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Rosella is rolling a numbered cube with the numbers 1 through 6 on it. She rolls the cube twice. What is the probability that the two rolls will have the sum of 10?

1/36
1/12
1/10
1/9
Grade Six - Statistics, Data Analysis & Probability 3.3





Twenty students took a math test. The upper quartile value of the test scores is the median of the

top four scores
top five scores
top ten scores
middle five scores
Grade Seven - Statistics, Data Analysis & Probability 1.3





At a recent school play, 504 of the 840 seats were filled. What percent of the seats were empty?

33.6%
40%
50.4%
60%
Grade Seven - Number Sense 1.3





Between 6:00 A.M. and noon, the temperature went from 45 to 90 degrees. By what percentage did the temperature increase between 6:00 A.M. and noon?

45%
50%
55%
100%
Grade Seven - Number Sense 1.6





Mr. Yee invested $2,000 in a savings account that pays an annual interest rate of 4% compounded twice a year. If Mr. Yee does not deposit or withdraw any money, how much will he have in the bank after one year?

$2,080.00
$2,080.80
$2,160.00
$2,163.20
Grade Seven - Number Sense 1.7





32 • 3-3 =

-3
1/36
1/3
3
Grade Seven - Number Sense 2.1





 Which of the following can be used to compute 3/4 + 5/6 ?

3 + 5/4 + 6
3•3/4•3 + 5•2/6•2
3/4•3 + 5/6•2
3/4•6 + 5/4•6
Grade Seven - Number Sense 2.2





Simplify the expression shown below.
    2x-3

8/x3
(2x)-1(2x)-1(2x)-1
2/x3
1/(2x)3
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions 2.1





Before each game, the Harbor High Mudcats sell programs for $1.00 per program. To print the programs, the printer charges $60 plus $0.20 per program. How many programs does the team have to sell to make a profit of $200?

250 programs
300 programs
325 programs
350 programs
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions 4.1





A person drove for 6 hours at an average speed of 45 miles per hour (mph) and for 9 hours at an average speed of 55 mph. Find the average speed for the entire trip?

50 mph
51 mph
52 mph
53 mph
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions 4.2



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