A B C D E 0570 Data Interpretation Hard 104 C none The first quartile SAT score

A b c d e 0570 data interpretation hard 104 c none

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A B C D E 0570 Data Interpretation Hard 1:04 C none The first quartile SAT score among the forty scores at the Newboard Free School is in which score range? A 1300-1400 B 1400-1500 C 1500-1600 D 1600-1700 E 1700-1800
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In a survey, 82 high school students were randomly selected and asked how many hours of television they had watched in the previous week. The histogram below displays their answers. 0571 Data Interpretation Very hard 1:29 Intro to percents Suppose all students surveyed answered in integer number of hours only. Suppose, of 82 surveyed, only one respondent answered "16 hours." Within this group, the approximate percentile of this person would be: A 32 nd percentile B 51 st percentile C 67 th percentile D 75 th percentile E 80 th percentile
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0572 Data Interpretation Medium 1:20 Intro to ratios Data interpretation strategy College C received approximately how much in state appropriations per student? A $9,000 B $12,000 C $19,000 D $27,000 E $39,000
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0573 Data Interpretation Very hard 1:18 Intro to tatios Data interpretation strategy What is the total dollar amount that College B received in grants? A $16,000,000 B $48,000,000 C $96,000,000 D $160,000,000 E $192,000,000 0574 Data Interpretation hard 2:11 Suppose in the next year, 2007, College D's expenses and enrollment remain about the same, but in addition to their current revenues, they receive an additional $50,000,000 grant. This would allow them to reduce average tuition by how much? A $1388.89 B $3571.43 C $5555.56 D $9500.00 E $25888.89
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0575 Counting Hard Assigning Variables Writing Equations Counting Strategies Sixty-eight people are sitting in 20 cars and each car contains at most 4 people. What is the maximum possible number of cars that could contain exactly 1 of the 68 people. A 2 B 3 C 4 D 8 E 12
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0576 Integer Properties Hard Prime Numbers If n is any prime number greater than 2, which of the following CANNOT be a prime number? A n-4 B n-3 C n-1 D n+2 E n+5
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0577 Integer Properties Medium Square of Integers Consecutive Integers How many integers between 101 and 201 are equal to the square of some integer? A Two B Three C Four D Five E Six
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0578 Percents and Ratios Medium Percent Increases and Decreases Number Sense and Percents The price of a certain stock was 12 1 / 2 dollars per share. The price increased x percent to 15 5 / 8 dollars per share. Column A Column B x 20 A The quantity in Column A is greater B The quantity in Column B is greater C The two quantities are equal D The relationship cannot be determined from the information given
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0579 Percents and Ratios Medium Percent Increases and Decreases Number Sense and Percents In 1988 Mr. Smith s annual income was greater than Mrs. Smith s annual income. In 1989 Mr. Smith s annual income decreased by p percent, whereas Mrs. Smith s annual income increased by p percent. ( p >0) Column A Column B Mr. and Mrs. Smith s combined annual income in 1998 Mr. and Mrs. Smith s combined annual income in 1989 A The quantity in Column A is greater B The quantity in Column B is greater C The two quantities are equal D The relationship cannot be determined from the information given
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0580 Integer Properties Hard Assigning Variables Divisibility The reflection of a positive integer is obtained by reversing its digits. For
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