1. In the inequality 3x + $10 ≤ $100, x represents the cost of a shirt. Which phrase most accurately describes the cost of a shirt?
A. At least $30
B. At most $30
C. Less than $30
D. More than $30
2. Solve for x. 4x – 2 = 10

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3. Solve for n.
2n + 3 < 21
A. n < 12 B. n < 9
C. n < 13.5 D. n < 7.5
4. The manufacturer sells cases of crackers that weigh 18.75 pounds, which is 300 ounces. If each box of crackers is 15 ounces, how many boxes of crackers are in a case?
A. 1.25 B. 5
C. 20 D. 15
5. Dakota bought a $21 backpack and several other school supplies that cost $1.50 each. If his total was $28.50, how many school supplies did he buy?
A. 4 B. 5
C. 14 D. 19
6. A piece of pipe 64 inches in length cut into two pieces as shown in the diagram below.
What is the value of x?
A. 11 in. B. 31 in.
C. 33 in. D. 3 in.
7. Jessica is reading a 532 page book. During the past 7 days she has read 203. If she continues reading at the same rate, how many more days will it take her to complete the book?
A. 18 days B. 19 days
C. 11 days D. 12 days
8. Roberts toy car travels at 45 centimeters per second (cm/sec) at high speed and 20 cm/sec at low speed. If the car travels for 12 seconds at high speed and then 25 seconds at low speed, what distance would the car have traveled?
A. 1040 cm B. 1202.5 cm
C. 1365 cm D. 2035 cm
9. Jasmine rode her scooters 4 miles in 24 minutes. At this rate, how many miles can she ride her scooter in 54 minutes?
A. 6 miles B. 8 miles
C. 9 miles D. 13.5 miles
10. Lisa typed a 900 word essay at an average rate of 15 words per minute. If she started typing at
6:20 pm and did not take any breaks, at what time did Lisa finish typing the essay?
A. 7:20 pm B. 6:50 pm
C. 6:35 pm D. 7:00 pm
11. One centimeter is
A. 1/1000 of a meter B. 1/100 of a meter

100 meters D. 1000 meters
12. Javier’s little sister is one meters tall. About how tall is his sister in feet (ft) and inches (in)?
(1 meter = 39 inches)
A. 3 ft ¼ in B. 3 ft ⅓ in
C. 3 ft 3 in D. 3 ft 4 in
13. Class periods are ½ an hour on minimum day schedules. How many seconds is that?
A. 360 seconds B. 180 seconds
C. 3600 seconds D. 1800 seconds
14. If Jill is driving at 60 miles per hour, what is her approximate speed in kilometers per hour? (1 mile = 1.6 kilometers)
A. 9.6 kph B. 37.5 kph
C. 96 kph D. 375 kph
15. In Covina, the temperature at noon was 32° Celsius (C). What was the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (F)? {F= 9/5C + 32}
A. 0º F B. about 90º F
C. about 33º F D. about 50º F
16. The actual width (w) of a rectangle is 18 centimeters (cm). Use the scale drawing of the rectangle to find the actual length (l).
A. 12 cm B. 27 cm
C. 57.6 cm D. 86.4 cm
17. The scale drawing of the tennis court shown below is drawn using a scale of 1 centimeter (cm) = 12 feet (ft).
A. B.
C. D.
What is the length in feet of the tennis court?
A. 36 feet B. 18.5 feet
C. 72.5 feet D. 78 feet
18. Morgan is using a ruler and a map to measure the distance from Covina to Arcadia.
The actual distance from Covina to Arcadia is 18 miles. On the map is was 3 centimeters about, what scale was used to create the map?
A. 1 cm : 6 miles B. 1 cm : 3 miles
C. 1 cm : 9 miles D. 1 cm : 18 miles
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9. A scale drawing of an ant is shown below.