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In warm weather, a person can feel hotter due to reduced heat loss from the skin caused by higher humidity. The temperature-humidity index, or apparent temperature, is what the temperature would have to be with no humidity in order to give the same heat effect. The table below lists the apparent temperatures for various actual temperatures and relative humidities. Use the table to answer the question.

 RELATIVE  HUMIDITY 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% ACTUAL TEMP (°F)                                             APPARENT TEMPERATURE  (°F) 75° 75 77 79 80 82 84 86 88 90 80° 80 82 85 87 90 92 94 97 99 85° 85 88 91 94 97 100 103 106 108 90° 90 93 97 100 104 107 111 114 118 95° 95 99 103 107 111 115 119 123 127 100° 100 105 109 114 118 123 127 132 137 105° 105 110 115 120 125 131 136 141 146

1) Find the apparent temperature if the actual temperature is 75°F and the humidity is 20%.

A) 77°F

B) 79°F

C) 75°F

D) 80°F

2) Find the apparent temperature if the actual temperature is 95°F and the humidity is 90%.

A) 119°F

B) 115°F

C) 127°F

D) 123°F

3) How many listed temperature-humidity combinations give an apparent temperature of 97°?

A) 5

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

4) At a relative humidity of 40%, what actual temperatures give an apparent temperature above 100°?

A) 80° and higher

B) 85° and higher

C) 95° and higher

D) 90° and higher

5) At an actual temperature of 80°, what relative humidities give an apparent temperature above 96°?

A) 90% and higher

B) 60% and higher

C) 80% and higher

D) 70% and higher

6) At an actual temperature of 85°, by how much would the humidity have to increase in order to raise the apparent temperature from 91° to 103°?

A) 20%

B) 30%

C) 50%

D) 40%

The following table contains information about moons orbiting a planet named Geo I. Use the table to solve the problem.

7)

Find the average distance from Geo I to its moon Luna 1.

A) 3,900 km

B) 416 km

C) 3,000 km

D) 80,000.00 km

8)

What is the time of revolution around Geo 1 of the moon Luna 4?

A) 87.78 years

B) 3.08 years

C) 721 years

D) 34.09 years

9)

Which moon has a diameter of 308 kilometers?

A) Luna 2

B) Luna 1

C) Luna 3

D) Luna 4

10)

Which moons have average distance from Geo I less than ten thousand kilometers?

A) None

B) Luna 3, Luna 4, and Luna 5

C) Luna 1 and Luna 2

D) Luna 1 only

11)

How much further from Geo I is Luna 4 than Luna 2?

A) 98,800 km

B) 2,600 km

C) 98,200 km

D) 100,800 km

12)

About how many Luna 3 diameters would it take to get one Luna 2 diameter?

A) 1,862

B) 0.14

C) 3

D) 7

13)

What is the median of the average distance from Geo 1 of the moons?

A) 115,200 km

B) 92,300 km

C) 80,000 km

D) 309 km

14)

What is the average time of revolution of the moons?

A) 19.31 years

B) 948.60 years

C) 3.08 years

D) 5.44 years

15)

What is the average of the diameters of the moons?

A) 725 km

B) 516 km

C) 307 km

D) 954 km

16)

What is the mode of the diameters of the moons?

A) 309 km

B) 947.6 km

C) 721 km

D) No mode exists

Use the pictograph to answer the question.

17) For selected countries, this pictograph shows approximately how many kilograms of seafood are consumed by each person (per capita) annually.

Which country consumes the most seafood?

A) Country E

B) Country A

C) Country B

D) Country C

18) For selected countries, this pictograph shows approximately how many kilograms of seafood are consumed by each person (per capita) annually.

What is the approximate seafood consumption in Country E?

A) 3,556.25 kilograms

B) 3,983 kilograms

C) 3,840.75 kilograms

D) 3,414 kilograms

19) For selected countries, this pictograph shows approximately how many kilograms of seafood are consumed by each person (per capita) annually.

Approximately how many more kilograms of seafood is eaten per person in Country A than in Country B?

A) 595 kilograms

B) 833 kilograms

C) 773.5 kilograms

D) 714 kilograms

20) For selected countries, this pictograph shows approximately how many kilograms of seafood are consumed by each person (per capita) annually.

People in Country D eat approximately what percent more seafood than people in Country C?

A) 75%

B) 50%

C) 25%

D) 125%

21) This pictograph shows projected sales of compact disks (CDs) for a popular rock band for seven consecutive years.

= 100,000 CDs

In which year will the greatest number of CDs be sold?

A) 2012

B) 2009

C) Not enough information is given.

D) 2007

22) This pictograph shows projected sales of compact disks (CDs) for a popular rock band for seven consecutive years.

= 100,000 CDs

How many sales do 7 CD symbols represent?

A) 7

B) 100,000

C) 700,000

D) Not enough information is given.

23) This pictograph shows projected sales of compact disks (CDs) for a popular rock band for seven consecutive years.

= 1,000 CDs

Approximately how many CDs will be sold in 2012?

A) 6 CDs

B) 9,000 CDs

C) 600 CDs

D) 6,000 CDs

24) This pictograph shows projected sales of compact disks (CDs) for a popular rock band for seven consecutive years.

= 100,000 CDs

Approximately how many fewer CDs will be sold in 2008 than in 2010?

A) 400,000 CDs

B) 600,000 CDs

C) 4 CDs

D) 500,000 CDs

25) This pictograph shows projected sales of compact disks (CDs) for a popular rock band for seven consecutive years.

= 1,000 CDs

Between which two consecutive years is the greatest decline in sales indicated?

A) Between 2010 and 2011

B) Between 2009 and 2010

C) Between 2012 and 2013

D) Between 2013 and 2014

Use the circle graph to solve the problem.

26) A survey of the 7,720 vehicles on the campus of State University yielded the following circle graph.

What percent of the vehicles are hatchbacks?

A) 262%

B) 29%

C) 34%

D) 8%

27) A survey of the 7,944 vehicles on the campus of State University yielded the following circle graph.

Together, what percent of the vehicles are either vans or convertibles?

A) 15%

B) 135%

C) 24%

D) 6%

28) The circle graph shows the percent of the total population of 34,500 of Springfield living in the given types of housing.

Find the number of people who live in single family houses. Round your result to the nearest whole number.

A) 40 people

B) 20,700 people

C) 12,075 people

D) 13,800 people

29) There are 17,000 students attending the local university. The circle graph shows the percentage of those students who attend different sporting events.

What percentage of students do not attend Soccer or Volleyball matches?

A) 19%

B) 57%

C) 24%

D) 43%

30) There are 13,000 students attending the local university. The circle graph shows the percentage of those students who attend different sporting events.

How many students attend Basketball and Baseball games?

A) 6,630 students

B) 1,690 students

C) 663,000 students

D) 4,940 students

31) The circle graph below gives the inventory of the women's department of a store.

What is the total inventory?

A) \$132,750

B) \$92,040

C) \$127,440

D) \$130,095

32) The circle graph below gives the inventory of the men's department of a store.

In which item of apparel does the store have the smallest investment?

A) Underwear

B) Suits

C) Shirts

D) Socks

33) The circle graph below gives the number of students in the residence halls at the state university.

Which residence hall has the third highest number of students?

A) Fisher

B) Carver

C) Dodge

34) The circle graph below gives the number of residents in the residence halls at the state university.

Write the ratio as a fraction in lowest terms of the number of residents at Fisher to the number of students at Evans.

A) 27/41

B) 41/197

C) 41/27

D) 328/197

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