Chapter: 3
Standard: 8.NS.2
DOK: 2
1 pt

2.

Which integer is $$\sqrt{78}$$ closest to?

A

8

B

9

C

10

D

78

Chapter: 1
Standard: 8.EE.1
DOK: 3
1 pt

3.

Simplify. $$\frac{12{x}^{5}}{{\left(2{x}^{\u20134}\right)}^{\u20133}}$$?

A

$$\frac{1}{6{x}^{8}}$$

B

$$\frac{96}{{x}^{7}}$$

C

$$\frac{3}{2{x}^{7}}$$

D

$$\frac{3{x}^{7}}{2}$$

Chapter: 5
Standard: 8.F.1
DOK: 1
1 pt

17.

Which ordered pair could be part of the linear function containing the points (–6, –8), (0, 0), and (3, 4)?

A

(0, 2)

B

(2, –4)

C

(6, 8)

D

(–6, 3)

Chapter: 11
Standard: 8.G.5
DOK: 2
1 pt

31.

$$\overline{AD}$$ is parallel to $$\overline{CE}$$ . What is the measure of the three missing angles?

A

*x* = 58°, *y* = 33°, *z* = 89°

B

*x* = 33°, *y* = 58°, *z* = 89°

C

*x* = 58°, *y* = 33°, *z* = 269°

D

*x* = 33°, *y* = 58°, *z* = 89°

Chapter: 8
Standard: 8.SP.4
DOK: 2
1 pt

42.

Matt predicted he had a 30% chance of making more than $30,000/year by earning a Bachelor's degree rather than just having a high school diploma. The table below is taken from Matt's local newspaper. According to his local newspaper, would Matt’s prediction be correct?

A

Matt actually has less than a 30% chance of earning more than $30,000 with a Bachelor's degree.

B

Matt has exactly a 30% chance of earning more than $30,000 with a Bachelor's degree.

C

Matt has more than a 30% chance of earning more than $30,000 with a Bachelor's degree.

D

A high school diploma versus a Bachelor's degree will make no difference in income levels.