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What is 8-27?
A. 0
B.-35
C.19
D.-19
D. -19
What do you get from 1,078+0?
A. 2,156
B. 1,078
C. 1,079
D. 0
B. 1,078
Calculate the following: 3+1-5+2-6.
A. 17
B. -9
C. -5
D. 0
C. -5
What do you get when you divide 762 by 127?
A. 8
B. 9
C. 6
D. 4
C. 6
Using pi as 3.14, calculate the circumference of a coin if its area is 11mm^2. Round off your answer to the nearest 1/10 of 1mm.
A. 5.7
B. 11.9
C. 17.0
D. 11.4
B. 11.9
Which of the following decimals is the smallest?
A. 0.687
B. 0.786
C. 0.768
D. 0.876
A. 0.687
Solve the unknown in the following equation: 3(y+1)+2(y+1)>5(3-y)+4(y+2)
A. y>1
B. y=0
C. y>3
D. y>2
C. y>3
Solve the unknown in the following equaiton: -6x=36
A. 30
B. -216
C. 42
D. -6
D. -6
Calculate the ratio of blue cars to red or blue cars if there are 120 red cars and 230 blue cars.
A. 35:23
B. 23:35
C. 12:35
D. 12:23
B. 23:35
Calculate the acceleration rate of a truck if its initial speed was 60 mph and the final speed was 100 mph.
A. 40%
B. 67%
C. 33%
D. 17%
B. 67%
If Jack's house is situated at coordinates (15,30) and Mike's house is 100 meters away from Jack's house, what are the coordinates for Mike's house?
A. (115,30)
B. (115,15)
C. (15,30)
D. (30,15)
A. (115,30)
Calculate the height of a right triangle in inches if the base is 6 inches, the hypotenuse is 10 inches and the triangles area is 24 inches squared.
A. 6 inches
B. 4 inches
C. 10 inches
D. 8 inches
D. 8 inches
Calculate a company's total loss or profit in a week if it reported a $300 loss each day on Tuesday and Wednesday, a $100 loss on Monday, a $400 profit on Saturday and a $600 profit each day on Thursday and Friday.
A. $1,400
B. $600
C. $2,300
D. $900
D. $900
Calculate the average points in a ball game if the points for the 10 turns played were recorded as -5 points, -7 points, -2 points, 0 points,3 points, 5 points, -6 points, -4 points, and 2 points.
A. -1
B. 2
C. -2
D. 1
A. -1
If the lowest point of a hill is recorded as -80 ft and the highest point is recorded as 1,450 ft, calculate the difference between the two points.
A. 1,430 ft
B. 1,370 ft
C. 1,5670 ft
D. 1,530 ft
D. 1,530 ft
Convert 19:20 hrs into a 12-hour time.
A. 7:20 AM
B. 6:20 AM
C. 7:20 PM
D. 6:20 PM
C. 7:20 PM
Convert 18 m to 18 mm.
A. 1,800 mm
B. 18,000 mm
C. 180,000 mm
D. 180 mm
B. 18,000 millimeters
Calculate the following: 2/3 x 5/8
A. 10/12
B. 12/8
C. 5/12
D. 5/24
C. 5/12
Calculate the value of 3.5 x 0.4
A. 1.4
B. 0.14
C. 13.5
D. 14
A. 1.4
What is the decimal form of 33/80?
A. 0.345
B. 0.4125
C. 4.125
D. 0.0412
B. 0.4125
If a pack of tissue is selling at $26.50 from an initial price of $25, what is its percentage price increase?
A. 0.6%
B. 60%
C. 6%
D. 35%
C. 6%
Calculate 0.3- 0.03
A. 0.3
B. 0.027
C. 2.7
D. 0.27
D. 0.27
Simplify (6+9)/(6 x 9) to its simplest fraction form.
A. 5/18
B. 1/9
C. 0.277
D. 15/54
A. 5/18
Express 9/40 in percentage form.
A. 2.25%
B. 22.5%
C. 0.0225%
D. 0.225%
B. 22.5%
Express 45cm^2 in m^2
A. 0.48 m^2
B. 0.048 m^2
C. 0.0048 m^2
D. 4800 m^2
C. 0.0048 m^2
What time does a 1 hr 25 min long art class finish if it starts at 9:40 AM
A. 8:15 AM
B. 11:40 AM
C. 10:55 AM
D. 11:05 AM
D. 11:05 AM
Calculate the initial cost of a dress whose price after a 40% discount was $42.
