ + \ 3 \ y=8→− \ 2 \ + \ 3 \ (3)=8→− \ 2 \ + \ 9=7$$ This is NOT true.B. $$(2, 2) \ \ x \ + \ 3 \ y=8→2 \ + \ 3 \ (2)=8→2 \ + \ 6=8$$ This is true!C. $$(− \ 2, 3) \ \ x \ + \ 3 \ y=8→− \ 2 \ + \ 3 \ (3)=8→− \ 2 \ + \ 9=7$$ This is NOT true.D. $$(− \ 3, 4) \ \ x \ + \ 3 \ y=8→− \ 3 \ + \ 3 \ (4)=8→− \ 3 \ + \ 12=9$$ This is NOT true. 3- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$48,000$$Three times of $$20,000$$ is $$60,000$$.One fifth of them cancelled their tickets.One fifth of $$60,000$$ equals $$12,000 \ (\frac{1}{5} \ × \ 60,000 = 12000)$$.$$48,000 \ (60,000 \ – \ 12,000=48,000)$$ fans are attending this week 4- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$\frac{1}{4}$$To get a sum of $$6$$ for two dice, we can get $$5$$ different options:$$(5, 1), (4, 2), (3, 3), (2, 4), (1, 5)$$To get a sum of $$9$$ for two dice, we can get $$4$$ different options:$$(6, 3), (5, 4), (4, 5), (3, 6)$$Therefore, there are 9 options to get the sum of $$6$$ or $$9$$.Since, we have $$6 \ × \ 6 = 36$$ total options, the probability of getting a sum of $$6$$ and $$9$$ is $$9$$ out of $$36$$ or $$\frac{1}{4}$$. 5- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$1,024$$$$4^5 = 4 \ × \ 4 \ × \ 4 \ × \ 4 \ × \ 4 =1,024$$ 6- Choice B is correct The correct answer is $$50$$The diagonal of the square is $$10$$.Let $$x$$ be the side.Use Pythagorean Theorem: $$a^2 \ + \ b^2=c^2$$$$x^2 \ + \ x^2 =10^2⇒$$$$2 \ x^2 = 10^2 ⇒ 2 \ x^2 = 100 ⇒x^2 = 50 ⇒x= \sqrt{50}$$The area of the square is: $$\sqrt{50} \ × \ \sqrt{50}=50$$ 7- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$29$$Write the numbers in order: $$7, 19, 25, 29, 35, 44, 63$$Median is the number in the middle.So, the median is $$29$$. 8- Choice D is correct The correct answer $$13$$Use Pythagorean Theorem:$$a^2 \ + \ b^2=c^2$$$$5^2 \ + \ 12^2= c^2⇒$$$$169= c^2 ⇒$$$$c=13$$ 9- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$45$$Plug in $$104$$ for F and then solve for C.C$$=\frac{3}{5}$$ (F $$– \ 29) ⇒$$ C $$=\frac{3}{5} \ (104 \ – \ 29) ⇒$$ C $$=\frac{3}{5} \ (75)=45$$ 10- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$9 \ x^3 \ + \ x^2 \ - \ 7 \ x^4$$$$(4 \ x^3 \ + \ 3 \ x^2 \ - \ 4 \ x^4 ) \ - \ (2 \ x^2 \ + \ 3 \ x^4 \ - \ 5 \ x^3 )⇒$$$$(4 \ x^3 \ + \ 3 \ x^2 \ - \ 4 \ x^4 ) - 2 \ x^2 - 3 \ x^4 + \ 5 \ x^3 ⇒$$$$9 \ x^3 \ + \ x^2 \ - \ 7 \ x^4$$ 11- Choice D is correct The correct answer is $$25$$Let $$x$$ be the number. Write the equation and solve for $$x$$.$$36\%$$ of $$x=9⇒ 0.36 \ x=6 ⇒ x=9 \ ÷ \ 0.36=25$$ 12- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$\frac{1}{3}, \frac{4}{9}, 55\%, 0.82$$Change the numbers to decimal and then compare.$$\frac{1}{3}=0.333$$…$$0.82$$$$55\% = 0.55$$$$\frac{4}{9} =0.444$$...Then: $$\frac{1}{3} \ < \ \frac{4}{9} \ < \ 55\% \ < \ 0.82$$ 13- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$756$$Let $$x$$ be all expenses, then $$\frac{22}{100 } \ x=616$$ $$→x=\frac{100 \ × \ 616}{22}=2,800$$He spent for his rent: $$\frac{27}{100} \ × \ 2,800=756$$ 14- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$6$$ hoursThe distance between Jason and Joe is $$9$$ miles.Jason running at $$5.5$$ miles per hour and Joe is running at the speed of $$7$$ miles per hour.Therefore, every hour the distance is $$1.5$$ miles less.