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20 Questions
Directions: For this section,solveeachproblemanddecidewhich is thebestof
the choicesgiven. Fill in the coresponding oval on the answersheet.You may
useany availablespacefor scratchwork.
1. Calculatoruseis permitted.
2. A1l numbersusedare real numbers.
3. Figures areprovided for someproblems.All figures are drawn to scaleand lie in a plane UNLESS otherwise
indicated.
4. Unlessotherwisespecified,the domain of any function/is
which/(x) is a real number.
assumedto be the set of all real numbers.xfor
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The sumof themeasuresin degreesof the anglesof a triangleis 180.
The numberof degreesof arcin a circleis 360.
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straightanglehasa degreemeasureof 180.
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tt Z, + 2x+ 14 = 2x+ 2x+ 2x+ 6,thenwhatisthevalue
of x ?
(A)
3
(B)
4
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(D)
7
(E)
8
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(B)
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(C)
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(E)
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Wni.n of thefollowing numbersis lessthan0.8746?
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(B)
1.047
(c)
0.883
(D)
0.867s
(E)
0.87s
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(A)
26
(B)
28
(c) 30
(D)
31
(E)
34
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In a certaingame,Allen scoredfewerpointsthanEdward,
andStevenscoredfewer pointsthanAllen. If Allen scored
x points,Edwardscoredy points,andStevenscorede
points,thenwhich of thefollowing mustbetrue?
(A)
x<y<z
A bookletcontainsI 16pageswhichweresupposedto be
numberedbeginningwith page1.Becauseof a printing
enor, only pages1through87inclusivewerenumbered.If
someonewantsto numbertheremainingpagesof a single
bookletby hand,how manydigits will thatpersonhaveto
write?
(B)
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(C)
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(A)
46
(D)
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(B)
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(E)
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(c) 64
(D)7s
(E) 87

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ffre costof a widgetarstoreA is n dollars.Whenthe srore

Whenthe storeclosedon Tuesday,it hadsoldall of the widgetsexceptfor y widgets.What wasthetotal costof thewidgetsthestoresold,in dollars?

 (A) ny (B) 2ny (C) 3ny (D) 2ny+ n (E) 4ny

In rectangleWXYZinrhefigureabove,rhelengrhof I,I/Zis

6 andtherectanglehasanareaof96. point Zis the midpointof WX.What is theperimeterof tiangle TyZ ?

 (A) 28 (B) 30 (c) 36 (D) 48 (E) s4

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lonts a , B, C,D, E,F, G,andFllie onastraighrlinein

thatorder.The distancebetweenanytwo adjacentpoints is a constant.If thedistancebetweenpoints A andIl is 56, whatis thedistancebetweenpointsB andE ?

(A)

(B)

16

18

(c) 2r

(D) 24

(E) 28

@ fit" average(arithmetic mean)of 16numbersis 3. The averageof theseI 6 numbersanda seventeenthnumberis 4. Whatis the seventeenthnumber?

(A)

(B)

5

12

(c) 17

(D)

(E)

