# math

3. Which of the following appears to be an irrational number? (1 point)
3.72727272…

.073303330…
4. A picture frame is 12 inches long and 9 inches wide. In inches, what is the diagonal length of
the picture frame?
(1 point)
21 inches
15 inches
8 inches
6 inches
5. Which number is a perfect cube? (1 point)
5
100
125
150
6. When adding and –9, which type of number is the sum? (1 point)
Whole number
Irrational number
Integer
7. What is ?
(1 point)
8. Tomas needs to cut a piece of wood for a model airplane he is building. He has four pieces of
wood: 5 feet, 4 feet, 6 feet, and 3 feet long. If the length of wood he needs to cut is feet
(1 point)
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wood: 5 feet, 4 feet, 6 feet, and 3 feet long. If the length of wood he needs to cut is feet
long, which piece of wood should he cut to have the least amount of unused wood?
3 feet
4 feet
5 feet
6 feet
9. If the sail of a ship is 10 feet long and has a diagonal length of 26 feet, what is the height of the
sail, in feet?
(1 point)
29
24
17
8
10. Four students work to find an estimate for . Who is closest to finding the true estimate? (1 point)
Cameron: “Use and to estimate.”
Brandon: “It should be between and ."
Stephen: “I use and .”
Chase: “It should be between and .”
11. Which of these nonterminating decimals can be converted into a rational number? (1 point)
0.48907542…
0.02020202…
0.92589542…
0.10203040…
12. George has a square sandbox in the back yard. The sandbox has an area of 160 square feet. To
the nearest foot, what is the length of one side of the sandbox?
(1 point)
11 ft.
12 ft.
40 ft.
80 ft.
13. Robbie draws a square with an area of 856 square inches. What is the approximate length, in
inches, of one side of the square?
(1 point)
30
29
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26
24
14. Which statement is true? (1 point)
Every rational number is a square root.
Every irrational number is a fraction.
Every rational number can be written as a fraction.
Every square root can be written as a whole number.
Note: Remember to show all of the steps that you use to solve the problem. Be sure to use the
text box where the question mark (?) first appears to show your mathematical work. You can
Write a translation rule that maps point D(7, –3) onto point D'(2, 5).

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