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1. The Bar Exam is a test given in each state to determine whether or not a law school graduate is competent to practice law. The American Bar Association surveyed 3,000 law school graduates across the country who passed the bar exam in 2000. Of those surveyed, 720 were not practicing law in 2012. If 55,200 graduates passed the bar in 2000, about how many of them were practicing law in 2012, assuming the sample was a good representation of the population of law school graduates who passed the bar in 2000? Round to the nearest thousand and enter your answer in terms of thousands. (For example, enter 18,000 as 18.)

2. In recent years, car manufacturers have started producing hybrid vehicles, which run on both electricity and gasoline, resulting in a significantly higher gas mileage. Suppose the odometer of a hybrid car, which shows how many miles the car has traveled, reads 4,386 miles. If the car averages 48 miles to the gallon of gas and currently has 12 gallons in the tank, what should the odometer reading be when the tank is empty?

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If the equation of the graph shown above is y = 2(x + 3)2 + 10, what is the y-intercept of the graph?

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Many cities try to work "greenspaces" into their city planning because living plants help filter the city's air, reducing the effects of pollution. The figure above shows the plans for a new greenspace around City Hall, which will be created by converting portions of the existing parking lots. If the width of each parking lot is the same as the width of the City Hall building, how many thousands of square feet of greenspace will there be after the conversion? Round to the nearest thousand and enter your answer in terms of thousands. (For example, enter 14,000 as 14.)

5. Rasha volunteers at a charity that helps feed the homeless. He collects donations and then uses the money to buy food for care packages. This week, he collected $145. Each care package will include canned vegetables and bags of rice in the ratio 3:1. The cans cost $0.89 each, and the bags of rice cost $3.49 each. Using the given ratio, what is the maximum number of complete vegetable/rice care packages Rasha can make?

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7. Mercury is a naturally occurring metal that can be harmful to humans. The current recommendation is for humans to take in no more than 0.1 microgram for every kilogram of their weight per day. Fish generally carry high levels of mercury, although certain fish have higher mercury content than others. Fish, however, are healthy sources of many other nutrients, so nutritionists recommend keeping them in the human diet. The figure below shows the average mercury content of several types of fish.

If a person weighs 82 kilograms, how many grams of snapper can he safely consume per day? Round your answer to the nearest gram.

8. Mercury is a naturally occurring metal that can be harmful to humans. The current recommendation is for humans to take in no more than 0.1 microgram for every kilogram of their weight per day. Fish generally carry high levels of mercury, although certain fish have higher mercury content than others. Fish, however, are healthy sources of many other nutrients, so nutritionists recommend keeping them in the human diet. The figure below shows the average mercury content of several types of fish.

Suppose in a week, a person regularly eats one portion of each type of the fish shown in the bar graph, except the fish with the highest mercury content. What is this person's average daily mercury consumption, in micrograms, assuming a portion size of 100 grams? Round your answer to the nearest microgram.