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# Mathematical Process Questions - All Grades

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Jodi bought cans of tennis balls that cost \$2.50 per can. What else do you need to find out how much money Jodi spent in all?
1. If she is playing singles or doubles
2. How many cans of tennis balls bought
3. Whether she won or lost the match
4. How many cans of tennis balls the store had
Which answer would be a counterexample to the biconditional, "Greg is a swimmer if and only if he is an athlete."
1. Greg is an athlete and a basketball player.
2. Greg is a swimmer.
3. Greg is not an athlete.
4. There is no counterexample.
Determine the contrapositive of the statement: if p, then q.
1. if ~q, then ~p
2. If p, then ~q
3. If ~p, then q
4. If q, then p
What is the contrapositive of the following statement? If an angle is obtuse, then it is greater than 90.
1. If an angle is obtuse then it is greater than 90.
2. If an angle is not greater than 90 then it is not obtuse.
3. If an angle is not obtuse then it is not greater than 90.
4. If an angle is greater than 90 then it is obtuse.
Given the statement: "If you eat all your vegetables, then you will grow," which of the following choices is its inverse?
1. If you grow, then you will eat all of your vegetables.
2. If you do not grow, then you will not eat all of your vegetables.
3. If you do not eat all of your vegetables, then you will not grow.
A cylindrical hole has a diameter of 40 meters and a height of 10 meters. If one cubic meter of sand has a mass of 75 kg, what is the amount of sand in the hole?
1. 40 X 3.14 X 10 divided by 75 kg
2. 20 X 3.14 X 10 divided by 75 kg
3. 20 squared X 3.14 X 10 divided by 75 kg
4. 75 X 10 X 40 X 0 kg
Which best describes what a conditional is.
1. A rule
2. If p then q
3. A proof
4. If q then p