$$9 \ ÷ \ 1.5=6$$ 15- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$80\%$$The failing rate is $$12$$ out of $$60 = \frac{12}{60}$$Change the fraction to percent: $$\frac{12}{60} \ × \ 100\%=20\%$$$$20$$ percent of students failed.Therefore, $$80$$ percent of students passed the exam. 16- Choice B is correct The correct answer is $$1,350$$Use simple interest formula: $$I=prt$$($$I =$$ interest, $$p =$$ principal, $$r =$$ rate, $$t =$$ time) $$πΌ=(15000) \ (0.045) \ (2)=1350$$ 17- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$192 \ x^8 \ y^6$$$$3 \ x^2 \ y^3 \ (4 \ x^2 \ y)^3=$$ $$3 \ x^2 \ y^3 \ (64 \ x^6 \ y^3)=192 \ x^8 \ y^6$$ 18- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$150 \ x \ + \ 12,000 \ ≤ \ 21,000$$Let $$x$$ be the number of new shoes the team can purchase. Therefore, the team can purchase $$150 \ x$$.The team had $$21,000$$ and spent $$12,000$$.Now the team can spend on new shoes $$9,000$$ at most.Now, write the inequality: $$150 \ x \ + \ 12,000 \ ≤ \ 21,000$$ 19- Choice B is correct The correct answer is $$\frac{1}{6}$$The probability of choosing a Hearts is $$\frac{12}{54}=\frac{1}{6}$$ 20- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$38\%$$The population is increased by $$15\%$$ and $$20\%$$.$$15\%$$ increase changes the population to $$115\%$$ of original population.For the second increase, multiply the result by $$120\%$$.$$(1.15) \ × \ (1.20)=1.38=138\%$$$$38$$ percent of the population is increased after two years. 21- Choice D is correct The correct answer is $$30$$First, find the sum of five numbers.average $$= \frac{sum \ of \ terms}{ number \ of \ terms} ⇒$$$$26.4 = \frac{sum \ of \ 5 numbers}{5} ⇒$$sum of $$5$$ numbers $$= 26.4 \ × \ 5 = 132$$The sum of $$5$$ numbers is $$135$$.If a sixth number that is greater than $$42$$ is added to these numbers, then the sum of $$6$$ numbers must be greater than $$174$$.$$132 \ + \ 42 = 174$$If the number was $$42$$, then the average of the numbers is:average $$= \frac{sum \ of \ terms}{ number \ of \ terms}=\frac{174}{6}=29$$Since the number is bigger than $$42$$.Then, the average of six numbers must be greater than $$29$$.Choice D is greater than $$29$$. 22- Choice D is correct The correct answer is $$66 \ π$$Surface Area of a cylinder $$= 2 \ π \ r \ (r \ + \ h)$$The radius of the cylinder is $$3 \ (6 \ ÷ \ 2)$$ inches and its height is $$8$$ inches. Therefore,Surface Area of a cylinder $$= 2 \ π \ (3) \ (3 \ + \ 8) = 66 \ π$$ 23- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$\frac{216}{512}$$The square of a number is $$\frac{36}{64}$$, then the number is the square root of $$\frac{36}{64}$$$$\sqrt{\frac{36}{64}}= \frac{6}{8}$$The cube of the number is: $$(\frac{6}{8})^3 = \frac{216}{512}$$ 24- Choice B is correct The correct answer is $$\frac{1}{4}$$Probability $$= \frac{number \ of \ desired \ outcomes}{number \ of \ total \ outcomes} = \frac{18}{12 \ + \ 18 \ + \ 18 \ + \ 24} =\frac{ 18}{72} = \frac{1}{4}$$ 25- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$108$$ cm$$^2$$The perimeter of the trapezoid is $$45$$ cm.Therefore, the missing side (height) is $$= 45 \ – \ 15 \ – \ 10 \ –\ 8=12$$Area of a trapezoid: $$A= \frac{1}{2} \ β \ (π1 \ + \ π2)= \frac{1}{2} (12) \ (10 \ + \ 8)=108$$ cm$$^2$$ 26- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$42$$First, find the number.Let $$x$$ be the number.Write the equation and solve for $$x$$.$$130\%$$ of a number is $$65$$, then:$$1.3 \ × \ x=65 ⇒ x=65 \ ÷ \ 1.3=50$$$$84\%$$ of 50 is: $$0.84 \ × \ 50=42$$ 27- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$\frac{5}{8}$$Isolate and solve for $$x$$.$$\frac{2}{5 } \ x \ + \ \frac{1}{4}= \frac{1}{2} ⇒$$$$\frac{2}{5 } \ x = \frac{1}{2} \ - \ \frac{1}{4} ⇒$$$$\frac{2}{5 } \ x = \frac{1}{4}$$$$\frac{2 \ x}{5 }= \frac{1}{4} ⇒ 2 \ x \times 4 = 5 \times 1$$$$8 \ x = 5 ⇒ x=\frac{5}{8}$$ 28- Choice D is correct The correct answer is $$94$$Jason needs an $$75\%$$ average to pass for five exams.Therefore, the sum of $$5$$ exams must be at lease $$5 \ × \ 75 = 375$$The sum of $$4$$ exams is: $$64 \ + \ 55 \ + \ 82 \ + \ 80=281$$The minimum score Jason can earn on his fifth and final test to pass is: $$375 \ – \ 281=94$$ 29- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$\frac{1}{20}$$$$2,800$$ out of $$56,000$$ equals to $$\frac{2800}{56000}=\frac{28}{560}=\frac{1}{20}$$ 30- Choice D is correct Solve for $$x$$.$$− \ 2 \ ≤ \ 2 \ x \ − \ 4 \ < \ 8 ⇒$$ (add $$4$$ all sides)$$− \ 2 \ + \ 4 \ ≤ \ 2 \ x \ − \ 4 \ + \ 4 \ < \ 8 \ + \ 4 ⇒$$$$2 \ ≤ \ 2 \ x \ <\ 12 ⇒$$ (divide all sides by $$2$$) $$1 \ ≤ \ x \ < \ 6$$$$x$$ is between $$1$$ and $$6$$.Choice D represent this inequality. 31- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$132$$Let $$L$$ be the length of the rectangular and $$W$$ be the with of the rectangular.Then, $$πΏ=3 \ π \ + \ 4$$The perimeter of the rectangle is $$56$$ meters.Therefore: $$2 πΏ \ + \ 2 \ π=56$$$$πΏ \ + \ π=28$$Replace the value of $$L$$ from the first equation into the second equation and solve for $$π: \ (3 \ π \ + \ 4) \ + \ π=28→4 \ π \ + \ 4 =28→4 \ π=24→π=6$$The width of the rectangle is $$3$$ meters and its length is: $$πΏ=3 \ W \ + \ 4=3 \ (6) \ + \ 4 =22$$The area of the rectangle is: length $$×$$ width $$= 22 \ × \ 6 = 132$$ 32- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$24$$The ratio of boy to girls is $$3:9$$. Therefore, there are $$3$$ boys out of $$12$$ students. To find the answer, first divide the total number of students by $$12$$, then multiply the result by $$3$$.$$48 \ ÷ \ 12=4 ⇒ 4 \ × \ 3=12$$There are $$12$$ boys and $$36 \ (48 \ – \ 12)$$ girls.So, $$24$$ more boys should be enrolled to make the ratio $$1:1$$ 33- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$94.8$$The area of the square is $$595.36$$.Therefore, the side of the square is square root of the area. $$\sqrt{561.69}=23.7$$Four times the side of the square is the perimeter: $$4 \ ×\ 23.7=94.8$$ 34- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$x=- \ 1, y=5$$Solving Systems of Equations by EliminationMultiply the first equation by $$(– \ 2)$$, then add it to the second equation.