18

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Ouestions13-14referto thefollowing coordinatesystem.
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In the correctlysolvedsubtraction problemabove,F andE
aredigits.If F andE aredistinctdigits,how many
differentdigitscanF rePresent?
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(A)
Three
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(B)
Four
A
(C)
Five
(D)
Six
(E)
Seven
p Wtratis the slopeof theline connectingthepoint (-1' 2) to
pointA ?
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(A) -t
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(B) -;
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Wtren368is dividedby 7, theremainderis x. Whatis the
remainderwhen368is dividedbY3x ?
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(E)
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(A)
0
(B)
3
(c)
5
(D)
7
(E)
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(4, -2). Which of thefollowing pointsdoesline ln
contain?
(A)
(s, -6)
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(B)
(6,
(c)
(7, -6)
(8, -10)
(D)
(E)
(10, -7)
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fne number75x 6sis whatfractionof thenumber
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PointsC andD arc on a numberline. Thecoordinateof
point C is -16 andthecoordinateof point D is 14. point E
is a point on line segmentCD.If thedistancefrom point E
1
(A)
I
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to point C is ;
of the distancefrom point E to point D, what
+
I
is thecoordinateof pointE ?
(B)
68
(A) -10
(B)
-6
(c) F
(c)
-3
(D)
s
7
(D) 6
(E)
8
(E)
62
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In aroomof 33students,l2takegeography,14take
history,and5 takebothgeographyandhistory.Howmany
of thesestudentstakeneithergeographynorhistory?
ffr" ratioof thepositiveintegerx to thepositiveintegery
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is 7 to 5. Which of thefollowing statementsmustbetrue?
(A)
.r + y cannotbe a multiple of 18.
(A)
7
(B)
x + y is a multiple of 6.
(B)
l0
(C)
ry is a multiple of 70.
(c)
12
(D)
x - y canbe anoddinteger.
(D)
14
(E)
I is alwaysodd andy is alwaysodd.
(E)
17
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forall valuesofxless thanorequalto 1
and/(x) = 0 for all valuesofx greater than 1,which of
the following couldnot be a valueotf(x) ?
(A)
-100
(B)
-\/37
(c)-1 2
(D)
0
E The figure aboveconsistsof a squareandtwo
semicircles.What is theprobabilitythat a point
randomlyselectedfrom theinterior of the figure will fall
within thesquare?
(E)
1
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Directions: This sectioncontainstwo typesof questions.You have25 minutesto complete
both
types.For questions1-8, solve eachquestion and determinewhich of the choicesgiven
is best' Fill in the correspondingoval on the answersheet.You may useany availablespace
for scratchwork.
1. Calculator useis permitted.
2. All numbersusedarereal numbers.
3. Figures areprovided for someproblems.All figures are drawn to scaleand lie in a plane I-INLESSotherwise
indicated.
4. Unlessotherwisespecified,the domain of any function/is
assumedto be the setof all real numbersx for
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Thesumofthemeasuresin degreesoftheanglesofa triangleis 1g0.
Thenumberof degreesof arcin acircleis 360.
ttZa - 4b = 14 and,2b =8, whatis thevalueof a ?
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Thepositiveintegerz is a multipleof 6, 8, and14.What
is thesmallestpossible valueof n ?
(A)
J
(B)
5
(A)
84
(c)
8
(B)
126
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48milesperhour.Howmanysecondsdidthecartaketo
travelthese16miles?
(A) 1,200
(B)
720
(c)
360
(D)
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(E)
20
E Which of theequationsbelow describesa line
perpendicularto theline shownabove?
(A)
y=-6x+6
(B)
y= -!r+6
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(c)y= -i-e
(D)
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(E)
y=6x+6
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What is the valueof Din thefigure above?
@ Sevenpointsarelabeledon thecircle above.Whatis the
leastnumberof thesesevenpointsthatmustbe movedso
thatall 7 pointsareon the samestraightline?
(A) 1s
(B) 4s
(c) 50
(A) 3
(D)6s
(B)
4
(E) e0
(c)s
(D)
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(E)
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Ouestions7-8 referto thefollowing information.
E If a is in room 3, thenwhich of thefollowing mustbe
true?
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I. b will
be in room 6.
II. d will
Itr. e will
not bein room 4.
bein room 2.
Six people,a, b, c, d, e, andf, areto occupysix hotel
roomson the samefloor. The roomsareall in a row, as
shownabove.Thefollowing conditionsmustbe met:
(A)
II only
(B)
Iandtronly
c
will be in room 5.
(C)
Iandltronly
(D)
tr andItr only
a
andb will be separatedby exactly2 rooms.
(E)
I, tr, andItr
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a will
be in room 2.
(B)
d will bein room6.
(C) /will
bein room5.
(D)
d will bein room4.
(E)
e will be in room 3.
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JANE'SSPENDINGAT STOREXLAST YEAR
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ft fane spenta totalof \$ I ,200 at storeX
lastyear,what
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