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Question | Answer |
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M.1.1.1 convert decimal to % A. 1.22 B. 0.384 | A. 122% B. 38.4% |

M.1.1.1 convert % to decimal C. 73.7% D. 138% | C. 0.737 D. 1.38 |

M.1.1.1 1. convert decimal to fraction E. 0.516 F. 1.07 | E. 516/1000 F. 107/100 |

M.1.1.1 1. convert fraction to decimal G. 19/10 H 13/50 | G. 1.9 H. 0.26 |

M.1.1.2 2. Which of the following % is equivalent to 8/5? A. 1.6% B. 160% C. 0.625% D.62.5% | B. 160% |

M.1.1.3 3. which of the following fractions is equivalent to 83.1% A. 831/1000 B. 83.1/ 10 C.831/10 D. 0.831 | A. 831/1000 |

M.1.10.2 Tom is savin $ from his pt job, he is able to save $18.50 aweek. His bro gave him $25 to start. W = # of weeks, which reps the # of weeks until has saved at least $235? A.8.50W+25=235 B.(25+18.50)W≥235 C.12.50W + 25 ≥ 235 D. 2.50W + 25 < 235 | C. 12.50W + 25 ≥ 235 |

M.1.10.3 3.Mary wants to take a taxi to a restaurant. She has $20& change 4 a tip. They charge $2.75,& $1.25 per mile. If M=miles, which expres reps the max dist Mary can afford? A.1.25M<20 B.2.75+1.25M>20 C.(2.75+1.25)M≤20 D.2.75+1.25≤20 | D. 2.75+1.25≤20 |

M2.2.1 1. find the mean, median, and mode of the following data: 0, 1, 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9 | mean=5 median= 6 mode=1,9 |

Which ones =237.45 written in expanded form in terms of the sums of powers of 10. A. 2 x 10^2 +3 x 10^1+7x10^0+4x10^-1+5x10^-2 B. 237 x 100 + 45 x 1/1000 C 2 X 10^2 + 3 x 10^1 + 7 x 10^0 -4 x10^1 -5 x10^2 D. 200 + 30 + 7 +.4 + .05 | A |

Which of these following percents is equivalent to 0.78? A. 78% B. 7.8% C 780% D 0.0078% | A |

which of the following is the product of multiplying 27 and 25 hundredths by 9 and 27 hundredths? A. 252.6075 B. 23,425,290,000 C 189.7845 D. 241.5075 | A |

place these in order from least to greatest? 3/4, 5/8, 2/3, 4/7, 2/5 A. 2/3, 2/5, 3/4, 4/7, 5/8 B. 2/5, 4/7, 5/8, 2/3, 3/4 C. 2/3, 3/4, 2/5, 4/7, 5/8 D. 3/4, 2/3, 5/8, 4/7, 2/5 | B |

Which is the least common denominator of the following fractions? 2/9, 1/2, 2/3 A. 54 B. 9 C. 18 D. 27 | C |

3x-{2x-(x-(5x+6)]=x-2 what is the value of x? A. -1 B. 2 C. 1 D. -2 | A |

solve the inequality. what is the value of x? 17-6x_>4x-10 A. x _> -27/10 B. x _> -27/100 C. x _> -7/10 D. x _> 27/10 | D |

The sum of 2 unequal numbers is 20,560. The smaller number is 3,745, what is the larger number? A. 24,305 B. 16,815 C. 10,280 D. 7,490 | B |

what year is this? MCMLXVII A. 2067 B. 1967 C. 1957 D. 2167 | B |

a school bake sale sells 4% of its cookies to first customer. There are 24 cookies left. How many cookies did the bake sale have to start? A. 25 B. 23.04 C. 0.96 D 600 | A |

a rancher increased her herd of cattle to 360 head from 288 head. What was the percent of increase? A. 20% B. 80% C 25% D 125% | C |

two trees are in abbys backyard. One tree is 20 ft tall and casts a shadow of 8 ft long. If the second trees shadow at the same time of day is 32 ft long, how tall is the second tree? A. 12.8ft B. 80ft C. 160 ft D. 640 ft | B |

if sound travels 6,160 in 5.5 seconds, how far does it travel in 16.5 seconds? A. 18,480 ft B. 0.015 ft C. 101,640 ft D. 33,880 ft | A |