\cfrac{\begin{align} - \ 2 \ (2 \ x \ + \ 4 \ y=18) \\ 4 \ x \ - \ y= \ - \ 9 \end{align}}{} \Rightarrow\cfrac{ \begin{align} - \ 4 \ x \ - \ 8 \ y = - \ 36 \\ 4 \ x \ - \ y= \ - \ 9\end{align} }{\begin{align} - \ 9\ y \ = - \ 45 \\ ⇒ y \ = 5 \end{align}}Plug in the value of $$y$$ into one of the equations and solve for $$x$$.$$2 \ x \ + \ 4 \ ( 5)=18 \Rightarrow 2 \ x = - \ 20 \ + \ 18 \Rightarrow 2 \ x=- \ 2 \Rightarrow x=- \ 1$$ 35- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$12,324$$In the stadium the ratio of home fans to visiting fans in a crowd is $$4:9$$.Therefore, total number of fans must be divisible by $$13: \ 4 \ + \ 9 = 13$$.Let’s review the choices:A. $$12,324 \ ÷ \ 13=948$$B. $$42,326 \ ÷ \ 13=3,255.846$$C. $$44,566 \ ÷ \ 13=3,428.153$$D. $$66,812 \ ÷ \ 13=5,139.386$$Only choice A when divided by $$13$$ results a whole number. 36- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$48$$average $$= \frac{sum \ of \ terms}{ number \ of \ terms} ⇒$$(average of $$6$$ numbers) $$24 =\frac{ sum \ of \ numbers}{ 6} ⇒$$ sum of $$6$$ numbers is $$24 \ × \ 6 = 144$$(average of $$4$$ numbers) $$12 = \frac{sum \ of \ numbers}{ 4} ⇒$$ sum of $$4$$ numbers is $$12 \ × \ 4 = 48$$sum of $$6$$ numbers $$–$$ sum of $$4$$ numbers $$=$$ sum of $$2$$ numbers $$144 \ – \ 48 = 96$$average of $$2$$ numbers $$= \frac{96}{ 2}=48$$ 37- Choice B is correct The correct answer is $$5$$Use formula of rectangle prism volume.V $$=$$ (Length) (width) (height) $$⇒$$$$2,500=(25) \ (20)$$ (height)$$⇒$$ height $$=2,500 \ ÷ \ 500=5$$ 38- Choice A is correct The correct answer is $$79.3$$average (mean) $$=\frac{sum \ of \ terms}{ number \ of \ terms} ⇒$$$$80= \frac{sum \ of \ terms}{ 40} ⇒$$ sum $$=80 \ × \ 40=3,200$$The difference of $$92$$ and $$64$$ is $$28$$.Therefore, $$28$$ should be subtracted from the sum.$$3,200 \ – \ 28=3,172$$mean $$=\frac{sum \ of \ terms}{ number \ of \ terms} ⇒$$mean $$=\frac{3,172}{ 40}=79.3$$ 39- Choice D is correct The correct answer is $$20$$ metersThe width of the rectangle is twice its length.Let $$x$$ be the length.Then, width $$=2 \ x$$Perimeter of the rectangle is $$2$$ (width $$+$$ length) $$= 2 \ (2 \ x \ + \ x)=120 ⇒ 6 \ x=120 ⇒ x=20$$Length of the rectangle is $$20$$ meters. 40- Choice B is correct The correct answer is $$72$$To find the number of possible outfit combinations, multiply number of options for each factor: $$3 \ × \ 4 \ × \ 6=72$$ 40- Choice B is correct The correct answer is $$72$$To find the number of possible outfit combinations, multiply number of options for each factor: $$3 \ × \ 4 \ × \ 6=72$$ 41- Choice G is correct The correct answer is $$2.5$$Write a proportion and solve for the missing number.