Test for 8th Grade Honors Mathematics Class. This test was fully operational on January 20, 2021. It will remain open until May 20, 2021.
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Clara goes miniature golfing. She pays $7.50 for an admission ticket and $6.25 for each round she golfs. The total amount Clara pays for admission and the number of rounds she golfs is $26.25. Which equation can be used to determine the number of rounds, x, that Clara golfs?
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6.25x + 7.50 = 26.25
6.25x - 7.50 = 26.25
7.50x + 6.25 = 26.25
7.50x - 6.25 = 26.25
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What is the exact decimal equivalent of 7/12?
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D
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Joseph's lunch at a restaurant costs $13.00, without tax. He leaves the waiter a tip of 17%of the cost of the lunch, without tax. What is the total cost of the lunch, including the tip, without tax?
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$2.21
$10.79
$13.17
$15.21
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The area of the bottom of the round pan is greater than the area of the bottom of the rectangular pan by about 8.5 square inches.
The area of the bottom of the round pan is greater than the area of the bottom of the rectangular pan by about 244.2 square inches.
The area of the bottom of the round pan is less than the area of the bottom of the rectangular pan by about 7.2 square inches.
The area of the bottom of the round pan is less than the area of the bottom of the rectangular pan by about 38.6 square inches.
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0.75 ounce
2 ounces
4.5 ounces
9 ounces
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1.15
2.26
2.99
3.41
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From 12:00 midnight to 6:00 a.m., the temperature decreased by 12°C. If the original temperature was 12°C, which expression can be used to represent this situation?
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12 - 12
12 + 12
12 - (-12)
-12 + (-12)
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The ratio of boys to girls in Mr. Johnson’s after-school club is the same as the ratio of boys to girls in Ms. Greene’s after-school club. There are 4 boys and 12 girls in Mr. Johnson’s club. There are 6 boys in Ms. Greene’s club. How many girls are in Ms. Greene’s club?
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2
12
14
18
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A
B
C
D
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$4.77
$6.48
$6.75
$6.93
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A
B
C
D
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Which table shows a proportional relationship between x and y?
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B
C
D
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-9a
31a
-5a - 4
19a + 12
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Danielle constructs a scale model of a building with a rectangular base. Her model is 2 inches in length and 1 inch in width. The scale on the model is 1 inch = 47 feet. What is the actual area, in square feet, of the base of the building?
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141
282
2,209
4,418
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3.6
0.6
-0.6
-3.6
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A
B
C
D
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A middle school principal wants to change the lunch menu at the school. The principal surveys the students to determine how the students would feel about the changes. Which survey method will produce the best representative sample?
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survey every fifth student who rides in a car to school
survey 3 randomly selected students from every homeroom
survey every tenth seventh-grade student during lunch
survey 5 randomly selected students from every art, drama, and music class
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Kerry has a bag containing white and yellow marbles. Kerry randomly selects one marble from the bag, records the result, and returns the marble to the bag. The results of the first 65 selections are shown below. A white marble was selected 41 times. A yellow marble was selected 24 times. Based on these results, what is the probability that the next marble Kerry selects, rounded to the nearest percent, will be white?
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41%
50%
59%
63%
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Which situation results in a final value of zero?
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the overall change in temperature when the temperature goes from -10 degrees Fahrenheit to 10 degrees Fahrenheit
the total profit made when a person buys an item for $2.25 and then sells the item for $2.25
the overall change in altitude of a hot air balloon after rising 21 kilometers from sea level
the total distance a person travels when he bikes 3.1 miles to school and then bikes 3.1 miles back home
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A
B
C
D
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A
B
C
D
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The students in a class collected data on the number of minutes per day some kids spend brushing their teeth. Their data is shown in the dot plot below.
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The median is 0.5 and the mean is less than the median.
The median is 0.5 and the mean is greater than the median.
The median is 1.5 and the mean is less than the median.
The median is 1.5 and the mean is greater than the median.
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B
C
D
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A coach of a baseball team orders hats for the players on his team. Each hat costs $9.95. The shipping charge for the entire order is $5.00. There is no tax on the order. The total cost of the coach’s order is less than $125.00. Which inequality can be used to determine the greatest number of hats, h, the coach orders?
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B
C
D
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A worker at a snack stand opened a new box of cups. On the first day, the worker used 30 cups from the box. On the second day, the worker used 15% of the remaining cups in the box. A total of 90 cups were used on the second day. What was the original number of cups in the box before any cups were used?
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400
570
630
800
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