1. A certain brand of dishwashing liquid was sold in two different bottle sizes. The small bottle was sold with 2/5 as many ounces of liquid as the large bottle and was sold at a price that was 1/2 the price of the large bottle. Quantity A: The price per ounce of the liquid in the small bottle Quantity B: The price per ounce of the liquid in the large bottle

A. Quantity A is greater.

B. Quantity B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal

D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

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2.

Quantity A: The measure of angle BDC Quantity B: 120

A. Quantity A is greater.

B. Quantity B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal

D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

3. Set I consists of the integers from 11 through 100, inclusive. Quantity

A: 4 times the number of integers in set Tthat are multiples of 4 Quantity

B: 5times the number of integers in set Tthat are multiples of 5

A. Quantity A is greater.

B. Quantity B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal

D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

4.4. x 2 +6x=7

Quantity A: (x+3) 2

Quantity B: 16

A. Quantity A is greater.

B. Quantity B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal

D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

5.

Quantity A: The number of different prime factors of 500

Quantity B: The number of different prime factors of 360.

A. Quantity A is greater.

B. Quantity B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal

D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

6. Quantity A: The area of a triangular region with perimeter 8

Quantity B: 8

A. Quantity A is greater.

B. Quantity B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal

D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.