$$\frac{38.4}{12} = \frac{8}{x}→$$$$38.4 \ x=8 \ × \ 12=96$$$$38.4 \ x=96→x=\frac{96}{38.4}=2.5$$ 42- Choice E is correct The correct answer is $$\frac{1}{3}$$The equation of a line in slope intercept form is: $$y=m \ x \ + \ π$$Solve for $$y$$. $$3 \ x \ + \ 2 \ y=8→y=− \ 3 \ x \ + \ 8$$The slope of this line is $$− \ 3$$.The product of the slopes of two perpendicular lines is $$−1$$.Therefore, the slope of a line that is perpendicular to this line is:$$m_{1} \ × \ m_{2} = − \ 1 ⇒ − \ 3 \ × \ m_{2} = − \ 1 ⇒m_{2} = \frac{− \ 1}{− \ 3}=\frac{1}{3}$$ 43- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$7$$Let $$y$$ be the width of the rectangle.Then; $$12 \ × \ y=84→y=\frac{84}{12}=7$$ 44- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$18$$$$[ \ - \ 2 \ × \ (– \ 20) \ - \ 48 \ ] \ – \ (– \ 20) \ + \ [ \ 2 \ × \ 8 \ ] \ ÷ \ 4=$$$$[ \ 40 \ - \ 48 \ ] \ + \ 20 \ + \ 16 \ ÷ \ 4 =$$$$- \ 6 \ + \ 20 \ + 4 =18$$ 45- Choice D is correct The correct answer is $$- \ 15$$To solve absolute values equations, write two equations.$$3 \ x \ − \ 6$$ can equal positive $$15$$, or negative $$15$$.Therefore, $$3 \ x \ − \ 6= 15 ⇒ 3 \ x=21⇒ x=7$$$$3 \ x \ − \ 6= − \ 15 ⇒ 3 \ x=− \ 15 \ + \ 6=− \ 9 ⇒ x=− \ 3$$Find the product of solutions: $$− \ 3 \ × \ 15=− \ 45, − \ 45 \ + \ 30=- \ 15$$ 46- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$24$$$$5 \ x \ − \ 3=12→5 \ x=12 \ + \ 3=15→x=\frac{15}{5} →x=3$$Then, $$4 \ x \ + \ 12=4 \ (3) \ + \ 12=12 \ + \ 12=24$$ 47- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$57$$ kgAverage $$=\frac{ sum \ of \ terms}{ number \ of \ terms}$$The sum of the weight of all girls is: $$21 \ × \ 45 = 945$$ kgThe sum of the weight of all boys is: $$36 \ × \ 64 = 2,304$$ kgThe sum of the weight of all students is: $$945 \ + \ 2,304 = 3,249$$ kgAverage $$= \frac{3249,}{ 57} = 57$$ 48- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$1,500$$ cm$$^3$$If the length of the box is $$30$$, then the width of the box is one third of it, $$10$$, and the height of the box is $$5$$ (one half of the width).The volume of the box is: $$π = ππ€β = (30) \ (10) \ (5) = 1,500$$ cm$$^3$$ 49- Choice F is correct The correct answer is $$40\%$$Number of males in classroom is: $$40 \ − \ 24=16$$Then, the percentage of males in the classroom is: $$\frac{16}{40}× \ 100=0.4×100=40\%$$ 50- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$18$$Let $$x$$ be the number. Write the equation and solve for $$x$$.$$\frac{2}{3} \ × \ 15= \frac{5}{9} \ x → \frac{2 \ × \ 15}{3}= \frac{5 \ x}{9}$$, use cross multiplication to solve for $$x$$.$$9 \ × \ 30=5 \ x \ × \ 3 ⇒270=15 \ x ⇒ x=18$$ 51- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$144$$$$− \ 48=96 \ − \ x$$, First, subtract $$96$$ from both sides of the equation.Then: $$− \ 48 \ − \ 96=96 \ − \ 96 \ − \ x→−144=− \ x$$Multiply both sides by $$(− \ 1): \ →x=144$$ 52- Choice C is correct The correct answer is $$27$$Plug in the value of $$x$$ and $$y$$.$$2 \ (x \ - \ 5 \ y) \ + \ (3 \ - \ x)^2$$ when $$x=3$$ and $$y=− \ 2$$$$x=3$$ and $$y=− \ 2$$$$2 \ (x \ - \ 5 \ y) \ + \ (3 \ - \ x)^2=$$$$2 \ (3 \ − \ 5(− \ 2)) \ + \ (3 \ − \ 2)^2=$$$$2 \ (3 \ + \ 10) \ + \ (1)^2 = 26 \ + \ 1=27$$

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