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In a schoolyard bakesale, Marty baked of all the cookies brought in, while Nadia baked of all the cookies. Together, all the other kids baked 40 cookies. How many cookies did Marty bake?
4
8
16
40
64
Column A is greater
Column B is greater
Both columns are equal
Not enough information
Say the line is drawn on regular coordinate axes. The line will cross the x axis on point (x,y) = ?
(0 , 3)
(1/3, 0)
( – 1/3, 0)
(0, 1/3)
(3, 0)
Let the sign # become the following operation: .
Find
2
12
Impossible to calculate
Circle A has an area of 5Pi, while square B has an area of 5. Column A: Radius r of circle AColumn B: Side s of square B
Column A is bigger
Column B is bigger
The columns are equal
Not enough info to answer
Consider the following data: Alex: age 16, favourite colour: blue. Britney: age 14, favourite colour: pink. Carl: age 13, favourite colour: green. Dawn: age 14, favourite colour: blue. Elroy: age 16, favourite colour: blue. Florence: age 19, favourite colour: green. Greta: age 13, favourite colour: pink. Helga: age 14, favourite colour: pink. Ian: age 18, favourite colour: blue. Josephine: age 14, favourite colour: pink.
What’s the average age of kids who like blue, from the data given?
13
14
15
17
What percentage of 14-year-olds likes blue, according to this data?
0%
15%
25%
33.3%
50%
I have to arrange 5 people around a rectangular table, but Max and Suzie must sit together. How many ways do I have of arranging these crazy people?
60
24
25
48
120
The columns are equal man!
Not enough data
I have a rectangular prism with integer lengths for size and a volume of 35. If one side is 7, what are the only options for the other sides?
1, 7
1, 5
3, 5
1, 5 or 2, 2.5
Too many options to tell
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