A. $105
B. $70
C. $72
D. $58.80
B. $70
If 1 kg of sugar costs $3.40, what amount of sugar can you buy using $12?
A. 35kg
B. 3.53kg
C. 6.3kg
D. 0.35kg
B. 3.53 kg
What is 5.6 expressed as a percentage of 8?
A. 70%
B. 25%
C. 75%
D. 4.48%
A. 70%
If a 5cm line is used to represent 4km of a road, what length of the road is represented by 8cm?
A. 64km
B. 10km
C. 20km
D. 6.4km
D. 6.4 km
Find y:x if 6y=7x
A. 7:6
B. 6:7
C. 42:6
D. 7:42
A. 7:6
Find x if x:12=4:10
A. 5/24
B. 12/5
C. 5/12
D. 24/5
D. 24/5
If you pour 42.8 liters of oil into two containers in the ratio 7:2, how much oil will be in the smaller container?
A. 9.51 liters
B. 21.4 liters
C. 0.856 liters
D. 12.22 liters
A. 9.51 liters
If Stella, Mike, and Carol divide 60 sweets among themselves using a ratio of 4:5:6, what is the number of sweets that Mike took home?
A. 24
B. 16
C. 20
D. 3
C. 20
What is 2/7 expressed to the nearest hundredth?
A. 0.29
B. 0.3
C. 3.5
D. 0.285
A. 0.29
Calculate the following: 0.07 x 0.4
A. 28
B. 2.8
C. 0.028
D. 0.28
C. 0.028
Calculate the area of a square whose side measures 2.5 cm.
A. 39cm^2
B. 10cm^2
C. 5cm^2
D. 6.25cm^2
D. 6.25
A rectangular sheet of paper measures 52 cm in length and 38 cm in width. If Naomi cut the sheet into several squares measuring 5cm on each side, how many whole squares did she cut?
A. 25
B. 79
C. 70
D. 79.04
C. 70
Calculate the sum of the lengths of a cubes edges if one of its faces has an area of 49cm^2
A. 98cm
B. 112cm
C. 84cm
D. 48cm
C. 84cm
What is (x+2z)(y+2z) if x=4, y=-6, and z=8?
A. -200
B. 200
C. 20
D. -104
B. 200
Solve this inequality: 17-2b<10
A. b>3.5
B. b<3.5
C. b<2.3
D. b>5
A. b>3.5
Find y in (y+3)/4=(2y-3)/5
A. 12
B. 9
C. 15
D. -9
B. 9
Express 3/(2y-1)-4/(5y+2) as a fraction in its simplest form.
A. (7y+10)/((2y-1)(5y+2)
B. 7y+10/10y-2
C. -1/10y-2
D. 7y-10/(2y-1)(5y+2)
A. (7y+10)/((2y-1)(5y+2))
Find x in the following equation: 6x/5-2x/2+1/2
A. 5
B. 2/5
C. 5/2
D. 20/4
C. 5/2
Anna's age is given as 10y-24 and her cousin Jon is y years old. Calculate Anna's age if she is two times older than Jon.
A. 6
B. 8
C. 10
D. 24
A. 6
If Kendra is y years old and her twin cousins are 6 years younger than she is, what is their mean age?
A. y-4
B. y-2y-2
C. y-3y-3
D. y-4y-4
A. y-4
If x=8 and y=22, express x in terms of y.
A. x=144/(y-4)
B. x=144y-4
C. x=32(y-2)
D. y=72/x-4
A. x=144/(y-4)
Three teams- x, y, and z- scored 150 points in total, with team x scoring 40% of that total and team y scoring 4 times more points than team z. How many points did team y score?
A. 60
B. 18
C. 72
D. 90
C. 72
Stacy, Kelly, and Tommy shared some money amongst themselves in a ratio of 14:16:18. How much money did Tommy get if Stacy received $2,100?
A. $2,000
B. $2,400
C. $2,700
D. $5,100
C. $2,700
Calculate the number of seats in a hall if there are 2,000 more red seats than white seats and the white seats are 30% in total.
A. 4,000
B. 5,000
C. 6,000
D. 3,000
B. 5,000
Calculate the actual area of a plot is 4cm on a map represents 1 km and the area of that plot is given as 60cm^2.
