Multiple Choice Identify the
letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

The diameter of a circular pizza pan is 16 inches. What is the area, to the
nearest tenth, of the pan?
a.  50.3 in^{2}  c.  201.1 in^{2}  b.  100.5 in^{2}  d.  804.2
in^{2} 


2.

Which graph represents ?


3.

Which list is ordered from greatest to least?


4.

Solve 12f – 15 + 3 + 16f = – 2f – 12 + 20 for f.


5.

The graph shows the results of a survey given to
800 students about which type of book they prefer to read. How many students prefer to read either
action or science fiction books?
a.  27 students  c.  176 students  b.  40 students  d.  216 students 


6.

If , what is HI?
a.  18 cm  c.  12 cm  b.  16 cm  d.  8 cm 


7.

It takes Jacki 3 hours to complete 7 posters and 9 hours to complete 21 posters.
How long will it take her to complete 28 posters?
a.   c.  12 h  b.  21
h  d.  11
h 


8.

Which is the best estimate of the coordinate of point M?


9.

Evaluate 4g +2h – 6h + 3g for g = 2 and h = –8.


10.

Jamal carries a water bottle with him on a field trip to Cades Cove in the Great
Smoky Mountains National Park. The graph shows the amount of water in the bottle over a given time
period while at Cades Cove. Which description best matches the graph?
a.  The water bottle is full at the beginning of the period. Jamal drinks some of the
water and then sets the bottle aside.  b.  The water bottle is full at the beginning of
the period. Then Jamal drinks some of the water, refills the bottle, and sets it
aside.  c.  The water bottle is full at the beginning of the period. Then Jamal drinks all of the
water, refills the bottle, and sets it aside.  d.  Jamal fills the water bottle, drinks some of
the water, refills the bottle, and sets it aside. 


11.

What is the reciprocal of ?


12.

What is the slope of the line shown?
a.  2  c.   b.   d.  –2 


13.

In their first 5 games of the season, a college football team scored 28 points,
33 points, 15 points, 40 points, and 15 points. What is the mean number of points scored in the 5
games?
a.  15 points  c.  28 points  b.  26.2 points  d.  29 points 


14.

Miranda is buying steaks at a grocery store in Jackson. She can buy 2 pounds of
steak for $10.98, 4 pounds of steak for $22.09, or 7 pounds of steak for $38.75. Which number of
pounds is the best buy?
a.  2 lb and 7 lb are equally good buys.  c.  4 lb  b.  2
lb  d.  7
lb 


15.

Which is the best estimate for the area of the fish?
a.  25 units^{2}  c.  125 units^{2}  b.  60
units^{2}  d.  160
units^{2} 


16.

How do the graphs of ?
a.  The first graph is a vertical line and the second graph is a horizontal
line.  b.  The graphs are perpendicular to each other.  c.  The first graph
rises from left to right and the second graph falls from left to right.  d.  The first graph
falls from left to right and the second graph rises from left to
right. 


17.

If a souvenir shop had sold $4500 more in souvenirs of Lookout Mountain near
Chattanooga this year, then the sales from those souvenirs would have been twice last year’s
sales. If sales this year from the souvenirs totaled $22,400, which equation can be used to find the
amount s of last year’s sales?
a.  4500 + s =
2(22,400)  c.  22,400 + 4500 =
2s  b.  4500 + 2s =
22,400  d.  22,400 = 2(s +4500) 


18.

Hillary is buying carpeting for her bedroom and closet. The bedroom has an area
of 206.5 square feet, and the closet has an area of 43 square feet. If the carpet costs $2.98 per
square foot, and installation costs $1.05 per square foot, which is the best estimate of how much it
will cost to have carpeting installed in the bedroom and closet?
a.  $750  c.  $1000  b.  $800  d.  $1200 


19.

The bar graph shows the approximate population of
Tennessee for five different U.S. census years. Approximately how many more people were living in
Tennessee in 2000 than in 1970?
a.  1,400,000 people  c.  2,100,000 people  b.  1,800,000 people  d.  2,800,000
people 


20.

The surface level of a reservoir is at an elevation of 840 feet on July 1. If
the reservoir is dropping an average of 3 inches per day, and this rate remains constant, about what
will be the elevation of the surface on July 31?
a.  835 ft  c.  830 ft  b.  832.5 ft  d.  750 ft 


21.

How many triangles must be added to the last figure shown to get the next figure
in the pattern?


22.

Solve 7a + 3 – 12 + 16a = –14 for a.
a.  1  c.  –1  b.   d.  


23.

Simone is making a scale drawing of the Walnut Street Bridge in Chattanooga,
which is 2370 feet long. In her drawing, 3 inches represent 100 feet. Which proportion can be used to
find the length ,in feet of Simone’s scale drawing?


24.

Given that each unit square on the archaeological
dig shown is 1 foot square, what is the straightline distance between the bowl and the bone
fragment?


25.

Which function generalizes the pattern in the table?


