**Which of the following is the appropriate estimate of 1 teaspoon?**

0.5 L

50 mL

5 L

5 mL

*Correct Answer : D*

A teaspoon can approximately hold 5 mL.

Although the capacity of a teaspoon could be more or less, choice D remains the most correct answer as the other choices have amounts too much for a small teaspoon.

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### Correct Answer is A

#### Explanation

To find the net force, we choose east direction as positive and west as negative. From this, we can present the tag of war in the diagram below.

So, the force on the dog is -190 N and that of the girl is 165 N.

The net force is the sum of the two forces

The resulting force is negative, meaning it is in the west direction. Thus, the net force is 25 N to the west.

### Correct Answer is D

#### Explanation

Percentages always add up to 100%. If we let x be the percent of graduates working for jobs unrelated to law, then

74%+3%+2%+x=100%

79%+x=100%

Subtract 79% from both sides of the equation

79%-79%+x=100%

x=100%-79%

x=21%

So, the number of graduates working for jobs unrelated to law is 21%.

### Correct Answer is A

#### Explanation

to do a comparison of the given data set, we convert the fraction numbers into the approximate decimals.

4/3=1.333

2720=1.35

Now, we have 1.333, 1.35, 1.369, 1.357. These numbers are arranged from the smallest to the largest number, we look at the number in the second decimal place value

1.333 the number in second decimal place value is 3

1.35 the number in third decimal place value is 5

1.369 the number in third decimal place value is 6

1.357 the number in third decimal place value is 5

However, 1.35 and 1.357 have 5 in the second-place vale. We use the ird place value to compare the two number:

1.35 is same as 1.350 and the number in the third-place value is 0

1.357 the number in the third-place value is 7

Now, 0 is less than 7, and thus 1.35 is less than 1.357

Overall, 3 is less than 5, and 5 less than 6 and the provided numbers can be arranged from the smallest to the largest as:

1.333, 1.35, 1.357, 1.369

Thus, the corresponding given numbers organized from the smallest to the largest become:

4/3, 27/20, 1.357, 1.369

The greatest value is 1.369

### Correct Answer is B

#### Explanation

From the given scenario:

Initial charge is $40

Additional charge per circular cloth=$5c

Additional charge per rectangular cloth=$3.50r

Total cost = additional charge per circular rectangular cloths + Initial charge

Total cost, T = 5c + 3.5r + 40

### Correct Answer is A

#### Explanation

A whole pizza is equivalent to 1. Then

One friend eats half of the pizza=1/2 of 1=1/2*1=1/2

Remaining amount of pizza to be shared=1-1/2=2/2-1/2=1/2

Now, three friends share Â½ equally and each friend will get,

Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â

Thus, the three friends each share 1/6.

### Correct Answer is B

#### Explanation

The median temperature can be found by organizing the temperature values from the smallest to the largest value as follows:

98.6, 98.7, 99.0, 99.0,99.2, 99.3, 99.7, 100.0

### (for an even set of numbers, Median = frac{(frac{n}{2})th observation + (frac{n}{2} + 1) th observation}{2})

From the data set above, there are 8temperature values. The median is the temperature value in the middle position, which falls between the(frac{n}{2} th)and((frac{n}{2} + 1) th) position. Here N=8and median is found as:

(frac{(frac{n}{2})th + (frac{n}{2} + 1) th}{2} = )(frac{(frac{8}{2})th + (frac{8}{2} + 1) th }{2} = 4.5th position)

The element in the 4.5th position is the average of the 4th and 5th element.

(frac{99.0 + 99.2}{2} = 99.1)

Thus 99.1 is the median temperature.

### Correct Answer is D

#### Explanation

We convert the given weight in pounds to ounces and find total weight. 1 pound=16 ounces, which we interpret as

Or

Use the second option to convert pounds to ounces

Now, we can ounces to ounces as: 48 oz + 5 oz= 53 oz

Therefore, 3 pounds, 5 ounces is equal to 53 oz

### Correct Answer is D

#### Explanation

We solve the problem by first finding the amount of gallons needed for the whole trip then find the cost of the gallon.

The car uses 1 gallon to cover 25 miles, which is same as:

Now, in 3000 miles, the car will use how many gallons of gasoline?

A trip of 3000 miles will need 120 gallons. And to find the cost of 120 gallons, we proceed as follows:

The family will spend $199.20 to drive for 3000 miles.

### Correct Answer is A

#### Explanation

In this problem, we take the triangle as a right-angled triangle and label it as follows:

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But C=13 inches

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Next, we take A=2.5 inches, B=6 inches

Next, we take A=2.5 inches, B=4 inches

*6.25+16=169*

*22.25â‰ 169*

Taking A=5 inches and B=8 inches

From the above computation, the combination of A=5 inches and B=12 inches give a triangle with a hypothenuse of 13 inches.

### Correct Answer is B

#### Explanation

A dependent variable is one that when another variable changes, it also changes. In our case, the insurance premium changes if the age, model, mileage of car changes. Thus, insurance premium is the dependent variable while the other three are independent variable.

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