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The following set of data is given: 12, 14, 20, 18, 16, 14, 24, 16, 14 Adding which pair of numbers would make the mean higher?

A. 12 and 14
B. 12 and 16
C. 18 and 22
D. 22 and 24

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Abigail would like to purchase a new Kindle for $160. She has a coupon at Best Buy for 20% off. How much will the Kindle cost if she uses the coupon?

A. $32
B. $60
C. $110
D. $128

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Solve: (10 ­- 5) + 4 x 11

A. 99
B. 49
C. 59
D. 109

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On the last day camp, Krystal wants to treat her cabin to popsicles. She has 12 girls in her cabin. At the camp store Krystal can buy a pack of 4 popsicles for $3.50. What will it cost her to buy popsicles for her entire cabin?

A. $10.50
B. $7.50
C. $7.00
D. $12.00

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Peter went to the hardware store with $10. He needs to purchase some light plate and outlet covers. Here are the prices at the store:

Light plate covers: $0.75
Outlet plate covers: $1.25

He has enough money to purchase which set of item below?

A. 7 light plate covers and 4 outlet plate covers
B. 6 light plate covers and 6 outlet plate covers
C. 6 light plate covers and 4 outlet plate covers
D. 5 light plate covers and 6 outlet plate covers

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Carly gets a loan from bank for a new car. She borrows $5,000 and get a simply yearly interest for 8%. She pays it off in 3 years with 36 payments. What is her monthly payment?

A. $172.22
B. $206.20
C. $138.89
D. $105.56

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Below is a chart showing the attendance record for a math summer camp.
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On which day is the number of student attendance a prime number?

A. Thursday
B. Wednesday
C. Tuesday
D. Monday

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Paul is building a new dog house for his dogs. The old dog house has a base that measures 2 ft by 3 ft. The plans for the new dog house have a base that measures 3ft x 5 ft. How much larger is the area of the new dog house than the old dog house?

A. 12 ft²
B. 9 ft²
C. 6 ft²
D. 3ft²

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Kelly needs 13 gallons of gas. One gas station in town has gas priced at $2.49/gallon. The other gas station has gas prices at $2.62/gallon. If Kelly buys gas for $2.49, how much will she have saved compared to the other station.

A. $1.69
B. $1.96
C. $2.04
D. $2.06

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What is the area of the blue space below?

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A. 2.5 m2
B. 3.9m2
C. 5.5 m2
D. 7.5 m2

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What is the slope of the line?

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A. ­2
B. 2
C. ½
D. 7

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Kim lives 3 city blocks north of the public library. Each city block in her town is 1 km. The market is 4 blocks west of the library. If Kim leaves her house and walks to the library and then to the market, before returning home, what is the total distance she will have walked?

A. 6 km
B. 12 km
C. 7 km
D. 14 km

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The table below shows the number of bouncy ball possibilities at an arcade. Each of the bouncy balls have one color and one design. If a red bouncy ball is chosen at random, what is the possibility that it will have stars on it?

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A. ¼
B. ½
C. 33%
D. 5/12

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Taylor is trying to fill an old fire pit in his front yard with dirt. How much dirt will he need to fill the entire pit? Round up to the nearest whole number.

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A. 16 ft³
B. 18 ft³
C. 20 ft³
D. 21 ft³

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