Assessment V

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Joel's scores on eight English quizzes are 12, 15, 17, 20, 14, 18, 11, 21. What is the upper quartile value of the scores?

 18 19 20 21
Grade Seven - Statistics, Data Analysis & Probability

The cost of a ticket to Funland varies according to the season. Which of the following conclusions about the number of tickets purchased and the cost per ticket is best supported by the scatter plot below?

 The cost per ticket increases as the number of tickets purchased increases. The cost per ticket is unchanged as the number of tickets purchased increases. The cost per ticket decreases as the number of tickets purchassed increaases. There is no relationship between the cost per ticket and the number of tickets purchased.
Grade Seven - Statistics, Data Analysis & Probability

Divide a number by 5 and add 4 to the result. The answer is 9.

Which of the following equations matches these statements?

 4 = 9 + n/5 n/5 + 4 = 9 5/n = 4 (n + 4)/5 = 9
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions

What is the equation of the graph shown below?

 y = x - 1 y = x + 1 y = x + 3 y = x - 3
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions

Which of the following could be the graph of y = x3?

Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions

Simplify the expression shown below.

(5x2z2)(8xz3)

 40x2z6 40x3z5 40x3z6 40x5z5
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions

Solve for n.

2n + 3 < 17

 n < 2 n < 3 n < 5 n < 7
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions

The cost of a long distance call charged by each of two telephone companies is shown on the graph below?

Company A is less expensive than Company B for

 all calls. 3 minute calls only. calls less than 3 minutes. calls longer than 3 minutes.
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions

In a certrain room, the number of chairs, c, is equal to 3 times the number of tables, t.

Which equation matches the information?

 3 • c = t 3 • t = c 3 • c = 3 • t c • t = 3
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions

If h = 3 and k = 4, then (hk + 4)/2 - 2 =

 6 7 8 10
Grade Seven - Algebra & Functions

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