$1 US = 6.56 chinese yuan. A 2-bedroom hotel is 25,000 yuan per night. What is the cost in US dollars? A $38.11 B. 1,640.00 C. $3,810.98 D. $381.10 | C |

sarah wants a 1.5 ft wide painting in the middle of a 12 ft wide wall. What should the distance be in feet from ether side of the wall to the painting? A. 10.5 ft B. 6.75 ft C. 5.25 ft D. 9 ft | C |

the perimeter of a soccer field is 328m. the length is 36 m greater than the width. What are the length and width of the soccer field? A. L=64 m W= 100 m B. L=164 m W=128m C. L=100m W=64m D. L=109m W=73m | C |

There is 8.75% sales tax on a shirt that cost $30. which of the following is the correct estimate of the final sale after tax is added? (round to the nearest dollar) A $32 B $33 C $38 D $39 | B |

what is the volume of a box with length= 8.8cm H=10.1cm, W=3.3cm. if each dimension is rounded to the nearest centimeter? A. 293 cm^3 B. 270 cm^3 C. 240 cm^3 D. 396 cm^3 | B |

there are 170 calories in a 12-oz can of orange soft drink. Which of the following is the amount of calories in a 20-oz bottle of the same soft drink. A, 142 calories B. 283 calories C. 102 calories D. 340 calories | B |

Length of bedroom is 12 ft and length of the living room is 16 ft. a floor plan is drawn using a scale of 1 inch = 2 ft. which of the following is the difference between the lengths of the rooms on the floor plan? A. 1 inch B. 2 inches C. 4 inches D. 8 inches | B |

a school had an enrollment of 12,301 students last year. The current year enrollment is 8,742 student. which of the following is the decline in enrollment since last year? A. 4,659 B. 4,559 C. 3,659 D. 3,559 | D |

a student has 32 sheets of paper remaining in his 200-page notebook. what percentage of the paper has he used? A. 16% B. 68& C. 64% D. 84% | D |

What is the median of the following series of numbers? 1, 5, 352, 76, 3, 2 A. 73.17 B. 214 C. 1.33 D. 4 | D |

jason scored 75, 99, 87, 89, and 91 on his class tests so far. What is the lowest score jason needs to get on his next test to have an average test score of at least 90 in his class? A. 99 B. 100 C. 89 D. 16.5 | A |

what is the conversion of 45.2C to Fahrenheit? formula F=(9/5)c+32 A. 77.2 B. 139.0 C. 49.4 D. 113.4 | D |

as the number of hours a student studies increases, the students test score increases. Which of the following describes the correlation between the number of hours studied and the test score? A. no correlation B. Positive correlation C. Negative correlation D. Positive and Negative correlation | B |

[ \ 9 [ \ c [__ \ 12 what is the length of c? A. 6 B. 13 C. 15 D. 21 | C |

87 + 591/1000= | 87,000/1000+591/1000=87591/1000 |

10.836 in a fractional form= | 10836/1000 |

.0053 in fraction form= | 53/10,000 |

125%= | 1.25 |

0.003% to a decimal= | .00003 |

if a circular pizza is divided into 11 equals slices and you take five slices, what fractional part of the pizza is left? A. 5/11 B. 5/6 C. 6/11 D. 1/2 | C |

Name the denominator of 33/21 A. 33 B. 2 C. 3 D. 21 | D |

Name the hundredths digit in 9643.0175 A. 6 B. 0 C. 1 D. 9 | C |

Convert 21.72 to a fractional form A. 21.72/100 B. 21 72/100 21/72 2172/100 | D |

convert 25% to a decimal A. .25 B. 2500 C. 0.0025 D. 25 | A |

what is the prime factorization of 144 | 2x2x2x2x3x3= 144 the answer is 3 2/144=72 2/72=36 2/36=18 2/18=9 3/9=3 |

make 5(2/3) into a fraction | 17/3 5(2/3)= 5x3=15 15+2=17 (keep the denominator) |

find the sum of 143.403, 4.12356, 4193.48, 95.631, 4.1284, and 786.47 A. 54972.3596 B. 5497.23606 C. 5497.23596 D. 5497.33596 | C |

From 246.7235, take 27.8726 A. -218.8509 B. 218.8519 C. 208.7510 D. 218.8509 | D |

