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Merav's school has an Olympic-size pool that is 50 meters long, 25 meters wide, and 2 meters deep. The pool is surrounded by special non-slip tiles, as shown in the figure below. Merav pays $4.00 for a ticket to her school's first swim meet to watch her classmates compete. While there, Merav buys a slice of pizza and a soda. She pays $3.75 for the pizza and $1.75 for the soda, plus 10% sales tax for both of these items. What is the total amount Merav pays for her ticket, pizza, and soda?

(A)$ 3.75

(B) $ 9.50

(C) $10.05

(D) $10.45

(E) $10.75

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If Ryan traveled 20 miles in 4 hours and Jeff traveled twice as far in half the time, what was Jeff's average speed, in miles per hour?

(A)80 (B) 40 (C) 20 (D) 10 (E) 5

Correct Answer: C

The ratio of the side lengths for a triangle is exactly 15:14:12. In a second triangle similar to the first, the longest side is 10 inches long. To the nearest tenth of an inch, what is the length of the shortest side of the second triangle?

(A)6.4 (B) 8.0 (C) 9.3 (D) 12.0 (E) Cannot be determined from the given information

Correct Answer: B

Greg is making a triangular sail for a boat, shaped like a right triangle and shown below.


Sail material costs $8.99 for 150 square feet. If the material can be purchased in any quantity, which of the following is closest to the cost in dollars of the material needed to fill the area of the sail as shown?

(F) $360.00 (G) $280.00 (H) $200.00 (J) $180.00 (K) $25.00

Correct Answer: J

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