A. 3.75cm^2
B. 0.26 km^2
C. 15 km^2
D. 3.75 km^2
D. 3.75km^2
How many sides does a polygon have if each interior angle is 156 degrees?
A. 8
B. 15
C. 6
D. 14
B. 15
Calculate the present ages of Ken and Stephen if Ken is five times as old as Stephen and the product of both their ages four years ago was 52.
A. Ken is 15 and Stephen is 2
B. Ken is 60 and Stephen is 30
C. Ken is 5 and Stephen is 30
D. Ken is 30 and Stephen is 6
D. Ken is 30 and Stephen is 6.
Find x in the following equation: 12/(4x-10)-8/(2x-6)=0
A. 1
B. 4
C. 8
D. -1
A. 1
When you subtract a certain number from 125, you get a value that is twice that initial number after dividing it by 12. What is the number?
A. 41
B. 5
C. 10
D. 25
B. 5
Arrange the following numbers from smallest to largest: 5, 4.26, 9/4, 13/3, 8/2
A. 13/3, 8/2, 4.26, 5, 9/4
B. 9/4, 8/2, 13/3, 4.26, 5
C. 9/4, 8/2, 4.26, 13/3, 5
D. 4.26, 9/4, 13/3, 8/2, 5
C. 9/4, 8/2, 4.26, 13/3, 5
Arrange the following numbers from smallest to largest: 0.09, 0.9, 0.099, 0.009, 0.091
A. 0.009, 0.09, 0.091, 0.099, 0.9
B. 0.009, 0.9, 0.09, 0.099, 0.091
C. 0.9, 0.09, 0.099, 0.091, 0.009
D. 0.09, 0.009, 0.9, 0.099, 0.091
A. 0.009, 0.09, 0.091, 0.099, 0.91
What is 9+(-41)-(-3)+11?
A. 64
B. 24
C. -24
D. -18
D. -18
What do you get from (3)(-4)(-3)(5)(-2)?
A. 17
B. 360
C. -360
D. -1
C. -360
Which of the following fractions is equal to 0.032?
A. 8/125
B. 4/250
C. 4/125
D. 32/100
C. 4/125
What percentage listed below is equal to 0.0067?
A. 67%
B. 6.7%
C. 0.067%
D. 0.67%
D. 0.67%
What is 85% written as a fraction in the simplest form?
A. 17/200
B. 8/5
C. 17/20
D. 5/8
C. 17/20
What is 0.33% written as a decimal?
A. 0.33
B. 33.0
C. 0.0033
D. 0.033
C. 0.0033
What value does 6 have when expressed as a percentage of 15?
A. 90%
B. 32%
C. 20%
D. 40%
D. 40%
Five friends travelled for four days and covered 1/4, 1/6, and 4/9 of their total distance on the first three days respectively. How much distance did they cover in those three days?
A. 31/36
B. 12/49
C. 6/9
D. 21/36
A. 31/36
Three men needed to dig one two-foot deep tunnel, and each was to dig one-third of that tunnel. If the first man dug a 1/9 distance, how much further did he have to dig?
A. 2/9
B. 8/9
C. 3/9
D. 2/3
A. 2/9
What is 7/8 divided by 1/16?
A. 13
B. 14
C. 7/128
D. 3
B. 14
In a weather station, the rainfall received in January, February, March, and April was 10.8, 5, 3.47, and 0.9 inches respectively. What was that stations total rainfall in those four months?
A. 20.17
B. 14.92
C. 40.17
D. 4.69
A. 20.17
If an athlete trained for a total of 6.25 hours and covered 114.75 miles of rough road, what was the average speed that the athlete was running at?
A. 21 miles/hr
B. 19.61 miles/hr
C. 18.36 miles/hr
D. 18.22 miles/ hr
C. 18.36 miles/hr
Solve the following expression: 2(5-8 x 10)+5
A. -15
B. -145
C. -55
D. -50
B. -145
Solve the following expression: 3+2(3+4)^2-6
A. 19
B. 38
C. 239
D. 95
D. 95
Which expression below is equivalent to 2(4y-2)(y-5)/4(y-5)?
A. 13y-7
B. 7y+38
C. 2y-1
D. 8y+34
C. 2y-1
Which expression below is equivalent to 4(4y-10)(y+5)/4(y-5)?