Find the product of 0.275 times 0.17 A. 4.675 B. 0.04675 C. 0.03675 D. 0.04795 | B |

divide 452.92 by 0.052 A. 87.1 B. 8710 C. 8525 D. 0.0001148 | B |

compute 7+7/7+7x7-7 A. 56 B. 44 C. 49 D. 50 | D |

order from least to greatest" 11/5, 5/9, 4/7, 8/3. A. 8/3, 11/5, 5/9, 4/7 B. 4/7, 5/9, 8/3, 11/5 C. 8/3, 11/5, 4/7, 5/9 D. 5/9, 4/7, 11/5, 8/3 | D |

order from greatest to least: -10.01, -10.1, -10.009, -10 A. -10.1, -10.01, -10.009, -10 B. -10.009, -10.1, -10.01, -10 C. -10, -10.009, -10.01, -10.1 D. -10.01, -10.009, -10.1, -10 | C |

Which of the following numbers is irrational? -5/4, 11.00023, 5.34343434..., 0.202002000200002 A. 5.34343434 B. -5/4 B. 11.00023 D. 0.202002000200002 | D |

x-17=3 A. x=-20 B. x=-14 C. x=20 D. x=2 | C |

solve 3x=13 A. x=10 B. x=13/3 C. x=16 D. x=-26 | B |

2.5x-3.5+5.1x=3.0+1.7x A. x=6.5 B. x=-26 C. x=1.1017 D. x=-1.1017 | C |

l 2x+3 l=4 A. x=-1/2 B. x=-202 C. x=7/2 D. x=-1/2, 7/2 | D |

from a tank containing 935 gallons of water, 648 gallons were drawn off, after which 247 gallons ran in. how many gallons were then in the tank? | 534 |

Harold is a 9 year old, and Arthur is 4 years younger. In how many years will Arthur be 25 years old? A. 12 B. 20 C. 16 D. 25 | B |

A child is 4 years old; the mother is 7 times as old as the baby; and the grandmother is twice as old as the mother. What is the sum of their ages? A. 25 B. 37 C. 88 D. 54 | C |

Multiply the sum of 83 and 74 by their difference, and divide the product by 15 A. 94.2 B. 10.47 C. 0.6 D. 409.47 | A |

convert 1,775 to roman numerals. A.MDCCLXXV B. MCCCMLXXV C. MDCCXXXCV D. DDDXMVV | A |

convert DCCCLX into arabic numerals A. 1,360 B. 760 C. 860 D. 122 | C |

Mr. Jordan bought a camera for $175 and sold it for 90% of the cost. For how much did he sell the camera? A. $15,750 B. $157.50 C. $1,575 D. $110 | B |

25 gallons are 5% of how many gallons? A. 1.25 B. 5 C. 0.5 D 500 | D |

What number is that which if increased by 20% of itself equals 48? A. 240 B. 2.4 C. 960 D. 40 | D |

I bought a computer for $1,750 and sold it for $500. What is my loss in percent? A. 1.29% B. 28.57% C 350% D. 71.43% | D |

Sam bought a used book for $2, and sold it for $1.50. What was his loss in percent? A. 133% B 25% C. 75% D 175% | B |

estimate the following sum with front-end estimation (which is a more complicated way to add) 56+49+17+21+36 A. 179 B 150 C 190 D. 25 | B (front end 50, 40, 10, 20, and 30 then add them) |

Estimate the following sum with front-end estimation: 6,835+ 7867+ 392 + 8437+ 24 + 6174+ 5762+ 8600+ 439+ 3764+ 158+ 99. Use an adjustment with the hundreds place front ends. A. 47,900 B. 49,120 C. 43,000 D. 48,551 | A |

estimate the total of the following numbers by clustering: 735; 872; 659; 738; 684. A. 3,688 B. 3,700 C. 3,500 D. 3,400 | C |

round 47.38 to the nearest tenths. A. 50 B. 47.4 C. 47 D. 47.3 | B |

Estimate the sum of the following numbers by rounding to the nearest hundreds: 3,785; 4,651; 3,278; 5,964 A. 18,000 B. 17,400 C. 17,678 D. 17,800 | D |

