# Math

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If a number is not a rational number, then it is _____. (1 point)

an integer
an irrational number
a whole number

2.
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
15
8
6

3.
Which number is a perfect cube? (1 point)

7
25
27
66

4.
When adding square root 9 and – 7, which type of number is the sum? (1 point)

irrational
whole number
integer

5.
What is square root 36 over 49? (1 point)

18 over 25
20 over 27
6 over 7
8 over 9

6.
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 square root 11 feet long, which piece of wood should he cut to have the least amount of unused wood? (1 point)

3 feet
4 feet
5 feet
6 feet

7.
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

8.
Four students work to find an estimate for square root 37. Who is closest to finding the true estimate? (1 point)

Rhonda: "Use square root 16 and square root 25 to estimate."
Ricardo: "I use square root 25 and square root 36."
Riley: "It should be between square root 36 and square root 49."
Rhiannon: "Use square root 49 and square root 64 to estimate."

9.
Which of these nonterminating decimals can be converted into a rational number? (1 point)

0.48907542 . . .
0.02020202 . . .
0.92589542 . . .
0.10203040 . . .

10.
Paul is painting a square wall with an area of 115 square feet. To the nearest foot, what is the length of the wall? (1 point)

11
29
42
58

11.
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
26
24

12.
Which statement is true? (1 point)

Every integer is an irrational number.
Every integer is a whole number.
Every square root is a rational number.
Every rational number can be written as a fraction.

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1. Why did you post these questions here?

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Ms. Sue
2. I took this test. You are in Connections Academy. So am I. When I took this test I called my teacher for help.

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3. It's hard to believe that someone doesn't know how to find the answers to most of these questions.

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Ms. Sue
4. I agree. When I took it I knew most of them. The rest I just ask my teacher for help.

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6. I was in a hurry already. i did not really have time so

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7. And yes I am in connections academy.

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8. Jman, why were you looking up this question if you already did the test?

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10. Because

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11. because what? What school do you go to?

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12. Jman goes to connections academy wat is that enyways

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13. ya why are u looking this up if u already did the test hu

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14. I did the test already. And he probably wanted to check his answers.

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15. Yes!

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16. Wow when you guys say I already knew half of these....whether you did or not that's rude maybe someone else didn't know the answers ..

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17. Could you help me on # 13 this girl idk what to put. I literally have no idea what the answer could be

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18. I think that the answer is 29. But you really should do the work yourself.

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19. IM GONNA HELP BECAUSE I DID NOT TAKE NO HONOR CODE.
1D
2C
3D
4A
5A
6A
7C
8C

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20. some war...

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21. i need help aspap im on a really important

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23. @ josh 2 is WAY WRONG. do you not know the pythagorean theorem??? THE ANSWER TO NUMBER @ IS 15.....a^2 + b^2 has to be c^2

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24. Josh 3 is wrong as well the answer is b because 5*5 is 25

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25. Josh 6 is wrong as well the answer is 4 feet so B

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26. 7 is also B Josh I think you just wrote random answer because this is the 4th one that I have found wrong

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27. 10 is A

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28. 12 is D

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29. Hey im at conections can you give me the answers to the test asap!

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30. I just did the test here are the answers :D
3. 1.3 (D)
4. 10 ft (B)
5. 27 (D)
6. Integer (A)
7. 6/7 (C)
8. 4ft (B)
9. 5.3 (B)
10. Riley (C)
11. 0.123123...(C)
12. 13ft (B)
13. 29 (B)
14. Every rational number can be written as a fraction (C)

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31. tasha 100% (:

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