Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. Record your answer on the
bubble sheet provided.





1.

What conclusion could you draw from the above graph?
a.  both students were improving over time  b.  both students were not doing as well over
time  c.  Gary was doing better but Keely was not doing as well  d.  Keely was doing
better but Gary was staying at the same level 


2.

A photo has a length to width ratio of 8:5. If the length of the photo is 13.6
cm, the width of the photo is
a.  3.0 cm  b.  8.5 cm  c.  18.6 cm  d.  21.8
cm 


3.

A recipe calls for cups of chocolate chips to make a batch of five dozen
(60) cookies. On average, how many cups of chocolate chips would be in each cookie?


4.

The total delivery cost on a shipment of furniture is ,
where m represents the number of pieces of furniture being delivered, and c is the
total cost. How much would it cost to deliver nine pieces of furniture?
a.  $21.00  c.  $31.00  b.  $39.00  d.  $37.00 


5.

Simplify. 2(4a)
a.  8  a  c.  8 + 2a  b.  8  a  d.  8 + 2a 


6.

A list of all possible outcomes in a probability experiment is called
a.  a favourable outcome  c.  the sample space  b.  an independent event  d.  a simulation 


7.

Which statement best describes the following figure?
a.  It can be used to tile the plane.  b.  It can be used to tile the plane if
three triangles are added.  c.  It cannot be used to tile the plane because the total of the angles
where the vertices meet is greater than 360°.  d.  It cannot be used
to tile the plane because the total of the angles where the vertices meet is less than 360°. 



Choose the best answer.


8.

One disadvantage of pictographs is that
a.  it is difficult to compare categories to the whole using percents  b.  it is difficult to
count the symbols on them  c.  it is difficult to read the symbols on
them  d.  it is difficult to read the title 





9.

Based on the graph, how many people ate apples for lunch?





10.

Bar graphs are best for
a.  comparing data across categories  b.  comparing data using
percents  c.  comparing data to show changes over time  d.  comparing data that
are easily represented using symbols 


11.

One disadvantage of bar graphs is that
a.  it is difficult to compare the data  b.  it is difficult to count the
data  c.  it is difficult to determine which category is least popular  d.  it is difficult to
show changes in data over time 





12.

On which two tests did the class score at the same level?
a.  Fraction Test and Geometry Test  c.  Geometry Test and Graphing
Test  b.  Fraction Test and Probability Test  d.  Percent Test and Probability
Test 


13.

These data could be displayed using a pictograph because
a.  they are comparing data across categories  b.  they add up to
100%  c.  they can be represented with symbols and can be easily counted  d.  they show changes
over time 





14.

A basketball player is participating in a special training program. The graph
shows his scoring over the last six games. These data suggest that the training program has
a.  allowed the player to improve in each game  b.  allowed the player
to improve only over the last three games  c.  not allowed the player to
improve  d.  supported some improvement but the improvements are not seen every
game 





15.

A coach wants to show how many shots each player is making compared to the total
number of shots made by members of the team. Which graph would be the most useful?
a.  bar graph  b.  circle graph  c.  line
graph  d.  pictograph 


16.

According to the graph, how many successful shots were made altogether by Sandi,
Lori, Larry, and Farah?





17.

Which graph best shows the fraction of the garden used for each
vegetable?
a.  the bar graph, because it clearly shows numbers along the
yaxis  b.  the bar graph, because it displays the vegetables so clearly  c.  the circle graph,
because it shows percents  d.  the circle graph, because the sum of all the
data is 100% 





18.

Which of the two graphs would you use if you wanted to know the total number of
plants in the garden?
a.  the circle graph, because it is easy to add the percents  b.  the circle graph,
because it tells you there are 100 plants  c.  the pictograph, because the symbols are easy to
count  d.  the pictograph, because you can see how many carrot plants are in each
picture 


19.

Determine the value of x if .


20.

A bank surveyed its loans to new small businesses. It found that the ratio of
unpaid or overdue loans to good loans was 1:2. If 159 small businesses are selected randomly from the
bank’s files, how many are likely to have unpaid or overdue loans?


21.

You want to enlarge a 20.2 cm by 12.6 cm photo by a factor of 1.5. Determine the
dimensions of the new print.
a.  21.7 cm by 14.1 cm  c.  32.8 cm by 49.2 cm  b.  30.3 cm by 18.9 cm  d.  40.4 cm by 25.2
cm 


22.

Brian’s cell phone use shows the following pattern: 45% phone calls, 30%
texting, 10% games, and the rest devoted to music. Express the ratio of phone time to text time to
music time in lowest terms.
a.  3:2:1  b.  4.5:3:1  c.  30:15:10  d.  45:30:10 



A survey of students in the school found that 144 had Motorola cell phones, 60
had Sony phones, 48 had Nokia phones, and 36 had LG phones.


23.

Use a threeterm ratio to compare the numbers for the three most popular phones.
Express your answer in lowest terms.
a.  5:4:3  b.  12:5:4  c.  60:48:36  d.  144:60:48 


24.

If 450 grams of chocolate cost $6.00, how many grams can you get for
$1.00?
a.  75 g  b.  100 g  c.  150 g  d.  2700
g 


25.