martin spends 17 hr in a 2-week period practicing piano. At this rate, how many hours will he practice in 5 weeks? A. 42.5 B. 0.59 C. 85 D. 34 | A (17hr/2weeks=x hr/ 5weeks) |

the success rate for a salesperson is one out of eight calls. at this rate, how many sales would a salesperson expect to get out of 32 calls? A. 256 B. 8 C. 4 D. 0.25 | C (1 sale/ 8 calls = x sales/ 32 calls) |

a company found an average of 5 defective tvs for every 1000 checked. if the company produced 85,000 tvs in 1 year. how many should be defective? A. 17,000 B 425 C 5,000 D. 0.005 | B (5 defective/ 1000 checked = x defective/ 85000 checked |

50 gallons of syrup cost $75. What is the constant of proportionality in dollars per gallon? A. 0.667 dollars/ gal B. $3750/gal C. $75/50 gal D. $1.50/gal | D. ($75/50= $1.50/gal) |

if 55 acres of land yield 1,430 bushels of wheat, what is the constant of proportionality in bushels/acre? A. 0.385 bushels/ acre B. 78,650 bushels/ acre C 26 bushels/ acre D. 1,430 bushels/ 55 acres | C (1,430 bushels/55 acres = 26) |

1 oz is about 30 cc. convert 16 oz to cc? A. 1.875 B. 46 C. 480 D. 0.533 | C (16x30=480) |

a 150-acre field yielded 3,600 bushels of wheat. what is the unit rate of bushels per acre? A. 24 B. 540,000 C. 360 D. 0.042 | A (3,600 bushels/ 150 acres) |

5,280 ft equals 1 mile. Use dimensional analysis to convert 70 mph to feet per second. A. 102.67 B. 47.73 C. 1,330,560,000 D. 0.021 | A (70 miles/ hr)(5,280 ft/ mile) (1 hr/ 3,600 second) |

in 2.5 days, a paper mill produced 43.75 tons of paper. How many pounds of paper did it make per hour? A. 9,114.6 B. 1,458.33 C. 840,000 D. 0.0007 | B (43.75 T/ 2.5 days) (2,000 lb/ T) (1 day/ 24 hr) |

3x-5 this is an | expressions |

y this is an | expression |

3(2x+7) is an | expressions |

3x-5=70 is an | equation |

x-5>70 is an | inequalitiy |

well, If I gave you $12 more than 3 times your current allowance you'd still have less than $19. D=dollars make this an inequality. | 12+3D < 19 |

Sue collects postcards and has 7 cards. Every week she buys 3 more cards. How many weeks will it take her to have more than 30 cards? A. 11 B. 7 C. 8 D. 30 | C (3w+7>30) |

Tom is saving money to go to a concert. From his part-time job, he is able to save $18.50 per week. His older brother gave him $25 to start. How many weeks will Tom have saved at least $235? A. 11 B. 13 C. 7 D. 12 | D (18.5w+ 25 >__ 235 |

The perimeter of a soccer field is 320 yards, and its length is 40 yards more than its width. What are its dimensions? A. l=320 yards, W=40 yards B. l=60 yards, W=100 yards C. l= 100 yards, W= 60 yards D. l= 180 yards, W= 140 yards | C (2l + 2w = 320; L= w+40; 2(w+40) + 2w= 320 |

Three less than three times a number is three more than five times that same number. What is the number? A. -3 B. no solution C. 3 D 33 | A (3x-3=5x+3) |

find the mean: 5, 18, 12, 3, 7, 19 A. 10.5 B. 9.5 C, 10.83 D. 10.67 | D |

Find the median: 14, 3, 7, 10, 53, 72 A. 8.5 B. 12 C. 26.5 D. There is no middle number | B |

Find the mode: 10, 17, 5, 2, 3, 7, 2 A. 6.57 B. There is no mode C. 5 D. 2 | D |

What is the range of the data: 10, 17, 5, 2, 3, 7, 2 A. 15 B. 14 C. 6.57 D. 5 | A |

a manufacturing plant turns out 7,500 concrete building block in 6 days. How large an order for concrete blocks can it fill in 20 days? A. 0.016 B. 900,000 C. 25,000 D. 150,000 | C |

the number N of computers owned varies directly as the number of people owning them. If 125 people own 157 computers, how many computers are owned in a city with population of 112,340 people? A. 17,637,380 B. 716 C. 141,131 D. 141,099 | D |

if 10 people can build a boat in 12 days, how many days would it take 15 people to do the same work? A. 18 B. 180 C. 17 D. 8 | D |