A. 4y-5
B. (4y-10)(y+5)(y-5)
C. 9y+1/4y-20
D. 5y+3/2(y-5)
B. (4y-10)(y+5)(y-5)
Alice bought a truck for $35,000 and after one year the trucks value was about $23,850. The year after, it was estimated to be worth $20,400. What was the approximate trucks value percentage decrease between the year of purchase and the two years after?
A. 14%
B. 86%
C. 24%
D. 42%
D. 42%
A broker has been directed to sell his clients shares if there is a stock value increase of over 10% but to buy more shares if there is a 10% decreased in value. If each share is currently going for $73.50, which expression would correctly represent an interval p, during which this broker should not sell or buy any shares?
A. 73.60<p<73.60
B. 69.83<p<77.18
C. 63.50<p<83.50
D. 66.15<p<80.85
D. 66.15 < p < 80.85
Joshua is a part time employee in three different companies. In company x, he works for 15 hours a week and gets $20 per hour; in company y, he works 2 hours everyday from Monday to Friday and is paid $18.25 per hour and in company z he receives $15 for every hour worked. How much does Joshua make in a week if he works for 37 hours per week in total?
A. $662.50
B. $632.50
C. $266.25
D. $497.50
A. $662.50
Kendra bought six two liter cases of wine for her birthday party and by the end of the party the guests had consumed 7,264cm^3 of the wine. How much wine was left over after the party, to the nearest liter?
A. 2 liters
B. 5 liters
C. 3 liters
D. 7 liters
B. 5 liters
Last year, Patrick was to receive $65,000 as his base salary, not inclusive of his end of year bonus. He eventually learned that his total compensation was $77,500, and this included his bonus and health benefits, which were 15% of his base salary. What percentage was Patricks bonus?
A. 23.6%
B. 4.2%
C. 3.5%
D. 3.9%
C. 3.5%
If a certain foreign currency was trading at 1.32075 on Monday and by Friday the same currency had dropped to 1.29620, what was the decrease in value during that week? Round your answer to the nearest thousandth.
A. 0.025
B. 0.024
C. 0.02455
D. 0
A. 0.025
Mike has been hired to paint Jackies living room area. If the wall surface of the room is 66m^2 and a one liter paint can only cover 9m^2 of the wall, how much paint will Mike need to paint the entire wall?
A. 73 liters
B. 73 kilometers
C. 594 mililiters
D. 73 deciliters
D. 73 deciliters
According to data from 20 different studies, when people drink more coffee, type 2 diabetes cases are reduced. Based on these results, what conclusion can we draw about the link between the reduced cases of diabetes and the increased intake of coffee?
A. There is a negative covariance noted between the intake of coffee and the risk of diabetes.
B. There is a positive covariance noted between the intake of coffee and the risk of diabetes
C. There is no correlation between coffee intake and the risk of diabetes
D. There is a random covariance noted between the intake of coffee and the risk of diabetes
A. There is a negative covariance noted between the intake of coffee and the risk of diabetes.
What is 30 divided by 0.049 rounded to one significant figure?
A. 610
B. 600
C. 612
D. 612.2
B. 600
If three numbers-m, n, and 27- collectively have an average of 30, what should the sum of m and n be?
A. 28
B. 67
C. 31
D. 63
D. 63
If three numbers a, b, and 27 have an average of 30, while a, b, 27, m, and n have a mean of 45, what should the mean of m and n be?
A. 70
B. 25
C. 69
D. 67.5
D. 67.5
Identify the median in this set of numbers: 9, 1, 8, 4, 7, 8, 2, 4, 9, 10, 4
A. 7
B. 6
C. 10
D. 8
A. 7
Identify the modal score in this series of numbers: 1, 0, 2, 0, 2, 0, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1
A. 1
B. 3
C. 2
D. 0
C. 2
An object was weighed by two different scientists on a scale and each of them got different measurements. Scientist x recorded his weights as 101, 103, 107, 105, and 109. Which statement below accurately describes the variation and the average of their results?
A. The variability and the average for both measurements was the same
B. Scientist y got an average and a range that was higher than that of scientist x
C. Scientist y got an average that was higher than that of scientist x but they both had a similar range
D. Both scientists got a similar average weight and scientist y got a higher variability and range than scientist x
D. Both scientists got a similar average weight and scientist y got a higher variability and range than scientist x.
An office is renting some office equipment to small businesses around the city. If there are 25 computers, 14 printers, 18 photocopiers, 12 staplers, and 19 desks in that office, and 25% of this inventory is being rented out, how many items can a small business use?