Janice earned a 15% commission on $549.50 sales. Chong earned a 25% commission
on $343.25 sales. Adrienne earned a 20% commission on $418.75 sales. Luke earned 10% commission on
$625.75 sales. Who earned the most money from commission?
a.  Adrienne  c.  Janice  b.  Chong  d.  Luke 


26.

Karen ran 200 m in 40 s, Ethan ran 300 m in 52 s, Saren ran 100 m in 19 s, and
George ran 400 m in 73 s. Who ran the fastest per metre?
a.  Ethan  b.  George  c.  Karen  d.  Saren 


27.

Taye wants to buy a personal DVD player that costs $249.00. How much money will
Taye need to pay for the DVD player if the GST is 5% and PST is 7%?
a.  $29.88  b.  $32.37  c.  $278.88  d.  $281.37 


28.

What is the square of 7?


29.

Which number is not a perfect square?


30.

What is the square root of 225?


31.

In the diagram shown below, what is the sum of BC ^{2} +
CA ^{2}?
a.  CA^{2}  c.  BA^{2}  b.  CB^{2}  d.  BC^{2} 


32.

The square on the hypotenuse of a right triangle has an area of 25
cm^{2}. The square on one leg has an area of 20 cm^{2}. What is the area of the
square on the remaining leg?
a.  5 cm^{2}  c.  25 cm^{2}  b.  15 cm^{2}  d.  225
cm^{2} 


33.

The value of is between which two numbers?
a.  9 and 10  c.  7 and 8  b.  8 and 9  d.  6 and 7 


34.

The value of is approximately


35.

Jasper wants to put a straight sidewalk from his back door to a shed in the
corner of his yard. How long will the sidewalk be? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a
metre.
a.  6.0 m  c.  9.5 m  b.  8.5 m  d.  12.0 m 



Choose the best answer.


36.

One completely shaded grid represents 100%. What percent does this diagram
represent?


37.

Helen calculates the volume of a gift box measuring 45 cm 15 cm
30 cm. Her answer will be expressed in
a.  centimetres  c.  quadratic centimetres  b.  cubic
centimetres  d.  square
centimetres 


38.

Identify the following transformation.
a.  translation  c.  reflection  b.  rotation  d.  image 


39.

One completely shaded grid represents 100%. What percent does this diagram
represent?


40.

Which fraction is smaller than 0.28?


41.

Which fraction can be written as 180%?


42.

Which of the following shows two different ways of writing ?
a.  0.3, 3%  c.  0.03, 3%  b.  0.3, 30%  d.  0.03, 30% 


43.

If GST is 5%, how much GST will Janine pay on a jacket that costs $125?
a.  $6.25  c.  $131.25  b.  $62.50  d.  $187.50 


44.

The gopher population in a pasture is 200. The following year the population
increased by 10%. It increased by another 10% the next year, and then increased by an additional 10%
the year after that. What was the gopher population after the third year?


45.

Demi borrows $3000 and agrees to repay the loan after two months. She agrees to
pay 2.5% interest the first month and 2.5% interest on the new total the second month. How much
should Demi repay at the end of two months?
a.  $150.00  c.  $3150.00  b.  $151.88  d.  $3151.88 


46.

On Friday, attendance at a movie theatre was 248 customers. On Saturday, it was
302% of Friday’s number. What was attendance on Saturday?


47.

Identify the following 3D object.
a.  triangular pyramid  c.  rectangular prism  b.  triangular prism  d.  cylinder 


48.

The minimum number of views needed to describe a 3D object is


49.

A prism with sides that are perpendicular to the bases is called a
a.  cube  c.  regular prism  b.  perpendicular prism  d.  right prism 


50.

What 3D object can the net illustrated below be folded to create?
a.  cube  b.  cylinder  c.  oblong box  d.  sphere 


51.

If only the two ends of the roof area need to be painted, what is the total
surface area that needs to be painted?
a.  16.4 m^{2}  b.  32.8 m^{2}  c.  45.6 m^{2}  d.  65.6
m^{2} 


52.

Which view best represents the top of this 3D object?


53.

To find the surface area of a cube, you must know the dimensions of
a.  1 face  b.  2 faces  c.  3 faces  d.  6
faces 


54.

A 3D object that is turned so that the top moves to the right and downward is
said to be turning in a(n)
a.  anticlockwise rotation  c.  corner rotation  b.  clockwise
rotation  d.  counter clockwise
rotation 


55.

A 3D object with two parallel and congruent circular bases is a
a.  cylinder  c.  sphere  b.  rectangular prism  d.  triangular
prism 


56.

How many common denominators do the fractions , , and have, between 1 and 50?


57.

Which fraction is the greatest, , , , or ?


58.

Determine , in lowest terms.


59.

Divide .


60.

A survey showed that 64 students played hockey. This is the
number of students who played soccer. Determine how many students played soccer.


61.

How many faces are there in a rectangular prism?


62.

A rectangular garage has a volume of 480 m^{3}, a length of 12 m and a
width of 8 m. What is the height of the garage?


63.