26.

Simplify (2c – 5)(–3c – 1).
a.  –6c^{2} + 13c + 5  c.  –c – 6  b.  –6c^{2} – 17c +
5  d.  –6c^{2} +
5 


27.

Claude and Sofia are hiking up a mountain near Elkmont. After 2 hours they are
at an altitude of 2800 feet. They continue to climb at a rate of 500 feet every 1.5 hours. Which
graph models this climb?



Use the following information to answer the following
questions.
The graph shows the wind speed at a given location as a tornado with a
Fujitsa scale ranking of F5 passes over the location.


28.

What is the domain D of the graph?


29.

What is the range R of the graph?


30.

What is the opposite of ?


31.

Which graph represents ?


32.

Carlos is laying bricks endtoend to border one side of a path from his house
to his garden. If each brick is 8 inches long and the path is 35 feet long, how many bricks will
Carlos need to buy?
a.  4 bricks  c.  52 bricks  b.  5 bricks  d.  53 bricks 


33.

Evaluate 3t^{2} – (2t + 3)^{2} –
t^{3} + 7 for t = –5.


34.

Zach is planting a willow tree. He plans to
anchor the tree with a rope 10 feet long as shown in the diagram. If Zach ties the rope to the tree 6
feet above the ground, how far from the base of the tree must he anchor the rope in the
ground?
a.  4 ft  c.  9 ft  b.  8 ft  d.  16 ft 


35.

Bailey’s age is 3 less than half of Morgan’s age m. Which
expression represents Bailey’s age?
a.  0.5(m – 3)  c.  0.5m –
3  b.  3 – 0.5m  d.  0.5(3 – m) 


36.

Simplify
a.  72pst  c.  6(pst)^{2}  b.  6pst^{7}  d.  6p^{3}s^{2}t^{2} 


37.

Which is an area representation of (4x + 1)(2x + 3)?


38.

The graph shows the growth of a newly sprouted
soybean plant. If the plant continues to grow at the same rate, how tall will it be in 8
days?
a.  4.5 cm  c.  6 cm  b.  5.25 cm  d.  7.5 cm 


39.

Pedro’s parents are going to buy new carpeting for his bedroom, which is
12 feet long and 15 feet wide. How many square yards of carpet must they buy?
a.  180 yd^{2}  c.  30 yd^{2}  b.  60 yd^{2}  d.  20
yd^{2} 


40.

Solve 15 – 3d = –20 for d.


41.

Devon is going to select 3 pictures of the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge
out of 48 pictures to enlarge as a gift for his parents. How many different groups of 3 pictures can
he select?
a.  103,776 groups  c.  144 groups  b.  17,296 groups  d.  16 groups 


42.

The table shows the cost c of parking h hours at a shopping mall
parking garage. Which graph models the cost as a function of the number of hours?


43.

The height of a pine tree p is 16 feet more than 1.3 times the height of
a maple tree m. Which equation represents this situation?
a.  p = 1.3m + 16  c.  m = 1.3p +
16  b.  p + 16 = 1.3m  d.  1.3p = m + 16 


44.

Which graph represents ?


45.

Solve .
a.  8.25  c.  –8.25  b.  –1.25  d.  no solution 


46.

Which ordered pair represents point P?
a.  (0, –2)  c.  (–2, 0)  b.  (0, 2)  d.  (2, 0) 


47.

Simplify 5k + 6j – (12jk + 10k) + 17jk
– 8j.
a.  –2j + 15k + 29jk  c.  –2jk  b.  –2j – 5k +
5jk  d.  –2j
+ 15k + 5jk 


48.

Which graph contains the points at (–1, 4) and (2, 0)?


49.

The area of a square bathroom floor is 36 square feet. What is the length of a
side of the floor?
a.  18 ft  c.  9 ft  b.  12 ft  d.  6 ft 


50.

Ahman and Ella are going to a fair in Nashville. They have budgeted $35 for the
fair. If it costs $7 for each person to enter the fair and an additional $1.50 per person per arcade
game, how many games can they play in total?
a.  32 or fewer  c.  18 or fewer  b.  23 or fewer  d.  14 or fewer 


51.

Solve .


52.

Simplify .


53.

What is the next number in the pattern shown? 188, 195, 202, 209, 216,
…


54.

Owen and Angela own four dogs, each of a different breed. The amount of food the
four dogs eat per day is 2.1 pounds, 1.7 pounds, 0.5 pound, and 1.3 pounds. What is the median number
of pounds of food the dogs eat in a day?
a.  1.4 pounds  c.  1.6 pounds  b.  1.5 pounds  d.  1.7 pounds 


55.

The graph models Raul’s trip as he is traveling in his car to go to the
Grand Ole Opry. What could the horizontal line segment on the graph represent?
a.  Raul traveling at a constant speed  b.  Raul traveling on a road without
hills  c.  Raul stopped at a stop light  d.  Raul braking to avoid a hole in the
road 