A. 44
B. 66
C. 20
D. 22
D. 22
If a doctor sees his patients from 1400 hours to 2100 hours, what hours of the day does the doctor work in standard time?
A. 2AM to 9AM
B. 2PM to 9PM
C. 1:40PM to 2:10 AM
D. 10PM to 3AM
B. 2PM to 9PM
If a farmer has 8 cows, 5 goats, 2 sheep, and 5 pigs, what is the percentage representation of his pigs?
A. 25%
B. 40%
C. 33.3%
D. 5%
A. 25%
Convert 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius\
A. 37 degrees Celsius
B. 119.88 degrees celsius
C. 86.77 degrees celsius
D. 72.55 degrees celsius
A. 27 C
How is the roman numeral MCMLXVII written in Arabic numbers?
A. 2,167
B. 1,967
C. 14,167
D. 2,267
B. 1,967
What do you get from the sum of 8.65 and 0.056?
A. 0.921
B. 9.21
C. 865.056
D. 8.706
D. 8.706
How many cm are in 1 mm?
A. 1000
B. 100
C. 1/10
D. 10
C. 1/10
You are required to dilute powdered paint in three quarts of clean water, but your container is in liters. How many liters will you need to dilute that powder?
A. 0.96 liters
B. 5.76 liters
C. 2.88 liters
D. 1.44 liters
C. 2.88 liters
A patient who is on a clear liquid diet consumes the following liquids in a day: 2 pints of warm water, one 8 oz bowl of soup, and one 8oz mug of coffee. The nurse in charge of the patient notes that the patients drainage bag indicates 1,000 ml of urine for the previous day. How much is the patients deficit in mililiters?
A. 40 ml
B. 400 ml
C. 560 ml
D. 440 ml
D. 440 ml
The consumption of a vehicle on average is 27 m/gal, where m stands for miles and gal for gallon. If the cost of gas is $4.04 for every gallon, which of the following answers is nearest to the probable cost of gas if the vehicle travels 2,727 miles?
A. $109
B. $408.04
C. $44.40
D. $109.08
B. $408.04
If you have x=3 and then y=5, find the precise value by which 3x^2-2y surpasses that of 2x^2-3y.
A. 20
B. 16
C. 4
D. 14
D. 14
Calculate x, given the equation 2x+3=3x-4
A. 7
B. 1/5
C. -7
D. 1
A. 7
Which of the following has the largest common factor for 42, 126, and 210?
A. 14
B. 42
C. 21
D. 6
B. 42
A companys sales in its third year totaled $38 million and they were double in its second year of operation. In the second year, the sales had exceeded the first years sales by $3 million. Find the value of the companys first years sales.
A. $20.5 million
B. $16 million
C. $22 million
D. $17.5 million
B. $16 million
A mine often fills up with water that must be drained in order for work to continue. The ideal pump to use depends on how deep the mine is. When the depth of the mine is x, the rate of pumping out the water is x^2/25+4x-250 gallons every minute. A mine whose depth is 150 ft should use a pump capable of extracting _ gallons/minute.
A. 1,750
B. 362
C. 1,250
D. 500
C 1,250
There is a box whose measurements are length that is less than double its width by 3 inches. Which of the following equations represents the length 1?
A. 1=w-3
B. 1=2w-3
C. 1=w+3
D. 1=2w+3
B. 1=2w-3
Find the number of irrational numbers within the range of 1 to 6.
A. 5
B. 3
C. 7
D. Infinite
D. Infinite
On average, a student in high school consumes 67.5 pounds of sugar annually. Now, members of a sports team went to reduce their sugar intake by 20% at the minimum, and each of them has been consuming sugar at the rate of an average high school student. What should be the maximum consumption by one team member for the next year?
A. 66 pounds
B. 14 pounds
C. 54 Pounds
D. 44 pounds
C. 54 pounds
The term "lead" as pertains to a screw is used to denote the distance the screw creates as a straight stretch when turned one full turn. If a screw has a length of 2.5 inches and a lead of 1/8 inch, find the number of turns the screw would have to make to fully penetrate a wooden surface.
A. 1.5 turns
B. 5 turns
C. 20 turns
D. 16 turns
C. 20 turns
xy=144; x+y=30; & x>y. Find x-y
A. 6
B. 20
C. 18
D. 24
C. 18
Which of the following is a factor of the polynomial 2x^2-3x-5?
