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Weekly Review # 25 The Last One of the Year! (you must be so sad) Name________________________________ Date______ 1. How much peanut butter candy would David, Gavin, and Antonio each get if they were sharing equally 7/8 of a pound? ___________________ 2. Determine if each question is statistical by writing yes or no next to it. a. How old is Miss Kriebel?________ b. How many pets does each student at CVMS own? ___________ 1 3 3. Meredith bought 8 4 yards of ribbon and each wreath took 18 yards to make. How many wreaths could she make? ______________________ 4. At his new job, Hunter earned $150 in 2 hours and 30 minutes. At this rate, how much will he earn during 10 hours? ________________ 5. The ratio of runners to walkers in the race was 4:3. If there were 6 more runners than walkers, how many total participants were in the race? Draw a tape diagram to solve the problem. __________ participants 6. Owen was able to purchase 12 baseballs for $172.80. Each baseball cost the same amount. a. Write an equation where, p, is the price of one baseball. ________________________ b. What was the price of one baseball? _________________________ 7. Vince’s class saved 150 box tops every 3 days in lunch. At this rate, how many box tops will they save in 3 full weeks of school? ___________________________ 8. The percentage of sugar in the tea is 20% by weight. If the weight of the sugar is 2 ounces, how many total ounces are in the tea? _____________________ 9. On a map, a city block is a square with three vertices at (2, -2), (2, 2), and (-2,2) . What are the coordinates of the remaining vertex? _________________ 10. Reagan read 45 pages of a novel in 3 hours. At that rate, how many pages will she read in 5 hours? _____________________ 11. If there are 8 pints in one gallon, how many pints are in 3.5 gallons? _______________ 12. Simplify the expression (42 – 3) x 8 + 5. ___________________ 13. Which expression is equivalent to 5(3 + x)? a. 15 + x b. 8 + x c. 15 + 5x d. 15x + 5x 14. How many factors are in the expression 2 (x + 6)? ______________ 15. Find the surface area of a cube with each side equal to 6 inches. ___________________ 16. Anna used 84 square inches of fabric to make a triangular pennant to take to a baseball game. The base of the pennant was 6 inches. What was the height of the pennant? a. 14 inches b. 28 inches c. 504 inches d. 252 inches 17. The repairs to Amy’s bike cost more than $50. Which inequality represents the cost of repairs, r? a. r > 50 c. r ≥ 50 b. r < 50 d. r ≤ 50 18. Find the number of centimeter cubes that would fit in a rectangular prism that 1 1 measures 9.5 cm by 124 cm. by 182 cm. ____________________________ (don’t round answer) 19. Of 32 students in a class, 20 said they have at least 2 siblings. 20 Which ratio is equivalent to 32? a. 10 14 b. 5 10 c. 1 4 d. 5 8