It takes 25 people 90 days to do a job. How many people can do that job in 15 days? A. 150 B. 4 C. 375 D. 6 | A (P=k/t 25=k/90 P=2250/t = 2250/15) |

convert 84 square yards to square inches (1 yard=36 inches) A. 3024 in^2 B. 108,864 in^2 C. 9.2 in^2 D. 7056 in^2 | B |

find the surface area of a closed box that is 10cm long, 6 cm wide, and 7 cm high. A. 172 cm^2 B. 420 cm^2 C. 23 cm^2 D. 344 cm^2 | D (2(10(7)+2(6)(10)+2(6)(7)) |

5 ------l 10 / l 6 l 8 / l l ----------- l-----l 7 Find the perimeter (not drawn to scale) A. 38 B. 35 C. 30 D. 36 | B |

convert 4.75 inches to cm A. 1.87 cm B. 12.065 cm C. 0.535 cm D. 9.5 cm | B |

convert 5.3 fl oz to ml A. 5.58 ml B. 159 ml C. 156.74 ml D. 0.179 ml | C |

convert 25 oz (advp) to grams. A. 53.35 g B. 1.134 g C. 708.75 g D. 750 g | C |

convert 101 F to C A. 213.8 C B. 124.2 C C. 73.9 C D. 38.33 C | D |

convert 15mm to cm A. 150 cm B. 0.15 cm C. 1.5 cm D 15 cm | C |

1. Estimate the volume of a rectangular box that has a height of 22.1 cm, a length of 98 cm, and a width of 54 cm. The volume of a rectangular box can be calculated by multiplying length x width x height. A. 180,000 cm3 B. 90,000 cm3 C. 117,000 cm3 D. 100,000 cm3 | D. 100,000 cm3 (round to 22.1 is rounded to 20, 98 to 100, and 54 to 50, 50*20*100=100,000) |

2. The attendance at a nursing convention was 400 members, 75% of whom voted for an increase in membership dues. Which of the following is the number of members who voted for the increase? a. 75 b. 100 c. 300 d. 325 | C |

4. 5.4% of 35 a. .189 b. 1.89 c. 18.9 d. 189 | B |

6. The distance from Chicago, IL to St. Louis, MO is 300 miles. Which of the following is the distance in meters (m) between these two cities? (Note 1mile=1.6km) a. 187.5 b. 480 c. 187,500 d. 480,000 | D (300/x=1 mile/1.6km x=480) |

9. The ratio of students who take the bus to school to the total population of a high school is 2:5. Which of the following is the percent of students who take the bus? A. 10% B. 20% C. 40% D. 60% | C |

10. 8 5/8 – 7 11/16 a. ¾ b. 15/16 c. 1 1/16 d. 1 ¾ | B |

11. 10C = ___ F (f=cX1.8)+32) a. -12.2 b. -1.2 c. 33.8 d. 50 | D |

12. In a neighborhood, 5% of the ouses have red mailboxes. A student counts 60 red mailboxes in the neighborhood. Which of the following is the total number of houses in the neighborhood? a. 120 b. 300 c. 1,200 d. 3,000 | C |

Which of the following is the value below rounded to the nearest thousandths? 34,582.29176 a. 35,000.00000 b. 34,582.29200 c. 34,582.29100 d. 34,582.29000 | B |

A shopper at a local grocery store weighs a bag of apples. The weight is 2.4 pounds (lb). Which of the following is the weight of the apples in ounces (oz)? (1lb=16oz) a. 14.4 oz b. 19.2 oz c. 28.8 oz d. 38.4 oz | D |

The sum of two numbers is 20. Which of the following equations states that the product of one number and the square of the other number is 50. a. X^2(x+20)=50 b. X(20+x)^2=50 c. X(x-20)^2=50 d. X^2(20-x)=50 | D |

A $75 sweater is discounted by $15. Which of the following is the percent of the discount? a. 15% b. 20% c. 80% d. 85% | B |

