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


1.

Problem Solving – RIT 221 – 230
1. 2, 9, 7, 14, 12, ___, ___ What are the missing
numbers?
a.  8, 10  d.  3, 5  b.  5, 3  e.  17, 19  c.  5, 7 


2.

Yuko’s pen pal in England
said her backyard was 50 meters wide. In customary measurement that is about 150
_____.
a.  Feet  d.  Centimeters  b.  Yards  e.  Miles  c.  Inches 


3.

Use a proportion to
solve. If four all weather tires cost $903.80, how much would 1 tire cost?


4.

Write an equation you would use
to solve the problem? On a winter day it was –10F at 6:00 A.M. The temperature rose 25
during the day. What was the high temperature?


5.

Which
statement is true?


6.

Interest formula: I =
prt Using the interest formula, how much interest is charged on a 30 year, $100,000 house loan
at 6%?
a.  $6,000  d.  $180,000  b.  $27,000  e.  $300,000  c.  $30,000 


7.

Estimate the solution to the
following problem. The times for John’s 100m dash season are: 12.9, 13.2, 10.9, 13.5,
12.0, and 11.8. What is a good estimate of John’s average time?
a.  18.9  d.  10.0  b.  15.0  e.  11.1  c.  12.5 


8.

A bag containing 100
M&M’s contains 23 red, 54 brown, 15 yellow, and 8 orange candies. What is the
probability of getting a yellow M&M
a.  23 100  d.  46 100  b. 
3 20  e.  17
20  c.  54
100 


9.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Graphing – RIT 211 –
220


10.

a.  –4, 4, 1,
3  d.  –4, 3, 1,
2  b.  –1, 4, 3,
4  e.  –4, 1, 2, 3  c.  4, 3, 1, 4 


11.

Kali
chooses her clothing using the tree diagram above. How many possible choices for clothing does she
have?


12.

Statistics/Probability and
Graphing – Graphing – RIT 221 – 230 The graph shows the number of people who
went on various rides during one hour at an amusement park.


13.

a.  (2, 4)  d.  (3, 4)  b.  (3, 4)  e.  (4, 3)  c.  (3,4) 


14.

Statistics/Probability
and Graphing – Probability and Prediction – RIT 221 – 230


15.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Statistics – RIT 221 –
230 Compute the mean, median, and mode for the
following set of data: 7, 6, 2, 2, 3, 2, 7, 3
a.  mean = 4; median = 2; mode =
3  d.  mean = 4; median = 3; mode =
2  b.  mean = 32; median = 3; mode =
2  e.  mean = 32; median = 6; mode =
8  c.  mean = 8; median = 6; mode =
7 
