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1 Another name for the natural numbers is the

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Another name for the natural numbers is the (1)

numbers.

(1)

real

adding

whole

counting

2. Select the correct choice that completes the sentence below.

A specific case that satisfies the conditions of a conjecture but shows the conjecture is false is called (1).

(1)

a counterexample.

an ellipsis.

an induction.

a hypothesis.

a deduction.

3. A belief based on specific observations that has not been proven or disproven is called a conjecture or

Fill in the blank to complete the statement below.

A belief based on specific observations that has not been proven or disproven is called a conjecture or (1).

(1) O a hypothesis.

inductive reasoning.

the scientific method.

a counterexample.

4. The process of reasoning to a general conclusion through observation of specific cases is called

reasoning.

Fill in the blank to complete the statement below.

The process of reasoning to a general conclusion through observation of specific cases is called (1).

reasoning.

(1)

deductive

inductive

conjecture

scientific

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5. The type of reasoning used to prove a conjecture is called

reasoning.

Fill in the blank to complete the statement below.

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type of reasoning used to prove a conjecture is called

reasoning.

Fill in the blank to complete the statement below.

The type of reasoning used to prove a conjecture is called (1)

reasoning.

(1)

hypothesis

deductive

inductive

scientific

6. Use inductive reasoning to predict the next line in the pattern.

5×2 = 10

6×2 = 12

7×2 = 14

8×2 = 16

The next line is

X

7. Use inductive reasoning to predict the next three numbers in the pattern.

9, 11, 13, 15, …

Predict the next three numbers in the pattern.

9, 11, 13, 15,

8. Determine a counterexample to show that the following statement is incorrect.

The sum of any three two-digit numbers is a three digit number.

form a counterexample because their sum,

(2)

a

The numbers (1)

three-digit number.

(Type a whole number.)

(2)

10, 11, and 12

105 and 115

is not

O is

(1) O15, 37, and 48

21, 35, and 49

110 and 120

100 and 101

9. What does the ź symbol mean?

Choose the correct answer below.

is greater than or equal to

is congruent to

is less than

is less than or equal to

is not equal to

is proportional to

is equal to

is greater than

is modeled with

is approximately equal to

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10. Estimate the quotient.

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195

0.052

Choose the correct estimate below.

A. 4,000

B. 6,000

C. 40,000

D. 400

11. Estimate the answer.

A 15% tip on a meal that costs $18.16.

Choose the correct estimate below.

A. $27.00

B. $2.70

C. $4.05

D. $0.27

12. Li’s total monthly expenses consist of room and board: $698; car payment: $233; gas, $136; insurance: $109; and

miscellaneous expenses: $226. Estimate Li’s total monthly expenses.

Li’s total monthly expenses are about $

(Type a whole number.)

13. To get a B in math, Alexandria Pappas must average 80 on five tests. Scores on the first four tests were 80, 77, 84, and

74. What is the lowest score that she can get on the last test and still get a B?

The lowest possible score for getting a B is

14. A plane is flying at an altitude of 13,000 ft, where the temperature is -6°F. The nearby airport, at an altitude of 1000 ft, is

reporting precipitation. If the temperature increases 2.6°F for every 1000-ft decrease in altitude, will the precipitation at the

airport be rain or snow? Assume that rain changes to snow at 32°F.

Is the precipitation at the airport rain or snow?

Rain

Snow

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15. Use the Scheduling Classes Using an Organized List applet’ to answer the question below.

Create a class schedule using an organized list.

Which of the following statements is false about the possible class schedule Anthony could create?

Choose the correct answer below.

A. If Sociology is at 10 a.m., then Art History must be at 12 noon.

B. If Art History is at 9 a.m., then Sociology must be at 10 a.m.

C. There are 6 possible schedules he could create.

D. English must be at 9 a.m. or 12 noon.

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