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The SAT Practice Test #1 Math Test No Calculator Question 3

On Saturday afternoon, Armand sent m text messages each hour for 5 hours, and Tyrone sent p text messages each hour for 4 hours. Which of the following represents the total number of messages sent by Armand and Tyrone on Saturday afternoon?

(A) 9mp
(B) 20mp
(C) 5 +4 mp
(D)  4 +5 mp
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Barton College Practice Placement Test Question 48

Simplify and express in the form a + bi: (‐2 + i)(3 + 2i)

(A) ‐8 + 0
(B) ‐8 + 2i
(C) ‐8 – i
(D) ‐6 + 2i
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The SAT Practice Test #1 Math Test No Calculator Question 1

If \frac{x-1}{3}=k and k=3 what is the value of x ?

(A) 2
(B) 4
(C) 9
(D) 10
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Grade 8 Common Core Math Tests Question 14

Which ordered pair would fit the function: y = 3x -2

(A) 0, 2
(B) 1, -1
(C) 2, 4
(D) -1, 1
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Barton College Practice Placement Test Question 31

Find the equation of the straight line passing through the points (2,‐4) and (1,0).

(A)  y = ‐ 4x + 4
(B) y = 4x – 4
(C) y = 4x + 4
(D) y = ‐4x ‐ 4
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Grade 8 Common Core Math Tests Question 13

How much time will an old car take to cover a distance of 39 miles at a speed of 13 miles/hour? Express distance as a function of time.

(A) 3 hr, y =13x
(B) 3 hr, y =3x C
(C) 13 hr, y=39x
(D) 3 hr, x= 13y
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Grade 8 Common Core Math Tests Question 17

Find the distance between point A (5, 3) and point B (1,0) on a graph using the Pythagorean Theorem.

(A) 5
(B) 25
(C) 6
(D) 4
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LEAP Practice Test Grade 8 Mathematics Session 1 Question 8

Camille placed blocks on a table in rows and columns. All the rows and columns had the same number of blocks in them and formed a square. Which could be the total number of blocks Camille placed on the table?

(A) 111 blocks
(B) 121 blocks
(C) 181 blocks
(D) 222 blocks
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LEAP Practice Test Grade 8 Mathematics Session 1 Question 5

Paul creates a scatter plot with a negative association. The x-axis of the scatter plot is titled, “Minutes Spent at Mall”. Which label is most likely the title of the y-axis of Paul’s scatter plot?

(A) Distance Walked
(B) Money Available to Spend
(C) Number of Movies Seen
(D) Number of Stores Visited
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Each leg of an isosceles triangle is 9 inches longer than one-half the length of the base. If the perimeter of the isosceles triangle is 146 inches, what is the length of one leg of the isosceles triangle?

a. 64 in.
b. 41 in.
c. 50 in.
d. 82 in.