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What is the value of h in the equation above?

2. A company is buying two warehouses near their production plants in two states, New York and Georgia. As is always the case in the real estate market, the geographic location plays a major role in the price of the property. Consequently, the warehouse in New York costs $30,000 less than four times the Georgia warehouse. Together, the two warehouses cost the company $445,000. How many more thousand dollars does the New York property cost than the Georgia property?

3.

The histogram above shows the number of vehicles that a car rental agency currently has available to rent, categorized by fuel efficiency ratings. If a customer randomly selects one of the available cars, what is the probability that he will get a car that has a fuel efficiency rating of at least 25 miles per gallon? Enter your answer as a decimal number.

4. The volume of a rectangular shipping crate being loaded onto a barge for international shipment across the Panama Canal is 10,290 cubic feet. If the length to width to height ratio of the crate is 3:5:2 (in that order), what is the length of the crate in feet?

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A company conducted a study comparing the overall job performance of its regional managers with the length of time each one spent in the company's management-training program. The scatterplot above shows the results of the study. What is the length of the time spent in training, in months, of the manager represented by the data point that is the greatest distance from the line of best fit (not shown)?

6. If (232)(232) = 2(2x), what is the value of x?

7. Three cars all arrive at the same destination at 4:00 PM. The first car traveled 144 miles mostly by highway. The second car traveled 85 miles mainly on rural two-lane roads. The third car traveled 25 miles primarily on busy city streets.

The first car traveled at an average speed of 64 mph. The second car started its drive at 2:18 PM. How many minutes had the first car already been traveling before the second car started its drive?

8. Three cars all arrive at the same destination at 4:00 PM. The first car traveled 144 miles mostly by highway. The second car traveled 85 miles mainly on rural two-lane roads. The third car traveled 25 miles primarily on busy city streets.

The third car encountered heavy traffic for the first 60% of its trip and only averaged 15 mph. Then traffic stopped due to an accident, and the car did not move for 20 minutes. After the accident was cleared, the car averaged 30 mph for the remainder of the trip. At what time in the afternoon did the third car start its trip? Use only digits for your answer. (For example, enter 1:25 PM as 125.)