A hockey puck has a radius of 3.7 cm and a thickness of 2.6 cm. What is its
volume, to the nearest cubic centimetre?
a.  103 cm^{3}  b.  108 cm^{3}  c.  109 cm^{3}  d.  112
cm^{3} 


64.

A doorknob shaped like a cylinder has a height of 4.8 cm and a volume of 94.2
cm^{3}. What is the diameter of the doorknob?
a.  2.5 cm  b.  5.2 cm  c.  6.25 cm  d.  19.69
cm 


65.

A wedge of cheese is shaped like a right triangular prism. The triangular ends
have a base of 46 mm and a height of 58 mm. If the total volume of cheese is 32 016 mm^{3},
what is the height of the prism?
a.  6 mm  b.  12 mm  c.  24 mm  d.  48
mm 



Choose the best answer.


66.

Which multiplication statement represents the following addition statement? 4
+ 4 + 4 + 4
a.  2 × 4  c.  4 ×
44  b.  4 × 4  d.  44 ×
44 


67.

Determine which multiplication statement this diagram represents.


68.

Determine –5 × (–10) × (–2).
a.  −100  c.  25  b.   d.  125 


69.

What multiplication statement does this diagram represent?


70.

Evaluate –24 ÷ (–3).


71.

What table of values is represented by this graph?


72.

What are the coordinates for point A on the graph?
a.  (3, 2)  c.  (–2, 3)  b.  (2, 3)  d.  (–3, 2) 


73.

A graph of distance travelled for a car travelling at 95 km/h is shown. How long
did it take to travel 380 km?


74.

Which of the following tables of values does not represent a linear
relationship?


75.

Esteban deposited $1 into his bank account on the first day. The next day he
deposited $2; on the third day he deposited $4. The table shows the amounts of the first 10 deposits.
How much will he have in his account after 12 days? Day  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  Amount ($)  1  2  4  8  16  32  64  128  256  512            
a.  $1023  c.  $4095  b.  $2047  d.  $8191 


76.

Which table of values is best represented by the linear relation ?


77.

If the grayed out section of the visual represents a positive fraction, what is
the solution to the equation modelled by this diagram?


78.

Which operation should be used to isolate the variable in this equation?
a.  add 12  c.  multiply by 3  b.  divide by 3  d.  subtract 12 


79.

The phrase “3 times a number, increased by 4, equals 15” can be
modelled with the equation


80.

What is the solution to the equation ?
a.  12  c.   b.  6  d.  


81.

When the result of one event has no effect on the outcome of another event, the
event is called a(n)
a.  favourable outcome  c.  possible outcome  b.  independent event  d.  sample space 


82.

Two sixsided dice are rolled. What is the probability of rolling the same
number on both dice?


83.

A spinner divided into six equal parts has three green parts, two purple parts,
and one white part. What is the probability of spinning green three times in three spins?


84.

The number of possible outcomes when randomly drawing from the cards shown below
and flipping the coin is


85.

You roll a foursided die numbered 2, 4, 6, and 8, and you spin a spinner with
five equal sections numbered 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. What is the probability of spinning the spinner and
rolling the die to get a sum of 14?


86.

Four piles each contain five cards, numbered 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. You draw once
from each pile. What is the probability of drawing four sixes?


87.

A turn about a fixed point is called a(n)
a.  translation  c.  reflection  b.  rotation  d.  image 


88.

Point C(0, 3) is translated three units right and one unit down. What are the
new coordinates of point C?
a.  (3, 4)  c.  (2, 3)  b.  (3, 2)  d.  (2, 2) 


89.

How many different regular polygons are used to make this tessellation?


90.

What is the original shape this Escherstyle tessellation is based on?
a.  triangle  c.  pentagon  b.  quadrilateral  d.  octagon 

Written Response.
Write your answers clearly on the test paper.
SHOW ALL WORK.


1.

Determine the length of the missing side. Round your answer to the nearest
tenth. (2 marks) .


2.

Determine . Express your answer in lowest terms. Show
your work. (2 marks) .


3.

Express as an improper fraction in lowest terms. Show
your work. (2 marks) .


4.

As an improper fraction in lowest terms, what is ? Show your
work. (2 marks) .


5.

Evaluate –8 – 3(–2 – 1). (2
marks)
.


6.

Determine –8 – (– 6) × 3
– 5 × (–3). (2
marks)
.


7.

The height of a stack of flower pots can be modelled with the formula , where n is the number of flower pots. a) Complete the table of
values for the first five flower pots. (2 marks)
Number of Flower Pots,
n  Height of the Stack, h (cm)  1   2   3   4   5    
b) Graph the ordered pairs. Label
axes and title of graph. (4 marks)
c) What is the height of a
stack of 12 flower pots? (2 marks) .


8.

Solve for x. Verify your answer. a) 2x 
5 = 17 (3 marks) b) (3
marks) c) 42 = 6(x  1) (3
marks) .


9.

Create a tree diagram to show all of the possible outcomes when spinning the
spinner and tossing the die. (2 marks) .


10.

This shape is reflected over the yaxis. What are the coordinates of the
new image? (2 marks)
