Question 1 of 25

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// Convert the following using dimensional analysis. 93 inches to feet
A.7.9 ft 

B.7 3/4 ft 

C.1106 ft 

D.1116 ft 

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Part 2 of 25 – Unit 4 Q4 
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Question 2 of 25

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// Becky used a tape measure to section off areas for her vegetable garden. She measured the section for onions to be 288 inches long. How many yards long is the section for Becky’s onions?
A.10,368 yards 

B.3,456 yards 

C.24 yards 

D.8 yards 

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Part 3 of 25 – Unit 4 Q5 
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Question 3 of 25

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// George drives 71 miles per hour on a freeway in Everett, Washington. When he crosses into Vancouver, British Columbia, he resumes the same speed. How fast does George drive in kilometers per hour? Round to the nearest tenth.
A.53.1 kilometers per hour 

B.44.1 kilometers per hour 

C.103.3 kilometers per hour 

D.114.3 kilometers per hour 

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Part 4 of 25 – Unit 4 Q6 
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Question 4 of 25

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// Use an English/Metric conversion for area given in the table to convert the following measurement to the specified measurement. Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary.
8,969 in ^{2} = _____ cm ^{2}
A.3,531.54 cm^{2} 

B.1,390.54 cm^{2} 

C.57,850.05 cm^{2} 

D.22,778.43 cm^{2} 

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Part 5 of 25 – Unit 4 Q7 
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Question 5 of 25

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// Use an English conversion for capacity given in the table to convert the following measurement to the specified measurement. Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary.
8,061 gallons = ______ cubic yards
A.39.91 cubic yards 

B.1,628,322 cubic yards 

C.6,513,288 cubic yards 

D.159.62 cubic yards 

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Part 6 of 25 – Unit 4 Q8 
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Question 6 of 25

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// Convert the following measurement to the specified measurement: 5.57 L = ______ mL
A.0.000557 mL 

B.5,570 mL 

C.55,700 mL 

D.0.00557 mL 

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Part 7 of 25 – Unit 4 Q9 
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Question 7 of 25

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// Convert the following measurement to the specified measurement. Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary. 6,534 gallons = ______ L
A.17,315.1 L 

B.24,656.6 L 

C.246,566.04 L 

D.1,731.51 L 

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Part 8 of 25 – Unit 4 Q10 
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Question 8 of 25

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// Ruth wants to paint the walls in her bedroom. A gallon of paint will cover 400 ft ^{2}. She measures the surface to be painted and it is 142,589 in ^{2}. How many gallons of paint should she buy?
A.2 gallons 

B.30 gallons 

C.29 gallons 

D.3 gallons 

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Part 9 of 25 – Unit 4 Q11 
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Question 9 of 25

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// A Jacuzzi was filled with 300 gallons of water. The Jacuzzi itself weighs 50 lb. If a person who weighs 100 lb and a person who weighs 110 lb get into the Jacuzzi, how much is the total weight including the two people, the tub, and the water? Round to the nearest pound.
A.19,010 lb 

B.2,507 lb 

C.18,750 lb 

D.2,767 lb 

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Part 10 of 25 – Unit 4 Q13 
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Question 10 of 25

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// Convert the following unit to the specified equivalent unit. Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary. 520 tons = _____ metric tons
A.47.27 metric tons 

B.472.73 metric tons 

C.572 metric tons 

D.5,720 metric tons 

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Part 11 of 25 – Unit 4 Q14 
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Question 11 of 25

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// Convert the following Fahrenheit temperature to an equivalent Celsius temperature. Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary. –108°F
A.–162.4°C 

B.–77.78°C 

C.–28°C 

D.–252°C 

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Part 12 of 25 – Unit 4 Q15 
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Question 12 of 25

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// A chemistry teacher has 2,523 grams of a substance and he wants to separate the substance into 7oz jars. How many 7oz jars can he fill?
A.He can fill 13 jars (almost 14). 

B.He can fill 360 jars (almost 361). 

C.He can fill 12 jars (almost 13). 

D.He can fill 361 jars (almost 362). 

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Part 13 of 25 – Unit 4 Q17 
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Question 13 of 25

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// Classify the angle as acute, right, obtuse, or straight.
A.Right 

B.Obtuse 

C.Acute 

D.Straight 

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Part 14 of 25 – Unit 4 Q18 
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Question 14 of 25

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// Identify angles 3 and 7 as alternate interior, alternate exterior, corresponding, or vertical.
A.Alternate exterior 

B.Corresponding 

C.Vertical 

D.Alternate interior 

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Part 15 of 25 – Unit 4 Q20 
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Question 15 of 25

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// Find the measure of the supplement of 90°.
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Part 16 of 25 – Unit 4 Q21 
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Question 16 of 25

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// In triangle ABC below, the measure of angle B is 70°. Find the measure of angle C. The figure is not drawn to scale.
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Part 17 of 25 – Unit 4 Q22 
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Question 17 of 25

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// Find the measure of angle C.
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Part 18 of 25 – Unit 4 Q23 
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Question 18 of 25

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// Find the value of x.
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Part 19 of 25 – Unit 4 Q24 
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Question 19 of 25

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// Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the measure of side x.
A.36 ft 

B.33 ft 

C.48 ft 

D.13 ft 

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Part 20 of 25 – Unit 4 Q25 
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Question 20 of 25

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// Use the proportional property of similar triangles to find the measure of x (the measure of segment ED) if the measure of segment CD is 24.
A.36 meters 

B.30 meters 

C.48 meters 

D.24 meters 

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Part 21 of 25 – Unit 4 Q26 
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Question 21 of 25

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// Identify the polygon.
A.Dodecagon 

B.Icosagon 

C.Decagon 

D.Nonegon 

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Part 22 of 25 – Unit 4 Q27 
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Question 22 of 25

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// Which quadrilateral is also a rectangle and a rhombus?
A.Trapezoid 

B.Triangle 

C.Parallelogram 

D.Square 

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Part 23 of 25 – Unit 4 Q28 
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Question 23 of 25

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// Find the perimeter. Assume all angles are right angles and note that the figure is not drawn to scale.
A.48 ft 

B.57 ft 

C.43 ft 

D.33 ft 

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Part 24 of 25 – Unit 4 Q29 
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Question 24 of 25

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// Find the perimeter:
A.40 inches 

B.35 inches 

C.25 inches 

D.45 inches 

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Part 25 of 25 – Unit 4 Q30 
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Question 25 of 25

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// How many feet of fence will it take to enclose a rectangular plot 10 feet by 34 feet if an opening of 6 feet is to be left for a gate?
A.44 feet 

B.82 feet 

C.88 feet 

D.38 feet 

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