8-12z=92 a. -8 1/3 b. 7 c. -7 d. 8 1/3 | C |

A box has a length of 2 ½ feet, a width of 3 1/3 feet, and a height of 4 ¼ feet. The formula for volume is length x width x height. Which of the following is the volume of he box in cubic feet? a. 10 1/12 ft^3 b. 24 1/24 ft^3 c. 24 3/9 ft^3 d. 35 5/12 ft^3 | D |

Let x represent the length of one side of a rectangle with a perimeter of 200. Which of the following expressions describes the area of a rectangle? a. X (100-x) b. 2x(100-x) c. X(200-x) d. 2x(200-x) | A |

There are 100 students in the freshman class of a high school. Three-tenths of the class is going on a field trip today. Which of the following is the number of freshmen who will be staying at school? a. 3 b. 30 c. 70 d. 97 | C |

The sales tax for a purchase equals $7.00. The sales tax rates is 6.25%. which of the following is the price of the purchase before tax? a. $11.20 b. $43.75 c. $112.00 d. $119.00 | C |

An employee at a restaurant makes $14.50 per hour. If the employee works 150 hours during a pay period. Which of the following represents the employee’s gross earnings for the pay period? a. 1,645.00 b. 2,175.00 c. 2,250.00 d. 2,100.50 | B |

3 2/4 x 1 ½ simplify the expression a. 2 1/3 b. 3 ¼ c. 3 ½ d. 5 ¼ | D |

A= -2.7, B=-1.2, C=0.8, D= 1.7, E= 2.3 Which statement is true? a. A>B b. The values listed in increasing order are E, D, C, B, A c. A > E d. The values listed in decreasing order are E, D, C, B, A | D |

The doctor sees each pt for 20 minutes during a typical appointment. How many pt can the doctor see in a typical 7.5 hr day? a. 15 b. 23 c. 22 d. 150 | C |

81 ft^2= ___ yd 1yd = 3 ft a. 9 b. 27 c. 243 d. 729 | A |

16 out of 64 students in a physics class received a grade of A for the class. Which of the following is the percent of students who received an A a. 20% b. 40% c. 33% d. 25% | D |

The average speed a NASA space shuttle travels is 17,500 miles per hour. The distance the space shuttle traveled is 238,855 miles. What is the travel time of the space shuttle? a. 43.2 hr b. 27.2 hr c. 6.8 hr d. 13.6 hr | D |

. 2 5/9 + 1 2/18 simplify the expression a. 3 7/27 b. 3 7/18 c. 3 2/3 d. 3 7/9 | C |

A pt in a hospital is prescribed 0.52 ml of medication. The pt has received 0.371 ml. Which of the following is the amount of medication remaining to be administered? a. 0.149 ml b. 0.249 ml c. 0.251 ml d. 0.319 ml | A |

Which of the following is the decimal equivalent of 3/5? a. .06 b. .6 c. 6 d. 60 | B |

When rounding to the nearest whole number, Which of the following estimates the answer to (22.1+9.875)/5.3? a. (22+9)/5 b. (20+10)/5 c. (22+10)/5 d. (23+8)/6 | C |

7 students in a class of 20 made a perfect score on quiz. Which of the following is the percent of students who made a perfect score? a. 2.9% b. 35% c. 53.8% d. 65% | B |

35% to a fraction and decimal | 35/100, 0.35 |

28.4% to a fraction and decimal | 28.4/100, 0.284 |

55% to a fraction and decimal | 55/100. 0.55 |

100% to a fraction and decimal | 100/100, 1 |

0.09% to a fraction and decimal | 0.09/100, 0.0009 |

20.1 convert 3.25 to a % | 325% |

20.1 convert 0.215 to a % | 21.5% |

20.1C 62.9% to a decimal | 0.629 |

20.1D 145% to a decimal | 1.45 |

20.1E 0.265 to a fraction | 265/1000 |

20.1F 1.39 to a fraction | 139/100 |

20.1G 26/10 to a decimal | 2.6 |

20.1H 16/25 to a decimal | 0.64 |

20.2 which of the following percentages is equivalent to 17/10? A. 0.17% B. 1.7% C. 17% D.170% | D |

20.3 which of the following fractions is equivalent to 56.4%? A. 564/1000 B. 564/100 C. 564/10 D. 564 | A |