A. x-1
B. 2x-5
C. 3x+5
D. 2x+5
B. 2x-5
There are ___ grams in 1 kilogram.
A. 2,000
B. 1,000
C. 16
D. 100
B. 1,000
How many centimeters are in 1 meter?
A. 10 cm
B. 100 cm
C. 1,000 cm
D. 10,000 cm
B. 100cm
Anita was given $100 by her mother to buy some clothes. She went to a clothes store and bought a black dress worth $64.57 and a red dress worth $26.82. How much was Anita left with after the purchase?
A. $9.61
B. $37.75
C. $91.39
D. $8.61
D. $8.61
What is the product of 78 and 0.91?
A. 64.68
B. 70.98
C. 73.24
D. 78.45
B. 70.98
Alex has been advised by his doctor to reduce the amount of diet soda that he consumes by 25%. If he currently consumes four cans of soda and each can contains 12 ounces of soda, how many ounces of soda will he be consuming once he reduces his consumption as per the doctors orders?
A. 24 ounces
B. 12 ounces
C. 40 ounces
D. 36 ounces
D. 36 ounces
What do you get when you subtract 0.130 from 11.013?
A. 11.143
B. 11
C. 10.883
D. 10.013
C. 10.883
There are ___ milliliters in one liter.
A. 30
B. 100
C. 3,000
D. 1,000
D. 1,000
A ranch owner sells 10 different breeds of animals on a daily basis. On average, his daily sales are 2 breeds of horses, where he sells 20 of every breed; 3 breeds of cattle, where he sells 15 of every breed; 1 breed of pigs, where he sells 7 per day; and 4 breeds of sheep, where he sells 6 of every breed. How many animals does the rancher sell in a day?
A. 116
B. 48
C. 29
D. 11.6
A. 116
If Kevins waist measures 88.9 centimeters, calculate his waist measurement in inches.
A. 225 inches
B. 35 inches
C. 22.5 inches
D. 40 inches
B. 35 inches
If a bartender makes one type of cocktail juice in 50 minutes, how many types of cocktail can the bartender make in 7.5 hours?
A. 12
B. 9
C. 10
D. 11
B. 9
Which answer choice correctly arranges the following variables from smallest to largest?
A=0.0002; B= -0.2; C= 0.2; D=-200; E= 1/2
A. CDEBA
B.ABCED
C. DBACE
D. CEDAB
C. DBACE
Calculate the percentage of black cars in a garage if there are 29 red cars and 32 black cars. Round to the nearest tenth.
A. 52.5%
B. 50.5%
C. 46.5%
D. 48.5%
A. 52.5%
Solve for y in the following equation: |14y-1/3|=2
A. -1/6, -5/42
B. 32 1/3, -23 1/3
C. 32 1/3, -32 1/3
D. 1/6, -5/42
D. 1/6, -5/42
A new toaster costs $800. Sandra has insurance on her toaster and in the event that the toaster is broken or stolen, the insurance will cover 73% of the value of a new toaster. How much would she need to pay for the new toaster?
A. $164
B. $200
C. $216
D. $237
C. $216
When you multiply two numbers, you get a value that is six times less than the value you would get from adding the two numbers together, and when you calculate the difference between these two numbers, you get 12. Which of these correctly expresses that information?
A. 2a^2-24a+72<0
B. a^2-24a+72<0
C. a^2+72<0
D. 2a^2+72<0
B. a^2-24a+72<0
If 1 inch is equivalent to 2.54 cm, how many inches are equal to 395 cm?
A. 155.51 inches
B. 395.21 inches
C. 143.62 inches
D. 310.43 inches
A. 155.51 inches
If one cup holds 0.289 liters of tea, approximately how many cups would be needed to fill a teapot that holds 3.4 liters?
A. 8 cups
B. 15 cups
C. 13 cups
D. 10 cups
D. 10 cups
If Alex ran at a speed of approximately 4 mph for a period of 1 hour 20 minutes, how much distance did he cover in miles?
A. 6.3 miles
B. 5.3 miles
C. 4.5 miles
D. 5.67 miles
B. 5.3 miles
Simplify the following expression: 9 11/21+ 3 5/7
A. 13 5/21
B. 5 7/21
C. 13 7/3
D. 13 7/21
A. 13 5/21
Which of these is equal to 0.38201?
