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OH Math 2004 Grade 9

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  • Five-eighths of Mr. Dodd's 24 students have decided to do an extra-credit project. One-third of those extra credit projects will be term papers. How many students are planning to write term papers?


    5
    8
    15
    20


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  • Francine wants to buy three cassette tapes that cost
    $4.52, $8.99, and $13.85. If she has saved $30 from
    her allowance, which of the following pairs of
    operations will allow her to determine whether she has
    enough money to buy the tapes?

    addition, multiplication

    addition, subtraction

    subtraction, division

    multiplication, division



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  • From this picture of part of a thermometer, what is the
    temperature shown to the nearest degree?

    19 degrees
    27 degrees
    33 degrees
    36 degrees


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  • During his vacation, it took Sam 5 minutes to write a postcard and 35 minutes to write a letter. If Sam spent an afternoon writing p postcards and l letters to his
    friends, which of the following expressions represents the total number of minutes Sam spent writing to his friends?



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  • Mona’s coin purse contains 16 pennies, 8 dimes, and 5 quarters. How much money is in her purse?


    $1.11
    $1.21
    $1.46
    $2.21


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  • Larry, Calvin, and Andy shared a package of 100 cookies. Larry ate 1/4 of the cookies, Calvin ate 0.4 of the cookies, and Andy ate 35% of the cookies. Which of the following is a true statement?


    Andy ate the fewest cookies.

    Larry ate the most cookies.

    Calvin ate the most cookies.

    Calvin and Larry each ate the same number of cookies.



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  • Karen answered 48 questions correctly on a test with 60 questions. What percent of the questions did she answer correctly?


    60%

    71%

    72%

    80%



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  • What is the volume of this cube?




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  • What number correctly completes the proportion shown?


    1.6
    2
    4
    40


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  • Attendance at the first five Science Club meetings is shown.

    What was the average attendance at these meetings?


    13
    14
    15
    16


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  • Alan can walk to school in 3/4 of an hour. It takes Ray 0.8 hours to walk to school.

    What is the difference in time that it takes for the two boys to walk to school?


    3 minutes

    5 minutes

    15 minutes

    27 minutes



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  • What number is represented by m, if 5m – 4 = 46?


    10
    45

    50

    250


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  • There are 30 cookies in a jar in William’s kitchen; 15 of them are peanut butter and 15 are chocolate chip. If William reaches into the jar without looking, what is the probability that he will select a chocolate chip cookie?


    1/30
    1/15
    1/4
    1/2


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  • If 6 cans of a soft drink cost $2.97, how much would twenty cans cost?


    $3.66

    $8.91
    $9.90
    $16.97


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  • Which is the correct order to show units from largest to smallest?


    milligram, gram, kilogram

    gram, milligram, kilogram

    kilogram, milligram, gram

    kilogram, gram, milligram



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  • Sandy has a board 16 feet long. She wants to use it for shelves. If each shelf must be 3 ft 6 in. long, what is the greatest number of shelves she can cut from the board?


    3 shelves

    4 shelves

    5 shelves

    6 shelves



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  • Frida and Diego mix 2 ounces of lemon juice, 1 pint of iced tea, and 14 ounces of orange juice to make a punch. They want to put the punch in a pitcher. What is the minimum amount of liquid the pitcher needs to hold?


    1 quart

    2 quarts

    24 ounces

    26 ounces



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  • The area of a bedroom in a home could be


    120 kilometers

    120 square feet.

    120 milliliters.

    120 square inches.



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  • It took Allen 6 hours to drive from his house to Highland Camp. If Allen drove at an average speed of 55 miles per hour, about how far is Highland Camp from his house?


    49 miles

    61 miles

    330 miles

    916 miles



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  • For an art project, David wants to cut the short piece of ribbon into 4 equal pieces. How long will each piece be?


    13/16 inches
    7/8 inches
    1 1/8 inches
    3 1/2 inches


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  • What is 6% of $49?


    $2.94

    $8.17

    $12.24

    $29.40



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  • Doug has completed 4 out of 5 class assignments. Each assignment is worth 100 points. His average for the 4 assignments is 94. What is the minimum number of points that Doug needs on the last assignment to increase his average to 95?


    95
    96
    99
    100


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  • The graph below shows the number of points scored by the Bayside Bengals, a high school basketball team, in their first eight games.

    In how many of their eight games did the Bengals score 80 or more points?


    3 games

    4 games

    5 games

    6 games



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  • It takes the hand on the stop watch one minute to go around the dial once.

    Carla timed a race. The hand went around the dial once, and then Carla stopped the watch at the time shown above when the winner crossed the finish line.
    How long did the winner take to finish the race?


    20 seconds

    1 minute 4 seconds

    1 minute 20 seconds

    1 hour 20 minutes



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  • Which of the triangles below appears to have three acute angles?


    A
    B
    C
    D


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  • Which of the figures below is a hexagon?




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  • Solve the following problem. (Round to the nearest cent.) Maria bought a package of four pens for $5.46. How much does one pen cost?


    $1.11
    $1.30
    $1.37
    $1.40


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  • Each morning, Ellen walks around a rectangular block, as shown below, 6 times.

    How far does she walk each morning?


    200 yards

    400 yards

    1,200 yards

    1,400 yards



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  • Tom is painting the surfaces of a wood block that measures 3 inches by 3 inches by 3 inches. How many square inches will be painted?

    9 square inches

    18 square inches

    27 square inches

    54 square inches



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  • Last year there were 250 salespersons and 30 supervisors at Valley Computer Company. If 50 additional salespersons are hired this year, how many supervisors must be hired to keep the same ratio between salespersons and supervisors?


    1
    6
    12
    36


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  • A vending machine dispenses 2 kinds of potato chips, 5 kinds of chewing gum, 5 kinds of candy bars, and 3 kinds of cookies. The machine has one button for each item. If Kate deposits her coins and pushes a button without looking, what is the probability that a candy bar will be selected?

    1/15
    1/5
    1/3
    1/4


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  • When Fly Right Airlines offered a 20% discount on
    tickets, Kevin bought a ticket to Columbus for $160.
    How much would Kevin’s ticket have cost without the
    discount?

    $128
    $192
    $200
    $320


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  • One of the events at the Olympics is the 3000-meter steeplechase. Which of the following is equal to this distance?

    0.3 km

    3 km

    30 km

    300 km



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  • Find the area of the shaded portion of the parallelogram shown.


    6 cm^2
    7 cm^2
    12 cm^2
    16 cm^2


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  • The table shows the high and low temperatures in a city for a week.

    How many days had a range in temperature of at least 7 degrees?


    3
    4
    5
    6


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  • Six students are scheduled to give book reports in an English class. If the class is 50 minutes long and each student will have the same amount of time, what is the maximum whole number of minutes for each student’s book report?

    6 minutes

    7 minutes

    8 minutes

    9 minutes



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  • If the area of a rectangular parking lot shown below is 12,800 sq ft and side AB is 160 ft, what is the length of side BC of the parking lot?


    80 ft

    624 ft

    800 ft

    6,240 ft



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  • The following expression can be used to calculate the total admission cost for a group at the carnival:

    T = 6a + 3c

    where T = the total cost in dollars, a = the number of adults, and c = the number of children. What is the total cost for 2 adults and 4 children?


    9 dollars

    15 dollars

    18 dollars

    24 dollars



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