20.4 which of the following decimals is equivalent to 3.75% A. 3.75 B. 0.375 C. 0.0375 D. 0.00375 | C |

20.5 Which of the following decimals is equivalent to 16/50? A. 0.32 B. 0.68 C. 1.47 D. 3.125 | A |

21.2 Which of the following is correct 3+2x6-4? A. 32 B. 10 C. 11 D. 26 | C |

21.3 which of the following is create (15+2x5)/ (11-24+4) A. 21 B. 5 C 9.9 D 5.9 | B |

22.1 write in increasing order -8. 8 3/4, 8.43 | -8, 8.43, 8 3/4 |

22.2 which of the following is a correct comparision of 9.14 and 9 1/6? A. 9.14 > 9 1/6 B 9.14< 9 1/6 C. 9.14= 9 1/6 D 9.14 _> 9 1/6 | B |

22.3 which of the following lists the numbers in decreasing order -4, 0, 4 1/5, -0.04? A. -4, 0.4, 4 1/5, -0.04 B. -0.04, -4, 0.4, 4 1/5 C. 4 1/5, 0.4, -4, -0.04 D 4 1/5, 0.4, -0.04, -4 | D |

millimeter is about the thickness of a ___ | cell phone |

Centimeter is about the width of a __ | wedding ring |

26.3 Which metric unit best represnts the length of a paper clip? A. meter B. millimeter C. liter D. milliliter | B |

26.4 Which household object is best approximated by kilograms? A. a pet rabit B. spilled water C. a piece of paper D. a tablet of ibuprofen | A |

27.1 Micah spends 27 hours in a 3-week period practicing piano. At this rate, how many house will he practice in 7 weeks? | x=63 hours |

27.2 The success rate for a salesperson is 2 out of 11 calls. at this rate how many sales would the salesperson expect to get out of 55 calls? A. 5 B. 6 C. 10 D. 16 | C |

27.4 On a map, 1cm=75 miles. if the distance between the 2 cities measure 8.6 cm, what is the actual distance between the 2 cities? A. 8.7 miles B. 66.4 miles C. 82.6 miles D. 645 miles | D |

27.5 Which of the following equations is directly proportional? A. y= x-5 B. y=3x-5 C. y=3x D. y=5 | C |

29.1 Sue decides to collect postcards. She starts her collection with nine cards. every week, she buys two more cards to add to her collection. Write an inequality that would allow her to find how many weeks until she has more than 35 cards. | 2w+9>35 |

29.2 James is saving money to go to a concert. from his part time job, he is able to save 20$ a week. his older brother gave him 15$ to start. if w= number of weeks, which of the following expressions represents the number of weeks until james has saved at least $255? A. 20w+15=255 B. (15+20)W_>255 C. 20w+15_>255 D. 20W+15<255 | C |

29.5 Three more than five times a number x is greater than three times the same number, decreased by nine A. 5x+3_>3x-9 B.5x+3>3x-9 C. (5+3)x>(5-9)x D.5x+3>9x-3 | B |

Q1 425& as a decimal? A. 0.0425 B. 0.425 C 4.25 D. 425 | C |

Q3 A computer is worth $1,500 at the time of purchase. After 5 years, the computer is outdated and has no monetary value. Assuming the computer's value decreases at a constant rate which expression is correct, if t is years? A. -300t+1500 B. -5t+1500 C. -300t + 5 D. -5t+5 | A |

Q4 (x^2+4x+4)-(x^2-6x+9) simplify the expression. A. 10x+13 B 10x-5 C. -2x+13 D -2x-5 | B |

Q5 which of the following lists the given values from greatest to least? /3, 1, 4, -0.8, -3/5 A. /3, 1, 4, -0.8, -3/5 B. 4, 1, -0.8, -3/5, /3 C. 4, /3, 1, -3/5, -0.8 D. 4, /3, 1, -0.8, -3/5 | C |

Q6 Which of the following expressions appropriately compares 4.67 and 4 1/3? A. 4.67 < 4 1/3 B. 4 1/3 _> 4.67 C. 4.67 = 4 1/3 D. 4 1/3 < 4.67 | D |

Q7 which of the following lists the values in order from least to greatest? A. -3, -3/10, 3.3, 3 B. -3/10, -3, 3, 3.3 C. -3, -3/10, 3, 3.3 D. -3/10, 3, -3, 3.3 | C |