A. 38,201%
B. 382.01%
C. 38.201%
D. 3.8201%
C. 38.201%
Susan is a tailor who has been asked to make table runners that are to be used to decorate tables at a wedding. There will be 12 short tables that measure 6 feet each and twice that number of long tables that measure 10 feet each. If each runner is supposed to overhang the table on every side by 8 inches, how many yards of fabric does Susan need for the table runners if no materials to be wasted?
A. 104 yards
B. 120 yards
C. 114 yards
D. 110 yards
B. 120 yards
If Richard is traveling at 60 miles/hr, calculate his speed in feet per second given that 5,280 feet is equal to 1 mile.
A. 88ft/sec
B. 4.4ft/sec
C. 44ft/sec
D. 8.8 ft/sec
A. 88ft/sec
In a seminar, there were 28 ladies and 21 gentlemen. Calculate the ratio of gentlemen to ladies and the ratio of ladies to the total number of people in that seminar.
A. 4:3 and 7:4
B. 3:2 and 4:7
C. 3:4 and 1:7
D. 3:4 and 4:7
D. 3:4 and 4:7
The ratio of nurses to doctors in a hospital is 5:4. If there are 72 nurses and doctors in total, how many doctors are there in the hospital?
A. 72
B. 32
C. 36
D. 40
B. 32
Miss Mary has a bag full of toy blocks labeled E,F,G, and H in her class and the ratio of these blocks, E:F:G:H, is 4:7:3:1. If there are 50 more blocks labeled E than there are those labeled G, how many blocks labeled F are there?
A. 350
B. 300
C. 450
D. 200
A. 350
The ratio of blueberries to strawberries is 5:8. If there are 30 blueberries, how many strawberries are there?
A. 13
B. 48
C. 30
D. 20
B. 48
Kelly mixed 45 liters of paint in the ratio of red paint to blue paint as 1:2. How much red paint will she need to add to archive a ratio of 2:1?
A. 30 liters
B. 15 liters
C. 45 liters
D. 3 liters
C. 45 liters
A recipe requires that for every 6 kilograms of wheat flour, 3 kilograms of sweet syrup should be added. How much sweet syrup should be used to yield 60 kilograms of this treat?
A. 15 kilograms
B. 30 kilograms
C. 9 kilograms
D. 20 kilograms
D. 20 kilograms
If there is 12% of glucose in 60ml of drinking water, what amount of water should be added to have an 8% glucose concentration?
A. 30ml
B. 90ml
C. 7.2ml
D. 12ml
A. 30ml
In a map, 1 centimeter is used to represent 12 kilometers of actual distance. If the distance between point A and point B is 96 kilometers, what is the representation of this distance on the map?
A. 12cm
B. 96cm
C. 10cm
D. 8cm
D. 8cm
If Sandra can type 360 words over a period of 4 minutes, how long does it take her to type a total of 900 words?
A. 10 minutes
B. 90 minutes
C. 9 minutes
D. 15 minutes
A. 10 minutes
Arrange these ratios in descending order: 3:4, 2:3, 1:5, 5:6
A. 1:5, 2:3, 3:4, 5:6
B 5:6, 3:4, 2:3, 1:5
C. 5:6, 1:5, 3:4, 2:3
D. 3:4, 1:5, 5:6, 2:3
B. 5:6, 3:4, 2:3, 1:5
Identify the value of two numbers that are in the ratio 3:4 and whose sum when added together is 63
A. 7 and 56
B. 3 and 4
C. 4 and 59
D. 27 and 36
D. 27 and 36
Charles divided some money among Terry, Bridget, and Simon in a ratio of 2:3:5. How much money did Charles give the three if Simon received $150?
A. $300
B. $259
C. $350
D. $500
A. $300
In a conference, the ratio of men to women is 4:3. How many men are in the conference and what is the total attendance if there are 18 women?
A. 18 men, total attendance is 36
B. 26 men, total attendance is 44
C. 24 men, total attendance is 42
D. 12 men, total attendance is 30
C. 24 men, total attendance is 42
Find the value of x, where x is the second number in the geometric series: 1/4+x+1/36+1/108+...
Keep in mind that the ratio from one term to the next in a geometric series remains constant.
A. 1/9
B. 1/18
C. 1/12
D. 1/3
C. 1/12
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