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TAKS Review- Day 4

Josh has a map of Texas that uses a scale of 1-inches equals 2.5 miles. The map indicates that San Antonio and Kerrville is 24 inches. How many miles is that? 60 miles
Solve: (4+4)dived by 4-2 times 4 8
What is the first step in solving 4x+5=40? Subtract 5 from both sides
Find the supplement when <A=45 degrees, <B=? 135 degrees
Danny bought 4 used bicycles for $650. The next day he bought another one for $75. what was the mean cost? $145
Sam ran 1 mile on the first day, 1 1/4, the second day, and 1 1/2 the third day. How far will he run on the 7th day? 2.5 miles
A cube has a length of 9 inches. What is the volume? 729 inches
What is the area of a round candleholder when the diameter is 6 centimeters? 28.26 centimenters
Find the mode: 3.5,3.3,4.2,5.6,7.2,5.3 No Mode
Ms. Ernest gave a math test to 150 students and 30 students made perfect scores. What percentage of her students did NOT get perfect scores? 80%
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