The correct answer for each question is indicated by a .

1

Which expression results in a number that is a perfect square?

A)

7^{2} + 24^{2}

B)

4^{2} + 5^{2}

C)

12^{2} + 13^{2}

D)

8^{2} + 10^{2}

2

The town square in Drumville has an area of 10 000 m^{2}. What is the length of a sidewalk that goes up one side of the square? (62.0K)

A)

1000 m

B)

100 m

C)

50 m

D)

10 m

3

Mr. Sims' mathematics classroom is a square of side length 10 m. If the floor is to be retiled, what area of tiling is needed?

A)

10 m^{2}

B)

40 m^{2}

C)

50 m^{2}

D)

100 m^{2}

4

The square on the hypotenuse of a right triangle has an area of 289 cm^{2}. The square on one of the other sides has an area of 225 cm^{2}. What is the area of the square on the remaining side?

A)

514 cm^{2}

B)

257 cm^{2}

C)

64 cm^{2}

D)

17 cm^{2}

5

A right triangle has two sides each measuring 5 cm. Which integer is closest in value to the length of the hypotenuse?

A)

5 cm

B)

6 cm

C)

7 cm

D)

8 cm

6

The city park has a square wading pool with an area of 80 m^{2}. Which integer is closest to the length of one side?

A)

8 m

B)

9 m

C)

10 m

D)

11 m

7

A rectangular public swimming pool measures 16 m by 30 m. If a swimmer swims along a diagonal, and back, how far does she swim? (6.0K)

A)

68 m

B)

60 m

C)

34 m

D)

30 m

8

Which number has a square root between 5 and 6?

A)

51

B)

45

C)

37

D)

29

9

The lengths of the 3 sides of a triangle are given. Which is a right triangle?

A)

9 cm, 15 cm, 17 cm

B)

7 cm, 21 cm, 25 cm

C)

12 cm, 35 cm, 37 cm

D)

14 cm, 45 cm, 50 cm

10

The grid lines shown are 1 cm apart. Determine the perimeter of triangle CEF to the nearest cm. (9.0K)

A)

16 cm

B)

18 cm

C)

20 cm

D)

22 cm

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