Q8 Estimate the volume of a rectangular box that has a height of 22.1 cm, a length of 98 cm, and a width of 54 cm. The volume of a rectangular box can be calculated by multiplying length x width x height. A. 180,000 cm^3 B. 90,000 cm^3 C. 117,000 cm^3 D. 100,000 cm^3 | D |

Q9 The data from a study shoes that 30 out of every 100 adults surveyed have alcohol use disorder. At this rate, in town with 2000 adults, how many would be expected to have alcohol use disorder? A. 30 B. 300 C. 600 D. 60 | C |

Q10 If five gallons of paint will cover 2,000 square feet, how many gallons of paint are needed to paint 30,000 square feet? A. 15 B. 6,000 C. 400 D. 75 | D |

Q11 A typist can type an average of 1,000 words in 15 min. At this rate, how many words can the typist type in 1 hr? A. 250 B. 15,000 C. 4,000 D. 60,000 | C |

Q12 The length of an envelope is 21cm rounded to the nearest whole cm. Which of the following is the smallest possible real length of the envelope? A. 20.5 cm B. 20.49 cm C. 21.44 cm D. 20.6 cm | A |

Q13 In a neighborhood, 5% of the house have red mailboxes. A student counts 60 red mailboxes in the neighborhood. Which of the following is the total number of houses in the neighborhood? A. 120 B. 300 C. 1200 D. 3000 | C |

Q14. 9- 7 3/8 Find the difference? A. 1 3/8 B. 1 5/8 C. 2 3/8 D. 2 5/8 | B |

Q15. Which of the following is 5.4% of 35 A. 0.189 B. 1.89 C. 18.9 D. 189 | B |

Q16. L = 2/3k This equation is used to determine the length of crutches in inches (L) required for a person of a given height in inches (k). Which of the following statements is true? A. each 1/3 inch of height adds 1 inch to the crutch length B. each 1 inch of height add 1/3 inch to the crutch length C. each 2 inches of height adds 3 inches to the crutch lenght D. each 3 inches of height adds 2 inches to the crutch length | D |

Q17 Which of the following fractions represents the sum of 0.3, 0.6 0.04, and 0.02?. A. 3/20 B. 24/25 C. 25/24 D. 3/2 | B |

Q18. 5/8 + 1 7/9 + 3 simplify? A. 4 29/72 B. 4 12/17 C. 5 7/18 D. 5 29/72 | D |

Q19. 8 5/8 - 7 11/16 A. 3/4 B. 15/16 C. 11/16 D. 13/4 | B |

Q20. The attendance at a nursing convention was 400 members, 75% of whom voted for an increase in membership dues. Which of the following is the number of members who voted for the increase? A. 75 B. 100 C. 300 D. 325 | C |

Q21. The ratio of students who take the bus to school to the total population of a high school is 2:5. Which of the following is thepercent of students who take the bus? A. 10% B. 20% C. 40% D 60% | C |

Q22. |2x+1| = 17 solve for x A. {8,9} B. {-8,9} C. (-9,-8} D. (-9,8} | D |

Q23. 5(x-2)^2 = 125 solve for x A. {-3,-7} B. {-3, 7} C. {3, -7} D. {3,7} | B |

Q24. Nancy ran a distance of 5 km in 30 minutes. What is he speed in meters (m) per hour (h)? A. 10,000 m/h B. 6000 m/h C. 300,000 m/h D 150 m/h | A |

Q26. The distance from Chicago, IL to st Louis MO is 300 miles. Which of the following is the distance in meters (m) between these two cities? ( note 1 miles = 1.6 km) A. 187.5m B. 480m C. 1874500 m D. 480,000m | D |

Q30. In a certain city, one block equals 0.25 miles. The city's high school is 4 blocks east of a grocery store. The city's library is 6 blocks east of the grocery store. A student walks to the library after school and then walks to the grocery store a few hours later. Which of the following is the number of miles this student has walked? A. 1.5 miles B. 2 miles C. 2.5 miles D. 4 miles | B |

Q32. 10C= ___F which completes the equation (note F= [Cx1.8]=32) A. -12.2 B. -1.2 C. 33.8 D. 50.0 | D |